Sanskrit name Munish (Sanskrit मुनिश) is an ancient word which refers to a chief of Munis (Saints) or chief of ascetics.
Mention of Munish is found in Ramayan where Munish is another name of the famous Saint Valmiki (वाल्मीकि). Munish also founds reference in the writings of lexicographers like Hemchandra and Amar Singh as a name of Gautam Buddha (गौतम बुद्ध).
Munish generally refers to a person who is a leader or chief of Munis or Saints.
Munish is a very popular name in India. Munish is used by thousands of people in India as the name of their children. Munish is not a popular name in the USA.
Munish is a short, sweet and stylish name. Munish has also a nice meaning attached to it and it is easy to pronounce to non Indians. Munish has a great mythological significance attached to it.
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