Nirmal (निर्मल) is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which means clean or pure. Nirmal refers to Spotless, bright, shining or sinless.
Nirmal is mentioned in various Epics of Hindu mythology where it depicts different meanings depending on the context. It is combination of nih means 'without' and mala means 'stain' (without stain means pure)
Nirmal is referenced in Arthav Veda where it name of a skand. It is also mentioned in Epics like Mahabharata, Upnishad (उपनिषद्) and Kavya where Nirmal refers to pure, shining, resplendent, bright, unsullied, clean or spotless.
Also Nirmal founds in Manu-Smiriti where it means sinless or virtuous.
In the book Ganesha, Nirmal is also used to describe Lord Ganesha as he is very kind without malicious and welfare all the time.
Nirmal is a somewhat popular in the USA. Nirmal is in trend since 1989 and by then 5 - 6 people per year have used this name as the name of their children. In India Nirmal is a very popular name. Nirmal is used by more than 4000 people as the name of their children.
In our opinion Nirmal is a beautiful and sweet name. However, it has a strong mythological reference.
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