Omswarup (ओमस्वरूप) is a masculine first name in India that literally means manifestation of divinity in Sanskrit.
In the Sanskrit language, Oma means "protector" and Swarupa means "nature, quality, appearance, kind". Thereby, Omswarup can be loosely translated as "protector kind or nature".
The name Omswarup is not adopted by any person in the USA as the name of their kids. Omswarup is not used by many people in India. Also, this name is used by almost 2 people as the name of their children, as per social media records.
In our opinion, Omswarup is rare name. Omswarup also has a great meaning attached to it. Omswarup is apparently very difficult to pronounce - particularly for non Indians.
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