Praja is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which refers to people of a country. (Sanskrit प्रजा)
Praja founds to be referred in various Epics like Riga Veda and Arthav Veda with different meanings.
Reference of Praja is found in Arthav Veda where it is used with the meanings as propagation, birth or procreation. In Riga Veda, it refers to offspring, family, race, children or descendants.
Praja founds to be mentioned in Vajsaneyiya- Sanhita (वाजसनेयि-संहिता) where it denotes seed or semen.
Other meanings of Praja are people, subjects, animal, man or mankind.
Praja is not a popular name in USA or in India. Praja is not much used by the people as the name of their children in either of the countries as it is given in the chart.
Praja is a simple, short and easy to pronounce name. But it is more like a collective noun instead named by someone.
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