Prakash is a common Indian/Sri Lankan name derived from Sanskrit, literally meaning "bright light" or "Sunlight" or "Moonlight" or "light of the world" or "revelation" .
Prakash also means "famous".
In the northern states, it probably evolved into a family name from use as the final element of a compound name such as Ramprakash. In South India it is used only as a male given name, but has come to be used as a family name in the U.S. among people from South India.
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