Prakhya is a Sanskrit name which literally means visibility or appearance.
Prakhya is an ancient word which has origin in Sanskrit Language. Prakhya refers to visibility of something depending on the amount of light reflecting on them. Prakhya also means appearance of an object or a person. Reference of Prakhya is found in many places. Prakhya has different meaning depending on the context. In Bhagvat Puran (भागवत-पुराण) Prakhya is used for extol, proclaim, to announce or to be seen on known. In Manu Smriti (मनु-स्मृति) and Mahabharata it is used as acknowledged or celebrated. In Rajtarangini this word denotes the act of publishing or to make generally known. In Ramayana Prakhya is used for something that resembles to something else. Prakhya is mention in Ramayan as brightness or splendor also.
The name Prakhya is not a very famous name. Prakhya is not used by any people in the USA. In India also only few people have used Prakhya as the name of their babies.
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