Sanskrit Name Pushpak (Sanskrit: पुष्पक) literally means flying vehicle.
Reference of Pushpak is found in Ramayana and Mahabharata. Pushpak is the name of the self-moving flying vehicle of Kubera (कुबेर). It was carried off by the demon Ravana (रावण). He was slain by Rama-Chandra (राम-चन्द्र) and then Ram used Pushpak (the flying vehicle) to returned himself and Shita (सीता) back to Ayodhya (अयोध्या).
In (Sushruta) सुश्रुत, Pushpak was a kind of serpent. And in Purana (मार्कण्डेय-पुराण) and Harivansha (हरिवंश), Pushpak was a name of a mountain and name of a forest respectively.
Lexicographers like Amar Singh, Halayudh and Hemchandta have used Pushpak word in their works to refer to a bracelet as one of jewels or a cup or vessel of iron.
Pushpak name is popular in the India according to the given graph. Pushpak name is adopted by a large number of people for their babies. Although Pushpak is not a famous name in USA.
In our opinion Pushpak is a classical name. It is a sweet name with mythological significance.
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