Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Rajju (रज्जु) literally refers to a rope, chord or string.
Mention of Rajju is found in Riga Veda and Mahabharata and Manu-Smiriti (मनु-स्मृति) where Rajju denotes a string, cord, line, rope or to have recourse to the rope. Rajju is found to be referred in the Epic Sushrut (सुश्रुत) in which Rajju shows sinews or tendons proceeding from the vertebral column.
Lexicographers like Halayudh and Hemchandra have used Rajju in their writings where this word means a lock of braided hairs. This name also finds mention in Varah-Mihir-Brihat-Sanhita (वराह-मिहिर-बृहत्-संहिता) as the name of a particular constellation.
Rajju is a bit popular name in India as it is used by very few people in India as the name of their children. Rajju is not a popular name in the USA.
Rajju is rare, sweet and short name.
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