Ancient Sanskrit name Ramagiri (Sanskrit रामगिरि) literally means a mountain named after Lord Ram.
Ramagiri is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin, which is made up of two words Rama and Giri, which means Lord Rama and a mountain.
Ramagiri is a mountain found in the Nagpur city of India, which is named after Lord Ram. Ramagiri is also a series of mountain found in Bundelkhand. Mention of Ramagiri is found in some Epics of Hindu mythology like Meghdoot (मेघदूत) and Vishnu-Puran.
Ramagiri is not a popular name in either of the countries. Ramagiri is not adopted by many people in India either. Here it is used by few people as the name of their children.
Ramagiri is a unique kind of name. Ramagiri has a nice meaning attached to it. Ramagiri has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it.
Rama रामा Giri गिरि
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