Rasana is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which means taste or tongue. Rasana also refers to rope, cord, a ray of light and beam.
Mention of Rasana is found in Maitri-Upnishad (मैत्री-उपनिषद्) and Mahabharata (महाभारत) where Rasana denotes tongue as an organ of taste. Rasana is also mentioned in Bhavprakash (भावप्रकाश) in which Rasana refers to the name of two plants. This name is also found to be referred in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where Rasana is used for rope, cord, beam and a ray of light.
According to the graph shown here Rasana is not a very popular name in either of the countries. Rasana is used by less than 20 people in India as the name of their children. Rasana is not used by the people of the USA as the name of their children.
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