Ratri (Sanskrit: रात्रि) refers to night or the period of darkness. Ratri also refers to one of the 4 bodies of Brahma.
Ratri is also known as Ratridevi, is the goddess of night. Reference of Ratri is found in the Vedas and the mythology of Hinduism. She is the sister of Ushas, the Vedic goddess of Dawn. Her name is the common word for nighttime in various Indian languages.
Ratri founds reference in Riga Veda where it refers to night, the darkness of night or stillness of night. This name also refers to the season of rest.
Ratri also founds reference in Vishnu Puran where this name is said to be one of the four bodies of Lord Brahma.
It is also mentioned in Mahabharata and Sushrut (सुश्रुत) where this name refers to turmeric, an herbal medicine.
As we can clearly see in the chart Ratri is not a famous name in the USA. Ratri is not used by many people as the name of their children in India either.
Ratri is not a comman name. But it is a short name with mythological reference.
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