Rukmangada (रुक्मंगद) is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin, which refers to a golden bracelet that is worn on the upper arm.
Mention of Rukmangada is found in Mahabharata (महाभारत) in which this is the name of son of King Salya of Madra. Rukmangada is also mentioned in Hitopdesh (हितोपदेश) as name of various men.
Lexicographers like Hemchandra and Halayudh have also mentioned Rukmangada as wearing a golden bracelet on the upper arm.
Rukmangada is a bit popular name in India. As social media, Rukmangada is used by less than 50 people in India as the name of their children. Rukmangada is not a popular name in the USA. It is difficult to pronounce for non Indians.
Rukmangada is a unique name with a unique meaning attached to it. Rukmangada is also a stylish name.
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