Sanskrit Name Sakala (Sanskrit: सकल) literally means Complete, whole or sound.
Sakala is derived from the Sanskrit words Sa (स) meaning "with" and Kala meaning "parts". Thereby, Amrish can be loosely translated as "consisting of parts, all, whole, complete or full".
Mention of Sakala is found in Maitri Upanisad and Mahabharata in which Sakala means consisting of parts, divisible or material.
Sakala is another name of Lord Shiva as he is perfect in all ways, and He is the whole of everything.
SAKALA is the most popular 51457th name in the USA. If we compare the popularity statistics of SAKALA to USA's population statistics, we can estimate that as of August 30, 2015 there are 460 people named as SAKALA in the United States and the number is increasing by 4 people every year.
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