Saran (Sanskrit सरण) is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which refers to something connected with war or conflict. Saran also refers to moving, running or going.
Mention of Saran is found in the Epic Ramayan (रामायण) where this word means running after or following. Saran is also mentioned in Gopath-Brahman (गोपथ-ब्राह्मण) in which Saran denotes the act of going, moving or running. Reference of this name is also found in Buddhist literature where Saran is name of a king.
Saran is also found to be referred in Mahabharata (महाभारत), Grihaya-Sutra (गृह्य-सूत्र), Shraut-Sutra (श्रौत-सूत्र) and Chandogya-Upnishad (छान्दोग्य-उपनिषद्) where Saran means any kind of quick motion. Saran finds reference in Lalita Vistara with meaning connected with war or conflict.
Saran is a very popular name in the USA. Saran is in trend since 1951 and till 2013 Saran is adopted by 10-25 people per year as the name of their kids. Saran is also a pretty popular name in India. Saran is used by nearly 900 people in India as the name of their children.
In our opinion Saran is a short and sweet name. Saran is also a unique kind of name.
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