Sanskrit word Saras (Sanskrit: सरस) literally means full of love or desire.
Saras is an ancient Sanskrit word which is name passionate, impassioned, enamoured, full of love or desire.
Reference of Saras is found in many places like Taitriya Sanhita, Brahman, Grihaya Sutra and Meghdoot where the meaning of Saras are juicy, pithy, containing sap, potent and powerful.
According to Harivansh and Katha Sarit Sagar, Saras means moist or wet, and also means elegant, beautiful, charming or gracious. Sometime Saras is also menas tasty.
Saras is also something fresh or new, as per mentioned in Malavikagni Mitra.
Saras is not a very popular name in USA, as it is shown in the graph. Also Saras is used by only few Indian people as the name of their babies. Saras is neither very famous nor rear name.
In our opinion Saras is a unique name. Saras has a beautiful meaning attached to it. Saras is an ancient name.
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