Ancient Sanskrit name Sasirekha (शशिरेखा) literally means digit of the moon or moon's ray. Sasirekha also refers to moon crown.
Sasirekha is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin which is made up of two words Sasi and Rekha, which means moon and line or moon's ray.
Reference of Sasirekha is found in Kathasaritsagar (कथासरित्सागर) in which Sasirekha is the name of a woman.
Sasirekha also founds to be referred in the writings of lexicographers like Hemchandra and Halayudh where this name refers to digit of the moon or moon streak.
Sasirekha is not a popular name in the USA as well as in India. Only few people name their baby girl Sasirekha. Sasirekha look like an old style name with a beautiful meaning.
Sasi ससि Rekha रेखा
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