Satyabhama (Sanskrit सत्यभामा) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin which literally denotes having true lustre.
Mention of Satyabhama is found in Mahabharata, Harivansh and Purans in which Satyabhama is name of a daughter of Satrajit (सत्राजित्). Satyabhama was also the one of the 8 wives of Lord Krishna. The meaning of Satyabhama is lustre of truth or beaming with the truth.
Satyabhama is not a very popular name in the USA or India. Satyabhama is a bit popular name in India as it is used by only few people as the name of their children.
Satyabhama is a unique name with a nice meaning attached to it. Also, Satyabhama is too long and an old style name. Satyabhama also have some sort of mythological significance.
Satya सत्य Bhama भामा
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