Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Savana (Sanskrit सावन) literally refers to correct solar time. Savana also refers to institutor of sacrifice or conclusion of a sacrifice.
Reference of Savana is found in Varah-Mihir-Brihat-Sanhita (वराह-मिहिर-बृहत्-संहिता) in which Savana refers to the act of determining correct solar time. Savana is also referenced in the Epic Vishnu Puran where Savana is the name of a son of Rishi Vashistha.
Mention of Savana is also found in Mahabharata where this is Saint Bhrgu Muni's son. Savana also finds mention in the writings of Lexicographers like Halayudh and Amar Singh where Savana denotes the conclusion of a sacrifice.
Savana is a very popular nae in the USA. Savana is in trend since 1911 and till 2012 this name is used by more than 1400 people in the USA as the name of their children. Savana is a bit popular name in India. Here Savana is used by some 16 people as the name of their kids.
In our opinion Savana is a short and sweet name. It has a nice meaning attached to it. It is also a stylish name.
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