Shabari (in Devanagari: शबरी) is a Hindu feminine given name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means "zabara woman and variegated, belonging to the sabara tribe."
Mention of the Sanskrit name Shabari is found in the Ramayana (रामायण) and Kathasaritsagara in which this word refers to a Shabara woman. Mention of Shabari (शबरी) is found in the Kamba Ramayana where this word refers to a Gandharvi who was changed into a forest woman and then saved by Rama. Shabari is an elderly woman ascetic in the later versions of the Hindu epic Ramayana.She is described as an ardently devoted woman who received Rama's darshana and blessing due to her Bhakti to him.
Shabari is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. According to the data gathered from social networking sites, this name is not quite popular. Here it is used by 145 people as the name of their children.
As far as we can tell, Shabari is a unique name. Name Shabari is with very good meaning attached to it. Shabari also has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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