Saru (Sanskrit: शरु) is a Sanskrit word which means dart or a arrow.
Reference of Sharu is found in Vedas (अथर्व-वेद), where Sharu has been used as a missile, dart, arrow. Similarly Sharu was the thunderbolt of इन्द्र and weapon of the मरुत्s mentioned in Rig vedas.
Lexicographers like Amar Singh, Halayudh and Hemchandta have used this Sharu in their works to refer an anger, passion and also a partridge. Sharu is another name of Lord Vishnu.
According to Mahabharata, Sharu was a name of देव-गन्धर्व (Deva-Gandharva). Sharu also is a name of a son of वसु-देव (Vasudeva)
Sharu is not a popular name in India. Sharu is used by only few people as the name of their children according to Social media records.
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