Shesh (Sanskrit शेष) is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which literally means remaining. Shesh is also the name of a cosmic serpent.
According to Hindu mythology Shesh is a cosmic serpent, which is huge and it has five heads. Shesh is a big devotee of Lord Vishnu.
Reference of Shesh is found in Manu-Smiriti (मनु-स्मृति), Ramayana and Mahabharata where it refers to the one who is saved or spared or allowed to escape. Shesh also founds to be referred in Aitraiya-Brahman (ऐतरेय-ब्राह्मण), where Shesh refers to the remaining. This name is also mentioned in Riga-Veda where it denotes conclusion, end, finish or result. Shesh is also known as one of the mythical elephants that support the earth.
Shesh is a popular name in India, as per Social media count. Shesh is not used by any people in the USA as the name of their children.
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