Srikar (श्रीकर) is ancient word of Sanskrit language which literally means giving good fortune or causing prosperity.
Sanskrit word Srikar is combination of two word sri means 'beauty, prosperity' and kara means 'maker' -The maker or giver of wealth.
Reference of Srikar is found in Sahastranama, a list of thousand names of Lord Vishnu, in which Srikar is 611th name of Lord Vishnu.
Srikar means causing prosperity in one's life so that they lead a healthy and happy life. Lord Vishnu gives good fortune to those who have done some good to others in their life.
This name is also used by lexicographers like Hemchandra, Halayudh and Amar Singh where they describe Srikar as the red lotus.
As given in the chart Srikar is a very popular name in the USA. It is used since 1996 by people as the name of their children. This name became more popular in the year 2000. Since then this name is used by 15 - 40 people per year as the name of their babies. But surprisingly Srikar is not well accepted name in India.
In our opinion Srikar is a sweet and stylish name. Srikar has a beautiful meaning. Srikar also has a great sort of mythological significance.
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