Sanskrit Name Sudha (Sanskrit सुधा) literally means a good drink or honey of flowers. Sudha also refers to plaster.
Sanskrit name Sudha means honey of flowers or nectar. Sudha also means a good drink. Sudha has a variety of meanings. Reference of Sanskrit name Sudha is found in Mahabharata Ramayan and many Epics.
Reference of Sudha is found in Arthav Veda (अथर्व-वेद) where it means welfare, comfort or ease. It is used in Mahabharata and Kavya literature (काव्य literature) where it is mentioned as a good drink, or nectar. Sudha also refers to a beverage of the Gods.
Sudha was a name of the, wife of a Rudra (रुद्र) , as per Bhagavata-Purana (भागवत-पुराण).
In Ramayan and Mahabharata, Sudha is used as cement, white wash, plaster or mortar. Lexicographers like Halayudh, Hemchandra and Amar Singh have used this word as juice, water, nectar, a brick and lightning.
According to the chart the name Sudha is used by 5 people per year from the year 1966 to 1980 as the name of their children in the USA. In India Sudha is a very popular name. It is used by nearly 4000 people as the name of their babies.
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