Tandava (Sanskrit ताण्डव) is an ancient Sanskrit word which means frantic dance or dance of Lord Shiva.
Mention of Tandava is found in various Epics of Hindu mythology like Rajtarangini, Bhagvat Puran and Kathasaritsagar. Tandava founds reference in Bhagvat Puran (भागवत पुराण), Matsya-Puran (मत्स्य-पुराण), Maltimadhav (मालतीमाधव), Rajtarangini (राजतरंगिणी), Kathasaritsagar (कथासरित्सागर) and writings of Sir Monier-Williams where Tandava signifies frantic dance of Lord Shiva to destroy world when it is corrupted more than a limit and restore good in a new world.
As we can clearly see in the graph above Tandava is not used by many people in India or USA as the name of their kids.
Sanskrit word Tandava has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it in Hindu mythologies. But as a name Tandava is not that good.
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