Tathagat (Sanskrit: तथागत) is a Sanskrit word which refers to a person who is of such a quality or nature.
Reference of Tathagat is found in various Epics like Mahabharata, Malvikagni Mitra (मालविकाग्निमित्र) and Riga-Veda-Pratishakhya (ऋग्-वेद-प्रातिशाख्य) where Tathagat refers to being in such a state or condition. Tathagat also refers to a kind of quality or nature of a person.
This name also founds reference in Buddhist literature and Sarvadarshan-Sangrah (सर्वदर्शन-संग्रह) where Tathagat describes someone who comes and goes in the same way.
Tathagat is also mentioned in Sankhshep-Shankar-Vijay (संक्षेप-शंकर-विजय) which tells that a person who is a Buddhist .
Tathagat is not a popular name in USA as given in this chart. Tathagat is not a very popular name in India also.
Tathagat is log and difficult to pronounce name, but it is also a unique name with great mythological significance.
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