Torana (Sanskrit तोरण) is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which refers to an arch or a triangle supporting a large balance.
Torana finds reference in Shiva Puran as another name of Lord Shiva as he is the Ornate Arch and Decorated Doorway of entrances. Mention of Torana is found in Mahabharata in which Torana means an arch, arched doorway, portal, festooned decorations over doorways with boughs of trees, garlands.
Torana is a not popular name in India. Torana is however not adopted by many people of the USA as the name of their children.
Torana is a beautiful and sweet Sanskrit word, but as a boy name Torana is not sounding good. Torana has a great meaning to it. Torana also has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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