Umapati (Sanskrit उमापति) is another name of Lord Shiva. Umapati means husband of Goddess Parvati.
In the Sanskrit language, Uma means "another name of Parvati" and Pati means "husband or consort ". Thereby, Umapati can be loosely translated as "husband of Goddess Parvati". Reference of Umapati is found in Shiva Puran in which Umapati is another name of Lord Shiva as he is the consort of Goddess Parvati. Umapati signifies the eternal couple Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva who are inseparable.
Umapati is a highly popular name in India as it is a name of Lord Shiva. However Umapati is adopted by some 47 people only as per social media records. Umapati is not adopted by any person in the USA as the name of their children.
Umapati is a great name with a great meaning attached to it. It also has a great mythological significance attached to it.
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