The girl name Vaishali is derived from Sanskrit. It means "the great". It also means princess of Vishala or daughter of the king of Vishala. The name originates from the Sanskrit language but is more often used as a Marathi name.
Mention of Vaishali (वैशाली) is found in the Mahabharata (महाभारत) where this word refers to a daughter of the king of Vishala. Mention of Vaishali is found in Vasistha Purana in which Vaishali means a wife of Vasudeva. Vaishali is the name of an east Indian kingdom where the Buddha lived.
As we can clearly see in the graph above, Vaishali is a popular name in the USA. Vaishali is in trend since 1971, where Vaishali was used by 5 to 14 people per year as the name of their kids. According to the data gathered from social networking sites, this name is a pretty popular. Here Vaishali is used by more than 4690 people in India as the name of their kids.
In our opinion, Vaishali is sweet and common name. Vaishali is a very good name from the Sanskrit origin with ok meaning attached to it. Vaishali has an association with Hindu mythology.
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