Vajr (Sanskrit वज्र) is ancient name of Sanskrit origin which refers to something that is impenetrable. Vajr also refers to thunderbolt, mighty or strong.
Vajr founds reference in various Epics of Hindu mythology like Mahabharata, Arthav Veda, Riga Veda and Manu-Smiriti (मनु-स्मृति). Reference of Vajr is found in the Riga Veda as powerful weapons used by various gods and superhuman beings.
Mention of Vajr is also found in Arthav Veda where this name refers to thunderbolt or it also refers to lightning evolved from the weapon of God Indra, said to have been formed out of the bones of the ऋषि दधीच or दधीचि, and shaped like a circular discus, or in later times regarded as having the form of two transverse bolts crossing each other thus x. This name also founds to be referred in Manu-Smiriti and Mahabharata where Vajr name is used as a form of military array. Vajr also founds mention in Shandvinsh-Brahman (षड्विंश-ब्राह्मण) in which Vajr is used for a diamond which is as hard as thunderbolt.
Vajr is not a popular name in the USA. Vajr is not a famous name in India also. Vajr is not used by any people of the either countries as the name of their children.
In our opinion Vajr is an old stylish name. Vajr is also a very strong and unique name. Vajr has mythological significance attached to it.
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