Vajrin (Sanskrit: वज्रिन) is a Hindu Indian popular masculine given name, which literally means "holding or wielding a thunderbolt, thunderer" in Sanskrit. The name originates from the Sanskrit language but is more often used as a Bengali name.
Vajrin finds reference in Rig Veda and Mahabharata with meaning holding or wielding a thunderbolt. Vajrin finds reference in Pajca Vinsha Brahmana where this word refers to containing the word Vajra (वज्र). The Mahabharata has used Vajrin (वज्रिन) in their works to refer thunderer and another name of Lord Indra.
Vajrin finds reference in Mahabharata in which Vajrin is the name of one of the Vishve Deva (विश्वे देवाः).
Vajrin is not at all a popular baby name in the USA. Vajrin is not a popular name in India. Vajrin is adopted by only some person in India as the name of their kids.
Name Vajrin is rare. Name Vajrin is with very good meaning attached to it. Vajrin has a good mythological background. The baby name Vajrin is slightly difficult to pronounce.
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