Sanskrit Name Varad (वरद) literally means granting wishes. Varad also refers to benefactor or conferring a boon.
Mention of Varad is found in Arthav Veda, Shevatshvar - Upnishad (श्वेताश्वतर-उपनिषद्) and Taittiriya-Aranyak (तैत्तिरीय-आरण्यक) with meanings like granting wishes, conferring a boon or answering prayers.
Varad also found mention in the writings of Horace H. Wilson where Varad is used to denote a benefactor. This name also founds reference in Grihaya-Sangrah (गृह्यासंग्रह) as a name of Agni (अग्नि) or fire.
Varad is also referred in Mahabharata as one of the attendants of Skand (स्कन्द).
Varad is a bit popular name in the USA. It is used by 5-7 person per year as the name of their children from the year 2007 to 2013. Varad is a popular name in India. Varad is used by hundreds of people as the name of their children in India.
Varad is a short, modern and sweet name. Varad has a nice meaning attached to it. Varad also has some mythological significance attached to it.
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