Ancient Sanskrit name Vatsa (वत्स) literally means child or young one. Vatsa also refers to boy, son or daughter.
Reference of Vatsa is found in Riga Veda in which this word refers to a calf or the young of any animal. Vatsa are also used here as the expression my dear child.
Mention of Vatsa is also found in Panch-Vinsh-Brahman (पञ्च-विंश-ब्राह्मण) and Shankhayan-Shraut-Sutra (शाङ्खायन-श्रौत-सूत्र) in which this is the name of a descendant of Kanva (कण्व).
Vatsa also founds to be mentioned in the Mahabharata and Harivansh (हरिवंश) where this name refers to a son of Pratardan (प्रतर्दन). Also Vatsa was a name of a son of Senajit (सेन-जित्) as per Harivansh (हरिवंश). Vatsa was a son of Aksamala and a son of Uruksepa as per Puranas.
Vatsa is not at all a popular name in either of the countries. Vatsa is used by some people in India as the name of their babies.
In our opinion Vatsa is a short, sweet and stylish name. Vets have a nice meaning attached to it. Vatsa also has some sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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