Venu वेणु

  • Suitable for Boy
  • 2 syllables and 4 letters
  • pronounced as veNu
  • Hindi (Sanskrit) वेणु

Venu meaning: Flute


Venu name meaning

Literal meaning of Venu:

Sanskrit name Venu literally means flute or bamboo.


Intended meaning of Venu:

Venu is a Sanskrit word found in Mahabharata, which means flute, pipe or a musical instrument loved by Lord Krishna. According to Rig-veda (ऋग्-वेद), Venu refers to bamboo reed or cane also. Reference of Venu is found in Vishnu Puran and Mahabharata, where it has the connotation of son of Satajita (शत-जित्) and a king of Yadavas respectively.
Also Venu was a name of a deity of the बोधि (bodhi) tree, as mentioned in Lalita-Vistara (ललित-विस्तर).


Popularity of Venu

Venu is a very popular name in India. Venu is used by more than thousands of people in India as a name of their children. Venu is short and easy to pronounce name, still Venu is not popular in USA. If you are looking for unique name for baby born in USA, then Venu is good choice of name.
In our opinion Venu is a name with mythological significance. Venu is also a very short, stylish and literally a sweet name.

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More about Venu

  • Venu is an Indian cinematographer, film director in Indian Cinema.
  • Venu Thottempudi is an Indian actor who primarily works in Telugu Cinema.
  • Venu Nagavally was an Indian actor, screenwriter and director best known for his work in Malayalam cinema.

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