Vilasita (Sanskrit विलसित) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin, which literally means shining forth, glittering, spotted and appearing. Another meaning is played, gleaming, dalliance and pastime.
Vilasita is referred in Bhagavata Purana (भागवत पुराण) in which this word means gleaming, glittering, shining forth, appearing, moving to and fro. Kavya Literature (काव्य literature) and Kathasaritsagara have used Vilasita (विलसित) in their works to refer played, sported, pastime, dalliance.
Mention of Vilasita is found in Vikramorvashi (विक्रमोर्वशी) and Prabodha Candrodaya where Vilasita refers to the flashing, quivering. Mention of Vilasita is found in Raghavapandaviya (राघवपाण्डवीय) where Vilasita refers to any action or gesture. Catalogue has used Vilasita (विलसित) in their works to refer appearing, manifestation.
Vilasita is not a popular name in the US as indicated by the popularity charts. Vilasita is an unusual name in India. Vilasita is adopted by only some person in India as the name of their kids.
The Hindu baby name Vilasita is rare. Vilasita is a Sanskrit name with good meaning. The baby name Vilasita is originated from Hindu literature.
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