Virup is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which refers to deformed, bizarre, misshapen or ugly.
Virup is ancient word of Sanskrit origin which founds reference in various Epics of Hindu mythology with different meanings depending on the text.
Reference of Virup is found in Riga Veda (ऋग् वेद), Taittriya-Sanhita (तैत्तिरीय-संहिता), Brahman (ब्राह्मण) and Kaushik-Sutra (कौशिक-सूत्र) where Virup refers to variegated, multiform, many-coloured, various and manifold.
Mention of Virup is also found in Aitreya-Brahman (ऐतरेय-ब्राह्मण) in which Virup denotes altered or changed. This name is also referred in Chandogya-Upnishad (छान्दोग्य-उपनिषद्) and Mahabharata (महाभारत) in which this word refers to deformed, ugly, monstrous or unnatural.
Virup is another name of Lord Shiva, as he looks uncouth, but detached from all worldly appearances. Virup was a name of a son of Krishna (कृष्ण) as per Bhagavat Purana.
According to the chart shown here Virup is not a popular name in the USA. Virup is not a popular name in India. Virup is not used by any person in India as the name of their children.
Virup is one of mythological name whose meaning is not good.
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