Sanskrit Name Virupaksha (विरूपाक्ष) literally means diversely-eyed.
References of Virupaksha (विरूपाक्ष) are found in Kumar-Sambhav (कुमार-सम्भव), Ramayana (रामायण), and Paraskar Grihya Sutra (पारस्कर-गृह्य-सूत्र) with the meaning diversely-eyed or one having deformed eyes. According to Manav Grihya Sutra (मानव-गृह्य-सूत्र), Virupaksha means the divine being, while according to Mahabharta (महाभारत), Virupaksha means Rudra.
Virupaksha is the seventh name of Lord Shiva as the one who has three eyes or is diversely eyed.
Virupaksha is also the name of Ganesha as the one with Sun, Moon, And Fire as eyes. With the sun, the moon and the fire as His eyes, Lord Ganesha is very perceptive and keenly observant.
Virupaksha is not a popular name in the US as indicated by charts. On the social media network, Virupaksha is a less common.
In our opinion, Virupaksha is a religious name, rare and slightly difficult to pronounce. However, it has a strong mythological reference.
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