Vruksha (Sanskrit वृक्ष) is an ancient name of Sanskrit origin which literally means tree. Vruksha also refers to coral swirl, frame, coffin, or trunk of a tree.
Mention of Sanskrit name Vruksha is found in Manu-Smiriti in which Vruksha refers to grow or to root up. Vruksha also refers to bearing visible flowers and fruit. Vruksha also founds reference in Riga Veda (ऋग् वेद) where this name means the trunk of a tree. Reference of this name is also found in Arthav Veda (अथर्व वेद) where Vruksha denotes a coffin.
Lord Shiva is the Great Tree providing shelter to the seekers. So Vruksha is another name of Lord Shiva.
Vruksha is not a popular name in India. According to the social media recods, Vruksha is adopted by a mere 10 people as the name of their kids.
In our opinion Vruksha is not a good sounding as name. Vruksha has a great meaning attached to it.
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