Yogya (Sanskrit: योग्य) is a Sanskrit name which literally means eligible or qualified. Yogya also means proper, fit, suitable, useful, able, capable or sufficient.
Reference of Yogya is found in Epics like Mahabharata, Panini (पाणिनि) and Kavya. Meaning of Yogya varies in these Epics depending on the context. Yogya means useful, proper, serviceable, fit for, equal to or qualified for.
Yogya is mentioned in Arthav Veda and Shatpath-Brahman (शतपथ-ब्राह्मण) with the meaning as a draught animal.
Yogya means fit for yoga (योग), proper for religious meditation, the constellation पुष्य as well as a vehicle or any machine, as per mention in Lexicographers (such as अमरसिंह, हलायुध, हेमचन्द्र)
As per Sir Monier-Williams dictionary Yogya also means a cake, sandal or a kind of drug
Yogya is not a very popular name in the USA. It is not very popular among the people of India too.
In our opinion Yogya is very suitable name for a child who is bright or hardworking or both. It has a meaning that is required for a person in every field of life.
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