In Sanskrit "Hari" sometimes refers to a colour, yellow, or fawn-coloured/khaki (it is the colour of the Sun and that of Soma).
In Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition Hari is a name of both Krishna or Vishnu meaning 'he who steals, or takes away'
According to Adi Shankara' s commentary on the Vishnu sahasranama, Hari means "One who destroys samsara, which is the entanglement in the cycle of birth and death, along with ignorance, its cause.
Nishk means gold, golden ornament for the neck or golden ves..more
Means "Taste, Pleasing, Charming, Beautiful, Bright, Brillia..more
Abhayan (a 'without' + bhaya 'fear') means The fearless. Lit..more
From the Sanskrit bharata ("to be maintained") . The name wa..more
Kani (Sanskrit: कनी) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian popular femi..more
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