When I got a bit of sense… I tried finding the meaning of the name of my word “Mukund”.
In my Second year of Engineering, I got to know about what does [b]Mukund[/b] means. Someone told me that it means “One who gives…”. Now can you guess what was the name of that “someone”?
Which means one who gets anand in giving.
anand means happiness.
Today I got to know the complete meaning of the word
The name Mukund identifies me as a Hindu with origins from the Indian sub-continent. Mukund represents one of the thousand names of Lord Vishnu. Since He can bestow on us moksha and liberate us from the endless cycles of births and deaths, Lord Vishnu is also known as Mukund.
So this means
that the word Mukund means
One who bestows/gives Moksha/Nirvana….
Although names may appear to be selected for the simple purpose of addressing someone, there is also a cultural basis behind them. Hindus commonly pick the name of a God, such as Krishna, Vasudeva, Rama or Sita. Some people name their children based on their chosen Deity, or Ishta. Vaishnavites typically name their offspring after Lord Vishnu or one of his incarnations. Saivites, on the other hand, pick one of the names of Lord Siva, such as Parameswara, Neelakanta or Chandrasekhara. Then there are those who like the great Vedantic names. For example, the name Amrita represents immortality, and Nirup reflects the formless aspect of God. Hindu names may also be derived from the supreme qualities of God. Prem symbolizes eternal love, and Charu, eternal beauty.
Names are often given to babies during an auspicious ceremony called namakarana samskara. This function may be simple or very elaborate. While the details vary from region to region, the basic function has its roots in tradition and spirituality. In front of a lighted lamp, decorated with flowers and fruits, the name is uttered into the right ear of the baby three times. Thus, a Rama, Krishna or Siva is reborn. These names, which are as old as civilization itself, have been kept alive for centuries by Hindus all over the world. So, the next time you address your friend Govind, stop for a moment and think what it really means and how it came about.
I know “Mukund” is a toung twisting name to be pronounced but i will help u.
its pronounced as …
So do you know the meaning of your name?