Bhajan meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Usage: Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Sanskrit, Sikh, Telugu, Oriya, Punjabi and Tamil
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Worshipped, Adoration, One who is Absorbed in God's Love, Prayer and Devotional Song
Rashi: Dhanu
Nakshatra: Jyeshtha
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Bhajan's meaning is Worshipped, Adoration, One who is Absorbed in God's Love, Prayer or Devotional Song is used in Marathi, Punjabi, Telugu, Oriya, Sanskrit, Gujarati, Sikh, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi, Bengali and Assamese is used as a baby boy name.

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Popularity of Bhajan

Bhajan is a prominent name in India where every 1 in 10000 have the name. While it is common in and a familiar name in Nepal. As per our evaluation, over 130000 babies have been bestowed Bhajan around the globe.


Here's what numbers has to say about Bhajan

You have the heart of a warrior. You allow your past to ruin your present and future because you have a hard time letting go of things. When it comes to love, you can't stand a monogamous relationship. Give your head a break and keep an open mind. Things aren't always as they seem. You believe in yourself because it's the secret to achieving your aspirations and realize your life goals. What makes you comfortable talking is noticing the person that you are interacting with, is honest and reliable.

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Namesakes of Bhajan

    Bhajan Sopori, Indian instrumentalist
  • Bhajan Lal, politician and three-time chief minister

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