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Karan Meaning - Origin and Names

Karan Meaning - Origin and Names


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Origin of first name:

Sanskrit

Meaning of the name:

Karan is an Indian given name of Indo-European origin. This name, which means "companion" or "help", is used for both boys and girls.
Karan is also a variant of "Karna" and both names appear in the "Mahabharata".
Derived from Sanskrit "Kira", meaning "ear", "Karan" or "Karna" is the name of the son of the sun god in Hindu mythology, Surya. Legend has it that his mother, Kunti, gave birth by ear. "Karna" was a great warrior who joined the "Kauravas" to fight his half-brothers "Pandavas", becoming the king of Anga.

Celebrities:

The most popular Karan are of Indian origin: Karan Tacker, TV host and actor, Karan Singh Grover, actor and model,
Karan Patel and Karan Kundra, actors of the Indian small screen, Karan Johar, producer, scriptwriter, director, animator and stylist.

His character :

A great destiny awaits the Karan. They are naturally charismatic and have a magnetic personality. They have no trouble expressing themselves in public and are perfect for careers on the front of the stage. They certainly do not want to live a boring life and love travel and adventure. Boute-en-train in society, they also appreciate the calm and can be posed.

Derivatives:

Karna, Karen, Kiran, Keeran ...

His party :

The Karan are not celebrated in France.

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