Prasad Name Meaning. Indian (northern and southern states): Hindu name from Sanskrit prasada 'favor', 'grace', 'offering'.
Prasad is baby boy name mainly popular in Hindu religion and its main origin is Hindi. Prasad name meanings is Offering to God during Pooja.
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Prasad is written in Hindi as प्रसाद. Other similar sounding names can be Barsaat, Barsat, Pirzada, Prasadabhimukhi, Prasata, Praseeda, Prasiddhi, Prasidhhi, Prasidhi, Prasit, Prasuti.
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Prasad has the numerology 1 and this belong to the religion hindu. The people with numerology 1 are also thought to be extremely independent and they have an individualistic approach towards everything. They do not believe in working with others to get their work done rather they tend to deal with everything on their own.
The gender is Boy. The characteristic of the people with numerology 1 is that they are very leading means that they have the quality of a good leader.
They believe in only depending upon themselves rather than relying on anybody else.
They have the capability of attaining everything by themselves and they are also thought to be the pioneers for everything. The meaning of this Prasad is Offering to God during Pooja. As we mentioned above that they are independent, so they also believe in starting everything on their own too. They do not depend upon anyone and are quite autonomous with everything.