Choosing a name could be a tricky one. If you remember the story of Steve Jobs naming “Apple” as “Apple”, then you might be able to gauge how tricky this could be. Yes, it is.
As not everybody know Sanskrit, they are not able to get good suggestions. They take to the online world to get some help.
As per Google’s keyword research, let’s have a glimpse of keyword search volume regarding Sanskrit names for companies:
|Sanskrit names for business||320|
|Sanskrit names for companies||390|
|Sanskrit company names||210|
|Sanskrit business names||170|
Just guess from this volume. More than 1 thousand searches are done per month to choose a Sanskrit name for businesses. This post gets a lot of comments, which means readers are actively looking for Sanskrit names for their startups, businesses, and companies.
But why is it so? Is it because it creates a classic image or just differentiates by giving a very different name? I am just curious how sometimes being different can become so interesting!