Rohit

Rohit (Devanagri: रोहित), ) is a given name, typically male, used among Indian people. It is also used in some parts of Nepal. It is mostly used by Jains, Hindus, and Sikhs.

The word "rohit" signifies the color red. It is derived from Sanskrit, meaning "the first rays of the sun". The early morning sunlight usually has a reddish tint. It is also said to be derived from the Sanskrit word Rohitah (रोहित:) which signifies a red coloured deer – a form which Brahma once took. .

Rohit is also one of the names of the Hindu God Vishnu, when he is said to have first arrived on earth as a beautiful red fish. It appears in the Vishnu Sahasranam (विष्णु सहस्रणाम, "1000 names of Vishnu"). Rohit also means a person who leads his family to growth and development (a commonly held belief in Hindu families). Rohit was also the name of one of Krishna's sons. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Rohit
Published 2013
Oxford University Press

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by Kapur, Rohit
Published 2002
Springer US

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by Sharma, Rohit
Published 2012
Springer US

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by Parikh, Rohit
Published 1975
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Parikh, Rohit
Published 1985
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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by Parikh, Rohit
Published 1985
Springer

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by Parikh, Rohit
Published 1975
Springer

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by Kumar, Rohit
Published 2017
Apress
... that complement and extend machine learning. In this book, author Rohit Kumar explores the challenges when...

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by Ghatol, Rohit
Published 2012
Apress

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by Bhat, Rohit
Published 2013
Packt Pub.

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by Rai, Rohit
Published 2013
Packt Pub.

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by Jain, Rohit
Published 2016
O'Reilly Media

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by Jain, Rohit
Published 2018
transcript Verlag

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by Ghatol, Rohit, Patel, Yogesh
Published 2012
Apress

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by Kumar, Piyush, Srivastava, Rohit
Published 2017
Springer International Publishing

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by Rohit, Jalem Raj
Published 2016
Packt Publishing

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by Rohit, Jalem Raj
Published 2018
Packt Publishing

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by Dhiman, Rohit, Chandel, Rajeevan
Published 2015
Springer India