Atul

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Atul is a first name used in India for people, places and companies. It is a first name used for males. The word originates from Sanskrit, meaning 'incomparable' or 'matchless' or 'unique'.

According to Vishnu Purana Atula is a 355th name of Lord Vishnu, known as 'The Incomparable - No one is as great as or superior to Him'.

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