Sanskrit meaning "unhurt" "unstruck" and "unbeaten". <i>Anahata Nad</i> refers to the Vedic concept of unstruck sound, the sound of the celestial realm.
Also the name of the fourth primary chakra
, the heart chakra, in Hindu Yoga
Anahata Yoga is a form of yoga focusing on opening the anahata chakra.
A somewhat esoteric female name, as well, most often either a "nom de mello" or given to the offspring of hippie parents.
Alternative spelling: Anhata
Traditionally, the Anahata chakra is represented as a green lotus flower with twelve petals.