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500+ Baby Names in Sanskrit (Unique Names for Boy/Girl)

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Baby Names in Sankrit : Indian names depend on mix of structure and naming shows up, which varies from one place to other. Names are influenced by religion and rank and may originate from stories. India’s population talks a wide variety of languages and almost every significant religion on the planet has a following in India. This variety makes differences and confusing in names and naming styles. Because of historical Indian social impacts, a few names across South and Southeast Asia are influenced by Indian names or words.

For certain Indians, their original name (birth name) is not quite the same as their official name; the birth name begins with a randomly chosen name from the individual’s horoscope (based on the nakshatra or lunar manor relating to the individual’s birth). Many kids are given three names, sometimes as a part of strict teaching.

The majority of the Indian languages have been gathered from Sanskrit. Hence, Sanskrit names tend to work no matter where you live in India.
Here is a collection of 500 Sanskrit baby names that may make your burden of finding the unique Sanskrit baby name easier. Here all Sanskrit baby boy/girl names are sorted out in order with their meanings. We trust, our gathering of new and customary Sanskrit Baby Names will help you find an appropriate name for your newborn baby.

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter A

NameMeaning
Abhay अभय
Fearless, Courageous. 'Bhay' means fear and 'A' is negation. So Abhay means fearless. According to Hindu mythology, Abhay is the name of Lord Shiva. In Jain literature, Abhay means bestower
Abhijeet अभिजीतone who is victorious, a constellation dear to Hari or One who has been / has conquered like Lord Krishna. Abhijeet also means "the winner of the moment"
Abhijit अभिजीत
one who is victorious, a constellation dear to Hari
Abhilash अभिलाष
Desire, wish, aspiration, affection, ambition
Abhishek अभिषेक
Derived from Sanskrit word "abhiSeka" means "connotation or watering". abhiSeka is a Sanskrit term comparable to puja , yagya and arati. abhiSeka is an auspicious bath for a deity with
Achintya अचिन्त्य
Means 'inconceivable, beyond thought, incomprehensible, unthinkable ' in Sanskrit. Achintya-Bheda- Abheda is the philosophy of inconceivable one-ness and difference, in relation to the individual soul (jiva) and God (Krishna) within the
Aditya आदित्य
The Adityas are, in Hindu myth, a group of sun gods and the sons of Aditi and Kashyapa. Originally, there were seven or eight of them, but their number was
Agni अग्नि
Agni is one of the most important of the Vedic gods. He is the god of fire, the messenger of the gods, the acceptor of sacrifice.
Ajit अजीत
Ajit or Ajith or Ajeet is derived from Sanskrit means invincible or, literally, he who has not been conquered, from the Sanskrit 'a' (not) and 'jita' (conquered).
Akash आकाश
Akash or Aakash or Aakaash or Akaash is derived from Sanskrit आकाश (Transliteration: akasha), meaning "upper sky" or "aether." Akash Ganga is the Hindu term for the Milky Way.
Akhil अखिल
Akhil is a Hindi and Sanskrit word that means "entire", "complete" or "universal".
Akul अकुल
Akul is a name of Lord Shiva. In Sanskrit, this means having no family
Amar अमर
Means everlasting, eternal, immortal, deathless, imperishable, god in Sanskrit
Amit अमित
Boundless, Limitless, That which has no limits, Infinite. Amitaya, in Hinduism means infinite or immeasurable or boundless. It is one of the 108 names of Hindu God Ganesha.
Amita अमिता
Feminine form of Amit. Means boundless, Limitless, That which has no limits, Infinite. Amitaya, in Hinduism means infinite or immeasurable or boundless.
Amogh अमोघAmogh is a name that translates in Sanskrit "invincible". The word "Amogh" literally means "That which has no alternative."
Amol अमोल
Hindi Means "Person with Inestimable Value And Importance"
Amrit अमृत
Amrit or Amrita is a Sanskrit word that literally means "without death", and is often referred to in texts as nectar, means "immortal", "ambrosia", "immortal".
Anand आनद, आनन्द
Sanskrit Anand or Ananda is a Sanskrit word that means bliss, happiness, delight, sensual pleasure, sensual joy, beatitude
Ananta अनंता
Sanskrit Ananta is a Sanskrit word meaning "without end", eternal or infinity. Ananta is also a name of the god Vishnu
Anil अनिल
Sanskrit Derived from Sanskrit अिनल means "air, wind". In Hinduism, Anila (Wind in Sanskrit) is one of the eight Vasus, Gods of the elements of the cosmos.
Aniruddha अनिरुद्ध
Aniruddha (Sanskrit:अिनरु ) means Undefeatable, uncontrollable, ungovernable or "without obstacles".
Anish अनिश
Means "supreme, paramount" in Sanskrit. Having no control, having no mastery.
Ankur अंकुर
Sanskrit Means "sapling, sprout, shoot, new life" in Sanskrit
Annadurai अन्नादुरै
Annadurai literally mean "son of" or "daughter of" in Tamil.It also means "Name of a Leader".
Anuj अनुज
Younger Brother; good in everything
Anupam अनुपम
Means "incomparable, matchless, rare, precious, unique, unparalleled"
Aravind अरविन्द
Sanskrit Means "lotus" in Sanskrit.It is one of the names of the mythological character Krishna
Arjun अर्जुन
Means "white, clear" in Sanskrit. This is the name of a hero in Hindu legend, the son of the god Indra and the princess Kunti.
Arnav अर्नव
Derived from Sanskrit word "Arnava" means "ocean,sea,stream or wave"
Arpit अर्पित
'Arpit' means to dedicate, give in, or devote something to someone out of respect with complete faith. A person named 'अिपत(boy)', means someone whose life is completely devoted or dedicated
Arun अरुण
Arun refers to the charioteer of the Sun, including the rising Sun.Lord of light & energy
Arvind अरिवन्द
Means "lotus" in Sanskrit.It is one of the names of the mythological character Krishna
Aseem असीम
Eternity, infinite, endless
Ashish आशीष
"blessing" in Sanskrit. Ashish is a popular Nepali and Indian male first name
Ashok अशोक
One without sorrow; Without grief
Ashoka अशोका
Means "without sorrow" in Sanskrit. This name was borne by Ashoka the Great, a 3rd-century BC emperor of India
Ashutosh आशतोष
Means "One who quickly satisfied" in Sanskrit.It is derived from the joining of two Sanskrit words - Ashu(meaning quickly, immediately, fast) and tosa(meaning satisfaction, pleasure, delight).
Ashwin आश्विन
Derived from Sanskrit word "Ashvin" means "possessor of horses", "horse tamer", "cavalier" in Sanskrit.
Asim असीमMeans "boundless, limitless" in Sanskrit
Atharva अथर्वMeans a type of priest. Atharvaveda is a one of the four Vedas, often called the "fourth Veda". Another name of God Ganesh
Atman आत्मन
Means "soul, spirit, self, breath" in Sanskrit
Avinash अविनाशindestructible, Immortal, Inconquerable

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter B

NameMeaning
Bharat भरत
From the Sanskrit bharata ("to be maintained") . The name was borne by the son of King Dushyanta and Shakuntala, who was the patriarch of the Pandavas and the Kauravas
Bhaskara भास्कर
Derived from the Sanskrit bhas (light) and kara (making): hence, "making light, shining, the sun." The name was borne by the astronomer and mathematician Bhaskaracharya, Bhaskara the Teacher.
Bhuvanesh भुवनेश
The name Bhuvanesh is a Sanskrit "Lord of world" compound of Bhuvan("world, earth") and esh("lord, master").

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter C

NameMeaning
Chetan चेतन
Chetan means "life", "spirit", "visible", "conscious", "soul" in Sanskrit
Debdan देब्दन
Bengali form of Devdan. Devdan means "gift of the gods" from Sanskrit दव (deva) "god" and दान (dana) "gift"

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter D

NameMeaning
Deepak दीपक
Deepak is a Sanskrit word meaning lamp, or source of light.Lamp, one who burns himself to give light or brightness to others
Dev देव
Derived from Sanskrit (deva)meaning "god, deity".It can be variously interpreted as a god, spirit, demi- god, celestial being, angel, deity or any supernatural being of high excellence
Devadas देवदास
Means "servant of the God" from Sanskrit (deva)"God" and (dasa)"servant"
Devaraja देवराज
Means "king of Gods" from Sanskrit(deva)"god" and (raja)"king". This is another name of the Hindu god Indra
Devdan देवदान
Derived from the Sanskrit Devadana (gift of the God), which is from the elements deva (a God) and dana (gift)
Devendra देवेन्द्र
Compounding of the element deva (a god) and Indra, Indra is the god of War and Weather, also the King of the gods or Devas and Lord of Heaven
Devika देविका
Means "little goddess" from Sanskrit
Dilip दिलीप
A king, ancestor of Rama
Dinesh दिनेश
Means "day lord" from Sanskrit(dina)"day" and (isha)"lord". In Hindu texts this is used as a name of the sun
Dipak दीपक
Derived from the Sanskrit dipa (light, lamp) and 'ka, which is both a diminutive suffix and a suffix indicating a type or characteristic: hence, "little lamp" or "like a lamp"

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter E

NameMeaning
Ekadant एकदंत
Means “one who has One Tusk(tooth).”‘Ek’ means one and ‘dant’ is teeth in Sanskrit. Ekadant another name of Lord Ganesha

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter H

NameMeaning
Hanmant हंमंत
Variant of “Hanuman” literally means “monkey”. Hanuman is one of the most popular concepts of servants of God (bhakti) (devotion to God) in Hinduism
Harendra हरेन्द्र
Combination of the names of the Hindu gods HARI(referring to Vishnu) and INDRA
Hari हरि
In Sanskrit “Hari” sometimes refers to a colour, yellow, or fawn-coloured/khaki (it is the colour of the Sun and that of Soma).
Harihar हिरहर
Harihara is a the name of a combined deity form of both Vishnu (Hari) and Shiva (Hara) from the Hindu tradition.
Harinder हरिंदर
Combination of the names of the Hindu gods HARI(referring to Lord Vishnu) and INDRA. Variant of Harendra.
Harish हरीश
Compounding of the Sanskrit Hari (a name of Vishnu) and Isa (lord)
Harsh हर्ष
Means “happiness, delight, joy, pleasure, bristling, ” in Sanskrit. This was the name of a 7th-century emperor of northern India.
Harsha हर्षा
Means “happiness, delight, joy, pleasure, bristling” in Sanskrit. This was the name of a 7th-century Emperor of northern India.
Harshad हर्षद
Derived from Sanskrit Harsha meaning “happiness, delight, joy, pleasure, bristling” and Harshad means “Giver of Harsha”
Harshal हर्शल
erived from Sanskrit (Harsha)meaning “happiness, delight, joy, pleasure, bristling”

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter I

NameMeaning
Inderpal इन्दरपाल
Means “protector of Indra” from the name of the god INDRA combined with Sanskrit (pala)”protector”
Indra इंद्र
Indra is the God of War and Weather, also the King of the Gods or Devas and Lord of Heaven or Svargaloka in Hinduism.
Indrajit इंदरजीत
Means “conqueror of Indra” from the name of the God INDRA combined with Sanskrit(jit)”conquering”.
Indu इंदु
Means “bright drop” in Sanskrit. This is a name for the moon
Isha ईशा
Means “master, lord, powerful” in Sanskrit. This is the name of one of the Upanishads, which are parts of Hindu scripture.
Ishan ईशान
meaning “The Third Eye of Shiva”. Ishan has its roots in the word “ish” which means the invisible power that governs the universe.

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter K

NameMeaning
Kakasaheb काकासाहब
Kakasaheb is a kind of award.Which given to respected person in home or town.
Kalidas कालिदास
Means “servant of Kali” from the name of the Hindu goddess KALI combined with Sanskrit दास (dasa) “servant”. This was the name of a 4th-century Indian poet and dramatist
Kalyan कल्याण
Means “welfare, beautiful, lovely, auspicious, good fortune, happiness” in Sanskrit
Kama काम
Means “love, desire” in Sanskrit. Kama is the winged Hindu god of love, the son of Lakshmi
Kamadeva कामदेव
Kamadeva is the Hindu deity of love.Kamadeva is also a known as a name of Vishnu in Vishnu Purana and Bhagavata. It is also sometimes used as name of Shiva.
Kamal कमल
Sanskrit Means “lotus” or “pale red” in Sanskrit
Kanha कान्हा
Is a name of Krishna. Who is the eighth and principal avatar of Vishnu, often depicted as a handsome young man playing a flute.
Kanti कान्ति
Means “beauty, charm, loveliness, grace,” in Sanskrit. This is another name of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi
Kapil कपिल
Modern transcription of Kapila. Kapila means “reddish brown” in Sanskrit, derived from kapi “monkey”. In the Hindu epic the ‘Mahabharata’ this is the name of a sage who founded Samkhya
Kapila कपिला
Variant of Karna. Derived from Sanskrit karna meaning “ear”.
Karan करन
Variant of Karna. Derived from Sanskrit karna meaning “ear”.
Karana कर्ण
Variant of Karna. Derived from Sanskrit karna meaning “ear”. This is the name of the son of the Hindu sun god Surya and Kunti, who gave birth to him
Karna कर्ण
Derived from Sanskrit karna meaning “ear”. This is the name of the son of the Hindu sun god Surya and Kunti, who gave birth to him through her ear.
Kashinath काशीनाथ
Means “Lord of Kashi” In Sanskrit.
Kavi कवि
Kavi (from a root ku “to cry out”) is a Sanskrit term for thinker, intelligent man, man of understanding, leader, a wise man, sage, seer, prophet, a singer, poet
Kedar केदार
Means “invincible or powerful” in Sanskrit. Kedar can also be an entity that has such a powerful presence that it brings about calm and peacefulness
Kedarnath केदारनाथ
Means “Powerful Lord” – Nath meaning Lord and Kedar meaning Powerful. Lord Shiva is also known as Kedarnath
Keshava केशव
Keshava is a name of Krishna from within Hindu tradition. Keshava appears as the 23rd and 648th names in the Vishnu sahasranama. Lord Keshava consort is Keerti.
Kumar कुमार
Means “prince or an (unmarried) youth” in Sanskrit. It is a given name or family name.
Kunal कुनाल
The meaning of Kunal in Sanskrit is “bird with beautiful eyes” and if the name of a person it means “someone who sees beauty in everything”

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter L

Lakshman लक्ष्मण
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “having lucky marks” in Sanskrit. was the brother and close companion of Rama, and himself a hero in the famous epic Ramayana. In some Hindu traditions he is worshipped ……..

Lal लाल
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “to play, to caress” in Sanskrit. Also Lal means “garnet” or “ruby” in Persian, “ruby” in Pashto, and “red” in Hindustani. Also means “Lol” on internet talk. It is ……..

Lalit ललित
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “playful, charming, desirable, lovely, gentle” in Sanskrit……

Lambodar लम्बोदर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Lamb Means “perpendicular” and udar Means “abdomen, belly” so Lambodar Means “one who has a Pot Belly”, or literally “one who has a Hanging Belly” like a Lord Ganesh…..

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter M

Madhav माधव
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
According to Adi Shankara’s commentary on the Vishnu sahasranama, Madhav means the consort of Ma, or Mahalaksmi, the Mother of the universe. Alternatively, it means one who is fit to ……..

Madhavan माधवन
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Madhavan derivation of madhu means “sweet”. It is a common South Indian name for a male. ‘Madhavan’ is one of the thousands of names of the Hindu God ‘Krishna’……

Madhu मधु
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
From Sanskrit Madhu means “sweet, honey”. This is another name of Chaitra, the first month of the Hindu year (which occurs in March and April). Lord Vishnu is also referred ……..

Madhukar मधुकर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “Beloved, sweet like honey” in Sanskrit……

Madhur मधुर
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “sweet” in Sanskrit……

Mahadev महादेव
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed of the elements maha (great) and deva (a god): hence, “the great god.”(Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu)…..

Lord Vishnu, Shiva, Mahavira महावीर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “great hero” from Sanskrit maha means “great” and vira means “hero”. This was the name of the 6th-century BC founder of Jainism……

Mahendra महेंद्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “great Indra” from Sanskrit maha means “great” combined with the name of the Hindu god Indra(the King of God ).It is a name of Lord Vishnu……

Mahesh महश
Gender: Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed of the Sanskrit maha (great) and Isa (ruler): hence, “great ruler.” Mahesh is a name of Lord Shiva……

Mallikarjuna मल्लिकर्जुना
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Shiva and Parvati together here as “Arjuna” and “Mallika (A kind of Jasmine)”. So Mallikarjuna is a name of Lord Shiva. Mallikarjuna was Shilahara ruler of north Konkan……

Mandeep मंदीप
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “lamp of the mind” in Sanskrit……

Mangesh मंगेश
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Name of the Lord Shiva……

Mani मणि
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “jewel” in Sanskrit. In the Hindu epic the ‘Mahabharata’ this name is borne by a serpent and an attendant of Skanda. Mani is a masculine name of Persian origin. ……..

Maninder मिनदर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “lord of the mind”, derived from Sanskrit mani means “mind” combined with the name of the Hindu God Indra, used here to mean “lord”……

Manish मनीष
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit Derived from a Sanskrit word – “manishi” meaning “A scholar or an intellectual” Contrary to the popular belief , the name “Manish” is not composed of two words “man”(mana) which ……..

Manu मनु
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “thinking, wise” in Sanskrit. In Hinduism, Manu is a title accorded to the progenitor of mankind, first king to rule this earth, who saved mankind from the universal flood. …….

Mayur मयूर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Mayur means “peacock” in Sanskrit.Peacock is one of the sacred and highly sanctified birds of the Hindu mythology. It is a vahana(vehicle) of Sarasvati, the Goddess of speech and learning. ……..

Mitul मितुल
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit mita means “measured”……

Mukesh मुकेश
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “ruler of Muka” in Sanskrit. This is another name of the Hindu God Shiva, given to him because he killed Muka, a demon in the form of a wild ……..

Mukul मुकुल
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “bud of flower, blossoming” in Sanskrit……

Murali मरली
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “flute” in Sanskrit. This is another name of the Hindu God Krishna, given to him because he played the flute. Bansuri, also known as Murali, the flute played by ……..

Murari मुरारी
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Murari is a name of Krishna, an avatar of Vishnu in Hindu history……

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter N

Nagendra नागेन्द्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “lord of snakes” from Sanskrit naga meaning “snake” (also “elephant”) combined with the name of the Hindu god Indra(King of the Gods), used here to mean “lord”. This is ……..

Nala नल
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “stem” in Sanskrit. Nala, a character in Hindu mythology, is the king of Nishadha Kingdom, who marries, princess Damayanti, of Vidarbha Kingdom, and their story is told in the ……..

Nanda नंदा
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “joy” in Sanskrit. According to Puranas, Nanda is a name of the foster-father of Krishna, as well as various other characters. Nanda was also the name of a 4th-century ……..

Narayan नारायण
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
The name Narayana is a Sanskrit tatpurusha compound of nara (“human, man”) and ayana (“eternal, without ending”). Narayana, according to this etymology, is the one who moves in the infinite ……..

Narendra नरेन्द्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit Means “lord of men” from Sanskrit nara means “man” combined with the name of the Hindu god Indra, used here to mean “lord”……

Nataraja नटराजा
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Nataraja is two words. Nata + Raja. Nata means ‘balancer’and Raja means ‘King’. Nataraja means, ‘King of balance or cosmic balancer’. The god Shiva as the king of dancers and ……..

Navin नवीन
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “new” in Sanskrit……

Navneet नवनीत
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Punjabi
Derived from Sanskrit word “navaneet” means “butter”. It also means “one who is ever new”. It is of fairly recent creation and has been used for both boys and girls…..

Nikhil निखिल
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Nikhil is a Hindi and Sanskrit word that means “complete” or “universal”. Sanskrit fragmentation of the word yields: Ni (without), Kh (sky or boundary), L (agreed or liked). The word …….

Nilesh निलेश
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
‘Nilesh’ means ‘the Blue God’, and is one of the alternative names for Vishnu, “The Preserver.” ‘Nilesh’ also means “The Destroyer of Evil.” So it is alternative name for lord ……..

Ninad निनंद
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “sound, humming” in Sanskrit……

Niraj नीरज
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “illuminate” in Sanskrit. It is derived from “neere jayati iti” – ‘niraj’ i.e. the one that is born in water – ‘lotus or pearl’….

Nirav नीरव
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “quiet, calm” in Sanskrit…..

Nishant निशांत
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “end of night”, “dawn” or “the first ray of the morning sun” in Sanskrit. Compound name composed of the elements Nisha means ‘Night’ and ant(अन्त) means ‘End’. Alternatively, Nishant ……..

Nitin नितिन
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “moral” or “ethical” in Sanskrit. Nitin comes from the Sanskrit Root called as Nitya. Nitya means “order” or “regulatedness”. Nitin means that which exists in the regulated order. The ……..

Nitya नित्य
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “constant, everlasting, eternal, a regulated mode of expression and evolution” in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form Nitya(िनत्य) and the feminine form Nitya(िनत्या). Nitya is ……..

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter P

Punit पुनीत
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “cleaned, purified” in Sanskrit……

Purandar पुरेन्द्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means literally “king of mythology” from Sanskrit Puran means “mythology” combined with the name of the Hindu God INDRA, used here to mean “King”. Because Indra is the King of ……..

Purushottam पुरुषोत्तम
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “the best man” or “Supreme Purusha” from Sanskrit purusha means “man” and uttama means “highest”. This is another name of the Lord Rama, which is an avatar of Vishnu……

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter R

Radhakrishnan राधाकृष्णन
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Radhakrishnan is a the name of a combined deity form of both Krishna(कष्ण), the eighth avatar of Vishnu and his consort Radha(राधा)……

Raghu रघु
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “swift” in Sanskrit. This is the name of aancient king of AryAvarta, the great-grandfather of Rama. It is also mentioned as the name of a son of Buddha in ……..

Rahul राहुल
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Rahul means “Moon, Able/efficient” in Sanskrit. It is also referred as “conqueror of all miseries” in the Upanishads. Rahul is also attributed to the Buddha, who named his son Rahul ……..

Raj राज
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “king” or “prince” or “ruler” in Sanskrit……

Raja राजा
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “king” or “prince” or “ruler” in Sanskrit……

Rajan राजन
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit Derived from Sanskrit word “Raja” means “King or ruler”……

Rajendra राज
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed from the Sanskrit elements raja (king) and Indra, the chief god of the atmosphere, whose name connotes strength and might: hence, “mighty king” or “Indra the king.”…..

Rajesh राजेश
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Originates form the word Raja, which means king and Eshwar or the challenged power.The complete word Rajesh (Rajeshwer). Rajesh is a popular Nepali and Indian name……

Rajinder राजिंदर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from Rajender means “mighty king” or “Indra the king.”…..

Ramakant रमाकांत
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “Beloved of Rama or husband of Rama” in Sanskrit. Ramakant is combination of two words Rama(रमा) is name of Lakshmi and kant(कात) means “beloved or dear”. Ramakant means Beloved ……..

Ravindra रविन्द्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “lord of the sun” from Sanskrit रिव (ravi) “sun” combined with the name of the Hindu God Indra, used here to mean “lord”……

Ravishankar रविशंकर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Ravishankar is a name of Lord Shiva……

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter S

Shambhu शम्भू
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “helpful, kind, benevolent” in Sanskrit. Shambhu is a name of Lord Shiva……

Shankar शंकर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from the Sanskrit elements शम (sham) “auspicious,lucky, Beneficent, bliss-maker” and कर (kara) “making”. This is another name of the Hindu god Shiva. This was also the name of a ……..

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter U

Umakant उमाकांत
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed of the elements Uma(Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva) and Kant(dear,lover): hence, “Lover of Parvati.”(Lord Shiva)…..

Umanand उमानंद
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed of the elements Uma(Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva) and nand(rejoice): hence, “Rejoice(aanandita) of Parvati.”(Lord Shiva)…..

Umashankar उमाशंकर
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed of the elements Uma(Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva) and shankar(“Beneficent” or “Conferring Happiness”): hence, “Conferring Happiness of Parvati.”(Lord Shiva)…..

Umesh उमेश
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Compound name composed of the elements Uma(Name of Parvati) and isha(Lord, Master): hence, “Lord of Parvati(Lord Shiva).”…..

Upendra उपेन्द्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
“Upendra” referring to Vishnu as being the brother of Indra. Lord Vishnu is called Upendra because he appeared in the family of Aditi (Indra’s mother) in one of His incarnations, ……..

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter V

Veerendra वीरेंद्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit word Virendra means “Lord of courageous men” or “Lord of the brave” in Sanskrit.It is joining of two Sanskrit words – vira (meaning brave, courageous men) and ……..

Baby Boy Names in Sanskrit from Letter Y

Yadav यादव
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
In northern states of India Hindu (usually Ahir) name is from Sanskrit name Yadu. Yadav or Yadava are descendants ‘of Yadu’.. Yadu was a legendary Hindu king, believed to be ……..

Yadu यदु
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
According to Rig veda,Yadu is an anciet king and the eldest son of mythological king Yayati and Devayani.He is the prince of Lunar (moon) dynasty.from chandra Chandrawanshi and in Sanskrit ……..

Yajat यजत
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
The Sanskrit word YajatMeans “one who performs sacrifice” in Sanskrit. Yajat is a name of Lord Shiva. The Indian name Yajat means – other name for the Hindu god Shiva…..

Yatindra यतीन्द्र
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “God Indra; literally king of ascetic(tapasvin)” from Sanskrit (yatin)”ascetic” combined with the name of the Hindu god INDRA, used here to mean “King”. Because Indra is the King of ……..

Yogesh योगश
Gender : Boy
Origin: Sanskrit
Yogesh is a common Hindu name for males. It is formed from two words: Yoga-Ish (Ish means God). The name literally means “God of Yoga”/god as Shiva……

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Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter A

Aarna आरना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “wave, ocean” in Sanskrit. Aarna is also name of Goddess Lakshmi, the daughter of the king of the milky ocean……

Abha आभा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Splendour, luminous, shine, glow, lustrous beauty, blaze, glamour, appearance…..

Abhilasha अभिलाषा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Desire, wish, aspiration, affection, ambition…..

Aditi अदिति
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Mother of all Gods, Boundless, Entire, Freedom, Limitless, Unbroken. Means ‘the Infinite’ is a Hindu goddess of the sky, consciousness, the past, the future and fertility……

Aishwarya ऐश्वर्या
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means power, wealth, prosperity/richness in Sanskrit……

Akanksha आकांक्षा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Wish, Desire, Ambition, Hope…..

Akshata अक्षता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Akshta in Sanskrit means “unbroken or unhusked”. By tradition and convention husked rice colored with saffron and vermilion is used. There are two kinds of Akshatas: 1) colored rice consecrated ……..

Alka अलका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “A Girl with a lovely long hair” or “Youth”……

Amala अमला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit word (amala) meaning “clean, most pure”……

Amba अम्बा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Amba (meaning “mother” in Sanskrit) is another name for Goddess Durga or Parvati, consort of Lord Shiva……

Ambika अम्बिका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “Mother” in Sanskrit. Ambika was the daughter of King of Kashi and wife of Vichitravirya, King of Hastinapur.It is a another name of Goddess Durga. Ambika or Ambika Devi ……..

Amita अमिता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Amit. Means boundless, Limitless, That which has no limits, Infinite. Amitaya, in Hinduism means infinite or immeasurable or boundless. It is one of the 108 names of ……..

Amrita अमृता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Amrit. Amrita or Amrit is a Sanskrit word that literally means “without death”, and is often referred to in texts as nectar, means “immortal”, “ambrosia”, “immortal”. In ……..

Anahita अनाहिता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
From Vedic sanskrit Anahita means who nurture crops and herds. Anahita also means immaculate that is pure.She is the Ancient Persian Goddess of water,fertility, war,and patroness of women……

Ananda अनंदा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Anand. The word ‘Ananda’ means bliss, happiness, delight, happiness, sensual pleasure, sensual joy, beatitude in Pali, Sanskrit as well as other Indian languages. It is a popular ……..

Anandi आनंदी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Anand, means Merrisome, Full of smiles, rejoiced, sensual pleasure and joy…..

Anika अनिका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “collection, group, mass, face, appearance” in Sanskrit.It is name of Goddess Durga……

Anila अनिला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Anil. Derived from Sanskrit अिनल means “air, wind”. In Hinduism, Anila (Wind in Sanskrit) is one of the eight Vasus, gods of the elements of the cosmos. ……..

Anisha अनिषा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Anisha signifies continuum and uninterrupted perpetual process that never stops, one which has an everlasting flame for eternity. Anisha is also one of the names of Goddess Laxmi, in Indian ……..

Anita अनीता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Anita means “full of Grace, mercy, favour, variety , a leader, Without guile”…..

Anjali अंजलि
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit divine offering, means to god as well as to help people in need, offering with both hands, offering with devotion…..

Ankita अंकिता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from sanskrit word Ankit = Ank (A number or a mark) + kta pratyay (suffix) = Meaning marked = Marked for prominance. A prominent person, a notable person, a

Anuja अनुजा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Younger sister, little sister……

Anuradha अनुराधा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
In Hinduism, Anuradha (Sanskrit: अनराधा, Anurādhā) is a goddess of good luck. Anuradha is the 17th nakshatra.Adrusta Devatha…..

Anushree अनुश्री
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “The Pretty One or goddess of wealth” in Sanskrit. Anushree is also name of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth……

Aparna अपर्णा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Literally, ‘without leaves’. The story goes that Goddess Parvati in her human form meditated on the Lord with such intensity that she did not eat even so much as a ……..

Archana अर्चना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “honouring, praising, Worshipping one, dedication”. This is the name of a Hindu ritual……

Arpita अिपता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Drived from Sanskrit word ‘Arpit’ means to dedicate, give in, or devote something to someone out of respect with complete faith. A person named ‘अिपता (girl)’, means someone whose life ……..

Aruna अरुणा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Aruna or Arun refers to the charioteer of the Sun, including the rising Sun. Aruna refers to the redness of the rising Sun, which is believed to have spiritual powers. ……..

Arundhati अरुंधती
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
The name of a star (also called Alcor), which was named after a type of climbing plant, possibly meaning “not restrained” in Sanskrit. In Hindu mythology it is borne by ……..

Asha आशा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
meaning “wish, desire, hope, expectation, prospect”……

Ashwini अश्विनी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine of “Ashwin”. Which is derived from Sanskrit word “Ashvin” means “possessor of horses”, “horse tamer”, “cavalier” in Sanskrit.Ashvin is the first Nakshatra and the sixth month of the Bengali ……..

Avani अवनी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
The meaning of Avani is Earth…..

Avanti अवन्ती
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
From the name of an ancient kingdom of central India which had its capital at Ujjain. In Italian “avanti” means “to look ahead” and “move forward”……

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter B

Bhargavi भार्गवी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “radiant, charming and beautiful” in Sanskrit.Bhargavi (Telugu), also known as Savitri, Gayatri, and Saraswati in Ancient Hindu customs of Goddess worship. In ancient India, Sage Bhrigu was Shiva’s devotee. ……..

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter C

Chetana चेतना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Chetan and Chetan means “life”, “spirit”, “visible”, “conscious”, “soul” in Sanskrit……

Chitra चित्रा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
chitra means a painting .One who paints is chitrakar.Chitra is one of the nakshatra.It is also a common hindu name for the female child in India ……

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter D

Deepali दीपाली
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
The name literally means “Row of Lamps” in Sanskrit. Deepali is someone who brings Love, Joy, Happiness into Ones life. for deepali means a ray of hope into ones life. ……..

Deepti दीप्ति
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
From Sanskrit, this means light, glow, shine, or one who spreads light to people around.It basically means a bright flame that blinds the eye. It also means “brilliance”, it is ……..

Devi देवी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Sanskrit word for Goddess.Devi is synonymous with Shakti, the female aspect of the divine, as conceptualized by the Shakta tradition of Hinduism. She is the female counterpart without whom the ……..

Devika देविका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “little goddess” from Sanskrit……

Dipika दीपिका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Sanskrit word meaning a little light; or source of light……

Divya दिव्या
Gender : Girl
Origin: Hindu
Means divine or divine brilliance and is used to signify a powerful divine force……

Durga दुर्गा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “the inaccessible” or “the invincible” is a form of Devi, the supreme goddess. Goddess Durga is considered by Hindus to be the mother of Ganesha, and Kartikeya.She is thus …….. 

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter E

Ekta एकता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “unity, identity” in Sanskrit……

Esha ईशा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “desire, wish, Pleasures”…..

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter H

Harshal हर्शल
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit (Harsha)meaning “happiness, delight, joy, pleasure, bristling”…..

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter H

Ila इला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “earth” or “speech” in Sanskrit. The daughter of Manu……

Indira इंदिरा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “beauty, splendour” in Sanskrit. This is another name of Lakshmi, the wife of the Hindu God Vishnu……

Indrani इन्द्राणी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Indrani was Indra’s wife and consort; in the early Vedic accounts she was merely a female shadow of him. She is sometimes referred to as the goddess of beauty and ……..

Indu इंदु
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “bright drop” in Sanskrit. This is a name for the moon……

Ishani इशानी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Female consort of Ishan. Means “lord, master, ruler, northeast direction” in Sanskrit. In Hindu tradition, Ishaan is the guardian of the north-easter direction. He is often identified with the deity …….

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter K

Kajal काजल
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “kohl, medical lotion” in Sanskrit……

Kali काली
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Kali is Hindu goddess associated with death and destruction. The name Kali means “black”, but has by folk etymology come to mean “force of time (kala)”. Despite her negative connotations, ……..

Kalika कलिका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “bud or unknown flower” in Sanskrit……

Kalpana कल्पना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “imagining, fantasy” in Sanskrit. Kalpana is the name of the Hindu goddess Saraswati……

Kalyani कल्याणी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Kalyan means “welfare, beautiful, lovely, auspicious, good fortune, happiness” in Sanskrit. In Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata’ it is the name of one of the Krittikas, or Pleiades. It ……..

Kamal कमल
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “lotus” or “pale red” in Sanskrit……

Kamala कमला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of kamal(means “lotus” or “pale red”). This is the name of one of the Krittikas, or Pleiades, in Hindu epic the ‘Mahabharata’. It is also another name of ……..

Kanchana कंचना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “golden” in Sanskrit……

Kanta कांता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “desired, beautiful, lovely woman” in Sanskrit……

Kanti कान्ति
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “beauty, charm, loveliness, grace,” in Sanskrit. This is another name of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi……

Karishma करिश्मा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Hindi
The word “karishma” translates as “miracle”, in Hindi……

Kashi काशी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
From the name of a holy city in India, famous for its many temples dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva. Its name is derived from Sanskrit Kashi means “shining”……

Kaur कौर
Gender : Girl
Origin: Hindi
Kaur in Sikhism (meaning: “Princess or Lioness”) is a mandatory middle name or last name for female Sikhs, in the same way as Singh is for male Sikhs……

Kaushalya कौशल्या
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “skill, wellness” in Sanskrit. Kaushalya, in the Hindu epic Ramayana, was the eldest of King Dasaratha’s three wives and a queen of Ayodhya. She was the mother of Rāma……

Kaveri कावेरी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Hindi
From the name of the Kaveri River in southern India……

Kavita कविता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “poem” in Sanskrit……

Kumari कुमारी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Kumari literally means virgin in Sanskrit and was the name of the goddess Durga as a child. Shakti is worshiped as a virgin……

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter L

Lakshmi लक्ष्मी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “fortune, prosperity, wealth, beauty, lustre, sign” in Sanskrit. This is the name of the Hindu goddess of prosperity, good luck, good fortune, Love and beauty. She is the wife ……..

Lalita ललिता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Lalit(means “playful, charming, desirable, lovely, gentle”). In Hindu legend this is the name of one of the playmates of the young Krishna. Etymologically, “Lalita” also means “She ……..

Lata लता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “vine, creeping plant” in Sanskrit……

Lavanya लावण्या
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “beauty, charm, grace” in Sanskrit……

Lila लीला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Lila or Leela is a concept within Hinduism literally meaning “pastime”, “sport” or “play”……

Lilavati लीलावती
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “beautiful and charming woman” in Sanskrit. The word Lilavati itself means beautiful or one possessing beauty (lila-beautiful, vati-female possessing the quality)……

Lina लीना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “absorbed, united” in Sanskrit…… Add to my list Categories: Bharani – Pada 1 (ली Li), Goddess, Mesh (March/April), Lochan लोचन Gender : Boy Origin: Sanskrit Means “the eye or sight” in Sanskrit……

Lochana लोचना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Feminine form of Lochan. Lochan means “the eye or sight” in Sanskrit……

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter M

Madhavi माधवी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Madhava (means One who is the Lord of “Ma” or knowledge). This is another name of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi……

Madhu मधु
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
From Sanskrit Madhu means “sweet, honey”. This is another name of Chaitra, the first month of the Hindu year (which occurs in March and April). Lord Vishnu is also referred ……..

Madhur मधुर
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “sweet” in Sanskrit……

Madhuri माधुरी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “sweetness” in Sanskrit……

Mala माला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “necklace” in Sanskrit……

Malati मालती
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “jasmine” in Sanskrit……

Manisha मनीषा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “Wish, Desire” in Sanskrit.Manisha is the Hindu Goddess of the mind. A girl with the name Manisha is considered to be beautiful and smart……

Manju मंजू
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Manju is a Sanskrit word meaning “pleasing”, “sweet”, “lovely” or “beautiful”, and in Tamil its meaning is “Clouds(Megam)”. In Kannada Manju(word) means Fog/Snow……

Manjula मंजुला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
It is a Sanskrit word means soft, beautiful voice……

Manjusha मञ्जषा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “basket, casket, box” in Sanskrit……

Maya माया
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “illusion” in Sanskrit and a concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. In Buddhist tradition this is a name of the mother of Siddhartha Gautama (the Buddha). It is ……..

Meena मीना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “fish” in Sanskrit. This is the name of the daughter of the Hindu Goddess Usha as well as the daughter of the God Kubera. Also “Mina”, means “precious stone” ……..

Meenakshi मिनाक्षी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Meaning “fish eyed” from the Sanskrit words Meen (meaning fish) and akshi (meaning eyes). Meenakshi is a Hindu deity – sister of Lord Vishnu and wife of Lord Shiva – ……..

Meera मीरा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “sea, ocean” in Sanskrit. This was the name of a 16th-century Indian princess who devoted her life to the God Krishna. It is also used as a short form ……..

Minali मिनाली
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “fish catcher” in Sanskrit……

Mukta मुक्ता
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “liberated, pearl” in Sanskrit……

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter N

Nanda नंदा
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “joy” in Sanskrit. According to Puranas, Nanda is a name of the foster-father of Krishna, as well as various other characters. Nanda was also the name of a 4th-century ……..

Nandini नंदिनी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
In Sanskrit, it means daughter. The root, nand, refers to delight, pleasure, enjoyment. In Hindu mythology, Nandini (“the enjoying”) is the name of a wish-granting cow, the child of Kamadhenu ……..

Navneet नवनीत
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Punjabi
Derived from Sanskrit word “navaneet” means “butter”. It also means “one who is ever new”. It is of fairly recent creation and has been used for both boys and girls……

Neelam नीलम
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “blue or sapphire” in Sanskrit and it symbolizes luck. According to superstition in India if the name fits a person it brings fortune, but if it does not it ……..

Neha नेहा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “Love and affection” in Sanskrit……

Nikhila निखिला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine form of Nikhil. Nikhil means “complete” or “universal”……

Nila नीला
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “dark blue” in Sanskrit……

Niranjana निरंजना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine name of ‘Niranjan’. The literal meaning in Sanskrit “Fearless”. Niranjan is combination of Nir means ‘Without’ and Anjan means ‘fear’, also in Sanskrit “Anjan” means “MAYA” as in the ……..

Nirja नीरजा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “Lotus” in Sanskrit. Its origin is Sanskrit… neere jayati iti – ‘niraj’ i.e. the one that is born in water – ‘lotus’ . It is a name of Goddess ……..

Nisha निशा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “night” in Sanskrit……

Nitika नीतिका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit word Niti means “morality, right behaviour, politics”…..

Nitya नित्या
Gender : Boy/Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “constant, everlasting, eternal, a regulated mode of expression and evolution” in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form Nitya(िनत्य) and the feminine form Nitya(िनत्या). Nitya is ……..

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter P

Poornima पूर्णिमा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “full moon night or day of full moon” in Sanskrit……

Purnima पूर्णिमा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “full moon night or day of full moon” in Sanskrit……

Pushpa पुष्पा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “flower” in Sanskrit……

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter R

Rachna रचना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Derived from Sanskrit word Rachana means “creation, arrangement, composition”……

Radha राधा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit Means “success” in Sanskrit. This is the name of the favourite consort of the Hindu god Krishna……

Rajani रजनी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “night or the dark one” in Sanskrit. This is another name of the Hindu Goddess Kali or Durga. Rajani means also ‘queen’ in Sanskrit……

Rajshree राजश्री
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Originates form the word Raja, which means king and shri means wealth, beauty or good fortune.So Rajshri means “King of good fortune” or “King of wealth”. It also means “Royalty”. …….

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter S

Shailaja शैलजा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Means “daughter of the mountain (I.e., river)” in Sanskrit, from (shaila)”mountain” and (ja)”born”. This is another name of the Hindu goddess Parvati……

Shambhavi शाम्भवी
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Feminine of Shambhu. Shambhu means “helpful, kind, benevolent” in Sanskrit. Shambhu is a name of Lord Shiva. Shambhavi is a wife of Shiva. Shambhavi is a name of Goddess Durga. …….

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter U

Uma उमा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
In Hindu myth, Uma is one of the appellations of the goddess Parvati as “light” or “splendor,” embodying great beauty and divine wisdom, both Uma and Parvati wives of god ……..

Umika उमिका
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Goddess Parvati…..

Baby Girl Names in Sanskrit from Letter Y

Yamuna यमुना
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
Yamuna means the sacred river.The name is possibly derived from the name of goddess YAMI.The Yamuna (Sanskrit: यमना, sometimes called Jamuna or Jumna) is a major tributary river of the ……..

Yashoda यशोदा
Gender : Girl
Origin: Sanskrit
In Purana, Yashoda was wife of Nanda and foster-mother of Krishna. Yashoda also played an important role in the upbrinding of Balarama (the son of Rohini) and his sister Subhadra……

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