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Indian Baby Boys Names

Aabha - light
Aabharan - Jewel
Aabheer - a cow herd
Aabher - a cow herd
Aadarsh - One who has principles
Aadesh - command; message
Aadhishankar - Sri Shankaracharya; founder of Adwaitha Philosophy
Aadhunik - modern; new
Aadi - first; most important
Aadinath - God; Supreme Ruler of the Universe; the first God
Aaditey - Son of Aditi
Aafreen - encouragement
Aagney - son of the Fire God
Aahlaad - delight
Aahlaadith - Joyous person
Aahwaanith - one who has been invited;wanted
Aakanksh - Desire
Aakar - form; shape
Aakash - the sky; vast like the sky
Aalam - ruler; king; the whole world
Aalap - musical prelude
Aalok - Cry of victory
Aamod - Pleasant.Accept
Aandaleeb - The Bulbul bird
Aashish - blessings; Aashirwad
Aatish - Explosive; a Dynamic person
Abhay - fearless
Abhayananda - one who is delights in remaining fearless
Abhayaprada - bestower of safety; another name for Vishnu
Abheek - fearless
Abhibhava - overpowering; powerful; victorious
Abhichandra - moon like face; one of the 7 Manus of the Sevtambara jaina sect
Abhidi - radiant
Abhihita - ___expression; word; name
Abhijat - Noble; wise
Abhijaya - conquest; complete victory
Abhijit - victorious
Abhijvala - blazing forth
Abhilash - desire
Abhimand - gladdening
Abhimani - full of pride; another name for Agni as the eldest son of Brahma
Abhimanyu - Arjuna's son
Abhimanyusuta - son or Abhimanyu
Abhimoda - joy; delight
Abhinabhas - renowned; famous
Abhinanda - to rejoice; to celebrate; to praise; to bless; delight
Abhinandana - felicitous; welcoming
Abhinatha - lord of desires; another name for kama
Abhinav - novel
Abhinava - new; young; fresh; modern; a sakta notable for his spiritual attainment
Abhirup - pleasing
Abhishek - an auspicious bath for a deity; anointing
Abhisoka - passionate; loving
Abhisumat - radiant; another name for sun
Abhisyanta - splendid; a son of Kuru and Vahini
Abhivira - surrounded by heroes; a commander
Abhra - cloud
Abhrakasin - with clouds for shelter; an ascetic
Abhyagni - towards the fire; a son of Aitasa
Abhyudaya - sunrise; elevation; increase; prosperity
Abhyudita - elevated; risen; prosperous
Abjayoni - born of the lotus; another name for Brahma
Abjit - conquering water
Acaryatanaya - son of the teacher; another name for Aswatthama
Achal - constant
Achalapati - lord of the immovable; lord of mountain
Achalendra - lord of the immovable; the Himalayas
Achalesvara - god of the immovable; another name for Shiva
Achanda - not of the hot temper; without anger; gentle
Acharya - teacher; another name for Drona; Asvaghosa and Krpa
Acharyanandana - son of the teacher; another name for Aswatthama
Acharyasuta - son of the teacher; another name for Aswatthama
Achindra - flawless; uninterrupted; perfect
Achintya - inconceivable; a name of Lord Shiva; beyond comprehension
Achyut - imperishable; indestructible; a name of Vishnu
Achyuta - indestructible
Achyutaraya - worshipper of the infallible; a devotee of Vishnu
Adalarasu - king of dance
Adarsh - ideal
Adesh - command
Adhik - greater
Adhikara - principal; controller; right
Adhipa - king; ruler
Adhita - a scholar
Adikavi - first poet
Adil - sincere; just
Adinath - the first lord; Lord Vishnu
Adit - from the beginning
Aditeya - another name for the sun
Aditya - the sun
Adityanandana - son of the sun
Adityavardhana - augmented by glory
Adripathi - master of the mountains
Adwaita - non-duality
Adway - one; united
Aftab - the sun
Agasti - name of a sage
Agha - pre-eminent
Agharna - the moon
Aghat - destroyer of sin
Agneya - son of agni
Agnikumara - son of agni
Agniprava - bright as the fire
Agrim - leader; first
Agriya - first best
Ahsan - mercy
Aijaz - favour
Aiman - fearless
Ainesh - the sun's glory
Ajamil - a mythological king
Ajatashatru - without enemies
Ajay - invincible; unconquerable
Ajeet - unconquerable
Ajendra - king of mountains
Ajinkya - invincible
Ajit - invincible
Ajitabh - one who has conquered the sky
Ajitesh - Vishnu
Ajmal - pious
Akalmash - stainless; pure
Akash - the sky
Akbar - powerful
Akhil - complete
Akhilesh - lord of all
Akmal - complete
Akram - excellent
Akroor - kind
Akshan - eye
Akshar - imperishable
Akshat - uninjurable
Akshath - indestructible
Akshay - indestructible
Akshit - permanent
Akul - a name of Lord Shiva
Alagan - handsome
Alagarasu - handsome king; King of beauty
Alam - the whole world
Alamgir - the lord of the whole world
Aleem - knowledgeable
Alhad - joy
Ali - protected by god
Alok - cry of victory; lovely hair
Aloke - light
Amaanath - treasure
Amal - unblemished; pure
Amalendu - the unblemished moon
Amalesh - the pure one
Amanda - active
Amar - forever; immortal
Amartya - immortal
Ambar - sky
Ambarish - the sky
Amber - the sky
Ambuj - lotus
Ameya - immeasurable; boundless
Amil - invaluable
Amin - divine grace
Amish - honest
Amit - without limit; endless
Amitabh - limitless lustre; name of Lord Buddha
Amitava - same as Amitabh
Amitbikram - limitless prowess
Amitesh - one who is Infinite; God
Amitiyoti - limitless brightness
Amitrasudan - destroyer of enemies
Amiya - nectar; delight
Amlan - unfading; everbright
Amlankusum - everlasting flower
Ammar - the maker
Amod - pleasure
Amogh - unerring; a name of Lord Ganesh
Amoha - clear; straight
Amoha - clear; straight
Amol - priceless
Amolik - priceless
Amrit - nectar
Amulya - priceless
Anadi - eternal
Anal - fire
Anamitra - the sun
Anand - joy; happiness
Ananga - name of Cupid or Kamadeva
Ananmaya - one who cannot be broken
Anant - infinite
Anantram - the eternal; god
Anarghya - priceless
Anbarasu - king of love
Anbu - love; kindness
Anbuchelvan - kind; king of love
Anbumadi - kind and intelligent
Anbuselvan - kind; king of love
Angad - an ornament
Angada - bracelet
Angamuthu - made of pearls
Anil - god of wind
Animish - open-eyed therefore attractive
Anirudh - free; grandson of Lord Krishna
Anirudhha - cooperative
Anirvan - undying
Anisa - supreme
Anish - supreme; Lord Vishnu; Lord Shiva
Aniteja - Immeasurable splendour
Anjasa - guileless; deceitless
Anjum - a token
Anjuman - a token; a sumbol
Ankit - conquered
Ankur - sprout; new life
Ankush - check
Anmol - priceless
Anoop - without comparison
Anshu - the sun
Anshul - radiant
Anshuman - the sun
Anshumat - luminous
Anugya - authority
Anuha - satisfied
Anuj - younger brother
Anunay - supplication; consolation
Anup - without comparison
Anupam - incomparable
Anuraag - love; attachment; devotion
Anurag - love; attachment; devotion
Anuttam - unsurpassed
Anwar - devotee of God
Apoorva - quite new
Apparajito - undefeated
Apurva - unique
Arav - peaceful
Aravali - righteous
Archan - worship
Archit - worshipped
Ardhendu - half moon
Arghya - offering to the Lord
Arihant - destroyer of enemies
Arijit - conquering enemies
Arindam - destroyer of enemies
Arivalagan - intelligent and handsome
Arivali - smart; intelligent
Arivarasu - king of wisdom
Arivoli - glowing with intelligence
Arivuchelvan - one whose wealth is his wisdom
Arivumadhi - intelligent
Arivunambi - confident and intelligent
Arjit - earned
Arjun - Pandava prince; bright; peacock
Arjun - peacock
Arka - the sun
Arnav - ocean; sea
Arnesh - lord of the sea
Arokya - very pious; healthy
Aroon - mythological - charioteer of the sun; dawn
Arshad - pious
Arul - the lord's grace; lord's blessings
Arulchelvan - blessed
Arulselvan - blessed
Arumugan - one with 6 faces - lord Murugan
Arun - mythological - charioteer of the sun; dawn
Aruni - name of a devoted pupil
Arvind - lotus
Arvinda - lotus
Arya - honoured; noble
Aryaman - the sun
Aryan - from a high race
Asao - essence
Aseem - limitless
Asgar - devotee
Ashis - benediction; blessings
Ashok - without grief
Ashraf - without grief
Ashu - quick
Ashutosh - Lord Shiva
Ashwatthama - fiery tempered
Ashwin - a cavalier; a Hindu month
Asija - brother of Sage Brihaspathi
Asim - limitless
Asit - the planet
Aslam - greeting
Aslesh - embrance
Atal - immoveable
Atanu - Cupid
Atharvan - one of the four Vedas
Athiya - to surpass
Atma - soul
Atmaja - son
Atmajyoti - inner light; light of the soul
Atmananda - bliss of soul
Atralarasu - skillfull king or leader
Atre - the son of sage Atri to whom Dattatreya was born
Atul Atulya - matchless; incomparable
Avadhesh - King Dasaratha
Avanindra - lord of the earth
Avanish - lord of the earth
Avatar - incarnation
Avikshit - never seen before
Avinash - indestructible
Avkash - limitless space
Ayog - institution
Ayush - duration of life; a divine personification presiding over life
Ayyappa - southern deity; ever youthful
Azeez - friend
Azhar - famous
Azzam - the lord; Almighty
Badal - cloud; rain
Badri - Lord Vishnu
Badrinath - Lord of Mt.Badri
Badriprasad - Lord Bhadri's gift
Bahubali - a Jain Tirthakar
Bahuleya - Lord Kartikeya
Bajrang - a name of Lord Hanuman
Balaaditya - young sun
Balachandra - young moon
Balagopal - baby krishna
Balagovind - baby Krishna
Balaji - Lord Vishnu Balaraj - strong
Balakrishna - baby Krishna
Balamani - young jewel
Balamohan - one who is attractive
Balamohan(one who is attractive;
Balaram - the brother of Lord Krishna
Balbir - strong Baldev - strong
Baldev - godlike in power
Balram - Krishna's brother
Balvindra - strong
Balwant - strong
Banbihari - Lord Krishna
Bandhu - friend
Bandhul - pleasing
Bankebihari - Lord Krishna
Bankim - curved
Bankimchandra - crescent moon
Bansi - flute
Bansilal - Lord Krishna
Barid - cloud
Baridbaran - colour of the cloud
Barindra - the ocean
Barun - Lord of the Sea
Basanta - spring
Bashir - harbinger of good things
Basistha - a sage
Basudha - earth
Bhadrak - handsome
Bhadraksh - one with beautiful eyes
Bhagirath - one who brought river Ganga to the earth
Bhagwant - fortunate
Bhagyaraj - lord of luck
Bhairav - Lord Shiva
Bhajan - adoration
Bhanu - sun
Bhanu - the sun
Bhanudas - a devotee of the sun
Bhanuprasad - gift of sun
Bharadwaj - a sage; a mythical bird
Bharat - India; universal monarch
Bhargava - Lord Shiva
Bhaskar - sun
Bhaskar - the sun
Bhaumik - attached to the earth
Bhavesh - lord of the world
Bhim - powerful
Bhishma - one who has taken a terrible vow
Bhooshan - decoration
Bhooshit - decorated
Bhrij - Lord Krishna
Bhudev - lord of the earth
Bhupen - king
Bhupendra - king of kings
Bhushan - ornament
Bhuvan - palace; one of the three worlds
Bhuvanesh - lord of the worlds
Bibek - conscience
Bibhas - a raga
Bibhavasu - the sun; fire
Bikram - prowess
Bilva - a sacred leaf
Bimal - pure
Bindusar - an excellent pearl
Bipin - forest
Bitasok - one who does not mourn
Bodhan - kindling
Boudhayan - the name of a sage
Brahmabrata - ascetic
Brahmadutt - dedicated to Lord Brahma
Bratindra - devoted to right deeds
Brijesh - god of the land of Brij
Brijmohan - Krishna
Buddhadev - wise person
Buddhadeva - wise; Gautama Buddha
Budhil - learned
Chaitanya - life; knowledge
Chakor - a bird enamoured of the moon
Chakrapani - Lord Vishnu
Chakshu - eye
Chaman - garden
Chamanlal - garden
Champak - a flower
Chanchal - restless
Chandak - the moon
Chandan - sandalwood
Chandra - the moon
Chandrachur - Lord Shiva
Chandrahas - bow of Shiva
Chandrak - peacock feather
Chandrakanta - the moon
Chandrakishore - the moon
Chandrakumar - the moon
Chandramohan - attractive like the moon
Chandran - the moon
Chandranath - the moon
Chandraraj - moonbeam
Chandrashekhar - one who holds moon in his hair - Shiva
Chandrashekhar - one who holds moon in his hair; Lord Shiva
Chandresh - lord of the moon
Chapal - quick
Charan - feet
Charanjit - one who has won over the lord
Charudutta - born of beauty
Chaturbhuj - strong; broad shouldered
Chetan - consciousness; life
Chetana - consciousness
Chhandak - the charioteer of Lord Buddha
Chidambar - one whose heart is as vast as the sky
Chidananda - Lord Shiva
Chinmay - full of knowledge
Chinmayananda - blissful
Chintamani - philosopher' s stone
Chirag - lamp
Chiranjeev - longlived
Chirantan - immortal
Chirayu - immortal
Chitrabhanu - fire
Chitraksh - beautiful eyed
Chitral - of variegated colour
Chitrarath - the sun
Chitrasen - a king of Gandharvas
Chitta - mind
Chittaprasad - happiness
Chittaranjan - one who pleases the mind
Chittaswarup - the supreme spirit
Chittesh - lord of the soul
Chudamani - jewel adorned by the gods
Dabeet - warrior
Dakshesh - Shiva
Daman - one who controls
Damian - tamer
Damodar - Lord Ganapati
Darpak - Kamdev; god of love
Darpan - a mirror
Darshan - religious text
Daruka - deodar tree
Dasharath - the father of Lord Rama
Dattatreya - a son of Atri; a god
Dayanand - one who prefers being merciful
Debashis - benediction of god
Debashish - pleased by gods
Deenabandhu - friend of the poor
Deep - a lamp
Deepak - lustrous
Deepan - lighting up
Deepankar - lord of light
Deependra - lord of light
Deependu - bright moon
Deepesh - lord of light
Deepit - lighted
Deeptanshu - the sun
Deeptendu - bright moon
Deeptiman - lustrous
Deeptimoy - lustrous
Dev - God; king
Dev Kumar - son of gods
Devabrata - a name of Bhisma
Devadas - follower of God
Devadutt - gift of god
Devajyoti - brightness of the Lord
Devak - divine
Devanand - joy of god
Devang - part of god
Devarsi - sage of the Devas
Devdas - servant of god
Devdutta - king
Devendra - Lord Indra
Devesh - Lord Shiva
Deveshwar - Lord Shiva
Devilal - son of godess
Deviprasad - gift of godess
Devnarayan - king
Devnath - King of gods
Devraj - king of gods
Dhananjay - one who wins wealth
Dhanesh - lord of wealth
Dhanraj - Lord Kuber
Dhansukh - wealthy; happy
Dhanvant - wealthy
Dharanidhar - Shesh - the cosmic serpent
Dharma - law - religious
Dharmadas - one who serves his religion
Dharmadev - lord of law
Dharmanand - one who takes pleasure in his religion
Dharmendra - king of religion
Dharmendu - light of religion
Dharmesh - master of religion
Dharmpal - protector of his religion
Dharmveer - religious
Dhaval - fair complexioned
Dhawal - white
Dheeman - intelligent
Dheemant - wise; intelligent
Dheer - gentle
Dheerendra - god of courage
Dhiraj - emperor
Dhiren - one who is strong
Dhirendra - lord of the brave
Dhritiman - patient
Dhruv - pole star
Dhruva - unshakeable the Pole Star
Dhwani - sound
Dhyanesh - meditative
Digamber - nacked
Dilawar - brave
Dilip - a king; ancestor of Rama
Dinanath - protector
Dinar - gold coin
Dindayal - kindto the poor
Dinesh - sun; god of the day
Dinkar - sun
Divakar - the sun
Divyanga - divine body
Divyendu - the moon
Divyesh - sun
Drupad - a king; father of Draupadi
Dulal - dear one
Duranjaya - a heroic son
Durjaya - difficult to conquer
Dushyanta - a king from the epic Mahabharata
Dwaipayan - the sage Vyasa
Dwijaraj - king of Brahmins; the moon
Dwijendra - king of Brahmins; the moon
Dwijesh - river
Ekalavya - renowned for devotion to his guru
Ekalinga - Shiva
Ekambar - sky
Ekanath - king
Ekanga - bogyguard
Eknath - poet; saint
Ekram - honour
Eshwar - Lord Shiva
Faiyaz - artistic
Faiz - gain
Falak - the sky
Falguni - born in the Hindu month of Falgun
Fanibhusan - Lord Shiva
Fanindra - the cosmic serpent Shesh
Fanish - the cosmic serpent Shesh
Fanishwar - lord of serpents; Vasuki
Faraz - equitable
Farhad - happiness
Farhat - happiness
Farid - wide
Farokh - power of discrimination
Fateh - victory
Fatik - crystal
Firdaus - paradise
Firoz - name of a king
Gagan - sky; heaven
Gaganvihari - one who stays in heaven
Gajanan - one with elephant face
Gajanand - Lord Ganesh
Gajendra - the king of elephants
Ganapati - Lord Ganesh
Ganaraj - lord of the clan
Gandharva - celestial musician
Gandhik - fragant
Ganesh - son of Lord Shiva and Parvati
Gangadhar - Shiva
Gangadutt - gift of Ganga
Gangesh - Lord Shiva
Gangeya - of the Ganga
Gangol - a precious
Gaurang - fair complexioned
Gaurav - honour; pride; respect
Gaurinath - Lord Shiva
Gautam - Lord Buddha
Geet - excellent
Ghanashyam - Lord Krishna
Giri - mountain
Giridari - Lord Krishna
Giridhar - Lord Krishna
Giridhar - one who holds mountain - Krishna
Girik - Lord Shiva
Girilal - Lord Shiva
Girindra - Lord Shiva
Giriraj - lord of mountain
Girish - Lord Shiva
Gokul - a place where Lord Krishna was brought up
Gopal - Lord Krishna; protector of cows
Gopan - protection
Gopesh - Lord Krishna
Gopichand - name of a king
Gorakh - cowherd
Gourishankar - Mount Everest
Govind - cowherd
Govinda - Lord Krishna
Gudakesha - the archer Arjuna
Gulab - rose
Gulfam - the colour
Gulzar - gardener
Gulzarilal - name of Lord Krishna
Gumwant - virtuous
Gunaratna - jewel of virtue
Gunjan - buzzing of a bee
Gupil - a secret
Gurbachan - promise of the guru
Gurcharan - feet of the guru
Gurdayal - compassionate guru
Gurdeep - light of the teacher
Gurmeet - friend of the guru
Gurnam - name of the guru
Gurpreet - love of the teacher
Gursharan - refuge at the guru
Guru - teacher; master or priest
Gurudas - servant of the guru
Gurudutt - gift of the guru
Gyan - knowledge
Habib - beloved
Hafiz - protected
Hamid - friend
Hamir - a raga
Hans - swan
Hanuman - monkey god of Ramayana
Hanumant - monkey god of Ramayana
Hardik - heartfelt
Harekrishna - Lord Krishha
Harendra - Lord Shiva
Haresh - Lord Krishna
Hari - sun; Vishnu
Haridas - servant of Krishna
Harigopal - Lord Krishna
Harihar - Vishu and Shiva together
Harilal - son of Hari
Harinarayan - Lord Vishnu
Hariom - Lord Vishnu
Hariprasad - blessed by Lord Krishna
Hariram - Lord Rama
Harish - Vishnu
Harishankar - Lord Shiva
Harishchandra - King of Surya dynasty; charitable
Haritbaran - green
Harjeet - victorious
Harkrishna - Lord Krishna
Harmendra - the moon
Haroon - hope
Harsh - happiness
Harsha - joy; delight
Harshad - giver of joy
Harshal - lover
Harshavardhan - creator of joy
Harshit - joyous
Harshita - joyous
Harshul - deer
Harshvardhan - one who increases joy
Hashmat - glory; joyful
Hasit - happy
Hassan - Islamic
Heer - diamond
Hem - gold
Hemachandra - golden moon
Hemadri - the Himalayas
Hemamdar - golden creeper
Hemang - one with shining body
Hemanga - goldenbodied
Hemant - one of the six seasons
Hemanta - early winter
Hemaraj - king of gold
Hemendra - lord of gold
Hemendu - golden moon
Heramba - Lord Ganesh
Himachal - the Himalayas
Himadri - Himalaya
Himaghna - the sun
Himanshu - the moon
Himmat - courage
Himnish - Lord Shiva
Hiranmay - golden
Hiranya - wealth
Hirendra - Lord of diamonds
Hiresh - king of gems
Hitendra - well-wisher
Hriday - Heart
Hridayesh - king of heart
Hridaynath - lord of the heart; beloved
Hrishikesh - Lord Vishnu
Hrishikesh - one who controls senses
Hussain - Islamic thinker; saint
Ibhanan - elephant faced
Ibrahim - Abraham; earth
Idris - fiery Lord
Iham - expected
Ihit - prize; honour
Ikshu - sugarcane
Ilesh - lord of earth
Iman - name of raga
Imaran - strong
Imtiaz - power of discrimination
Indeever - blue lotus
Indivar - blue lotus
Indradutt - gift of Indra
Indrajeet - conqueror
Indrajit - conquerer of Indra
Indrakanta - Lord Indra
Indraneel - emerald
Indubhushan - the moon
Induhasan - like a moon
Indukanta - like a moon
Indulal - moon's lustre
Indushekhar - like a moon
Inesh - king of kings
Intekhab - chosen
Iqbal - desire
Irfan - knowledgable
Irshaad - signal
Isar - eminent; Lord Shiva
Ishan - the Lord
Ishrat - affection
Ishwar - powerful; the supreme god
Izhar - submission
Jag - the universe
Jagadbandu - Lord Krishna
Jagadeep - light of the world
Jagadhidh - lord of the world
Jagadish - lord of the universe
Jagajeet - conquerer of the world
Jagajeevan - life of the world
Jaganmay - spread over the universe
Jagannath - Lord Vishnu; lord of the world
Jagat - the universe
Jagjeevan - worldly life
Jagmohan - one who attracts the world
Jahan - the world
Jaichand - victory of the moon
Jaidayal - victory of kindness
Jaidev - god of victory
Jaigopal - victory of Lord Krishna
Jaikrishna - victory of Lord krishna
Jaimini - an ancient philosopher
Jainarayan - victory
Jaipal - Lord Brahma
Jairaj - lord of victory
Jaisal - famous folk
Jaisukh - joy of winning
Jaiwant - victory
Jalal - glory
Jalendu - moon in the water
Jalil - revered
Janak - father of Sita; creator
Janamejay - a mJanardan - Lord Vishnu
Janardan - one who helps people
Japa - chanting
Japendra - lord of chants-Lord Shiva
Japesh - lord of chants-lord Shiva
Jasbeer - victorious hero
Jashan - celebration
Jaspal - Lord Krishna
Jasraj - king of fame
Jasveer - hero of fame
Jaswant - victorious
Jatan - nurturing
Jatin - pertaining to a saint
Javed - immortal Jawahar
Jawahar - jewel
Jayadeep - light of victory
Jayaditya - victorious sun
Jayant - victorious
Jayashekhar - crest of victory
Jaysukh - pleasure of victory
Jeemutbahan - full of life
Jeevan - life
Jehangir - Akbar's son
Jhoomer - ornament
Jignesh - curiosity to research
Jihan - the world
Jinendra - lord of life
Jishnu - triumphant
Jitendra - lord of conquerers
Jivitesh - God
Jnyandeep - light of knowledge
Jnyaneshwar - god of wisdom
Joginder - Lord Shiva
Jogindra - Lord Shiva
Jograj - Lord Krishna
Jugnu - a firefly
Jusal - pari
Jyotichandra - splendour
Jyotiprakash - splendour of the flame
Jyotiranjan - joyous flamae
Jyotirdhar - holder of the flame
Jyotirmoy - lustrous
Kabir - name of a famous saint
Kailas - abode of Lord Shiva
Kailash - a Himalayan peak; abode of Shiva
Kailashchandra - Lord Shiva
Kailashnath - Lord Shiva
Kalash - sacred pot Kalidas
Kalicharan - a devotee of Goddness Kali
Kalidas - the poet; dramatist; slave of godess Kali
Kalimohan - a devotee of Goddess Kali
Kalipada - a devotee of Goddess Kali
Kaliranjan - a devotee of Goddess Kali
Kalyan - welfare
Kamadev - god of love
Kamal - lotus flower
Kamalakar - Lord Vishnu
Kamalapati - Lord Vishnu
Kamalesh - Lord Vishnu; one with Eyes like a lotus
Kamalnayan - lotuseyed
Kamlesh - god of lotus
Kamod; Kambod; Kambodi - a raga
Kamraj; Kamesh; Kameshwar - Cupid; Lord of love
Kamran - success
Kanad - an ancient
Kanak - gold
Kanan - forest
Kanchan - gold
Kandarpa - Cupid
Kanha - Krishna
Kanhaiya - Lord Krishna
Kantilal - lustrous
Kantimoy - lustrous
Kanu - Lord Krishna
Kanvar - young prince
Kanwal - lotus
Kanwaljeet - lotus
Kanwalkishore - lotus; Lord krishna
Kapil - name of a sage
Kapish - Lord Hanuman
Karan - Karna; the firstborn of Kunti
Kareem - kind
Karna - the firstborn of Kunti
Kartar - master
Kartik - a Hindu month
Kartikeya - god of war
karunakar - merciful
Karunamay - full of light
Karunashankar - merciful
Kashif - a connoisseur
Kashinath - Lord Shiva
Kashiprasad - blessed by Lord Shiva
Kashyap - name of a sage
Kathir; Kadir - ray of light; shoot of grass
Kausar - lake of paradise
Kaushal - clever; skilled
Kaushik - sentiment of love
Kaustav - a legendary gem; a gem worn by Lord Vishnu
Kaustubh - a jewel of Lord Vishnu
Kavi - a poet
Kavi - a wise man; poet
Kaviraj - doctor
Kedar - a raga
Kedarnath - Lord Shiva
Keshav - Lord Vishnu
Ketan - home; banner
Kevalkishore - absolute
Kevalkumar - absolute
Keyur - armlet
Khadim - servant of God
Khajit - Lord Buddha
Khalid - immortal
Khazana - treasure
Khemchand - welfare
Khemprakash - welfare
Khushal - perfect
Kinshuk - a flower
Kiran - ray of light
Kiranmay - full of light
Kirit - a crown
Kirtikumar - famous
Kishore - young
Kishorekumar - young
Kripal - merciful
Krishanu - fire
Krishna - Lord Krishna
Krishnachandra - Lord Krishna
Krishnadeva - Lord Krishna
Krishnakanta - Lord Krishna
Krishnakumar - Lord Kirshna
Krishnala - Lord Krishna
Krishnamurari - Lord Krishna
Krishnamurthy - Lord Krishna
Krishnaroop - dark
Krishnendu - Lord Krishna
Kshaunish - king
Kuber - god of wealth
Kuberchand - god of wealth
Kularanjan - star of family
Kulbhushan - ornament of family
Kuldeep - light of family
Kumar - prince
Kunal - sone of emperor Ashok
Kundan - pure
Kundanlal - golden
Kunja - grove of trees
Kunjabihari - Lord Krishna
Kush - son of Lord Rama
Kushal - clever
Kusumakar - spring
Lagan - appropriate time
Lakshman - prosperous; brother of Rama
Lakshmibanta - fortunate
Lakshmidhar - Lord Vishnu
Lakshmigopal - Lord vishnu
Lakshmikanta - Lord Vishnu
Lalit - beautiful
Lalitaditya - beautiful sun
Lalitchandra - beautiful moon
Lalitkishore - beautiful
Lalitkumar - beautiful
Lalitmohan - beautiful and attractive
Lalitmohan - beautiful
Lambodar - Lord Ganesh
Lankesh - Ravana
Latafat - elegance
Latif - elegant
Lav - son of Lord Rama
Lochan - the eye
Lohitaksha - Lord Vishnu
Lokesh - Lord Brahma
Loknath - lord of all worlds
Lokprakash - light of the world
Lokranjan - Lord Vishnu
Madan - Cupid; god of love
Madangopal - Lord Krishna
Madhav - sweet like honey
Madhavdas - servant of Lord Krishna
Madhu - honey; nectar
Madhuk - a honeybee
Madhukanta - the moon
Madhukar - honey bee; lover
Madhup - a honeybee
Madhur - sweet
Madhusudan - Lord Krishna
Madhusudhana - Krishna; one who killed demon Madhu
Magan - engrossed
Mahabahu - Arjuna
Mahabala - great strength
Mahadev - most powerful god
Mahaniya - worthy of honour
Mahavir - most courageous among men
Maheepati - the king
Mahendra - Indra
Mahesh - Lord Shiva
Maheshwar - Lord Shiva
Mahin - the earth
Mahindra - a king
Mahipal - a king
Mahish - a king
Mahmud - the Prophet of Islam
Mahtab - the moon
Mainak - a mountain a Himalayan peak
Maitreya - friend
Makarand - Honey; Honey Bee
Malay - a mountain
Manas - mind
Manasi - born of the mind
Manav - man
Manavendra - king among men
Mandar - a celestial tree
Mandeep - light of the mind
Mandhatri - prince
Manendra - king of mind
Mangal - auspicious
Mangesh - Lord Shiva
Mani - a jewel
Manibhushan - supreme gem
Manik - ruby
Manindra - lord of the mind; diamond
Maniram - jewel of a person
Manish - god of mind; intellect
Manishankar - Lord Shiva
Manishankar - Shiva
Manjeet - conqueror of the mind
Manmatha - Cupid
Manmohan - pleasing
Manohar - beautiful; captivating
Manoj - born of the mind
Manoranjan - one who pleases the mind
Manoranjan - pleasing
Manprasad - mentally calm and cool person
Mansukh - pleasing
Manu - original man
Mardav - softness
Mareechi - ray of light
Markandeya - a devotee of Lord Shiva
Markandeya - a sage
Martand - sun
Martanda - the sun
Marut - the wind
Maruti - Lord Hanuman
Matsendra - king of the fishes
Mayank - moon
Mayanka - the moon
Mayur - peacock
Megh - cloud
Megha - a star
Meghashyam - Lord Krishna
Meghdutt - gift of clouds
Meghnad - thunder
Mehboob - beloved
Mehdi - a flower
Mehmood - the Prophet of Islam
Mehul - rain
Mihir - sun
Mihir - the sun
Milan - union
Milap - union
Milind - honey bee
Milun - union
Mirza - a prince
Misal - example
Mitesh - one with few desires
Mithil - kingdom
Mithilesh - the king of Mithila; Janak; father of Sita
Mithun - Gemini
Mitra - friend; the sun
Mitul - friend
Mohajit - attractive
Mohak - attractive
Mohal - attractive
Mohamad - the Prophet
Mohan - charming; fascinating
Mohin - attractive
Mohit - ensnarled by beauty
Mohita - attracted
Mohnish - Lord Krishna
Mohul - attractive
Monish - lord of mind
Moti - pearl
Motilal - pearl
Moulik - valuable
Mriganka - the moon
Mrigankamouli - Lord Shiva
Mrigankasekhar - Lord Shiva
Mrigendra - lion
Mrigesh - lion
Mrityunjay - Lord Shiva
Mubarak - congratulations
Mudita - happy
Muhamad - the Prophet
Mukesh - lord of the dumb
Muktananda - liberated
Mukul - bud
Mukunda - freedom giver
Mukut - crown
Mulkraj - king
Mumtaz - conspicuous
Muni - sage
Murad - prowess

Murali - flute
Muralidhar - Lord Krishna
Muralimanohar - Lord Krishna
Murari - Lord Krishna
Murarilal - Lord Krishna
Musheer - advice
Nabarun - morning sun
Nabendu - new moon
Nabhi - focus; the best
Nachiketa - fire
Nadir - pinnacle
Nagendra - Seshnag
Nagesh - Seshnag; Cosmic Serpent
Nahusha - a mythological king
Nairit - south-west
Naishadh - King Nala; a hero from the Mahabharata who was king of Nishadha
Nakshatra - star
Nakul - name of one of the Pandavas
Nalin - lotus; water
Nalinaksha - lotus-eyed
Naman - salutation
Namdev - poet; saint
Nanak - guru of the Sikhs
Nand - joyful
Nanda - meritorious; great achiever
Nandan - pleasing
Nandan - pleasing; son
Nandi - one who pleases others
Naotau - new
Narahari - Lord Vishnu
Narasimha - an incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Narayan - Lord Vishnu
Narayana - Vishnu; refuge of man
Narendra - king among men
Naresh - lord of man
Narhari - man-lion
Narmad - bringing delight
Narottam - best among men
Narsimha - lion among men
Nartan - dance
Natesh - king
Natraj - king among actors
Natwar - Lord Krishna
Naval - wonder
Navaneet - butter
Naveen - new
Navin - new
Navnit - fresh butter
Navrang - beautiful
Navroz - a Parsee festival
Nayan - eye
Neel - blue
Neeladri - the Nilgiris
Neelam - emerald
Neelambar - blue sky
Neelanjan - blue
Neelesh - Lord Krishna; moon
Neelkanta - Lord Shiva
Neelkanth - peacock; Shiva
Neelmadhav - Lord Jagannath
Neelmani - sapphire
Neelotpal - blue lotus
Neeraf - river
Neeraj - lotus; pearl
Nibodh - knowledge
Nidhish - lord of treasure
Nigam - treasure
Nihal - gratified
Nihar - mist; fog; dew
Niket - home
Nikhat - fragrance
Nikhil - complete; whole
Nikhilesh - lord of all
Nikunj - a bower
Nikunja - grove of trees
Nilay - heaven
Nilesh - Krishna; blue god
Nimai - Chaitanya
Nimish - spilt;second
Ninad - sound
Nipun - expert
Nirad - cloud
Niraj - lotus flower
Nirajit - illuminated
Niramay - without blemish
Niramitra - son of pandava Sahadeva
Niranjan - simple
Nirav - quiet
Nirbhay - fearless
Nirijhar - waterful
Nirmal - clean; pure
Nirmalya - pure
Nirmit - created
Nirmohi - unattached
Nirupam - without comparison
Nirvan - liberation
Nischal - calm
Nishad - seventh note on the Indian musical scale
Nishanath - moon
Nishant - dawn
Nishesh - entire
Nishikanta - the moon
Nishit - midnight
Nishita - sharp
Nishith - night
Nishok - happy
Nissim - unbounded
Niteesh - god of law; well versed in law
Nitin - master of the right path
Nitish - master of the right path
Nityagopal - constant
Nityanand - perennially happy
Nityananda - Lord Krishna; always happy
Nityasundar - forever good looking
Nivrutti - separated from world
Nripa - king
Nripendra - king of kings
Nripesh - king of kings
Ojas - lustre
Om - the sacred syllable
Omanand - joy of Om
Omar - an era
Omja - born of cosmic unity
Omkar - the sound of the sacred syllable
Omprakash - light of Om
Omrao; Umrao - king
Omswaroop - manifestation of divinity
Oojam - enthusiasm
Oorjit - powerful
Osman; Usman - salve of God
Paavan - purifier
Padman - lotus
Padmanabh - one with lotus in his navel i.e. Vishnu
Padmanabha - Lord Vishnu
Padmapati - Lord Vishnu
Palak - eyelash
Palash - a flowering
Palashkusum - the flower of Palash
Palashranjan - beautiful like a Palash
Pallab - new leaves
Pallav - young shoots and leaves
Panchanan - Lord Shiva
Pandhari - Lord Vithobha
Panduranga - one with pale white complexion
Panini - the great scholar-grammarian
Pankaj - lotus flower
Pannalal - emerald
Parag - pollen
Parakram - strength
Param - the best
Paramananda - superlative joy
Paramartha - highest truth
Paramesh - Lord Shiva
Paramhansa - supreme soul
Paramjeet - highest success
Paranjay - Varun; Lord of the Sea
Parantapa - conqueror; Arjuna Paras - touchstone
Parashar - an ancient
Parashuram - sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu Partha; Arjun
Parasmani - touchstone
Paravasu - name of a sage
Parees - touch stone
Paresh - supreme spirit
Parijat - a celestial flower
Pariket - against desire
Parikshit - name of the ancient king Parimal - fragrance
Parindra - lion
Paritosh - contentment
Paritosh - satisfaction
Parkash - light
Parmameshwar - Alimightly Lord
Parnad - a Brahmin in the epics
Partha - Arjun
Parthapratim - like Arjuna
Parvatinandan - Lord Ganesh
Parvesh - Lord of celebration Pasupati - Lord Shiva
Patakin - holder of a banner
Patanjali - famous Yoga philosopher
Pathik - a traveller
Pathin - traveller
Patralika - new leaves
Pavak - fire
Pavan - wind
Pavani - Hanuman
Pavanjit - wind
Pavitra - pure
Payas - water
Payod - cloud
Peeyush - nectar
Phalguni - born in the Hindu month of Falgun
Phanindra - Sesh; the divine snake
Phenil - foam like
Pinak - Shiva's bow
Pinaki - Lord Krishna
Pirmohammed - rhw holy prophet
Pitambar - Lord Vishnu
Piyush - milk
Piyush - nectar
Poojan - worship
Poojit - worshipped
Poorna - complete
Poornachandra - full moon
Prabal - coral
Prabhakar - sun
Prabhakar - the sun
Prabhas - lustrous
Prabhat - dawn
Prabhat - morning
Prabhav - effect
Prabir - hero; brave one
Prabodh - sound advice
Prabodhan - knowledge
Prabuddha - awakened Prachetas - energy
Prachur - abundant
Pradeep - light; shine
Pradnesh - lord of wisdom
Pradosh - dusk
Pradyot - lustre
Pradyumna - cupid Pradyun - radiant
Praful - blooming Prafulla - blooming
Prafulla - pleasant; cheerful
Pragun - straight; honest Prahlad - joy
Prahlad - excess of joy
Prajeet - victorious
Prajesh - Lord Brahma
Prajin - kind
Prajit - kind
Prakash - light
Prakat - mainfested
Prakriti - nature
Pralay - Himalay
Pramath - horse
Pramesh - master of accurate knowledge
Pramit - consciousness
Pramod - happiness
Pran - life
Pranav - the sacred syllable Om
Pranay - love
Pranay - romance
Pranet - leader
Pranit - modest
Pranjal - simple
Pranjivan - life
Pransukh - joy of life
Prasad - offering to god during pooja
Prasanna - cheerful; pleased
Prasata - father of Draupad
Prasenjit - a king in the epics
Prasham - peace
Prashant - calm and composed
Prashanta - calm
Prasoon - flower
Prasun - blossom Pratap - glory
Pratap - dignity; majesty
Prateek - symbol; first word in a sentence
Prateep - king; Shantanu's father
Prateet - manifested
Pratik - symbol
Pratiti - faith; undrstanding
Pratosh - extreme delight
Pratul - plenty
Praval - fierce; strong
Pravar - excellent
Praveen - expert; experienced
Praver - chief
Pravir - brave
Prayag - confluence
Preetish - god of love
Prem - love
Premal - full of love
Premanand - joy of love
Premendra - lover
Pritam - beloved
Prithu - a king from the epics
Prithvi - earth
Prithviraj - king of the earth
Priya - beloved
Priyabrata - devoted to pleasing
Priyaranjan - beloved
Pujit - worshipped
Pukhraj - topaz
Pulak - joy
Pulakesh - joyous
Pulastya - an ancient
Pulin - beautiful
Pulish - name of a sage
Pundarik - white lotus
Puneet - pure
Punit - pure
Punyabrata - dedicated to the good
Punyasloka - sacred verse
Purandar - Lord Indra
Puranjay - Lord Shiva
Purnanada - God
Purnendu - full moon
Puru - abundant; name of a king
Purujit - conqueror of city
Purumitra - friend of city
Pururava - the founder of Chandra dynasty
Purushottam - best of men
Pushkar - lotus; a lake
Pushpak - mythical vehicle of Lord Vishnu
Puskara - blue lotus; fountain
Pyarelal - Lord Krishna
Pyaremohan - Lord Krishna
Quamar - the moon
Quasim - old generation
Qutub - tall
Radhakanta - Lord Krishna
Radhakrishna - Radha and Lord Krishna
Radhavallabh - Lord Krishna-beloved of Radha
Radheshyam - Lord Krishna
Radheya - Karna Rafat - elevation
Raghav - Lord Rama
Raghavendra - Lord Rama
Raghu - the family of Lord Rama
Raghunandan - Lord Rama
Raghunath - Lord Rama
Raghupati - Lord Rama
Raghuvir - Lord Rama
Rahas - secret
Rahman - merciful
Rahul - son of Lord Buddha
Raj - king
Raja - king
Rajam - Goddess Lakshmi
Rajan - king
Rajani - night
Rajanikant - sun; lord of night
Rajanikanta - king's sage
Rajarshi - king's sage
Rajas - mastery; fame; pride
Rajat - silver
Rajatshubhra - white as silver
Rajdulari - princess
Rajeev - blue lotus
Rajendra - king
Rajendrakumar - king
Rajendramohan - king
Rajesh - god of kings
Rajesh - king
Rajit - decorated
Rajiv - lotus flower
Rajivlochan - king's sage
Rajivnayan - king's sage
Rajkumar - prince
Rajrishi - king's sage
Rajyeshwar - king
Rakesh - the moon
Raksha - the moon; protection
Ram - Lord Rama; one who pleases
Ramakanta - Lord Vishnu
Raman - beloved; pleasing
Ramanuja - born after Rama
Ramashray - Lord Vishnu; protected by Rama
Ramavatar - reincarnation of Lord Rama
Ramchandra - Lord Rama
Ramesh - Lord Vishnu
Rameshwar - Lord Shiva
Ramkishore - Lord Rama
Ramkrishna - Lord Rama; Krishna
Ramkumar - Lord Rama
Rammohan - Lord Rama
Ramnath - Lord Rama
Ramprasad - Lord Rama
Rampratap - Lord Rama
Ramratan - Lord Rama
Ramswaroop - Lord Rama
Ranajay - victorious
Ranajit - victorious
Randhir - brave
Rangan - a flower
Ranganath - Lord Vishnu
Ranjan - entertaining
Ranjeet - victor in wars
Ranjit - victorious
Rasaraj - mercury
Rasbihari - Lord Krishna
Rasesh - Lord Krishna
Rashmil - silken
Rasik - connoisseur
Rasul - angel
Ratan - precious stone
Ratannabha - Lord Vishnu
Rathin - celestial
Ratish - cupid
Ratnakar - mine of jewels; sea
Ratul - sweet
Ravi - sun
Ravikiran - sun ray
Ravinandan - Karna
Ravindra - sun
Ravishu - cupid
Raza - hope
Razak - devotee
Rebanta - a son of Surya
Rehman - merciful
Rehmat - mercy
Riddhiman - possessed of good fortune
Rijul - innocent
Ripudaman - killer of enemies
Rishabh - second note of the indian scale of music
Rishi - sage; ray of light
Rishikesh - Lord Vishnu
Rituparan - joyous
Rituraj - spring
Ritvik - priest
Riyaz - practice
Rizvan - harbinger of good news
Rochak - tasty
Rochan - red lotus; bright
Rohan - ascending
Rohanlal - Lord Krishna
Rohit - red
Rohitasva - sone of King Harishchandra
Ronak - embellishment
Roshan - illumination
Ruchir - beautiful
Rudra - Lord Shiva
Rujul - simple; honest
Rupak - beautiful
Rupesh - lord of beauty
Rupin - embodied beauty
Rushil - charming
Rustom - warrior
Rutujit - conquerer of seasons
Sacchidananda - total bliss
Sachet - consciousness
Sachetan - rational
Sachin - Lord Indra
Sachit - consciousness
Sadanand - ever joyous
Sadashiva - eternally pure
Sadeepan - lighted up
Sadiq - kingly
Saeed - priestly
Sagar - sea; ocean
Sagun - possessed of qualities
Sahaj - natural
Sahas - bravery
Sahdev - one of the Pandava princes
Sahib - the lord
Sahil - guide
Sainath - Saibaba
Saipraasad - blessing
Saipratap - blessing of Saibaba
Sajal - moist
Sajan - beloved
Saket - Llrd Krishna
Salaman - high
Salarjung - beautiful
Saleem - healthy
Salil - water
Salim - happy; peaceful
Samar - war
Samarendra - Lord Vishnu
Samarendu - Lord Vishnu
Samarjit - victorious in war
Samarth - powerful
Sambaran - restraint; name of an ancient king
Sambhav - born; mainfested
Sambhddha - wise
Sambit - consciousness
Sameen - valuable
Sameer - breeze
Samendra - winner of war
Samir - wind
Samiran - breeze
Sampat - prosperous
Samrat - emperor
Samudra - ocean
Samudragupta - a famous king
Samudrasen - lord of the ocean
Samyak - enough
Sanabhi - related
Sanam - beloved
Sanat - Lord Brahma
Sanatan - eternal
Sanchay - collection
Sanchit - collected
Sandananda - eternal bliss
Sandeep - a lighted lamp
Sandeepen - a sage
Sanjay - Bhritarashtra' s charioteer
Sanjiv - love; life
Sanjivan - immortality
Sanjog - coincidence
Sankalpa - resolve
Sankara - Shiva
Sankarshan - a name of Balaram; brother of Lord Krishna
Sanket - signal
Sanobar - palm tree
Santosh - contentment
Sanwariya - Lord Krishna
Sanyog - conincidence
Sapan - dream
Saquib - bright
Saral - straight
Sarang - spotted deer
Saras - a bird; lake
Sarasija - lotus
Sarasvat - learned
Sarat - autumn
Sarbajit - one who has conquered all
Sarfaraz - head held high
Saroj - lotus
Sartaj - crown
Sarthak - well done
Sarup - beautiful
Sarvadaman - son of Shakuntala-Bharat
Sarvesh - lord of all
Sarwar - promotion
Sashreek - prosperous
Satindra - Lord Vishnu
Satish - ruler of hundreds
Satrijit - father of Satyabhama; wife of Lord Krishna
Satvamohan - truthful
Satyajit - wedded to truth
Satyakam - son of Jabala in the Mahabharata
Satyaki - charioteer of Krishna
Satyamurty - statue of truth
Satyanarayan - Lord Krishna
Satyankar - true; good
Satyaprakash - light of truth
Satyapriya - devoted to truth
Satyasheel - truthful
Satyavan - husband of Savitri; true
Satyavrat - one who has taken vow of truth
Satyavrata - dedicated to truth
Satyendra - lord of truth
Saurabh - fragrance
Saurav - divine; celestial
Savar - Lord Shiva
Savitendra - the sun
Sawan - a Hindu month
Sayam - evening
Sayed - leader
Seemanta - parting line of hair
Senajit - victory over army
Sevak - servant
Shaan - pride
Shachin - Lord Indra
Shachindra - Lord Indra
Shadab - fresh
Shaheen - tender
Shahid - patriot
Shailendra - king of mountains; Himalayas
Shailesh - god of mountain; Himalayas
Shaistakhan - polite
Shakib - patience
Shaktidhar - Lord Shiva
Shakunt - blue jay
Shakyasinha - Lord Buddha
Shalin - modest
Shambhu - Lord Shiva
Shameek - an ancient sage
Shami - fire
Shamindra - quiet; gentle
Shams - fragrance
Shamshu; Shamshad - beautiful
Shandar - proud
Shankar - Shiva
Shankha - conch
Shanmuga - Kartikeya; first son of Lord Shiva
Shanmukha - Kartikeya; first son of Lord Shiva
Shantanu - a king from the epic Mahabharata
Shantashil - gentle
Shantimay - peaceful
Shantinath - lord of peace
Shantiprakash - light of peace
Shantipriya - peace-loving
Sharad - autumn
Sharadchandra - autumn moon
Sharadindu - autumn moon
Sharan - shelter
Sharang - deer
Shardul - tiger
Shariq - intelligent
Shashank - moon
Shashanka - the moon
Shashee - moon
Shashibhushan - Lord Shiva
Shashidhar - the moon
Shashikant - moon stone
Shashikiran - moon's rays
Shashimohan - the moon
Shashishekhar - Lord Shiva
Shashwat - ever lasting; continuous
Shatrughan - victorious
Shatrughna - victorious
Shatrujit - victorious
Shatrunjay - overcomer of enemies
Shattesh - king of mountains
Shaukat - grand
Shaunak - a great sage
Sheetal - cool
Sheil - mountain
Shekhar - Lord Shiva
Shesh - cosmic serpent
Shevantilal - a crysanthemum
Shikha - flame
Shikhar - peak
Shirish - a flower
Shiromani - superb jewel
Shirshirchandra - winter moon
Shishir - winter
Shishirkumar - the moon
Shishupal - sone of Subhadra
Shiv - Lord Shiva; auspicious; lucky
Shivendra - Lord Shiva
Shivendu - pure moon
Shivesh - Lord Shiva
Shivlal - Lord Shiva
Shivraj - Lord Shiva
Shivshankar - Lord Shiva
Shobhan - splendid
Shoorsen - brave
Shravan - a Hindu month
Shravankumar - a character from the epic Ramayana
Shrenik - organised
Shreshta - the best
Shreyas - superior
Shridhar - Lord Vishnu
Shrigopal - Lord Krishna
Shrihari - Lord Krishna
Shrikanta - beautiful
Shrikrishna - Lord Krishna
Shrikumar - beautiful
Shrinath - Lord Vishnu
Shrinivas - Lord Vishnu
Shripad - Lord Vishnu
Shripal - Lord Vishnu
Shripati - Lord Vishnu
Shriram - Lord Rama
Shriranga - Lord Vishnu
Shrish - Lord Vishnu
Shrivatsa - Lord Vishnu
Shriyans - wealth
Shubha - auspicious
Shubhang - handsome
Shubhankar - auspivious
Shubhashis - blessing
Shubhendu - luckly moon
Shubhranshu - the moon
Shuddhashil - well-born
Shulabh - easy
Shvetang - fair complexioned
Shvetank - having a white mark
Shyam - dark blue; black
Shyamal - black; dark blue
Shyamsundar - Lord Krishna
Siddhanta - principle
Siddharth - white mustard
Siddhartha - a name of Lord Buddha
Siddheshwar - a goddess
Siraj - lamp
Sitakanta - Lord Rama
Sitanshu - the moon
Sitikantha - Lord Shiva
Sivanta - Lord Shiva
Smarajit - one who has conquered lust
Smaran - remembrance
Smritiman - unforgettable
Snehal - freindly
Snehanshn - affectionate
Snehin - a friend
Sohail - moon-glow
Soham - the presence of divinity of each soul
Sohan - charm
Sohil - beautiful
Som - the moon
Somansh - half moon
Somendra - moon
Someshwar - Lord Shiva
Somnath - Lord Shiva
Sopan - steps
Soumil - a friend
Soumyakanti - handsome
Sourabh - fragrance
Sourish - Lord Vishnu
Srijan - creation
Srikant - lover of wealth
Srinivas - abode of wealth
Sriram - Lord Rama
Sual - asked for
Subal - a friend of Lord Krishna
Subash - fragrance
Subbarao - auspicious
Subhadra - mother of Lord Krishna; wife of Arjuna
Subhan - aware
Subhash - soft spoken
Subhash - well-spoken
Subinay - humble
Subodh - sound advice; easily understood
Subrata - devoted to what is right
Suchir - eternal
Sudama - Lord Krishna's friend
Sudama - meek
Sudarshan - handsome
Sudeep - bright
Sudesh - country
Sudesha - good country
Sudeva - good Deva
Sudhakar - the moon
Sudhamay - full of nectar
Sudhanshu - the moon
Sudhanssu - moon
Sudhi - scholar
Sudhindra - lord of knowledge
Sudhir - great scholar; calm
Sudhish - lord of excellent intellect
Sugata - a name of the Buddha
Sugreev - man with a beautiful neck
Sugriva - one with graceful neck
Suhail - moon-glow
Suhas - smiling beautifully
Suhrid - well-disposed
Suhrit - well-disposed
Sujan - honest
Sujash - illustrious
Sujay - victory
Sujit - victory
Sujit - winner
Sukant - handsome
Sukanta - handsome
Sukesh - beautiful
Suketu - a Yaksha king
Sukhamay - pleasurable
Sukhdev - god of happiness
Sukrit - good deed
Sukumar - handsome
Sulalit - graceful
Sulekh - beautifully written
Sulochan - one with beautiful eyes
Sultan - king
Suman - flower
Sumant - wise
Sumanta - wise
Sumantra - friend of King Dasarath Sumedh - clever
Sumeet - a good friend
Sumit - a good friend
Sumitra - good friend
Sunanda - very pleasing
Sunasi - Lord Indra
Sundar - beautiful
Sundar - handsome; of good principles; prudent
Sunil - dark blue
Sunirmal - pure
Suparna - leafy
Suprakash - manifested
Supratik - cupid
Supratim - beautiful image
Supriya - beloved
Sur - a musical note
Suraj - the sun
Surajit - god
Suranjan - pleasing
Surdeep - lamp of music
Suren - Lord Indra
Suresh - Lord Indra
Suresh - sun
Surya - the sun
Suryabhan - the sun
Suryakant - loved by the sun
Suryakanta - a jewel
Suryashankar - Lord Shiva
Sushanta - quiet
Sushil - well behaved
Sushobhan - very beautiful
Sushrut - well heard
Sushruta - son of sage Viswamitra
Sutej - lustre
Suvan - the sun
Suvimal - pure
Suvrata - strict in religious vows - Subrata
Suyash - illustrious
Swagat - welcome
Swami - master
Swaminath - the Lord Almighty
Swapan - dream
Swapnil - seen in a dream; dreamy
Swaraj - liberty; freedom
Swarup - truth
Swayambhu - Lord Shiva
Swetaketu - an ancient sage
Syamantak - a jewel of Lord Vishnu
Tahir - holy
Taizeen - encouragement
Taj - crown
Tajdar - corwned
Talat - prayer
Talib - divine
Talleen - absorbed
Tamal - a tree with very dark bark
Tamkinat - pomp
Tamonash - destroyer of ignorance
Tanay - son
Tanmay - engrossed
Tanuj - son
Tanveer - englightened
Tapan - sun; summer
Tapas - heat; penance
Tapasendra - Lord Shiva
Tapasranjan - Lord Vishnu
Tapomay - full of moral virtue
Tarachand - star
Tarak - protector
Tarakeshwar - Lord Shiva
Taraknath - Lord Shiva
Taral - honeybee
Taran - raft; heaven
Tarang - wave
Taranga - wave
Taraprashad - star
Tarik - one who crosses the river of life
Tariq - morning star
Tarit - lightning Tarun - young
Tarun - young; youth
Taruntapan - morning sun
Tathagata - the Buddha
Tausiq - reinforcement
Teerth - holy place; sacred water
Teerthankar - a Jain saint
Tej - light; lustrous
Tejas - lustre; brilliance
Tejeshwar - the sun
Tejomay - glorious
Thakur - leader; God
Tilak - auspicious
Timin - large fish
Timir - darkness
Timirbaran - dark
Tirtha - holy place
Titir - a bird
Toshan - satisfaction
Trailokva - the three worlds
Trambak - Lord Shiva
Tribhuvan - the tree worlds
Tridib - heaven
Trigun - the three dimensions
Trilochan - one with three eyes; Shiva
Trilok - the three worlds; heaven; earth; hell
Trilokesh - Lord Shiva
Tripurari - Lord Shiva
Trishanku - a king of the Surya dynasty
Trivikram - Lod Vishnu
Tufan - storm
Tuhin - snow
Tuhinsurra - snow white
Tukaram - a poet saint
Tulasidas - servant of Tulasi; basil plant
Tulsidas - a famous saint
Tungar - high; lofty
Tungesh - moon
Tushar - snow
Tusharkanti - Lord Shiva
Tusharsuvra - wsnow white
Tyagraja - a famous poet
Udar - generous
Uday - appearance
Udayachal - eastern horizon
Udayan - rising; name of king of Avanti
Uddhar - liberation
Uddhav - Lord Krishna's friend
Udeep - flood
Udit - grown; awakened; shining
Udyam - effort
Udyan - garden
Ujagar - bright
Ujala - bright
Ujesh - one who gives light
Ujwal - bright
Ulhas - joy; delight
Umakant - Lord Shiva
Umanand - Lord Shiva
Umanant - Lord Shiva
Umang - enthusiasm
Umaprasad - blessing of Goddess Parvati
Umashankar - Lord Shiva
Umed - hope
Umesh - Lord Shiva
Umrao - noble
Unmesh - flash; blowing; opening
Unnat - energized
Upagupta - name of a Buddish nonk
Upamanyu - name of a devoted pupil
Upendra - an element
Urjita - energized
Ushakanta - the sun
Utanka - a disciple of th sage Veda
Utkarsh - prosperity; awakening
Utkarsha - advancement
Utpal - water lily; fleshless
Utsav - celebration
Uttam - best
Uttar - son of king Virata
Uttiya - a name in Buddhist literature
Vachan - speech
Vachaspati - lord of speech
Vaibhav - richness
Vaijnath - Lord shiva
Vajra - Lord Krishna's greatgrandson; diamond
Vajradhar - Lord Indra
Vajramani - diamond
Vajrapani - Lord Indra
Vallabh - beloved; dear
Valmik - the author of the epic Ramayana
Valmiki - the author of the epic Ramayana
Vaman - fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Vamsi - Name of a 'Raaga'
Vanajit - lord of the forest
Vandan - salutation
Vaninath - Husband of Saraswati
Vardhaman - Lord Mahavir
Varij - lotus
Varindra - lord of the ocean
Varun - lord of the sea
Vasant - spring
Vasava - Indra
Vasistha - name of a sage
Vasu - wealth
Vasudev - father of Lord Krishna
Vasudev - Krishna's father; god of wealth
Vasuman - born of fire
Vatsal - affectionate
Ved - sacred knowledge
Vedanga - meaning of Vedas
Vedavrata - vow of the Vedas
Vedmohan - Lord Krishna
Vedprakash - light of the Vedas
Veer - brave
Veera - the brave
Veni - Lord Krishna
Venimadhav - Lord Krishna
Vibhas - decoration; light
Vibhat - dawn
Vibhishan - a character from the epic Ramayana
Vibhu - all-pervading
Vidur - a friend of Lord Krishna
Vidur - wise
Vidyacharan - learned
Vidyadhar - learned
Vidyaranya - forest of knowledge
Vidyasagar - ocean of learning
Vidyut - lightning
Vighnesh; Vignesh - Lord Ganesh
Vihanga - bird
Vijanyendra - victorious
Vijay - victor
Vijay - victory
Vijendra - victorious
Vikas - development; expanding
Vikesh - the moon
Vikram - the sun of valour
Vikramaditya - a famous king
Vikramajit - a famous king
Vikramendra - king of prowess
Vikrant - powerful
Vikranta - brave
Vilas - play
Vilok - to see
Vilokan - gaze
Vimal - pure
Vinay - modesty
Vinayak - Lord Ganesh
Vineet - unassuming
Vinesh - godly
Vinod - happy; full of joy
Vinod - pleasing
Vipan - sail; petty trade
Vipin - forest
Viplab - floating; revolution
Viplav - drifting about; revolution
Vipra - a priest
Vipul - plenty
Vir - brave
Viraj - resplendent; splendour
Viral - priceless
Virendra - brave lord
Viresh - brave lord
Virochan - moon; fire
Vishal - immense
Vishesh - special
Vishnu - Lord Vishnu
Vishram - rest
Vishva - earth; universe
Vishvajit - one who conquers the universe
Vishvakarma - architect of the universe
Vishvatma - universal soul
Vishwambhar - the lord
Vishwamitra - friend of the universe
Vishwanath - the lord
Vishwas - faith; trust
Vishwesh - the lord Almighty
Vismay - surprise
Viswanath - god of universe
Viswas - trust
Vithala - Lord Vishnu
Vitthal - Lord Vishnu
Vivek - judgement
Vivekananda - joy of discrimination
Vrajakishore - Lord Krishna
Vrajamohan - Lord Kirshna
Vrajanadan - Lord Krishna
Vrajesh - Lord Krishna
Vrishin - peacock
Vyasa - the author of Mahabharata
Vyomesh - lord of the sky
Wahab - large hearted
Wajidali - obessed
Wali - protector
Waman - short
Yaaseen - One of the Prophet Muhammad's names
Yadav - Lord Krishna
Yadavendra - Lord Krishna
Yadunandan - Lord Krishna
Yadunath - Lord Krishna
Yaduraj - Lord Krishna
Yaduvir - Lord Krishna
Yagna - Ceremonial rites to God
Yahyaa - a Prophet's name
Yaj - a sage
Yajat - Lord Shiva
Yajnadhar - Lord Vishnu
Yajnarup - Lord Krishna
Yajnesh - Lord Vishnu
Yamahil - Lord Vishnu
Yamajit - Lord Shiva
Yaman - Lord Yama; god of death; Yamraj
Yamir - Moon
Yasaar - Ease; Wealth
Yash - victory; glory
Yash - victory; glory
Yashas - Fame
Yashodev - Lord of fame
Yashodhan - rich in fame
Yashodhara - one who has achieved fame
Yashpal - protector of fame
Yashwant - one who has achieved glory
Yasir - Wealthy
Yatin - ascetic
Yatindra - Lord Indra
Yatish - Lord of devotees
Yayin - Lord Shiva
Yazeed - To increase; Grow; Enhance
Yogendra - god of Yoga
Yogesh - god of Yoga; Lord Shiva
Yogi - Devotee
Yoonus - a Prophet's name
Yoosuf - a Prophet's name
Yudhajit - victor in war
Yudhisthir - firm in battle
Yudishtra - firm in battle
Yugandhar - celestial god
Yuvaraj - prince; heir apparent
Yuvraj - a prince
Yuyutsu - eager to fight




Indian Baby Girls Names



Aaarti - worship; divine fire in ritual
Aafreen - encouragement
Abani - earth
Abha - lustre; shine
Abhaya - fearless
Abhilasha - desire
Aboil - the name of a flower
Achala - constant
Adarsh - ideal
Adhira - lightning
Adishree - exalted
Aditi - mother of gods
Adrika - celestial
Aghanashini - destroyer of sins
Agrata - leadership
Agrima - leadership
Ahalya - wife of Rishi Gautam; a woman who was saved by Lord Rama
Ahladita - in happy mood
Aishani - Goddess Durga
Aishwarya - wealth
Ajala - the earth
Ajanta - a famous Buddist cave
Akhila - complete
Akriti - diagram
Akshaya - indestructible
Akshita - seen
Akuti - princess
Alaka - a girl with a lovely hair
Alaknanda - flawless
Alisha - protected by God
Alka - a girl with a lovely hair
Almas - a diamond
Alopa - faultless
Alpa - little
Alpana - a decorative design
Amala - the pure one
Amba - Parvati
Ambika - Goddess Parvati
Ambu - water
Ambuda - cloud
Ambuja - born of a Lotus; Goddess Lakshmi
Ambuja - lotus
Amita - limitless
Amla - the pure one
Amoda - happiness
Amodini - joyful
Amrapali - famous courtesan who became a evotee of Buddha
Amrita - nectar
Amritkala - nectarine art
Amrusha - sudden
Amshula - sunny
Amulya - priceless
Anagha - sinless
Anahita - graceful
Anala - fiery
Anamika - ring-finger
Anandamayi - full of joy
Anandi - jovial
Anandini - joyful
Anandita - happy
Ananya - matchless
Anarghya - priceless
Anasooya - wife of Rishi Atri
Anasuya - wife of Rishi Atri
Anchal - the decorative end of a sari
Anchita - honoured; worshipped
Angana - an suspicious or handsome woman
Angarika - a flame-coloured flower-Palash or Flame of the Forest
Anika - Goddess Durga
Anindita - beautiful
Anisha - uninterrupted
Anita - grace
Anjali - offering
Anjana - mother of Hanuman
Anju - one who lives in heart
Anjushree - dear to one's heart
Anjushri - dear to one's heart
Ankita - conqueress; empress; one with auspicious marks
Annapurna - Goddess Parvati; generous with food
Anoushka - lightning
Anshula - sunny
Antara - the second note in Hindustani classical music
Anuhya - something unexpected - in a pleasant way - and valuable
Anumati - consent
Anupama - unique; unparalleled
Anuprabha - brightness
Anuradha - a bright star
Anuragini - beloved
Anurati - consent
Anusha - beautiful morning; a star
Anushka - lightning
Anushri - pretty
Anuva - knowldege
Anwesha - quest
Apala - name of a learned woman of the past
Aparijita - undefeated; name of a flower
Aparna - Goddess Parvati
Apsara - celestial maiden
Apurva; Apoorva - unique
Aradhana - worship
Arati - worship; divine fire in ritual
Archa - worship
Archan - worship
Archana - worship
Archisha - a ray of light
Archita - one who is worshipped
Arpana - surrendered
Arpita - dedicated
Arshia - heavenly
Aruna - dawn
Arundhati - a star
Aruni - dawn
Arunima - glow of dawn
Asavari - name of a raga or melody
Ascharya - Surprise
Aseema - limitless
Asgari - devotee
Asha - hope; aspiration
Ashakiran - ray of hope
Ashalata - creeper of hope
Ashavari - name of a raaga
Ashima - limitless
Ashis - benediction
Ashna - friend
Ashwini - name of a star
Asita - the river Yamuna
Aslesha - a star
Asmita - pride
Atasi - a blue flower
Atmaja - daughter
Atreyi - name of a river
Avani - Earth
Avanti(ancient Malwa; Ujjain
Avantika - princess of Ujjain
Ayesha - daughter of the Prophet
Ayushmati - one who has a long life
Aziza - a friend
Bageshri - name of a raaga
Bahula - a star
Baidehi - Sita
Baijayanthi - garland of Lord Vishnu
Baisakhi - of the month Baishakh
Baishali - an ancient city
Bakul - the name of a flower
Bakula - Nagakeshar flower
Bala - girl
Ballari - creeper
Banamala - forests
Banani - forests
Bandana - worship
Bandhula - charming
Bandhura - pretty
Banhi - fire
Banhishikha - flame
Banita - woman
Bansari - flute
Barnali - Dispersion of seven colors
Barsha - rain
Baruna - wife of the Lord of the sea
Baruni - Goddess Durga
Basabi - wife of Lord Indra
Basanti - of spring
Bela - a flower-jasmine
Beli - a flower-jasmine
Benazir - incomparable
Bhadra - gentle
Bhagirathi - the river Ganga
Bhagwanti - lucky
Bhagya - lucky
Bhagyalakshmi - goddess of wealth
Bhagyashree - fortunate
Bhagyawati - fortunate
Bhairavi - a melody in classical music
Bhakti - devotion
Bhamini - woman
Bhanuja - river Yamuna
Bhanumati - full of lustre
Bhanupriya - beloved of the sun
Bharani - Name of a celestial star
Bharati - Goddess Saraswati
Bhargavi - Goddess Parvati
Bhavana - feelings; sentiments
Bhavini - Goddess Parvati
Bhavna - meditation; thinking
Bhilangana - a river
Bhoomi - the earth
Bhoomika - the earth
Bhuvana - the earth
Bimala - pure
Bina - a musical instrument
Binata - the wife of Sage Kashyap
Bindiya - drop; point
Bindu - a drop
Binodini - handsome; beautiful Radha
Bipasha - a river; Beas
Bishakha - a star
Bratati - creeper
Brinda - the basil plant; Radha
Bulbul - a songbird
Bulbuli - a songbird
Cauvery - same as Cavery- name of a river
Chadna - love
Chaitali - born in the month of Chaitra
Chaitaly - name of an ancient city
Chaitan - consciousness
Chakori - a bird enamoured of the moon
Chakrika - Lakshmi
Chameli - a creeper with flowers
Chameli - jasmine
Champa - a flower
Champabati - the capital
Champakali - a bud of champa
Chanchala - restless
Chandana - parrot
Chandana - sandal wood
Chandani - a river
Chandanika - diminutive
Chandika - diminutive of Chandana
Chandni - moonlit
Chandrabali - Krishna;s girl-friend
Chandrabhaga - river Chenab
Chandrakala - moonbeams
Chandraki - peacock
Chandrakin - a peacock
Chandraleksha - a ray of the moon
Chandrani - wife of the moon
Chandrika - moonlight
Chandrima - the moon
Changuna - a good woman
Chapala - restless; lighting
Charita - good
Charu - beautiful; attractive
Charulata - beautiful creeper
Charulekha - beautiful picture
Charumati - beautiful
Charuprabha - beautiful
Charusheela - a jewel
Charvi - a beautiful woman
Chatura - clever
Chhabi - picture
Chhavvi - image; radiance
Chhaya - shadow
Chimayi - blissful
Chinmayi - blissful
Chintan; Chintana; Chintanika - meditation
Chiti - love
Chitkala - knowledge
Chitra - picture; a stat; name of a river
Chitragandha - a fragrant material
Chitralekha - as beautiful as a picture
Chitrali - a row of pictures
Chitramala - series of pictures
Chitrangada - one of Arjuna's wives
Chitrani - river Ganga
Chitrarekha - picture
Chitrita - picturesque
Daksha - the earth; Sati; wife of Shiva
Dakshata - skill
Dakshayani - Goddess Durga
Damayanti - Nala's wife
Damini - lightning
Darika - maiden
Darpana - a mirror
Darshana - sight
Darshwana - pure of heart
Daya - kindness; mercy; pity
Dayamayee - kind
Dayanita - tender
Dayita - beloved
Deeba - silk
Deepa - a lamp
Deepabali - row of lamps
Deepali - collection of lamps
Deepamala - row of lamps
Deepanwita - lit by lamps
Deepaprabha - fully lighted
Deepashikha - flame
Deepavali - row of lamps
Deepika - a lamp
Deepta - shining
Deepti - flame; lustre
Deeptikana - a beam of light
Deeptimoyee - lustrous
Devahuti - daughter of Manu
Devak - divine
Devaki - mother of Krishna
Devangana - celestial maiden
Devasree - divine beauty
Devi - goddess
Devika - mother of Krishna
Devyani - daughter of Shukraacharya
Dhanashri - a raga
Dhanishta - a star
Dhanya - great
Dhanyata - success; fulfilment
Dhara - constant flow
Dharani - the earth
Dharini - earth
Dharitri - the earth
Dhatri - earth
Dhriti - courage; morale
Dhvani - sound;voice
Dhwani - sound;voice
Diksha - initiation
Dilber - lover
Dilshad - happy
Disha - direction
Diti - wife of the sage Kashyap
Divya - divine lustre
Doyel - a songbrid
Draupadi - wife of the Pandavas
Dristi - eyesight
Dulari - dear
Durba - sacred grass
Durga - succour; the Goddess
Durva - sacred grass
Dwipavati - river
Ecchumati - a river
Ekaparana - wife of Himalaya
Ekata - unity
Ekavali - single-string
Ekta - unity
Ektaa - unity
Ela - earth
Enakshi - dear-eyed
Esha - desire
Eshana - search
Eshita - one who desires
Faiza - gain
Fajyaz - artistic
Falguni - born in Falgun; a Hindu month
Farha - happiness
Faria - a caravan
Farida - turquoise
Fatima - prophet Mohammad's daughter
Fawiza - successful
Firoza - turquoise
Foolan - flowering
Foolwati - delicated as a flower
Fulki - spark
Fullara - wife of Kalketu
Gajagamini - majestic- like an elephant's walk
Gajra - a string of flowers
Gandhali - fragrance of flowers
Ganga - sacred river of India
Gangika - river Ganga
Gangotri - sacred river of India
Gargi - an ancient scholar
Gatita - a river
Gauhar - a pearl
Gaura - a fair woman
Gauri - a fair woman; parvati
Gaurika - a young girl
Gautami - wife a sage Gautam; river Godavari
Gayatri - the chant of salvation; Goddess Durga
Gazala - a deer
Geena - silvery
Geeta - holy book of the Hindus
Geeti - a song
Geetika - a little song
Girija - born of a mountain; Goddess Parvati
Gitanjali - an offering of songs
Godavari - sacred river of India
Gomati - name of a river
Gool - a flower
Gopa - Gautama's wife
Gopi - a cowherd; cowherd woman
Gopika - a cowherd; cowherd woman
Gorochana - Goddess Parvati
Govindi - a devotee of Lord krishna
Gulab - rose
Gunjana - buzzing of a bee
Gunwanti - virtuous
Gurjari - a raga
Gyanada - Goddess Saraswati
Habiba - beloved
Hafiza - protected
Haimavati - Parvati; Lord Shiva's wife
Hamsa - swan
Hanima - a wave
Hansa - swan
Hansika - swan
Hansini - swan
Harathi - Divine fire in puja ritual
Harimanti - born in the season of hemanta
Harinakshi - doe-eyed
Harini - deer
Haripriya - consort of Lord Vishnu; lakshmi
Harita - green
Harsha - happiness
Harsha - happiness
Harshada - giver of joy
Harshini - joyous
Hasina - beautiful
Hasita - happy
Hasumati - happy
Heera - diamond
Hema - golden
Hemangi - golden body
Hemangini - girl with golden body
Hemanti - early winter
Hemavati - golden Parvati
Hemlata - golden creeper
Hena - a flower
Hetal - friendly
Hima - snow
Himagouri - Parvati
Himani - snow
Hina - henna
Hindola - a raga
Hiral - lustrous
Hiranmayi - golden girl
Hirkani - small diamond
Hita - lovable
Hiya - heart
Hoor - a celestical
Husna - beautiful
Iha - the earth
Ihina - enthusiasm
Ikshu - sugarcane
Ila - earth; daughter of Manu
Ina - mother
Inayat - kindness
Indira - Goddess Lakshmi
Indira - Lakshmi
Indrakshi - one with beautiful eyes
Indrani - wife of Lord Indra
Indrasena - daughter of King Nala
Indrayani - the name of a sacred river
Indu - moon
Induja - narmada river
Induja - Narmada river
Indukala - moonlight
Induleksh - the moon
Induma - moon
Indumati - the full moon
Indumukhi - with moonlike face
Ipsa - desire
Ipsita - desired
Ira - earth; muse
Iravati - the river Ravi
Isha - one who protects
Ishana - rich
Ishani - Parvati; wife of Lord Shiva
Ishika - pain brush
Ishita - mastery; wealth
Ishrat - affection
Ishwari - goddess
Ivy - a creeper
Jabeen - forehead
Jagadamba - mother of the universe
Jagriti - vigilance
Jahanara - queen of the world
Jaheel - lake
Jahnavi - Ganga river
Jaishree - honour of victory
Jaisudha - nectar of victory
Jaiwanti - victory
Jalabala - a river
Jaladhija - Lakshmi
Jalaja - lotus
Jamini - night
Jamna - Indian River
Jamuna - holy river
Janaki - wife of Lord Rama; Sita
Janani - Mother
Janhavi - river Ganga
Jasoda - mother of Lord krishna
Jasodhara - mother of Lord Buddha
Jaya - victory
Jayalakshmi - the goddess of victory
Jayalalita - victorious goddess Durga
Jayamala - garland of victory
Jayani - a sakti of Ganesha
Jayanti - victorious
Jayantika - Goddess Durga; Parvati
Jayaprada - giver of victory
Jayashree - the goddess of victory
Jayashri - goddess of victory
Jayati - victorious
Jayita - victories
Jeeval - full of life
Jeevana - life
Jeevankala - art of life
Jeevanlata - creeper of life
Jeevika - water
Jetashri - a raga
Jharna - a stream
Jhilmil - sparkling
Jhinuk - oyster
Jigya - curiosity to know
Joel - God
Joshita - pleased
Jowaki - a firefly
Juhi - a flower
Jui - a flower
Juily - a flower
Jyoti - flame; lamp
Jyotibala - splendour
Jyotika - light; a flame
Jyotirmoyee - lustrous
Jyotishmati - lustrous
Jyotsna - moonlight
Kadambari - Goddess
Kadambini - an array of clouds
Kaishori - Goddess Parvati
Kajal - eyeliner
Kajjali - kohl
Kakali - chiping of birds
Kala - art
Kalanidhi - treasure of art
Kalavati - artistic
Kalavati - Parvati; artist
Kali - a bud; Parvati
Kalika - a bud
Kalindi - the river Yamuna
Kalindi - Yamuna river
Kallol - large waves; gurgling of water
Kalpana - imagination
Kalpita - the imagined
Kalyani - auspicious
Kalyani - blissful; fortunate
Kamakshi - name of Goddess Lakshmi or Parvati; one with loving eyes
Kamala - Goddess
Kamalakshi - one whose eyes are beautiful like lotuses
Kamalika - lotus
Kamalini - lotus
Kamalkali - the bud of a lotus
Kamana - desire
Kamini - a beautiful woman
Kamna - desire
Kana - an atom
Kanak - gold
Kanaka - gold
Kanakabati - a fairy-tale
Kanaklata - golden creeper
Kanakpriya - lover of gold
Kanan - forest
Kananbala - nympth of the forest
Kanchan - gold
Kanchana - gold
Kanchi - a waistband
Kanika - an atom
Kankana - a bracelet
Kanta - a beautiful
Kanti - lustre
Kapila - name of the celestial cow
Kapotakshi - eyes like a pigeon's
Karabi - a flower
Karishma - Miracle
Karuna - compassion; mercy
Karunamayi - merciful
Kashi - Varanasi; the holy city
Kashmira - from Kashmir
Kasturi - musk
Katyayani - Goddess Parvati
Kaumudi - moonlight
Kaushalya - mother of Rama
Kaveri - a river
Kavita - a poem
Keertana - hymn; a song in praise of god
Kesar - pollen; lion
Kesari - saffron; a lion
Keshi - a woman with beautiful hari
Keshika - a woman with beautiful hair
Keshini - one with beautiful hair
Ketaki - a cream coloured flower
Ketana - home
Keya - a monsoon flower
Khyati - fame
Kimaya - divine
Kiran - ray of light
Kiranmala - a garland of light
Kirtana - praise
Kirti - fame
Kishori - a young girl
Kokila - cuckoo; nightingale
Komal - tender
Komala - delicate
Koyel - the cuckoo
Krandasi - the sky and the earth
Kranti - revolution
Kripa - mercy
Krishna - Draupadi
Krishnaa - Draupadi
Krishnakali - a flower
Kriti - A work of art
Krittika - the Plaids
Krupa - grace; favour
Kshama - forgiveness
Kshanika - momentary
Kumari - unmarried
Kumkum - vermilion
Kumud - lotus
Kumudini - a lotus
Kunda - name of a flower
Kundanika - golden girl
Kunjal - cuckoo; nightingale
Kunjalata - forest creeper
Kunjana - forest girl
Kuntal - hair
Kuntala - a woman with luxurious hair
Kunti - the mother of the Pandavas
Kurangi - deer
Kushala - safe; happy; expert
Kusum - a flower
Kusuma - flower
Kusumanjali - flower offering
Kusumavati - flowering
Kusumita - blossomed
Kusumlata - flowering creeper
Laabha - profit
Laalamani - ruby
Laasya - name of a dance
Labangalata - a flowering creeper
Laboni - grace
Lajja - modesty
Lajjawati - a sensitive plant; modest woman
Lajwanti - a sensitive woman
Lajwati - modest
Laksha - white rose
Lakshana - one with auspicious signs on her; Duryodhana's daughter
Lakshmi - goddess of wealth
Lakshmishree - fortunate
Lakshya - aim; destination
Lalan - nurturing
Lalana - a beautiful woman
Lali - darling girl
Lalima - redness
Lalita - elegant; beautiful
Lalitamohana - attractive; beautiful
Lalitha - elegant; beautiful
Lata - creeper; vine
Latakara - mass of creepers
Latangi - a creeper
Latha - a creeper
Latika - small creeper
Lavali - clove
Lavanya - grace
Leela - divine play
Leelamayee - playful
Leelavati - playful; goddess Durga
Leena - devoted
Lekha - writing
Lekha - writing; picture
Lily - a flower
Lipi - script
Lipika - short letter
Lochan - eye; eyes
Lochana - eye; eyes
Lola - Goddess Lakshmi
Lona - beauty; pretty
Lopa - wife of sage
Lopamudra - wife of sage Agastya
Maanasa - mind
Maanika - ruby
Madhavi - a creeper with beautiful flowers; springtime
Madhavilata - a flowering creeper
Madhu - honey
Madhubala - sweet girl
Madhuchanda - pleasing metrical composition
Madhuksara - one who showers honey
Madhulata - lovely creeper
Madhulekha - beautiful
Madhulika - honey
Madhumalati - a flowering creeper
Madhumati - full of honey
Madhunisha - pleasant night
Madhur - sweet
Madhura - sweet
Madhuri - sweetness
Madhurima - sweetness
Madhushri - the spring
Madirakshi - woman with intozicating eyes
Magana - engrossed
Mahadevi - Goddess Parvati
Mahagauri - Goddess Durga
Mahajabeen - beautiful
Mahalakshmi - Goddess Lakshmi
Mahamaya - Goddess Durga
Mahasweta - Goddess Saraswati
Mahati - great; name of a raaga
Mahi - the earth
Mahijuba - a hostess
Mahika - the earth
Mahima - greatness
Mahua - an intoxicating flower
Maina - a bird
Maithili - sita
Maitreya - the name of a sage
Maitreyi - name of a woman scholar
Maitri - friendship
Makshi - honeybee
Mala - necklace; garland
Malashree - an early evening melody
Malati - Jasmine
Malavika - princess of Malawa
Malaya - a creeper
Malina - dark
Malini - florist; a river
Mallika - jasmine
Malti - small fragrant flower
Mamata - affection
Manali - a bird
Manana - meditation
Manasa
Manasi - a lady
Manda - a river
Mandakini - a river
Mandakranta - a Sanskrit metre
Mandaraa - coral tree
Mandarmalika - a garland of celestial
Mandira - cymbals; home
Mangala - auspicious
Mangla - auspicious
Manideepa - a lamp of precious stones
Manik - gem
Manikuntala - one whose hair is like gems
Manimala - a string of pearls
Manimekhala - a girdle of gems
Manini - a lady
Manisha - goddess of the mind; desire
Manjari - the sacred basil; blossom
Manjira - ankle-bells
Manjistha - extremely
Manju - snow; dew drops
Manjubala - a sweet girl
Manjula - melodious
Manjulika - a sweet girl
Manjusha - treasure chest
Manjushri - sweet lustre
Manjusri - Saraswati
Manjyot - light of the mind
Manmayi - jealous; Sri Radha
Manorama - beautiful
Manoranjana - entertaining; pleasing
Manushri - Lakshmi
Marala - swan
Marichi - name of a star
Marisa - mother of Daksa
Markandeya - a devotee to Lord Shiva
Matangi - Durga
Mausumi - beauty; monsoon wind
Maya - illusion
Mayuka - peahen
Mayukhi - peahen
Mayura - illusion
Mayuri - peahen
Medha - intellect; Goddess Saraswati
Medini - the earth
Meena - precious blue stone
Meenakshi - a woman wilth beautiful eyes
Meera - a devotee of Krishna
Megha - cloud
Meghamala - array of clouds
Meghana - cloud
Mehal - cloud
Mehbooba - beloved
Meher - benevolence
Mehrunissa - benevolent
Mehul - cloud; rain
Mekhala - girdle
Mena - wife of the Himalayas
Menaka - a celestial dancer
Minal - a precious stone
Minati - prayer
Mirium - wished-for child
Mita - a friend
Mitali - friendship
Mohana - attractive; charming
Mohini - enchantress
Mohisha - intellect
Mridula - tendreness
Mriganayani - doe-eyed
Mrinal - lotus
Mrinali - lotus
Mrinalini - lotus
Mrinalini - stem of lotus
Mrinmayi - of the earth
Mudra - ___expression
Mudrika - ring
Mugdha - spellbound
Mukta - liberated; pearl
Mukti - freedom from life and death
Mukula - bud
Mukulita - bud
Muniya - name of a bird
Mythili - sita
Mythily - Seeta
Naaz - pride
Nachni - dancer; suggestive look
Nadira - pinnacle
Nagina - jewel
Naina - name of a goddess
Naiya - water or boat
Najma - sorry
Nalini - lotus
Namita - humble
Namrata - modesty
Nanda - joyful
Nandana - daughter
Nandika - Lakshmi
Nandini - bringer of joy; Ganga; daughter
Nandita - happy
Narayani - Goddess Lakshmi
Narmada - a river
Narois - flower
Nartan - dance
Naseen - cool breeze
Natun - new
Nauka - boat
Navaneeta - butter
Naveena - new
Nayana - eyes
Nayantara - iris
Nazima - song
Neeharika - dew drops
Neela - blue
Neelabja - blue lotus
Neelakshi - blue eyed
Neelam - sapphire
Neelanjana - blue
Neelkamal - blue lotus
Neepa - name of a flower
Neeraja - lotus flower
Neeta - upright
Neeti - good behaviour
Neha - rain
Nehal - rainy; handsome
Netra - eyes
Netravati - beautifuleyed
Nidhi - treasure
Nidra - sleep
Niharika - nebula
Nikhita - sharp
Nilasha - blueness
Nilaya - home
Nileen - surrendered
Nilima - blue
Niloufer - a celestial
Nina - lovely-eyed
Nipa - one who watches over
Niral - calm
Niranjana - a river; Goddess Durga; full moon
Nirmala - clean; virtuous
Nirmayi - without blemish
Nirupa - a decree; command
Nirupama - unique; uncomparable
Nisha - night
Nisha - night
Nishithini - night
Nishtha - devotion
Nishtha - faith
Nita - moral
Niti - morality
Nitya - constant
Nityapriya - ever pleasing
Nivedita - one dedicated to service
Nivedita - surrendered
Nivritti - nonattachment
Niyati - fate
Noopur - anklet
Noor - light
Noorjehan - light of the world
Nupura - anklet
Nusrat - help
Nutan - new
Ojal - vision
Ojaswini - lustrous
Omana - a woman
Padma - Goddess Lakshmi
Padma - Lotus
Padmaja - Lakshmi
Padmajai - Born from lotus; Lakshmi
Padmakali - lotus bud
Padmal - lotus
Padmalaya - lake of lotuses
Padmalochana - lotuseyed
Padmavati - Goddess Lakshmi
Padmini - lotus
Pakhi - bird
Pakshi - bird
Pallavi - new leaves
Pallavi - New leaves
Pallavini - with new leaves
Panchali - Draupadi's name
Pankaja Lotus
Panna - emerald
Parama - the best
Parameshwari - Goddess Durga
Paramita - wisdom
Parbarti - surrender
Pari - fairy
Paridhi - realm
Parinita - Expert
Parnal - leafy
Parnashri - leafy beauty
Parni - leafy
Parnik - creeper
Parnika - A small leaf; parvati
Parthivi - Sita
Parul - name of a flower
Parvani - full moon; a festival or special day
Parvati - Durga
Parveen - star
Patmanjari - a raga
Patralekha - a name from ancient epics
Pavana - Holy; sacred
Pavani - Hanuman
Payal - anklet
Payal - Foot ornament
Payoja - lotus
Phiroza - turquoise
Phoolan - flower
Pia - beloved
Piki - cuckoo
Pingala - Lakshmi
Pival - a tree
Piyali - a tree
Pooja - worship
Poonam - Full moon
Poorbi - eastern
Poornima - Full moon
Poorvi - classical melody
Poushali - of the month Poush
Prabha - lustrous
Prabhati - of the morning
Prachi - Morning
Pradeepta - glowing
Pragati - Progress
Pragya - Prowess
Pragya - wisdom
Pragyaparamita - wise
Pragyawati - a wise woman
Prama - knowledge of truth
Pramada - woman
Pramila - one of Arjuna's wives
Pramiti - knowledge of truth
Pranati - prayer
Prapti - gain
Prarthana - prayer
Prashansa - prasie
Prashanti - peace
Pratibha - Talent
Pratigya - Pledge; vow
Pratima - Icon; idol; statue
Pratishtha - preeminence
Preeti - love
Prem - love
Prema - Love
Premala - loving
Prerana - Inspiration
Preyasi - beloved
Prita - dear one
Pritha - Kunti; mother of Pandavas
Priti - Love
Pritika - dear one
Pritikana - an atom of love
Pritilata - a creeper of love
Priya - beloved
Priyadarshini - Delightful to look at
Priyal - beloved
Priyam - beloved
Priyamvada - sweet spoken
Priyanka - Beautiful act; symbol or body
Puja - worship
Pujita - worshipped
Puloma - wife of the sage Bhrigu
Punam - full moon
Punarnava - a star
Punita - pure
Punita Pure; holy
Punthali - A doll
Purnima - Full moon
Purva - East
Purvaja - elder sister
Pushpa - flower
Pushpanjali - flower offering
Pushpita - decorated with flowers
Pusti - Nourishment; endorsement
Putul - doll
Quarrtulain - God's mercy
Quasar - meteor
Raakhi - symbol of protection;full moon in the Sravan month
Rabia - famous; godly
Rachana - creation
Rachita - created
Rachna - construction; arrangement
Radha - Krishna's lover; prosperity
Radhika - Radha
Ragini - a melody
Rajalakshmi - Goddess lakshmi
Rajani - night
Rajanigandha - night blossoming scented flower
Rajata - silver
Rajdulari - dear princess
Rajeshwari - goddess Parvati
Rajhans - swan
Rajkumari - princess
Rajnandhini - princess
Rajshri - sage-like king
Raka - full moon
Rakhi - thread of brother-sister bonding
Raksha - protection
Rama - Goddess Lakshmi
Ramani - beautiful girl
Ramani - woman
Rambha - celestial dancer
Rameshwari - Parvati
Ramita - pleasing
Ramya - beautiful
Rangana - a flower
Rani - Queen; Princess
Ranita - tinkling
Ranjana - delightful
Ranjini - pleasing
Ranjita - adorned
Rashi - collection
Rashmi - a ray of light
Rashmika - ray of light
Rasika - connosseur
Rasna - the tongue
Rati - most beautiful lady; wife of cupid
Ratna - gem
Ratnabala - jewelled
Ratnabali - string of pearls
Ratnajyouti - lustrous jewel
Ratnalekha - splendour of jewels
Ratnali - a jewelled
Ratnamala - string of pearls
Ratnangi - jewel-bodied
Ratnaprabha - lustrous jewel
Ratnapriya - lover of jewels
Ratnavali - a bunch of gems
Raviprabha - light of the sun
Rekha - line
Renu - atom
Renuka - mother of Parasurma; the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu
Renuka - wife of Jamadagni rishi
Resham - silk
Reshma - silken
Reshmi - silken
Reva - a star
Revati - a star
Richa - verses of Sanskrit
Riddhi - good fortune
Riju - innocent
Rijuta - innocence
Rishika - saintly
Riti - memory; well being
Ritu - season
Rohini - a star
Roma - Lakshmi
Roshan - bright
Roshni - brightness
Rubaina - bright
Ruchi - lustre; beauty
Ruchira - beautiful
Rudrani - a wife of Shiva - Rudra
Rudrapriya - Goddess Durga
Rujuta - honesty; sincerity
Rukma - golden
Rukmini - consort of Lord Krishna
Ruksana - brilliant
Ruma - wife a Sugriva
Rupa - beauty
Rupali - beautiful; pretty
Rupashi - beautiful
Rupashri - beautiful
Sachi - wife of Lord Indra
Sachita - Consciousness
Sadaf - pearl
Sadgati - liberation
Sadguna - good virtues
Sadhan - fulfulment
Sadhana - worship
Sadhika - achiever
Sadhvi - virtuous woman
Sadiqua - kindly
Saeeda - priestly
Safia - chaste
Sagarika - wave; born in the ocean
Saguna - possessed of good qualities
Saguna - Virtuous
Sahana - Patience
Saheli - friend
Sahiba - the lady
Sahila - guide
Sai - a flower
Sajala - clouds
Sajni - beloved
Sakhi - friend
Sakina - friend
Salena - the moon
Salila - Water
Salima - happy
Salma - peace
Samata - equality
Sameena - happy
Samhita - a vedic omposition
Samidha - an offering for a sacred fire
Samiksha - Analysis
Samit - collected
Samita - collected
Sampada - wealthy
Sampatti - wealth
Sampriti - attachement
Sana - praise; prayer
Sananda - happy
Sanchali - movement
Sanchaya - collection
Sanchita - collection
Sandhaya - collection
Sandhya - dusk; twilight
Sangita - Music
Saniya - moment
Sanjana - gentle
Sanjivani - immortality
Sanjukta - Union
Sanjula - beautiful
Sanjushree - beautiful
Sankul - full of
Sannidhi - nearness
Sanskriti - culture
Santawana - consolation
Santayani - of the evening
Sanvali - dusky
Sanwari - dusky
Sanyakta - joined; united
Sanyukta - Union
Saparna - leafy
Saphala - Successful
Sapna - Dream
Sarada - Goddess Saraswati
Sarakshi - good sight
Sarala - straight; honest
Sarama - wife of Bibhisan
Saranya - surrendered
Sarasa - Swan
Sarasi - lake
Sarasvati - goddess of learning
Saraswati - goddess of learning
Saravati - river
Sarayu - a holy river
Sarbani - Goddess Durga
Sarika - parrot
Sarit - river
Sarita - River
Sarjana - creative; creation
Saroj - lotus
Saroja - Lotus
Sarojini - lotus
Saruprani - beautiful woman
Saryu - River Sharayu
Sashi - Moon
Sasmita - smiling
Sati - chaste woman
Satya - truth
Satyaki - one who is truthful
Satyarupa - truth; personified
Satyavati - truthful
Saudamini - lightning
Saumya - Mild
Savarna - Daughter of the Ocean
Savita - Sun
Savitashri - lustre of the sun
Savitri - a river; Goddess Saraswati
Sawini - a river
Sayeeda - leader
Seema - boundary
Seemanti - parting line
Seemantini - woman
Seerat - inner beauty; fame
Sejal - river water
Selma - fair
Semanti - a white rose
Serena - quiet
Sevati - white rose
Sevita - cherished
Shabab - beauty
Shabalini - a mossy
Shabana - decorated
Shabari - a tribal devotee of Lord Rama
Shabnum - sew
Shachi - wife of Lord Indra
Shagufta - flowering
Shaheena - tender
Shaila - Rock; mountain
Shaili - style
Shakambari - Goddess Parvati
Shakeel - handsome
Shakeela - beautiful
Shakti - Goddess Durga; power
Shakuntala - brought up by birds
Shalaka - Goddess Parvati
Shalin - silk-cottom tree
Shalini - modest
Shalini - Modesty
Shalmali - silk-cottom tree
Shama - a flame
Shambhavi - Goddess Parvati
Shameena - beautiful
Shamim - fire
Shamita - peacemaker
Shampa - lightning
Shankari - Goddess Parvati
Shankhamala - a fairytale princess
Shanta - Peaceful
Shantala - Goddess Parvati
Shanti - Peace
Sharada - Goddess of learning; Saraswati
Sharadini - autumn
Sharanya - surrender
Sharika - Goddess Durga
Sharmila - Modest
Sharmistha - wife of Yayat
Sharmistha - Wife of Yayati
Sharvani - Goddess Parvati
Sharvari - the night
Shashi - the moon
Shashibala - the moon
Shashirekha - moon's ray
Shaswati - eternal
Shatarupa - Lord Shiva
Sheela - cool
Sheetal - Cool
Shefali - a flower
Shefalika - a flower
Shejali - a fruit
Shekhar - Lord Shiva
Shevanti - a flower
Shibani - Goddess Durga
Shikha - Flame
Shilavati(a river
Shilpa - Rock
Shilpita - well- proportioned
Shinjini - anklebells
Shipra - a river
Shirin - sweet
Shishirkana - particles of dew
Shiuli - a flower
Shivangi - beautiful
Shivani - Goddess Parvati
Shobha - Attractive
Shobha - splendour
Shobhana - splendid
Shobhita - splendid
Shobhna - Ornamental; shining
Shorashi - young woman
Shrabana - a star
Shraddha - veneration
Shradhdha - Faith; trust
Shravana - a star
Shravani - month of Shravan
Shravanti - name from Buddhist literature
Shravasti - ancient Indian city
Shree - Goddess Lakshmi
Shreela - beautiful
Shreemayi - fortunate
Shreeparna - tree
Shreya - Auspicious
Shreyashi - good
Shri - lustre
Shridevi - goddess
Shridula - blessing
Shrigauri - goddess Parvati
Shrigeeta - sacred Geeta
Shrijani - creative
Shrikirti - lustrous fame
Shrikumari - lustrious
Shrilata - lustrious creeper
Shrilekha - lustrious essay
Shrimati - Goddess lakshmi; fortunate
Shrimayi - fortunate
Shrivalli - Goddess Lakshmi
Shruti - Expert in Vedas
Shruti - hearing; Veidc text
Shubha - Auspicious
Shubhada - giver of luck
Shubhangi - handsome
Shubhra - white; the Ganga
Shuchismita - one who has a pure smile
Shuchita - purity
Shukla - Goddess Saraswati
Shukti - pearl-oyster
Shulka - Goddess Saraswati
Shweta - white
Shyama - dark as cloud; Goddess kali
Shyamal - dusky
Shyamala - dusky
Shyamali - dusky
Shyamalika - dusky
Shyamalima - dusky
Shyamangi - dark-complexioned
Shyamari - dusky
Shyamasri - dusky
Shyamlata - a creeper with dusky leaves
Shyla - Goddess parvati
Sibani - goddess parvati
Siddheshwari - Lord Shiva
Siddhi - Achievement
Siddhima - achievement
Sikata - sand
Sikta - wet
Simran - remembrance
Simrit - remembered
Sindhu - ocean; river
Sinsapa - Ashok tree
Sita - wife of Lord Rama
Sitara - a star
Siya - Sita
Smaram - remembrance
Smita - smiling
Smrita - remembered
Smriti - memory
Sneh - Love
Sneha - affection
Snehal - friendly
Snehalata - creeper of love
Snigdha - Smooth; tender
Sohalia - moon glow
Sohni - beautiful
Soma - moon ray
Somalakshmi - lustre of the moon
Somansh - half moon
Somatra - Excelling the moon/font>
Sona - Gold
Sonakshi - golden eyed
Sonal - golden
Sonali - golden
Sonia - Golden
Sonika - golden
Soorat - beauty
Soumya - handsome
Sourabhi - fragrance; the celestial cow
Sreedevi - Goddess Lakshmi
Sridevi - Goddess Lakshmi
Sristi - creation
Stavita - praised
Stuti - praise
Subarna - of the colour of gold
Subhadra - source of great welfare
Subhaga - fortunate person
Subhagya - lucky
Subhashini - well-spoken
Subhuja - Auspicious Apsara
Subrata - devoted to what is right
Suchandra - beautiful
Sucharita - of good character
Sucheta - with a beautiful mind
Suchi - radiant
Suchira - tasteful
Suchita - Beautiful
Suchitra - Beautiful image
Sudakshima - wife of king Dilip
Sudarshana - handsome
Sudeepa - bright
Sudeepta - bright
Sudeshna - wife of king Virata
Sudevi - Wife of Krishna
Sudha - Nectar
Sudhamayi - full of nectar
Sudhira - calm
Sudipta - bright
Sudipti - brightness
Sugita - beautifully sung
Sugouri - Goddess Parvati
Suhag - love
Suhaila - moon-glow
Suhasini - ever-smiling
Suhina - beautiful
Suhrita - well-disposed
Sujala - affectionate
Sujata - good caste
Sujaya - victory
Sukanya - comely
Sukeshi - with beautiful hari
Sukriti - good deed
Suksma - Fine
Sukumari - soft; meritorious
Sulabha - easy; natural
Sulakshana - well brought up
Sulalita - very pleasing
Sulekh - beautifullY
Suloch - one with beautiful eyes
Sulochana - one with beautiful eyes
Sultana - queen
Sumana - Good natured
Sumanolata - flowery
Sumati - wisdom
Sumedha - wise
Sumita - a good friend
Sumitra - mother of Lakshmana
Sunanda - very pleasing
Sunandini - happy
Sunandita - happy
Sunayana - a woman with lovely eyes
Sunayani - a woman with lovely eyes
Sundari - beautiful
Sundha - character in Ramayana
Suneeti - mother of Dhruva
Sunetra - beautiful eyes
Sunila - blue
Sunita - Good morals
Suniti - good principles
Suparna - leafy
Suprabha - radiant
Supriti - true love
Supriya - Beloved
Surabhi - Wish-yielding cow; fragrance
Suraksha - protection
Surama - very pleasing
Suranjana - pleasing
Suravinda - A beautiful Yaksa
Surekha - beautifully drawn
Surina - goddess
Surotama - Auspicious Apsara
Suruchi - good taste
Surupa - Beautiful
Suryakanti - sun's rays
Sushama - beauty
Sushanti - peace
Sushila - well behaved
Sushma - Beautiful woman
Sushmita - Good smile
Sushobhana - beautiful
Susita - white
Susmita - smiling
Sutanuka - beautiful
Sutapa - seeker of God
Suvarna - golden
Suvarnaprabha - lustre of gold
Suvarnarekha - ray of gold
Suvarnmala - gold necklace
Swagata - welcome
Swaha - wife of Agni; lord of the fire
Swapna - dreamlike; dream
Swapnali - dreamlike
Swapnasundari - girl of dreams
Swarnalata - lustrous
Swarupa - truth
Swasti - a star
Swati - a star
Sweta Fair complexioned
Tabassum - a flower
Tamali - a tree with very dark bark
Tamalika - belonging to a place full of Tamal
Tamanna - desire
Tamasa - a river; darkness
Tamasi - night
Tambura - a musical instrument
Tanaya - son
Tanika - rope
Tanima - slenderness
Tanmaya - absorbed
Tannishtha - dedicated
Tanseem - salute of paradise
Tanu - body
Tanuja - daughter
Tanuka - slender
Tanushri - beautiful
Tanushri - beauty
Tanvi - a delicate girl
Tapani - the river Godavari
Tapasi - a female ascetic
Tapati - the sun's daughter
Tapi - name of a river
Tapti - a river
Tara - star; wife of Lord Brihaspati
Taraka - star
Tarakeshwari - Goddess Parvati
Tarakini - starry night
Tarala - honeybee
Tarana - music like
Tarangini - a river
Tarannum - melody
Tarika - starlet
Tarini - Goddess Parvati
Tarjani - the first finger
Taru - tree
Tarulata - creeper
Taruni - young girl
Tarunika - young girl
Tarunima - youth
Tatini - river
Teertha - place of pilgrimage
Teesta - a river
Tehzeeb - elegance Tejal - lustrous
Teja - radiant
Tejaswi - lustrous
Tejaswini - lustrous
Thumri - light classical melody
Tilaka - a kind of necklace
Tilottama - a celestial maiden
Timila - a musical
Titiksha - forgiveness
Toral - a folk heroine
Tridhara - the river Ganga
Triguna - maya or illusion; Goddess Durga
Triguni - the three dimensions
Trikaya - three dimentional
Trilochana - Lord Shiva
Trinayani - Goddess Durga
Trinetra - Goddess Durga
Triparna - leaf of sacred Bael
Tripta - satisfied
Tripti - satisfaction
Tripurasundari - Goddess Parvati
Tripuri - Goddess Paravati
Trisha - thirst
Trishala - mother of Lord Mahavir
Trishna - thirst
Triveni - confluence of three sacred rivers
Triyama - night
Trupti - satiatedness
Trusha - thirst
Tuhina - snow
Tulasi - the sacred basil
Tulika - brush
Tusharkana - a particle of snow
Tusti - peace; happiness
Udaya - dawn
Udita - one who has risen
Uditi - rising
Ujas - bright
Ujjala - bright
Ujjanini - an ancient city
Ujjwala - bright; lustrous
Ujwala - bright
Ulka - meteor
Ulupi - wife of Arjuna; the Pandava prince
Uma - Goddess Parvati
Uma - Parvati
Umika - Goddess Parvati
Umrao - noble
Unnati - progress
Upala - sandy shore
Upama - simile
Upasana - veneration
Ura - the heart
Urja - energy
Urmi - wave
Urmil - wife of Lakshmana, Lord Rama's brother
Urmila - wife of Lakshmana, Lord Rama's brother
Urmimala - garland of waves
Urna - cover
Urshita - firm
Urvashi - a celestial maiden
Urvasi - most beautiful of Apsaras
Urvi - earth
Usha - dawn; sun rise
Ushakiran - rays of morning sun
Ushakiran - the first rays
Ushashi - morning
Ushma - eat
Usri - a river
Utpala - lotus
Utpalini - lotus pond
Utsa - spring
Uttara - daughter of king Virata
Vagdevi - Goddess Sarawati
Vahini - flowing
Vaidehi - name of Sita
Vaijayanti - a garland of Lord Vishnu
Vaijayantimala - a garland of Lord Vishnu
Vaishali - an ancient city of India
Vaishali - name of an ancient city
Vaishavi - Goddess Parvati
Vaishnodevi - Goddess Parvati
Vajra - diamond
Vallari - Goddess Parvati; creeper
Valli - creeper Vama - woman
Vallika - creeper
Vanadurga - Goddess Parvati
Vanaja - a forest girl
Vanamala - garland of forests
Vanani - forest
Vandana - salute
Vandana - worship
Vanhi - fire
Vanhishikha - flame
Vani - muse; Goddess Saraswati
Vanita - woman
Vanmala - wildflower garland
Varada - Goddess Lakshmi
Varana - a river
Vari - water; sea
Varija - lotus
Varsha - rain
Varuna - wife of the lord of the sea; name of a river
Varuni - a goddess
Varuni - wife of the lord of the sea; Goddess Durga Vasanti
Vasanta - spring
Vasavi - wife of Indra
Vasudha - the earth
Vasudhara - Earth
Vasumati - unequalled splendour
Vasundhara - the earth
Vatsala - affectionate
Vedi - altar
Vedika - altar; a river
Vedvalli - joy of the Vedas
Veena - a musical instrument - Beena
Veenapani - Goddess Saraswati
Vela - time
Vetravati - a river in India
Vibha - radiance
Vibhavari - starry night
Vibhuti - great personality
Vidhut - electricity
Vidula - moon
Vidya - wisdom; knowledge
Vidyul - lightning
Vidyut - lightning
Vijaya - victorious
Vijayalakshmi - goddess of victory
Vijeta - victorious
Vijul - a silk-cottom tree
Vilasini - playful
Vilina - dedicated
Vimala - pure
Vinanti - prayer; request
Vinata - humble; mother of Garuda
Vinaya - modest
Vindhya - knowledge
Vineeta - humble
Vinita - requester
Vinoda - pleasing
Vinodini - happy girl
Vinodini - pleasing
Vipasa - a river
Vipula - plenty
Virata - bravery
Visala - celestial Apsara
Vishakha - a star
Vishala - wide; spacious
Vishalakshi - large-eyed
Vishaya - subject
Vishnumaya - Goddess Parvati
Vishnupriya - Goddess Lakshmi
Viveka - right
Vrajabala - girl from Mathura and its neighbourhood
Vrinda - tulsi; basil; Radha
Vritti - nature; temperament
Vrunda - tulsi; basil; Radha
Waheeda - beautiful
Wamika - Goddess Durga
Wamil - beautiful
Yaksha - a Sister of Daksha
Yamini - night
Yamuna - Indian River
Yamuna - Jamuna river
Yamune - Indian River
Yashaswini - one who is successful
Yashawini - successful lady
Yashila - famous
Yashoda - Krishna's mother
Yasmeen - Jasmine flower
Yasmin - Jasmine flower
Yasmina - Jasmine flower
Yasmine - Jasmine flower
Yatee - Goddess Durga
Yauvani - Youthful
YaVonne - Indian for beautiful
Yogini - one who can control senses
Yogita - one who can concentrate
Yojana - A unit of measure for long distances; A Plan
Yuvati - young woman
Zahra - beautiful; fair in colour
Zarine - golden
Zeenat - beauty

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