10 May 2006

Hindu Baby Names And Their Meanings

 Hindu people take naming their children very seriously. They give their children names that will guide them to live a life of morality. The name is often reminiscent of divine qualities. Hindus often name their children after holy people, sages, saints, and even use the names of God and the Gods.

Many people are looking for exotic and unique names for their babies today. Tired of the same old names like William and Mary, some are looking towards Hindu names to find one for their baby that will make them stand out as an individual.

Boy Names
Each Hindu name has a meaning and most parents look at the meaning as well as the name itself. If you are looking for a strong, powerful name for your son, consider these:-
    Jayin (Conqueror)
    Nayakan (Hero)
    Nirek (Superior)
    Ojayit (Courageous)
    Paranjoy (Conqueror of Life)
    Paramjit (Heroic)
    Ranjiv (Victorious)
    Sabal (With strength)
    Sahasya (Mighty)
    Savir (Leader)

Many male Hindu names have royal connotations such as:-
    Adhiraj(King)
    Akhilesh (Lord & master)
    Bhupal(King)
    Birendra (King of warriors)
    Hemen(The King of gold)
    Hiresh (King of precious stones)
    Iravan (King of ocean)
    Kanvar (Prince)

There are other beautiful male Hindu names to choose from with many meaningful translations including Aashish (Blessing), Bijoy (Full of joy), Chiman (Curious), Deep (Light), Ekagrah (Focused), Gandhik (Fragrance), Hardik (Full of love), Jawahar (Gem), Mitrajit (Friendly), Navrang (Colorful), Paran (Life), Rasul (Angel), Sadhil (Perfect), Tuhin (Snowy), Umang (Desire), Vatsa (Son), and Yamir (Moon).

Girl Names
Baby girl Hindu names are equally if not more beautiful than the boy names. Many names have gem and flower meanings such as:-
    Prithika (Flower)
    Reena (Gem)
    Samali (Bouquet)
    Taj (Crown/Jewel)
    Vainavi (Gold)
    Vanalika (Sunflower)

There are also many names with celestial meanings such as:-
    Anamitra (The sun)
    Arundhati (Star)
    Bhumika (Earth)
    Bhuvi (Heaven)
    Chandrika (Moon)
    Dhara (Earth)
    Indulekha (Moon)

Of course, there are many more beautiful names to choose from including Alpana (Beautiful), Bimala (Pure), Chahna (Love), Devanshi (Divine), Fulki (Spark), Grishma (Warmth), Ipsita (Desire), Kala (Art), Lalima (Beauty), Mitali (Friendly), Nirali (Different), Panchali (Princess), Sarayu (Wind), Usha (Dawn), and Venya (Lovable).

For both boys and girls alike, there are many names with god and goddess meanings such as Ambika (Goddess Parvati), Bhaumi (Goddess Sita), Banke (Lord Krishna), Devkumar (Son of God), Hemavati (Goddess Parvati), Hiranya (Lord Vishnu), Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth), Nadiy (Holy place), Narayan (Lord Vishnu), Parvati (Goddess), Rishi (Sage), and Sara (Goddess of Sound).

As you can see, there are many stylish and exquisite Hindu baby names from which to choose. If you are not Hindu though, you may want to check with someone who is for the exact pronunciation of a name.


-By Julie Parker
About the Author:-
Julie Parker is a successful writer and publisher providing valuable tips and advice on finding the top baby names, unusual baby names, and baby name meanings.

http://www.top-baby-names.net
 

4 comments:

Masy said...

ape makna..
Shah Rukh Khan??
hehe

MiLd said...

shah meaning gentleman from Sanskrit Sadhu. The rest of it try to find at them here: http://www.indianchild.com/indian_baby_names.htm

harsha vardhani said...

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MiLd Izz said...

Thank You Harsha Vardhani. The post written by Julie Parker. Julie Parker is a successful writer and publisher providing valuable tips and advice on finding the top baby names, unusual baby names, and baby name meanings.

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