Popular Sanskrit names for girls and boys

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1 Asha Sanskrit Hope. Mythology: the wife of a Hindu demigod. F
2 Candra Sanskrit Of the moon. F
3 Carma Sanskrit Fate. F
4 Chan Sanskrit Shining. M
5 Chanda Sanskrit Dignified. F
6 Chandara Sanskrit Of the moon. F
7 Chandra Sanskrit Dignified; Of the moon. F
8 Chandria Sanskrit Of the moon. F
9 Chaundra Sanskrit Of the moon. F

10 Dev Sanskrit Title name meaning 'divine; god.'. M
11 Devi Sanskrit Divine. A mythological Hindu title relating to Shiva's wife who is known by different names according to her exercise of power for good or ill. F
12 Devika Sanskrit Little goddess. From the mythological Hindu 'Devi'. F
13 Dhana Sanskrit Wealthy. F
14 Dhanna Sanskrit Wealthy. F
15 Hari Sanskrit Lion. In Mythology Hari is one of the names of Vishnu. M
16 Indira Sanskrit Splendid. F
17 Indira Sanskrit Splendid. M
18 Jai Sanskrit Victorious. M
19 Jay Sanskrit Victorious. M
20 Jayne Sanskrit Victorious. F
21 Kalinda Sanskrit The sun. A Hindu mythological reference to the mountains of Kalinda or the sacred Kalindi river. F
22 Kalindi Sanskrit The sun. A Hindu mythological reference to the mountains of Kalinda or the sacred Kalindi river. F
23 Kalynda Sanskrit The sun. A Hindu mythological reference to the mountains of Kalinda or the sacred Kalindi river. F
24 Kama Sanskrit Love. F
25 Kannan Sanskrit A Form of Krishna. M
26 Kannen Sanskrit A Form of Krishna. M
27 Karma Sanskrit Actions are fate. Buddhist and Hindu concept of the inevitable effect of one's life actions. F
28 Kashmir Sanskrit The name of a state in India. F
29 Kazhmir Sanskrit The name of a state in India. F
30 Kiran Sanskrit Beam of light. M
31 Lalita Sanskrit Pleasant; Playful. In Hindu mythology Lalita is mistress and playmate to the Krishna. F
32 Layla Sanskrit Born at night. F
33 Laylah Sanskrit Born at night. F
34 Leela Sanskrit Play. F
35 Meena Sanskrit Fish. In Hindu mythology Meena is a name of the wife of Shiva. F
36 Opal Sanskrit Jewel. F
37 Opalina Sanskrit Jewel. F
38 Opaline Sanskrit Jewel. F
39 Opel Sanskrit Jewel. F
40 Raj Sanskrit King. Raja is an Indian or Malay princely title; Raj means 'rule.'. M
41 Raja Sanskrit King. Raja is an Indian or Malay princely title; Raj means 'rule.'. M
42 Rajah Sanskrit King. Raja is an Indian or Malay princely title; Raj means 'rule.'. M
43 Rajan Sanskrit King. Raja is an Indian or Malay princely title; Raj means 'rule.'. M
44 Ram Sanskrit Pleasing. Rama was mythological seventh incarnation of Vishnu and his story is told in the Hindi Ramayana. M
45 Rama Sanskrit Pleasing. Rama was mythological seventh incarnation of Vishnu and his story is told in the Hindi Ramayana. M
46 Ramos Sanskrit Pleasing. Rama was mythological seventh incarnation of Vishnu and his story is told in the Hindi Ramayana. M
47 Ravi Sanskrit Sun. Sitar player and composer Ravi Shankar. Mythological Hindi sun god Ravi.Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc. 1995. M
48 Rohan Sanskrit Ascending. M
49 Roshan Sanskrit Shining light. M
50 Taj Sanskrit Crown. M
51 Tara Sanskrit Shining. In Hindu mythology Tara is one of the names of the wife of Shiva. F
52 Upala Sanskrit Jewel. F
53 Usha Sanskrit Dawn. Mythological daughter of heaven and sister of night. F
54 Veda Sanskrit Understanding. F