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Hindu and Indian Baby Names
With Their Meanings

Most of the names that people of the Hindu faith select for their children originated on the Indian sub-contintent. Modern day India is one of the most religious diverse countries in the world with a majority Hindu population having lived in close proximity with Muslim, Christian, Jain and Buddhist communities for centuries. These traditions and cultures have influenced each other, with some names being shared by people of different traditions. Thus people of Indian extraction who identify as Hindus have a wide variety of names to choose from.

In looking for an appropriate name for your child, you may want to look at a shorter list of names that have a more specifically Hindu connotation, or you may want to extend your search to the broader subcultures of India

Hindu specific names for boys

Hindu specific names for girls

Hindu and Indian names for boys

Hindu and Indian names for girls

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God and Science (Hypertext Edition, 2005).
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