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  Aakarshan attraction 
  Abhay a son of Dharma 
  Abhi  
  Abhijit a constellation dear to Hari 
  Abhinav  
  Abhishek  
  Achyuta a name of Vishnu 
  Aditya lord of the sun 
  Ajatashatru a name of Vishnu 
  Ajit  
  Ajitabh  
  Akaash sky 
  Akshay name of a God 
  Alok  
  Amal bright, clean, pure; hope, wish, dream 
  Amar forever 
  Amit endless 
  Amitabh  
  Amitava  
  Amol  
  Amrit nectar 
  Amul  
  Amulya priceless 
  Anand bliss, happiness 
  Anant  
  Anay  
  Angada a son of Lakshmana 
  Anil  
  Anirudhh  
  Anish  
  Anjuman a party place (mehfil) 
  Ankit  
  Ankur  
  Anniruddha son of Pradyummna 
  Anoop incomparable, the best 
  Anshul  
  Anshuman  
  Arjun one of the Pandavas 
  Arun  
  Arvind  
  Aseem  
  Ashish blessings 
  Ashok  
  Ashutosh  
  Ashwin strong horse 
  Ashwini  
  Asija a great sage, brother of Brihaspati 
  Asuman lord of vital breaths 
  Asvathama sun of drona 
  Asvin (Nasatya and Dasra) gods of medicine 
  Atharvan knower of the Arthara vedas 
  Atmajyoti light of Atma 
  Atman the self 
  Atul  
  Atulya  
  Avinash  
  Ayush  
  Babul  
  Balavan powerful 
  Bali Mighty warrior 
  Balram  
  Bankim  
  Bansi  
  Bhagirath  
  Bharat  
  Bhaskar  
  Bhavesh  
  Bhavin  
  Bhavya  
  Bhim  
  Bhishma  
  Bhrigu a Prajapati 
  Bhudev lord of the earth 
  Bhupen  
  Bhupendra  
  Bhuvan  
  Brij  
  Brijesh  
  Chaman  
  Chander moon 
  Chane name of a god, dependability 
  Chapal  
  Charan  
  Chetan  
  Chinmay  
  Chintu  
  Chiranjeev  
  Chrirag  
  Dahana a Rudra 
  Dakshesh  
  Darshan a god's name 
  Daruka  
  Dattatreya a son of Atri, a god 
  Deepak  
  Devang  
  Devarsi sage of the Devas 
  Devesh  
  Devitri  
  Devrity  
  Dhananjay Arjuna 
  Dharma  
  Dharmavira  
  Dharmendra  
  Dharmesh  
  Dharuna a rishi 
  Dhatri a son of Vishnu, Lakshmi 
  Dhaval  
  Dhruv  
  Dilip a king, ancestor of Rama 
  Dinesh  
  Dinkar  
  Divyesh  
  Duranjaya a heroic son 
  Durga unreachable 
  Durjaya difficult to conquer 
  Durmada  
  Dvimidha  
  Ekachakra son of Kashyapa 
  Eknath poet, saint 
  Falgun month in the Hindu calendar 
  Gagan  
  Gaman  
  Ganesh a Hindu God 
  Gaurav  
  Gautam  
  Geet  
  Girish  
  Gopal Lord Krishna 
  Gul  
  Gulab  
  Hardik  
  Haresh  
  Harish  
  Harsh joy 
  Hastin elephant 
  Hemal  
  Hemang  
  Hemant  
  Hemendra  
  Hiten  
  Hitendra  
  Hitesh  
  Hridayesh  
  Hrishikesh  
  Indra God of rain and thunder 
  Ira watchful, descendant 
  Iravan son of Arjuna/Uloopi 
  Isha one who protects 
  Ishver  
  Jafar little stream 
  Jaidev  
  Janak  
  Janardan  
  Jatin  
  Jayant victorious, a Rudra 
  Jaysukh  
  Jeevan life 
  Jiger  
  Jilesh  
  Jimuta one of 108 names of the Sun God 
  Jinesh  
  Jiten  
  Jitendra  
  Jivana one of 108 names of the Sun God 
  Jivin to give life 
  Kabir  
  Kahn  
  Kailash  
  Kalidas the poet, musician 
  Kalkin tenth incarnation of God Vishnu 
  Kalpanath  
  Kamadev god of love 
  Kamal lotus flower, name of a God 
  Kamlesh  
  Kanak gold 
  Kanan  
  Kapil name of a rishi 
  Kartik  
  Kartikeya Subramanyam, Skanda, son of Shiva and Parvati 
  Kaushal  
  Kaushik  
  Kavi poet 
  Kedar mountain lord, powerful 
  Keshav Krishna's name 
  Ketan  
  Kintan wearing a crown 
  Kirit crown, tiara 
  Kishore  
  Kripa has a twin sister Kripi 
  Krunal  
  Kuldeep  
  Kulvir  
  Kunal  
  Kusagra a king 
  Kush son of Rama 
  Kushan  
  Lakshman brother of Rama 
  Lakshya target 
  Lalit  
  Lokesh  
  Madan  
  Madhav Krishna 
  Madhusudhana Krishna 
  Mahabala strength 
  Mahavira son of Priyavrata 
  Mahesh  
  Maitreya disciple of sage Parasara 
  Manavendra  
  Mandhatri prince 
  Manik  
  Manish  
  Manoj  
  Mansukh  
  Manu  
  Markandeya a sage 
  Matanga sage, advisor to Devi Lalita 
  Mayon the black God 
  Mehul A derivative of Mukul 
  Mihir  
  Milind  
  Minesh  
  Mitali friend 
  Mitesh  
  Mohan charming 
  Mohin  
  Mohit  
  Mukta means a pearl in Telugu 
  Mukul  
  Mukunda  
  Nabendu  
  Nachiketa  
  Naimish  
  Nakul  
  Namdev poet, saint 
  Nanda  
  Nandin the delightful, follower of Shiva 
  Narayana Vishnu 
  Naresh  
  Narsi poet, saint 
  Nartana makes others dance 
  Naveen  
  Nayan  
  Neel blue 
  Neeraj  
  Nihar mist, fog, dew 
  Nikhil  
  Nikunj  
  Nilay  
  Nimai name of Lord Krishna 
  Nimesh  
  Niraj lotus flower 
  Niramitra son of pandava Sahadeva 
  Niranjan  
  Nirav  
  Nishad the musical note Ni 
  Nitesh  
  NityaSundara good-looking 
  Omarjeet  
  Padmakar  
  Pallav  
  Pandita scholar 
  Pandya  
  Pankaj lotus flower 
  Parag  
  Paramartha great entity 
  Paras touchstone 
  Parth A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna 
  Partha A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna 
  Piyush  
  Prabhakar cause of lustre 
  Prabodh  
  Pradeep light 
  Praful  
  Pramath  
  Pramsu A scholar 
  Pranav OM 
  Pranay love, romance 
  Prasanth  
  Prasata father of Draupad 
  Prashant  
  Prasoon  
  Prassana cheerful 
  Pratap  
  Pratik symbol 
  Pratyush  
  Praveen proficient 
  Prayag  
  Preetish  
  Prem love 
  Prithu first Ksatriya, son of Vena 
  Privrata son of Satarupa 
  Pulkit  
  Pundarik white in colour 
  Puranjay  
  Purujit conqueror of many 
  Pusan a sage 
  Puskara  
  Ragin  
  Rahul  
  Raivata a Manu 
  Raj  
  Rajan  
  Rajani  
  Rajanikant  
  Rajendra God 
  Rajesh  
  Rakesh  
  Ram Lord Rama 
  Raman  
  Ramanuja a saint 
  Ranjan  
  Ranjeet  
  Rantidev devotee of Narayana 
  Ratri night 
  Ravi benevolent, sun God 
  Ravindra  
  Rikin  
  Rishab the musical note Re 
  Rishi  
  Rohit red color 
  Ronak  
  Roshan  
  Ruchir  
  Rupesh  
  Sachchit Truth, Consciousness 
  Sachin  
  Sagar king 
  Sahadev prince 
  Sahen falcon 
  Sahib sir 
  Samir wind 
  Sampath  
  Samudra lord of the ocean 
  Sanat  
  Sandeep Rishi (Sega of Gods), named after Sandipani Rishi 
  Sandy  
  Sanjay  
  Sanjeev  
  Sanjog  
  Sankara  
  Santosh  
  Sapan  
  Sarasvan  
  Sarat  
  Sarngin name of God Vishnu 
  Sarojin lotus-like 
  Saswata  
  Satayu brother of Amavasu and Vivasu 
  Satruijt a son of Vatsa 
  Satyen  
  Saudeep  
  Saunak boy sage 
  Saurabh  
  Senajit  
  Shailen  
  Shailesh  
  Shalabh  
  Shalin  
  Shankar  
  Shantanu  
  Sharad  
  Shashi the moon, moonbeam 
  Shashwat ever lasting 
  Shishir  
  Shiv Lord Shiva 
  Shrey  
  Shvetank  
  Shyam  
  Siddharth  
  Singh lion 
  Snehal  
  Soham  
  Sridhar  
  Srijan  
  Srikant  
  Srinath  
  Srinivas  
  Sriram  
  Subodh  
  Sudarshan  
  Sudesha a son of Krishna 
  Sudeva good Deva 
  Sudhansu  
  Sudhir  
  Sugriva  
  Sukarman reciter of 1000 Samhitas 
  Sukumar tender 
  Sumadhur very sweet 
  Sumantu Atharva Veda was assigned to him 
  Sumati  
  Sumit  
  Sundara  
  Sunil  
  Suresh  
  Surya the sun 
  Suvrata a child of Daksa 
  Swagat  
  Swapnil  
  Taksa a son of Bharata 
  Tapan  
  Tapesh  
  Tarang  
  Tarun  
  Tej  
  Thaman name of a god 
  Tilak  
  Trisanu  
  Tushar  
  Udit  
  Upen  
  Upendra an element 
  Urjavaha of the Nimi dynasty 
  Uttam 3rd Manu 
  Uttanka  
  Vaibhav  
  Vairaja son of Virat 
  Vaninadh Husband of Saraswati (the goddess of knowledge) 
  Variya excellent one 
  Varun lord of the waters 
  Vasant  
  Vasava Indra 
  Vasu  
  Vasudev  
  Vasuman born of fire 
  Vedanga vedas 
  Veer  
  Vidvan scholar 
  Vijay  
  Vikas progress 
  Vikram glorious king 
  Vikrant  
  Vimal  
  Vinay good behaviour 
  Vineet  
  Vinod  
  Vipin  
  Vipul  
  Viraj  
  Virasana  
  Virat supreme being 
  Vishal  
  Visvajit one who conquers the universe 
  Visvakarman architect, son of Yogasiddha 
  Visvayu brother of Amavasuand Satayu 
  Viswanath  
  Vivatma universal soul 
  Vivek  
  Waman  
  Yash  
  Yashodhar  
  Yashovarman  
  Yashpal  
  Yogendra  
  Yogesh  
  Yudhajit  
  Zahin  
  Zev deer, wolf 

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