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Hindu Baby Names
Girls Names

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  Aasia  
  Abha lustrous beauty 
  Abhilasha  
  Achal steady, mountainous 
  Achit  
  Adhira lightning 
  Adishree exalted 
  Aditi free and unbounded 
  Ahimsa nonviolent virtue 
  Ajay unconquerable, god 
  Akanksha  
  Akriti  
  Akshita  
  Akuti princess 
  Alankrita  
  Alka  
  Alpa  
  Amal bright, clean, pure; hope, wish, dream 
  Amandeep light of peace 
  Ambar sky 
  Amberley the sky 
  Ambika goddess of destruction 
  Amisha  
  Amita without limits 
  Amrita immortality 
  Anamika  
  Anar  
  Anika very beautiful, graceful 
  Anita  
  Anjali  
  Anjana  
  Ankita  
  Annapurna one of the Hindu Goddesses 
  Anshu  
  Anu  
  Anupama  
  Anuradha a bright star 
  Anusree pretty 
  Anvita  
  Aolani Cloud from Heaven 
  Aparajita  
  Aparna same as Parvati 
  Arti  
  Aruna radiance 
  Arushi  
  Asha hope, life 
  Ashima  
  Ashrita  
  Askini daughter of Prajapati Virat 
  Asmita pride 
  Athalia God is exalted, the lord is mighty 
  Atmaja daughter 
  Avani  
  Avanti ancient Malwa 
  Avantika  
  Avasa independent 
  Ayushi  
  Ayushmati person who has a long life 
  Bageshwari  
  Baka crane 
  Bansari Bansuri 
  Bel sacred wood apple tree 
  Bhagini  
  Bharati  
  Bhavya  
  Bhayana  
  Bhoomi earth 
  Bijal  
  Bina a musical instrument, intelligence 
  Bindiya  
  Cauvery  
  Chaitaly  
  Chaitra aries sign 
  Chane name of a god, dependability 
  Charu  
  Chhavvi  
  Chhaya shadow 
  Chitra portrait 
  Chitrangda  
  Daksha  
  Damini lightning 
  Deena  
  Deepali  
  Deepika a little light 
  Deepti  
  Devaki black, mother of Krishna 
  Devi resides in heaven 
  Dharmista  
  Divya heavenly, brilliant 
  Drisana daughter of the sun 
  Dristi sight, a form of the Devi 
  Druti  
  Ekta  
  Elina pure, intelligent  Girl
  Falguni  
  Firaki  
  Gajendra elephant king 
  Ganesa good luck 
  Gargi  
  Gauri yellow 
  Gayatri mother of the Vedas 
  Girija  
  Gita  
  Gitanjali  
  Gitika  
  Guddu  
  Harsha  
  Harshita  
  Hem  
  Hema snow, himalayas 
  Hemangi  
  Hemangini  
  Hemlata  
  Hetal  
  Hina  
  Hinda female deer 
  Ila  
  Ina  
  Inayat kindness 
  Indira India 
  Indrina deep 
  Indu  
  Ira watchful, descendant 
  Ishana rich 
  Ishita  
  Iti  
  Jagrati  
  Jahnavi  
  Jaina good character 
  Jaya name of a God, victory 
  Jayani a sakti of Ganesha 
  Jayne victorious 
  Jesal  
  Jigisha  
  Juana  
  Juhi  
  Jyoti light 
  Jyotsna  
  Kajal eyeliner 
  Kajol  
  Kala time, black 
  Kalpana  
  Kamakshi a Devi, same as Lalita 
  Kamala lotus 
  Kamna desire 
  Kanchana a celestial Apsara, gold 
  Kantha name of a God 
  Kanushi  
  Karishma  
  Karka crab 
  Katyayani  
  Kaveri sacred river of India 
  Kavindra mighty poet 
  Kavita poem 
  Kerani sacred bells 
  Ketaki  
  Ketika  
  Kimatra seduce 
  Kiran ray 
  Kirti fame, a form of the Devi 
  Kitu  
  Komal  
  Kriti a work of art 
  Krupa  
  Krupali  
  Kshama forgiveness, patience, a form of the Devi 
  Kuhuk  
  Kumud  
  Kunti  
  Kusum  
  Lalasa love 
  Lalima  
  Lalita  
  Lata  
  Lavani grace 
  Laxmi  
  Lolaksi a sakti of Ganesha 
  Madhavi  
  Madhu honey 
  Madhul  
  Madhulika  
  Madhur sweet 
  Madhuri  
  Mahima  
  Mahita  
  Maitryi friendship 
  Malati small fragrant flower 
  Malavika  
  Maliha strong, beautiful 
  Malina tower, dark  Girl
  Mallika  
  Mamta mother's love for child, wife of sage Asija 
  Manasi  
  Manavi  
  Mandara mythical tree 
  Mandeep light of heart 
  Manisha sharp intellect, genius, sagacity 
  Manjari  
  Manju  
  Manjula  
  Manushi  
  Marisa mother of Daksa 
  Maruti  
  Matangi a Devi 
  Matrika mother, name of goddess 
  Maya divine creative forse in everything 
  Mayuri  
  Medha intelligence, a form of the Devi 
  Meena precious stone 
  Meenakshi  
  Meera  
  Megha  
  Meghana raincloud 
  Mela religious gathering 
  Mena mother of Menaka 
  Menaka celestial damsel 
  Mesha ram, born under the sign of Aries 
  Misha  
  Mohini most beautiful 
  Mridul  
  Mridula  
  Mrinalini  
  Naina eyes 
  Namrata  
  Nandini  
  Nandita  
  Narmada name of a river 
  Navdeep  
  Neeharika  
  Neelam sapphire 
  Neelja  
  Neena  
  Neerja lotus flower 
  Neeta  
  Neha rain 
  Nickita  
  Nidra a form of the Devi 
  Niju Pansophist 
  Nikita  
  Nilima  
  Nilini perpetuator of the Kuru race 
  Nimisha  
  Nimmi  
  Niradhara  
  Niral  
  Nirguna  
  Nirvana deep silence, ultimate bliss 
  Nisha night 
  Nishtha  
  Nitara deeply rooted 
  Niti  
  Nitu  
  Nitya goddess Parvati 
  Nivedita  
  Niverta  
  Niyati fate 
  Padma Goddess Lakshmi 
  Padmini  
  Pallavi  
  Palomi  
  Pamee  
  Pankhudi  
  Pankita  
  Parnika auspicious Apsara 
  Parnita auspicious Apsara 
  Parthivi the Goddess Sita 
  Parul  
  Parvani full moon 
  Parvati the Goddess Sarasvati 
  Parveen star 
  Paulomi  
  Pauravi  
  Pavi  
  Payal anklet 
  Phoolan flower 
  Phutika  
  Pivari a wife of Sukha 
  Piyali tree 
  Pooja prayer 
  Poonam  
  Prabha lustrous 
  Prabhati morning 
  Prachi  
  Pradeepta glowing 
  Pragati progress 
  Pragya wisdom 
  Prama knowing truth 
  Pramada woman 
  Pranati prayer 
  Prapti gain 
  Prashanti peace 
  Pratiksha  
  Pratima image 
  Preeti love 
  Prema  
  Premila  
  Prerana  
  Preyasi beloved 
  Prisha  
  Prita dear one 
  Priti satisfaction, renowned wife of Pulastya/Sukha 
  Pritika beloved 
  Priya loved one, darling 
  Priyanka  
  Pulkita  
  Pundari  
  Punita  
  Purva  
  Purvaja elder sister 
  Purvi  
  Pusti nourishment, a form of the Devi, wife of Ganapati 
  Rachna  
  Radha  
  Radhika a form of the Devi, 5th Sakti, wife of Krishna 
  Ragini  
  Rajni  
  Rakhi  
  Raksha  
  Ramya elegant, beautiful 
  Rani a queen 
  Ranjana  
  Ranjita  
  Rasika  
  Rasna  
  Rati a Devi 
  Reena  
  Rekha straight line 
  Reman  
  Renuka  
  Reshma silky 
  Revati wife of Balarama 
  Riddhi Siddhi will follow 
  Rima  
  Rina queen 
  Rishbha  
  Ritu  
  Rohana sandalwood 
  Rohini  
  Roshni light 
  Ruchi  
  Ruchika  
  Ruchira  
  Rudrani a wife of Shiva 
  Rukmini  
  Rupa  
  Rupal  
  Rupali  
  Sachi bliss-child; wife of Indra  Girl
  Sadhana  
  Sagara ocean 
  Sahana  
  Saheli friend 
  Sahiba lady 
  Sahila guide 
  Sajili decorated 
  Sajni beloved 
  Sakti energy, goodness 
  Saloni dear, beautiful 
  Samiksha  
  Sampriti attachment 
  Samta  
  Sanchay collection 
  Sandya sunset time, name of a God 
  Sangita musical 
  Sanjna wife of the Sun 
  Sanjula beautiful 
  Sanyogita  
  Sanyukta  
  Sapna dream 
  Sarasvati a Goddess 
  Saravati  
  Sarika thrush 
  Sarisha charming 
  Sarita stream, river 
  Sarmistha a daughter of Vrsaparvan 
  Saru  
  Saryu A river in Ramayana 
  Sashi  
  Sasthi  
  Satyavati mother of Vyasa 
  Saumya  
  Saundarya  
  Savarna daughter of the ocean 
  Savita sun 
  Savitri a form of the Devi, 4th Sakti 
  Seema symbol  Girl
  Sesha serpent who symbolizes time 
  Sevati white rose 
  Sevita beloved 
  Shaila  
  Shailaja  
  Shaili style 
  Shaina  
  Shalini  
  Shamita peacemaker 
  Shanata peaceful 
  Shantah peace, name of a God 
  Sharda  
  Sharmila  
  Sharmistha  
  Shashi the moon, moonbeam 
  Sheetal cool 
  Shikha  
  Shivani  
  Shobha  
  Shobhna  
  Shradhdha  
  Shreya auspicious 
  Shri lustre 
  Shridevi  
  Shrijani creative 
  Shruti hearing 
  Shubha  
  Siddhi then you must have a Riddhi 
  Simoni obedient 
  Simran God's Gift 
  Sirisha  
  Smita smiling 
  Smridhi  
  Smriti recollection, a form of the Devi 
  Sneh  
  Sneha  
  Snigdha  
  Sobha  
  Somatra excelling the moon 
  Sona gold 
  Sonakshi golden eye 
  Sonal golden 
  Sonika golden 
  Sraddha faith, a wife of Shiva 
  Srilata  
  Sripada  
  Srishti  
  Sruti  
  Subhadra a wife of Arjuna 
  Subhaga a fortunate person 
  Subhangi  
  Subhuja auspicious Apsara 
  Suchi  
  Suchitra  
  Sudevi wife of Krishna 
  Sudha  
  Sujata  
  Sukanya  
  Suksma  
  Sumanna  
  Sumati  
  Sumitra  
  Sundeep  
  Sunita a daughter of Dharma 
  Suniti  
  Suparna leafy 
  Suprabha radiant 
  Supriti  
  Supriya Su means good and "Priya" means "loved one" 
  Surabhi wish-yielding cow 
  Suravinda a beautiful Yaksa 
  Surotama auspicious Apsara 
  Suruchi  
  Surupa  
  Surya the sun 
  Sushanti peace 
  Sushma  
  Sushmita smiling 
  Susila wife of Krishna, clever in amorous sciences 
  Suvrata a child of Daksa 
  Swarupa truth 
  Swati  
  Sweta  
  Tamali  
  Tanu  
  Tanuja  
  Tanushi  
  Tanvi  
  Tapi  
  Tapti  
  Tara rocky hill, tower  Girl
  Tasha  
  Tejal  
  Teji  
  Toral  
  Trilochana  
  Trishna thirst, a form of the Devi 
  Trupti  
  Trusha  
  Tuhina  
  Tulasi a Devi 
  Tusti peace, happiness, a for of the Devi 
  Udaya  
  Ujjwala  
  Uma nation, mother, horse  Girl
  Unnati progress 
  Urmila wife of Lakshmana 
  Urvasi most beautiful of Apsaras 
  Usha  
  Ushma  
  Uttara mother of Pariksit 
  Vaisakhi  
  Vaishali  
  Vandana  
  Vandita  
  Vanjan  
  Varsha rain 
  Varuni a goddess 
  Vasanta spring 
  Vasavi mentaldaughter of the Pitrs 
  Vasudhara  
  Vasuki  
  Vasumati apsara of unequalled splendour 
  Veena  
  Vibhuti  
  Vidya wisdom, knowledge 
  Vikriti  
  Vimala pure, sakti of the Gayatri Devi 
  Vinata humble, mother of Garuda 
  Vinaya good behaviour 
  Vinita  
  Virini  
  Visala celestial Apsara 
  Vrinda virtue and strength 
  Yaksha a sister of Daksha 
  Yamini  
  Yamura  
  Yogini  
  Yogita  
  Zankhana  
  Zarna  

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The Rev. Charles P. Henderson is a Presbyterian minister and author of Faith, Science and the Future, published in 1994 by CrossCurrents Press. He is also the author of God and Science (John Knox / Westminster, 1986) which he is now rewriting to incorporate more recent developments in the conversation taking place between scientists and theologians. He has also written widely for such publications as The New York Times, The Nation, Commonweal, The Christian Century and others.

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