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Indian baby names are typically associated with Hindu gods—think Indra (“supreme ruler of the gods”) and Anahita (“goddess of fertility and water”)— or Sanskrit words like Arun (“sun”) or Chandra (“of the moon”) that represent the natural world.
Hindi: Mother of five hundred children; a mother goddess
Hindi: The first
Hindi: The sun
Hindi: The mountain thrower
Hindi: The unborn
Ambergris is odoriferous and is used in the making of perfume products. Amber, the fossilized jewel as it is defined in English...
Greek: Immortal; In mythology, Ambrosia is a food delicacy of the gods and immortal beings.
Hindi: Name of a serpent
Hindi: From Anga
Hindi: Endearing, beautiful; name of a legendary Hindu wise woman
Hindi: In Hindu mythology, Apsaras are female spirits of nature akin to water or forest nymphs. They are considered beautiful creatures...
Hindi: Noble goddess
Hindi: An incarnation of God
Brother of Balaan
Hindi: The supporter
Hindi: Lord of the earth
Hindi: Symbol of the sun
Sanskrit: Of the moon
Hindi: A beautiful mind, one who is wise
Hindi: Evil spirit
Hindi: Subduing; in Hindu legend, the name of a beautiful princess
Hindi: Ultimate law of all things; In certain religions, such as Buddhism and Hinduism, dharma is the essential nature of all that...
Hindi: The name given to the cave temples of India.
Hindi: Father of Vishvamitra
Hindi: Lord of the dwarves
Hindi: The god who carried Vishnu
Hindi: Yellow or pale; name of a Hindu goddess