Manjula

Manjula is an Indian female name meaning "pleasing, beautiful, lovely" in Sanskrit. Origin: Sanskrit  

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Sanjay

Sanjay is an Indian male name, the modern form of Sanjaya meaning "victorious, triumphant" in Sanskrit. In the Hindu epic poem, the Mahabharata, Sanjaya features as a charioteer who has the gift of divine sight. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Sanjaya (Hinduism) Sunjay  

Vikram

Vikram is an Indian male name, the modern form of Vikrama meaning "stride, pace" (in reference to someone who undertakes purposeful action) or "valor" in Sanskrit, referring to one who is wise, brave, and strong as well as victorious. It was used as another name for Hindu god Vishnu, the protector and preserver of the universe. Vikramaditya is the … Continue reading Vikram

Ravi

Ravi is an Indian male name meaning "sun" in Sanskrit as well as also being a synonym with Surya which also means "sun" in Sanskrit. In Hindu myth, Surya is the god of sun and Ravi is one of many names he is known by. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Rabi (Bengali)  

Jyoti

Jyoti (pr. jo-tee; Forvo) is an Indian unisex name meaning "light" from Sanskrit. Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Jyothi (Malayalam, Telugu) Jothi (Tamil) Jothi (Tamil)  

Gita

Gita is an Indian female name meaning "song" from Sanskrit gītā (song). The Bhagavad Gita (the divine song) is a Hindu epic poem in which the god Krishna and the prince Arjuna have a philosophical dialogue about the righteousness of battle against friends and family (Arjuna is about to battle his own cousin).  Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Geet (Hindi, Urdu) … Continue reading Gita

Mina

Mina is an Indian female name meaning "fish" in Sanskrit, as well as used as the Sanskrit term for the constellation Pisces; Minali is a variant of the name meaning "fish catcher". It's also a short form of Wilhelmina, the feminine form of Wilhelm, a German cognate of William meaning "wilfull protection" or "desiring protection" from Germanic elements wil (will, desire) and helm (helmet, protection). Mina … Continue reading Mina

Vidya

Vidya is an Indian unisex name meaning "knowledge, science, learning", "correct knowledge", "clarity", coming from the same root word as Veda from Sanskrit vetti (to know, to understand) from Proto-Indo-European root word *weyd (to see). It's also one of the epithets of the Hindu goddess Sarasvati (also spelled Saraswati). Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Widya (Indonesian)  

Nikita

Nikita is a Russian male name, the Russian form of Greek Niketas meaning "winner, victor", or from Greek Aniketos meaning "unconquerable". It's also an Indian female name originating from a completely different source, from Sanskrit niketa meaning "house, habitation". Origin: Ancient Greek, Sanskrit Female variants: Niketa (Indian, Marathi, Hindi)   Male variants: Mykyta (Ukrainian) Mikita (Belarusian) Niketas (Ancient Greek) Aniketos (Ancient … Continue reading Nikita