Naveen

Naveen is an Indian male name, a variant transcription of Navin meaning "new" which comes from Sanskrit navīna (new) which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. Naveen is also an Indian surname originating from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Navin (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam)   Female forms: Navina (Indian, Hindi) Naveena (Indian, …

Aditya

Aditya is an Indian and Indonesian male name meaning "belonging to Aditi" or "of "Aditi", Aditi being the name of a Hindu goddess, mother of all the gods and of the whole cosmos. Aditi means "free, limitless, boundless, entire" and "freedom, safety". Adityas refers to a group of Hindu gods, the children of Aditi and Kashyapa. Origin: Proto-Indo-European …

Yanna, Yana

Yanna is a Greek female name, a variant transcription of Gianna, itself an Italian diminutive of Giovanna which is the feminine form of Giovanni, the Italian form of John meaning “Yahweh is gracious” from Hebrew. Gianna is also a modern Greek variant of Ioanna, the Greek form of Joanna (also derived from the source above). I've also seen Yanna listed as a …

Akshay

Akshay is an Indian male name meaning "undecaying; eternal; undying", made up from Sanskrit elements a- (un-, not) and kṣayá (decay; corrosion; ruin), both of which ultimately derive from a PIE origin. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Akshaya (Odia) *In Odia it's a purely masculine name while in Tamil it's a feminine name   Female forms: Akshaya (Indian, Tamil)  

Surya

Surya is the name of a sun god in Hinduism, the son of Aditi and married to Saranyu, goddess of the clouds, and her sister Chhaya. His name means "sun". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Suriya (Tamil) Suraj (Indian, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Nepali)  

Vijay

Vijay is an Indian male name, a modern form of Vijaya, a unisex name meaning "victory". In Hindu mythology, Vijaya is the name of a grandson of Indra (the Hindu god of war and the heavens) as well as another name for the goddess Durga. In the Mahabharata, Vijaya is the name of a bow belonging to the great warrior Karna, a …

Parvati

Parvati is the name of a Hindu goddess of fertility, love, devotion, and power, and the wife of Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction and transformation. Parvati also has been known by other names, such as Uma and Gauri, and along with Lakshmi and Saraswati, forms the Tridev, a trinity of goddesses. Parvati means "mountain" or more implicitly, "she of the mountains", …

Shankar

Shankar is an Indian male name, the modern form of Shankara essentially meaning "maker of good fortune", made up from Sanskrit elements sham (auspicious, beneficent, causing prosperity) and kara (doer, maker). Shankara was another name for the god Shiva. Shankar is also an Indian surname originating from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Shankara (Hinduism) Sankar (Indian, Malayalam, Bengali)  

Karma

Karma is the name of a concept or belief in several Eastern religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism) in which the sum actions of an individual determines their next life. If a person has done good deeds in their life, they can expect good things to happen in their next one, and vice versa with bad …

Bodhi

Bodhi is a concept in Buddhism that refers to the state of enlightenment that occurs when one reaches the state of nirvana, which ends the cycle of death and rebirth and all suffering that comes with it. Bodhi comes from Sanskrit meaning "awakened, enlightened", essentially referring to someone who has obtained perfect knowledge and wisdom, deriving from …

Tarachand

Tarachand is an Indian male name, a combination of Tara meaning "star" in Sanskrit and Chand meaning "moon". From what I could find, it's used as a predominantly male name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Tarachandra  

Rakesh

Rakesh is an Indian male name meaning "lord of the full moon" made up of Sanskrit elements raka (full moon) and isha (lord). Origin: Proto-Indo-European