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Indian Baby Girl Names – (2019 Updated)

Indian Baby Girl names are some of the most beautiful on this planet. In India, everything beautiful and feminine is attributed to female but at the same time powerful Goddess and life forces are also addressed with wonderful female names. India holds it’s roots in the Sanskrit language which then later developed to hundreds of dialects spread across the Country giving us interesting names and their respective variations.

We have compiled over 3400 beautiful feminine names for you baby girl such that irrespective of which religion or culture you are part of, these will work just as well. We have also provided as many possible name meanings as we could find.

If you’re a Muslim and looking for a baby girl name with Arabic origin instead, head here. If you’re a Indian parent looking for a Indian name for your baby boy instead, head here.

Name (Meaning)
Aabharana ( Jewel )
Aadhya ( First Power )
Aadrika ( Mountain )
Aahlaadita ( Bubbling with delight )
Aakanksha ( Desire )
Aamaal ( Hopes; aspirations )
Aanandamayee ( Joy permeated )
Aanchaal
Aapti ( Fulfilment )
Aarini ( Adventerous )
Aarohei ( one of the Sur of raag )
Aarushi ( First rays of the sun )
Aasha ( Hope )
Aashiyana ( Beautiful home )
Aashrika
Aastha ( Faith )
Aayushi ( One with long life )
Abheesta ( Desire )
Abhijita ( Victorious woman )
Abhinethri ( actress )
Abhiri ( A raagini of Indian music )
Abhisarikaa ( The beloved one )
Abishta ( Lady of the house )
Achala ( Steady, mountainous )
Achla ( The earth, stable )
Adhokshaja ( Goddess Laxmi )
Aditri ( Highest honor, Goddess Lakshmi )
Advika ( Unique )
Adwitiya ( Matchless )
Agamya ( Knowledge; Wisdom )
Agrata ( Leadership )
Ahalya ( Wife of Rishi Gautam )
Ahilya ( Wife of a rishi )
Aikya ( unity )
Aishwarya ( Prosperity )
Ajagandha ( Daughter of Aja )
Ajay ( Unconquerable, god )
Akanksha ( Wish )
Akhila ( Complete )
Akriti
Akshainie ( Goddess Parvati )
Akshatha ( Rice )
Akshera ( saraswathi godess )
Akula ( Goddess Parvati )
Alak ( World; Beautiful tresses )
Alaknanda ( River Name )
Alekhya ( A Picture or a Painting )
Alisha ( Protected )
Almas ( Diamond )
Alpa ( Little )
Amal ( Bright, clean, pure; hope, wish )
Amara ( Grass, immortal one )
Amba ( Goddess Durga )
Amberley ( The sky )
Ambuda ( Cloud )
Ami ( Nectar )
Amishi ( Pure )
Amithi ( Unique )
Amitrasudan ( Destroyer of enemies )
Amlankusum ( Unfading flower )
Amoda ( Happiness )
Amolika ( Priceless )
Amrita ( Full of nectar )
Amritkala ( Nectarine art )
Amruta
Amukta ( Can’t be touched – Precious )
Ana ( Playful,wanted )
Anagi ( Valuable )
Analaa ( Goddess of fire )
Ananda
Anandita ( Happy )
Anantaa ( Eternal (woman) )
Ananya ( Nanosecond )
Anavi
Anchal ( Shelter )
Andal ( female saints name )
Anemone ( Type of flower )
Angana ( A handsome woman )
Angha ( Beauty )
Ania ( Grace )
Anilaja
Anisa ( Joy and Pleasure )
Anita ( Full of grace )
Anjali ( Offering )
Anjika ( Blessed )
Anju Sri ( Lord Hanuman mother. )
Ankal ( Whole )
Anmol ( Priceless )
Annada ( Goddess Durga )
Annisa ( Friendly )
Ansha ( Portion )
Anshita ( A part of )
Anshula ( Sunny )
Anshumita ( Ray of sun )
Antariksha ( Space; Sky )
Anubhuti ( Experience )
Anugya ( Permission )
Anukeertana ( Praising God’s virtues )
Anulata ( One with very slim figure )
Anumati ( Consent )
Anumita ( Love and Kindness )
Anuprabha ( Brightness )
Anuragini ( Beloved )
Anushka ( A term of endearment )
Anusuya ( Non-jealous )
Anvika
Anwita ( Goddess Durga )
Apala ( A wise woman from the myths )
Aparajita ( Undefeated )
Apeksha ( Expectation )
Appala ( bright )
Apurva ( Like never before )
Aranya ( forest )
Archana ( Worship )
Archisha ( A ray of light )
Arghya ( Offering to the lord )
Arini ( lakshmi )
Arjuni ( Dawn, white cow )
Arni ( Sun )
Arpana ( Offering )
Arshia ( Divine )
Arti ( Prayer Ceremony )
Aruni ( Dawn )
Arwa ( Female mountain goat )
Aryama ( The sun )
Asah ( Plant known for its greenness )
Aseema ( Limitless )
Ashalata ( Creeper of hope )
Ashesha ( Complete )
Ashiqa
Ashlesha ( A star )
Ashmita ( Rock born, very hard and strong )
Ashrita
Ashwabha ( Lightening )
Asita ( Yamuna ( Jamuna ) river )
Astha ( Faith )
Aswathi
Athalia ( God is exalted )
Atheeva ( Ultimate )
Atmaja ( Daughter )
Atula ( Uncomparable )
Avaapya ( Achieving )
Avanti ( Ancient city of Ujjain )
Avathara ( Godesss in human reflection )
Avinashika ( Indestructable )
Avishi ( Earth, river )
Avnita ( The Earth )
Ayati ( Royal )
Ayurda ( Bestower of Longevity )
Azurdee
Aadarshini ( Idealistic )
Aadita ( From the beginning )
Aadya ( name of adisakthi (parvathi), )
Aahna ( Exist )
Aakriti ( Shape )
Aamani ( Spring season (vasanth ritu) )
Aanandi ( Always happy (woman) )
Aanchal ( Protective shelter )
Aarabi ( Music )
Aariyana
Aarohi ( A music tune )
Aarvi
Aashalata ( Creeper of hope )
Aashna ( Beloved; Devoted to love )
Aashritha ( Somebody who gives shelter )
Aathmika ( Related to aathma or soul )
Abha ( Lustrous beauty )
Abhigna
Abhilasha ( Wish, desire )
Abhira ( Cow herd )
Abhiruchi ( Beautiful )
Abhitha ( Fearless (Goddess Parvati) )
Ablaa ( Perfectly formed )
Achira ( Very short )
Adhira ( Lightning )
Adi-shakti ( Goddess Durga )
Adrika ( Celestial )
Adwita ( Unique )
Adya
Aghanashini ( Destroyer of sins )
Agrima ( Leadership )
Ahana ( Inner Light )
Ahimsa ( Nonviolent virtue )
Aishani ( Goddess Durga )
Aja ( One who is self existent )
Ajala ( The earth )
Ajita ( A winner )
Akankshya ( Desire )
Akhira
Akshada ( The flower which Lord Vishnu hold in his )
Akshara ( Letters )
Akshaya
Akshi ( Existence )
Akuti ( Princess )
Alaka ( A girl with a lovely hair, beauty )
Alankrita ( Decorated lady )
Alibha Barnali
Alivelu
Aloki ( Brightness )
Alpana ( Beautiful )
Amala ( The pure one )
Amaris ( Child of the Moon )
Ambaalika ( Mother )
Ambika ( Mother Goddess )
Ambuja ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Amidi
Amishta
Amiti ( Boundless )
Amiya ( Delightful )
Amlika ( Tamerind )
Amodini ( Pleasureable )
Amoolya ( Precious )
Amritambu ( Moon )
Amritrashmi ( Moon light )
Amrutha
Amulya ( Priceless )
Anaamika ( Name of ring finger )
Anahita ( Full of grace )
Anamika ( Ring Finger )
Anandani ( Joyful )
Anandmayee ( Full of happiness )
Ananthashri ( Name of a goddess )
Anarghya ( Priceless )
Anaya ( God answered )
Anchala ( One end of saree which is free )
Andolika ( Type of Raga )
Aneri ( different )
Angarika ( Flower (flame of the forest) )
Angira ( Mother of Birhaspati )
Aniha ( Indifferent )
Anima ( The power of becoming minute )
Anisha ( Eternal form of the goddess )
Aniya ( Creative )
Anjana ( Mother of Hanuman )
Anjini ( Mother of Hanuman )
Anjum ( A token )
Ankita ( Distinguished; marked by the Lord )
Anna ( Sustenance )
Annapoorna ( Goddess of grains )
Annjaya
Anshi ( God’s gift )
Anshu ( Rays )
Anshumaala ( Garland of rays )
Ansuya ( Learned woman )
Antra ( middle part of a song )
Anudeepthi ( Divine light )
Anuja ( Younger sister )
Anukriti ( Photograph )
Anulekha ( Beautiful picture )
Anumegha ( Following the rain )
Anupa ( Pond )
Anupriya ( Beloved )
Anurati ( Consent )
Anushree ( Goddess Laxmi )
Anuttara ( Unanswered )
Anvita ( Who bridges the gap )
Anya ( In Indian Languages it means Others )
Aparaa ( Materialistic knowledge )
Aparna ( Goddess Parvati )
Apekshaa ( Expectation )
Apsara ( Celestial maiden )
Araceli ( Gate of Heaven )
Arathi
Archi
Archita ( Worshipped (woman) )
Arianna ( Holy One )
Ariona ( Bringer of Life )
Arkita ( Plentiful )
Arnna
Arpita ( Dedicated )
Arshiya ( Heavenly )
Aruna ( Sun )
Arunima ( Red glow )
Arya ( Goddess Parvati, Goddess Durga )
Aryana ( Noble )
Asalah ( Purity )
Asha ( Expectation )
Ashani ( Lightening )
Ashika ( One without sorrow, mercury )
Ashira ( Wealthy )
Ashley Ash Wood
Ashna ( A friend )
Ashritha
Ashwina ( Child of the star )
Askini ( Daughter of Prajapati Virat )
Asthika ( With Hastha Natchatiram )
Asya ( Grace )
Athasha
Atiriya ( Beloved,very dear )
Atmikha ( Light of God )
Auhna ( Passion )
Avani ( The earth )
Avantika ( City of Ujjain )
Avigna
Avinitha
Avneet
Avshini
Ayeh ( Sign; distinct )
Ayushi ( Long life )
Aadhana ( Being First )
Aaditri ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Aaheli ( Pure )
Aakaanksha ( Wish or desire )
Aaloka ( Lustrous )
Aamrapali ( Leaf of mango tree )
Aanandita ( The happy one )
Aanya ( Gracious, Inexhaustible )
Aaratrika ( Dusk Lamp beneath ‘Tulsi’ plant )
Aarna ( Laxmi )
Aarti ( Form of worship )
Aarzoo ( wish )
Aashi ( Smile )
Aashni ( Lightning )
Aasia
Aatmaja ( Daughter )
Abhaya ( A fearless woman )
Abhijaata ( Well born (woman) )
Abhimaaninee ( Who possess pride )
Abhirami ( Goddess Parvati )
Abhirupa ( Beautiful (woman) )
Abirami ( Godessname; Godess Lakshmi )
Aboli ( The name of a flower )
Achit
Adhishree ( Exalted )
Aditi ( Mother of the gods )
Adrisa ( Mountain Lord )
Adwiteya ( Unique )
Aesha ( Love )
Agnishikha ( Flames of fire )
Agriya ( First and best )
Ahanti ( Gift )
Ahladita ( In happy mood )
Aishi ( God’s gift )
Ajaa ( Shakti )
Ajastha
Akane ( Someone you cannot stop loving )
Akashleena ( Star )
Akira ( Graceful strength )
Akshadha ( God’s blessings )
Akshata ( Rice )
Akshayaa ( Indestructible )
Akshita ( Permanent )
Alaina ( Dear Child )
Alakananda ( Name of a river )
Alda ( Rich )
Alisanne ( Of noble birth )
Alka ( Beauty )
Alopa ( Faultless )
Alpita
Amaldeepti ( Camphor )
Amarthi
Ambar ( Sky )
Ambu ( Water )
Ameya
Amisha ( Beautiful )
Amita ( Limitless )
Amitjyoti ( Limitless brightness )
Amla ( Pure )
Ammishi ( Pure )
Amoha ( pure,errorless )
Amrapali ( Disciple of Buddha )
Amritaya ( The Immortal. Lord Vishnu )
Amrusha ( Sudden )
Amshula ( Sunny )
Amvi ( A goddess )
Anagha ( Without sin )
Anaiya
Anamitra ( The sun )
Anandi ( Joyful; Unending )
Anangee ( Cupid’s consort )
Ananti ( Gift )
Anasuya ( Pure, wife of Rishi Atri )
Anbar ( Perfume; ambergris )
Anchita ( Honoured, worshipped )
Aneesa ( Friendly; of good company )
Angaja ( Daughter of Aja )
Angelika
Angoori ( Grape-like )
Anika ( Goddess Durga )
Anindita ( Perfect, beautiful )
Anishka ( Who has Friends, No Enemies. )
Anjalee ( Homage )
Anjani ( Hanuman’s mother, illusion (maya) )
Anju ( Blessings )
Anjushri ( Dear to one’s heart )
Ankolika ( An Embrace )
Annacellie
Annika ( Goddess Durga )
Anokhi ( Unique )
Anshika ( Minute particle )
Anshul
Anshumali ( Sun )
Antara ( The crescendo in Hindustani music )
Anu ( A prefix, atom )
Anugraha ( Divine Blessing )
Anukampa ( God’s Grace )
Anula ( Not wild, agreeable )
Anuloma ( Sequence )
Anumeha ( After the rain )
Anupama ( Beautiful )
Anuradha ( One of the stars )
Anusha ( Following desires )
Anushri ( Pretty )
Anvi ( One of Devi’s names )
Anwesha ( Quest )
Aolani ( Cloud from Heaven )
Aparaajita ( Unconquerable (woman) )
Aparoopa ( Extremely beautiful )
Apinaya ( Expressions in dance )
Apurba ( Never seen before )
Aradhana ( Prayer )
Archa ( Worship )
Archini ( Ray of light )
Ardra ( 6th nakshatra )
Arij ( Sweet smell )
Arja ( Divine )
Armita ( Desire )
Arogyada ( Granter of Good Health )
Arpitha ( Dedicated )
Artana ( Vanquisher of all foes )
Arundhati ( Morning star )
Arushi ( First Ray of The Sun )
Aryahi ( Goddess Durga )
Asaavari ( Name of a raga or melody )
Asawari ( Raga in hindustani classical music )
Ashakiran ( Ray of hope )
Ashavari ( Name of a raaga )
Ashima
Ashita ( River Yamuna )
Ashmi
Ashnaa ( Daughter of King Bali )
Ashu ( Quick )
Ashwini ( Female horse )
Asmita ( Pride )
Asvedha ( One of the mandram )
Atasi ( A blue flower )
Atheetha ( extraordinary )
Atiya ( Gift )
Atreyi ( A river )
Aurel ( Golden angel )
Avanija ( Godess Parvathi )
Avasa ( Independent )
Avinashi ( Indestructable )
Avipsa
Avni ( The Earth )
Ayanna ( Innocent )
Ayesha ( Doll )
Ayushmati ( One who has a long life )
Babita ( Little girl )
Bahugandha ( One with lot of scent )
Bairavi ( Goddess Durga; Music )
Bakula ( Nagakeshar flower )
Bandhura ( Pretty )
Banmala ( A garland of 5 types of flowers )
Barkha ( Rain )
Basabi ( Wife of lord indra )
Beena ( A musical instrument )
Belli ( Silver, A companion )
Bhadrusha
Bhagirathi ( The ganges )
Bhagyalakshmi ( Goddess of wealth )
Bhairavi ( Goddess Durga; Musical notes )
Bhamini ( Lady )
Bhanu ( Sun; Fame )
Bhanuni ( Charming woman )
Bharati ( Goddess Saraswati )
Bhathi ( concentration )
Bhavani ( Goddess Parvati )
Bhavini ( Emotional )
Bhavya ( Grand, splendid )
Bhooma ( Earth )
Bhrithi ( Strengthened; Nourished; Cherished )
Bhuvana ( The earth )
Bianca
Bijali ( Lightening )
Bimbi ( Glorious )
Bindu ( Point )
Bishakha ( Star )
Brijabala ( Daughter of Nature )
Bruhati
Bageshri ( An Indian Musical Raag )
Bahula ( Cow, Kritika nakshatra )
Baka ( Crane )
Bala ( Damsel )
Banhi ( Fire )
Banni ( Maiden )
Barsha ( Rain )
Basanti ( Spring )
Bel ( Sacred wood apple tree )
Bethina
Bhagavathi
Bhagwanti ( Lucky )
Bhagyashri ( Goddess Lakshmi, Lucky )
Bhakti ( Prayer )
Bhandhavi
Bhanuja ( River Yamuna )
Bhanupriya ( The Sun’s beloved )
Bharavi ( Radiant Sun )
Bhaumi ( Goddess sita )
Bhavi ( Emotional )
Bhavna ( Good Feelings; Emotions )
Bhawna ( Feelings )
Bhoomi ( Earth )
Bhumika ( Earth )
Bhuvanamohana ( Beauty over entire Earth )
Bidisha
Bijli ( Lightening )
Bina ( Melodious )
Binita ( Modest )
Bodhi ( Enlightenment )
Brinda ( Radha )
Bryn ( Strong, Vigilant, Honored )
Bahar ( Spring )
Baijanti / Vaijanti ( Name of flower )
Bakul ( Flower name )
Bandhavi
Bani ( Goddess Saraswati )
Bansari ( Flute; )
Baruni ( Goddess Durga )
Bavishya ( Future )
Bela ( Time; Creeper )
Bhadra ( Good )
Bhagini
Bhagwati ( Goddess Durga )
Bhagyawati ( Lucky )
Bhama
Bhanodhaya
Bhanumati ( Famous )
Bhanusri ( Rays of Laxmidevi )
Bhargavi
Bhavana ( Feeling )
Bhavika ( Cheerful expression )
Bhavukta
Bheema ( Goddess Durga )
Bhoomika
Bhupali ( A raagini in Indian music )
Bhuvi ( Heaven )
Bijal ( Lightening )
Bimala ( Pure )
Bindhiya ( Dew drop )
Bipasha ( A river )
Brahan ( Big )
Briti ( Strength )
Bulbul ( Nightingale )
Cauvery ( Same as Cavery-name of a river )
Chahna ( Love )
Chaitaly ( Name of an ancient city )
Chakori ( Alert )
Chaman ( Garden )
Champakmala ( Garland of Champa flowers )
Chanchari ( Bird, vortex of water, )
Chandana ( Sandal wood )
Chandika ( Goddess Durga )
Chandraanee ( wife of the moongod )
Chandrajyoti ( Moon- light )
Chandrakanta ( Wife of the moon (night) )
Chandralekha ( Ray of moon )
Chandrapushpa ( Star )
Chane ( Name of a god, dependability )
Charanya Lalitha Sri
Charla ( Beautiful )
Charulata ( Beautiful creeper )
Charunetra ( One with beautiful eyes )
Charvy ( Beautiful eyes )
Chaunta ( One who outshines the stars )
Chetana ( Consciousness )
Chhavi ( Reflection )
Chi
Chintanika ( Meditation )
Chitrakshi ( Colourful eyes )
Chitrangada ( Name of Arjun’s wife )
Chitrita ( Beautiful, decorated )
Corian ( Modern; trendy; full of emotion )
Chaandvika
Chairavali ( Full moon of Chaitra month )
Chaitanya
Chakrika ( Lakshmi )
Chameli ( A creeper with flowers )
Chanchal ( Active )
Chanda ( Moon )
Chandani ( Star )
Chandini ( Star )
Chandrabha ( Moon- light )
Chandrakala ( Phases of the moon )
Chandrakanti ( Moon light )
Chandramukhi ( One with a round face )
Chandrika ( Moonlight )
Chapala ( Quick, lightening )
Charisma ( Supernatural )
Charmaine ( Song )
Charulekha ( Beautiful picture )
Charusheela ( Beautiful Jewel )
Chashmum ( My eyes )
Chayla
Chetna ( Power of intellect; Alert )
Chhavvi ( Image, radiance )
Chinmayi ( Blissful )
Chitra ( Picture, a nakshatra )
Chitralekha ( = As beautiful as a picture )
Chitrani ( River Ganga )
Chretheka ( a star )
Cynthia ( godess of moon )
Chaaya ( Shadow )
Chaitali ( Born in the Chaitra month )
Chaitra ( Aries sign )
Chalama ( Goddess Parvati )
Champa ( A flower )
Chanchala ( Unsteady, Lakshmi )
Chandan ( Sandlewood )
Chandi ( Great Goddess )
Chandra ( Moon )
Chandrabhaga ( River Chenab in India )
Chandrakali ( 1/16th of the moon )
Chandraki ( Peacock )
Chandraprabha ( Star, moon light )
Chandrima ( Moon )
Chara ( Quiet and Frisky )
Charita ( Good )
Charu ( Beautiful, attractive )
Charumati ( A beautiful lady )
Charvi ( Beautiful )
Chatura ( Smart, wise )
Cheena ( As sweet as sugar )
Cheyenne ( born dancer )
Chhaya ( Shadow )
Chintamani
Chitragandha ( A fragrant material )
Chitrali ( Line of pictures )
Chitrathi ( A Bright Chariot )
Chunni ( A star )
Dadipya ( shinning )
Dakshina
Damyanti ( Beautiful )
Darpana ( Mirror )
Daya ( Kindness, mercy, pity )
Dayita ( Beloved )
Deeksha ( Consecration )
Deena
Deepal ( Light )
Deepaprabha ( Light of lamps )
Deepita
Deepti ( Glow, shine )
Deleena ( Good Looking )
Devakali ( Name of a Indian Music raagini )
Devangi ( Like a Goddess )
Devapriya ( Dear to the Gods )
Deveshi ( Goddess Durga )
Devina ( Like a Goddess )
Devki ( Lord Krishna’s mother )
Devyani ( Like a Goddess )
Dhanishta ( Name of a nakshatra )
Dhanvika
Dhara ( Constant flow )
Dharitri ( The Earth )
Dharti ( Earth )
Dheekshita
Dhivia
Dhruti ( Motion )
Dhruvika ( Firmly fixed )
Dhyana ( Meditation )
Dimple ( laughter )
Dipti ( Brightness )
Dishita ( Focus )
Divija ( Born in Heaven )
Divyana ( Divine )
Draupadi ( Wife of pandavas )
Drishya ( Sight )
Durga ( Parvati )
Dyumna ( Glorious )
Daksha ( Earth; Wife of Lord Shiva )
Dalaja ( Honey )
Danucitra ( brilliant with dew )
Darshana ( Observation )
Dayamayi ( Merciful )
Debashree ( divine beauty )
Deekshaa
Deepa ( A lamp )
Deepali ( Collection of lamps )
Deepavati ( A raagini which is a hybrid of Deepak = Goddess Saraswati )
Deepshika ( Lamp )
Deeta ( A Name for Goddess Lakshmi )
Demira ( Devotee of Lord Krishna )
Devaki ( Mother of Krishna )
Devani
Devashree ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Devi ( Goddess )
Devishi ( Chief of the Goddesses )
Devmani ( Divine Gift )
Dhaedeepya
Dhanvanti ( Holding wealth )
Dhanya ( Thankful;Lucky )
Dharati ( earth )
Dharmista
Dharuna ( Supporting )
Dheeptha ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Dhlriti ( Courage, morale )
Dhruva ( Star )
Dhuti
Digambari ( Goddess Durga )
Dipali ( Lamps )
Disha ( Direction )
Diti ( Idea )
Divya ( Heavenly, brilliant )
Divyanshi ( Part of a divine power )
Drisana ( Daughter of the sun )
Dristi ( Sight )
Durriya ( Expensive pearl )
Dyuti ( Light )
Dakshayani ( Goddess Durga )
Damini ( Lightning )
Darika ( Maiden )
Darshini
Dayanita ( Merciful )
Deborah ( Queen Bee )
Deekshita
Deepakala ( Evening time )
Deepannita/dipanwita ( Lights/Diwali )
Deepika ( A little light )
Deepta ( Luminous, glowing, bright )
Deetya ( Answer of Prayers )
Desna ( Offering )
Devakiri ( Name of a raagini )
Devanshi ( Divine )
Devayani
Devika ( Goddess )
Devkanya ( Divine damsel )
Devna ( Godly )
Dhanashri
Dhanvi ( Money )
Dhanyata ( Success, fulfilment )
Dharini ( Earth )
Dharnitha ( Earth )
Dhatri ( Earth )
Dhinushshini Devi ( A Name for Goddess Durga )
Dhriti ( Patience )
Dhruvi ( Firm )
Dhwani ( Melody;Music )
Diksha ( Initiation )
Dipashri ( Lamp )
Dishi ( Direction )
Ditika ( Thoughtful )
Divyakshi ( Heavenly Eyes )
Diya ( Lamp )
Drishti ( Sight )
Druti ( Softened )
Durva ( A medicinal herb )
Ecchumati ( A river )
Eila ( The Earth )
Ekaa ( Goddess Durga )
Ekanta ( Devoted girl )
Ekaveera ( A famous historical prince )
Elina ( Pure, intelligent )
Edha ( Sacred )
Eiravati ( Lightening, Ravi river )
Ekaja ( Only child )
Ekantika ( Singly focussed )
Ekta ( Unity )
Esha ( Desires and Pleasures )
Eesha ( Goddess Parvati;Purity )
Eishya ( Auspicious )
Ekani ( One )
Ekaparnika ( Goddess Durga )
Ela ( Earth )
Eta ( Luminous )
Falguni ( Beautiful )
Freya
Fulmala ( Garland )
Firaki
Fulki ( Spark )
Forum ( Fragarance )
Fullan ( Blooming )
Gajra ( Garland of flowers )
Ganesa ( Good luck )
Gangika ( River )
Garati ( Virtuous woman )
Garvita ( To be proud of )
Gaurika ( Pretty young girl )
Gayatri ( Mother of the Vedas, a goddess )
Geeti ( Melody )
Gira ( Language )
Girisha ( Goddess Parvati )
Gitanjali ( Collection of poems )
Giva ( Hill )
Goda Devi
Gomti ( A river )
Gopika ( Cowherd girls )
Gotrami ( The sect to which a devotee belongs )
Gowri ( Bright, Parvati )
Grishma ( Warmth )
Gulab ( Rose )
Gunita ( Virtuous )
Gunnika ( Garland )
Gyanada ( Saraswati )
Gamya
Ganga ( River Ganga )
Ganika ( Flower )
Gargi ( Name of a learned woman )
Gaura ( Goddes Parvati, name of a raaga )
Gautami ( River Godavari )
Geet ( Melody )
Gina ( Silvery )
Giribala ( Goddess Parvati )
Gita ( Song )
Gitashri ( The Bhagvat Gita )
Gnana ( Knowledge )
Godavari ( River Godavari )
Gopa ( Gautama’s wife )
Gorma ( Goddess Parvati )
Gourangi ( Fair complexioned )
Gowsalya ( its a good name )
Guddu
Gulika ( A pearl )
Gunjan ( Humming )
Gurjari ( Name of an Indian raaga )
Gandhali ( Sweet scent )
Gangi ( Goddess Durga )
Ganjan ( Exceding )
Garima ( Warmth )
Gauri ( Parvati )
Gayathri ( name of god parvathi )
Geeta ( Holy book of the hindus )
Ginni ( Precious gold coin )
Girija ( Parvati )
Gitali ( Melodious )
Gitika ( A small song )
Goda
Godavri ( A river )
Gopi ( Milkmaid friends of Lord Krishna )
Gorochana ( Goddes Parvati )
Gouthami ( NAME OF A RIVER FULL OF LIFE )
Greeshma ( Kind of Season )
Gul ( Flower )
Gunavati ( Virtuous )
Gunjita ( Humming of bee )
Gurparveen ( Goddess of the stars )
Haima ( Goddess Parvati; Snow )
Hamsavahini
Hansamala ( A line or row of swans )
Haribala ( Daughter of Lord Vishnu )
Harini ( A deer )
Haritima ( greenery )
Harsha
Harshi ( Joyous )
Harsika ( Laugh )
Hasini ( Happy )
Heer ( Beautiful )
Heerni ( Diamond )
Hemadri ( Golden hills )
Hemalata ( Golden creeper )
Hemani ( Goddess Parvati )
Hemashri ( One with golden body )
Hemlata ( Golden creeper )
Heta ( love )
Hima ( Snow )
Himali
Hinda ( Female deer )
Hiranmayi ( Golden girl )
Hiti ( well-wisher )
Hradini ( Lightening )
Huma ( Bird of paradise )
Hymavathi
Haimi ( Golden )
Hamsini ( Who rides a swan; Saraswathi )
Hansini ( Swan and Beautiful lady )
Harika
Haripriya ( Liked by Hari )
Harper ( One who plays the harp )
Harshada ( One who brings happiness )
Harshini ( Happy )
Haryka ( Wonderful )
Hasita ( Full of laughter )
Heera ( Diamond )
Hem
Hemakshi ( Golden eyes )
Hemangi ( Golden body )
Hemanti ( Born in the Hemant season )
Hemavati ( Goddess Parvati )
Henna ( Mehndi )
Hetal
Himagouri ( Parvati )
Himani ( Parvati )
Hiral ( Wealthy )
Hita ( Lovable )
Hiya ( Heart )
Hriddhi
Humaila ( Golden Necklace )
Hyndavi
Hamsa ( Swan )
Hansa ( Swan )
Hardi ( From the heart )
Harinakshi ( One with eyes like deer )
Harita ( Green )
Harseerat ( light )
Harshal ( Glad )
Harshita ( Joyful; who brings happiness )
Hasina ( Good )
Havisha ( God lakshmi )
Heerkani ( Small diamond )
Hema ( Golden )
Hemal ( Golden )
Hemangini ( Girl with golden body )
Hemaprabha ( Golden light )
Hemkanta ( Golden girl )
Hera ( Queen of Gods )
Hilla ( Timid )
Himaja ( Goddess Parvati )
Hina ( A shrub )
Hiranmai
Hitaishi ( Well wisher )
Honey
Hridya ( Heart )
Hyma ( Godess Parvathi )
Idha ( Insight )
Iha ( Wish )
Iksha ( Sight )
Iksura ( Fragrant Grass )
Imani ( Trustworthy )
Inayat ( Kindness )
Indrakanta ( Indrani ( Shachi ) )
Indrina ( Deep )
Indukala ( Moonlight )
Indulekha ( Moon )
Indumauli ( Moon Crested )
Inika ( Small Earth )
Ipsa ( Ambition, desire )
Ira ( Earth;Saraswati )
Irit ( Daffodil )
Ishani ( Goddess Durga )
Ishika
Ishta ( Another name for Lord Vishnu )
Ishya ( Spring )
Itkila ( Fragrant )
Idika ( The Earth )
Ihita ( Desire )
Ikshita ( Visible )
Ila ( Earth, daughter of Manu )
Ina
Indali ( Powerful )
Indrakshi ( One with beautiful eyes )
Indu ( Moon )
Indukanta ( Wife of moon ( night ) )
Induma ( Moon )
Indumukhi ( With moonlike face )
Iniya ( SWEET )
Ipsika
Iraja ( Wind’s daughter )
Isha ( Goddess Durga; the female energy )
Ishanvi ( Parvathi )
Ishita ( Superior )
Ishwari ( Goddess )
Isla ( Island )
Iyla ( Moonlight )
Iditri ( Complimentary )
Ijaya ( Sacrifice )
Ikshula ( Holy river )
Ilina ( Person with highest intelligence )
Inas ( Capable; Sociability )
Indira ( Lakshmi )
Indrani ( Wife of Indra )
Induja ( Narmada river )
Indulala ( Moon light )
Indumati ( Full moon )
Induprabha ( Moon rays )
Inu ( Attractive )
Ipsita ( Desire )
Iravati ( Ravi river in India )
Ishana ( Goddess Durga )
Ishi ( Goddess Durga )
Ishitha ( Goddess Durga )
Ishwarya ( God’s prosperity )
Iti ( Start )
Jaba ( Hibiscus )
Jaganmata ( Mother of the world )
Jagati ( Bestowed with speed )
Jagvi ( Worldly )
Jaitashri ( Name of a music raaga )
Jalbala ( Lotus flower )
Jamuna
Janani ( Name of three Goddess )
Janki ( Goddess Sita )
Janya ( Life )
Jashwitha ( Beautiful )
Jasu ( Brainy )
Jaya ( Victory )
Jayamala ( A garland of flowers given to the won who wins )
Jayanti ( Victorious )
Jayashree ( Victorious woman )
Jayavanti ( Victorious )
Jayne ( Victorious )
Jeevika ( Water )
Jessica
Jharna ( A spring )
Jignasa ( Academic Curiosity )
Jinal ( Lord Vishnu )
Joshitha ( Pleased )
Jowaki ( Fire fly )
Juhitha ( jasmine )
Jwalitha
Jyotika ( Light )
Jyotsna ( Moon light )
Jagadamba ( Mother of the world )
Jaganmayee ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Jagrati ( Awakening )
Jahnavi ( Ganga river )
Jaladhija ( Lakshmi )
Jalpa ( Discussion )
Janaki ( Seeta )
Janavika
Januja ( Female offspring )
Jarul ( Flower queen )
Jasmin ( A Flower )
Jasum ( Hibiscus )
Jayalakshmi
Jayan ( Victory )
Jayaprabha ( Light of victory )
Jayashri ( Goddess of victory )
Jayita ( Victorious )
Jeeteshi ( Goddess of Victory )
Jeevitha ( Life )
Jhalak ( Glimpse; Spark; Sudden motion )
Jigisha ( Superior )
Jigyasa ( Curiosity to know things )
Jiya ( Sweet heart )
Jositha
Juana
Jui ( Flower )
Jyeshtha ( Eldest daughter, a nakshatra )
Jyotirmayi
Jagadambika ( Goddess Durga )
Jaganmohini ( Goddess Durga )
Jagruti ( Awareness )
Jaina ( Good character )
Jalaja ( Goddess of wealth )
Jalsa ( Celebration )
Janaknandini ( Daugter of King Janak (Sita) )
Janisha ( Dispeller of ignorance )
Janvi
Jashna
Jasmit ( Famed )
Jasweer ( Victorious )
Jayalalita ( Goddess Durga )
Jayani ( A sakti of Ganesha )
Jayaprada ( Giver of victory )
Jayasudha ( Nectar of victory )
Jayna ( Victory )
Jeevana ( Life )
Jesal
Jharapata ( Removed leaves on the ground )
Jigna ( Intellectual Curiosity )
Jilpa ( Life giving )
Joshika ( Young maiden )
Jovita ( Joy )
Juhi ( A flower )
Jwala ( Flame )
Jyoti ( Flame, lamp )
Jyotishmati ( Luminous, bright, glowing )
Kaajal ( Muscara (surma) )
Kaamakya ( Durga; Granter Of Wishes )
Kadambari ( Goddess Saraswati )
Kaishori ( Parvati )
Kajri ( Light As A Cloud )
Kaksi ( Perfume )
Kalakarni ( Lakshmi; With Black Ears )
Kalavati ( Parvati, Artist )
Kalima ( Blackish )
Kallol ( Large Waves; Gurgling Of Water )
Kalyani ( Fortunate )
Kamal ( Lotus )
Kamala Goddess Lakshmi
Kamalini ( Lotus )
Kamini ( Beautiful Woman )
Kana ( An Atom )
Kanakapriya ( One Who Loves Gold )
Kananbala ( Daughter Of Forest )
Kanchana ( A Celestial Apsara )
Kandraya ( wisdom, angel, trust ,and loved )
Kangna ( Bangle )
Kanira ( Grain )
Kankana ( A Bracelet )
Kanti ( Light )
Kanya ( A Girl Symbolising Durga )
Kapila ( Sacred Cow )
Karala ( Durga; Opening Wide; Tearing )
Karishma ( Miracle )
Karnapriya ( Sweet To The Ears )
Karuka ( Heavenly Piece Of Art )
Karunamayee ( Full Of Pity For Others )
Kashika ( The Shiny One )
Kashvi ( Shining )
Kasturi ( Scented )
Kausalya ( Mother Of Rama )
Kaushiki ( Durga; Enveloped With Silk )
Kaveri ( A River )
Kavir
Kavni ( A Small Poem )
Keertana ( Song )
Kena
Kerani ( Sacred Bells )
Keshi ( A Woman With Beautiful Hair )
Keshori
Ketki ( Flower )
Keyuri ( Armlet )
Khushali ( happiness )
Khusi ( happy in mayurbhanj )
Kimatra ( Seduce )
Kina ( Little One )
Kinjal ( River Bank )
Kiran ( Ray )
Kirati ( Goddess Durga )
Kirti ( Fame )
Kishmish ( Sweet As Grapes )
Kokila ( A Singer )
Komali ( Tender )
Kranti ( Revolution )
Kripa ( Compassion )
Krishi ( Agriculture; Farming )
Krishnaveni
Kritu
Krupali
Kshamya ( Earth )
Kshema ( Durga; Peaceful; Tranquil )
Kshipa ( Night )
Kshiraja ( Goddess Laxmi )
Kshiti ( Earth )
Kuja ( Goddess Durga )
Kumkum ( Sacred Powder )
Kumudini ( Lotus )
Kundanika ( Flower )
Kunjalata ( Wild Climber Plant )
Kuntal ( hair )
Kurangi ( deer )
Kusum ( Flower )
Kusumavati ( Flowering) )
Kusumodini ( Queen of flowers )
Kuvalaya ( Lotus, world )
Kaalaka ( Durga; Pupil Of The Eye )
Kaasni ( Flower )
Kadambini ( Clouds )
Kajjali ( Eye-liner )
Kakali ( Chiping Of Birds )
Kala ( Art )
Kalapi ( Peacock, Nightingale )
Kali
Kalindi ( Yamuna River )
Kalpana ( Imagination )
Kalyani Fortunate
Kamal Lotus
Kamalakshi ( One With Lotus Like Eyes )
Kamana ( Wish )
Kamna ( Wish )
Kanaka ( Gold )
Kanaklata ( Golden Creeper )
Kanasu ( Dream )
Kanchanprabha ( Golden Light )
Kaneesha
Kani ( Girl )
Kanjri ( Bird )
Kannaki ( Devoted And Virtuous Wife )
Kanupriya ( Radha )
Kanyaka ( Durga; The Youngest; Girl; Maiden; Daughter; The Virgin Goddess )
Kapotakshi ( One With Dove -like Eyes )
Karalika ( Durga; That Which Tears )
Karka ( Crab )
Karthiaeini ( Indian Godness Name )
Karuli ( Innocent )
Karunya ( Compassionate )
Kashish ( An Attraction )
Kashwini ( Star )
Kathyayani ( Godess Parvathi )
Kaushali ( Skillful )
Kaustubhi ( Stone In Lord Vishnu’s Neckless )
Kavika ( Poetess )
Kavita ( Poetry )
Kavya ( Poem )
Keerthana ( Devotional Song )
Kenga ( River )
Kesar ( Pollen, Lion )
Keshika ( a Woman With Beautiful Hair )
Ketaki ( A Cream Colored Flower )
Keva ( Lotus )
Khanija ( Mother Earth )
Khushboo ( Fragarance )
Khyath ( Famous )
Kimaya ( Divine )
Kinaari ( Shore )
Kinnari ( Musical Instrument )
Kiranmala ( Garland Of Rays )
Kirsi
Kirtmalini ( Garlanded With Fame )
Kishori ( Young Damsel )
Komal ( Soft )
Koyel ( the Cuckoo )
Kreemy ( Delicious )
Kripi ( Beautiful )
Krishna ( Lord Krishna )
Kriti ( A Work Of Art )
Kriya ( Performance )
Kruti ( Creation )
Kshanaprabha ( Lightening )
Kshemya ( Durga; Goddess Of Welfare )
Kshipra ( Name Of A River In India )
Kshirin ( Flower )
Kshitija ( Horizon )
Kumari ( Goddess Durga )
Kumud ( Lotus )
Kunda ( Name Of A Flower )
Kunisha
Kunjana ( Forest Girl )
Kuntala ( One With Beautiful Hair )
Kushala ( Safe, Happy, Expert )
Kusuma ( Flower )
Kusumita ( Flowers In Bloom )
Kusumojjavala ( brilliant with blossoms )
Kuvam ( Sun )
Kaalanjari ( Parvati )
Kaasni Flower
Kairavi ( Moonlight )
Kajol
Kakoli ( The Preaching Of A Bird )
Kala Art
Kalapini ( Peacock, Night )
Kalika ( Loud )
Kalini ( Flower )
Kalpita ( Imaginary )
Kamakshi ( A Devi, same as Lalita )
Kamala ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Kamalika ( Lotus )
Kameshvari ( Parvati; The Lord Of Desires )
Kamya ( Capable )
Kanakabati ( A Fairy-tale )
Kanan ( Jungle )
Kanchan ( Gold )
Kanchi ( A Waistband )
Kangan ( bangle )
Kanika ( Molecule )
Kankalini ( One with necklace of bones )
Kanta ( Beauty )
Kanushi
Kanyakumari
Karabi ( Flower )
Kareena
Karla
Karthika ( a star )
Karuna ( Merciful )
Kashi ( Luminous; Pilgrimage Spot )
Kashmira ( Beauty Of Kashmir )
Kashyapi ( Earth )
Kaumudi ( Full Moon )
Kaushalya ( Lord Rama’s Mother )
Kautirya ( Durga; One Who Resides In A Hut )
Kavin ( Handsome; Beautiful )
Kaviya
Keemaya ( Miracle )
Keerthi ( Eternal Flame )
Kenisha ( A Beautiful Life )
Kesari ( Saffron; A Lion )
Keshini ( One With Beautiful Hair )
Ketika
Keya ( Flower )
Khanika
Khushi ( happiness )
Khyati ( Fame )
Kimorna
Kinisha ( Happy Life )
Kinnera
Kiranmayi ( Full Of Rays )
Kirtana ( Chanting Religious Hymns )
Kiruba ( Grace Of God )
Kitu
Komala ( delicate )
Krandasi ( the Sky And The Earth )
Krina
Krisha ( Divine )
Krishnakali ( a Flower )
Krittika ( Name Of A Star )
Krupa ( Grace, Favour )
Kshama ( Forgiveness; Mercy )
Kshanika ( Which Lasts Few Moments )
Kshetra
Kshipva ( Elasticized )
Kshirja ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Kuhuk ( Kuhuk Bole Koyalia )
Kumdwathi
Kumuda ( Pleasure Of The Earth )
Kundan ( Gold )
Kunjal ( Cuckoo, Nightingale )
Kunshi ( Shining )
Kunti ( Pandavas’ Mother )
Kushi ( happy )
Kusumanjali ( Flower Offering )
Kusumlata ( (lowering Creeper )
Kutrika
Kuvira ( Courageous Woman )
Laabha ( Profit )
Laaysa
Labuki ( Musical instrument )
Laghima ( Goddess Parvathi )
Lajita ( Modest )
Lajvanti ( ‘touch me not’ plant )
Lajwati ( Modest )
Lakshaki ( Goddess Sita )
Lakshita ( Distinguished )
Lakshya ( Aim, destination )
Lalasa ( Love )
Lalita ( Beautiful Woman )
Laranya ( Graceful )
Lata ( Creeper )
Lathaa
Lavangi ( An Angel )
Lavenia ( Purified )
Laysa
Leelavati ( Goddess Durga )
Lekha ( Writing )
Lekisha ( Life )
Lilavati ( God’s will )
Lipi ( Manuscripts of God )
Livana ( Greece Godess )
Lohini ( Red skinned )
Lola ( Goddess Laxmi )
Lona ( Beauty, pretty )
Loukya ( Worldly Wise, Goddess Lakshmi )
Luckysha
Laalamani ( Ruby )
Labangalata ( A flowering creeper )
Ladhi ( Sangeet )
Laghuvi ( Tender )
Lajja ( Modesty )
Lajvati ( Shy )
Lakhi ( Goddess Laxmi )
Lakshana ( One with auspicious signs on her )
Lakshmi ( Goddess of Wealth )
Lalan ( Nurturing )
Lali ( Blushing )
Lalitamohana ( Attractive, beautiful )
Lasaki ( Sita; made of lac )
Latakara ( Mass of creepers )
Latika ( Small Creeper )
Lavani ( Grace )
Laxmi ( Goddess of Wealth )
Leela ( Divine drama )
Leena ( A devoted one; Tender )
Lekha Shree ( Writing of Goddess Laxmi )
Leora ( Light )
Lillian ( Lily )
Lipika ( Litters; alphabets )
Lochan ( Bright eyes )
Lokajanani ( Lakshmi; mother of the world )
Lolaksi ( A sakti of Ganesha )
Lopa ( Learned )
Loveleen ( love to god )
Lumbika ( A Musical Instrument )
Laasya ( Dance performed by Goddess Parvathi )
Laboni ( Graceful )
Ladli ( Loved one )
Lahari
Lajjawati ( A sensitive plant; modest woman )
Lajwanti ( Modest )
Laksha ( Aim )
Lakshanya ( One who achieves )
Lakshmishree ( Fortunate )
Lalana ( A girl )
Lalima ( Beauty )
Lalitya ( beautiful, sensitive )
Lasya ( Graceful )
Latangi ( Slim girl )
Lavali ( Clove )
Lavanya ( Grace )
Laya ( Musical rhythm )
Leelamayee ( Playful )
Lehar ( waves )
Lekhya ( Mathematician )
Libni ( Manuscripts of God )
Lilly ( A flower )
Litha
Lochana ( Eye )
Lokamatri ( Lakshmi; mother of the world )
Lolita ( Ruby )
Lopamudra ( Wife of Saint Agastya )
Lucia ( The light of india )
Maanika ( Ruby )
Madhavi ( Honey, raadha – lord krishna’s love )
Madhubala ( Sweet girl )
Madhul ( Sweet )
Madhulika ( Nectar )
Madhumitha ( Sweet person )
Madhur ( Melodious; Sweet )
Madhuri ( Sweet )
Madhuvanthi ( Who is sweet like honey )
Madirakshi ( With intozicating eyes )
Maghi ( Giving gifts )
Mahagauri ( Goddess Durga )
Mahakali ( Goddess Durga )
Mahamaya ( Goddess Durga )
Mahati ( Great, name of a raaga )
Mahi ( The world )
Mahima ( Glorious )
Mahiya ( Joy )
Maithili
Maitreyi ( A wise woman )
Makshi ( Honeybee )
Malatee ( A good sented flower )
Malaya ( A creeper )
Malina ( Tower, dark )
Malli ( Flower )
Malvika ( One who lived in Malva )
Mana ( Supernatural power )
Manasa ( Name of a lake in Himalaya )
Manasvini ( Durga; proud; good )
Mandakini ( A river )
Mandarmalika ( A garland of celestial )
Mandira ( Melody )
Mani ( Gem )
Manikuntala ( One whose hair is like gems )
Manini ( Self respected )
Manishika ( Intelligence )
Manjistha ( Extremely )
Manjubhargavi
Manjusha ( With a Sweet Voice )
Manjyot ( Light of the mind )
Mannat ( Desire )
Manoja ( Love;Springing from the intellect )
Manoranjana ( Entertaining, pleasing )
Mansi ( Woman )
Manya ( Worthy of honour )
Margi ( Traveller )
Marisa ( Mother of Daksa )
Marudhvathi ( Durga, aadi shakthi )
Masara ( Emerald )
Mathu Hasini ( slave to happiness )
Matrika ( Mother, name of goddess )
Maya ( Illusion )
Mayukha ( Lustre )
Mayuri ( Pea-hen )
Medini ( Earth )
Meenal ( Precious Gem )
Megha ( Cloud; rain )
Meha ( CLOUD )
Mehbooba ( Beloved )
Mehul ( Cloud; rain )
Mela ( Religious gathering )
Menaja ( Goddesss Parvati )
Mihika ( Dew Drops )
Mina ( Fish, Jewel )
Minati ( Prayer )
Mirium ( Wished-for child )
Mishita
Mita ( Friend )
Mithra ( Friend )
Mohi
Mokshita
Mona
Monisha ( Intellectual )
Mounidha
Mounitha
Mridu ( Gentle )
Mriganayani ( One with deer- like beautiful eyes )
Mrinalika ( Stem of lotus )
Mritsa ( Good Earth )
Mrudula
Mudra ( Healing hand movement )
Mukta ( Liberated, pearl )
Mukunda ( 1of 9 treasures of kubera.precious stone )
Mythily ( Seeta )
Maansi
Madhavilata ( A flowering creeper )
Madhuchanda ( Metrical composition )
Madhulata ( Lovely creeper )
Madhumalati ( A flowering creeper )
Madhunisha ( Pleasant night )
Madhura ( Sweet, Pleasant )
Madhurima ( Sweet girl )
Madina ( Land of beauty )
Magadhi ( Flower )
Mahabhadra ( Ganga river )
Mahajabeen ( Beautiful )
Mahakanta ( Earth )
Mahasri ( Goddess Laxmi )
Maheshi ( Goddess Parvati )
Mahijuba ( A hostess )
Mahita
Mahua ( An intoxicating flower )
Maitrai ( Learned Rishi )
Maitry ( Friendship )
Mala ( String )
Malati ( Small fragrant flower )
Maliha ( Strong, beautiful )
Malini ( Fragrant )
Mallika ( Queen )
Mamata ( Love, affection )
Manali ( Bird )
Manasi
Manavi ( Wife of manu, daughtter of man. )
Mandakranta ( A Sanskrit metre )
Mandavi ( Wife of Bharat )
Mandodari ( With narrow abdomen, Ravan wife )
Manideepa ( A lamp of precious stones )
Manimala ( A string of pearls )
Maniratna ( Diamond )
Manjari ( Bud of a Mango Tree )
Manju ( Pleasant )
Manjula ( Lovely; Soft; Charming )
Manjushri ( Goddess Laxmi )
Manmayi ( Jealous; Sri Radha )
Manodhini ( One who understands everything )
Manonmani ( GODESS LAKSHMI )
Mansha ( Wish )
Mantra ( Hymns, Holy chants )
Marala ( Swan )
Marichi ( Name of a star )
Markandeya ( A devotee to Lord Shiva )
Marushika ( Born with blessings of Lord Shiva )
Masum ( Innocent )
Matisha
Mausam ( Season )
Mayangada
Mayukhi ( Peahen )
Mayurika ( Baby peahen )
Meena ( Precious Gem )
Meera ( A devotee of Krishna )
Meghana ( Raincloud )
Mehak ( Sweet Smell; Aura; Fragrance )
Meher ( Benevolence )
Mehuli ( A small rain cloud )
Mena ( Female parrot )
Menaka ( Celestial damsel )
Mihira ( Feminine form of Mihir- The Sun )
Minakshi ( Fish eyes )
Mira ( Lord Krishna’s devotee )
Misha ( Smile )
Mishti ( Sweet person )
Mitali ( Friendship )
Mohana ( Attractive, charming )
Mohini ( Most beautiful )
Moksin ( Free )
Monal ( Bird )
Moubani ( A flower )
Mounika ( Silence )
Mourya ( Emperor )
Mridula ( An ideal woman )
Mrinal ( Lotus )
Mrinalini
Mrittika ( Mother Earth )
Mrunmai
Mudrika ( Ring )
Mukti ( Liberation )
Muniya ( Name of a bird )
Mythri ( Friendship )
Maanyata ( Belive & Registration )
Madhu ( Honey )
Madhuksara ( One who showers honey )
Madhulekha ( Beautiful )
Madhumathi ( Delight moon )
Madhupriya ( Fond of honey )
Madhureema ( Honey )
Madhushri ( Beauty of Spring )
Madira
Magana ( Engrossed )
Mahadevi ( Goddess Durga )
Mahak ( smell )
Mahalakshmi ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Mahasweta ( Goddess Saraswati )
Maheshwari ( Goddess Durga )
Mahika ( Earth )
Mahitha ( praised )
Maina ( A bird )
Maitreya ( The name of a sage )
Makali ( The moon )
Malashree ( An early evening melody )
Malavika
Malika ( Flower )
Malka ( Queen )
Malti ( Moonlight )
Mamta ( Motherly love )
Manana ( Meditation )
Manasvi ( That which controls mind )
Manda ( A river )
Mandara ( Mythical tree )
Mandeepa ( Light of heart )
Mangala ( Auspicious, bliss )
Manika ( Jewel )
Manimekhala ( A girdle of gems )
Manisha ( Desire; Wish )
Manjira ( Ankle-bells )
Manjubala ( Beautiful girl )
Manjulika ( A sweet girl )
Manjusri ( Saraswati )
Manna ( Heavenly )
Manogna
Manorama ( Beautiful )
Manshree
Manushri ( Lakshmi )
Mareesha
Marichika ( Mirage, ray )
Marsha ( Respectable )
Marya ( Mark, Limit )
Matangi ( A Devi )
Matra
Mausami ( Seasonal )
Mayra ( Beloved )
Mayura ( Illusion )
Medha ( Goddess Saraswati; Wisdom; )
Meenakshi ( Eye )
Megan
Meghavini ( Intelligence )
Mehal ( Cloud )
Mehrunissa ( Benevolent )
Mekhala ( Slope of a mountain, Belt )
Menaha ( Celestial damsel )
Methra
Mili ( A meeting; To find )
Minal ( A precious stone )
Miraya ( Lord Krishna’s devotee )
Mishaye
Misri ( Sweet )
Miteelai
Mohati ( as beautiful as pearl(moti) )
Mohita ( Attracted )
Molina ( Tree that grows from root )
Monica
Moukthika ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Mounisha
Mridini ( Goddesss Parvati )
Mrigakshi ( One with deer- like beautiful eyes )
Mrinali ( Lotus stem )
Mrinmayee ( Deer’s Eye )
Mruda ( Parvati; affectionate )
Mruthula
Mugdha ( Innocent young girl )
Mukula, Mukulita ( Bud )
Muskan ( smile )
Naatya ( Dance )
Nabanipa ( A new flower )
Nadia ( The begining; First )
Nagashree ( Snake Goddess )
Naidhrua ( Parvati; almost perfect )
Nainika ( Pupil of the eye )
Nakshatra ( Pearl )
Nalahyini ( A paragon of chastity )
Naman ( Bow to God )
Namita ( Humble )
Namuchi ( Kama; tight; permanent )
Nandana ( Goddess Durga )
Nandini ( Goddess Durga )
Naomika
Narmada ( Name of a river )
Naumika ( Trishakthi & one worthy to get namasthe )
Navajyoti ( New light, new flame )
Naveena ( New )
Navita ( New )
Nayana ( Eyes )
Neeharika
Neelaja ( River starting from blue mountain Neelparvat )
Neelanjana ( Blue )
Neelkamala ( Blue lotus )
Neera ( Amrit/Pure Water )
Neethu
Nehal ( Rainy; handsome )
Netravati ( Beautifuleyed )
Nidra ( A form of the Devi )
Niju ( Pansophist )
Nikhitha
Nilaa ( Moon )
Nilaruna ( The first light of the dawn )
Nilaya ( Home )
Nilofar ( FLOWER )
Nimita ( Fixed )
Ninarika ( Misty )
Nipuna
Nirali ( Different )
Nireeksha ( hope, expectation )
Nirmala ( Clean )
Nirupama ( Matchless )
Nischala
Nishay
Nishita ( Alert )
Nishtha ( Determination )
Nitara ( Deeply rooted )
Niti ( Ethics )
Nitya ( Eternal )
Niva ( Renew )
Nivedita ( Surrendered, Offered to God )
Nivruta
Nupoor ( Anklet )
Nutan ( New; Fresh )
Naazeneen ( enchanting )
Nabhi ( Central )
Nadira ( Pinnacle )
Nagina ( Jewel )
Naija ( Daughter of wisdom )
Naisha ( Special )
Nakti ( Night )
Nalika ( Lotus )
Namana ( Bending )
Namrah ( Tigress )
Nanaki ( Sister of Nanaka )
Nandi ( Goddess Durga )
Nandita ( Cheerful )
Narayani ( Durga, Lakshmi )
Nartan ( Dance )
Navadha ( Bhakti )
Navaneeta ( Butter )
Navika ( New )
Navneeta ( Butter -like )
Nayantara ( Star of the eyes )
Neela ( Blue colour )
Neelakshi ( Blue-eyed )
Neelima
Neena
Neeraja ( Lotus )
Neeti ( Good behaviour )
Neharika ( Dew Drops )
Nidhi ( Wealth )
Niharika ( The girl who is admired by looking itself. )
Nikara ( Collection )
Nikita ( Earth; Ganges )
Nilakshi ( Blue-eyed )
Nilasha ( Blueness )
Nilima ( Blue )
Nilshikha ( Blue mountain’s top )
Nimmi
Nipa ( One who watches over )
Niradhara
Niramayee ( Pure, clean, spotless )
Nirguna
Nirmayi ( Without blemish )
Nirvana ( Deep silence, ultimate bliss )
Nisha ( Night )
Nishevitha
Nishithini ( Night )
Nistha ( Firmness )
Nithika ( Angel )
Nitika ( ‘Niti means ‘Policy’ in Hindi. )
Nityapriya ( Ever pleasing )
Nivah
Niverta
Niyati ( Destiny )
Nupura ( Anklet )
Nabah ( Nobel High, Sky )
Nachni ( Dancer; suggestive look )
Nagalata
Nagini
Naina ( Eyes )
Naishadha ( Poetry )
Nakula ( Goddess Parvati )
Nalini ( Lotus; Sweet nectar )
Nami ( One of Vishnu’s Name )
Namrata ( Politeness )
Nanda ( Happiness, a daughter )
Nandika ( Laxshmi )
Naomi
Narayini ( Mother godess saraswathi and Lakshmi )
Natasha ( Child of christmas )
Navadurga ( All nine forms Of Durga. )
Navdeep
Navistha ( Youngest )
Navya ( Young )
Nayonika ( One with expressive eyes )
Neelabja ( Blue lotus )
Neelam ( Sapphire )
Neelja
Neepa ( A flower )
Neeta ( Within Rules )
Neha ( Loving )
Netra ( Eyes )
Nidhipa ( Treasure Lord )
Nihika ( She,who is always to be cherished )
Nikhita ( Earth; Ganges )
Nikki ( Small )
Nilambari ( Clothed in blue )
Nilashri ( Blue Beauty )
Nilini ( Perpetuator of the Kuru race )
Nimisha ( Momentary )
Nina ( Beautiful eyes )
Nipeksha
Niral ( Calm )
Niranjana ( Goddess Durga )
Nirja ( Goddess Laxmi )
Nirupa ( Same as Gayatri )
Nirvisha
Nishali
Nishi ( Getting stronger )
Nishka ( Honest )
Nita ( Moral )
Nithya ( Eternal )
Nitu
Nityasri ( With eternal beauty )
Niveda
Nivriti ( Bliss )
Noshi ( Sweet )
Nusrat ( Help )
Oditi ( Dawn )
Ojal ( Splendour )
Oma ( Life giver )
Omisha ( Goddess of birth &death )
Omya ( beautiful )
Orpita ( Offering )
Oindrila ( Another name for the wife of Indra )
Ojasvi ( Bright )
Omaja ( Result of spiritual unity )
Omkareshwari ( Goddess Parvati, Gauri )
Onella ( Light )
Oshin
Oja ( Vitality )
Ojaswini ( Lustrous )
Omana ( A woman )
Omkari
Oni ( Shelter )
Oviya
Padma ( Lotus )
Padmajai ( Born from lotus, Lakshmi )
Padmal ( Lotus )
Padmamalini ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Padmashri ( Divine Lotus )
Padmini ( Lotus pond )
Pakhi ( Bird )
Pala Pala ( Shining )
Pallavi ( Bud )
Pameela ( Honey )
Panchali ( Princess )
Pankaja ( Lotus )
Pankhudi
Panna ( Emerald )
Parama ( The best )
Paravi ( Bird )
Parbatie
Parina ( Fairy )
Pariyat ( Flower )
Parnal ( Leafy )
Parni ( Leafy )
Parthavi ( Goddess Sita )
Parvani ( Full moon; a festival or a special day )
Parvini ( Festival )
Patala ( Goddess Durga )
Paulomi
Pavana ( Holy, sacred )
Pavitra ( Pure )
Pehr ( Phase/ time of day. )
Phutika
Piki ( Cuckoo )
Pinga ( Goddess Durga )
Pivari ( A wife of Sukha )
Ponnulakshmi ( Goddess Saraswathi )
Poorbi ( Eastern )
Poornendhu
Poorvaganga ( River Narmada )
Popat ( parrot )
Prabhada ( Lady )
Pracheeta ( Origin; Starting point )
Pradeepta ( Glowing )
Pragalbha ( Goddess Durga )
Pragnya ( Scholar. )
Pragyawati ( A wise woman )
Prajwala
Prakriti ( Nature; Beautiful )
Pramila ( One of Arjuna’s wife )
Pranahita
Pranauthi ( Lamp in Kannada Language )
Praneeka
Pranita ( Promoted )
Prapti ( Advantage )
Prashansa ( Prasie )
Prasheila ( Ancient time )
Prathika ( Symbolic )
Pratichi ( West )
Pratiksha
Pratitha ( Well known )
Pratyusha
Praveena ( Skilled )
Preetha ( Happy )
Preksha
Prerna ( Inspiration )
Preyasi ( Beloved )
Prinaka ( Girl who brings heaven to earth )
Prita ( Dear one )
Prithika ( Flower )
Pritika ( Loved one )
Privika
Priyadutta ( Earth )
Priyamvada ( Sweet spoken )
Priyanvada ( One who speaks nicely )
Puja ( Prayer )
Pujya ( Respectable )
Puloma ( Wife of the sage Bhrigu )
Pundari
Punthali ( A doll )
Purandhri ( Same as Gayatri )
Purvaja ( Elder sister )
Pushpa ( Flower )
Pushpanjali ( Flower offering )
Puspita ( A group of flower )
Putul ( Doll )
Padmagriha ( Who resides in a lotus )
Padmakali ( Lotus bud )
Padmalaya ( Lake of lotuses )
Padmapriya ( Lover of Lotus )
Padmavasa ( One who resided in lotus )
Padnuni ( Lotus )
Pakshalika ( On The Right Path )
Palak ( Eye lid )
Pallavini ( With new leaves )
Pamela
Panini ( Skilful )
Pankajadharini ( Lotus Holder. )
Pankita
Paola
Parameshwari ( Goddess Durga )
Parbarti ( Surrender )
Pari ( Fairy )
Parinita ( Complete )
Parmila
Parnashri ( Leafy beauty )
Parnika ( A small leaf, parvati )
Parthivi ( Sita )
Parvati ( Wife of Lord Shiva )
Pasha ( A bond )
Patmanjari ( A raga )
Pauravi
Pavani ( Goddess Ganga )
Payal ( Anklets )
Phiroza ( Turquoise )
Pia ( Beloved )
Pinakini ( Bow shaped )
Pingla ( Goddess Durga )
Piyali ( A tree )
Pooja ( Prayer )
Poorna ( Complete )
Poornima ( Full moon )
Poorvaja ( Elder sister )
Poushali ( Of the month Poush )
Prabhati ( Of the morning )
Prachi ( East )
Pradnya ( Wisdom; Buddhi )
Pragati ( Progress )
Pragya ( Wisdom )
Prajakta ( Fragnant flower )
Prakalpa ( Project )
Prama ( Knowledge of truth )
Pramiti ( Wisdom )
Pranali ( Organisation )
Pranavi ( Goddess Parvathi )
Pranidhi ( Spy )
Pranjal ( Honest and Dignified )
Prarthana ( Prayer )
Prashanthi ( Highest peace )
Prateeksha ( Waiting for something )
Prathima ( doll )
Pratigya ( Pledge, vow )
Pratima ( Idol )
Pratiti ( Faith )
Pravalikha
Prayuta ( Mingled with )
Preethanjali
Prema ( Love )
Preshti ( Ray of Light )
Prianka ( Favourite )
Prinka ( love )
Prital ( Loved one )
Prithuloma ( Fish, Pisces -zodiac sign )
Pritikana ( An atom of love )
Priya ( Beloved )
Priyala ( One who gives love )
Priyanjali
Priyasha ( Dear one )
Puji ( Gentle )
Pulak ( A gem; Smile )
Punam, Poonam ( Full moon )
Punita ( Holy )
Punya ( Virtuous )
Purnima ( Full Moon )
Purvi ( From the east )
Pushpagandha ( Juhi flower )
Pushpavathi
Pusti ( Nourishment, endorsement )
Padmaja ( Goddess Laxmi )
Padmakshi ( One with lotus-like eyes )
Padmalochana ( Lotuseyed )
Padmarekha ( Lotus- like lines on palm )
Padmavati ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Pahal ( The start )
Pal ( moment )
Palaksi ( White )
Palomi
Pampa ( River )
Panita ( Admired )
Pankhadi ( Petal )
Pankti ( Sentence )
Parajika ( A raagini )
Paramita ( Friend of Others )
Parbati ( Love )
Paridhi ( Limit )
Parivita ( Extermely free )
Parmita ( Wisdom )
Parnavi ( Bird )
Parnita ( Auspicious Apsara )
Parul ( Graceful, Flow of Water )
Parveen ( Star )
Pashupriya ( Fond of all beings )
Patralekha ( A name from ancient epics )
Pavaki ( Goddess Saraswati )
Pavi
Payoja ( Lotus )
Phoolan ( Flower )
Pihu
Pinal
Pival ( A tree )
Plaksha ( sarswati )
Poonam ( Full moon )
Poornakamala ( A Blooming Lotus )
Poorva ( Earlier one, elder, east )
Poorvi ( A classical melody )
Prabha ( Light )
Prabhavati ( A raagini, wife of Sun )
Pradatta ( gift of god )
Prafula ( In bloom )
Pragna
Pragyaparamita ( Wise )
Prajna ( Goddess Saraswati )
Prakhya ( Appearance )
Pramada ( Woman )
Pramukha
Pranati ( Prayer )
Pranaya ( Leader )
Pranika ( goddess parvati )
Pranvuta ( Praised )
Praseeda
Prasheetha ( Origin; Starting point )
Pratheeba ( Light )
Pratibha ( Splendour; Brightness )
Pratika ( Symbolic )
Pratishtha ( Preeminence )
Pratyankara ( Special form )
Pravartika
Preet ( Love )
Preeti ( Love )
Premila ( Full of love )
Prestha ( Dearest )
Prina ( Content )
Prisha ( Beloved; Loving; God’s gift )
Pritha ( Mother of Pandavas- Kunti )
Priti ( Love )
Pritilata ( A creeper of love )
Priyadarshini ( Delightful to look at )
Priyam ( Beloved )
Priyanka ( Beautiful act, symbol or body )
Prutha ( Daughter of earth )
Pujita ( Worshipped )
Pulkita
Punarnava ( A star )
Punom ( full moon )
Purala ( Durga; guardian of fortresses )
Purva ( Elder; Breeze )
Pusha ( Nourishing )
Pushpalata ( Flower creeper )
Pushpita ( Decorated with flowers )
Putana ( Blowing Hard, Demon )
Quily ( bird )
Raaga ( Melody )
Rabhya ( Worshipped )
Rachita ( Created )
Radhika ( Successful )
Ragini ( Melody )
Raima ( Pleasing; Rama of the axe )
Rajalakshmi ( Goddess lakshmi )
Rajashri ( Royalty )
Rajdulari ( Dear princess )
Rajhansa ( Swan )
Rajkumari ( Princess )
Rajo
Raka ( Full moon )
Rakshasamardini ( Destroyer of Demons. )
Ramadevi
Rameshwari ( Parvati )
Ramola ( Who takes interest in everything )
Rangana ( Happy )
Ranita ( Tinkling )
Ranjini ( Pleasing )
Rannika
Rashmi ( Sun Rays )
Rasna ( Ray )
Ratna ( Gem )
Ratnajyoti ( Light from a jewel )
Ratnamala ( Jewels necklace )
Ratnapriya ( One who likes jewels )
Ravali
Raya ( Flow; Sated with drink )
Reema ( Goddess Durga; White antelope )
Rekha ( Line; Limit )
Renu ( Particle, grain,sand )
Reshika
Reva ( To move )
Revita
Rheeya
Richitha
Ridhima ( Full of love )
Rihanna
Rijuta ( Innocense )
Rimi
Rinkal
Rishika ( Saintly )
Rishmitha
Rithvikha ( Scholar )
Ritisha ( The goddess of truth )
Rituja
Rochi ( Light )
Rohini ( Moon )
Romila ( Heartfelt )
Roopali ( Pretty )
Roshna ( Bright )
Rucha ( Vedic lyrics )
Ruchira ( Tasty )
Rudrabhiravi ( Goddess Durga )
Rudrapriya ( Beloved of Rudra; Parvati )
Ruhika ( Desire )
Rujuta ( Honesty, sincerity )
Rukmini ( Wife of Krishna )
Rupal ( Made of silver )
Rupashri ( A musical raagini )
Rupi ( Beauty )
Rushda ( Good News )
Ruth ( Season )
Raaka ( Full Moon )
Rabia ( Famous; godly )
Rachna ( Creation )
Raghaveni ( Melody )
Rahela
Raina ( night )
Rajani
Rajasi ( Worthy of a king )
Rajeshri ( Queen )
Raji ( Shining )
Rajnandini ( Princess )
Rajshri ( Sage-like king )
Rakhi ( Bond of protection )
Rakti ( Pleasing )
Ramani ( Beautiful girl )
Ramini ( Beautiful woman )
Ramra ( Splendour )
Ranhita ( Quick )
Ranjan ( Enjoyment )
Ranjita ( Amusing, decorated )
Ranya ( Pleasant )
Rashmika ( Ray of light )
Ratanjali ( Red sandal wood )
Ratnabala ( Jewelled )
Ratnalekha ( Beauty of jewels )
Ratnangi ( Whole body adorned with jewels )
Ratnavali ( A bunch of gems )
Raveena ( Sunny )
Rayna ( Purity )
Reena ( Gem )
Reman
Renuka ( Mother of Parasuram )
Reshma ( Silken )
Revathi ( Wealth )
Rewa ( Swift )
Ria ( Singer )
Riddhi ( Fortunate )
Ridhvi
Riju/ Rijul ( Innocent )
Rijutha ( Straightforwardness )
Rimpy ( Pretty )
Risha ( Sainty )
Rishima ( Moonbeam )
Rita ( Way of life )
Riti ( Memory; well being )
Ritsika ( Traditional )
Rituparna ( Leafy season )
Rohana ( Sandalwood )
Rohita ( Brahma’s daughter )
Roop ( Look )
Roopini ( Beautiful appearance )
Roshni ( Light )
Ruchi ( Light )
Ruchita ( Splenderous )
Rudrakali ( Godess Durga )
Rugu ( Soft )
Ruhin ( Spiritual )
Rukhmini ( Goddess Laxmi )
Ruma ( Vedic hymn )
Rupali ( Beautiful, pretty )
Rupasi ( Beautiful lady )
Rupika ( Gold coin )
Rushika
Rutti ( Season )
Raakhi ( Symbol of protection )
Rachana ( Creation )
Radha ( Lord Krishna’s lover )
Ragi ( Loving )
Rahini ( Goddess Saraswathi )
Raja ( King-Queen )
Rajanigandha ( Night blossoming flower )
Rajata ( Silver )
Rajeshwari ( Goddess Parvati )
Rajika ( Lamp )
Rajni ( Night )
Rajul ( Brilliant )
Raksha ( Protection )
Rama ( Goddess Laxmi )
Rambha ( Name of an apsara )
Ramita ( Pleasing )
Ramya ( Delightful )
Rani ( Queen )
Ranjana ( Enjoyment )
Ranjudeep
Rashi ( A collection of wealth; Sign )
Rasika ( Sugarcane juice, connoiseur )
Rati ( Joy, Wife of Kamdeva )
Ratnabali ( String of pearls )
Ratnali ( A jewelled )
Ratnaprabha ( Earth, light from a jewel )
Ratrinight ( A Name for Goddess Durga )
Raviprabha ( Light of the sun )
Rebha ( Sings praises )
Reha
Reneeka ( Song )
Resham ( Silk )
Reshmi ( Silken )
Revati ( Prosperity )
Rhea ( Singer )
Richa ( Hymn;The writing of the Vedas )
Ridhi ( good fortune, Prosperity, increase )
Ridhvika
Rijul ( Innocent )
Rima ( Goddess Durga )
Rina ( Dissolved )
Rishambali ( Brought up by saints,Be mature by saints )
Rishma
Rithika ( Of a stream )
Ritika ( Movement, Of Brass )
Ritu ( Season )
Riya ( singer )
Rohin ( Rising )
Roma ( Goddess Laxmi )
Roopa ( Blessed with beauty )
Roshika ( light )
Rubaina ( Bright )
Ruchika ( Shining; Beautiful; Desirous )
Rudra ( Parvati, consort of Shiva; crying )
Rudrani ( Goddess Parvati )
Ruhi ( Soul )
Rujula ( Who endows wealth, Lakshmi )
Rukma ( Gold )
Rupa ( Silver )
Rupashi ( Beautiful )
Rupeshwari ( Goddess of beauty )
Rusham ( Peaceful )
Rushvi
Rutva ( Speech )
Saachi ( Truth )
Saanvi ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Sabrang ( Rainbow )
Sachita ( Consciousness )
Sadhana ( Goddess Durga )
Sadhvi ( Virtuous woman )
Saesha ( With great desire and wish )
Sage ( one reserved for wisdom )
Sahana ( Patience )
Sahiba ( The lady )
Sahira ( Mountain )
Sahitya ( Literature )
Saijayani ( Personification of Victory. A Name for Shirdi Sai Baba )
Sajala ( Clouds )
Sajni ( Beloved )
Saki ( friend )
Saloni ( Beautiful )
Samantha
Samata ( Equality )
Samel
Samiksha ( Analysis )
Sampada ( Blessing )
Sampurna
Samrta ( Provided with Nectar )
Samvidha
Samyuktha ( grouping together / godess parvathi )
Sanatani ( Goddess Durga )
Sanchaya ( Collection )
Sandhya ( Dusk; Perfection )
Sangita ( Music )
Sania ( Moment in Time )
Sanjana ( In Harmony )
Sanjivani ( Immortality )
Sanjula ( Beautiful )
Sannidhi ( Nearness )
Sansi ( Truth )
Sansitha
Santhi ( Peace )
Santushti ( Complete satisfaction )
Sanyogita
Saphala ( Successful )
Sara ( Precious )
Sarala ( Straight; honest )
Sarasa ( Swan )
Saratha ( The God Saraswathi Devi )
Sarbani ( Goddess Durga )
Sarika ( A thing of beauty; Nature )
Sarjana ( Creative; creation )
Sarla ( Straight forward )
Sarojini ( In the lotus )
Saruprani ( Beautiful woman )
Sarvani ( Durga; universal; complete )
Sashi ( Moon )
Sasya
Sattviki ( Durga; true; pure; honest )
Satvika
Satyaki ( One who is truthful )
Saudamini ( Lightning )
Saundarya ( Beautiful )
Savidharani ( Sungod )
Savitha ( Bright )
Sayanika ( God )
Sebati ( A good sented flower )
Seemantini ( Woman )
Seheri
Semanti ( A white rose )
Setu ( Sacred symbol )
Sevita ( Cherished )
Shachi ( Wife of Lord Indra )
Shailaja ( Goddess Parvati )
Shaili ( Tradition )
Shakambari ( Goddess Parvati )
Shakti ( Goddess Durga; power )
Shalakha ( Goddess Parvati )
Shalini ( Modest )
Shambari ( Illusion )
Shameena ( Beautiful )
Shampa ( Lightning )
Shansa ( Praise )
Shanthini
Sharadini ( Autumn )
Sharaya
Shardambha ( Goddess Saraswati )
Sharini ( Earth )
Sharmista
Sharvani ( Goddess Durga )
Shashi ( Moon )
Shashini ( Moon )
Shashwathi ( eternal )
Shayna ( Beautiful )
Sheen ( Brightness )
Shefalika ( A flower )
Shemyukta
Shevalini ( A river )
Shichi ( Glow )
Shilavatia ( River )
Shilpita ( Well- proportioned )
Shipra ( A river )
Shishirkana ( Particles of dew )
Shivali ( Goddess Parvati )
Shivanjali
Shivasundari ( Durga )
Shivkriti
Shlok
Shobhana ( Shining, Glowing )
Shomili ( Beautiful and Elegant )
Shorashi ( Young woman )
Shrankhla
Shravasti ( An ancient Indian city )
Shree ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Shreemayi ( Fortunate )
Shreeparna ( Tree adorned with leaves )
Shreeveda ( sacred scriptures/ Godess Saraswati )
Shrena
Shresthi ( Best of all )
Shreyashi ( Good )
Shridula ( Blessing )
Shrijani ( Creative )
Shrikama ( Radha )
Shrila ( Beautiful )
Shrilekha ( Goddesses Lakshmi & Saraswathi )
Shrina ( Night )
Shristi
Shrivalli ( Goddess Laxmi )
Shrivya
Shrujana ( Creative and intelligent girl )
Shrutaly
Shruti ( Kwoledge of Vedas )
Shuba ( Auspicious )
Shubhangi ( Beautiful )
Shuchismita ( One who has a pure smile )
Shukla ( Goddess Saraswati )
Shulka ( Goddess Saraswati )
Shuvasree ( Lakshmi )
Shweta ( Lovable; White )
Shyamali ( Dusky )
Shyamangi ( Dark-complexioned )
Shyamini
Sia
Siddhangana ( Accomplished; Female Saint; Divine; Pure )
Siddhi ( Wife of Lord Ganesh; Achievement )
Sidhi ( perfection, completion, wife of Ganesh )
Simbala ( Pond )
Simrit ( Remembered )
Sinhayana ( Goddess Durga )
Sirali
Sirisha ( Sacred )
Sitara ( A star )
Sivanandhini ( Devotee of lord siva )
Siya ( Sita )
Skandajit ( Wife of Lord Vishnu )
Smita ( Ever smiling lady )
Smriti ( Recollection )
Sneha ( Affection )
Snehi ( Friendly )
Snikitha ( Smiling face )
Sonakshi ( Goddess Parvati )
Sonam ( good luck )
Sonu
Sorupa
Soukhya
Sowjanya ( Tender )
Spandana ( Motivation )
Spoorti
Sreejata
Sreya ( Best ,beautiful ,excellent )
Sridevi ( wife of sri hari )
Srija ( Goddess lakshmi )
Srikanya
Srinika
Srisha ( Flower )
Sruja
Srutakirti ( Wife of Shatrughna in Ramayana )
Sthitapragna
Subadra ( sister of lord krishna )
Subetha ( elegant )
Subhagya ( Lucky )
Subhi ( Lucky )
Subiksha
Suchandra ( Beautiful )
Suchhaya ( Shining )
Suchita ( Auspicious )
Sudarshana ( Handsome )
Sudeepta ( Bright )
Sudevi ( Wife of Krishna )
Sudhanya
Sudipta ( Bright )
Sugandha ( Fragrant )
Sugathri
Suhag ( Love )
Suhani ( beautiful )
Suhavi
Sujala ( Affectionate )
Sujitha ( Grreat conqurer )
Sukhada ( One who gives happiness )
Sukrit ( Wise )
Suksha ( Beautiful eyes )
Sukumari ( Soft; meritorious )
Sulakshmi ( Goddess Laxmi )
Sulochna
Suman ( Flower )
Sumavali ( Garland )
Sumitra ( Friendly )
Sunadamala
Sunanda ( Sweet charectered )
Sunayana ( A woman with lovely eyes )
Sundha ( A character in Ramayana )
Sunehri ( Golden )
Sunila ( Blue )
Suniti ( Same as Sunita )
Suparna ( Goddess Parvati )
Suprasanna ( Ever Cheerful and beaming )
Suprit ( Loving )
Supriya ( Well-loved )
Suraksha ( Protection )
Suranjana ( Pleasing )
Suravi ( Sun )
Surekha ( Prayer )
Surily
Suruchi ( Delighting )
Suryadita ( Sun )
Sushama ( Beauty )
Sushma ( Beautiful woman )
Sushvidha
Susita ( White )
Sutanuka ( Beautiful )
Suvali ( Full of grace )
Suvarnarekha ( Ray of gold )
Suvrata ( A daughter of Daksa )
Svaha ( Wife of fire god )
Svitra ( White )
Swapanthi ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Swapnasundari ( Dream girl )
Swarna
Swarnaprabha ( Golden light )
Swastika
Sweeya ( Self )
Swikruti ( accept )
Saanchitha ( Collection of Verses )
Sabeena ( Beautiful )
Sabri ( Lord Ram’s devotees )
Sada ( Always )
Sadhika ( Goddess Durga )
Sadrusa ( Something good to look at )
Sagari ( From The Ocean )
Sagun ( Auspicious )
Sahasra ( A new beginning )
Sahila ( Guide )
Sahishna
Sahoj ( Strong )
Saima ( Mother of flowers )
Sajani ( Beloved; Loving; Well loved )
Saketha ( Shri Krishna )
Sakshi ( Witness )
Samaira
Samanvi ( one who poses all best qualities )
Sameena ( Happy )
Samhita ( A vedic omposition )
Samita ( Collected )
Sampatti ( Wealth )
Samreen ( A lovely quite girl. )
Samskara ( Ethics )
Samyama ( quiet,peaceful )
Sana ( Praise; Resplendence; Brilliance )
Sanchali ( Movement )
Sanchita ( Collection )
Sanemi ( Perfect )
Sangya ( Intellect, Wife of Surya Dev )
Sanika ( Flute )
Sanjaya ( Triumphant )
Sanjna ( Well Known )
Sanjushree ( Beautiful )
Sanobar ( Palm tree )
Sansisree ( God Blessings )
Sanskriti ( Culture )
Santosh ( Satisfaction )
Sanvali ( Dusky )
Sanyukta ( Relating to )
Sapna ( Dream )
Sarada ( Goddess Saraswati )
Sarama ( Wife of Bibhisan )
Sarasi ( Lake )
Saravati ( A river )
Sargam
Sarisha ( Charming )
Sarjena ( Creative )
Saroj ( Lotus )
Saruchi ( Wonderful )
Sarvagjna ( Goddess Durga )
Sarvika
Sasmita ( Always laughing )
Satha ( Dishonest )
Satvari ( Night )
Satviki ( Goddess Durga )
Satyarupa ( Truth; personified )
Saumyaa ( Goddess Durga )
Saura ( Celestial )
Savita ( Sun )
Savitri ( Mother )
Sayona
Seema ( Border; Limit )
Seena
Sejal ( Pure; Depth in character )
Serena ( Quiet )
Seva ( Worship )
Shabari ( A tribal devotee of Lord Rama )
Shagun ( Auspicious moment )
Shailasha ( Parvati; one who lives in the mountain )
Shailika
Shakeela ( Beautiful )
Shakuntala ( Wife of Dushyant )
Shalalu ( Perfume )
Shalmali ( Silk-cottom tree )
Shambhavi ( Goddess Durga )
Shamim ( Fire )
Shankari ( Wife of Lord Shiva )
Shanta ( Peaceful )
Shanti ( Peace )
Sharani ( The earth; protector; guardian )
Sharayu ( River in Ayodhya )
Shari ( Arrow )
Sharmadha
Sharmistha ( Wife of Yayati )
Sharvari ( Twilight )
Shashibala ( The moon )
Shashiprabha ( Moon light )
Shaswati ( Eternal )
Sheeja
Sheetal ( Cool )
Sheilly ( LITERATURE )
Shenessa ( GOD IS GRACIOUS )
Shevanti ( A flower )
Shikha ( Hill Top )
Shilna
Shina
Shirina ( Night )
Shiuli ( Flower )
Shivangi ( Beautiful )
Shivanshi ( A part of Shiv )
Shivi
Shivli ( Flower )
Shloka ( Verse )
Shobhita ( Splendid )
Shoni ( One of complexion of red lotus )
Shraddha ( Faith;Very attentive person )
Shravani ( Born in the month of Shravan )
Shravya ( Musical tone; Melodious )
Shreela ( Beautiful )
Shreena ( godess Lakshmi )
Shreeprada ( Goddess Radha )
Shreeya ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Shresta ( Foremost; Best; First )
Shreya ( Beautiful )
Shri ( Lustre )
Shrigauri ( Goddess Parvati )
Shrika ( Fortune )
Shrikirti ( Lustrous fame )
Shrilata ( Lustrious creeper )
Shrimati ( Goddess lakshmi; fortunate )
Shrinitha
Shrithi ( raag )
Shrivibha ( Vaibhavi(Goddess of LAkshmi) )
Shriya ( Prosperity )
Shrujeshwari ( Goddess of creativity )
Shruthi ( Lyrics )
Shrutika ( Not none )
Shubha ( Auspicious )
Shubhra ( White; the Ganga )
Shuchita ( Purity )
Shukti ( Pearl-oyster )
Shushma ( Fragrant )
Shveni ( White )
Shyama ( Goddess Durga )
Shyamalika ( Dusky )
Shyamari ( Dusky )
Shyamlata ( A creeper with dusky leaves )
Sibani ( Goddess parvati )
Siddhani ( Blessed )
Siddhiksha ( Lakshmi; a religious ceremony )
Sikata ( Sand )
Simone
Sindhu ( Ocean; river )
Sinjini ( Sound of anklet )
Sireesha ( flower )
Sisira ( one of the star name )
Sitesh ( Wife of Lord Ram )
Sivaneswary ( Sivan God’s name )
Siyona ( Graceful )
Smera ( Smily )
Smitha
Smruti ( Memory )
Snehal ( Love; Bring love to people )
Snigda ( Affectionate )
Somdatta ( Gift of moon )
Sonal ( Golden )
Sonia ( Golden )
Soonera
Sosamma
Soumya ( decent,beautiful )
Sowmya ( Peace )
Sparsha ( Touch/feel )
Sravanti ( Flowing, a river )
Sreekshitha ( Name of Goddess Lakshmi )
Sri Varshitha
Sridevi, Sreedevi ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Srijana ( Creation )
Srikari ( Name of Lalitha devi )
Srinithi ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Sristi ( Creation )
Srujana ( creativity )
Srutvika
Striratna ( Goddess Laxmi )
Subarna ( Color of gold )
Subhadra ( Goddess Durga )
Subhashini ( Nicegirl )
Subhiksha ( Prosperous )
Subodhini ( A learned lady )
Sucharita ( Of good character )
Suchi ( Radiant )
Suchitra ( Beautiful )
Sudarshini ( Beautiful Lady Sundari )
Sudena ( Lakshmi; a real goddess )
Sudha ( Nectar )
Sudhira ( Placid )
Sudipti ( Brightness )
Suganthi
Sugauri ( Goddess Parvati )
Suhaila ( Moonshine )
Suhas ( Laughter )
Suhina ( Beautiful )
Sujata ( Of good caste )
Sukanya ( Comely )
Sukhi ( Happy )
Sukriti ( Beautiful creation )
Sukshma ( Fine )
Sukushi ( Noble )
Sulasa
Suma ( Good mother )
Sumana ( Kind hearted )
Sumedha ( Intelligent )
Sumona ( Calm )
Sunaina ( Beautiful eyes )
Sunandini ( Happy )
Sunayna ( Beautiful eyes )
Sundhuja ( Lakshmi; born of the ocean )
Sunethra ( beautiful eyes )
Suniska ( With beautiful smile )
Sunjana ( nothing )
Suprabha ( Radiant )
Supreetha ( Beloved; Endearing to all )
Suprita ( Well Pleased )
Supti ( Sleep )
Surama ( Very pleasing )
Surasa ( Goddess Durga )
Suravinda ( A beautiful Yaksa )
Sureshi ( Goddess Durga )
Surina ( Wise, Goddess )
Surupa ( Beautiful )
Suryakanti ( Suns’s rays )
Sushanti ( Peace )
Sushmita ( Good smile, smiling )
Sushvika
Susmita ( With a pleasant smile )
Sutapa ( Seeker of God )
Suvarna ( Golden )
Suvarnmala ( Golden necklace )
Suyasha ( Good achievent )
Svana ( Sound )
Swagata ( Welcome )
Swapna ( Dream like )
Swapnika ( Dream )
Swarna Gowri ( parvathi )
Swarnika ( Gold )
Swati ( Star )
Sweta ( Fair complexioned )
Symran ( Meditation )
Saanjh ( Evening )
Sabita
Sachi ( Grace )
Sadabhuja ( Goddess Durga )
Sadhna ( Worship )
Saee ( Female friend )
Sagarika ( Wave )
Saguna ( Virtuous )
Saheli ( Friend )
Sahima ( Snowed )
Sahithi ( Literature )
Sai ( A flower )
Saiyasha ( saibaba;success )
Sajili ( Decorated )
Sakhi ( Friend )
Salila ( Water )
Samali ( Bouquet )
Samanvitha ( One who pocess all the best qualities )
Sameera ( Early morning fragrance )
Samidha ( An offering for a sacred fire )
Samiya ( Incomparable )
Sampriti ( Attachement )
Samriddhi ( Prosperity )
Samullasita ( beautiful ,shining forth )
Samyukta
Sananda ( Pleasure; Goddess Lakshmi )
Sanchari ( spiritual traveller/ part of a song )
Sandhra
Sangamitra
Sani ( Gift )
Saniya ( Moment )
Sanjita ( Triumphant )
Sanjukta ( Union )
Sankul ( Full of )
Sanoja ( Eternal )
Sansita ( Praise )
Santati ( Granter of Issues, Goddess Durga )
Santoshi ( Godess Name )
Sanvisree ( Godess blessings )
Saparna ( Leafy )
Saptaparni ( seven leaves in a single branch )
Sarakshi ( Good sight )
Saranya ( Surrendered )
Saraswati ( Goddess of learning )
Sarayu ( Wind )
Sargini ( Composed of parts )
Sarita ( Goddess Durga; River )
Sarjita ( The One Who Creates )
Saroja ( Lotus )
Sarupa ( Beautiful )
Sarvajina ( Durga; who knows everything )
Sasha
Sasthi ( Goddess Durga )
Sati ( Wife of Shiva )
Satvi ( Existence )
Satya ( Truth )
Satyavati ( Truthful )
Saumyi ( Moonlight )
Savarna ( Daughter of the Ocean )
Savitashri ( Lustre of the sun )
Sayali
Sayuri ( Flower )
Seemanti ( Parting line )
Seerat ( brightness )
Selma ( Fair )
Sesha ( Serpent who symbolizes time )
Sevati ( White rose )
Shabnam ( Dew )
Shaila ( Living in Mountain )
Shailen
Shaivi ( Prosperity )
Shakini ( Goddess Parvati )
Shalaka ( Goddess Parvati )
Shalika ( Flute )
Shama ( Flame )
Shambhukanta ( Wife of Shambhu )
Shamita ( Peacemaker )
Shankhamala ( A fairytale princess )
Shantala ( Goddess Parvati )
Sharada ( Goddess of learning, Saraswati )
Sharanya ( Goddess Durga )
Sharda ( A Goddess )
Sharika ( Goddess Durga )
Sharmila ( Shy )
Sharun ( The plains )
Shasha ( Moon )
Shashikala ( Phases of moon )
Shashirekha ( Moon’s ray )
Shatakshi ( Goddess Durga )
Sheela ( Character )
Shefali ( Fragrant )
Shejali ( A fruit )
Sheoli
Shibani ( Goddess Durga )
Shila ( Rock )
Shilpa ( Perfectly created )
Shinjini ( Anklebells )
Shirisha ( shaning sun )
Shivakanta ( Goddess Durga )
Shivani ( Goddess Parvati )
Shivapriya ( Liked by Shiva Goddess Durga )
Shivika ( Palanquin )
Shlesha ( More than enough )
Shobha ( Beauty; Wish )
Shodana ( research )
Shonima ( Redness )
Shradha ( concentration )
Shravanthi ( Name in Buddhist literature )
Shraya ( Shresth )
Shreema ( Prosperous )
Shreenidhi ( treasure )
Shreeshta
Shrejal
Shresth ( Best of all )
Shreyanshi
Shridevi ( Goddess Laxmi )
Shrigeeta ( The sacred Geeta )
Shrikala ( Goddess Laxmi )
Shrikumari ( Lustrious )
Shrilaxmi ( Goddess Laxmi )
Shrimayi ( Fortunate )
Shriniti
Shrivali ( Goddess Laxmi )
Shrividya ( Goddess Durga )
Shriyadita ( Sun )
Shruta
Shruthika ( Lord Parvathi )
Shrutuja
Shubhada ( Giver of luck )
Shuchi ( Pure )
Shuddhi ( Goddess Durga )
Shulini ( Goddess Durga )
Shutradevi ( Goddess Saraswati )
Shveta ( White )
Shyamala ( Goddess Durga )
Shyamalima ( Dusky )
Shyamasri ( Dusky )
Shyla ( Goddess Parvati )
Siddhama ( Goddess Durga )
Siddheshwari ( Lord Shiva )
Siddhima ( Achievement )
Sikta ( Wet )
Simran ( Meditation )
Sindhuja ( Goddess Laxmi )
Sinsapa ( Ashok tree )
Siri ( lakshmi )
Sita ( Wife of Lord Ram )
Sithika
Sivasathi
Skanda ( Wife of Lord Shiva )
Sminika
Smitojjala
Sneh ( Love )
Snehelata ( Vine of love )
Snigdha ( godess lakshmi )
Somila ( Tranquil )
Sonali ( Golden )
Sonika ( Daughter of the Sun, golden )
Soorat ( Beauty )
Sougandika ( Sacred River )
Sourabhi ( Fragrance; the celestial cow )
Sowparnika ( River by t he side of Mookambika )
Spoorthy ( Inspiration )
Sreeja
Sreesha ( Lord Venkateswara )
Sridatri ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Srihitha
Srikala
Srimaye ( laxmi )
Sripada
Sritha ( (Lakshmi) Your’s( only referring to God) )
Srushti
Stavita ( Praised )
Stuti ( Goddess Durga )
Subbulu ( snake )
Subhaga ( A fortunate person )
Subhasini ( Softspoken )
Subhuja ( Auspicious Apsara )
Subrata ( Devoted to what is right )
Sucheta ( Always alert )
Suchismita ( With a pious smile )
Sudakshima ( Wife of king Dilip )
Sudeepa ( Bright )
Sudeshna ( Wife of king Virata )
Sudhamayi ( Full of nectar )
Sudiksha ( Goddess Laxmi )
Suditi ( Bright, shining )
Suganya
Sugita ( Beautifully sung )
Suhana ( pleasent )
Suhasini ( Ever-smiling )
Suhrita ( Well-disposed )
Sujaya ( Victory )
Sukeshi ( With beautiful hari )
Sukhmani
Sukruti ( A good conduct )
Suksma ( Fine )
Sulaksha ( Lucky )
Sulbha ( Easily available )
Sumalatha ( flower and leaf )
Sumangli ( Goddess Parvati )
Sumita ( Friendly )
Sumukhi ( Very beautiful )
Sunamya
Sunandita ( Happy )
Sundari ( Beautiful )
Suneeti ( Mother of Dhruva )
Sunetra ( One with beautiful eyes )
Sunita ( Well-behaved )
Supal ( precious time )
Supraja
Suprema ( Loving )
Supriti ( Loving )
Surabhi ( Beauty )
Surangi ( Colourful )
Surasti ( Perfect )
Surbhi ( fragrancde , beauty )
Sureshwari ( Goddess Durga )
Surotama ( Auspicious Apsara )
Surya ( The sun )
Suryani ( Sun’s wife )
Sushila ( Good charactered woman )
Sushobhana ( Very beautiful )
Susila ( Wife of Krishna, clever in amorous sciences )
Susumna ( Same as Lalita )
Sutara ( Holy star )
Suvarnaprabha ( Lustre of gold )
Suvitha ( Welfare, Prosperity )
Svadhi ( Thoughtful )
Svara ( Goddess of sound )
Swaha ( Wife of Agni; the lord of the fire )
Swapnali ( Dreamlike )
Swara ( Tones or Self-shining in Sanskrit )
Swarnalata ( Lustrous )
Swarupa ( Truth )
Swedha
Swetha
Syna ( PRINCESS )
Taanusiya ( A great devotee )
Talika ( A bird )
Tamalika ( Belonging to a place full of Tamal )
Tamasi ( Night )
Tanaya ( Daughter )
Tanika ( Rope )
Tanisha ( Ambition )
Tanitra ( Song )
Tanmayi ( Ecstasy in sanskrit & telugu )
Tanseem ( Salute of paradise )
Tanuka ( Slender )
Tanushi
Tanvi ( Beautiful; Goddess Durga )
Tapani ( The river Godavari )
Tapi ( A river )
Tara ( Star )
Tarakeshwari ( Goddess Parvati )
Tarana ( Composition )
Taranija ( River Yamuna )
Tarini ( Goddess Parvati )
Tarkeshwari ( Parvati )
Tarlika
Tarulata ( A creeper )
Tarunika ( Young girl )
Tatini ( River )
Teesha ( understanding )
Tejal ( Bright )
Tejaswini ( Radiant )
Teju ( full of light )
Thankam
Thanushree ( Beautiful )
Tilaka ( A kind of necklace )
Timila ( An instrument )
Tista ( Tributary of Ganga river located in North India )
Titiksha ( Forgiveness )
Toshani ( Goddess Durga )
Trariti ( Durga; agile; efficient; swift )
Triambika ( Goddess Parvati )
Tridiva ( Heaven )
Trijagati ( Goddess Parvati )
Trinayani ( Three eyed, Durga )
Tripta ( Satisfaction )
Tripurasundari ( Goddess Parvati )
Trisha ( Wish; Desire )
Trishona ( Desire )
Triveni ( Confluence of three rivers – the Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati )
Triyama ( Night )
Tuhi ( Bird sound )
Tulasi ( A Devi )
Tulya ( Equalled )
Turya ( Spiritual power )
Tushita
Tvisha ( Bright )
Tabassum ( A flower )
Talli ( Young )
Tamanna ( Wish )
Tamasvini ( Night )
Taneesha
Tanima ( Slenderness )
Tanishka ( Daughter )
Tanmaya ( Reincarnated )
Tannishtha ( Dedicated )
Tanu ( Slim )
Tanulata ( Slim creeper – like body )
Tanushri ( Beautiful )
Tanya ( Of the family )
Tapasi ( A female ascetic )
Tapni ( Godavari river In India )
Tarai ( Star )
Tarakini ( Starry night )
Tarangini ( A river )
Tarannum ( Melody )
Tarita ( Goddess Durga )
Tarla ( Nectar )
Tarpana ( Same as Gayatri )
Taruna ( Young girl )
Tarunima ( Youth )
Tavishi ( Courage )
Tej ( love of light )
Tejasvi ( Energetic; Gifted; Brilliant )
Teji
Thahiya
Thanmayu
Thilakam ( Lakshmi )
Tilika ( Auspicious symbol )
Tina
Tisya ( Auspicious )
Tiya ( A bird )
Toya ( Water )
Trayi ( Intellect )
Tribhuvaneshwari ( Goddess Durga )
Triguna ( Goddess Durga, Maya )
Trikaya ( Three dimentional )
Trinetra ( Three eyed, Durga )
Tripti ( Satisfaction )
Tripuri ( Parvati )
Trishala ( Trident )
Trishulini ( Goddess Durga )
Trivika
Trupti ( Satiatedness )
Tuhina ( Dew drop )
Tulika ( A paint brush )
Turanya ( Swift )
Tushara Bindu ( snow drop )
Tusti ( Peace, happiness )
Taj ( Crown; Jewel )
Tamali ( A tree with very dark bark )
Tamasa ( A river; darkness )
Tamira ( Magic )
Tania
Tanirika ( A flower )
Tanisi ( Goddess Durga )
Tanmayee ( Ecstasy in sanskrit & telugu )
Tannistha ( Devoted )
Tanuja ( Daughter )
Tanupa ( Hunger )
Tanvee ( Slender, beautiful, delicate )
Tanzil ( Beautification of Paradise )
Tapati ( The sun’s daughter )
Tapti ( Same as Tapi )
Taraka ( Star )
Tarala ( Honey bee )
Tarani ( Boat )
Tarika ( Flower shaped ear ring )
Tarjani ( The first finger )
Tarli ( Star )
Taru ( Small Plant )
Taruni ( Young girl )
Tasha ( Birth )
Teertha
Teja ( Radiant )
Tejaswi ( velugu )
Tejj ( light of power )
Thaneesha ( Ambition )
Thanumaliya ( Shiva )
Thumri ( Light classical melody )
Tilottama ( A celestial maiden )
Tisha
Tithi ( Date )
Toral ( A folk heroine )
Toyaja ( Lotus )
Treya ( One who walks on three paths )
Tridhara ( The river Ganga )
Triguni ( The three dimensions )
Trilochana ( Goddess Parvati )
Triparna ( Leaf of sacred Bael )
Tripura ( Goddess Durga )
Triputa ( Goddess Durga )
Trishna ( Desire )
Triti ( A moment in time )
Triya ( Young girl )
Trusha ( Thirst )
Tula ( Balance, a zodiac sign )
Tulsi ( Sacred plant )
Turvi ( Superior )
Tusharkana ( A particle of snow )
Tvarita ( Goddess Durga )
Ubika ( Growth )
Udaya ( Dawn )
Udichi ( One who grows with prosperity )
Uditi ( Rising )
Ujhala ( Light )
Ujjwala/ujvala ( Bright; Lighted )
Ullupi ( Pretty face )
Uma ( Goddess Parvati )
Unma ( Joy )
Upada ( A gift )
Upama ( The best, comparison )
Upma ( The best )
Urishita ( Firm )
Urmi ( Wave; Warmth )
Urshita ( Firm )
Urvi ( Earth )
Ushalakshi
Ushma ( Warmth )
Utalika ( Wave )
Utpala ( Filled with lotuses; A river )
Utpatti ( Creation )
Uttara ( Daughter of king Virata )
Ucchal ( Perception )
Udbala ( Strong )
Udipti ( On fire )
Udyati ( Elevated )
Ujjayini ( An ancient city )
Ujvala ( Bright; Lighted )
Ulupi
Umika ( Goddess Parvati )
Unnati ( Progress )
Upadhriti ( A ray )
Upasana ( Worship )
Ura ( Earth )
Urja ( Goddess Parvati )
Urmika ( Small wave )
Urva ( cloud )
Usha ( Dawn )
Ushashi ( Morning )
Usra ( First light )
Uthishta
Utpalakshi ( Goddess Laxmi )
Utsa ( Spring season )
Udantika ( Satisfaction )
Udgita ( A hymn )
Udita ( One who has risen )
Ujas ( Bright, shining )
Ujjwala ( Bright and lustrous )
Ulka ( Free falling rocks )
Ulupya ( Pretty face )
Unita ( Sisterly )
Unni ( Lead )
Upala ( Sandy bank )
Upasna ( Worship )
Urishilla ( Excellent )
Urjita ( Energetic )
Urmila ( Enchantress )
Urvashi ( The Ganges, a star )
Ushakiran ( Rays of morning sun )
Ushi ( A Plant )
Usri ( A river )
Utkala
Utpalini ( Lotus pond )
Utsavi ( Festivities )
Vaagdevi ( Goddess of learning )
Vachya ( Sita )
Vaibhavi
Vaidhrithi ( Well Adjusted )
Vainavi ( Gold )
Vaishavi ( Lord Vishnu’s devotee )
Vajra ( Goddess Durga )
Vallabha ( Lover )
Vallika ( Creeper )
Vamdevi ( Goddess Durga, Savitri )
Vamita
Vanalika ( Sunflower )
Vandana ( Adoration )
Vaneet ( Slender, Intelligent, loving beauty )
Vani ( Goddess Saraswati )
Vanishri ( Goddess Saraswati )
Vanmala ( Wildflower garland )
Vanshi ( Flute )
Varaa ( Goddess Parvati )
Varalika ( Goddess Durga )
Varda ( A diety, a river, giver of boons )
Varija ( Lotus )
Varnu ( Coloured )
Varshini
Varuna ( Goddess of all )
Varunika ( Goddess of rain )
Vasanta ( Spring )
Vasantika ( Goddess of spring )
Vashnie ( A Beloved Blessing )
Vasudha ( Giver of wealth )
Vasuki
Vasundhara ( Earth )
Veda ( Writing of the Aryans )
Vedi ( Altar )
Veeksha
Veenapani ( Saraswati )
Venah ( Pining )
Venuka ( Flute )
Vetravati ( A river in India )
Vibhavana
Vibhuti ( Goddess Laxmi )
Vidhut ( Electricity )
Vidula ( Moon )
Vidyadevi ( Goddess of knowledge )
Vidyutprabha ( Lightening flash )
Vijaya ( Victorious )
Vijeta ( Victorious )
Vikruti ( Maultiaceted Nature, Goddess Lakshmi )
Vimala ( Pure, sakti of the Gayatri Devi )
Vina ( Musical instument )
Vinata ( Humble, mother of Garuda )
Vindhya ( Knowledge )
Vinita ( Knowledge; modest; venus )
Vinshu ( humble sun )
Vipasa ( A river )
Vipula ( Abundant, Earth )
Virendri ( Goddess of Beauty )
Virini
Vishakha ( A nakshatra, unconquered )
Vishalya ( Painless )
Vishma
Vishranti ( Rest, relaxation )
Vishwambhara ( Earth )
Vithika ( Pathway )
Vividha ( Strange )
Vrisha ( Cow )
Vritika ( Thought )
Vyanjana ( Rhetorical suggestion )
Vaanika
Vagishwari ( Goddess Saraswati )
Vaidarbhi ( Rukhmini; wife of Krishna )
Vaijayanti ( Prize )
Vaisakhi ( Auspicious day in Punjab )
Vaishnavi ( Worshipper of Lord Vishnu )
Vajreshwari ( Buddhist goddess )
Vallari ( Goddess Sita )
Vama ( Lady, Durga )
Vamika ( Goddess Durga )
Vanadurga ( Goddess Parvati )
Vanamala
Vandita ( Adored )
Vanhi ( Fire )
Vania ( God’s gift )
Vanita ( Graceful lady )
Vanmalli ( Wild flower )
Vanshika ( Flute )
Varada ( Daughter, Goddess Lakshmi )
Varana ( A river )
Vari ( Goddess Saraswati )
Varna ( colors )
Varsha ( Rain )
Varshitha
Varunavi ( Goddess Laxmi )
Varya ( Form )
Vasantaprabha ( Spring blossom )
Vasatika ( Morning light )
Vasuda ( Earth )
Vasudhara
Vasulakshmi ( Goddess of wealth )
Vati ( Nature )
Vedanti ( Knower of the vedas )
Vedika ( Consciousness )
Veekshini ( Observer (may be) )
Veeska ( Vision, Knowledge )
Venika ( Holy river )
Venya ( Lovable )
Vibali ( Young )
Vibhavari ( Starry night )
Vibusha ( Bright )
Vidisha ( A river )
Vidushi ( Learned )
Vidyadhari
Vihanga ( bird/pakshi )
Vijayalakshmi ( Goddess Of Victory )
Vijul ( A silk-cottom tree )
Vilasini ( One who gives pleasure )
Vimla ( Clean )
Vinamra ( Modest )
Vinati ( Prayer )
Vineela
Vinodini ( Happy girl )
Vinutha ( Exceptionally new )
Vipasha ( Old name of the river Vyas. )
Vipusha ( Goddess Durga )
Viresha
Visala ( Celestial Apsara )
Vishalakshi ( Goddess Durga )
Vishaya ( Subject )
Vishnumaya ( Goddess Parvati )
Vishva ( World )
Vismaya ( Amazing )
Viti ( Light )
Vrajabala ( Girl from Mathura & its neighbourhood )
Vrishti ( Rain )
Vritti ( Nature; temperament )
Vynika
Vaanya ( Ideal daughter )
Vahathi
Vaidehi ( Sita; wife of Ram )
Vaijayantimala ( Lord Vishnu’s garland )
Vaishali ( Historical city )
Vaishnodevi ( Goddess Parvati )
Valini ( Stars )
Valli ( Creeper )
Vamakshi ( Beautiful eyes )
Vamil ( Beautiful )
Vanaja ( Daughter of forest )
Vanani ( Forest )
Vaneesha
Vanhishikha ( Flame )
Vanini ( Soft spoken )
Vanjan
Vanmayi ( Goddess Saraswati )
Vara ( Blessing )
Varali ( Moon )
Varanya
Varij ( Lotus )
Varnika ( Purity of gold )
Varshana ( Birth place of Radha )
Vartika ( Lamp )
Varuni ( Goddess Durga )
Vasana ( Goddess Durga )
Vasanti ( Season; Spring; Yellow )
Vasavi ( Mentaldaughter of the Pitrs )
Vasudeva ( Goddess of wealth )
Vasudharini ( Bearer Of The Earth )
Vasumati ( Apsara of unequalled splendour )
Vatsala ( Loving )
Vedha ( Pious )
Vedvalli ( Joy of the Vedas )
Veena ( A musical instrument )
Vela ( Time )
Vennela ( Moon light )
Vetali ( Durga )
Vibha ( Light )
Vibhi ( Fearless )
Vidhi ( Goddess of Destiny )
Vidita ( A goddess )
Vidya ( Goddess Durga )
Vidyut ( Electricity )
Vihita ( in folded hands )
Vijayanthi ( Winning )
Vikasni ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Vilina ( Merged, devoted )
Vimudha ( Goddess Lakshmi )
Vinanti ( Request )
Vinaya ( Humble )
Vineeta ( Same as Vinita )
Vinothsna ( one of lalitha’s names )
Vipanchi ( Lute )
Vipra ( Moon )
Virali
Virika ( Bravery )
Vishaka ( Stars )
Vishali
Vishesha ( Special )
Vishnupriya ( Dear to Vishnu )
Vishwa
Vistarini ( A goddess )
Viveka ( Intelligent and witty )
Vrinda ( Goddess Radha )
Vritee ( Nature, Behaviour )
Vrushali
Vyomini ( Divine )
Wakeeta ( Beautiful flower )
Xeena
Yaagnya
Yachana ( Pleading )
Yaksha ( A sister of Daksha )
Yamika ( Night )
Yamuni
Yashasvi ( Famous )
Yashica ( Success )
Yashmita
Yashodhara ( Glory )
Yashvi
Yatudhani
Yayaati ( Wanderer, Traveller )
Yemitha ( Queen of Buffalos )
Yodhana
Yogita ( A female disciple,Bewitched, enchanted )
Yonita
Yuktha ( Bounded with Godess Lakshmi charms )
Yuti ( Union )
Yuvraani ( Princess )
Yaashika
Yadavi ( Goddess Durga )
Yakshi
Yamini ( Nocturnal )
Yamura
Yashasvini
Yashila ( Famous )
Yashni ( be successful )
Yashomati ( Successful lady )
Yasmin ( Jasmine flower )
Yauvani ( Same as Gayatri )
Yazhini ( Joy with Love )
Yenjal ( angel )
Yogeshwari ( Goddess Durga )
Yogya
Yoshita ( Lady )
Yukti ( Trick, solution )
Yutika ( Flower )
Yaashitha ( success )
Yahvi ( Heaven; Earth )
Yalini
Yamuna ( Holy river )
Yamya ( Night )
Yashawini ( To suceed )
Yashita ( Fame )
Yashoda ( Foster mother of Lord Krishna )
Yashsika
Yasti ( Slim )
Yavonne ( Indian name for beautiful )
Yema ( Our Joy )
Yochana ( Thought )
Yogini
Yojana ( A unit of measure for long distances, A Plan )
Yousha ( Young girl )
Yuthika ( Multitude )
Yuvati ( Young lady )
Zankhana
Zerelda ( Brave warrior woman )
Zisya ( scholar )
Zarna
Zia
Zoya
Zena ( A Hospitable Woman )
Ziana ( Bold )
Zulema ( Full of Beauty )

Last updated: 2nd January, 2019.

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