Sanskrit boy names

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Sanskrit boy names starting with A

Aabharan – means jewel, a variant form of name Abharan which means jewel in Sanskrit

Aabhas – Sense or Feelings, has a Sanskrit meaning as realization

Aabhass – Awareness, A variant name of Abhas which means realization

Aabheer – means a Cow-herd in Sanskrit, it also means one who is fearless

Aabher – means a Cow-herd and is variant form of name Aabheer

Aacharya – means Learned Teacher, a variant of Sanskrit name Acharya, Another Name of Drona

Aadarsh – means one who has principles in Sanskrit, ideal man, a variant form of name Adarsh

Aadesh – Command, Message, means instruction in Sanskrit

Aadi – Aadi as a boy’s name is of Sanskrit (Hindi) origin, which means ‘beginning’.

Aadinatha – another name of Lord Vishnu or Lord Krishna

Aadityesh – aadityesh has meaning of the ultimate power of the sun, the God Sun

Aagar – the word aagra means a person having interest in Music, Excelling in music

Aagney – Child of Flames, Son of the Fire God , A variant name is Aagneya

Aalok – Aalok as a boy’s name is of Sanskrit (Hindi) origin, and the meaning of Aalok is ‘light of divinity’.

Aanal – Fire, God of fire

Aanand – Joy Or Bliss, Happiness, Delight, Pleasure, Good Fortune, Contentment of Joy

Aanga – Yard

Aarnav – Aarnav means water and refers to the ocean and sea.

Aarogya – the one having great health or being healthy

Aashvith – Ocean – a very large expanse of emotions

Aatherv – The name of 1st Veda

Aathesh – The Lord Ganesha

Aathmik – Related to soul or aatma

Aatman – A happy soul or essence

Aatmanand – The blissful Soul

Aatmeshwar – The one having self respect

Aatmgaurav – The one being Proud

Aayush – This ancient name means age or lineage.

Abalendu – Not the Nascent Moon, The Full Moon in Sanskrit

Abhaidev – Free of Fear, Protecting God

Abhaijeet – Victory over Fear, Brave, Fearless

Abharan – Jewel, Precious

Abhas – Feeling, Empathise with, Compassionate

Abhasa – Splendour, Grandeur, Great Brightness

Abhasvara – Shining One, Bright and Glossy

Abhat – Shining, Visible, Splendid, Glorious

Abhata – Shining, Blazing, Splendid, Glorious

Abhav – Lord Shiva, Having the ability to be different

Abhaydatta – A bold and brave son.

Abhidipa – Brightened or lightened.

Abhignan – The one who has perfect wisdom.

Abhijanya – Born to take the fear away.

Abhijata – The one who was born in a very decent family.

Abhijay – Fearless

Abhijit – Victorious

Abhijnana – Reminiscence or memory.

Abhijun – Expert, Skilled, To help, experienced

Abhijvala – Blazing Forth

Abhika – The one who is valour and pluck.

Abhinav – This ancient name means new, young, or innovative.

Abhira – A cow-herd, one who takes care of cows

Abhiramana – One who Delights

Abhirath – Great Charioteer, Handsome

Abhiratha – Handsome, It also means Great Charioteer, A variant of Abhirath

Abhiratra – Small, Humble, Softness

Abhiruci – Good Interest, Variant of Abhirucia which means extremely beautiful in Sanskrit

Abhisek – Purification or Cleansing by worship

Abhiseka – The method of purifying and cleaning

Abhishek – Shower of milk

Abhishikta – one who has posted as a King

Abhisikta – One who is installed as a king on a throne

Abhivada – A greeting, salutation of respect

Abhlesh – One who is unique and immortal

Abhoy – One who is not afraid of anything, fearless

Abhrakasin – With Clouds for Shelter, An Ascetic

Abhram – Steady, Clear, tidy up, one who will not be indebted

Abhramu – One who is delightful

Abhranta – One who is not confused or puzzled, clear

Abhraroha – One who is borne by the clouds

Abhrottha – The thunderbolt of Lord Indra, born of clouds

Abhu – An unborn, or a non-existent person

Abhyagni – Towards the Fire, A Son of Aitasa

Abhyuday – Progress, development, one who goes forward

Abhyudaya – Rising, Sunrise, Elevation, Increase, Prosperity

Abhyudhay – The sunrise of prosperity and happiness

Abhyudita – Elevated, Prospered, Raised, established

Abijeet – A victorious person, conqueror

Abijith – The one who conquers, or victorious

Abinav – A new and fresh person, one who is young

Abiral – Never ending

Abjayoni – Born of the Lotus, Another Name for Brahma

Abjit – Conquering Water

Abnash – That Cannot Be Destroyed

Abrik – Precious Like Gold

Abtar – In Sanskrit it meant the incarnation of a deity. In Arabic it means someone who is without progeny

Acalapati – Lord of the Immovable, Lord of Mountain, Refers to Himalayas, Name form of Lord Shiva

Acalendra – Lord of the Immovable, Lord of Mountain, Refers to Himalayas, Name form of Lord Shiva

Acalesvara – Lord of the Immovable, Lord of Mountain, Refers to Himalayas, Name form of Lord Shiva

Acanda – Not of the Hot Temper, Without Anger, Gentle, to ennoble, Kind, amiable

Acarya – Guru, Teacher, Another Name for Drona, Learned and skilled to train

Acaryanandana – Son of the Teacher, Son of Learned person, Derivative of Acarya

Acaryasuta – Son of the Teacher, Son of Learned person, Derivative of Acarya

Acaryatanaya – Son of the Teacher, Son of Learned person, Derivative of Acarya

Acchindra – Flawless, Uninterrupted, Perfect, Absolute, Thorough

Acchoda – Limpid Water, With Clear Water, Refers to a river

Achal – Constant, Steady, means firm and constant like a mountain

Achalapati – One who is the owner of immovable property

Achalendra – Lord of the Immovable, Lord of Mountain, Refers to Himalayas, Name form of Lord Shiva

Achalesvara – Lord of the Immovable, Lord of Mountain, Refers to Himalayas, Name form of Lord Shiva

Achalraj – Himalayan Mountain, King of Himalayas, Lord of Mountains, Name form of Lord Shiva

Acharaj – Full of wondrous or wonderful

Acharya – Teacher, Another Name for Drona, A variant name of Acarya

Acharyanandana – One who is considered the son of the Teacher, A derivative from Acharya

Acharyasuta – One who is considered the son of the Teacher, A derivative from Acharya

Acharyatanya – One who is considered the son of the Teacher, A derivative from Acharya

Achindra – Flawless, Uninterrupted, Perfect, Without Faults, Absolute, Thorough

Achintakumar – One of many names of Lord Shiva

Achlendra – The Lord of firm decisions

Achyutam – One who cannot be destroyed or decayed

Achyutha – One who can never lose his powers or nature, Lord Vishnu

Acintya – Surpassing Thought, Incogitable

Acyuta – Unending, Never Lapsing, Eternal, without beginning or end

Acyutananda – Insatiable Bliss, One who Never Falls

Acyutaraya – Worshipper of the Infallible

Acyutayu – One who has an imperishable age or life

Adamya – Formidable, Brave, United, Difficult, Stern

Adarsa – The ideal person, mirror image

Adarsha – The one who is an ideal person

Adarshpreet – An ideal love or affection

Adesa – A decree or an order from higher authority

Adeshpal – One who protects or defends an order

Adestan – One who follows the orders

Adesvara – One who gives order or decree

Adhana – One without Money and worldly desires

Adhara – Lips, signifies softness

Adharma – Something wrong or against moral values

Adheeshwar – The Lord or the kings and rulers

Adhidevata – The most important Lord or God

Adhiguna – The first or the most important quality

Adhikaraj – The greatest rule or reign or power

Adhikshita – The chief or the head, the Lord

Adhikshitha – The Lord or the head

Adhiksita – One who is the head or chief of all

Adhinatha – The Lord of the greatest

Adhir – One who is impatient

Adhiraja – The greatest king or the greatest ruler

Adhirath – The greatest charioteer, Lord Krishna

Adhiratha – A great chariot warrior

Adhirohna – The mounting or ascending or rising above

Adhisa – The kind or an emperor

Adhishree – The most respectful king

Adhisvara – The king of the kings, the highest monarch

Adhithan – The wealthiest king, the king of wealth

Adhrsya – One who is secure against any attack

Adhrta – One who cant be controlled, unrestrained, Lord Vishnu

Adhusudan – The slaughter, greatest slayer of demon

Adhvaith – One who has no duality, a unique

Adhvara – A sacrifice, one who cannot cause an injury

Adhvaryu – The chief priest, one who perform Hindu rituals of sacrifice

Adhyansh – One who is respected or honoured

Adhyanth – One who is the beginning and end too

Adhyatman – The superior most person, supreme

Adhyaya – A chapter, or a lesson

Adi Shakti – The primeval power

Adi Shankara – One who brings about prosperity and happiness

Adi – The first or foremost, primeval

Adidaitya – The primary or the first evil or demon

Adideva – The first or primary Lord

Adikara – The primary creator, Lord Brahma

Adimoolam – The primary roots of a person

Adimoolan – From the primary root

Adimula – The primitive root or a person

Adimurti – The primary or first idol, Lord Vishnu

Adinatha – The first or primary Lord, Lord Vishnu

Adipa – To light a fire or a shining light

Adiputera – First son or first prince.

Adiraja – The first king of a dynasty

Adiratha – The primary charioteer

Adisankara – The first prosperity of happiness

Adisesan – The primal remains or residue

Adishree – The primal exalted person

Adishvar – The primal Lord, the first Lord

Adisimah – The primal lion or the primal boundary

Adisisira – The primary head for religious sacrifice

Adisri(Aadisree) – The primary noble or honoured person

Adisvara – The supreme Lord

Adith – Lord of the sun, or peak

Adithyakaushik – The friend of Lord of Sun

Aditiya – The sun-God, Lord of Sun

Aditpal – One who protects the sun, protector of sun

Aditpreet – The lover of sun, one who infatuate sun

Aditya Vardhan – Augmented by glory

Aditya – Aditya as a boy’s name is of Sanskrit (Hindi) origin, and the meaning of Aditya is ‘the sun’.

Adityapreet – One who loves the Lord of sun

Adityesa – Lord of Sun, Lord Krishna

Adivaki – The primal seer, Lord Brahma

Admani – The fire or a burning fire, flames

Admya – Something very difficult or tough

Adrindra – Lord of the mountains, Himalayas

Adripata – The owner of mountains

Adriraj – The King or monarch of mountains

Adriraja – The Ruler or emperor of mountains

Adrisa – The mountain God, Lord of mountains

Adrishya – One who is not visible to the naked eyes

Adrupa – One who consume earth, a son of Bali

Adsach – The prime truth or the primal truth

Adura – One who is everywhere, God

Advait – Unique, Exclusive, Someone who has no equivalent, unequalled, Matchless

Advaita – With no duality or duplicate, Lord Ganesha

Advaith – One has no duplicate, Lord Ganesha

Advaitha – Focused, Non Duality, Unique, With no equivalent, One of many names of Lord Vishnu

Advaiya – A unique person or soul

Advay – Unique, Exclusive, Someone who has no equivalent, unequalled, Matchless

Advaya – Unique, Exclusive, Someone who has no equivalent, unequalled, Matchless

Advik – Unique, Exclusive, Someone who has no equivalent, unequalled, Matchless

Advit – Unique, Exclusive, Someone who has no equivalent, unequalled, Matchless

Advith – One who is unique, no other like him

Advitiya – One who has none other like him, no second person

Adwiteya – non other than himself, unique

Adwitiya – One who has no second copy or duplicate

Adyota – A brilliant person, surrounded by light

Agama – Sanskrit – Knowledge, Wisdom.

Agamik – First

Agamiya – Karma we do in this birth

Agasthya – The star of Canopus which is the ‘cleanser of waters’, One of many names of Lord Shiva, A name of great Sage

Agasti – Name of a Sage , A derivative from Agasthya which represents the star of Canopus

Agastya – Name of a Sage , A derivative from Agasthya which represents the star of Canopus

Agathian – Name of a Sage , A derivative from Agasthya which represents the star of Canopus

Agathiyan – Name of a Sage , A derivative from Agasthya which represents the star of Canopus

Agni – From the fire

Agrajeeta – The first win or the leader’s win

Ahaan – Parents of newborns will like this name, which means dawn or early morning.

Ahankara – the false identification of the purusha, or true inner self, with the body, the mind, or the outside world.

Ahanmani – Jewel of the day, The Sun

Ahannatha – Lord of the Day, The Sun

Ahanpati – Lord of the Day, Lord Shivaand the Sun

Ahar – bringing, Ahara, offering.

Aharmani – Jewel of the Day, Sun

Aharpati – Lord of the day

Ahi – Fawn, Serpent, Cloud, Water, Sun, Heaven and Earth Conjoined.

Ahijit – Conqueror of the Serpent, One of many names of Lord Shiva, A derivative of name Ahi

Ahindra – means lord of the snakes. Ahindra another name for Indra

Ahir – Turkish – End, Last, Sanskrit – Cowherd , An old ethnic group from Yadav Community

Ahriman – Persian name derived from Sanskrit word Ari meaning Foe, Destructive Force

Ailesh – Ailesh as a boy’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ailesh is ‘lord of everything’. Hindi name.

Aitareya – Unique, exclusive, distinctive

Ajagara – goat-swallower

Ajahni – African :One who fights for possession, Sanskrit: Noble Birth, A variant of name Ajani

Ajan – The Unborn, Love of Vishnu

Ajanabh – Hill, Mountain, One of name of Lord Vishnu in Sanskrit

Ajani – African : One who fights for possession, Sanskrit: Noble Birth, A variant of name Ajahni

Ajina – skin of a wild animal’, which means fur.

Ajinder – Derived from Rajender means ‘mighty king’ or ‘Indra the king.’

Ajira – not slow, which means quick, rapid. Ajira was another name for Durga.

Ajit – invincible or, literally, he who has not been conquered

Akalanka – Akalanka as a boy’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Akalanka is ‘flawless’. Hindi name.

Akalusa – Unblemished with natural interest to help others.

Akama – Meaning chaste, virtuous

Akampana – Unshaken, Calm. One who is a master builder with ability for great accomplishment

Akampita – Unshaken, Calm with great achievement and completion ability

Akanksh – Desire, wish. One who is capable of being a mediator with good friendship ability

Akantaka – Free from thorns, Troubles and Enemies

Akarsana – Attraction, Handsome, Charming

Akarsita – Attracted, An Admirer of Beauty

Akash – Akash means open, spacious, light.

Akatha – Blisterious

Akhanda – Nonstop, without part, whole or indestructible

Akhil – Akhil means one who is in charge.

Akhilesa – Lord of the Universe, all pervading god or King of all

Akshan – Akshan as a boy’s name is of Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Akshan is ‘eye’. Hindi name.

Akshat – Whole or complete, one who can\’t be harmed or destroyed

Akshay – From Sanskrit origin meaning ‘without sorrow’ it is a variant form of the Indian Ashoka.

Akul – One of the many names of Lord Shiva which means having no family

Alabhya – Durlabhl, Unique, Incomparable, Unparalleled, Difficult to acquire

Alarka – Furious, A Mad Dog, Intensely Violent, Extremely Angry, Enraged

Amahl – Amahl as a boy’s name is of Hebrew, Sanskrit, and Arabic origin meaning ‘labor or hard work’.

Amali – Amali as a boy’s name is of Hebrew, Sanskrit, and Arabic origin meaning ‘labor or had work’.

Amar – Derived from Sanskrit origin meaning ‘forver’and ‘immortal’, a popular name in India.

Ambud – Cloud , A derivative name from Sanskrit name Ambuda which refers to cloud as the water carrier

Ambuj – Lotus, Water Lily, Name represents male counter part of Ambuja(Goddess Mahalakshmi) and so is considered as one of names of Lord Vishnu

Ambujanabh – Lotus, Water Lily, Name represents male counter part of Ambuja(Goddess Mahalakshmi) and so is considered as one of names of Lord Vishnu

Ameyatma – One who is Bountiless, One of many names of Lord Vishnu

Amil – Invaluable, Inaccessible, In the sense of being so exalted as to be unattainable

Amini – Reliable, Trustworthy, Rigid, Unalterable.

Amish – Honest, Truthful, Virtuous, Genuine, Unadulterated, Respectable

Amit – The name Amit is a boy’s name of Hebrew, Sanskrit, Hebrew/Israeli origin meaning ‘friend, infinite’.

Amitabh – Boundless splendour

Amodin – Fragrant, Famous, Excellent, Pleasant Aroma, Sweet Smelling, Pleasingly Scented

Amogh – A Name of Lord Ganesh, Unerring, Undeviatingly Correct, Invariably Precise

Amoghraj – A Name of Lord Ganesh, One who knows everything and is always correct

Amol – Priceless, Valuable, Precious, One who is dearmost

Amolak – Priceless, Valuable, Precious, One who is dearmost

Amolik – Priceless, Valuable, Precious, One who is dearmost

Amoolya – Priceless, Valuable, Precious, One who is dearmost

Amrit – Nectar

Anand – Bliss

Anang – Name of Cupid or Kamadeva, African – Fourth Son

Ananga – Formless, One who is present everywhere, Shapeless

Ananmaya – One who Cannot be Broken.

Anant – Infinite, One with no end, Immortal, Eternal

Ananta – Infinite, One with no end, Immortal, Eternal

Anantajeet – The Victor of Infinity, One who is Eternal and Immortal, One of many names of Lord Vishnu

Anantaram – One who is Eternal and Immortal, One of many names of Lord Vishnu

Anantaranga – One who is Eternal and Immortal, One of many names of Lord Vishnu

Anantarjot – God’s Light, Eternal Lamp of God, Bright source of light that has no end

Anantbir – Infinite Brave, Eternal warrior, One whose braveness has no end.

Anantdev – Of Immeasurable Divinity, Eternal Devotion, One whose devotion has no end

Ananth – Endless, Infinite, Eternal, Forever, Immortal

Anantharaman – One who is Eternal and Immortal, One of many names of Lord Ram

Anantim – Endless, Infinite, Eternal, Forever, Immortal

Anantram – Eternal God, Immortal God, One of many names of Lord Ram

Ananya – One-of-a-kind, Unique, One who has no match, Inimatable, Exclusive

Anav – Starting, Beginning, Advancing Forward

Anay – Name of Radha’s Husband as per Hindu Myth, One of the names of Lord Vishnu

Anchaly – Cambodian word for hand.

Aneel – Child of Air or Wind

Angad – In Sanskrit it means Of my own Body, Bracelet, Armlet, An Ornament, Son of Vali

Angada – In Sanskrit it means Of my own Body, Bracelet, Armlet, An Ornament, Son of Vali

Aniket – One who has no residence, Homeless, One who is present in everything, Spirit of God

Aniketh – One who has no residence, Homeless, One who is present in everything, Spirit of God

Anil – Breeze

Anilaabh – Spirit of the Wind, A derivative name from the Sanskrit word Anil which means Air

Anilabh – Spirit of the Wind, A derivative name from the Sanskrit word Anil which means Air

Anilatmaja – Spirit of the Wind, A derivative name from the Sanskrit word Anil which means Air

Anilesh – Spirit of the Wind, A derivative name from the Sanskrit word Anil which means Air

Anilkumar – Son of Wind, Hanuman, A derivative name from the Sanskrit word Anil which means Air

Anindo – Happiness, Joy, Delight, Bliss, Pleasing

Anindya – One who Cannot Be Blamed, Faultless, One who is Guilt Free

Anirban – A Light which Never Extinguishes, Eternal Light, Ever Glowing Light

Aniruddh – Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Without Obstacles, Name of Grandson of Lord Krishna

Aniruddha – Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Without Obstacles, Name of Grandson of Lord Krishna

Anirudh – Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Without Obstacles, Name of Grandson of Lord Krishna

Anirudha – Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Without Obstacles, Name of Grandson of Lord Krishna

Anirudhha – Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Without Obstacles, Name of Grandson of Lord Krishna

Anish – Sovereign

Anjan – Collyrium, kajal

Anjul – The basis of life, the most vital requirement of life, One who Stays in the Heart

Ankur – Ankur as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ankur is ‘blossom’.

Anniruddha – Unobstructed, Ungovernable, Unrestrained, Boundless

Annu – Atom, Smallest source for existence.

Anoop – Best

Ansu – Ray of Light, Hope, Radiant Light Beam, Glow

Anuj – Younger Brother, One who is younger or born later

Anupam – Unequaled

Apara – Matchless, Unique, One who is exclusive and has no equivalent

Api – Father in Rejoicing, Friend, Ally, Acquaintance

Apremeya – Infinite, Limitless, Boundless, Endless.

Arav – Peaceful, Beautiful, Incredible, Extraordinary

Aravali – Righteous, Morally Correct, Virtuous, Name of a Hill

Aravan – Righteous, Morally Correct, Virtuous, Name son of Arjuna in The Mahabharat

Aravaraiyan – Handsome, Beautiful, Pleasing, Appealing, Worthy, Charming, Delightful

Aravind – Lotus, One with beautiful eyes, One of the many names of Lord Vishnu

Aravindhan – Lotus, One with beautiful eyes, One of the many names of Lord Vishnu

Arawinda – Lotus, One with beautiful eyes, One of the many names of Lord Vishnu

Archa – Pujan, Worship, Prayer, Devote

Archak – Worshipper, Devotee, Disciple, Follower

Archan – Devotion and worship

Archana – Worshiping One, Devoting, Puja

Archit – Worshipped

Ardhendu – Half-moon

Arhant – Destroyer of Enemies, Protector.

Arhat – Deserving, One who is qualified, Praiseworthy

Arhya – Deserving, One who is qualified, Praiseworthy

Arihaan – Destroyer of Demons,Evil, Protector

Arihan – One who has killed all his Enemies, Protector

Arihant – One who has killed all his Enemies, Protector

Arindam – One who has killed all his Enemies, Protector

Arjun – Arjun as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘white’.

Arjuna – Arjuna as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Arjuna is ‘white’. Name of the legendary companion of Krishna in the ‘Bhagavad Gita’.

Arka – Religious song

Arnav – Ocean

Arnesh – Lord of the Sea

Arnish – Lord of the Seas

Arokya – Very Pious, Healthy, One who is blessed with good life

Arrush – Red horses or mares of the sun of fire, Red, Rising Sun, Dawn

Arush – Red horses or mares of the sun of fire, Red, Rising Sun, Dawn

Arvind – Arvind as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Arvind is ‘lotus’.

Arya – Arya means honest, superior and noble.

Aryaan – Illustrious

Aryadev – Name of a Philosopher, Lord of the honoured, Noble

Aryadeva – Lord of the honored

Aryaka – Noble,Truthful

Aryakumara – Noble prince

Aryamik – Meritorious like an Arya

Aryamisra – Distinguished amongst all the nobles

Aryasura – Brave amongst the Aryas

Aryasva – One with devoted horses

Aryendra – One who is lord of the masters

Asadha – Month of the Indian Calender

Asambana – A Boy with odd number of arrows

Asan – Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu

Asanga – Devotion

Asanka – Fearless, one witout doubt

Asankita – Without doubt

Asapurna – One whose desire is fulfilled

Asavaha – Born by space

Aseem – Limitless, endless

Asesa – Without any remainder

Ashanka – Fearless

Ashlesh – Origin, Beginning of everything, Source , Means Embrace in Sanskrit

Ashmik – A Boy who is made up of stone

Ashni – Lightning

Ashokan – Without Sorrow, One who is always belessed with happiness

Ashooja – Eternally Happy, Blessed with Joy and Delight for ever in life

Ashray – Shelter, Protection, Defender

Ashraydat – One who Gives Shelter and Protection, Defender

Ashrith – One who Gives Refuge and shelter to Others, Ruler

Ashritha – One who Gives Refuge and shelter to Others, Ruler

Ashuthosh – One who is quickly satisfied, Delighted and Pleasure, One of name of Lord Shiva

Ashutosh – One who is quickly satisfied, Delighted and Pleasure, One of name of Lord Shiva

Ashvin – Sanskrit – Light, The first star in Evening Sky, Name of the divine twins, Considered to be Lord of Vision

Ashwin – Hindu month

Ashwini – Derived from Sanskrit word Ashvin means Cavalier, possessor of Horses, First Star in Sky, Light

Asidhan – One of name of Lord Vishnu and Shiva, Devotee of Saturn

Asik – Sharp as dagger

Asish – Blessing from the elderly, Derived from the word Aashirwaad

Asjita – A person who is bearing victory

Askol – A Sanskrit word for painted

Askran – A person who attacks enemies

Aslesa – A huge constellation of stars

Aslesh – Origin, Beginning of everything, Source , Means Embrace in Sanskrit

Asmaka – A stone or a thunderbolt

Asmanta – Old Indian word for fireplace

Aspan – An efficient horse rider

Asravya – A Boy to whom people listen to attentively

Asrayasa – Consuming something which comes in contact

Astaka – One which has eight parts

Astakarna – A person who is eight eared

Astamurti – Old Indian name for a person with eight cosmic bodies

Astika – One who believes in the authority of God and Vedas

Astrita – One who is invincible

Asuri – A person who is powerful like a demon

Asva – Having speed like a horse, one who is swift

Asvadavan – One who is the acceptor of the sacrifice of horse

Asvaketu – Horses being bannered

Asvapati – The lord of the horses

Asvathama – Son of Dronacharya, Immortal, Eternal, Lives forever

Asvattha – Holy tree under which the gods sit

Asvatthi – Name of a tree under which horses are kept

Asvin – Derived from Sanskrit word Ashvin means Cavalier, possessor of Horses, First Star in Sky, Light

Asvineya – Son of Asvins

Asvini – A swift person with great wealth

Aswin – Derived from Sanskrit word Ashvin means Cavalier, possessor of Horses, First Star in Sky, Light

Aswinikumar – Derived from Sanskrit word Ashvin means Cavalier, possessor of Horses, First Star in Sky, Light

Atala – A sanskrit word for stable

Atanu – Sanskrit – Divine, Formless, Cupid

Aticanda – A fiery person

Atihata – Someone who is formly fixed

Atiloma – A very hairy person

Atima – A proud person

Atinder – The greatest God

Atirupa – A handsome person

Atisanda – An extremely impotent person

Atith – Sunny day or Sunday

Atithi – Guest, Caller

Ativiswa – Somone who is related to celestial

Atma – Soul, Spirit

Atmabhu – A person who creates the self

Atmaj – Son, Descendant

Atmaja – Son, Descendant

Atmajyoti – Light of the Soul, Flame of Spirit

Atman – The Self, Oneself, Soul, Spirit

Atmanand – Blissful, Happy, Delightful, Joyous, Pleasant

Atmananda – Bliss of Soul, Happy Soul, Peaceful Soul

Atmaram – Soul, Spirit, Self, Inner Heart

Atmik – Relating to the Soul, one who can relate with his inner heart

Atmiya – Friend, our near and dear ones, one who is close to heart

Atmoja – Sanskrit name meaning son of the soul

Atnu – The sun

Atreyi – Name of a famous river

Attahasa – Someone who has a loud laughter

Atul – Matchless or an incomparabale person

Atula – Without someone equal

Atulbir – A matchless brave person

Aum – The Sacred Syllable, Name of God in its unmanifested form

Avanindra – King of the Earth

Avinash – Eternal

Sanskrit boy names starting with B

Badal – Cloud

Bakool – Flower

Bakura – Glory

Bala – Bala as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Bala is ‘young one’.

Balaji – Means Lord Vishnu or Lord Venkatesh. It also symbolizes strength.

Balakrishna – Young Krishna

Balin – It is of Sanskrit origin and mostly used in India, it means ‘mighty soldier’.

Ballabh – A variant of Vallabh, meaning beloved.

Ballav – Its historical meaning is ‘cowherd’. It actually means beloved or dear.

Balu – Balu as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘young one’.

Barun – Lord of the sea

Basav – Hull

Batsa – Batsa is the Nepali variant of Vatsa and means son.

Batsal – A variant of Vatsal, meaning love or affection.

Bhadanta – Term of Respect Applied to a Buddhist Mendicant

Bhadrapala – Protector of Goodness

Bhagaditya – Sun

Bhajan – Adoration

Bharat – Universal monarch

Bhargav – Lord Shiva

Bhaumik – Attached to the earth

Bhav – Lord Shiva

Bhintuna – Wishes

Bhismasvaraja – Not Affected by Noise Sound

Bhuvanesh – Lord of the worlds

Bijay – Bijay as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘conquering’.

Bindusara – King Ashoka’s father

Biren – God of warriors

Bodhi – Enlightenment, awakening

Bodhi – The name Bodhi is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘awakening, enlightenment’.

Bodie – Variant of Bohdi: Intelligent and seeks out knowledge, aware.

Boran – Ancient

Borey – Country or great city

Boudhayana – someone who possesses the focus of Lord Buddha

Bourey – Country or great city. A variant of the name Borey.

Bradhna – One who is mighty, the world of the sun

Brahma – Prayer

Brajamani – A precious, beautiful jewel or ornament

Brajendra – One who is the Lord of kingdom Braj

Brhadgru – The great teacher or mentor

Brhadraja – The great king or emperor

Brhadvisa – The great protector

Brijesh – Brij, Lord Krishna

Budhil – Learned

Budrika – A learned and enlightened man

Bunroeun – Country

Sanskrit boy names starting with C

Chahaya – Light

Chakradhwaj – A mark of wheel

Chakraki – Disc

Champak – Flower

Chamroeun – Prosperity and success

Chanak – Chanakya’s father

Chand – Chand as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Chand is ‘moon, light’.

Chandak – Chandak as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘moon or light’.

Chandan – Chandan as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin meaning ‘moon or light’.

Chandra – Shining moon

Chandrabhan – Moon

Chandran – Moon

Chankrisna – A sweet-smelling tree

Chanthou – A flower found in Cambodia.

Chanvatey – A scholar or educated person.

Charak – Physician

Charya – A man of good character.

Chetan – Full of spirit

Chitavake – The eye of Lord Shiva.

Chyavan – Name of an Indian saint

Chyavana – A saint in the Hindu mythology

Cidambara – One whose heart is as huge and vast as the sky

Cidananda – Happiness beyond limits, ultimate happiness or bliss

Cidatma – Intelligence in it’s purest form

Cidrupa – One who is a knowledge incarnate

Cidullasa – The thoughts and thinkings of a wise person

Cidvilasa – One who has immense knowledge in illusion

Cihir – A bird named Chumchum

Cikita – One who is experienced, has vast knowledge about various things due to personal experiences

Ciksura – One who gives or inflicts pain to fellow human beings

Cikura – Mountain, an elevation on the earth’s surface, is also another word for hair on the head

Ciman – Curious, need to know more about something

Cirakari – Making process at a slow rate, slowly progressing

Cirantaka – Never-ending, something that doesn’t have an end

Cirayus – One who lives for a long time, long- lived person

Citragu – One who owns cows that are brownish, with streaks of other colour

Citraka – Painter, an artist who is spealized in the art of painting pictures

Citraksa – One whose eyes have small patches or small spots

Citranga – One whose body is made up of different colours

Cittaja – One who is not born of the mind, one who is born of the heart and thinks from the heart, not mind

Cittavata – One who is very kind hearted, who is kind, caring, and compassionate

Citvana – To glance at, to look at something hurriedly, to take a small peep

Citvata – One who thinks logically, with sound reasoning and sensibility

Civarin – One who wears rags, old clothes that are torn from the large ones

Coksa – Free from any impurities, clean and pure

Sanskrit boy names starting with D

Daha – Fire

Daivik – Divine or fortunate

Daivya – One who is divine, heavenly

Daksh – Precious son, competent

Dakshi – Son of the perfect

Danapati – Generosity

Danu – Wealth

Darsh – Lord Krishna

Darshan – Darshan as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Darshan is ‘vision’.

Dasharna – 10 lakes

Datta – Gifted

Dattatreya – Son or Atri

Dayanand – Kind

Dayanidi – Mercy

Dayasagar – Mercy

Deepak – Deepak as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Deepak is ‘little lamp’.

Deo – Godlike

Deodan – God’s present

Deodar – Deodar as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Deodar is ‘divine wood’. The name of a tall species of cedar, native to India, that is also grown in California and England, where it is sometimes known as the ‘god tree’.

Dev – Title name meaning divine, god.

Dev – Godlike

Deva – Divine

Deval – Godlike

Devance – Part of god, presence of God, or a part of Lord Krishna.

Devdan – God’s present

Deven – A variant of the Irish name Devin, meaning ‘little dark one’ or from the Sanskrit meaning ‘god-like’.

Devesh – Another name of Lord Shiva.

Devi – Gift of god

Devnand – A name of Lord Krishna.

Dhanesh – Lord of the wealth and prosperity, another name of Lord Kubera.

Dhanva – Bow

Dhanvine – A name of Lord Rama. It means charity doer.

Dhara – Flow

Dharmanath – Dharmanath was the name of the 15th Tirthankara. It means Lord of Dharma and righteousness.

Dharmin – A Jain variation of the name Dharam. It means righteous or virtuous.

Dheeman – An intelligent man.

Dhimant – Intelligent, learned, wise

Dhonu – King

Dhyansh – Attention or an attentive person.

Dinesh – Dinesh as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Dinesh is ‘lord of the day, sun’.

Dipak – Dipak is a boy’s name meaning ‘little lamp’ that comes from the Hindi and Sanskrit name Deepak.

Divsimar – One who remembers God.

Dola – Swing , Oscillating, one who is eager for knowledge

Dron – Teacher of great warrior, A serious minded and matured person.

Drsalu – Full of light ,Another Name of Sun

Druha – Son

Druhyu – Son of Yayathi, one who is nature loving

Drupad – King

Drupadh – The great king.

Dudha – Milk

Dukul – Resting at a shore

Durga – Unreachable

Sanskrit boy names starting with E

Ekadant – Ganesh

Ekaksha – One-eyed

Enavada – one with a spotted speech or truthful.

Entilaka – it means marked.

Erbir – lover of god.

Erjot – a new beginning.

Eshan – This name means ‘ruler’ in Sanskrit or ‘Guardian of the North’.

Esharbir – Brave as god.

Eshwaransh – a part of lord Shiva.

Eshwarjeet – god’s victory.

Eswanth – a word for Lord Krishna.

Etapatra – dappled leaves.

Etasa – shining dappled horse or one who desires.

Sanskrit boy names starting with F

Falit – Productive

Fareed – Second to nobody

Sanskrit boy names starting with G

Gadabhrt – One who manipulates a club.

Gahan – Refers to the person who is unable to understand.

Gajanana – The one who has a face as same as an elephant.

Gajaraja – The ruler of the elephants.

Gajasura – The Lord of evils or all evil powers

Gajasya – The one who is in the shape of an elephant.

Gajpathi – The king of the elephants.

Galava – Refers to devotion.

Ganak

Gandharin – Another name of Lord Shiva.

Gandhesa – Master of sweet smelling.

Gandhi – Sun

Ganesh – Ganesh as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ganesh is ‘lord of the throngs’. Ganesh is the Hindu god of wisdom, usually portrayed as a squat little man with an elephant’s head.

Gangaja – Born son of Ganga.

Garhapati – One who shelters the house.

Garvesh – A name of Lord Ganesha. It means proud.

Gatra – Refers to human body or physical appearance.

Gaurisa – The lady Gauri, our lady Gauri.

Gautam – The bright one in the darkness

Gautama – The bright one in the darkness

Gavesin – Someone who is looking for or searching for or looking for something or someone.

Gavistha – The house which is full of lights and glow.

Ghantin – A person who has a bell-like voice

Gigyansh – Being curious about something.

Giridhara – The meaning of the name is The One Who Lifts the Mountain

Girivar – Lord Krishna

Girivardhan – A name of Lord Venkateshwara.

Girvesh – A name of Lord Shiva.

Gobind – Gobind as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Gobind is ‘the cow finder’.

Gobinda – Gobinda as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Gobinda is ‘the cow finder’.

Godharin – The one who keeps the cow, here Cow means power and strength. Powerful, Strengthful. Having strong power.

Godhvaja – With the Moon as his Banner, The one who is independent, courageous, ambitious. Who lives his own life.

Gopendra – Name of Lord Krishana. Owner or leader of cows or a person who take cares of cows.

Gopesa – Gopesa means the leader of men who protects or owns domestic animals.

Gopi Nath – Gopis are the selected beautiful ladies and Gopi Nath means the Lord, God of creator of Gopis.

Gopicandra – Gopis are the selected beautiful ladies and Caandra means the full moon. Gopicandra means the moon of beautiful ladies.

Gopita – Gopita means a special thing which is hidden or preserved from others.

Goputra – Gouptra means son of a Cow.

Gosarya – They have clever mind and good decision making power.They will be a good business.

Gostani – They are very systamatic,creative and intelligent.They are excellent in working and love to do difficult task.

Gotam – The bright one in the darkness

Gotama – The bright one in the darkness

Govind – Govind as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Govind is ‘the cow finder’.

Govinda – Govinda as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Govinda is ‘the cow finder’.

Govraja – Govraja have well public relations due to their pleasant diplomatic way.

Grahesh – Grahesh means a person who is the king of all the 9 planets.

Grahisa – Grahesh means a person who is the king of all the 9 planets.

Graig – Watchful, Alert, Fast and alert person or a person can watch everything very clearly and can act upon instantly.

Granth – They have ability to analize problems very quickly and solve all the issues.They love to spend time with family.

Grantham – They are friendly, lively and easy to accessable.

Granthika – They are passive, friendly and easy going. They have imaginations and ideas to lead life.

Grhapati – Grahpati means the owner or the Lord of house. Or we can say the king of the house.

Grhita – Grhita means a person who is accepted by all, who can make everyone understand him

Guha – Guha are deligent natured persons. They work hard but can easily frustrated.

Guhamaya – With the Moon as his Banner, The one who is independent, courageous, ambitious. Who lives his own life.

Gunamaya – Endowed with virtue

Gunarasi – The Celebration of Virtue

Gunayukta – Endowed with many virtues

Gur – boil sugar made from made from sugar cane.

Gurmehar – Gurmehar are idealistic nature with a desire to help others. The initiative often causes them to be the first to act when you see a need

Gurmej – Gurmej lives a stable and properious llife. They have the ability to handle each type of peple easily.

Gurmel – Gurmel are physically strong personalities but can never be fully satisfied with anyone.

Gurminder – Gurminder are materialistic and don’t like the other creativities. They just want the success in their own field.

Gurmohan – Sweatheart, This is the name of blessings and fortunate. Gurmohan are the loved ones of the whole family.

Gurmohinder – Gurmohinder means the one who protects, guide and leads others.

Gurmukat – Gurmukat are idealistic nature with a desire to help others. The initiative often causes them to be the first to act when you see a need

Gurmukh Gurnam – Gurmukh Gurnar means the one who protects, guide and leads others.

Gurmukhnihal – Gurmukhnihal means the one who protects, guide and leads others.

Gurmustak – he beautiful one or the precious one that will be pious and generous.

Gurnaad – The one who protects, guide and leads others. The one who is the leader.

Gurnama – God’s Desire, The one who will spend whole life on the path of God.

Gurnand – Son of Guru, The one with the abilities and qualities of guru, leader.

Gurnidhan – Treasure Obtained From Guru, The one who has taken all the qualities, treasures and abilities of the guru.

Gurnihal – They are the tough ones, who can defeat all the defficulties and rugged created by the nature.

Gurumita – Friend of the Guru

Gurumukha – Follower of the Guru

Gurunadh – Teacher or Guru

Gurunama – Name of the Guru

Gusana – Most beautiful person as Eye of Tail of Peacock.

Gyan – Gyan as a boy’s name is pronounced GYE-en. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Gyan is ‘wisdom, enlightenment’.

Gyandev – Gyandev as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Gyandev is ‘wisdom or enlightenment’.

Sanskrit boy names starting with H

Hafeez – Protector, providing shield, Islam God name.

Hansraj – Hansraj as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Hansraj is ‘swan king’.

Hari – A popular Indian name meaning ‘tawney’ and also ‘monkey, horse lion’. This is the name of one of the incarnations of the Hindu god Vishnu and sometimes of Krishna also.

Harish – King of the apes

Harisha – King of the apes

Harshad – Felicity

Harshul – Buddha

Hatha – Sun and Moon, Using in Yoga it means make a balance

Havan – It refers to any ritual inwhich making offerings into a consecrated fire is the primary action.

Hayagriv – A horse-headed avatar of the Lord Vishnu in Hinduism

Hemanta – Winter

Heramba – Boastful, Proudly

Hiras – One who is like a diamond

Hiresh – King of gems

Hrishi – Pleasure

Sanskrit boy names starting with I

Idaspathi – Lord Vishnu

Idavida – Insight

Iddham – Shine

Idenya – Praise

Idhant – Bright and luminous

Idhanta – Shine

Ijay – A name of Lord Vishnu

Ijya – Supreme

Ikshan – Sight

Ikshana – Vision

Ikshu – A Malayali word for sugarcane.

Ikshuda – Sweet

Ikshura – Sugarcane

Ikvala – Prosperity

India – river

Indivar – Blue lotus

Indra – Indra as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Indra is ‘possesses rain’. In Hindu scripture, Indra is the ancient warrior god of the sky and air.

Indradu – Desired by Lord Indra

Indraj – Son of Indra

Indrajeet – Conqueror of Indra

Indranuj – Brother of Indra

Inoday – Sunrise

Ipsit – Desired, the desirable one

Iraj – Lord Hanuman

Iravan – The king of ocean.

Ishaan – Lord Vishnu

Ishan – Meaning ‘bestower of riches’, ‘ruler’, ‘guardian of the north east’ and ‘the Lord of Sun’. Deriving from the name Isan.

Sanskrit boy names starting with J

Jae – A popular name in India meaning ‘victory’.

Jag – Heel, supplanter

Jagachandra – Moon

Jagad – Universe

Jagadayu – Universe

Jagannath – Lord

Jaganu – Flames, In Sanskrit means living being, Fire

Jagata – The World, Universe, Earth, Mankind, People

Jagmeet – Friend of the world

Jagmi – Wind, Pervading the world.

Jahan – Jahan as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Jahan is ‘the world’.

Jai – Victory,’ a variant of Jay (not the American version), for boys and girls

Jai – A variant spelling of the name Jay, derived from the Sanskrit jaya , meaning ‘victory’

Jaigopal – Lord Krishna

Jaikrishna – Lord Krishna

Jaiman – Win or success

Jaimini – Jaimini as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Jaimini is ‘victory’.

Jaipal – Lord Vishnu

Jairaj – Victorious

Jaladhara – Sanskrit name meaning Ocean, The Sea, Abundant Water

Jaladhi – Sanskrit name meaning Ocean, The Sea, Abundant Water

Jalaj – Lotus

Jalindra – Lord

Japendru – Lord Shiva

Japesh – Lord Shiva

Jay – Victorious

Jayakrishna – Krishna the successful one

Jaye – In English a type of a bird, Jay bird, In Sanskrit success.

Jayin – Conqueror

Jaysha – Office

Jeet – The one who overcomes all problems.

Jeetendra – Succeed of Indra.

Jeevan – A variation of the name Jivan from Sanskrit origin meaning ‘to give life’.

Jehan – Jehan as a boy’s name is of Hindi, Sanskrit, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jehan is ‘the world or God is gracious’.

Jeven – To give life

Jhilmit – Partially visible

Jhinka – The name depicts an aggressive and independent character in person. People with this name have leadership and forceful qualities. Such people maintain the balance in their life.

Jimuta – they are commited to their family and friends. Responsible, sensitive and loving in nature. They have skill to balance their life.

Jina – they are born investigator with the leadership skills. They like to keep themselves moving and have curiosity to learn and gain knowledge.

Jinabhadra – it means having victory in the right way. such people have leadership and motivational skills. They can easily direct people or audience towaards themselves.

Jinendra – cheerful , bright, curious. And disciplined persons. They are not superficil people and can easily adapt new situations.

Jinesh – Jain mane of God. full of energy, constantly moving. They can easily develop relationship and never backout from responsibilities.

Jinesha – socially extrovert persons who easily confront people. they can develop good communication and have strong diplomatic attitude.

Jinodaya – Victorious. People with this name are powerful and strong. They poses strong leadership skills and can easily divert someones attention towards themselves.

Jinraj – these people are passionate and vibrant. They have the ability to develop good startegies and best business man. They are mostly in the fields of fiannce and accounting.

Jishnu – it means victorious. People with this name are honest, powerful and determined towards their goal. They can easily win the war with their leadership skills.

Jishu – it means God of love. The person with this name is most adored and popular. He easily gets fame and is handsome. Generous, lovable and kind person

Jitendra – Conqueror of senses

Jitinder – Conqueror of senses

Jogedra – Lord of Ascetics, One of many names of Lord Shiva, A variation of name Jogendra

Jogesa – King of the Yogis,renewed ambition or a fresh start

Joka – compassion,reminisence, to be able ,to succeed ,to advance,going towards

Jondalar – such people are pleasant and have radiant peronality. They spread laughter and have a spark in attitude. They are adventurous and love to participate in activities.

Juddha – War. A variant of the name Yuddha.

Sanskrit boy names starting with K

Ka’Mari – Ka’Mari means shining like the moon. It can also be used for girls.

Kaali – Goddess Parvathi in black fierce destructive form, Word means the black one in Sanskrit

Kaalindi – River Yamuna, Variant of Kalindi meaning Sun, Mythological reference of Kalinda mountains or River Kalindi

Kaamaari – A Sanskrit name meaning Enemy of lust, One who is considered enemy of deva of Lust

Kaashi – Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining, A Pilgrim city of India with temples of Lord Shiva

Kaashinaath – Lord of Kaashi, One of many names of Lord Shiva, Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining

Kaashinath – Lord of Kaashi, One of many names of Lord Shiva, Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining

Kadamb – Tree

Kadambini – A Sanskrit name meaning flowers of the Kadamba Tree, An array of clouds.

Kadhi – Ocean, Sea, Vast water signifying depth and strength

Kagni – Kagni means Little Fire

Kairav – Lotus

Kaivalya – Isolation

Kaivalyan – Kaivalyan means Isolation

Kalakuta – The name means Potion of Death

Kalanidhi – Kalanidhi name means Receptable of the Moon Crescent

Kalaraja – Kalaraja means Lord of Death

Kalavan – Kalavan means The Moon

Kalhara – Kalhara means Water Lily

Kali – Sometimes a name sounds sweet and innocent, but when you research its meaning, a darker side emerges. Take Kali, for example. It has a breezy, friendly sound (KAH-lee), but its meaning in Sanskrit is “black,” which is the first clue that its etymology isn’t all sunshine and roses. Kali proves to be quite the Renaissance woman: She’s the Hindu goddess of destruction, often depicted holding a severed head or two. She’s also got a sensitive side as the goddess of enlightenment, known for guiding the ignorant toward wisdom. She’s gentle yet fierce when needed—an inspiriting combo!

Kaliappa – Kaliappa means Bud.

Kalidasa – Kali’s servant

Kallola – Kaolla name means A Huge Wave of Joy

Kamesha – The name means The Lord of Desire

Kamuka – Kamuka means He has Passion

Kandala – Kandala means War, Battle, A New Shot

Kandarpa – Cupid

Kannan – A form of Krishna

Kannen – A Form of Krishna

Kanva – The Name of a Rishi, Sanskrit name meaning Talented

Kapidhwaj – One with a monkey flag, Refers to Arjun from mahabharata

Kapil – Sage

Kapila – Brown red

Karajala – The name means A stream of Light

Karan – Ear

Karika – A set of verses explaining the philosophical doctrines

Karna – Ear

Karnak – Heart, Has a Sanskrit meaning as ‘A chamber of the heart’

Karnik – Judge, One who is in control.

Karoon – A varaint spelling of name Karun which means maker, creator in Sanskrit

Kartikeya – God of war

Karu – A maker, someone who has created

Karun – Compassionate

Kasar – Lion, One who resembles a roaring animal, In Sanskrit it means Resembling a Lion

Kasara – Pond

Kasha – Open Air, Sky, , In sanskrit it means from the Sky and is referred as The Sun

Kashaaku – The Sun, Fire, Bright and Radiant Light

Kashaku – The Sun, Fire, Bright and Radiant Light

Kashayap – A Sage, An ancient Saint, The priest of Parasurama and Ramachandra

Kashi – Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining, A Pilgrim city of India with temples of Lord Shiva

Kashihnu – Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining, Beautiful

Kashin – Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining, Beautiful

Kashipati – Vishwanathan, Lord of Kaashi, One of many names of Lord Shiva, Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining

Kashta – Hard Work, A unit of time in Sanskrit

Kashyapa – A Sage, An ancient Saint, The priest of Parasurama and Ramachandra

Kasinath – Lord of Kashi, One of many names of Lord Shiva, Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining

Kasinathan – Lord of Kashi, One of many names of Lord Shiva, Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining

Kasiraj – Lord of Kashi, One of many names of Lord Shiva, Derived from Sanskrit word Kashi meaning Shining

Kasirama – One who has his abode as Kasi, Living at Kasi, One of many names of Lord Shiva

Kathit – Well Narrated, Well Recited and described, One of many names of Lord Vishnu signifying him as the extrolled

Kathith – Well Narrated, Well Recited and described, One of many names of Lord Vishnu signifying him as the extrolled

Kathora – Firm, Hard, Strong.

Kavendu – The brigtest poet, a moon among the poets

Kavin – Handsome

Ke’Mari – This is a variation of the name ‘Kamari,’ which means the enemy of desire.

Kevala – Kevala means To be Alone

Kevalan – Kevalan means The one who is ALone and Absolute

Kevalin – Kevalin means He who seeks the Absolute

Kevalya – The name means Aloneness

Khadavaprastha – Spreading with the fleet of foot, an anciant capital ruled by Pandavas

Khamari – Khamari means shining like the moon. It can also be used for girls.

Khean – A type of flute, panpipe.

Khemera – One from Cambodia.

Khsitij – Horizon, Born of the earth.

Khullana – The name means Little, Small, Petitte

Kieron – Kieron as a boy’s name is of Irish, Gaelic, Hindi, and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Kieron is ‘black or beam of light’.

Kinnars – Kinnars means Man Horse

Kiran – Beam of light

Kiran – Kiran as a boy’s name is pronounced keer-an. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Kiran is ‘beam of light’.

Kona – Sanskrit – Angular, Italian – Lady.

Kong-Kea – The big water.

Kosal – Clever or magical.

Kravann – A tiny golden brown flower.

Krish – A pet form of the name Krishna, refering to the Hindu deity, meaning ‘black/ blue’ or ‘dark skinned one’.

Krishna – Meaning ‘the dark skinned one’ or ‘black and blue’, this can be a girls name also and is the name given to the Hindu diety.

Krpala – Krpala means a Dagger

Krsniya – The name means Blackness

Krtakama – The name means He who fulfilled his desires

Krtsna – Krtsna means Complete, Whole

Krtya – The name means Achievement

Ksantu – Ksantu means He is Patient and Enduring Man

Ksaya – Ksaya means Dominion

Ksayana – The name means Tranquill Water

Ksayata – The meaning of this name is To Pocess Something

Ksitisa – The name means The Earth Lorg

Kumar – Kumar as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Kumar is ‘male child’.

Kumara – Son

Kunala – Water lily

Kunjara – Kunjara means Elephant

Kunjita – The name means He is Hiding in the Forest

Kuntaka – Kuntaka means Necklace

Kurcika – Kurcika means A Brush of a Painter

Kurundi – The name means The One Who lives in the Kurus Land

Kyran – Kyran is a boy’s name meaning ‘beam of light’ that comes from the Hindi and Sanskrit name Kiran.

Sanskrit boy names starting with L

Labh – Gain

Lakshman – Prosperous

Lakshmana – Marked with luck

Lambana – From Sanskrit origin, meanin ‘He on whom all depend’

Lavana – Beautiful

Laxman – Marked with luck

Leap – Good fortune, success.

Sanskrit boy names starting with M

Madanagopala – A handsome cow-herd

Madanapala – One who is the King of love

Madhava – Born is springtime

Madhukantha – A person whose voice is sweet like honey

Madhukar – Making honey

Madhul – Sweet

Magen – Hebrew – Shield, Sanskrit – Engrossed, A variant spelling is Magan

Mahaadeva – The gratness of the God

Mahaja – A man of noble descent

Mahan – A person who is great and has good nature

Mahatma – Mahatma as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Mahatma is ‘great soul’.

Mahin – Earth

Mahisa – One who is a Lord of the Earht

Mahit – Honored

Makaranda – A person who is like the bee

Makula – One who is pretty as a flower bud

Makura – A reflection in the mirror

Malhar – Raga

Manasi – A person whose mind is sound

Manav – Youth

Mandeep – The light of the mind

Manikantha – A person who is like a blue bird

Manisankara – Lord Shiva covered in jewels

Manish – The lord of the mind

Manit – Respected

Manjukesh – A man who has beautiful hair

Manjusaka – A person who is like the heavenly flower

Manmatari – A lustful person who is an enemy of Cupid

Manoranjan – One who pleases the mind

Marici – One who is a beam of light

Markandeya – Sage

Mayur – Peacock

Meaker – Greatest

Medhavi – A person who is wise and intelligent

Medhavin – One who has the mental power of the mind, a wise one

Meelap – One who is an emarrassment

Meghaduta – One who is the messenger of the clouds

Megharaja – He is the Lord of the Clouds

Meghdut – A person who is the messenger of the clouds

Mekhalin – The one who always makes his waist strong by wearing a belt or girdle arround it

Meru – Standing high above others.

Metta – Non-violence, a goodwill, friendliness

Metul – A measured person, who is knowledgeable

Miheer – the ruler fo the deep sea.

Miland – A person sweet as a Honey, or like honeybee

Milap – The union or get together of two person

Milind – Bee

Milinda – A bee, honeybee, name of a king

Milun – The union of two, getting together

Mimansa – The research to derive the root cause or root of any object, one who is always eager to know

Minanatha – The Lord of fishes, the care-taker of fishes

Minaraja – Some one who is the king of the fish.

Mirat – A mirror, where one can see oneself

Mirata – An object that reflects the image: a mirror

Mirdul – A tender or a soft person, a delicate person

Mitaksh – The eye of the dear friend, or the friend of the eye

Mitang – The dearest part of the body

Mitansh – A tiny particulate of the dear friend

Mitanshu – A person with the friendly element

Mitanu – A small part or element of the friend

Mithansh – An element that is very friendly

Mithilesa – The King of Mithila, Janak, father of Sita

Mithiran – A friend, one who is very close person

Mithra – A close companion in all times

Mithun – A union of people, a making of couple

Mithuna – A pair or a couple

Mitin – A Governing person, a governor

Mitra – A dear friend, one we chose to be with

Mitrananda – The Joy of having a friend

Mitrayu – The long age of the friend or friendship

Mitroday – The arise of a friend or friendship

Mitryu – a best friend or companion

Mittapheap – Friendship between the nations.

Mittraang – The part of a friend or the friendship

Mitul – Being measured

Mitun – The couple or pair

Mivara – The capita of ancient Nepal or Mithila

Moha – Giving radiant light to every one, the one who is being bright and shining to others

Mohabali – Giving shining and powerful light, like the brightest Sun in the space

Mohajit – Mohajit as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Mohajit is ‘charming’.

Mohaka – The truth speaking person, always stand for the truth and never let it down

Mohamad – A special loved one, always loving and adorable to others

Mohan – A Gift from the Almighty God

Mohanam – The one who always makes his waist strong by wearing a belt or girdle around it

Mohanaram – One who can be equal to the almighty and most high God who has created this whole World.

Mohandas – Mohandas as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Mohandas is ‘servant of Mohan’.

Mohandasa – Murky, no brightness or light at all

Mohandyal – Obscure, dwells in the dark places, invisibleness

Mohanish – The dusky or without light.

Mohanleen – The river of the Mincer or crusher.

Mohanmeet – From the surge of the pounder or Dicer.

Mohanram – The widespread clash between each other, worldwide conflict

Mohen – Derived from ‘Malina’, a solar deity. It also means ‘Peace’ in Hawaiian language.

Mohil – The female sovereign ruler, the wife of the king.

Mohinder – Competitor, keen, willing, effort, labor, sugary

Mohinderjeet – The father of the Tristan (The nephew of the king of Cornwall who fell in love with his Uncle’s wife)

Mohinderpal – Superior to another in excellence or quality or desirability or suitability.

Mohinderpratap – Bee, any of numerous hairy bodied insects including social and solitary species.

Mohinderpreet – A messenger who bears or presents.

Mohindor – Well known deliverer, legendary conveyor.

Mohindra – The sugary person, who is sweeter than honey.

Mohit – Black coated gorgeous, gloomy layer love.

Mohith – His empire, his monarch, his guidance counselor.

Mohmad – Enhanced belongings, superior possessions.

Mohnish – The activities of honey bee, the person who resembles honey bee vis his character.

Mojil – The person who exercises control over workers.

Moksa – The liberalisation, or freedom from the world

Moksha – The ability of recording any information and recalling at the time when needed.

Mokshad – The created and good looking, formed beautifully.

Mokshagna – The divinity who represents motherhood.

Mokshajna – The energy point for the salvation within body

Mokshal – One who is free from all the duties

Mokshana – The time or the unit of time for salvation

Mokshgna – The salvation fire, urge for salvation

Mokshi – The one who left everything

Mokshit – The one who is liberated or free

Mokshith – The one who wants to be free or liberated

Moninder – The lord of the minds

Montha – A charming man.

Moolavan – A priceless person, precious one

Moonesar – An highly knowledgeable leader

Morara – A beautiful bird peacock

More – One who pleases others

Mouhit – A charmer, one who is charming

Mourya – The king, the ruler, one who is great

Mrigankamouli – Lord Shiva in the form of a deer

Mrigankasekhar – The crest of antelopes

Mrigankmouli – The sacred thread of the deer

Mrigankshekhar – The peak where the deer lives

Mrigapani – The hand of the deer

Mrigendra – The Lord of the antelopes

Mrigind – A lion or a carnivorous

Mriginder – The kings of the deer

Mrithul – A tender person

Mritul – A person who is very soft

Mritunjoy – One who wins over the death

Mrityuanjaya – Who is victorious over death

Mrityunjai – The one who never been defeated by death

Mukesh – One who killed the Muka demon

Mukul – Bloom

Mukund – A name of Lord Vishnu. It means freedom giver.

Munjal – King of Gujarat

Munny – A smart man.

Murali – Flute

Sanskrit boy names starting with N

Naaraayan – The right path of mankind, also the resting place of all the living species

Naarad – The one who gives wisdom, spreads the name of Lord

Nabadip – A new light

Nabajit – A new winner or a new win

Nabanil – A new, clear blue sky

Nabhasa – The person who is relating to the sky.

Nadamuni – A hermit sound or music

Nadeesh – Natural stream of water.

Nadish – From the large deep ocean.

Nadisha – The Master of the lakes.

Naga – The person who is clever and boundless.

Nagadhipa – The Master above all the hills.

Nagadhiraja – The supreme ruler of the mountains.

Nagendra – The principal of the snakes or the master of the mountains.

Nagesh – The ruler of all kind of serpents.

Nagesha – The emperor of the snakes.

Naginder – The Kings of all the serpents

Naginderbir – The bravest king of the serpents

Naginderjeet – The victory of the king of snakes

Nagnath – The Lord or the deity of snakes

Nagpa – The saviour of the snakes

Nagpati – The companion of the serpents

Nagraj – The possessor of the snakes

Nagsen – The superior of the serpents

Nagsri – the dead of the snakes

Nagulesh – The Lords of the mongoose

Nahush – An Indian mythological king

Nahusha – An ancient king of the Aila dynasty

Naik – The head or the leader

Nainesh – The third eye of Lord Shiva

Naininder – God can been seen in the eyes of this person.

Nainish – The God with the beautiful eyes

Nairit – The direction of south-west

Naitik – A moral person, ethical

Nakapati – The aristocrat of ecstasy.

Nakesha – The monarch or ruler of blue havens.

Nakin – The one who abides in paradise.

Nakshatra – The deity form or figure of the stars.

Nakshith – Something drawn or sketched

Nakshvardhan – The king of the stars

Nakul – A mongoose, A sharp-minded

Nakula – The sharp animal, mongoose

Nakulesh – The monarch or mongoose

Nalinikant – The companion of Lotus

Nalinikanta – The spouse of the Nalini or lotus

Namah – The action of bow down or curtsy.

Namasya – The person who deserves the worthy of honour and praise.

Namdev – A poet or a saint, also Lord Vishnu

Namdeva – The lord of Vedas

Namdhari – An Indian religious group, Khalsas

Namit – A person who is very humble

Namith – So humble that he bestow in front of others

Namitpal – One ho protects his humbleness

Namratan – The gem of the name

Namritabir – A modest brave person

Nand Kishore – A child full of joy

Nand Kumar – A joyous man, very happy

Nand Nandan – An extremely happy person

Nand-Kishore – A Cheerful child

Nand-Nandan – The sign or exhibition of joy

Nand – A Joyful person, who is happy

Nanda – A cherish person, Name of an ancient King

Nandadulal – A very loved one who is very happy

Nandagopal – A joyous cow-herd, referred to Lord Krishna

Nandak – The cherish nature

Nandakishor – A very happy child

Nandakishore – Extremely happy baby

Nandakumar – A man who is very happy

Nandalal – The dearest chid who is very happy. Also Lord Krishna

Nandan – A well being of enjoyment

Nandeesh – The Lord of joy an happiness

Nandhu – Who became a great man. Lord Krishna

Nandi – The holy bull of Lord Shiva

Nandighosh – A cow-herd who takes care of the bulls

Nandirudra – The hunter of a bull

Nandish – The Lord of Nandi, Lord Shiva

Nandisha – God of Bulls, Lord Shiva

Nandit – A happy person, at his comfort

Nandkishore – The child out of Joy

Nandlaal – The dearest child who brings Joy

Nandlal – Lord Krishna who was a child of Joy

Nandnandan – The joy of being joyous all the time

Narada – One who praise the Lord

Naradhara – Intelligence, sense, perception, consoler, reliever.

Naraja – The psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning.

Narang – Orange color, as Orange is the color of Hindu. Hindu clan Aroras

Naranjan – A truthful or a spotless person, man of God

Narapriya – The person who always use his,her left hand for all activities.

Narashimha – The Lion in the form of man

Narasimhan – Mint, a plant where money is coined by authority of the government.

Narasinha – The person who is having wisdom and by that he gives advice about problems.

Naravira – From a feudal Lord who was Lord to his own tenants on land held from a superior Lord

Narayaanstra – The act or knowledge of being true

Narayaasrama – The Lord of the True people, humanitarian God

Narayan – The resting place of all living species

Narayana – Where all living species take final rest

Narayanan – A large body of water constituting a principal part of the hydrosphere

Naren – Naren as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Naren is ‘the best of men’.

Narendar – The Lords of Men

Narender – The Kings of Men

Narendra – The monarch of the men

Narendran – The Emperor of men

Narendranath – The lord of the kings of men

Naresh – The king of the Kings

Naresha – The emperor of the emperors

Nareshbir – The brave king of the kings

Nareshjeet – The victory of the king of the kings

Nareshpal – The protector of the king of the kings

Narhari – One who wins over the mankind, Lord Vishnu

Narindar – The king of the men

Narinderbir – The brave king of men

Narinderdeep – The lamp of the King of men

Narinderjeet – The victory of the king of men

Narinderjit – The win of the king of the men

Narinderjot – The light of the king of men

Narith – Manly or masculine.

Narotham – The best of all the men

Narottam – The best among all the men

Narottama – Excellent of all the men

Narpal – The protector of all the men

Narpat – The king of mankind

Narpati – The mankind’s king

Narpinder – The humans’ king

Narresh – The King of all the emperors

Narrottam – The excellent among all the men

Narshimha – Lion among men

Narsi – A poet or a saint

Narsimha – The Lion among men, Lord Vishnu

Natyapriya – The one who admires dancing.

Nayak – The magnificent marine.

Nayaka – Exultantly proud and joyful, in high spirits.

Nayanmani – the Gem of the eyes

Naynesh – the Monarch of the eyes

Neeladree – The top of the mountain reflects blue color.

Neelam – Blue sapphire

Neerab – Calm, a man of calm demeanor

Neeranjan – Free from any bad qualities

Neetish – One who follow the right path

Nibir – One who is fearless

Nidhruvi – The one who is truthful eternally.

Nikhil – Nick and Nikki are some of the fun nicknames for this popular Indian name that means ‘complete’ or ‘whole.’

Nikhileshwara – The monarch of whole world.

Nilambaj – The Blue Lotus flower

Nilambar – The blue heaven, Name of Lord Shiva

Nilamber – One who resembles the blue heaven

Nilmani – The precious Gem, Blue Sapphire

Nilmitra – Blue

Nilothpal – The one who is resembling the blue Lotus flowers.

Niraghan – Perfect, spotless, ideal, flawless.

Nirahankara – The person who does not have the inflated feeling of pride in their superiority.

Nirajaksha – The one who has the eyes like Lotus.

Nirakula – The one who is without nervousness, tension and distress.

Niralamba – The one who is self determining and liberated.

Niranjan – The one who is having no faults and sinless in behaviour.

Niravadhi – Boundless, unlimited, unrestricted and infinite.

Nirbhay – The one who is free from scare, trepidation, shock or panic.

Nirbhaya – The person without fear, fright, terror or scare.

Nirdosha – The one who is from error, blunder, crime and immoral.

Nirmay – Pure

Nisan – Sign or symbol

Nishant – End of the night

Nishkarsh – The result or outcome of work

Niswarth – A selfless person, without any self desire

Nitai – The one who follows or worship Gaurang

Niteen – An ethical person

Niteesh – The God of morality

Niten – A person full of moral or ethics

Nitendra – The king of ethics and morality

Nitesh Nitin – The lord of Moral values

Nitesh – The Lord of ethics

Nithin – The right path or the moral values

Nitya – Perpetual

Niyor – Dew drops

Nrupen – The male ruler of an empire.

Nrupendra – The king of an empire

Sanskrit boy names starting with O

Ogana – Someone that provides access to get in or get out, the one who performs the act of entering.

Oha – Meditation

Ojas – The nobleness and the goodness of a person.

Okendra – Saffron

Oman – Giver of life

Omitabho – immeasurable brilliance

Omkaranatha – The master of the holy chant of Om.

Omol – A priceless person, who cant be measured with price

Omprakasa – The holy light or the divine nimble.

Onik – A brave soldier

Oninddo – The joy or happiness

Opurbo – A unique or one of a kind person

Ouchitya – Rightness

Oujasya – Power

Ouraj – Son

Outathya – Philosopher

Sanskrit boy names starting with P

Padma – Lotus flower

Pallab – New leaf

Pallav – New leaf

Pankaja – Born in dirt

Pavak – Fire

Pepper

Perwira – Hero or officer.

Petuel – Petuel as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Petuel is ‘vision of the Lord’.

Pitavasas – A person dressed in gold

Poojith – A honoured, worshiped and adored person

Poornayu – A person who is filled with, full of life

Poumit – One of the names of Lord Krishna. It means collection of love.

Prabhava – An origin or a source of things

Pramith – A measured and knowing person

Pran – To breathe and be full of the life-force

Pranav – Pranav is a spiritual name that means ‘with sounding praise for God.’

Pranjul – A person who is truthful and dignified

Prataap – One who has heat, splendor and glory

Prathyush – He who is like the time just before the sunrise

Prathyusha – Woman whose beauty is like the dawn

Pratiksatra – One who commands the respect of all the warriors

Praveka – One who is a chief and a leader

Pravesh – An entrance into something

Prayag – An Indian city called Allahabad

Prem – One who gives love and affection to others

Premadasa – One who serves love

Preman – A love that is supreme and divine

Prerak – An encourager

Prithvee – An earth-loving person

Prithvi – He is like the earth

Priyom – Assamese version of Priyam, meaning beloved, or loved by all.

Pronoi – Love

Prosad – One who is the blessing of the brightness

Provakar – One who is the Lord of the light

Puhor – Light

Pujan – A worshiping religious ceremony

Pundarikaksha – One with the eyes like the lotus

Punyaloka – A name meaning Sita and Druapadi

Punyashila – One whose character is virtuous

Puranjan – He who emodies the essence of the life

Purya – A person who deserves to be fulfilled

Putera – Son or prince

Puthyrith – Merciful power

Sanskrit boy names starting with R

Radheyshyam – A name of Lord Krishna

Raghubeer – A name of Lord Rama

Rahm – Hebrew – High Lofty, Sanskrit – Exalted, Supreme, Lord Ram, A short form of the name Abraham and also a variant of Ram

Rainsey – Rays of the sun

Raj

Raj – Raj as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Rajan. The meaning of Raj is ‘king’.

Raja – Raja as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Rajan. The meaning of Raja is ‘king’.

Rajah – King, prince, the ruler

Rajah – Rajah as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Rajan. The meaning of Rajah is ‘king’.

Rajak – Illuminating

Rajam – Royal

Rajan – Rajan as a boy’s name is pronounced rah-JAHN. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Rajan is ‘king’.

Rajanikant – Sun

Rajiv – Rajiv as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Rajiv is ‘striped’.

Raksmei – Ray of light

Ram – Ram as a boy’s name is pronounced ram. It is of Sanskrit and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ram is ‘pleasing, supreme’. Mythology: as the seventh incarnation of Vishnu. Biblical: an ancestor of King David and Jesus.

Rama – Awesome, godlike, Rama was the mythological seventh incarnation of Vishnu.

Ramith – Loved

Ramos – Ramos as a boy’s name is related to the Sanskrit and Hebrew name Ram. The meaning of Ramos is ‘pleasing’.

Ranjeet – Ranjeet as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Ranjit. The meaning of Ranjeet is ‘influenced by charm’.

Ranjit – Ranjit as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ranjit is ‘influenced by charm’.

Ratan – A jewel

Ratash – The King of men

Rathana – Precious stones, jewels

Rathanak – Precious stones, jewels

Rathik – Chariot rider

Ravee – Ravee as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Ravi. The meaning of Ravee is ‘sun’.

Ravi – Ravi as a boy’s name is pronounced RAH-vee. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Ravi is ‘sun’.

Ravij – Born of sun, Karna

Ravishu – Cupid, Kamdev

Reasmey – Sunshine

Rishi

Rith – Strength and courage.

Rithipol – Mystical powers

Rithisak – Powerful

Rithy – Powerful strength

Roane – Roane as a boy’s name is related to the Irish and Sanskrit name Rohan. The meaning of Roane is ‘red-haired’.

Rockybule – Extreme beauty

Rohan – Rohan as a boy’s name is pronounced ro-HAHN. It is of Irish and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Rohan is ‘red-haired, red, ascending’.

Rohit – Red

Rothanak – Precious stones, jewels

Royan – Royan as a boy’s name is related to the Irish and Sanskrit name Rohan. The meaning of Royan is ‘red-haired’.

Rubrat – Light

Ruchiparv – He who is filled with beauty.

Rudhir – Rudra

Rudra – Also the name of a deity, this powerful name means one who roars or howls.

Rudraksha – The eye of Rudra (Shiva)

Rupnath – A boy with a beautiful face.

Rushik – Lord of earth

Ruthvik – Seasonal sacrificer

Rutushar – Sprinkles of the season.

Rutuvarna – The colorful season

Rutva – Speech

Rutwaak – A sage

Sanskrit boy names starting with S

Saadar – Respectful, respected

Saadhik – Winner

Saadhin – Work or achievement

Saagarik – Belonging to the ocean.

Sabal – With strength

Sabyasachi – A deceitful, insincire person

Sachin – The name Sachin is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘pure’.

Sadhak – Skillful

Saharsh – Happy

Sajjan – A gentle-hearted individual

Sakal – A person who is complete

Sakngea – Greatness

Sakul – One who is Noble born, a part of the noble family

Samang – Lucky or fortunate

Sambhav – Born

Sambu – He who was attended by the Divine Mother

Samphy – Hardworking or busy

Samved – Integrated in speech and doings, a name of four vedas

Sanam – Beloved

Sanani – A creative man.

Sangha – Handsome

Sanjaan – Protect and care for someone lovingly

Sanjay – Sanjay as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Sanjay is ‘conquering, triumphant’.

Sanjaya – The name Sanjaya is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘triumphant’.

Sanjib – A variant of Sanjeev, meaning alive or long live.

Sann – Quiet and comfortable

Santoso – Peaceful

Sarbananda – Extreme joy

Sathea – Compassion

Sattvik – One who is polite, honest and virtuous.

Saudis – King of the solar system.

Sejun – A charming man.

Senan – Derives from the name Sahen, meaing ‘falcon’.

Shalva – An honest and peaceful man.

Shamar – Highly sought after, desired, wanted, loved.

Shardool – A man brave as a lion, lion

Shiesha – King of serpents

Shiv – Shiv has a meaning of ‘lucky’ or ‘kind’. It is taken from the name of a Hindu God, Shiva

Shiva – Shiva as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Shiva is ‘lucky’. Name of the Hindu god Shiva.

Shomnath – Assamese variation of Somnath, meaning Lord Shiva.

Shoubhit – Lord Krishna

Shraey – Credit

Shreyas – This name means virtuous or most excellent.

Shukracharya – One who teaches or knows the clearness of right conduct

Shwar – A musical tone, musical notes, tune, a sweet voice

Siddharth – The name Siddharth is a boy’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘artha’.

Singh – Lion

Soham – Derived from Sanskrit origin meaning ‘moon’ it is a derivation of the name Soma.

Sohan – Sohan as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Sohan is ‘good-looking, handsome’.

Sohil – Sohil as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Sohan. The meaning of Sohil is ‘good-looking’.

Sokha – One who is peaceful and content with his or her life.

Sokhem – Hope

Sokhom – Sokhom is a variant of Sokhem and means hope.

Sokun – Good smelling.

Somnang – Lucky, fortunate

Sonith – One who has good conduct or manners.

Sontosh – Sontosh is the Assamese for Santosh and means content, satisfaction and gratification.

Sopath – One with soft and gentle demeanor.

Sorya – Sun

Soumy – Nepalese version of Soumya. It means soft natured.

Sov – A child born on Saturday.

Sovannar – One who is like gold.

Sovannarith – A golden boy.

Sros – He who is charmingly beautiful.

Sudem – Breeze, smooth as a breeze

Sudhadhar – One who keeps the fresh water

Sujay – Sujay as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Sujay is ‘good triumph’.

Sujit – Sujit as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Sujay. The meaning of Sujit is ‘good triumph’.

Suman – Suman as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Suman is ‘intelligent, wise’.

Sumeet – Good assessment

Sunil – Sunil as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Sunil is ‘deep dark blue’.

Sushanta – Quiet or silence, a man who prefers to be quiet.

Suvansu – Fragrance, a sweet fragrance.

Suyashas – Glorious fame

Svojas – He who is very strong and powerful

Swabhiram – He who is very delightful

Swabhu – Self born

Swapnadeep – The king of dreams, dreamer

Swrang – A musical instrument

Swrnav – Golden

Syon – Syon as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Syon is ‘followed by good luck’.

Sanskrit boy names starting with T

Taalish – Lord of earth

Taayin – Guardian

Tahj – Tahj as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Taj. The meaning of Tahj is ‘crown’.

Taj – Crown

Taj – Taj as a boy’s name is pronounced tahzh. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Taj is ‘crown’.

Takshin – Wood cutter

Talleen – Absorbed, making it a part of oneself

Tanan – Happy, a happy and cheerful soul.

Tanip – The sun

Tanka – Victorious

Tanmoijyoti – Happy, a happy soul.

Tanmoy – One who is completely absorbed in God.

Tantra – Reincarnated

Tarak – The name Tarak is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘star, protector’.

Taral – Brilliant, shining or splendid.

Tarendra – Prince of stars

Taroon – Taroon as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Tarun. The meaning of Taroon is ‘to be young’.

Taroun – Taroun as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Tarun. The meaning of Taroun is ‘to be young’.

Tarun – Tarun as a boy’s name is pronounced TAH-run. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Tarun is ‘to be young’.

Tathagata – Buddha

Tau – A handsome bloke.

Tausiq – Reinforcement, Tauseak, Tauseek and Tauseeq are variant transcriptions

Tej – Bright and radiant.

Teruna – One who is youthful

Thakshak – Name of a cobra

Tilanjal – A pure substance used to worship.

Timeer – In Sanskrit it means darkness. In Arabic it means wealthy person

Tirtha – A holy place in India.

Toofan – Wind or storm.

Toril – Toril as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Toril is ‘temper’.

Toya – Water

Tribhawan – One who has the knowledge of three worlds

Tribhuvan – The tree worlds.

Tribikram – The Holy Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.

Trishanu – Thirsty

Trupal – One with an active, agile and fun loving personality.

Tshering – Long life

Turvash – Overpowering and victorious

Turviti – Superior and overpowering

Tushara – Refers to mist, haze or fog.

Tushtiman – Satisfied

Tuviksh – Name of Lord Indra’s bow. It means powerful.

Tvashta – He who is strongest

Tyag – Sacrifice, a person who doesn’t hesitate to sacrifice.

Sanskrit boy names starting with U

Uchadev – One of the names of Lord Vishnu.

Uchith – Correct

Udai – To rise, the rising

Udanda – Nemesis of evils and vices.

Udant – The correct message

Udar – Generous

Udarathi – One of the names of Lord Vishnu.

Udarchis – A name of Lord Shiva.

Uday – To materialize

Udayachal – The eastern horizon.

Udayan – Uprising

Udbhas – Light

Udbhav – Creation or to arise from.

Uddip – Giving light

Udeep – Flood

Ujesh – The one who gives light.

Ujjal – Bright, clean, lovely

Ulhas – Delight or joy.

Umakant – A name of Lord Shiva. It means husband of Uma.

Umanga – Enthusiasm or excitement. One who is full of enthusiasm.

Umesh – One of the many names of Lord Murugan. It means God of Uma.

Unnabh – Highest, the peak

Unnat – Progress or development.

Upangshu – Winner, winner in all fields.

Upanshu – Chanting the hymns or mantras in a low tone

Upendra – A name of Lord Vishnu. It means an element.

Upendranath – Upendranath is a variant of Upendra and means Lord Visnhu.

Upshobhin – He who is brilliant and bright

Ura – Precious stone, jewel

Urjamedh – He who is strong and intelligent

Uruthiran – A name of Lord Shiva

Ushapati – Husband of dawn or sun

Utkarsh – Awakening or prosperity.

Utkrishta – Best, the best amongst everyone.

Utpal – Lotus, water lily or beginning.

Utsang – Embrace

Utsarg – One who is dedicated towards whatever he does, dedicating.

Utsav – Celebration or festival.

Uttam – The best from the rest.

Sanskrit boy names starting with V

Vaalaky – Name of one of the Kauravas.

Vaaridhar – Cloud

Vaathavega – Name of one of the Kauravas.

Vaayu – Breeze

Vachan – Speech or promise

Vachaspati – Lord of speech

Vachasya – One who is well spoken of, or celebrated

Vadin – Known Lecturer, Speaker, A variant of Vachan

Vadish – Lord of the body

Vadivel – One of the names of Lord Murugan.

Vagadheeksha – The lord of spokesmen

Vagindra – Lord of speech

Vagish – Vagish is a name of Lord Brahma. It means God of speech.

Vaibhav – One who is fortunate, prosperous and intelligent.

Vaibudh – Belonging to the Gods, divine

Vaidyanaath – Master of medicines

Vajrin – Indra

Valin – Monkey King, Mighty Soldier, A variant of name Balin

Vandit – Greeted

Vanna – Golden

Vannak – He who has class.

Varad – Fire

Varen – Superior, Excellent, God of celestial sky, of water and of the celestial ocean, Infinite, A variant transcription of name Varun

Vargabh – Name of a Rishi.

Varij – Lotus

Varun – Varun means god of the water.

Vasant – The name Vasant is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘spring’.

Vasava – A name of Lord Indra.

Vasupujya – Vasupujya is the name of the 12th Tirthankara.

Vatsa – Son

Vatsal – An affectionate person.

Veasna – The one who is lucky and fortunate.

Ved – The name Ved is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘sacred knowledge’.

Veejay – Veejay as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Vijay. The meaning of Veejay is ‘conquering’.

Veer – The name Veer is a boy’s name of Sanskrit origin meaning ‘brave’.

Veha – Cambodian word for sky.

Venkat – Lord Vishnu

Veydant – The sum of the Vedas

Viaan – This Indian name carries an energy all its own and means ‘full of life and vigor.’

Viamrsh – A name of Lord Shiva.

Vibhaakar – The moon

Vibhu – Sun

Vichear – Knowledge or education

Vihaan – The name Vihaan is a boy’s name of Sanskrit, Hindu origin meaning ‘dawn’.

Vijay – Vijay as a boy’s name is pronounced VEE-jay. It is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Vijay is ‘conquering’.

Vijun – Vijun as a boy’s name is related to the Hindi and Sanskrit name Vijay. The meaning of Vijun is ‘conquering’.

Vimalnath – Vimalnath was the 13th Tirthankara of Jainism.

Viro – Sanskrit variation of Vero, origin meaning great hero’.

Visal – Large or big

Viseth – Superb or excellent.

Vishesh – Special

Vishva – Earth, universe

Vivek – Vivek as a boy’s name is of Hindi and Sanskrit origin, and the meaning of Vivek is ‘judicious, wise’.

Vrisini – Name of Lord Shiva.

Vyasa – Author of Mahabharata

Vyom – Universe

Sanskrit boy names starting with W

Wasan – Idol

Wedant – Knower of the Vedas, One who knows all the vedas.

Sanskrit boy names starting with X

Xhiva – Assamese version of Lord Shiva. It means benign, kind, auspicious

Sanskrit boy names starting with Y

Yaachan – Prayer

Yaaja – One of the names of Lord Shiva.

Yaamya – One of the names of Lord Vishnu or Lord Shiva.

Yaashk – Exerting

Yaashvan – Winner

Yaatiesh – Lord of devotees

Yadab – Yadab is the Oriya version of Yadav. It’s one of the names of Lord Krishna and means descendent of Yadu.

Yadav – Yadav is a name of Lord Krishna.

Yadavendra – Leader of the Yadavas

Yadhav – A variation of Yadav, meaning descendant of Yadu.

Yadhavan – One of the names of Lord Krishna, meaning descendant of Yadu.

Yadhu – Name of an ancient Indian king.

Yadnya – The holy fire

Yadu – Name of an ancient king.

Yadunandan – Son of Yadu. A name of Lord Krishna

Yagnakaya – One who accepts all the sacred and sacrificial offerings.

Yagya – A holy ceremony

Yagyasen – Name of king Drupad

Yagyesh – Lord of the sacrificial fire

Yaj – A sage

Yajat – One of the many names of Lord Shiva

Yajnadhar – A name of Lord Vishnu

Yajnarup – A name of Lord Krishna

Yakshit – Who is made forever, permanent, God

Yansh – God name

Yashas – Fame, a famous person.

Yashmit – Famed, a famous person.

Yashodhar – Famous

Yatharth – Complete, truth

Yathavan – A name of Lord Vishnu.

Yatindra – A name of Lord Indra.

Yatish – Lord of devotees

Yatiyasa – Silver

Yatrik – Journey

Yauva – Young or youth

Yavanan – Ascetic

Yayati – Name of a sage.

Yayin – A name of Lord Shiva.

Yedhant – Brightness

Yeshwanth – A Person who attains fame and glory

Yogadeva – God of all the yoga.

Yogadhipa – The Lord of Meditation

Yoganand – Delighted with Meditation

Yogesh – The God of yoga.

Yogi – Of the Yoga Practice

Yoginampati – Lord of all the yogis.

Yogiraj – A name of Lord Shiva. It means great ascetic.

Yojit – Planner

Yokanathan – Devotee

Yoshi – Better or best among the rest

Yovraj – Variously spelt Yuvraj or Yuvraaj, this is a popular name in India and the title given to the crown prince, meaning ‘heir apparent’.

Yuddha – War

Yudhajit – Victorious in war.

Yudhister – Represent the truthful

Yudhvan – Skilled in War

Yudit – Praise

Yug – Age or generation

Yugadarman – Eldest Pandava brother

Yugal – Pair

Yugantar – Distance between two generations, firm in the battle, or ever Lasting

Yugap – Best of the Era

Yugma – Twins

Yukta – Idea

Yushan – Mountain

Yuval – A brook.

Yuvan – Youthful

Yuvaraj – Prince, heir or successor.

Yuyutsu – One who is eager to fight.

Sanskrit boy names starting with Z

Zaw – Burmese word for saint or practitioner or yoga

Zitin – Little shinning spark, or a brightly, shining star.