Hindi girl names

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Hindi girl names starting with A

Aabharana – aabharna signifies valuables, jewels, ornaments, it also has a meaning as the person who brings prosperity, happiness and honour

Aadarsha – one who is ideal, optimal, and perfect

Aadarshini – one who adheres to idealism or is an idealistic

Aadhila – The name aadhila means Honesty, the one who is Scrupulous with regards to telling the truth

Aadhya – aadhya means the The first power, the Beginning, it is also an another name of Goddess Durga

Aadishri – The name aadishri means First or more important, eminent

Aadita – the name means The act of commencement of action

Aaditri – another name of Goddess Laxmi, the person who brings wealth and prosperity

Aadrika – cluster of mountains, feminine version of male name Aadrik

Aadvika – one who is unique in all aspects

Aadya – the word signifies the first, Mother Earth, it is also the name of Goddess Durga

Aagraha – to request or please with respect

Aagya – consent or formal permission to do a job

Aahana – Inner light, Immortal, First rays of the sun, Angel

Aahlaadita – one who is cheerful, delightful and joyous

Aainah – Mirror

Aakanksha – eagerness or inordinate desire for someone or thing, an object of ardent desire

Aakarshaka – the quality of attracting by inherent force

Aakarshana – the word means the force of attraction

Aakarshika – the one having the force of attraction to influence others

Aakashi – this name means Heaven, the sky color or destiny

Aakruthi – just like aakrit has a meaning of appearance or shape, the person who is unmoldable but is in female sence

Aaloka – The name aaloka means lustrous or the one very beautiful

Aalta – the Lac dye, or it means the one very colorful or joyous

Aamaya – the pleasant Night Rain that brings new hope

Aamrapali – A mango tree leaf

Aanandamayi – the one who is very happy and joyous in nature

Aanandi – A very happy Woman

Aanandita – A very happy Woman, the one bringing fortune

Aangi – The act of decorating the God or a person close to god

Aanya – The one who is kind and warmly courteous

Aapti – the state of being fulfilled, act of consummating

Aarati – aarti means prayer, or kind of worship towards the God

Aarika – the one who is admired for her looks

Aarna – this is an another name of Goddess Laxmi

Aarohi – the musical note or being very sound

Aarti – From the name of a Hindu ritual in which offerings of lamps or candles are made to various gods, derived from Sanskrit (aratrika)

Aaryanna – Powerful & complete who renowned by Lord

Aashalata – the one who is creator of hope or is very optimistic

Aashita – the one who is creator of hope or is very optimistic

Aashiyana – A beautiful house

Aashni – a lightning bolt

Abdhija – Born in sea, goddess lakshmi

Abeedha – Stands for constant, wonder girl and permanent

Abha – Means ‘splendour, light’ in Sanskrit

Abheesha – Goddess of ambitions or goals.

Abhigna – Valuable, clever mind or glowing.

Abhignya – One who is sage and sensible.

Abhigya – Skilful or expert or adroit.

Abhijaata – Noble birth or high class born.

Abhilasha – Feminine form of ABHILASH

Abhilasin – One who is full of desires and wishes

Abhimanini – One who has a self-respect or pride

Abhinetri – The female actor of a film or drama

Abhipsha – A strong desire of wish

Abhipuspa – Covered with fresh flowers

Abhirami – One who is delighted or loved by many, Goddess parvati

Abhirati – Mother of five hundred children, a mother goddess

Abhiruca – Delightful, desire, pleasure

Abhiruchi – One who have or keep desires

Abhisala – An act of moving towards unity

Abirami – A pleasant and beautiful girl

Achuta – Pure, not touched, firm

Adhaita – A unique person, without duality

Aditi – Free and unbounded

Aeny – The husband of Radha from Hindu mythology

Ahimsa – Nonviolent virtue

Ahuka – Offerer, Sacrificer, a person who can offer sacrifice

Ahuti – sacrifice’, give up, forgo, surrender

Aikyan – Unity, one alone

Aimiah – perfect

Aishaanya – beautiful life

Aishani – Hindu Goddess Durga

Aishi – God,s gift

Aishini – Goddess Lakshmi

Aishwarya – Means ‘prosperity, wealth’ in Sanskrit. A famous bearer is the Indian actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (1973-)

Aisiri – Wealth, Prosperity

Aja – Born where the goats live

Akanksha – Means ‘desire, wish’ in Sanskrit

Akasha – The name Akasha is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘ether’.

Aklima – The first step

Akshaya – The name came from akshay which means indestructible or forever Aakshaya also means The seventh day of lunar month which which happens to fall on a Sunday or Monday

Ambar – Sky, horizon

Ambar – Sky

Ambika – Goddess of destruction

Ambrosia

Amhi – Mother

Amita – Feminine form of AMIT (1)

Amrita – Feminine form of AMRIT

Anahita – Immaculate, undefiled, This was the name of the Persian goddess of fertility and water. She was sometimes identified with Artemis, Aphrodite and Athena.

Anala – The name Anala is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘fire’.

Ananda – The name Ananda is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘bliss’.

Anandi – Feminine form of ANAND

Ananta – Name of a serpent

Anara – The name Anara is a girl’s name of Hindi, Persian origin meaning ‘pomegranate flower’.

Anga – From Anga

Anika – Feminine form of ANIK

Anima – Means ‘minuteness’ from Sanskrit (animan). In yoga texts, this is the name of the ability to make oneself infinitely small so to be invisible

Anisha – Means ‘nightless, sleepless’ in Sanskrit

Anita – Feminine form of ANIT

Anjali – Means ‘salutation’ in Sanskrit

Ankita – Feminine form of ANKIT

Anuja – Feminine form of ANUJ

Anupama – Feminine form of ANUPAM

Apala – Endearing, beautiful, name of a legendary Hindu wise woman

Aparajita – Means ‘unconquered’ in Sanskrit

Apoorva – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi or (see APURVA)

Apsaras – In Hindu mythology, Apsaras are female spirits of nature akin to water or forest nymphs. They are considered beautiful creatures who are also talented artists and performers.

Apurva – Means ‘unpreceded, new’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form

Aradhana – Means ‘worship’ in Sanskrit

Arati – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see AARTI)

Archana – Means ‘honouring, praising’ in Sanskrit. This is the name of a Hindu ritual

Arti – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see AARTI)

Aruna – Radiance

Arya – Noble goddess

Arya – From an old Indo-Iranian root meaning ‘Aryan, noble’. In India, this is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form . In Iran it is only a masculine name

Asha – The name Asha is a girl’s name of Swahili, Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘hope, life’.

Avanti – From the name of an ancient kingdom of central India that had its capital at Ujjain

Avasa – Independent

Hindi girl names starting with B

Bahaar – The name Bahaar is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘springtime’.

Baka – Crane

Bakula – Flower

Balaprada – Bestower of strength

Balee – It symbolizes being an extrovert, analytical and ethical

Bali – It means a soldier or patriot.

Balwant – The name means full of might or immense strength.

Bandhura – pretty

Banee – Guru’S Word

Banhi – Fire

Banhisikha – A tongue of fire

Bani – Goddess Saraswati

Banita – Woman

Banmala – a garland of wild flowers

Banni – Maiden

Bansari – Flute

Beeja – The name Beeja is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘the beginning, or, happy’.

Bhadrusha – A Hindu name meaning the ganges

Bhavana – Means ‘producing, manifesting’ in Sanskrit

Bhavna – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Kannada or Malayalam (see BHAVANA)

Bhudevi – Lord of the earth

Boond – She who is like drop

Brija – A Hindu name meaning seed

Brjamohana – One who is an universaly attractive and beautiful person

Hindi girl names starting with C

Cauvery – A name of the river

Cavery – Name of the Cauvery river

Chaitra – Aries sign

Chandana – Feminine form of CHANDAN

Chandra

Chandra – The name Chandra is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘goddess of the moon’.

Chandrakanta – Feminine form of CHANDRAKANT

Charumati – A beautiful mind, one who is wise

Chetana – Feminine form of CHETAN

Chumki – A decorative star, a shiny star

Hindi girl names starting with D

Daeva – Evil spirit

Damayanti – Subduing, in Hindu legend, the name of a beautiful princess

Darsha – The name Darsha is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘to see, to perceive, to have vision’.

Daru – Pine tree

Dayaa – The name Dayaa is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘compassion’.

Deepa – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Gurmukhi , Bengali , Malayalam or Tamil (see DIPA)

Deepali – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see DIPALI)

Deepika – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Kannada , Malayalam , Tamil or Telugu (see DIPIKA)

Deepti – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi or Kannada (see DIPTI)

Deva – The name Deva is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘divine, shining one’.

Devaki – Black

Devi – Resides in heaven

Devika – Means ‘little goddess’ from Sanskrit (devi) meaning ‘goddess’ and (ka) meaning ‘little’

Dhara – The name Dhara is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘the earth’.

Dharma – Ultimate law of all things, In certain religions, such as Buddhism and Hinduism, dharma is the essential nature of all that is, of the cosmos, and of each of us. Darma is closely linked to the concept of karma.

Diksha – Means ‘preparation for a religious ceremony’ in Sanskrit

Dipa – Means ‘light, lamp’ in Sanskrit

Dipali – Means ‘row of lamps’ in Sanskrit

Dipika – Feminine form of DIPAKA

Dipti – Means ‘brightness, light’ in Sanskrit

Disha – Means ‘region, direction’ in Sanskrit

Divya – Means ‘divine, heavenly’ in Sanskrit

Diya – Means ‘lamp, light’ in Hindi

Drishti – Means ‘sight’ in Sanskrit

Hindi girl names starting with E

Ellora – The name given to the cave temples of India.

Enakshi – a deer eyed person.

Erheer – a Punjabi word meaning diamond.

Ersheen – god’s beauty.

Esha – Means ‘desire, wish’ in Sanskrit

Eshni – wife of lord Shiva.

Eshwari – supreme goddess or most powerful.

Evanshi – it means similarity.

Hindi girl names starting with F

Fadhiya – A woman who looks gorgeous

Fahamitha – A perceptive young woman

Fahari – A girl who is very smart

Fenal – She is an angel of beauty

Fullan – Refers to budding or flowering.

Hindi girl names starting with G

Gaganasri – Refers to the blue color sky.

Gaganpreet – The one who like the sky a lot.

Gamini – Activity of walking or running.

Ganakshi – Refers to wish or aspiration.

Gandaki – A river or an obstacle

Ganesa – good luck

Ganesha – The name Ganesha is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘fortunate’.

Gauri – Yellow or pale, name of a Hindu goddess

Gauri – The name Gauri is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘fair, pale’.

Gayatri – A singer

Geetanand – The Lord of Geeta

Gini – The meaning of the name Gini is Gold.

Gireesha – Gireesha means Goddes Parvati.

Giribala – Giribala is a female name and means Goddes Parvathi

Gita – Means ‘song’ in Sanskrit. The word appears in the name of the ‘Bhagavad Gita’, a sacred text of Hinduism (meaning ‘divine song’)

Gitanjali – The meaning of Gitanjali is Presenting Songs in Devoted Manner

Gitisha – Gitisha means Seven Sounds of a Song

Gopa – Gopa is the name of a female which means wife of Lord Gautam Budha.

Gopila – Gopila means the friend of Lord Krishna who protects cows.

Gopis – Gopis were the sleceted beautiful ladies who protected the cows and were friend of Lord Krishna.

Gopu – Gopu means a smart lady who belongs to Lord Krishna.

Goretti – They are reflective, prophetic, philosophical, and soul seeking, additionally can be diagnostic, basic and stubborn.

Gorochana – A godly person, who’s general god-like beauty and intelligence is more than the average individual.

Gorrois – The one with sixth sense, high energy level, senstiveness and possess a high sense of awareness.

Gotum – Fragrance, Gotum will be the fragrance of the family.

Gowri – Bright, Gowri possess the megnatism and large space in her life.

Gowtham – Fragrance, Gotum will be the fragrance of the family.

Grahi – Grahi means the accepting girl. A girl whose everything is accepted by the world.

Grahin – Grahi means the accepting girl. A girl whose everything is accepted by the world.

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

Greeshmita – Greeshmita is a feminine, Girl’s name of Hindi origin. The meaning of the name is Heat. Greeshmita is a name mostly used in Hindu religion.

Grhini – Grihini means a house wife who do house hold tasks and take care of her house whole dya.

Grihalakshmi – Griha means house and Lakshmi is the nam of Goddess of fortune. So GrihaLakshmi means the Goddes of a house’s fortune.

Grihitha – Girihitha is the name of Goddess Lakshami. The Goddess of fortune.

Grishma – People who have deep leadership abilites and ready to fous on large and importat issues.

Gritav – Thankful, The one who dignified every one with good thoughts and cares.

Gulbagh – Gulbagh means the garden of roses or a paradise.

Gulika – A beautiful original pearl

Gunja – Beauty and Well Woven

Gunvor – old Norse from Catious in War,with the oo pronounced as in book

Gunwar – old Norse from Catious in War,with the oo pronounced as in book

Gurjari – Gurjari means the raag in hindi and music in english

Gurjinder – Gurjinder is the name of punjabi Sikh girl. Gurjinder means a victory or achievement.

Gurleen – Gurleen collaborated with two words guru and leen. Guru means master or lord and leen means absorbed. So gurleen means person who is absorbed in the guru

Gurparveen – Gurparveen is the name of goddess who manages and creates the stars. In short goddess of stars.

Gurpreet – Gurpreet collaborated with two words guru and preet. Guru means master or lord and preet means love. So gurupreet means the love of lord or master

Gursheel – Gursheel collaborated with two words guru and sheel. Guru means master or lord and sheel means modesty. So gursheel means the modesty given by lord.

Gyana – Oozing with knowledge, a goddess of knowledge

Gyanada – Name of goddess Saraswati in Hindu religion

Gyanda – Very informative, knowledgeable

Gyanleen – Absorbed in, achieving divinity.

Hindi girl names starting with H

Hanisha – Sweet as Honey, Beautiful night, Sweet

Hanita – The name Hanita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘divine grace’.

Hara – Another name for the Hindu deity Shiva

Hara – The name Hara is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘to seize’.

Haripriya – Another name for Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and wife of Vishnu

Harshada – Feminine form of HARSHAD

Hashini – Pleasant, Wonderful, Happy or full of laughter.

Hastin – elephant

Hasu – laugh

Hatakiya – A Hindi baby girl name

Hema – Means ‘golden’ in Sanskrit

Hemabindu – A snow flake, a snow drop

Hemavala – A girly name with lost meaning

Hemkanti – Shine of Flower

Hemkesh – The Queen of Gold

Hemnalini – Beautiful women

Hihikara – A Hindi name that is fit for Boys and girls

Hinda – female deer

Hira – Derived from Sanskrit (hira) meaning ‘diamond’. It is typically feminine in Pakistan and unisex in India and Nepal

Hirarama – A Hindi name for both sexes

Hiras – One who is like a diamond

Hindi girl names starting with I

Ida – Hindu goddess of prayer and devotion

Ila – Means ‘earth’ or ‘speech’ in Sanskrit

Ilesha – The name Ilesha is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘earth lord’.

Indi

Indira – Mythological wife of Vishnu

Indira – India

Indrajit – Conqueror of Indra

Indrani – Mythological Indra”s wife and consort, in some accounts she is called the goddess of wrath.

Indu – The name Indu is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘moon’.

Isha – Means ‘master, lord’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form (an epithet of the Hindu god Shiva). It is also the name of one of the Upanishads, which are parts of Hindu scripture

Ishana – The name Ishana is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘desire’.

Ishani – Means ‘ruling, possessing’ in Sanskrit

Ishita – Means ‘supremacy’ in Sanskrit

Hindi girl names starting with J

Jaganmata – Mother of the world

Jahanvi – Name of the Ganga river

Jalajaa – The name Jalajaa is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘a lotus’.

Janna – Paradise

Jarita – The name Jarita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘mother or legendary bird’.

Jaya – Victory

Jaya – The name Jaya is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘victory’.

Jayanti – Victory

Jaymini – One of an olden philosopher.

Jayne – Victory

Jayne – victorious

Jayoti – The light who enlighten the world

Jivanta – The name Jivanta is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘giver of life’.

Jowaki – They inspire others, control and relief the matters of others. They want to make a different and unique world to attract others.

Jyoti – Derived from Sanskrit (jyotis) meaning ‘light’. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form

Jyotis – Light of the sun

Jyotsana – Variant of JYOTSNA

Jyotsna – Means ‘moonlight’ in Sanskrit

Hindi girl names starting with K

Kailasa – Silver mountain

Kajal – Means ‘kohl, collyrium, lotion for the eyes’ in Sanskrit

Kala – Black

Kala – time, black

Kali – In mythology, Kali is the wife of Shiva and a Hindu goddess symbolizing the essence of destruction.

Kalinda – The sun, a Hindu mythological reference to the mountains of Kalinda

Kalinda – The name Kalinda is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘sun’.

Kalindi – The name Kalindi is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘sun’.

Kalpana – Means ‘imagining, fantasy’ in Sanskrit

Kama – The name Kama is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘love, desire’.

Kamala – One who is like a lotus

Kamala – The name Kamala is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘lotus or pale red, or, a garden’.

Kamini – Means ‘desirable’ in Sanskrit

Kanakpriya – The name means Gold Lover

Kanta – Means ‘desired, beautiful’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form

Kantha – Name of a goddess

Kanti – Means ‘beauty’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form (another name of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi) and the masculine form

Kanya – Virgin, the younger daughter

Kanya – The name Kanya is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘virgin’.

Karishma – Means ‘miracle’ in Hindi

Karka – Crab

Karma

Karma – The name Karma is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘destiny, spiritual force’.

Kashi – From the name of a holy city in India, famous for its many temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Its name is derived from Sanskrit (kashi) meaning ‘shining’

Kasi – From the Holy City

Kaveri – From the name of the Kaveri River in southern India

Kavita – Means ‘poem’ in Sanskrit

Kerala – The name Kerala is a girl’s name of Hindi origin.

Keran – A ray of light either from sun or moon, or a ray of hope

Kerani – The name Kerani is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘sacred bells’.

Khushi – Means ‘happiness’ in Hindi, ultimately from Persian (khushi)

Kintan – wearing a crown

Kiran – Derived from Sanskrit (kirana), which can mean ‘dust’ or ‘thread’ or ‘sunbeam’

Kirsi – The name Kirsi is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘amaranth blossoms’.

Kirti – fame

Kirtida – Means ‘one who bestows fame’ in Sanskrit

Krishna – Signifies a Hindu deity or superior being

Kritika – A cluster of stars in constellation, Sic sisters from hindu mythology

Kshitija – Feminine form of KSHITIJ

Hindi girl names starting with L

Lakshmi – A good sign, a goddess of good fortune and wife of Vishnu

Lalasa – Love

Lanka – From Lanka

Lata – Means ‘vine, creeping plant’ in Sanskrit

Latika – elegant

Lavanya – Means ‘beauty, grace’ in Sanskrit

Leela – Alternate transcription of LILA (1)

Leia – The name Leia is a girl’s name of Hindi origin.

Leya – Lion

Leya – The name Leya is a girl’s name of Spanish, Hindi origin meaning ‘the law, lion’.

Lila – The name Lila is a girl’s name of Arabic, Hindi, Persian origin meaning ‘night’.

Lilavati – Means ‘amusing, charming, graceful’ in Sanskrit. The 12th-century mathematician Bhaskara named one of his systems of mathematics after his daughter Lilavati. This was also the name of a 13th-century queen of Sri Lanka

Lina – Means ‘absorbed, united’ in Sanskrit

Lochana – Feminine form of LOCHAN

Lucky – From a nickname given to a lucky person. It is also sometimes used as a diminutive of LUKE

Hindi girl names starting with M

Madhu – From Sanskrit (madhu) meaning ‘sweet, honey’. This is another name of Chaitra, the first month of the Hindu year (which occurs in March and April)

Madhur – Means ‘sweet’ in Sanskrit

Madhuri – Means ‘sweetness’ in Sanskrit

Madri – Name from Indian mythology, wife of Pandu

Makara – The name Makara is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘Capricorn’.

Mala – Means ‘necklace’ in Sanskrit

Malati – Means ‘jasmine’ in Sanskrit

Malini – Means ‘fragrant’ in Sanskrit

Manda – Pivotal

Mandara – The name Mandara is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘calm’.

Manisha – Feminine form of MANISH

Manju – Means ‘lovely, beautiful’ in Sanskrit

Manjula – Means ‘pleasing, beautiful’ in Sanskrit

Manjusha – Means ‘small box, small chest’ in Sanskrit

Marajade – A female name of Hindi origin

Marava – The Raga of the tradiotional Hindustani music

Mathara – From the name Matharaj that is the name of the Kama God

Matrika – mother, name of goddess

Maya – Latin for ‘great’ or ‘larger,’ Sanskrit for ‘illusion.’ In Roman mythology, Maia is a daughter of Atlas, whose name was given to the month of May. It’s also a variation of the English name May. Well-known Mayas: writer Maya Angelou, actress Maya Rudolph.

Mayasura – The ancien great king of Asura race in Hindu Mythology

Mayekar – A baby Boy name of Hindi origin

Meena – The name Meena is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘blue semiprecious stone, bird’.

Meera – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi , Malayalam , Tamil or Kannada (see MIRA (1))

Mehuta – The rain or the cloud that causes rain

Mela – The name Mela is a girl’s name of Polish, Hindi origin meaning ‘religious service’.

Menali – One who is like fish, beautiful fish

Methra – The dew drops, or the droplets of dew

Minal – In Hindi it means a precious stone. In native American it is the name of a fruit.

Minali – Means ‘fish catcher’ in Sanskrit

Mira – Prosperous, a name born by India”s Saint Mira Bai, a poet and devotee of Krishna

Mira – Means ‘sea, ocean’ in Sanskrit. This was the name of a 16th-century Indian princess who devoted her life to the god Krishna

Miraan – A princess or a royal girl from the princely estate

Mirabai – An ocean of knowledge, A women of sea. A poetess and devotee of Lord Krishna

Mishry – A bunch of Sugar, a sweet person

Mit – A friend, a companion

Mita – The most dearest friend

Mitra – The name Mitra is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘angel’.

Mittoo – A sweet person, one who is a sweet speaker

Modakara – The light of the moon

Modha – Something as beautiful as moon. Something that we can compare to the elegant beauty of moon.

Mohandeep – The pretty messenger, sweet and dearest Angel.

Mohanjot – The person always covers by shadows, impossible to be seen, dim light

Mohanpreet – The monarch of the nation, the one who has greater authorities all over the land.

Mohati – The person who is coming from the powerful mincing shop in the city

Mohi – As fragrant as honey bunch, as sweet taste as sugar.

Monal – A bird, a free spirit

Monali – The one who must be admired, adorable

Monita – Highly intellectual girl

Motee – A pearl from the deep oceans

Motiwala – The one who have of deals in Pearls

Mridula – From Sanskrit (mridu) meaning ‘soft, delicate, gentle’

Mukta – Means ‘liberated, set free’ in Sanskrit

Hindi girl names starting with N

Naayantara – The shining start of the eyes.

Nafrin – Accessible, manageable, adaptable, reachable.

Nagikiran – The rays of the serpents

Nagin – A feminine form of snake

Nagini – A female that turns into a large snake

Nalini – Means ‘lotus’ in Sanskrit

Naman – Bow down before the creator or salaam or greeting.

Namarta – The softness or gentleness

Namrata – Means ‘bowing, humility’ in Sanskrit

Nandanjot – The light of the Joy or happiness

Nandanpreet – The love of tranquillity

Nandita – From Sanskrit (nanda) meaning ‘joy’

Nandra – A cheerful or happy girl

Nandrani – The queen of Happiness or Joy

Nara – The name Nara is a girl’s name of Japanese, Hindi, Celtic origin meaning ‘happy’.

Narmada – She who gives pleasure. Name of an Indian river

Nartana – One who make others dance

Narthan – Who make dance to others

Narthanan – The dancer, who dance

Naruna – The female leader of the humanity

Nasila – Honey flowing out of the comb

Natesa – Dancing lord

Navadeep – The new or fresh lamp

Navadurga – Nine forms of Goddess durga

Navadvip – The new lamp or nine lamps

Navadweep – The new lamp for light

Navaljyot – The fresh or new light

Navaneeta – Fresh girl till eternity

Navapriyan – The new friend or companion

Navashree – The new or fresh lady

Navdeep – The lamp who will be fresh forever

Navdeepa – A fresh lamp, new forever

Navdha – Un-endingly new or fresh

Navdip – The never ending freshness of a lamp

Navee – The new, fresh or the freshest

Naveena – The highly beautiful or attractive girl

Naveenjot – The pleasant light of a lamp

Navi – The new or the ninth count

Navijah – The very new victory

Navika – A fresh girl, will remain fresh till end

Navilla – A beautiful and pleasant peahen

Navina – An eternally fresh person

Navita – A youngest and freshest girl

Navneeta – One who is always fresh and new

Navroop – One who has the fresh structure

Navsarup – An admirable new shape or roop

Navy – The new one, the Ninth position

Navya – The fresh, the young, praiseworthy

Nayana – The name Nayana is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘beautiful eyes’.

Nayantara – The Beautiful star of the eyes

Nayonika – The one with the magnetic or attractive eyes

Neeja – The name Neeja is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘lily’.

Neel

Neela – The name Neela is a girl’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit, African origin meaning ‘sapphire blue’.

Neelam – The name Neelam is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘blue sapphire’.

Neelima – Alternate transcription of Marathi/Hindi or Telugu (see NILIMA)

Neerja – The lotus bud or lotus blossom.

Neesha – Dark night or dusky period.

Neha – Possibly from Sanskrit (sneha) meaning ‘love, tenderness’

Neysha – The night or a time of night

Niara – The name Niara is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘nebula, mist’.

Niesha – The one who is still alive and doing extremely well.

Niketa – Variant of NIKITA (2)

Nikhila – Widespread, worldwide, general, complete.

Nikita – Derived from Sanskrit (niketa) meaning ‘house, habitation’

Nila – Means ‘dark blue’ in Sanskrit

Nilam – Means ‘dark blue, sapphire’ in Sanskrit

Nilima – Means ‘dark blue’ in Sanskrit

Nirmala – Feminine form of NIRMAL

Nirupama – Means ‘unequaled, matchless’ in Sanskrit

Nisha – The name Nisha is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘night’.

Nishani – A sign to remember something

Nishay – The night, dark time

Nishi – Growing stronger and stronger

Nishika – The garden full of Lotus flowers

Nishita – The peaceful time.

Nishithini – The quite time of midnight

Nishka – Out of night, honest

Nishma – One who brings light, bright person

Nita – The name Nita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘friendly, to plant, and bear’.

Nitara – deeply rooted

Nithi – Truth, justice, good behaviour

Niti – A well-behaved person

Nitika – From Sanskrit (niti) meaning ‘guidance, moral conduct’

Nitina – An ethical girl, full of moral values

Nitya – Means ‘always, eternal’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the feminine form (an epithet of the Hindu goddess Durga) and the masculine form

Nivedita – One who is surrendered to God

Nivedya – An offering make to God

Nividh – An information about something

Niyati – Destiny or the luck

Noorien – A person who help others

Hindi girl names starting with O

Odra – From Odra

Omisha – Spirit of birth and death.

Orpita – Dedication or Divination to God

Hindi girl names starting with P

Pallavi – Feminine form of PALLAV

Pandara – The name Pandara is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘wife’.

Pandita – The name Pandita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘learned, scholarly’.

Panna – The name Panna is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Hindi origin meaning ‘grace’.

Pinky – To be of pinkish colour

Pooja – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi/Nepali , Gujarati , Bengali , Gurmukhi , Telugu , Malayalam , Tamil or Kannada (see PUJA)

Poojya – To pray to someone, to worship

Poornima – Alternate transcription of Tamil , Kannada or Hindi/Marathi (see PURNIMA)

Prachi – From Sanskrit (prachya) meaning ‘eastern, ancient’

Prajyana – A Hindi unisex name, given to both Boys and girls

Prakruthi – A name meaning weather and nature

Pramatha – One who is a dancer of heaven, also Lord Shiva’s faithful companion

Pramud – A feeling of extasy

Praneetha – An action of ouring water into something

Pranetra – One who is a guide, creator of things and a leader of the men

Pranga – A Hindi name given to both Boys and girls

Pranhita – The name of the River

Pranjul – A person who is truthful and dignified

Prapulla – One whose pleasant and happy smile is shining

Prashansa – A praised, acclaimed and adored person

Prassana – An individual who is alwas cheerful

Pratibha – Means ‘light, splendour, intelligence’ in Sanskrit

Pratima – Means ‘image, likeness, reflection’ in Sanskrit

Pravara – An outstanding, important person

Preethi – Woman who brings love and satisfaction

Preeti – Alternate transcription of Hindi or , Marathi or Gujarati (see PRITI)

Prema – Feminine form of PREM

Prinaka – A woman who will bring heaven to the earth

Pritha

Priti – Means ‘pleasure, joy, love’ in Sanskrit

Priyanka – From Sanskrit (priyankara) meaning ‘agreeable, amiable’

Priyanshi – One who is dear

Puja – Means ‘honour, worship’ in Sanskrit. This is the name of a Hindu ritual of reverence

Pujitha – A worshippers’s prayer

Punati – One graceful and beautiful as a flower

Punita – Feminine form of PUNIT

Punyageha – A baby girl name of Hindi origin

Punyaloka – A name meaning Sita and Druapadi

Purnima – Means ‘full moon’ in Sanskrit

Purva – An old breeze from the East

Pushpa – Means ‘flower’ in Sanskrit

Pushpaja – A woman born from the flower

Pushpya – A blooming flower

Pusti – One of the forms of the Devil

Hindi girl names starting with R

Rachana – Means ‘creation, preparation’ in Sanskrit

Rachna – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see RACHANA)

Rajkumari – Means ‘princess’ in Sanskrit

Rajni – Means ‘queen’ in Sanskrit

Rakhi – From a word for a type of ritual wristband, ultimately from Sanskrit (raksha)

Ramya – beautiful, elegant

Ran – Queen

Rani – Queen

Rani – Means ‘queen’ in Sanskrit

Rashmi – Means ‘ray of sunlight’ or ‘rope’ in Sanskrit

Ratna – Derived from Sanskrit (ratna) meaning ‘jewel, treasure’. This is a transcription of both the feminine form and the masculine form

Ratri – Night

Reena – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see RINA (3))

Reeva – One who guides people like a river or a star

Renmani – A girl name of Hindi origin

Resha – An endless straight line

Reshma – The name Reshma is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘silk’.

Reshmi – Means ‘silk’, from Hindi (Resham) and Bengali (Resham), ultimately of Persian origin

Reva – The name Reva is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘rain’.

Revathi – The star that brings prosperity

Revati – A woaman who is like the star of prosperity

Richa – Means ‘praise, verse, sacred text’ in Sanskrit

Ridhima – A person full of prosperity and loving

Rikita – A very clever and wise young woman

Rimjhim – A woman who is like a rain

Rina – Possibly from Sanskrit (rina) meaning ‘melted’

Rinku – A sweet natured person

Ripal – A compassionate and merciful love

Rishu – One who rises above others with her honesty

Rita – The name Rita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Ritika – Means either ‘movement, stream’ or ‘brass’ in Sanskrit

Ritu – Means ‘season, period’ in Sanskrit

Riya,Riya

Riya – Means ‘singer’ in Sanskrit

Rizmi – One with a big heart

Rohan

Rohana – sandalwood

Rohi – An ascending man

Romil – One who is renowned in the lands

Roopini – A girl who is beutiful and pretty

Roshini – A lightess and brightess

Roshni – From Hindi and Marathi (raushani) meaning ‘light, brightness’, ultimately of Persian origin

Rua – One perfect as a Goddess Parvati

Rucha – A woman who is full of light and brightness

Ruchira – A brifht woman who has great taste

Ruchita – A woman who is pleasing

Ruhan – A spiritual and kind-hearted one

Ruhani – A spiritual, divine person

Ruhi – One with a beutiful soul

Rukm – One who is decorated with gold

Rukmi – A name of Lord Krishna

Rukmini – A woman adorned, decorated with gold

Rupa – Means ‘shape, form’ in Sanskrit

Rupali – A woman who is the most beautiful of all

Hindi girl names starting with S

Sagara – Ocean

Sakari – Sweet

Sakshi – Means ‘witness’ in Sanskrit

Sameera – Alternate transcription of Telugu or Marathi/Hindi (see SAMIRA (2))

Samira – Feminine form of SAMIR (2)

Sandya – sunset time, name of a god

Sania – The name Sania is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Saniya – Dazzling, brilliant

Saniyah – Pearl or Radiant or Brilliant

Sanjana – Means ‘uniting, joining’ in Sanskrit

Sanjna – Wife of the sun

Sany – Born on Sunday

Sara

Sarama – Quick

Sarika – From a Sanskrit word referring to a type of thrush (species Turdus salica) or myna bird (species Gracula religiosa)

Sarisha – charming

Sarita – Means ‘flowing’ in Sanskrit

Satyavati – true

Savarna – Same color, possibly daughter of the ocean

Savita – The name Savita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘sun’.

Savitari – Daughter of Ashvapati

Seema – Alternate transcription of Hindi/Marathi (see SIMA (2))

Sena – The name Sena is a girl’s name of Arabic, Hindi, African origin meaning ‘this world’s beauty or grace, army, to praise, bringing heaven to earth’.

Sesha – serpent who symbolizes time

Shabu – Woman calm like the dewdrop

Shaili – A woman with great style

Shaira – A princess of poetry

Shakti – Divine woman, the Hindu goddess who controls time and destruction

Shalakha – A name of the Goddess Parvati

Shamayla – She is a dark beauty

Shanata – peaceful

Shankha – A woman who is like a white conch

Shantha – peace, name of a god

Shanti – Means ‘quiet, peace, tranquility’ in Sanskrit

Shantiv – To be in a peacefu, state

Shanu – A fiery woman

Sharda – Name of the Goddess Saraswati

Shardambha – A name of the Goddess Saraswati

Shashi – Traditional name for the moon, it literally means ‘having a hare’ in Sanskrit. This is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form

Shasti – Goddess of childbirth

Sheela – Alternate transcription of SHILA

Shikha – Means ‘crest, peak’ in Sanskrit

Shiksha – One who educatias herself

Shilpa – The name Shilpa is a girl’s name of Hindi, Sanskrit origin meaning ‘ornament, work of art’.

Shirina – A woman dark as a night

Shivani – The name Shivani is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘life and death’.

Shobha – Derived from Sanskrit (shobha) meaning ‘brilliance’

Shravya – One whose vice is like a musical tone

Shreya – Means ‘superior, best’ in Sanskrit

Shreyaj – A woman who is very auspicious and lucky

Shrilaxmi – A godess of money, a wealth

Shubhadra – The name Shubhadra is a girl’s name of Hindi origin.

Shulini – A name of the Goddess Durga

Shutradevi – The name of Goddess Saraswati

Shweta – Means ‘white’ in Sanskrit

Siddhashrama – Mystical hermitage

Siddhika – A person who atains

Silpa – A woman with good proportions

Sima – Means ‘boundary, limit’ in Sanskrit

Sitara – The moming star

Smarta – A name of the movement in Hinduism

Sneha – Means ‘love, tenderness’ in Sanskrit

Soma – Moon

Sona – Means ‘gold’ in Hindi, derived from Sanskrit (suvarna) meaning literally ‘good colour’

Sonakshi – Golden-eyed

Sonal – From Hindi (sona), Marathi (son) or Gujarati (sonum) meaning ‘gold’, all derived from Sanskrit (suvarna) meaning literally ‘good colour’

Soni – A golden ad pretty, but wise woman

Subhadra – The name Subhadra is a girl’s name of Hindi origin.

Suchi – Radiant

Sudarshana – Feminine form of SUDARSHAN

Suma – Flower

Suman – Means ‘well-disposed, good mind’, derived from the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ combined with (manas) meaning ‘mind’

Suniti – Means ‘good conduct’ from the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ combined with (niti) meaning ‘guidance, moral conduct’

Suria – The name Suria is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘sun god’.

Susmita – The name Susmita is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘beautiful smile’.

Swarna – Means ‘good colour’ or ‘golden’, a contraction of the Sanskrit prefix (su) meaning ‘good’ and (varna) meaning ‘colour’. This is a transcription of both the masculine form and the feminine form

Swati – From the Indian name of the third brightest star in the night sky, called Arcturus in the western world

Hindi girl names starting with T

Tanu – Means ‘slender’ in Sanskrit

Tanvi – Means ‘slender woman’ in Sanskrit

Tara – Star

Tarana – The name Tarana is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘born during the day’.

Taruna – A youthful girl

Tilika – An auspicious mark or symbol

Tinkal – A butterfly, beautiful butterfly

Tira – In Hebrew it means encampment. In Hindi it means an arrow

Tisya – An auspicious star from the sky

Tisyha – A star from the sky

Tithi – A lunar date or day or moment

Titli – A butterfly, colourful butterfly

Toral – A Heroine (folk)

Toula – In Greek it means Light. In Hindi its is a Astrological sign

Trariti – An agile or a swift person, Goddess Durga

Trayathi – The divine protection from the Lord

Triaksha – One who has the third eye, Goddess Durga

Triambika – The Goddess of three moon, Goddess Parvati

Trijagati – One who has the three powers, Goddess Parvati

Tripurasundari – The beautification of three cities

Triputa – The Goddess of satisfaction

Trisha – God of fever

Trishalana – A river or water stream from heaven

Trishanna – the three moments

Trishara – The desire or thirst

Trishika – One who is with pitchfork, Goddess Laxmi

Trishima – The owner of three boundaries

Trishna – Means ‘thirst, desire’ in Sanskrit

Trishona – One who is with thrice sweetness

Trishulini – One ho carries a pitchfork, Goddess Laxmi

Trishva – One who can line in all the three worlds

Triti – A moment of time

Trivani – The conglomeration of three rivers

Triya – The third or the walking on three paths

Tula – The name Tula is a girl’s name of Hindi, Kiswahili, Choctaw origin meaning ‘mountain peak, a Libra, or to be tranquil’.

Tulshi – Refers to a divine herb or spiritual parsley.

Tulsi – The name Tulsi is a girl’s name of Hindi, Hindu origin meaning ‘basil’.

Hindi girl names starting with U

Upasana – Means ‘worship, devotion’ in Sanskrit

Hindi girl names starting with V

Valarie – King of the demons

Varsha – The name Varsha is a girl’s name of Hindi origin meaning ‘rain’.

Vasuda – Means ‘granting wealth’ in Sanskrit. This is another name of the earth

Vasudha – Means ‘producer of wealth’ in Sanskrit, used to refer to the earth

Vasundhara – Means ‘possessor of wealth’ in Sanskrit, used to refer to the earth

Veda – sacred knowledge

Vedia – Vital force

Vega – Eternal laws

Violet – Happy girl

Vivianne – Wise

Vrinda – divine virtue and strength

Hindi girl names starting with Y

Yanamaria – God of death and time in Brahmanism

Yashashvi – One who has the blessing of the lord on herself.

Yashila – Famous and popular

Yashita – Fame and popularity.

Yasiman – Hindi variation of Jasmine, origin meaning gift from God’, ‘jasmine flower’, ‘jasmine flower’.

Yasmine – Jasmine

Yedidah

Yema – Our joy

Yousha – A young girl

Hindi girl names starting with Z

Zahara

Zeel – Waterfall