Saturday, 10 November 2018

Top 150 Unique Indian Baby Boy Names with Meaning.

Top 150 Unique Indian Baby Boy Names with Meaning.

Top 150 Unique Indian Baby Boy Names with Meaning.
Saturday, 10 November 2018
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Anirudh -Derived from the Sanskrit word Aniruddha, it means uncontrollable or without restraint.
Aakesh- It means Lord of the Sky. Alternatively, you can also use it as Akash.
Aarush -It is another name for winter sun
Aayush -It means lineage
Abhik -Derived from Sanskrit, the word means brave or fearless. Another variant of the same name is Abheek.
Akarsh- It is used to describe something that is divine
Anish -With Sanskrit origins, this name means supreme, having connections with Lord Krishna and Vishnu. It can also mean sun god.

Aniruddh- It means boundless or something without limits.
Apurva- Comes from the Sanskrit word Apurva meaning unique or one of a kind. It is also a performative element of Vedanta philosophy.
Aswad- This has Arabic origins and means black.
Arihant- This is Prakrit as well as Sanskrit word meaning conqueror. The conquering if oriented towards the inner vices such as anger, greed, jealousy and attachment.
Bhadrak -It is derived from Sanskrit and has multiple meanings attached to it such as handsome, good or virtuous.
Bhavin -It means someone who is always a winner.
Bodhi -It is derived from Sanskrit as well as the ancient Pali language. It means awakening, enlightenment or to become aware.
Chaitya- It means temple, sanctuary or prayer hall. It is often used to describe the above in Buddhism.
Chayan -Derived from the Sanskrit word Chayana, it means to choose in preference to another.
Chinmay- This is used to describe someone who is knowledgeable. It is also the name of Lord Ganesha.
Chirag -It means lamp.
Daiva -It means by the grace of God.
Darshit- It means to pay respect.
Devak -It means God or divine entity.
Devansh- It means someone who is a part of God
Dhanvin -Dhanvin has an association with Lord Shiva. It also means archer.
Dhir-It means patience
Dhruv- I-t is a name that is used to signify the Pole Star.
Dhrsita- It means bold or courageous.
Divit-It means someone who has conquered death.
Doshagya- Getting inspiration from its Sanskrit word, Dosajja, it means ‘Someone who can recognize evil and stays away from it’.

Ehan -It means ‘expectations.
Eshan -It is another name for Lord Shiva
Faiyaz -It means someone who has an artistic flair.
Falak- It is used to signify the heavens above. To some, it can also mean a star.
Fanish- It is the name given to the cosmic serpent.
Gajaanan- It means someone with the face of an Elephant. It is another name, Lord Ganesha.
Gajdant- It means Elephant teeth
Gajendra- It means someone who is the King of Elephants
Gajapati- It is a name used to describe Lord Ganesha
Galav-It means the bark of a lotus Tree.
Gana -This name is associated with Lord Shiva. It means “tribe”.
Ganak- Of Sanskrit origin, this name is conferred to babies who are likely to be future intellectuals or mathematicians.
Ganga Ram- It is the name of the holiest river, Ganga
Garg- It is the name of a saint. It also means bull.
Garuda -It is the name of a large mythical bird.
Gaushik- This is one of the many but seldom used names of Gautama Buddha.
Gaurav- It means pride or honour.
Gautam- It is the first name of the Buddha
Geet- It means song or poetry.
Ghalib- It means someone who is excellent
Girilal- It means son of the mountain
Gokul- This was Lord Krishna’s home village
Gopal Das- This is used to denote someone who is the servant of Lord Krishna
Gorakh- It means someone who takes care of cows.
Goswami -It means the master of cows
Govind-It means cowherder. It was also the name of the 10th Sikh guru
Gulshan- It means a garden that is full of flowers
Hansh- It means someone who is Godlike
Harshit- It means someone filled happiness or joy
Harikiran- It means rays of God
Harsha- It draws inspiration from the Sanskrit word Harsha meaning ‘happiness’. It was also the name of a king that reigned North Indian in the 7th Century.
Himmat- It means Courage or bold-behaviour.
Hiran- It means Gold.

Hiresh- It means king of gems.
Ibhan- This is an alternate name for Lord Ganesha
Ijay- It is another name for Lord Vishnu
Indrajit- This is used to denote the Conqueror of Indra
Indranil- This is another name for Lord Shiva
Iravaj- It is used to denote someone who is born of water. It is also another name for the Love God Kaama
Ishivara- It means Lord
Kaanishk- It is the name of the transport of Lord Vishnu
Kahan- It is one of the many names of Lord Krishna
Kamada- This name finds its origins in the Mahabharata. It means giving what is wished. It is also the name of the followers of Skanda.
Kanan- It means forest
Karali- It is the name of one of the seven tongues that are possessed by the God of fire.
Kiaan- It means ancient. Some sources indicate that it also means king.
Kishen- It means black.
Kunal- It is derived from Sanskrit and means Lotus. However, it has an alternate meaning for someone with beautiful eyes. It is said that the son of Emperor Ashoka was named Kunal.
Lusha- It is another name for Saffron.
Laksh- This name means aim or destination. Some of the other variants of this name include Laskhya, Laxman and Lakhbir.
Madhavan- It is one of the names for Lord Shiva. It is also a name for Krishna.
Madhukar- It means honey bee or sometimes plainly honey. It also means lover.
Mahadev- It is a name that is reserved for Lord Shiva. It also means the greatest God
Mahin- It means the Earth
Mahit -It can be used as an honorific as it means “esteemed” or “honoured.”
Mahant- It means great
Manmohan- It means someone who has pleased Lord Krishna. An alternate meaning is that someone who has won the heart
Mayur- It means peacock
Meghnad It means someone who has conquered the sky. Alternatively, it can also mean lord of the sky.
Mitra -It means friend or someone who is close to the heart.
Motilal- It means pearl
Murali -It means flute
Nagesh- It is used to describe the cosmic serpent.
Nakul -This is the name of the 4th pandava son.
Nanda- It is another name for Goddess Durga. It is also used to denote the son of lord shiva.
Naresh- It means the lord of man
Natwar- It is the name of Lord Krishna. It also means the dancing Lord
Nidhi -It means brilliant
Nihal- It means someone who is handsome or appealing to the eye.
Nikhil- Of Sanskrit origin, it means completeness or entirety. Variants include Nikshay, Niket and Nikash.-
Niranjan- It means a night of the full moon
Omkar -It is the sacred syllable of Hindus
Ojas- It means bountiful energy
Pankaj- It means lotus flower
Param- Of Sanskrit origin, this name means ultimate, the best or supreme.
Paresh- It is the name of Lord Rama
Pavan- It means breeze
Phalgun -It is the moment of the year when the winter is over, and spring is just around the corner.
Prahlad- It means happiness
Prateek- It means symbol

Priyadarsha- It means someone/something that is nice to look at.
Purushottam-It is the name of Lord Vishnu. It also means best among men
Pushkar- It means Lotus. However, it also means sky, sun or the heavenly abode.
Rakshan- It means the protector of preservation. It is the 928th name of Lord Vishnu
Rathik- It means the rider of the chariot. Another meaning that is attributed to this is name is the capturer of the hearts of everyone who hears it
Ridhaan -It means someone who is in search of something.
Rishab- This word is used to denote someone with a high moral compass. It is also used to denote the second note of the octave.
Rodas- It means a combination of heaven and Earth
Romik- It means someone who is Interesting and also pleasant
Sahil- It means the beach or shore. It also means someone who is charming.
Saket- It is used to signify a place that is close to heaven or Ayodhya.
Sarin -It means helpful
Sayujya- It means an intimate union or merging with the the divine entity.
Shaarad- It means white lotus
Shlok- It means a song or metered phrase
Shresht- It means ‘the superior king’.
Shrut- It is the name of Lord Shiva.
Shrutin- It means ‘One who has heard’.
Siddh- It means a Fact or something that is proven.
Sujal- It means affectionate.
Suresh- It means the ruler of the gods.
Tanmay- It means someone who is slender.

Tarun It means someone who is young or tender
Trilochan- It is used to denote the three-eyed Lord.
Udai- It means to rise up. It also means a blue lotus.
Ulhas- It means joy or delight
Umang- It means enthusiasm
Umesh- It is the name of Lord Shiva. It also means the Lord of Uma
Utpal- It is used to signify a water lilly that is blossoming
Uttam- It means the best
Varenya-It means some who is the best or one who strives for excellence.
Vaydish- It means ‘Lord of Vedas’.
Viaan- It means someone who is full of life and energy
Vijay- It means someone who is victorious.
Vijna- It means someone who is wise or intelligent
Viksya- It is used to show describe someone who is astonishing. It also means an actor or dancer.
Vir- It is used to denote someone who is brave.
Viswaroopin -It means to ‘appear in various forms’.
Vivek- It means Judgement
Yash- This name means success, fame or glory.
Yashpal- It means protector of fame. It is also another name for Lord Krishna.
Yogendra- It means someone who has mastered the art of performing Yoga
Top 150 Unique Indian Baby Boy Names with Meaning.
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