Sanskrit Baby Names

Top Sanskrit Baby Names 2016

Rank Name
1 Abha
2 Jai
3 Karma
4 Amala
5 Chetana
6 Opal
7 Aditi
8 Akash
9 Devi
10 Jaiman
11 Kali
12 Priya
13 Vada
14 Amar
15 Ananda
16 Bodhi
17 Tanaya
18 Akhila
19 Aravind
20 Chandra
21 India
22 Mala
23 Nalini
24 Nanda
25 Aishwarya
26 Amit
27 Amita
28 Amrita
29 Anand
30 Anandi
31 Anila
32 Chetan
33 Deo
34 Deodan
35 Kamini
36 Kanta
37 Lavanya
38 Madhuri
39 Manisha
40 Nila
41 Nirvana
42 Nisha
43 Pallavi
44 Riya
45 Shanta
46 Veda
47 Vena
48 Agni
49 Ajit
50 Akhil
51 Amrit
52 Anil
53 Anish
54 Ankita
55 Anuja
56 Beryl
57 Dev
58 Deval
59 Devika
60 Drisana
61 Gautama
62 Gotam
63 Ila
64 Indira
65 Kalpana
66 Kapila
67 Kashi
68 Kaur
69 Kavita
70 Kunala
71 Lata
72 Laxman
73 Malati
74 Mitul
75 Mridula
76 Mukta
77 Nandini
78 Nandita
79 Neelam
80 Neha
81 Nilima
82 Nishant
83 Padma
84 Pallab
85 Pallav
86 Prema
87 Shreya
88 Uday
89 Yogi
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Rank Name
11 Kali
12 Priya
13 Vada
14 Amar
15 Ananda
16 Bodhi
17 Tanaya
18 Akhila
19 Aravind
20 Chandra

Represented by yoga chants and the mystical sound of Om, Sanskrit is considered an official language for Hindu rituals and Buddhist hymns and mantras. The naming tradition of Sanskrit origin is as classical as the language itself.

Sanskrit Background

Sanskrit is one of the 22 Indian languages, currently spoken by 14,000 people in some villages and regions in Greater India, mainly in the state of Uttarakhand. Despite the low number of native speakers, it is still considered the liturgical language of Hinduism, used during Hindu religious rituals, and the scholarly language of Buddhism, used in Buddhist hymns and mantras. In its both forms, Vedic and Classical, Sanskrit has always been a prominent language of literature, poetry, drama, science and philosophy. Due to the low

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