Best hindu Girl names in sanskrit

Best Hindu Girls names in sanskrit because most of the Indian languages have some roots in Sanskrit. For this reason, Sanskrit names tend to work well no matter where you live in India. We cover unique Sanskrit girls names that have an interesting story/meaning behind them but you often don’t see them in everyday use.

Names start with A

आ से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Ajarā (अजरा): Ever young
  • Añjanī (अञ्जनी): (mother of Hanumān) a woman (who is fit for the application of ointments, pigments, sandal-wood-paste etc.)
  • Amalā (अमला): clear, pure, shining
  • Arjunā (अर्जुना): white, clear, made of silver
  • Arcā (अर्चा): worship, adoration
  • Avaśā (अवशा): independent, unrestrained, free
  • Aśokā (अशोका): not causing sorrow, not feeling sorrow
  • Akṣarā (अक्षरा): imperishable, unalterable
  • Amitā (अमिता): boundless, infinite
  • Aruṇā / Aruṇī (अरुणा / अरुणी): reddish, morning or dawn
  • Añjī (अञ्जी): a blessing
  • Anaghā (अनघा): sinless, faultless
  • Anantā (अनन्ता): boundless, limitless, endless
  • Anupamā (अनुपमा): incomparable, matchless, excellent
  • Aśani (अशनि): the thunderbolt, a flash of lightning
  • Ardhagaṅgā / Ardhajāhnavī (अर्धगङ्गा / अर्धजाह्नवी): half of the river Gaṅgā. (name of the river Kāverī)
  • Arundhatī (अरुन्धती): A medicinal climbing plant, the wife of seer Vasiśṭha, wife of Dharma, the little and scarcely visible star Alcor.
  • Abhirūpā (अभिरूपा): Beautiful in every sense.
  • Anvikṣā (अन्विक्षा): Search, introspection, examining, inquiry.
  • Ākāṅkṣā (आकाङ्क्षा): desire, wish.
  • Āgamitā (आगमिता): learnt, studied, ascertained.
  • Āgnikī (आग्निकी): belonging to the preparation of the sacrificial fire.
  • Āgnihotrikā (आग्निहोत्रिका): belonging to the Agnihotra sacrifice.
  • Āgnidhrā (आग्नीध्र): care of the sacred fire.
  • Āghāṭī (आघाटी): a cymbal or rattle.
  • Āṅgikā (आङ्गिका): expressed by bodily action or attitude or gestures (as dramatic sentiment, passion, and so on).
  • Ājāni (आजानि): noble birth, descent.
  • Ājñā (आज्ञा): order, command, authority, unlimited power.
  • Āñjanyā (आञ्जन्या): one whose eyes are to be anointed with ointment.
  • Āñjasī (आञ्जसी): immediate, direct, unhesitant. 
  • Ātapā (आतपा): sunshine.
  • Ātmatā (आत्मता): essence, nature.
  • Ātreyī (आत्रेयी): a female descendant of ṛṣi Atri.
  • Ādimā (आदिमा): first, prior, primitive, original.
  • Ādyā (आद्या): (name of Goddess Durgā) being at the beginning, the earth, unparalleled, unprecedented.
  • Ādṛtā (आदृता): attentive, careful, zealous.
  • Āntikā (आन्तिका): an elder sister.
  • Āryā (आर्या): (name of goddess Pārvatī) a name of a Sanskrit metre.
  • Āśā (आशा): hope.
  • Āpagā (आपगा): a river, stream.
  • Āprī (आप्री): name of a particular kind of invocation spoken previous to the offering of oblations.
  • Ābhā (आभा): splendor, light, a flash, beauty, appearance.
  • Ābhūti (आभूति): reaching, attaining, superhuman power or strength.
  • Ābherī (आभेरी): name of one of the Rāgiṇīs or modes of music.

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with I

इ से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Ikṣulā (इक्षुला): name of a river mentioned in Mahabhārata.
  • Iṅgudī (इङ्गुदी): name of a medicinal tree (Terminalia Catappa).
  • Ijyā (इज्या): one who is revered or honoured, sacrifice, making offerings to the gods or manes.
  • Iḍikā (इडिका): the earth.
  • Iṭhimikā (इठिमिका): name of a section of the Kāṭhaka recension of YajurVeda.
  • Itkilā (इत्किला): name of a perfume.
  • Indirā (इन्दिरा): name of Goddess Lakṣmī, beauty, splendour.
  • Indrāṇī (इन्द्राणी): wife of God Indra, name of Goddess Durgā, pupil of the left eye.
  • Indrajā (इन्द्रजा): descended from Indra.
  • Indukalā (इन्दुकला): a digit of the moon.
  • Invagā (इन्वगा): name of the constellation (Nakṣatra) Mṛgaśīrṣa.
  • Ibhoṣaṇā (इभोषणा): a kind of aromatic plant.
  • Irā (इरा): any drinkable fluid, enjoyment, refreshment, name of an Apsaras, the Earth, name of the Goddess of Speech i.e. Sarasvatī.
  • Irikā (इरिका): name of a plant.
  • Ilavilā (इलविला): name of daughter of Tṛṇabindu (wife of Viśravas and mother of Kubera).
  • Ilā (इला): speech, the earth, flow.
  • Ilinā (इलिना): name of the daughter of Yama.
  • Ilvakā (इल्वका): the five stars in Orion’s head.
  • Ityā (इत्या): going, stepping forward.
  • Iśīkā (इशिका): the stem or stalk of grass used as an arrow, an elephant’s eyeball.
  • Iṣṭi (इष्टि): impulse, acceleration, invitation, order.
  • Īṣā (ईषा): the pole or shafts of a carriage or plough, a particular measure.
  • Īhitā (ईहीता): sought, striven for, wished or desired.
  • Īhā (ईहा): effort, exertion, activity.
  • Īvatī (ईवाती): magnificent, large, going or moving.

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with U

उ से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Ukti (उक्ति): proclamation, expression, a worthy speech or word.
  • Ugrasenī (उग्रसेनी): name of wife of Akrūra.
  • Ucitā (उचिता): delightful, pleasurable, agreeable.
  • Ujjiti (उज्जिति): victory.
  • Ujjeśā (उज्जेशा): victorious.
  • Ujjvalā (उज्ज्वला): Blazing, shining, splendid, a form of the Jagatī metre.
  • Uḍu (उडु): a star or constellation in the moon’s path.
  • Utkaṇikā (उत्कणिका): desire, longing.
  • Utkalikā (उत्कालिका): a bud, unblown flower.
  • Utkalitā (उत्कलिता): blossoming, brilliant, bright.
  • Uttarā (उत्तरा): (daughter of king Virāṭa and daughter in law of Arjuna) the northern quarter, name of a constellation.
  • Utpalā (उत्पला): name of an ancient river.
  • Uditi (उदिति): ascending or rising of the sun, conclusion or end of a sacrifice.
  • Udgitā (उद्गिता): sung, celebrated.
  • Uddyotā (उद्द्योता): light, luster, flashing up.
  • Udbhaṭā (उद्भटा): excellent, eminent, extraordinary.
  • Unnati (उन्नति): (name of the daughter of Dakṣa, name of the wife of Garuḍa) high, eminent, sublime, noble, prosperity.
  • Umā (उमा): name of Goddess Durgā or Pārvatī.
  • Unmukhī (उन्मुखी): one who looks upwards or raising the face.
  • Upakośā (उपकोशा): name of a daughter of Upavarṣa and wife of Vararuci Kātyāyana.
  • Upamā (उपमा): uppermost, highest, eminent, comparison, resemblance, equality.
  • Upendrā (उपेन्द्रा): name of a river in ancient Sanskrit scripture.
  • Urvaśī (उर्वशी): name of an Apsaras, i.e. a celestial demi-goddess.
  • Urvī (उर्वी): the earth, spacious, extended, great.
  • Urmilā (उर्मिला): name of the younger sister of Sītā and wife of Lakṣmaṇa
  • Ulkā (उल्का): a fiery phenomenon in the sky, a meteor, fire falling from the firmament.

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with K

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Kañjikā (कञ्जिका) : the medicinal plant Siphonantus Indica (i.e bhārangi)
  • Kaṭhaśruti (कठश्रुति): name of an upaniśad (kaṭhopaniśad)
  • Kanakalatā (कनकलता )/ Kanakalatikā: (कनकलतिका): Name of a plant
  • Kanakavāhinī (कनकवाहिनी ): “gold stream”, name of a river
  • Kanā (कना)/ Kanī (कनी): a girl, a maiden (Ṛgveda)
  • Kandirī (कन्दिरी) : the sensitive plant (Marathi-लाजाळू , Hindi-छुइमुइ)
  • Kapilā (कपिला): Name of one of the daughters of Dakṣa
  • Kāmanā (कामना): Wishing for, desirous, libidinous, beautiful, desirable, lovely
  • Kamalā (कमला): Pale red, rose coloured, name of Lakṣmī
  • Kamalavadanā (कमलवदना): Lotus-faced
  • Kamalinī (कमलिनी): the lotus plant
  • Kampikā (कम्पिका): a kind of musical instrument
  • Kambhārī (कम्भारी): name of a medicinal tree
  • Karatoyā (करतोया): Name of a river in North East of Bengal [said to have originated from the water poured in the hands of Śiva at his marriage with Pārvatī and thrown by Him on the ground]
  • Karuṇā (करुणा): compassionate
  • Kalā (कला) / Kalikā (कलिका): One-sixteenth of the moon’s diameter
  • Kalinī (कलिनी) : Pulse, pea-plant
  • Kalpanā (कल्पना): creating in the mind, feigning, assuming anything to be real, fiction,
  • Kalmāṣī (कल्माषी) : name of the speckled cow of Jamadagni granting all desires, Name of the river Yamunā
  • Kalyāṇī (कल्याणी): beautiful, agreeable, illustrious, noble, generous, excellent, virtuous, good; a cow 
  • Kavitā (कविता): poetry, ornate style  
  • Kavyatā (कव्यता) : Wisdom (seen in Ṛgveda)
  • Kāṅkṣā (काङ्क्षा) : wish, desire, inclination
  • Kāṅkṣī (काङ्क्षी) : a kind of fragrant earth
  • Kāñcanī (काञ्चनी): made of / consisting of gold
  • Kātyāyanī (कात्यायनी) : The sixth (of nine) form of Durga, name of one of the two wives of Yajñavalkya
  • Kāthikī (काथिकी) : knowing stories belonging to stories
  • Kādambinī (कादम्बिनी) : a long line or bank of clouds, name of a daughter of Takshaka, Virac
  • Kādambarī (कादम्बरी) : the female of the Kokilā or Indian cuckoo; daughter of Citraratha and Madirā ; of a celebrated story by Bāṇa named after her.
  • Kānaḍā (कानडा): a particular Rāgiṇī
  • Kāpī (कापी): name of a river
  • Kāminī (कामिनी): desirous, longing after; loving, fond, impassioned; name of a metre consisting of four lines of six syllables each. 
  • Kāmyā (काम्या) : desirable, beautiful, amiable, lovely, agreeable
  • Kārotī (कारोती): name of a river
  • Kārttikī (कार्त्तिकी): the night of full moon in the month Kārttika
  • Kārpaṇī (कार्पणी) : gladness
  • Kālindī (कालिन्दी): name of a wife of Kṛṣṇa, name of the wife of Asita and the mother of Sāgara
  • Kāśī (काशी): Benaras, name of the wife of Sudeva and the mother of Supārśva
  • Kujā (कुजा) : daughter of the earth, Sītā
  • Kuṇdalikā (कुण्डलिका): name of a metre in Prakṛit poetry; a circle
  • Kuntī (कुन्ती): name of Pṛthā, wife of King Paṇḍu
  • Kundinī (कुन्दिनी): assemblage of jasmines
  • Kuvīrā (कुवीरा) : name of a river
  • Kuvalī (कुवली) : water-lily (specially the blue variety, the flower of which blooms at night)
  • Kuhā (कुहा) : name of Durgā
  • Kṛti (कृति) : the act of doing, making, performing, manufacturing, composing
  • Kṛtvī (कृत्वी) : name of the daughter of Śuka
  • Kṛttikā (कृत्तिका) : name of a constellation
  • Kṛpā (कृपा): tenderness, compassion
  • Ketakī (केतकी): the kewra flower (screw-pine)

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with G

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Gaganasindhu (गगनसिन्धु): the heavenly Gaṅgā
  • Gaṅgakā (गङ्गका): the river Gaṅgā
  • Gaṅgā (गङ्गा): swift-goer, personified as the eldest daughter of  Himavat and Menā, wife of Śantanu and the mother of Bhiśma
  • Gaṇḍinī (गण्डिनी): name of Durgā
  • Gaṇḍakī (गण्डकी): a north river flowing into Gaṅgā
  • Gadi (गदि): speech
  • Gandhakālikā (गन्धकालिका): name of an Apsarā
  • Gandhakālī (गन्धकाली): name of the mother of poet Vyāsa
  • Gandharvā (गन्धर्वा): name of Durgā
  • Gandhālī (गन्धाली): fragrant
  • Gambhīrā (गम्भीरा): name of a river, depth
  • Garmotikā (गर्मोतिका): a kind of a special grass
  • Gahanā (गहना): ornament
  • Gāthā (गाथा): epic songs and particularly those in praise of men and heroes
  • Gāyatrī (गायत्री): name of a metre
  • Gāndinī (गान्दिनी): name of the princess of Kāśī, mother of Akrura (seen in Harīvaṃśa)
  • Gārgī (गार्गी): name of a learned woman
  • Girā (गिरा): speech, voice
  • Gītā (गीता):  a song, sacred song or poem, religious doctrines declared in metrical form by an inspired sage e.g Agastya-Gītā, Bhagavadgītā [often called Gītā]
  • Gītikā (गीतिका): a short poem
  • Guñjā (गुञ्जा) / Guñjitā (गुञ्जिता): humming, buzzing, murmuring
  • Guḍikā (गुडिका): a pearl, cocoon of a silkworm, 
  • Gṛiṣṭhi (गृष्ठि): a young cow which has only one calf
  • Gaurī (गौरी): white, yellowish, reddish, pale red, brilliant Goddess, Śiva’s wife Pārvatī
  • Gaulā (गौला): Śiva’s wife Pārvatī

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with C

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Chandrā (चन्द्रा): glittering, shining like gold, having brilliance or hue of light.
  • Candrikā (चन्द्रिका): resembling moonlight.
  • Citrā (चित्रा): (one of the Indian names of constellations) excellent, bright, bright-coloured, wonderful.
  • Cevī (चेवी): a Rāgiṇī in Indian Classical music.
  • Caitrī (चैत्री): belonging to or born in the Hindu month Caitra.
  • Cārumatī (चारुमती): having a noble or pleasing mind, intelligent.
  • Cārulatā (चारुलता): as beautiful as a creeper.
  • Caṇḍikā (चण्डिका): (name of a goddess) silver, fair, precious, cooling.
  • Citralekhā (चित्रलेखा): a beautiful sketch or painting.
  • Cinmayī (चिन्मयी): Intelligent, having conscience.
  • Citrāṅgadā (चित्राङ्गदा): having brilliant bracelets.
  • Cekitānā (चेकिताना): wise, intelligent.
  • Cāruśīlā (चारुशीला): Having noble character.
  • Cārukeśī (चारुकेशी): (Name of a rāga in Carnatic music) Having beautiful hair.
  • Cetanā (चेतना): Liveliness, soul.
  • Cārvī (चार्वी): lovely, beautiful.
  • Cañcalā (चञ्चला): movable, lightning, wind, libertine.
  • Caṭukārā (चटुकारा): one who speaks to please or flatter someone.
  • Caturikā (चतुरिका): clever, skillful.
  • Canasitā (चनसिता): satisfied, gracious.
  • Candakā (चन्दका): pleasing, moonlight.
  • Campā (चम्पा): (name of a town in Aṅga region mentioned in Mahābhārata) name of a yellow- fragrant flower.
  • Caraṇī (चरणी): movable, active.
  • Carcarī (चर्चरी):musical symphony, the recitation of the scholars.
  • Cāndrī (चान्द्री): lunar, moonlight, a kind of Solanum (night-plant).
  • Cāndanī (चान्दनी): aroma of the sandalwood.

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with j

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Jaṇkarī (जङ्करी): a kind of dance
  • Jagatī (जगती): name of a metre
  • Jagadambā (जगदम्बा): the mother of the world, name of Durgā
  • Jagadātrī (जगदात्री): Sarasvatī
  • Janī (जनी): kind of a fragrant plant
  • Jantulā (जान्तुला): wild sugarcane
  • Jambhalikā (जम्भलिका): a kind of a song
  • Jayadurgā (जयदुर्गा): form of Durgā
  • Jayalekhā (जयलेखा): a record of victory
  • Jayaśrī (जयश्री): goddess of victory
  • Jāgṛti (जागृति): awareness, awakening, vigilance
  • Jānakī (जानकी): daughter of Janaka, name of Sītā
  • Jāhnavī (जाह्नवी): the Gaṇgā
  • Jigīṣā (जिगीषा): desire if conquering or being victorious
  • Jigiṣitā (जिगिषिता): wished to be obtained
  • Jitā (जिता): won, acquired, conquered
  • Jiti (जिति): gaining, obtaining, victory
  • Jitvarī (जित्वरी): overcoming, the city of Benaras
  • Jigīṣā (जिगीषा): the will to live
  • Jighṛkṣā (जिघृक्षा): wish or intention to take or seize
  • Jijīviṣā (जिजीविषा): desire to live
  • Jijñāsā (जिज्ञासा): desire of knowing
  • Jihirṣā (जिहिर्षा): desire of seizing
  • Jīvā (जीवा): living, existing, alive, healthy
  • Jīvadā (जीवदा): life-giver, a physician
  • Jīvikā (जीविका): to make a livelihood
  • Jīvitāśā (जीविताशा): hope of life, wish for life
  • Jivyā (जिव्या): life
  • Jūtikā (जूतिका): a kind of camphor
  • Joṣikā (जोषिका): a cluster of buds

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with T

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Taṭākinī (तटाकिनी): a large pond
  • Tridhā (त्रिधा): power of three goddesses
  • Tanvī (तन्वी): thin, slender, attenuated
  • Tanutā (तनुता): thinness, littleness. tenuity
  • Tapatī (तपती): ‘warming’, name of the daughter of the sun and the mother of the Kurus
  • Tapadyutī (तपद्युती): brilliant like the sun, sunshine
  • Tapasutā (तपसुता): ‘sun-daughter’, the Yamunā river
  • Tapasyā (तपस्या): produced by heat, belonging to austerity
  • Taponiṣṭhā (तपोनिष्ठा): practising austerities
  • Tamālinī (तमालिनी): place overgrown with Tamāla trees, auspicious place
  • Tampā (तम्पा): a cow
  • Taraṅgiṇī (तरङ्गिणी): river
  • Taraṅgītā (तरङ्गीता): having folds as waves
  • Taraṇī (तरणी): quick, untired, energetic
  • Taraṇīvallī (तरणीवल्ली): Himalayan balsam
  • Tarikā (तरिका): the skin in hot milk
  • Taritā (तरिता): leader
  • Taralā (तरला): glittering
  • Taravī (तरवी): quadrature
  • Tarupaṅkti (तरुपङ्क्ति): a row of trees
  • Talinā (तलिना): thin, fine
  • Taviṣī (तविषी): power, strength, courage, name of the daughter of Indra
  • Tātparyā (तात्पर्या): devoting oneself, aim
  • Tādurī (तादुरी): swimmer
  • Tāpanī (तापनी): illuminating
  • Tārakāṇī (तारकणी): starry night
  • Tārā (तारा): star
  • Tāviśī (ताविशी): moon
  • Titikṣā (तितिक्षा): endurance, forbearance, patience, daughter of Dakṣa
  • Titirṣā (तितिर्षा): desire of final emancipation
  • Tithi (तिथि): a lunar day
  • Tinikā (तिनिका): jowar
  • Timilā (तिमिला): name of a musical instrument
  • Tilottamā (तिलोत्तमा): name of an Apsaras
  • Tīvrā (तीव्रा): strong, severe, intense
  • Tuṅgā ( तुङ्गा): name of a metre, river in Mysore
  • Tuḍī (तुडी): name of a Rāgiṇī
  • Turvaṇī (तुर्वणी): overpowering, victorious
  • Tulasī (तुलसी): the holy basil
  • Tuṣṭi (तुष्टि): satisfaction, contentment, daughter of Dakṣa
  • Tūtumī (तूतुमी): strong
  • Tūrtā (तूर्ता):quick, expeditious
  • Tūlā (तुला): a lamp wick
  • Tṛpti (तृप्ति): satisfaction, gladden, contentment
  • Tṛṣā (तृषा) /Tṛṣṇā (तृष्णा): thirst
  • Toḍikā (तोडिका): name of a Rāgiṇī
  • Totilā (तोतिला): a form of Durgā
  • Toṣaṇī (तोषणी): satisfying, gratifying
  • Tviṣā (त्विषा): light, splendour
  • Tvaṣṭī (त्वष्टी): Durgā
  • Tviṣī (त्विषी): vehemence, energy

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with D

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Dakṣatā (दक्षता): skilled. talented
  • Dadhivārī (दधिवारी): an ocean
  • Danu (दनु): daughter of Dakṣa
  • Danumāyā (दनुमाया): made of ivory
  • Dabhrā (दभ्रा): little, small
  • Damanī (दमनी): subduing, overpowering
  • Damayantī (दमयन्ती): subduing (men), name of Nala’s wife
  • Dayā (दया): sympathy, compassion
  • Darpitā (दर्पिता): made proud
  • Darśayāminī (दर्शयामिनी): the new moon light
  • Darśatā (दर्शता): conspicuous, beautiful
  • Dalajā (दलजा): born from petals
  • Dahanī (दहनी): burning, consuming by fire
  • Dāyikā (दायिका): giving, granting, bestowing, imparting
  • Dārikā (दारिका): maiden, damsel
  • Dārbhī (दार्भी): made of Darbha grass
  • Dārśikī (दार्शिकी): relating to the new moon
  • Diti (दिति): name of Dakṣa’s daughter and Kaśyapa’s wife
  • Ditsā (दित्सा): desire, intention of giving
  • Didivi (दिदिवि): the sky
  • Didṛkṣā (दिदृक्षा): desire of seeing
  • Diddā (दिद्दा): name of the princess of Kashmir
  • Didhi (दिधि): firmness, stability
  • Divyā (दिव्या): divine, heavenly, celestial
  • Divyākṛti (दिव्याकृति): very beautiful
  • Digaṅganā (दिगङ्गना): a quarter of the sky deified as a young girl
  • Diśā (दिशा): direction
  • Diṣṭi (दिष्टि): direction
  • Dīti (दीति): splendour, brightness
  • Dīkṣā (दीक्षा): preparation or consecration for a religious ceremony
  • Dīdhiti (दीधिति): brightness, splendour, light, ray
  • Dīpaśikhā (दीपशिखा): flame of a lamp
  • Dīpā (दीपा): lamp
  • Dīpālī (दीपाली): row of lights
  • Dīpikā (दीपिका): light, lamp, lantern
  • Dīpinī (दीपिनी): a mystical formula
  • Dīpti (दीप्ति): brightness, light, splendour, beauty
  • Dīrghikā (दीर्घिका): an oblong lake/pond
  • Dumatī (दुमती): name of a river
  • Durgā (दुर्गा): the inaccessible, terrific Goddess, name of wife of Himavat, wife Śiva
  • Durvā (दुर्वा): darbha grass, holy grass
  • Dūlikā (दूलिका) the indigo plant
  • Dṛṣṭi (दृष्टि): seen, looked at, perceived, vision
  • Devālā (देवाला): name of a Rāgiṇī
  • Deśanā (देशना): direction, instruction
  • Devahuti (देवहुति): daughter of Manu
  • Dehalī (देहली): the threshold of a door
  • Dyuti (द्युति): splendour
  • Draupadī (द्रौपदी): daughter of king Drupada and the wife of Pāṇḍavas
  • Dvijāmbā (द्विजाम्बा): name of a princess

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with Dh

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Dhanashrī (धनश्री): goddess of wealth
  • Dhanāshrī (धनाश्री): a Rāgiṇī
  • Dharā (धरा): bearing, supporting, a form of Sarasvatī
  • Dharaṇī (धरणी): bearing, supporting, the world, the earth
  • Dharitrī (धरित्री): the mother earth
  • Dhavanī (धवनी): name of a medicinal plant
  • Dhaniṣṭhā (धनिष्ठा): residing in wealth, a constellation
  • Dhanuṣmatī (धनुष्मती): armed with a bow
  • Dhanavāna (धनवान्): treasure of the jungle
  • Dhanvī (धन्वी): wealthy
  • Dhanyā (धन्याP: virtuous
  • Dharaṇīsutā (धरणीसुता): daughter of earth, name of Sītā
  • Dhārā (धारा): glory, excellence
  • Dhitā (धिता): bestowed, satisfied, pleased
  • Dhītā (धीता): thoughts, meditation
  • Dhiṣṇyā (धिष्ण्या): mindful, attentive
  • Dhītī (धीती): thought, idea
  • Dhītikā (धीतिका): layer
  • Dhīrā (धीरा): steady, constant, firm
  • Dhīrāvī (धीरावी): name of a plant
  • Dhīlaṭī (धीलटी): daughter
  • Dhuṅkṣā (धुङ्क्षा): a kind of a bird
  • Dhūtā (धूता): name of a river
  • Dhūmrikā (धूम्रिका): Sheesham i.e the Indian Rosewood
  • Dhūlikā (धूलिका): pollen grains
  • Dhiṣaṇā (धिषणा): knowledge, intelligence
  • Dhṛtaratī (धृतरती): speech, praise
  • Dhṛtī (धृति): firmness, daughter of Dakṣa
  • Dhruvaratnā (ध्रुवरत्ना): imperishable jewel
  • Dhūmrā (धूम्रा): daughter of Dakṣa, name of Durgā
  • Dhumravarṇā (धूम्रवर्णा): smoke coloured
  • Dhūmalā (धूमला): purple coloured (brownish red)
  • Dhūminī: (धूमिनी) smoky
  • Dhūmorṇā (धूमोरणा): fire
  • Dhruvī (ध्रुवी): firmly fixed
  • Dhenā (धेना) wife of Bṛhaspati, speech, voice
  • Dhautī (धौती): a kind of penance
  • Dhautrī (धौत्री): spring, rivulet
  • Dhvaṣṭī (ध्वष्टी): ceasing
  • Dhvarā (ध्वरा): bending, adjustable

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with N

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Nakhālī (नखाली): a small shell
  • Nandanā (नन्दना): rejoicing, gladdening
  • Nandantī (नन्दन्ती): rejoicing, gladdening
  • Nandā (नन्दा): name of a Tirtha
  • Nandinī (नन्दिनी): a kind of metre
  • Naptṛkā (नप्तृका): a species of bird
  • Nabhaḥsindhu (नभःसिन्धु): celestial Gaṅgā
  • Nabhascārī (नभश्चारी): aerial, celestial
  • Nayanā/ī (नयना/नी): the pupil of the eye
  • Narmadā (नर्मदा): ̍pleasure-giver̍, name of a river
  • Narmarā (नर्मरा): a valley
  • Nalinī (नलिनी): a lotus
  • Navikā (नविका): new, fresh, young, novice
  • Naviṣṭhī (नविष्ठी): a song of praise
  • Navyā (नव्या): to be praised, laudable
  • Nāyikā (नायिका): a noble lady
  • Nārikī (नारिकी): spiritual
  • Nāracikā (नारचिका): a kind of metre
  • Nālinī (नालिनी): a mystic
  • Nicikī (निचिकी): an excellent cow
  • Nicitā (निचिता):covered, flowing down, name of a a river in ancient India
  • Nityā (नित्या): innate, native
  • Nidhyaptī (निध्यप्ती): reflection, philosophical meditation
  • Ninīṣā (निनीषा): desire of bringing
  • Nimiṣā (निमिषा): twinkling of the eye
  • Nirājitā (निराजिता): illuminated
  • Niriṅgiṇī (निरिङ्गिणी): a veil
  • Nirañjanā (निराञ्जना): spotless, pure, the day of the full moon, name of Durgā
  • Nirukti (निरुक्ति): etymological interpretation of a word
  • Nirupti (निरुप्ति): offering
  • Nirupitī (निरूपिती): statenment, definition
  • Nirulatā (निरुलता): a vine that grows in water
  • Nirebhā (निरेभा): soundless, noiseless
  • Nirgunṭī (निर्गुण्टी): the root of lotus
  • Nirmiti (निर्मिति): formation, creation, making
  • Nirmimitsā (निर्मिमित्सा): desire of creating
  • Nirminoti (निर्मिनोति): to make by miracle
  • Niryūhā (निर्यूहा): a crest, a head ornament
  • Niśā (निशा): night, a vision, a dream
  • Niśitā (निशिता): night
  • Niṣṭhā (निष्ठा): firmness, attachment, devotion
  • Nīlā (नीला): the indigo plant
  • Nīlāñjanā (नीलाञ्जना): antimony, lightning
  • Nīlimā (नीलिमा): blue
  • Nīlinī (नीलिनी): the indigo plant
  • Nupurā (नूपुरा): an ornament for the toes, angles or feet
  • Nediṣṭhā (नेदिष्ठा): near
  • Nehā (नेहा): loving, affectionate
  • Nūtanā (नूतना): recent, now, young, fresh
  • Naulī (नौली): a kind of self penance

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with P

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Pañjikā (पञ्जिका): a perpetual commentary which explains and analyses every word
  • Paṇḍā (पण्डा): wisdom, knowledge, learning
  • Patākā (पताका): a flag, banner
  • Patañcikā (पञ्चिका): the bow string
  • Padmākṣī (पद्माक्षी): lotus eyed
  • Padminī (पद्मिनी): a multitude of lotuses
  • Panitā (पनिता): admired, praised
  • Paniṣṭī (पनिष्टी): admiration, praise
  • Parādevī (परादेवी): a particular form of Devī
  • Pariciti (परिचिति): acquaintance, familiarity, intimacy
  • Parijñya (परिज्ञा): to notice, observe, understand, knowledge
  • Pariṇītā (परिणीता): married
  • Parimā (परिमा): measure, periphery
  • Pariśobhitā (परिशोभिता): beautiful, adorned
  • Paroṣṭī (परोष्टी): name of a river
  • Parokṣī (परोक्षी): beyond perception
  • Paryutsukā (पर्युत्सुका): very excited
  • Palakṣī (पलक्षी): white
  • Pahlikā (पह्लिका): water lettuce, shell flower
  • Pāñcālī (पाञ्चाली): princess of Pañcāla, name of Draupadī
  • Patalī (पातली): pale red, pink
  • Pāḍinī (पादिनी): an earthen pot
  • Pārvatī (पार्वती): a mountain stream, wife of Śiva
  • Pārṣikā (पार्षिका): metron, name of a woman
  • Pālikā (पालिका): the tip of the ear, the edge, boundary
  • Pāvanī (पावनी): purifying, purificatory
  • Pāvīravī (पावीरवी): daughter of lightning
  • Pipāsā (पिपासा): thirst
  • Pilpilā (पिल्पिला): name of Goddess Lakṣmi
  • Piyuśā (पियूषा): nectar drop
  • Piyūkṣā (पियुक्षा): species of a tree
  • Pīlā (पीला): name of an Apsaras
  • Puṇyā (पुण्या): auspicious, fair, good, right, virtuous, meritorious
  • Pūpuṣā (पूपुषा): wish or desire to cleanse or purify
  • Puralā (पुरला): name of Durgā
  • Puravī (पुरवी): a Rāgiṇi in music
  • Purvaṇikā (पुर्वणिका): variously manifested
  • Puṣitā (पुषिता): nourished, nurtured
  • Puṣkarā (पुष्करा): the tip of an elephant’s trunk, water, the sky, heaven, an arrow, the blade or the sheath of a sword, the art of dancing
  • Puṣpitā (पुष्पिता): flowered, bearing flowers, blooming, in bloom
  • Pūtā (पूता): cleaned, purified, pure, clear, bright
  • Pūjā (पूजा): honor, worship, respect, reverence, veneration, homage to superiors
  • Pūrṇimā (पूर्णिमा): the night or day of full moon
  • Pṛkti (पृक्ति): touch, contact
  • Pṛthā (पृथा): Kuntī, wife of Paṇḍu, mother of Karṇa (before marriage) and of Yudhiṣṭhira, Bhīma, Arjuna
  • Pṛṣṭi (पृष्टि): touch, a ray of light
  • Perā (पेरा): a kind of musical instrument
  • Poyā (पोया): a kind of wind instrument
  • Paulomī (पौलोमी): name of the wife of Indra, investigation, examination
  • Praciti (प्रचिति): investigation, examination
  • Praṇālī (प्रणाली): a channel
  • Pritā (प्रीता): pleased, delighted, satisfied, joyful, glad
  • Prīti (प्रीति): pleasure, joy, gladness, satisfaction, affection, love
  • Prekṣā (प्रेक्षा): seeing, viewing, beholding, regarding, looking on
  • Pluti (प्लुति): a leap, a jump

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with B

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Bakulamālā (बकुलमाला): a garland of Bakula flowers
  • Bakulitā (बकुलिता): furnished with Bakula trees or flowers
  • Badarikā (बदरिका): the fruit or berry of the jujube
  • Bandhurā (बन्धुरा): curved, rounded, pleasant, beautiful, charming
  • Bahalā (बहला): thick, dense, compact, firm, solid
  • Bahulā (बहुला): a cow, the indigo plant
  • Bāgeśrī (बागेश्री): name of a Rāgiṇī
  • Bimbinī (बिम्बिनी): the pupil of the eye
  • Bisinī (बिसिनी): a lotus
  • Buddhikārī (बुद्धिकारी): name of a princess
  • Budhitā (बुधिता): known, understood
  • Budhilā (बुधिला): wise, learned
  • Bubhutsā (बुभुत्सा): desire to know, curiosity about
  • Bodhikā (बोधिका): awakening, arousing
  • Bṛhatī (बृहती): a particular meter of 36 syllables
  • Bekurā (बेकुरा): a voice, a sound
  • Brāhmī (ब्राह्मी): holy, devout

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with Bh

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Bhadrikā (भद्रिका): good, brave, beautiful
  • Bhadrā (भद्रा): blessed, auspicious, prosperous, happy
  • Bhakti (भक्ति): devotion
  • Bhāriṇī (भारिणी) nourishes, full
  • Bhavayānī (भवयानी): coming from Śiva, Gaṅgā
  • Bhavānī (भवानी): name of a Goddess identified in later times with Pārvatī, wife of Śiva, in pacific and amiable form
  • Bhavyā (भव्या): being, existing, present
  • Bhāti (भाति): light, splendour, perception, knowledge
  • Bhānavī (भानवी): a kind of pace
  • Bhānutā (भानुता): state of being the sun
  • Bhāgīrathī (भागीरथी): name of Gaṇgā
  • Bhāratī (भारती): a female descendent of Bharata, name of a deity later identified with Sarasvatī
  • Bhavānī (भवानी): displaying, manifesting
  • Bhavanā (भावना): the act of producing
  • Bhāvikī (भाविकी): actually being or existing, real, natural
  • Bhāsvara (भास्वर): shining, light, brilliant
  • Bhīmā (भीमा): tremendous, terrific
  • Bhīmodarī (भीमोदारी): name of Umā
  • Bhukti (भुक्ति): enjoyment
  • Bhuśandī (भूषन्डी): kind of a weapon
  • Bhuvā (भुवा): atmosphere
  • Bhūdhatrī (भूधात्री): earth mother
  • Bhūtā (भूता): actually happened
  • Bhūtika (भूतिका): species of a plant
  • Bhūti (भूति): existence
  • Bhūmi (भूमि): the earth, soil, ground
  • Bhūmikā (भूमिका): the earth, soil, ground, in drama – part/ character, in Yoga – degree, step
  • Bhūvarī (भूवरी): name of a goddess
  • Bhūṣā (भूषा): ornament, decoration
  • Bhṛṅgamārī (भ्रङ्गमारी): name of a flower
  • Bhṛṣṭi (भृष्टि): spike, point
  • Bhairavī (भैरवी): a particular form of Durgā
  • Bhomirā (भोमिरा): coral
  • Bhaulī (भौली): name of a Rāga
  • Bhrānti (भ्रान्ति): wandering or roaming about
  • Bhrājakī (भ्राजकी): causing to shine, making bright
  • Bhrāji (भ्राजि): splendour, lustre
  • Bhrādinī (भ्रादिनी): a particular Śruti in music

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with M

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Makarikā (मकरिका): a particular head dress
  • Makarandikā (मकरन्दिका): name of a particular metre
  • Maghā (मघा): name of a Nakṣatra (regarded as the wife of moon), name of the wife of Śiva
  • Maṅgalā (मङ्गला): auspicious, bliss
  • Maṅgalacandī (मङ्गलचण्डी) /Maṅgalacandikā (मङ्गलचण्डिका): name of Durgā
  • Macacarcikā (मचचर्चिका): excellence
  • Mañjarī (मञ्जरी): cluster of flowers
  • Mañjarikā (मञ्जरिका): cluster of flowers, name of a princess
  • Mañjiṣṭhā (मञ्जिष्ठा): very bright
  • Mañju (मञ्जु): beautiful, loving, charming, pleasant, sweet
  • Mañjūṣā (मञ्जूषा): a box, chest, case, basket
  • Maṭatī (माटती): hail
  • Maṇikarṇikā (मणिकर्णिका): an ear-ornament consisting of pearls or jewels, name of a sacred pool in Benares
  • Mattalikā (मत्तलिका): anything excellent of its kind
  • Matsyodarī (मत्स्योदरी): sprung from the fish name of Satyavatī
  • Madantikā (मदन्तिका): a particular Śruti in music
  • Madayantikā (मदयन्तिका): arabian jasmine
  • Madhunī (मधुनी): a species of shrub
  • Madhurā (मधुरा): melodious,mellifluous
  • Madhulikā (मधुलिका): black mustard
  • Madhurāhuti (मधुराहुति): a sacrificial offering consisting of honey and other sweet things
  • Mati (मति): devotion, prayer, worship, hymn, sacred utterance (in Ṛgveda) ; thought, design, intention, resolution, determination
  • Manastuṣṭi (मनस्तुति): satisfaction of mind, heart’s content
  • Manastokā (मनस्तोका): name of Durgā
  • Manasā (मनसा): name of a particular goddess relating to Prakṛti
  • Manā (मना): devotion, attachment, zeal, eagerness
  • Manīṣā (मनीषा): thought, reflection, consideration, wisdom, intelligence, conception, idea
  • Manīṣkā (मनीष्का) wisdom, intelligence
  • Mantrāvalī (मन्त्रावली): a series of sacred texts
  • Mantrikā (मन्त्रिका): name of an Upaniṣad
  • Mandālinī (मन्दालिनी): flowing slowly, name of Gaṅgā
  • Maricikā (मरीचिका): a mirage
  • Maryā (मर्या): something clear or shining
  • Marṣikā (मर्षिका): a kind of metre
  • Mahimā (महिमा): greatness
  • Mahiṣṭhā (महिष्ठा): greatest, largest
  • Mahiyā (महिया): joyousness, happiness
  • Mahikā (महिका)/Mihikā (मिहिका): mist, frost
  • Maghvanī (मघ्वनी): ruled by Indra
  • Mādhvī (माधवी): sweet
  • Mādhurī (माधुरी): sweetness, loveliness
  • Mānyā (मान्या): worthy of honour, respectable
  • Mālatī (मालती): jasmine, white flowers which bloom towards the evening
  • Micitā (मिचिता): name of a river
  • Mitokti (मितोक्ति): moderate speech
  • Milikā (मिलिका): black brass
  • Mukulitā (मुकुलिता): budded, full of blossoms
  • Muktā (मुक्ता): liberated, emancipated, an ornament made of strings of pearls
  • Muktāvalī (मुक्तावली): a pearl necklace
  • Mukti (मुक्ति): setting or becoming free, release, liberation
  • Mumukṣā (मुमुक्षा): desire of liberation
  • Mudā (मुदा): pleasure, joy, gladness
  • Muditā (मुदित): delighted, joyful, glad, rejoicing
  • Mugdhā (मुग्धा): inexperienced, simple, innocent, artless, attractive or charming
  • Mṛgaṇā (मृगणा): seeking, research
  • Mṛḍā (मृदा): showing compassion, wife of Śiva
  • Mṛṇālinī (मृणालिनी): a lotus plant or a group of lotuses
  • Mṛtsā (मृत्सा)/Mṛtsnā (मृत्स्ना): good soil, earth
  • Mṛdvikā (मृद्विका): a vine, a bunch of grapes
  • Mṛdvī (मृद्वी): a delicate woman
  • Mṛṇmayī (मृण्मयी): name of Sītā
  • Medhā (मेधा): mental vigour or power, intelligence, prudence, wisdom

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with Y

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Yajā (याजा): name of a female tutelary being (mentioned with Sitā, Śamā and Bhūti).
  • Yajñaśrī (यज्ञश्री): promoting sacrifice.
  • Yatitā (यतिता): striven, endeavoured, attempted.
  • Yatavratā (यतव्रता): observing vows, firm of purpose.
  • Yamī (यामी): twin-born, forming a pair. (sister of deity of death, according to Indian Mythology, i.e. Yama).
  • Yamanī (यमनी): restraining, governing, binding, typing.
  • Yamalā (यमला): name of a Tantra deity, of a river.
  • Yamunā (यमुना): name of a river commonly called the Jamunā or Jumnā.
  • Yavakṣā (यवक्षा): name of a river mentioned in ancient scriptures.
  • Yaśadā (यशदा): bestowing fame or honour.
  • Yaśaśrī (यशश्री): success or prosperity in the form of wealth.
  • Yaśodā (यशोदा): (mother of Lord Kṛṣṇa) bestowing fame or honour, name of a particular brick used for sacrificial altar.
  • Yaṣṭikā (यष्टिका): a staff, stick, club, a particular pearl ornament or necklace, an oblong pond or tank.
  • Yahvatī (यह्वती): ever-flowing (waters).
  • Yāminī (यामिनी): (name of daughter of Prahlāda) night, consisting of watches.
  • Yuti (युति): union, junction, connection, combination, sum.
  • Yuvā (युवा): name of one of Agni’s arrows.
  • Yogā (योगा): name of a śakti, of daughter of the Pitṛs called Barhiṣads.
  • Yoginī (योगिनी): (name of Goddess Durgā) one absorbed in Yoga, any being endowed with magical power.
  • Yaugikī (यौगिकी): relating to or derived from Yoga.
  • Yoṣā (योषा): an adjective used for Vedic deity Uṣas, swift mare.
  • Yojitā (योजिता): connected, put together, arranged, composed.
  • Yogyā (योग्या): fit, qualified, serviceable, proper.
  • Yūni (यूनि): connection, union.
  • Yūthikā (यूथिका): a kind of Jasmine flower.

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with R

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Raṃhatī (रंहती): speed, velocity
  • Raṃhī (रंही): running, flowing, hastening
  • Rakṣā (रक्षा): protection, duty
  • Racanā (रचना): arrangement, management
  • Raktā (रक्ता): coloured, dyed
  • Raṅgitā (रङ्गीता): beautiful, pretty
  • Rajanī (रजनी): night
  • Rajayitrī (रजयित्री): a female painter
  • Rañjā (रञ्जा): a kind of drum
  • Rañjanī (रञ्जनी): pleasing, charming
  • Rañjitā (रञ्जिता): illuminated, affected, charmed, delighted
  • Ratū (रतू): the river of heaven, celestial Gaṅgā, true speech
  • Ratnādevī (रत्नादेवी): name of a princess
  • Ratnojjvalā (रत्नोज्ज्वला): shining with pearls
  • Rabhasā (रभसा): strong, powerful
  • Rambhā (रम्भा): a celebrated Apsaras, wife of Nala-Kubera
  • Ramā (रमा): to delight, make happy, name of Lakṣmi, goddess of fortune
  • Ratandhrī (रतन्ध्री): mist, fog
  • Ratī (रती): pleasure, enjoyment, delight
  • Ratikā (रतिका): a kind of Śruti in music
  • Ramaṇī (रमणी): a beautiful, young woman
  • Ramayantikā (रमयन्तिका): a dancing girl
  • Ralā (रला): a species of bird
  • Raśanā (रशना): a ray of light, a girdle
  • Rākhāḍī (राखाडी): a particular kind of ornament
  • Rāgiṇī (रागिणी): a melody
  • Rādhikā (राधिका)/Rādhā (राधा): lover of Kṛṣṇa, prosperous
  • Rājanī (राजनी): made of silver
  • Rājikā (राजिका): a streak, line, row
  • Rājñī (राज्ञी): kindly, princely, royal queen
  • Rāddhī (राद्धी): accomplishment, perfection, completion
  • Rāvī (रावी): name of a river, person of brilliant character
  • Riṭi (रिटि): a musical instrument
  • Rīti (रीति): usage, custom, practice, method
  • Rītikā (रीतिका): brass
  • Rukmiṇī (रुक्मिणी): species of plant, secret lover of Kṛṣṇa (later wife)
  • Ruci (रुचि): light, lustre, splendour
  • Rucitā (रुचिता): bright, brilliant, glittering
  • Rucirā (रुचिरा): bright, brilliant, splendid, beautiful
  • Rubhetī (रुभेती): fog, vapour
  • Ruhā (रुहा): ascended
  • Ruharuhikā (रुहरुहिका): desire
  • Rekhā (रेखा): a streak, line
  • Reṭi (रेटी): sound of fire
  • Reṇukā (रेणुका): a particular medicinal substance, wife of Jamadagni and mother of Parśurāma
  • Revā (रेवा): indigo plant, name of Rati, wife of Kāmadeva

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with L

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Lakṣitā (लक्षिता): marked, distinguished, characterized, examined, recognised.
  • Lakṣmī (लक्ष्मी): a good sign, good fortune, prosperity, success, happiness.
  • Lāghavī (लाघवी): a slender or delicate woman.
  • Latikā (लतिका): a slender creeper, a string of pearls. 
  • Lipsā (लिप्सा): the desire to gain, wish to acquire or obtain.
  • Lavalī (लवली): a kind of metre, छन्द or वृत्त in classical sanskrit literature.
  • Lasā (लसा): saffron, turmeric, red sandalwood.
  • Laharī (लहरी): a large wave, billow. 
  • Lākṣaṇikī (लाक्षणिकी): knowing marks, acquainted with signs, an interpreter of marks and signs.
  • Lāvaṇyā (लावण्या): beauty, loveliness, charm.  
  • Lekhā (लेखा): a streak, a line, a stroke. 
  • Lopamudrā (लोपमुद्रा): (wife of sage Agasti) a learned woman.
  • Līlāvatī (लीलावती): sporty, active.
  • Lokyā (लोक्या): attainment of a better world.
  • Lohityā (लोहित्या): a celestial female/lady.
  • Lakṣaṇā (लक्षणा): characteristic, attribute, quality.
  • Locanā (लोचना): having beautiful eyes.
  • Līnā (लीना): devoted one.
  • Lakṣmīpriyā (लक्ष्मीप्रिया): beloved of Goddess Lakṣmī.
  • Laghimā (लघिमा): (name of Goddess Pārvatī) One of the eight Siddhis.
  • Lipikā (लिपिका): a written article, scribe.
  • Labukī (लबुकी): name of a musical instrument.
  • Laṭahā (लटहा): pretty or beautiful girl.
  • Latā (लता): a creeper, any creeping or winding plant or twining tendril.
  • Līlā (लीला): divine playfulness.

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with V

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Vaṃśī (वंशी): flute, pipe, an artery or vein.
  • Vagalā (वगला): goddess worshipped by the Tāntrikas.
  • Vaṅgalā (वङ्गला): a particular Rāgiṇī in Indian Classical music.
  • Vacā (वचा): a kind of talking bird, a kind of aromatic root.
  • Vajrā (वज्रा): name of goddess Durgā and of a daughter of Vaiśvānara.
  • Vañjarā (वञ्जरा): name of a river.
  • Vaṭakinī (वटकिणी): name of a particular night of full moon.
  • Vaḍabā (वडबा): (the nymph Aśvinī, mother of the twin-deity, the Aśvins.) a female horse, mare, a particular constellation represented by a horse’s head.
  • Vatsalā (वत्सला): kind, loving, tender, fond of or devoted to.
  • Vanacandrikā (वनचन्द्रिका): Jasminum Sambac.
  • Vanitā (वनिता): a loved, desired female.
  • Vandanā (वन्दना): worship, praise, adoration.
  • Vinītā (विनीता): well-behaved, humble, modest.
  • Vaiṣṇavī (वैष्णवी): (name of goddess Lakṣmī) one belonging to God Viṣṇu.
  • Vīṇā (वीणा): Ancient Indian instrument commonly known as ‘lute’, said to be played by Goddess Sarasvatī. 

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with S

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Saṃyuktā (संयुक्ता): conjoined, together, a kind of metre
  • Saṃrāddhi (संराद्धि): accomplishment, success
  • Saṃvidhā (संविधा): mode of life
  • Saṃsthā (संस्था): to stand together, hold together
  • Saṃskṛti (संस्कृति): preparation, perfection
  • Saṃhitā (संहिता): conjunction, connection, union, the text of the Vedas
  • Saṃkrānti (संक्रान्ति): going from one place to the other, a traditional festival
  • Saṃjñikā (संज्ञिका): appellation, made known, connected
  • Samadu (समदु): a daughter
  • Samaṣṭi (समष्टि): attainment
  • Samākhyā (समाख्या): confederation
  • Samānikā (समानिका): a kind of metre
  • Samāpatti (समापत्ति): coming together, meeting, encountering
  • Samīkṣā (समीक्षा): to look at or inspect thoroughly, investigate closely
  • Samīhā (समीहा): wish, desire
  • Samucitā (समुचिता): delighted, liked
  • Sammārṣṭi (सम्मार्ष्टि): cleansing, purification
  • Sarasvatī (सरस्वती): name of a river (celebrated in Ṛgveda and held to be a goddess)
  • Sari (सरि): a waterfall
  • Sarvikā (सर्विका): all, every, whole, entire, universal
  • Sarvatā (सर्वता): all-sided
  • Sarṣīkā (सर्षीका): a kind of metre
  • Sahā (सहा): powerful, mighty
  • Sahiṣṭhā (सहिष्ठा): strongest, most mighty
  • Sākūtā (साकूता): intentional, having meaning
  • Sāgarikā (सागरिका) a woman born in the ocean
  • Sādhikā (साधिका): accomplishing, fulfilling, completing, perfecting
  • Sādhanā (साधना): leading straight to a goal, guiding well
  • Sānikā (सानिका): a flute
  • Sāmūnā (सामूना): a black coloured deer
  • Sāmici (सामिचि): praise
  • Sāraṅgī (सारङ्गी): a kind of spotted doe or antelope
  • Sāvitrī (सावित्री): relating or belonging to the sun
  • Sāverī (सावेरी): a particular kind of Rāgiṇī
  • Siṃhikā (सिंहिका): daughter of Dakṣa
  • Siṃhī (सिंही): a lioness
  • Siddhi (सिद्धि): accomplishment, performance, fulfilment, complete attainment (of any object), success
  • Silācī (सिलाची): a particular medicinal plant
  • Sisṛkṣā (सिसृक्षा): wish or desire to create
  • Sītā (सीता): the track or line of a ploughshare, personified and worshipped as a goddess; wife of Rāma and daughter of Janaka
  • Simāntikā (सिमान्तिका): a kind of ruby
  • Sīmā (सीमा): boundary
  • Sudikṣā (सुदिक्षा): beautiful consecration; name of Lakṣmī
  • Sudh (सुधा): nectar of flowers
  • Subuddhi (सुबुद्धि): good understanding
  • Surabhi (सुरभि): sweet smelling, fragrant
  • Surandalā (सुरन्दला): name of a river
  • Suvarṇā (सुवर्णा): of a good or beautiful colour, brilliant in hue, bright, golden, yellow
  • Suślokā (सुश्लोका): well sounding, pleasing
  • Sūnṛtā (सूनृता): pleasant and true (speech); gladness, joy
  • Sṛiṣṭi (सृष्टि): creation
  • Smiti (स्मिति) / Smitā (स्मिता): smiling, laughter
  • Smerā (स्मेरा): friendly

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with Sh

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Śaṃsitā (शंसिता): praised, celebrated
  • Śasti (शस्ति): praise, hymn
  • Śakti (शक्ति): power, ability, strength, might
  • Śakyā (शक्या): possible, practicable, capable
  • Śakvarī (शक्वरी): name of a particular metre
  • Śakuntalā (शकुन्तला): name of the daughter of Viśvāmitra and Menakā, said to be left by Menakā at birth and was fed by birds until Kaṇva muni found her
  • Śaṅkhinī (शङ्खिनी): the mother of pearl
  • Śacī (शचि)/Śacikā (शचिका): wife of Indra
  • Śadhī (शधी): a kind of a plant
  • Śatvarī (शत्वरी): night
  • Śadvalā (शद्वला): name of a river
  • Śamanī (शमनी): calming, night
  • Śamitā (शमिता): rice powder
  • Śaṃkarī (शङ्करी): wife of Śiva
  • Śarvaṇī (शर्वणी): wife of Śiva
  • Śaraṇyā (शरण्या): offering shelter
  • Śaracchandrikā (शरच्चन्द्रिका): autumnal moonshine
  • Śaratī (शरती): lovely like autumn
  • Śarkarī (शर्करी): a river
  • Śarmiṣṭhā (शर्मिष्ठा): most fortunate, one of the wives of Yayāti
  • Śarvarī (शर्वरी): starlit night
  • Śarṣikā (शर्षिका): a kind of metre
  • Śalalī (शलली): the quill of a porcupine used to apply collyrium
  • Śalākā (शलाका): any small stake or stick
  • Śavāsī (शवासी): the strong one, name of the mother of Indra
  • Śaśī (शशी): a digit of the moon
  • Śānti (शान्ति): tranquility, peace, quiet
  • Śālmalī (शाल्मली): silk cotton tree
  • Śāvirī (शाविरी): a particular Rāga
  • Śāśvatī (शाश्वती): eternal
  • Śikhā (शिखा): a tuft or loft of hair, crest of a peacock
  • Śilpikā (शिल्पिका): a kind of drama
  • Śiśayā (शिशया): liberal
  • Śītikā (शीतिका): cool
  • Śīlā (शीला): habit, custom, practice, conduct
  • Śukti (शुक्ति): shining bright, pearl oyster
  • Śuklā (शुक्ला): bright light
  • Śucikā (शुचिका): name of Apsaras, pure, sacred, virtuous
  • Śucitā (शुचिता): pure, clean
  • Śutudrī (शुतुद्री): the Sutlej river (name in Ṛigveda)
  • Śuśrūṣā (शुश्रूषा): desire to hear, reverence, obedience
  • Śuṣmā (शुष्मा): fragrant, strong, bold
  • Śephālī (शेफाली): fragrant
  • Śemuṣī (शेमुषी): understanding, intellect, wisdom
  • Śobhā (शोभा): splendour, brilliance
  • Śolī (शोली): yellow turmeric
  • Śraddhā (श्रद्धा): faith
  • Śruti (श्रुति): hearing, listening, Vedas
  • Śruṣṭi (श्रुष्टि): obedience
  • Śliṣā (श्लिषा): embracing
  • Śliṣṭi (श्लिष्टि): adherence, connection

Hindu Girls names in sanskrit start with H

से प्रारम्भ होने वाले नाम

  • Hari (हरि): name of Viṣṇu
  • Harmuṭa (हर्मुट): the sun
  • Harṣa (हर्ष): joy, pleasure
  • Haṃsarāja (हंसराज): king of swans
  • Hārdika (हार्दिक): affectionate
  • Harṣavardhana (हर्षवर्धन): the one who increases pleasure
  • Himāṇśu (हिमांशु): cool rayed, the moon
  • Hiraṇmaya (हिरण्मय): golden, gold-coloured, name of Brahma
  • Hiraka (हिरक): a diamond
  • Hutāṇśa (हुतांश): a part of an oblation
  • Hṛdāṇṣu (हृदांषु): pleasant rays
  • Hṛshi (हृषि): joy, satisfaction ,pleasure
  • Hṛṣikeśa (हृषिकेश): lord of the senses (Manas i.e the mind)
  • Hemanta (हेमन्त): winter, cold season
  • Heramba (हेरम्ब): name of Ganeśa

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