The blend of traditional, religious and modern names is becoming a favorite choice of Indian parents. However the religious connections and connotations remain as strong as ever. So we have done a collection of such modern Indian boy and girl names which are suitable for Indian culture.
In India, babies are generally named on Nakshatra and Charan. There are total 27 Nakshatra (constellations) and each Nakshatra contains 4 padas or charanas. You can find starting alphabet for name based on nakshatra and charans.
In certain section of India, especially north India, the name is selected based on the Rashi (Moon Sign). There are 12 Rashis.
Most Indian parents today wish to give their child a unique name, a name which is very different. A child with an uncommon name feels good that he/she has a unique name. Browse our unique and unusual Hindu name collection.
Short & sweet names like Om, Abhi, Neha, Manu are becoming popular choice. These cute Indian baby names are simple and easy to remember. Avoid complicated or longer names.
Name should be easy to pronounce and sound pleasant. Pronunciation for some Indian name can be extremely difficult. Consider people who will most likely have to pronounce. Making it easy to pronounce will reduce apprehension of not saying right way.
Add colour to your child's world with these colorful Indian names.
Shake up your Baby Name short list with these ♥ Lovable ♥ Collection of 20+ Sanskrit Baby Names inspired by Valentine's Day. Perfect for your new Valentine!
It is that time of the month when we publish our official list of the most popular Indian baby names for the January 2013. We arrive at these names based on searches and page views at pitarau.com. It reflects current interest of new parent and future trends in baby names.
Looking for short names for your baby boy? Look no further! We’ve gathered shortest Indian boys' names. From Adi to Yogi, come checkout these cool baby boy names that are short and meaningful!
In general we tend to pick up our ears when celebrities name their babies. Maybe it is because celebrities are often creative by nature so we are curious about their baby naming style. These are some of the interesting names celebs have given their children in 2012. Viraaj and Viaan are boy names from Sanskrit origin and both names start with letter Vi. Nitara and Sitara are Sanskrit girl names and both end with tara which means “star” in Sanskrit.
“The Hips Don't Lie singer” Shakira welcomed her first child, a boy, on Tuesday in Barcelona, Spain, according to Shakira’s personal website. The proud mom revealed name as Milan in a tweet. Explaining her son’s name, Shakira said: