Girl Names from Mahabharata

  • Vaidehi वैदेहि vaidehI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit, Telugu

    Vaidehi (Sanskrit वैदेहि) is another name of Goddess Sita. Vaidehi also refers to Princess of Videhas.

  • Vaishnavi वैष्णवी vaiSNavI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Vaishnavi is a word popularly used among Hindus as a feminine name. The literal meaning of Vaishnavi (वैष्णवी) is "holy and female worshipper of Vishnu".

  • Khyati ख्याति khyAti
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit Name Khyati (Sanskrit ख्याति) literally means glory, fame or denomination.

  • Maitri मैत्री maitrI
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Maitri (Sanskrit मैत्री) is an ancient word which literally means friendship.

  • Charu चारू cha/ru
    G/B

    Gender: Girl/Boy ♀/♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Charu is a Sanskrit word which means lovely, beautiful, pretty, fair, elegant or splendid.

  • Mahitha महिथा mahitA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Mahitha literally means honored or worshiped. Mahitha also refers to festivity or celebrated.

  • Arushi आरुशी a/ru/shi
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Arushi means red, dawn. In the Rig Veda the red horses or mares of the sun of fire, the rising sun.

  • Supriya सुप्रिया supriyA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Supriya literally means a very dear person. Girl child name Supriya also refers to a lovely woman.

  • Shravya श्राव्य zrAvya
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Shravya is a Sanskrit word (Sanskrit: श्राव्य) which means audible or worth hearing.

  • Kunj कुंज kuJja
    G/B

    Gender: Girl/Boy ♀/♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Kunj (कुंज) is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin, which denotes a place with plants and greenery. Kunj also refers to living with the greenery.

  • Kanya कन्या kanyA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit name Kanya (Sanskrit: Kanya) literally means daughter or girl.

  • Radha राधा rad-ha
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Means "success" in Sanskrit. This is the name of the favourite consort of the Hindu god Krishna.

  • Sudha सुधा sudhA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit Name Sudha (Sanskrit सुधा) literally means a good drink or honey of flowers. Sudha also refers to plaster.

  • Madhavi माधवी mad-ha/vi
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Madhavi means sweet, honey-sugar or intoxicating drink. Feminine form of Madhava (means One who is the Lord of "Ma" or knowledge). This is another name of the Hindu Goddess Lakshmi. In Saskrit epic Mahabharata, Madhavi was daughter of king Yayati.

  • Nidra निद्रा nidrA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Ancient name of Sanskrit origin Nidra (निद्रा) literally means sleep. Nidra also refers to sleepiness, drowsiness, sloth or slumber.

  • Adrika अद्रिक a/dri/ka
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Adrika means 'small mountain'. According to Mahabharata Adrika is an apsara who was the mother of Matsya and Satyavati.

  • Marisa मारिसा
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit word Marisa means worthy or respectable. According to Purana Marisa was the mother of Daksa and the wife of Sura. Also according to Mahabharata Marisa was a river of Puranic fame and a daughter of Kandu. Also Marisa is a feminine name ...

  • Aastha आस्था AsthA
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Sanskrit Name Aastha(Sanskrit: आस्था) means belief or hope.

  • Niyati नियति niyati
    G

    Gender: Girl ♀

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Niyati (नियति) is an ancient Sanskrit name which literally means destiny. Niyati also refers to a fixed order of events.

  • Kavya काव्य / काव्या kAvya / kAvyA
    G/B

    Gender: Girl/Boy ♀/♂

    Origin: Sanskrit

    Classical name Kavya means a sonnet or poem in Sanskrit. Sanskrit Kavya also means intelligence, wise, happiness and it is a Sanskrit literary composition. According to Mahabharata Kavya was a son of Kavi Prajapati. Name Kavya / Kavy (काव्य) is ...


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