Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Anindit (Sanskrit अनिन्दित) literally means virtuous or faultless. Anindit also refers to irreproachable.
Mention of Anindit is found in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where this word denotes irreproachable or virtuous.
Anindit is also found to be referred in the Epic Shiva where Anindit refers to Lord Shiva who is faultless or never ill spoken of. Other meanings of Anindit are venerated and beautiful woman.
Anindit is not a popular name in either India or USA. Girl name Anindita is bit popular in the USA and in India too. But Anindit is adopted by few people as the name of their babies.
In our opinion Anindit is a beautiful and unique name. Anindit has a great sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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