Ancient Sanskrit word Aniti (Sanskrit अनीति) literally means immorality or injustice. Aniti also refers to wrong policy.
Mention of Aniti is found in the book Shiva where this name refers to injustice.
Aniti also founds to be referred in Sir Monier-Williams dictionary where this word denotes impropriety, immorality, foolish conduct, wrong policy or indiscretion.
According to the graph shown here, Aniti is not at all a popular name in the USA. Aniti is not a popular name in India too. Aniti is not used by any person in India as the name of their children. Because it has negative meaning.
According to mythology, the girl Navani (originally Sanskrit..more
Manan (Sanskrit मनन) is a Sanskrit word which refers to thin..more
In Sanskrit Vigyan literally means science, knowledge and wi..more
Akash or Aakash or Aakaash or Akaash is derived from Sanskri..more
Shravya is a Sanskrit word (Sanskrit: श्राव्य) which means a..more
Means"Principle, rule, theory, doctrine" in Sanskrit.more
In Sanskrit Monisha means beautiful, solitary. Feminine name..more
The word Achyuta is derived from the Sankrit word Achyut(अच्..more
http://www.pitarau.com/ is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon. Clicking on an Amazon link from http://www.pitarau.com/ does not increase the cost of any item you purchase.