Means 'Master of religion' or 'Lord of religion'. Its etymology is a contraction of Dharm + esh: Dharm means religion, esh means king, Master or Lord.
'Nilesh' means 'the Blue God', and is one of the alternative..more
Sanjna is an ancient Sanskrit word which literally means nou..more
Kanka (in Devanagari: कंका, कन्का) is a Hindu feminine given..more
Sanskrit Name Lamba (Sanskrit लम्बा) is an ancient name whic..more
According to mythology, the girl Pritya (originally Sanskrit..more
Sanskrit name Sarmistha (Sanskrit शर्मिष्ठा) literally means..more
Ivana is one of the modern names which indians are using it.more
Mokshit means 'one who liberated'.Mokshit is derived from Sa..more
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