Gurupriya (Sanskrit गुरुप्रिय) is the ancient Sanskrit name which literally means the beloved of the Guru.
The name Gurupriya (also transliterated as Gurupriya or Gurupriy) is one of the ancient Indian names and is derived from the Sanskrit roots "Guru" and "Priya". "Guru" means "spiritual teacher" and "Priya" means "beloved". Together, they indicate the beloved of the Guru. Gurupriya (गुरुप्रिय) finds to be mentioned in Horace H. Wilson where Gurupriya is used for dear to a preceptor.
Name Gurupriya is not that popular in US. It is one of those names which is not used in U.S.A. It is difficult to pronounce for non Indians. Gurupriya is a somewhat popular name in India. Here Gurupriya is used by few people as the name of their babies.
The Hindu baby name Gurupriya is Sweet and Unique.
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