Means "Auspicious one" in Sanskrit.Shiva is the supreme God in the Shaiva tradition of Hinduism. In the Smartha tradition, he is one of the five primary forms of God. The Sanskrit word Shiva is an adjective meaning kind, friendly, gracious, favourable, or auspicious.
Means "Victory" in Indian origins, "Heart" in Thai origins, ..more
Pushti (Sanskrit पुष्टि) is an ancient word of Sanskrit orig..more
Dhyanadeep is a word popularly used among Hindus as a mascul..more
Munindra (in Devanagari: मुनिन्द्र) is a Hindu Masculine giv..more
Aninda (अनिन्द, अनिन्दा) is a unisex first name in India tha..more
Sanskrit boy name Kavindra (कवीन्द्र) means prince among poe..more
Vipul derived from Sanskrit word vipula (विपुल), which liter..more
Ancient Sanskrit Name Indrasena (इन्द्रसेन) literally means ..more
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