Are you looking for inspiration when it comes to naming your baby? The Vedas and Purans have a rich collection of Hindu baby namesthat you can adopt for your newborn prince. Not only will it give meaning to his life but will also exert considerable influence to his character. Check out our list of some intriguing unique Hindu vedic baby boy names from across the alphabet.
Aarav comes from a Sanskrit word meaning 'peaceful and calm'. In Hindi, the name means 'high regard'.
The name comes from Sanskrit meaning 'fearless'.
Reference of the name is made in Riga Veda.
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The name means 'the first' in Sanskrit.
Adyah is a synonym of Lord Shiva.
The name means 'eternal, god of gods'.
The word Akshar is of Sanskrit origin and as per Hindu Mythologies is another name of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. The name refers to a letter or character. Akshar also represents Om.
The name is the ancient word of Sanskrit origin, meaning 'sky, atmosphere or sun'.
This name means 'sun, sky and atmosphere' in Ramayan. Ambareesh is also another name of Lord Shiva, Vishnu, and Ganesha.
The name comes from Sanskrit meaning 'the sinless or faultless'. 'An' in Anagh means 'without' while 'agh' means 'impurity'.
The name is 146th name of Lord Vishnu and is widely referred in Vishnu Sahasranama . The name is also the name of Lord . In the Mahabharata, Anagh the name given to the son of Garuda.
The name means 'brilliant, luminous' in Sanskrit.
The name is given to the grandson of the ocean and also to a mighty chariot-fighterin the Hindu mythology.
This ancient Sanskrit boy name means 'lightning and one who follows glory'.
The name is mentioned in the Rig Veda meaning 'to shine after another'.
The popular masculine Hindu/Sanskrit name, means "be brilliant and devoted" in Sanskrit. The name also means 'attracted, eloved, illuminating or enlightening'.
The sacred Rig Veda has the name mentioned, meaning 'brilliant or shine in accordance with'.
The name comes from Sanskrit, meaning 'undefeated or unsurpassed'. The word Aparajit is a combination of 'A' meaning not and 'parajita' meaning conquered in Sanskrit literature.
The Sanskrit name is mentioned in Riga Veda which means 'unconquered'. In Bhagvat Puran, the name is given to one of the sons of Lord Krishna. In the Vishnu Sahasranama, Aparajit is the 716th and 862nd names of Lord Vishnu.
The vedic word is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'hostile', 'someone who is not envious or liberal'.
The name is referred in Riga Veda with meanings 'envious, hostile or not liberal'.
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The name is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'the dawn or life giving power'.
In Bhagvat Puran,the name refers to 'the red color' while in Manu-Smiriti, Arun signifies 'the dawn'.
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Atharv is a vedic text of Sanskrit origin meaning 'knowledge'. In other words, Atharv-Veda is also the name given to the vedas of the knowledge of God or Rishi.
Atharv is the name of Brahma's eldest son in Mundaka Upanisad.
The name is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'one who sees the apparent world crystal clear'.
Avyakta is the name of Lord Ganesha. Also the name of Lord Vishnu that refers to 'Unmanifest'.
The Hindu baby boy name is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'long life' .
The name is derived from the word Ayus mentioned in the Atharva veda, Rig veda and the Mahabharata meaning 'life, duration of life or long life'. In the epic Mahabharata and Vishnu Purana, Ayus is the name of the son of Pururavas and Urvashi.
The word Bhavin means 'beautiful and blessing'.
In the epic Mahabharata and Kavya literature, the name mean 'imminent, predestined and inevitable'.
The word Charan is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'foot','support' and 'good conduct'.
The name find mention in the Hindu mythology Harivansh, where the name means 'pillar or support'. In 'Arthav Veda', the fourth veda of the vedic scriptures, the name means 'acting','managing'.
The name of Sanskrit origin means 'Competent'.
The name is given to the son of Aditi and Lord Brahma.
The lovely name means 'lord of the earth'.
The name of Sanskrit origin means 'constant', 'faithful'.
Dhruv is the name of a prince who was blessed by Lord Vishnu with eternal life.
The name means 'one who is immovable' in Sanskrit.
The name is also one of the fastest rising names for baby boys and is also one of the many names of Lord Shiva.
The short name of Sanskrit origin means 'he carries out the creation without any problem'.
The name is also another name of Lord Vishnu
The Sanskrit name means 'gold','cold or wintry'. Sanskrit word Hemant is the name of the cold season or winter in India.
Hemant refers to the early winter in Rig Veda.
The name means 'praiseworthy' in Sanskrit.
The name is a synomn of Lord Shiva.
The name also has the meaning 'dispeller of evil minded enemies'.
The name is also one of the names of Lord Vishnu.
The name means 'ruler'. Other meanings of this Sanskrit origin name are 'king of ocean, filled with sea'.
The name was given to the son of Arjuna and the Naga princess Ulupi in the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
The hugely popular baby boy name is of Sanskrit origin and means 'possessing, rudras, lord, master, light, wealthy, reigning'. Ish is also a Sanskrit word that refers to the invisible power that governs the world.
The name is given to the Lord Ganesha and Lord Vishnu. Ishan also refers to the eternal form of Lord Shiva.
The ancient Sanskrit name means 'disciplined', 'someone with a matted lock'.
It is one of the names of Lord Shiva. Reference of the name can be found in various Epics of Hindu mythology.
This unique Sanskrit origin name means 'healthy, alive or living'.
The name find reference in Riga Veda and also in the writings of the famous poet Charak. In the epic Mahabharata and Kathasaritsagar, the name means 'life, existence'.
This traditional Sanskrit word means 'compassion', 'mercy', 'tenderness' and 'gentleness'. The name also refers to 'Supreme Being'.
In Atharva Veda and Rig Veda, the name refers to an action or holy work. The name is also mentioned in the Holy Book -Bhagvat Puran.
The name is of Sanskrit origin, meaning 'famous sage, wise'.
In Mahabharata, Pandavas had a friend named 'Kashyap'. The name is also given to an ancient sage who is the descendant of Marichi who helped Ravan in kidnapping Sita.
The Sanskrit word means 'infatuated or charmed'.
The name is another name of Lord Krishna, whose charateristics to attract others is the root origin of the name.
The ancient word of Sanskrit origin means 'neighbour or kindred' 'fellow man'. It is another name given to Lord Krishna and Lord Vishnu as reference to the illusive powers or maya to confound every being.
In Riga Veda, the name is given to the son of Manu and also is one of the authors of Riga Veda. The name is of the ancient king and the son of Ambrish in Ramayan.
Nilakanth is a name of Lord Shiva. Nilakanth literally means blue throat.
Nilakanth is made up of two words, Nila means blue and Kanth means throat. Nilakanth is the name of Lord Shiva as his throat is of blue colour, because Lord Shiva swallowed the poison produced at the churning of the oceans, which according to Hindu mythology would have destroyed the world. Mention of this word is also found in Mahabharata, Kavya and Sushrut (सुश्रुत) where Nilakantha means blue-necked or a peacock. Nilakanth is also mentioned in various Epics of Hindu mythology as the name of celebrated scholars and various authors. This name is also used by lexicographers like Hemchandra and Amar Singh in their writings where Nilakantha is used for sparrow, blue-necked jay and radish.
The name comes from Sanskrit literature meaning 'destiny'. The name also means 'fixed or determined', 'measured'.
The name is well mentioned in the epics like Rig Veda, Arthav Veda and Taittiriya-Brahman. In the holy book Bhagvat Puran, the name means 'an event that caused another event'.
The name of Sanskrit origin means 'born of night or night'.
Reference of Nishit is found in the epic Mahabharata meaning 'sharp or sharpened'. In the sacred Riga Veda, the name means 'prepared or presented'.
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The name means'one who never miss the target', 'king'.
In the epic Mahabharata, Lord Krishna used to fondly call Arjun by this name.
The ancient Sanskrit word has meanings 'saved and protected'.
The name is mentioned in Riga Veda.
The Sanskrit word Rushabh means 'most excellent'.
In the epic Mahabharata and Ramayana, Rishabh stands for excellency of any kind.
The Sanskrit origin name Sanu means 'surface or top of a mountain'. The name also refers to ridge and table land.
This name is also referenced in Riga Veda in which Sanu refers to top of a mountain, mountain-ridge and table land.
The name means 'wholesome' in Sanskrit.
Reference of the name is found in the Hindu epic the 'Mahabharata', where the name is given to the king of Hastinapura.
The ancient name of Sanskrit origin means 'kind behavior'.
It is another name of Lord Shiva.
The name means 'short, dwarf' in Sanskrit.
In the Puranas, the name is given to the fifth avatar of Lord Vishnu when he takes birth as a dwarf Brahmin.
The name means “great, strong, solid and excellent” in Sanskrit.
The name is 163rd name of Lord Vishnu.
The name is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'ruling, sovereign'.
In Hindu belief, the name is considered to be an offspring of Brahma.
The name comes from Sanskrit and means 'all-pervasive'.
The name has great importance as the name of the supreme God Vishnu, who is believed as the protector and preserver of the universe.
The name comes from Sanskrit origin meaning 'Lord of the universe'.
The name is another name of Lord Shiva.
The ancient name is of Sanskrit origin meaning 'wise sage'.
Reference of the name is found in the holy book Bhagvat Puran .
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