Time to look out for a name for your cutie pie? Look no further than the Holy scriptures of Hinduism where the position of women ranges from a Goddess to a daughter, wife and mother. Naming your baby doll from the Holy scriptures will give her a strong foundation to build upon and something positive to strive towards in life. Browse our range of Hindu girl baby names to give your little one a meaningful name, and something nice to identify with.Choose your pick from our Popular Hindu vedic baby girl names.

Hindu girl names starting with A
  1. 1. Aadya
    The Sanskrit girl name Aadya means 'excellent and the first or primeval'. Another meaning of the name is 'mother earth'. Aadya is the synonym of Goddess Durga. The name also refers to Adya-Shakti or Kali, the power from which the entire universe has emanated.The name Aadya has more than one root and is of Sanskrit, African, Hebrew origins. In African, Aadya means "gift". In Hebrew, Aadya means god’s ornament.
  2. 2. Aastha
    The name Aastha means 'belief or hope' in Sanskrit. The name is mentioned in the Vedas, Puranas, Ramayana and Mahabharata, Aastha means 'to stay near, go towards or follower'.Reference of Aastha is found in Mahabharata, Raghuvansha and Kathasaritsagara, where the name means 'the connotation of consideration, regard, care or care for me'.
  3. 3. Aditi
    Free and unbounded Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na (Hindi)
  4. 4. Anina
    The name has a German origin meaning 'grace, favor' while in Sanskrit the name means 'feeble'. Anina is mentioned in Rig Veda and refers to strengthless or feeble.
  5. 5. Ati
    The Sanskrit origin name Ati means 'extremely or exceedingly', 'at the top'. Reference of the name is made in Riga Veda and Arthav Veda, where the name means 'beyond, at the top of and over'. Ati is also mentioned in various epics of Hindu mythology with meaning 'excessive or extraordinary'.
Hindu girl names starting with D
  1. 1. Dhriti
    The name means 'joyful, courageous' in Sanskrit. Dhriti is also another name of Goddess Durga, also the Goddess of Courage, satisfaction and joy.
  2. 2. Dipta
    The ancient Sanskrit name means 'illuminated or lighted' and also refers to 'shining bright or brilliant'. The name is mentioned in Hindu epics Ramayan, Mahabharata and Mundak-Upnishad where the name stands for 'flaming, shining, bright or splendid'.In Mahabharata, the name has other meanings also like 'excited, agitated and exposed to the sun'.
  3. 3. Diva
    The ancient name of Sanskrit origin means 'daytime or during the day'. Reference of Diva is found in various Epics of Hindu mythology with different meanings depending on the text. In Riga Veda. Diva refers to daytime or by day. This name also is referred in Mahabharata in which Diva is used with Ratris or night.
Hindu girl names starting with E
  1. 1. Eti
    The modern feminine name means 'arrival and approach' in Sanskrit. The name is mentione in Rig Veda and refers to new arrival.
Hindu girl names starting with H
  1. 1. Harini
    The Sanskrit Name Harini literally means 'angel or apostle'. In Hindu mythology, Harini is used for an extremely beautiful and kind woman who is resident of heaven. Harini is also the name of Lord Vishnu's mother. The name is also used for yellow Jasmine which very beautiful, yellow colored flower that blossoms in spring season.
Hindu girl names starting with I
  1. 1. Irya
    The name of Sanskrit origin means 'powerful, active, energetic'.
  2. 2. Ishani
    The name is the feminine version of Ishan, meaning 'lord, master, ruler' in Sanskrit. In Hindu mythology, Ishani is the name of Goddess Durga, who is the wife of Lord Shiva.
Hindu girl names starting with J
  1. 1. Jeevitha
    The ancient Hindu girl name of Sanskrit origin means 'alive and life'. The name is derived from Sanskrit word 'Jeevit' mentioned in the Veda meaning 'a living being or life'.
Hindu girl names starting with M
  1. 1. Madhvi
    The Sanskrit origin name Madhvi means 'sweet' 'honest'. The Hindu name is mentioned in various Epics like Panini, Riga Veda, Bhagvat Puran and Taittriya-Sanhita.Reference of this name is also found in Manu-Smiriti where Madhvi refers to a kind of intoxicating liquor. The name is also found to be referred in Vajsaneyiya-Sanhita and Arthav Veda where Madhvi means 'sweet ones'.
  2. 2. Mahi
    The name is derived from Sanskrit, meaning 'the union of heaven and earth', 'divine being'. Reference of Sanskrit word Mahi is found in Riga Veda where the name represents 'ground, soil, land, country, heaven, earth, water, streams or a divine being'. In Manu-Smiriti and Ganitaadhyay, the name has meanings like 'earth or the great world'. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata and Harivansh, Mahi is the name of a river.
  3. 3. Mahitha
    The ancient word of Sanskrit origin means 'honored or worshiped'. The name is mentioned in Bhagvat Puran where Mahitha refers to greatness. Mahitha is also mentioned in Vishnu Puran and Mahabharata where Mahitha is the name of a river. Reference of name Mahitha is also found in Naoday where this name signifies celebration or festivity.
  4. 4. Mekhala
    Sanskrit name Mekhala is an ancient word of Sanskrit origin meanoing 'knower of the self' and also refers to girdle, zone or belt. Reference of Mekhala is found in Manu-Smiriti and Arthav Veda with meanings like a girdle, belt or zone. Mention of this name is also found in Kathasaritsagar where Mekhala denotes a girth of a horse. Mekhala is the name of the river Narmada . Mention of Mekhala is found in Bhagavata Purana where Mekhala refers to the cords or lines drawn round an altar.
Hindu girl names starting with N
  1. 1. Naima
    The modern name means 'belonging to one or striving for the absolute' and 'blessing' in Sanskrit. The name belongs to Vruschika rashi and Anuradha nakshatra.
  2. 2. Nanda
    The name means 'joy, prosperity, delight, happiness' in Sanskrit. The name has great relevance in Purana where Nanda is a name of the foster-father of Krishna.Nanda was the name of a fourth century BC king who founded a dynasty in Magadha in India.Nanda is another name for Goddess Durga, the destroyer of evil.Nanda is another name of Lord Ganesha as 'Ever Elated, Lord Shiva as 'The Happy One' and Lord Vishnu.
  3. 3. Nimi
    The Sanskrit word means 'twinkling', 'to closing or blinking of an eye'. The name is referred in Manu Smiriti, Mahabharata and Purans. In Mahabharata, Nimi was the name of the king of Videh and was also given to the name of a son of Dattareya. According to Puranas, Nimi is known as a son of Ischwaaku and also son of Bhajamana.In Vedas, Nimi is defined as a erect object, to raise someone or to fix something or dig in it.
  4. 4. Nirja
    The Sanskrit origin name is derived from the word 'niraj', meaning 'born out of water' or 'Lotus' in Sanskrit It is another name of Goddess Laxmi.The name belongs to Vruschika rashi and Anuradha nakshatra
  5. 5. Nishi
    The ancient Sanskrit word means 'invigorating or exciting'. This name also denotes the process of strengthening as in Rig Veda.
  6. 6. Nitha
    The Sanskrit origin name means 'song, art or a way of life'. In the famous Riga Veda, the name means 'way, trick, art'.
  7. 7. Nivritti
    The name of Sanskrit origin means 'pleasure, good soul' and also refers to prevention or returning. Nivritti is mentioned in the Hindu epics like Mahabharata, Raghuvansh, Upnishad and Manu Smriti. Reference of Nivritti is found in Mahabharata and Raghuvansh, where the name refers to the act of returning or return of something.In Upnishad, the name means 'disappearance, ceasing or cessation'.In Manu Smiriti and Bhartrihari, the name refers to leaving off, abstaining or desisting from.The name is also mentioned in Panch Tantra as an act of escaping from some scenario or circumstances.
Hindu girl names starting with P
  1. 1. Pari
    The name means 'abundantly, fully, successively, fully content' in Sanskrit. In the Atharva Veda, Shatapatha Brahmana and Chandogya Upanisad, the name means 'to run against or into, reach, attain'. In Rig Veda, the name means 'to perceive, ponder, to move round or in a circle'.
  2. 2. Pradha
    The Sanskrit name means 'supreme, extremely distinguished'. The name has a religious meaning in Lalit-Vistaar where Pradha means 'devote one's self to God or to some good cause'. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, the name is of the daughter of Daksh and mother of Apsaras and Gandharvas.
  3. 3. Pradnya
    The ancient Sanskrit name means 'wisdom', 'clever, prudent or intellectual'. The name is mentioned in various Epics of Hindu mythology like Mahabharata, Riga Veda, Shatpath-Brahman and Shankhayan-Shraut-Sutra. In Riga Veda, the name means 'to understand, discern, discuss, know about, be acquainted with or distinguish'. In the Mahabharata and Kavya, the name means 'to perceive, learn, to find out or discover'. Pradnya denote 'wisdom, knowledge, intelligence, discrimination, judgement, design and device' in Shatpath-Brahman and Shankhayan-Shraut-Sutra. Pradnya is also another name of goddess Sarasvati.
  4. 4. Pragya
    The Sanskrit origin name means 'wisdom or intelligence'. The name is mentioned in all the major Hindu religious texts. In Riga Veda, Pragya means 'understanding, to know, discern and distinguished'. In Mahabharata and Kavya literature, Pragya means 'to show, point out, to find out, discover, learn and perceive'. In Shatpath-Brahman, Pragya has meanings 'wisdom, intelligence, knowledge, discrimination and judgement'.
  5. 5. Pratijna
    The Sanskrit origin word Pratijna means 'promise, vow or declaration'. In Riga Veda, Arthav Veda and Mahabharata, Pratijna means 'to admit, own acknowledge or approve'. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata and Kavya literature, Pratijna also means 'promise, vow or declaration'. Reference of the name is found in Shatpath-Brahman and Aashvalayan-Grihaya-Sutra, where Pratijna represents 'to confirm or assert'. In the holy book of Ramayan, the name refers to 'a state or to maintain'.
  6. 6. Pratishtha
    The ancient word of Sanskrit origin means 'well established', 'steadfast, stability, base or foundation'. Reference of Pratishtha is found in various Epics of Hindu mythology like Mahabharata, Bhagvat Puran and Riga Veda.Pratishtha is referred in the Mahabharata and Bhagvat Puran and the name means 'to spread, extend over, to set as the sun or cease'. In Riga Veda and Atharv Veda, the name means 'abide, dwell, to stand or stay'. In the Epic Vrajchchedica, the name refers to depending or rely on someone.
  7. 7. Preet
    The name of Sanskrit origin means 'happy or joyous'. In Rig Veda, the name specifically means 'someone pleased from their circumstances or people around'. The other meanings of the name is a person who is delighted, a person who is satisfied with what he or she has, a joyful person, someone who is glad'.According to Hitopadesha, Preet refers to a beloved person or a dear one, a kind one. The name also denotes love, peace and harmony.
  8. 8. Pushti
    The ancient word of Sanskrit origin means 'prosperity, completeness, well-nourished, development and growth'. In the Riga Veda, Pushti means 'growth, increase, prosperity, wealth, comfort'. The name is also mentioned in epics Shatpath-Brahman and Taittriya-Sanhita where Pushti means 'breeding and rearing'. In Sahitya-Darpan where Pushti denotes 'completeness, development and fullness'. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Harivansh and Puran, Pushti is the name of a daughter of Daksha and wife of Dharma. In Markandeya Purana, Pushti is the name of the mother of Lobha. Pushti is mentioned in Vishnu Purana as the name of a daughter of Dhruv.
Hindu girl names starting with R
  1. 1. Risha
    The name is of Latin and Sanskrit origin meaning 'laughter'. Reference of the Sanskrit name Risha is found in Atharva Veda where the name refers to name of a particular animal.
  2. 2. Ruhi
    The girl name of Sanskrit origin Ruhi means 'ascending, of higher value and soul, spiritual, beloved'. The name is mentioned in Rig Veda and Mahabharata with meanings like 'to rise, spring up, grow, develop, increase, prosper, thrive'.
  3. 3. Rukma
    The Sanskrit name Rukma means 'rising sun' 'as pure as gold'. Reference of Sanskrit name Rukma is found in various Epics like Riga Veda, Arthav Veda, Bhagvat Puran, Brahman and Vajsaneyiya Sanhita.In Riga Veda, the name refers to something bright or radiant.The name is given to the son of Ruchakin in Bhagvat Puran.
Hindu girl names starting with S
  1. 1. Sadhana
    The Sanskrit origin name means 'accomplishment, performance, worship or adoration'. In Monier Williams' Dictionary, Sadhana means 'the accomplishment or performance'. Sadhana is the name given to a Rishi in the Rigveda. In Budhinisum, the name means 'spiritual exertion towards an intended goal'.
  2. 2. Shambhavi
    The name is a feminine variant of Shambhu, meaning 'helpful, kind, benevolent' in Sanskrit. Shambhavi is the wife of Lord Shiva. Shambhavi is also another name of Goddess Durga.Shambavi is name of the river which flows in Dakshina Kannada.
  3. 3. Shubha
    The name means 'charm, welfare, auspiciousness, bright, righteous and splendid' in Sanskrit. In the Hindu epic Mahabharata, Shubha was a wife of Artgiras and mother of Brhatkirti. Shubha is also another name of the Goddess Lakshmi.
  4. 4. Shuchi
    The name means 'pure, sacred or holy' in Sanskrit and also refers to 'stainless or free from any impurities'. In Manu-Smiriti and Riga-Veda, the name means 'radiant, gleaming, bright, shining or glowing'. The name is also mentioned in Chandogya-Upnishad and the holy Bhagvat Gita, where Shuchi refers to 'being pure in a ceremonial sense'. In the age-old Kavya literatures, the name depicts purification, honesty, purity or virtue.
  5. 5. Subhadra
    The Sanskrit origin name means 'glorious or source of great welfare', 'an auspicious woman', 'splendid or fortunate'. Reference of the name is found in the epic Mahabharata and Purans. Subhadra was the sister of Lord Krishna and wife of Arjuna and mother of Abhimanyu in the Hindu epic Mahabharata.Subhadra is also a name of Goddess Durga. Acoording to Vishnu-Puranas, Subhadra was a grand daughter of Rukmini and wife of Aniruddha.
  6. 6. Sudiksha
    The name is of Sanskrit origin, meaning 'Good initiation' or 'good start'. in Sanskrit. The name Sudiksha is believed to be another avatar of the goddess of fortune -Lakshmi.
  7. 7. Supreet
    The ancient Sanskrit name Supreet means 'very dear, lovely or cherished'. The name Supreet is mentioned in various Epics of Hindu mythology like Riga Veda and Panchratra and denotes one who is very kind or friendly in nature. The other meaning of the name in Riga Veda is 'well pleased or very delighted'.
  8. 8. Swadha
    The modern name of Sanskrit origin means 'self-power, rule' and also refers to 'custom, law or habitual state'. In Riga Veda, the name means 'self-position, self-power, inherent, power, own state'. In Vajsaneyiya-Sanhita, Taittiriya-Brahman and Arthav Veda, the name Swadha means 'ease, comfort or pleasure'. In the Epic Manu-Smiriti, the name refers to the exclamation used in presenting the above oblation to the Gods.
  9. 9. Swasti
    The ancient word of Sanskrit origin means 'source of all auspiciousness', 'blessing' and also refers to welfare, fortune and prosperity. In the epic Vishnu Puran, the name refers to supreme Bliss. The name is also mentioned in Riga Veda, Mahabharata, Ramayan and Bhagvat Puran.
Hindu girl names starting with T
  1. 1. Tripti
    Satisfaction
  2. 2. Tushti
    The ancient Sanskrit name means 'satisfaction or contentment'. The name has great relevance and is found in numerous epics of Hindu mythology. Tushti is considered as the 71st name of Goddess Lakshmi.In Manu-Smiriti, Mahabharata and Sankhyakarika, the name means 'contentment, satisfaction or personified'. In Harivansh, the name is given to the daughter of Daksha and mother of Santosh. In the popular Vishnu Puran, Bhagvat-Puran and Markendey-Puran, Tushti is name of Paurnmaas. Tushti is also the name of a kala of the moon, as mentioned in Brahma Purana.
Hindu girl names starting with U
  1. 1. Uditi
    The ancient Sanskrit word Uditi means 'the rising sun'. The name is mentioned in Riga Veda and Arthav Veda where the name means 'ascending or rising of the sun'.
  2. 2. Urvi
    The name is derived from Sanskrit meaning 'wide earth' 'rivers, soil, earth and heaven'. The name is mentioned in Rig Veda, Shakatayana and Manu Smrti. In the Shankhayana Grhya Sutra, Urvi also refers to heaven, earth, day, night, water, and vegetation.
Hindu girl names starting with V
  1. 1. Varenya
    The Sanskrit name Varenya literally means 'best or most excellent', 'desirable or to be wished for'. In Rig Veda, the name means 'desirable, excellent, best among'. The name refers to supreme bliss in the Hindu Vedas Vishnu Purana. Varenya is also mentioned in the Mahabharata where Varenya is the name of a son of Brugu. In the Shiva Purana, Varenya is the name of Siva's wife.
  2. 2. Vibha
    The ancient Sanskrit word means 'ray of light', 'beauty', 'glory, brilliance and light'. The name is mentioned in various Epics of Hindu mythology. In Riga Veda, the name refers to 'shine, gleam forth, come to light, become visible and appear'. In the Mahabharata and Arthav Veda, Vibha means 'illumine or to shine upon'. Reference of this word is also found in Epics Shishupal-Vadh and Sahitya-Darpan with meanings 'light, luster, splendour and beauty'.

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