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Spiritual names list

Here is one List of Spiritual Names with translation and explanation. Most of these spiritual names are in Sanskrit, the sacred language of India. To get directly to the spiritual name, scroll down a good bit ... By clicking on the corresponding spiritual name you will get to further explanations. Below is the alphabetical list of names. If you're looking for a list of names sorted by mantra, look below Spiritual names after mantra.

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  • 1Origin of this List of Spiritual Names
  • 2Why are there almost only Sanskrit names in this list of spiritual names?
  • 3And why are there some spiritual names in Hindi?
  • 4Are these spiritual names all common names in India?
  • 5How do you get a spiritual name?
  • 6What do you find in the list of spiritual names below?
  • 7How can you learn more about the meaning of each name?
  • 8List of spiritual Sanskrit names with translation
    • 8.1A - List of spiritual names that start with A.
    • 8.2B - List of spiritual names that start with B.
    • 8.3C - List of spiritual names starting with C.
    • 8.4D - List of spiritual names that start with D.
    • 8.5E - List of spiritual names that start with E.
    • 8.6G - List of spiritual names that start with G.
    • 8.7H - List of spiritual names that start with H.
    • 8.8I - List of spiritual names starting with I.
    • 8.9J - List of spiritual names that start with J.
    • 8.10K - Indian Spiritual Names that start with K.
    • 8.11L - Indian Spiritual Names with Translation - Names starting with L.
    • 8.12M - Indian Spiritual Names with Translation - Names starting with M.
    • 8.13N - Indian Spiritual Names from the Yoga Vedanta context with translation - names starting with N.
    • 8.14O - Indian Spiritual Names from the Yoga Vedanta context with translation - names starting with O
    • 8.15P - Indian Spiritual Names from the Yoga Vedanta context with translation - names starting with P.
    • 8.16R - Indian Spiritual Names from the Yoga Vedanta context with translation - names starting with R.
    • 8.17S - Indian Spiritual Names from the Yoga Vedanta context with translation - names starting with S.
    • 8.18T - Indian Spiritual Names from the Yoga Vedanta context with translation - names starting with T.
    • 8.19U - Yoga names beginning with U
    • 8.20V - Yoga names beginning with V
    • 8.21Y - Spiritual Yoga Names starting with Y

Origin of this List of Spiritual Names

This list of spiritual names consists of names that are particularly in use in the Yoga Vidya tradition, in the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta tradition, in the Vedanta tradition. This list is the result of a list by Sukadev, who has been giving spiritual names since 1986. In particular, he has included the names that were taken up by Swami Vishnudevananda, Swami Satyanananda, Swami Chidananda, Swami Satchidananda and other disciples of Swami Sivananda. Suggestions from an Indologist and from several books have also been incorporated.

The spiritual names in this list are mostly Sanskrit, partly Hindi or simply abbreviations or modifications of Sanskrit words.

Why are there almost only Sanskrit names in this list of spiritual names?

You may ask yourself: why are there almost only Sanskrit names in this list? There are several reasons for this:

  • Sanskrit is considered a holy language. Sanskrit has a special power. The spiritual names in Sanskrit have a power of their own
  • Sanskrit has a mantra character. When you pronounce words with a spiritual meaning in Sanskrit, they are filled with special power
  • The Sanskrit language has undergone fewer changes in pronunciation and meaning over the past 2000 years than most other languages. So for every spiritual name there are saints and masters whose power is connected to this mantra
  • This list of spiritual names is from Yoga Vidya. And Yoga Vidya comes from the Yoga Vedanta tradition, in which Sanskrit is typically the decisive language for all spiritual matters

And why are there some spiritual names in Hindi?

If Sanskrit is so important, why are some of the spiritual names in the list below not in Sanskrit but in Hindi? There is a simple reason for this: Because Swami Vishnudevananda and other students of Swami Sivananda have also given Hindi names to Western aspirants, Yoga Vidya does the same :-).

Are these spiritual names all common names in India?

Most of the names in the list below are in use as normal baby names in India. But some, especially the Vedanta names as well as names with suffixes such as Devi, Jyoti, Dasa and Shakti are seldom used in India as names for babies - but rather for aspirants.

How do you get a spiritual name?

How you can get a spiritual name, there is an article on mein.yoga-vidya.de: Spiritual name and mantra consecration articles

What do you find in the list of spiritual names below?

See the list of spiritual names below

  • Simplified transcription so that you can pronounce the name more or less correctly - and in the spelling that would be common in India
  • Devanagari script, the script in which Sanskrit, Hindi and other languages ​​are written in India
  • The scientific transcription, i.e. IAST, so that you know how to pronounce the name correctly
  • The gender, i.e. male or female
  • Translation or meaning

We have tried to the best of our knowledge and belief that the information is correct. However, one or the other mistake may have crept in, both with regard to translation and Sanskrit spelling. If you notice something, please send an email to wiki (at) yoga-vidya.de.

How can one learn more about the meaning of each name?

If you want to know the meaning of a single spiritual name, just click on the name. Then you come to an article that is all about that name. For every name on this list there is, either now or soon

  • Extensive translation of the Sanskrit word
  • Explanation of the Sanskrit word with spiritual meaning, mostly as a video, often as a short article
  • Video explaining the meaning of the spiritual name in question
  • Article explaining the meaning of the spiritual name

List of spiritual Sanskrit names with translation

A - List of spiritual names starting with A.

  • Abha, आभा ābhā f., Light, splendor, beauty.
  • Abhati, आभाति ābhāti f., The light, the shining.
  • Abhaya, अभया abhayā f., The Fearless, name Durgas.
  • Abhaya, अभय abhaya m., Whose fear (bhaya) (is) not, without fear, fearless, the fearless.
  • Achala, अचला acalā f., The immovable, solid, designation of the earth, but can also be viewed as the femininized form of Achala, mountain, and then refers to Parvati, the daughter of the mountain (Himalaya), wife of Shiva.
  • Achala, अचल acala m., Immobile, motionless, unshakable, solid, eternal, mountain, name of Shiva.
  • Achyuta, अच्युत acyuta m., Not moved, fallen, firm, immortal, eternal, designation of Vishnus and Krishna.
  • Adideva, आदिदेव ādideva m., God of the beginning, the primordial God.
  • Adidevi, आदिदेवी ādidevī f., Primordial goddess.
  • Adijyoti, आदिज्योति ādijyoti f., Original light; which has the light of the original.
  • Adimurti, आदिमूर्ती ādimūrtī m., Embodiment of the original.
  • Adinath, आदिनाथ ādinātha m., Lord of the beginning, primordial lord, name of Shiva. Adinath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Adinatha.
  • Adinatha, आदिनाथ ādinātha m., Lord of the beginning, primordial lord, name of Shiva.
  • Adishakti, आदिशक्ति ādiśakti f., Primordial energy.
  • Aditi, अदिति aditi f., Without restriction, unlimited, infinity, designation of the mother of the Adityas, a group of Vedic gods (mostly: Varuna, Mitra, Aryaman, Bhaga, Daksha, Surya).
  • Aditya, आदित्य āditya m., Belonging to the beginning (adi m.), Designation of the sun and the sun god, later interpretation: descending from Aditi, pl. a group of Vedic deities such as Mitra, Varuna, mostly Surya etc.
  • Advaita, अद्वैत advaita m., The one without a second; Indivisible consciousness.
  • Agastya, अगस्त्य agastya m., Name of a Rishi, is mainly venerated in South India and also under the name Agasti, is considered to be one of the founders of Ayurveda. Many legends are told about him, e.g. he is said to have drunk up the ocean to save the world from the demons living in it, or to have stopped the Vindhya Mountains from growing further into the sky.
  • Ahalya, अहल्या ahalyā f., Of natural beauty, the natural. Wife of the sage Gautama, who was turned into a stone by her husband for infidelity with Indra and was later redeemed by Rama.
  • Ahimsa, अहिंसा ahiṃsā f., Non-injuring, concept of non-violence, i.e. not harming others in thoughts, words and deeds. In the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Ahimsa comes first of the five Yamas.
  • Aishvarya, ऐश्वर्या aiśvaryā f., Feminization of Aishvarya, domination, superiority, power, greatness, siddhi (supernatural ability) of omnipotence, omnipresence, first name of an Indian Miss Welt and film actress.
  • Aye, अज aja m., Not born; forever; Name of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Ajara, अजरा ajarā f., Those without age, always young, name Sarasvatis.
  • Ajit, अजित ajita m., Insurmountable, hero; one of the Saptarishis; Nickname of Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Ajita, अजित ajita m., Insurmountable, hero; one of the Saptarishis; Nickname of Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Akama, अकाम akāma m., Desireless, without desires, beyond all desires.
  • Akarta, अकर्त akarta m., Someone who is not attached to their actions; Someone who doesn't identify with his actions. Someone who sees God as the doer, can make himself an instrument.
  • Akasha, आकाश ākāśa m., Ether, space, air space, sky.
  • Akshara, अक्षर akṣara m., Immortal, indestructible, designation of the Supreme Absolute and the Self, designation of Shiva, Vishnus, syllable.
  • Amala, अमला amalā f., Who is free from impurity.
  • Amara, अमरा amarā f., The Immortal.
  • Amara, अमर amara m., Immortal, immortal, immortal, god.
  • Amaresh, अमरेश amareśa m., Lord of the gods, immortal god, god of immortality; Nickname of Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Amaresha, अमरेश amareśa m., Lord of the gods, immortal god, god of immortality; Nickname of Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Amari, अमरी amarī f., The Immortal.
  • Amba, अम्बा ambā f., Mother, name Durgas.
  • Amba Devi, अम्बादेवी ambādevī f., The goddess Amba, the divine mother.
  • Ambadas, अम्बादास ambādāsa m., Servant of the mother, the goddess in general, Durgas, or a local goddess such as Amba Bhavani of Tuljapur, Maharashtra. Hindi abbreviation of Sanskrit Ambadasa.
  • Ambadasa, अम्बादास ambādāsa m., Servant of the mother, the goddess in general, Durgas, or a local goddess such as Amba Bhavani of Tuljapur, Maharashtra. Hindi shortening of Sanskrit Devidasa.
  • Ambalika, अम्बालिका ambālikā f., In the Mahabharata name of a daughter of the king of Kashi, sister of Amba and Ambika, Mrs. Vichitraviryas, after his death with Vyasa mother of Pandu.
  • Ambarisha , अम्बरीष ambarīṣa m., Name of a mythical king and Rishi, who is known for his sacrifice, in the course of which Shunahshepa, the nephew of the Rishi Vishvamitra, was to be sacrificed as a replacement for the missing sacrificial cow (but it ultimately did not become), and his Power over Vishnu's disc, which he was given for piety.
  • Ambaya, अम्बया ambayā f., Mother (Vedic).
  • Ambika, अम्बिका ambikā f., Love and respectful term for mother, frequent term Durgas, in the Mahabharata name of the sister of Amba and Ambalika (see there), Mrs. Vichitraviryas, after his death with Vyasa mother of Dhritarashtra.
  • Ambuja, अम्बुजा ambujā f., Feminized form of ambuja, water-born, lotus.
  • Ameya, अमेया ameyā f., The immeasurable, the unlimited.
  • Ameyatman, अमेयात्मन् ameyātman m., Who has immeasurable powers; unlimited atman; Nickname of Vishnu.
  • Amita, अमिता amitā f., The Immeasurable, Unlimited.
  • Amodini, आमोदिनी āmodinī f., The one characterized by joy, joyful, fragrant.
  • Amrita, अमृत amṛṭa m., Not died, immortal, immortal, god, name of Dhanvantari, Indra, sun, Prajapati, Vishnu, Shiva etc.,.
  • Amrita Devi, अमृटादेवी amṛṭādevī f., The goddess of immortality; the goddess who gives the sacred nectar.
  • Amritanjali, अमृताञ्जलि amṛtāñjali f., Devotion to the eternal.
  • Anadi, आनदि ānadi f., Which has no beginning; the original.
  • Ananda, आनन्दा ānandā f., Feminization of ananda m./n., Bliss, bliss.
  • Ananda, आनन्द ānanda m., Bliss, supreme bliss, God, the highest, name of Shiva, Vishnu, Balarama and Buddha's favorite disciple.
  • Ananda Devi, Ānandādēvī f., The goddess of bliss, the goddess of joy.
  • Ananda Jyoti, Ānandājyoti f., Light and joy, the joy of light, the light of joy.
  • Ananda Prema, Ānandāpremā f., Joy and love, love is joy, joy is love.
  • Ananda Shakti, Ā ānandāśakti f., The power of joy, the joy of strength; the joy is the energy; the energy that is joy.
  • Anandadevi, आनन्दादेवी ānandādevī f., The goddess of joy; the goddess is joy.
  • Anandajyoti, Ānandājyoti f., Light and joy, the joy of light, the light of joy.
  • Anandakrishna, आनन्दकृष्ण ānandakṛṣṇa m., Krishna who is bliss.
  • Anandamaya, अन्दन्दमया anandamayā f., The designation of a form of Durga made / made out of bliss.
  • Anandamayi, अन्दन्दमयी ānandamayī f., The one consisting of bliss; Anandamayi Ma, the mother made of bliss, is the name of one of the greatest saints of the last century (1896-1982).
  • Anandamurti, आनन्दमूर्ति ānandamūrti m., Embodiment of bliss.
  • Ananda prema, Ānandāpremā f., Joy and love, love is joy, joy is love.
  • Anandapriya, Ānandāpriyā f., Joy and love, love is joy, joy is love.
  • Anandaraj, आनन्दराज ānandarāja m., King of joy; the one ruled by joy.
  • Anandaraja, आनन्दराज ānandarāja m., King of joy; the one ruled by joy.
  • Anandarupa, Ānandarūpa m., Whose nature is joy.
  • Anandashakti, Ā ānandāśakti f., The power of joy, the joy of strength; the joy is the energy; the energy that is joy.
  • Anandasvarupa, Ānandasvarūpa m., Whose true form is joy.
  • Anandaswarup, Ānandasvarūpa m., Whose true form is joy.
  • Anandaswarupa, Ānandasvarūpa m., Whose true form is joy.
  • Anandi, आनन्दि ānandi m., The one who brings joy.
  • Anandini, आनन्दिनी ānandinī f., The one characterized / fulfilled by happiness, bliss.
  • Ananta, अनन्ता anantā f., The Infinite, name Parvatis.
  • Ananta, अनन्त / अनंत ananta m., Endless, infinite, the infinite, designation of Vishnu and the serpent Shesha on which he rests in the ocean, heaven, eternity.
  • Ananta Jyoti, अनन्ताज्योति anantājyoti f.,
  • Anantadas, अनन्तदास anantadāsa m., Servant of the Infinite (Vishnu), name of a devotee of Srila Prabhupada. Anantadas is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Anantadasa.
  • Anantadasa, अनन्तदास anantadāsa m., Servant of the Infinite (Vishnu), name of a devotee of Srila Prabhupada.
  • Anantajyoti, अनन्ताज्योति anantājyoti f., The Light of Infinity; the infinity which is light; the light that is infinite.
  • Anasuya, अनसूया anasūyā f., The Envious, name of the wife of Rishi Atri, mother of Dattatreya.
  • Angira, अङ्गिरा aṅgirā f., Heavenly being, angel.
  • Angiras, अंगिरस्, aṃgiras m., Name of a Rishi; one of the Brahmarishis; sometimes referred to as one of the Saptarishis; known for his meditation on parabrahman.
  • Anila, अनिला anilā f., Feminization of anila, wind.
  • Anila, अनिल anila m., Wind, god of wind.
  • Aniruddha, अनिरुद्ध aniruddha m., The free, the uninhibited. Nickname of Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Anjali, अंजलि añjali f., (Hindi, Sanskrit m.), Devotion, admiration, blessing, putting the hands together and bringing them to the head as a sign of respect, admiration, or as a greeting.
  • Anjana, अञ्जना añjanā f., Name of Hanuman's mother, name of the female elephant of the north.
  • Anjana Devi, अञ्जनादेवी añjanādevī f., The goddess of devotion; Mother of Hanuman; the goddess who is devotion and gives devotion.
  • Anjaneya, आञ्जनेय āñjaneya m., Son of Anjana; Name of the monkey general Hanuman who helped Rama recover Sita.
  • Anjani, अञ्जनी añjanī f., Name of Hanuman's mother, name of the female elephant of the north.
  • Annapurna, अन्नपूर्णा annapūrṇā f., Who is full of food, goddess of food, who is mainly worshiped within the household, and whose statue is given to young women in marriage, form Parvatis.
  • Annapurna Devi, अन्नपूर्णादेवी annapūrṇādevī f., The goddess of food; the goddess who gives food in abundance.
  • Antarjyoti, अन्तर्ज्योति antarjyoti f., (Hindi; Sanskrit jyotis n.) Whose light is within, inner light.
  • Antaryami, अन्तर्यामी antaryāmī m., (Hindi; Sanskrit Antaryamin), inner guide, the presence of God in the heart.
  • Antaryamine, अन्तर्यामिन् antaryāmin m., Inner guide, the presence of God in the heart.
  • Anupama, अनुपम anupama m., Incomparable, excellent; the best.
  • Anuradha, अनुराधा anurādhā f., The one who creates success, the one who creates happiness; which (comes) after Radha, name of the lunar house (Nakshatra) that follows the lunar house Radha. Girls who are born in a traditional family when the moon is in this house are called anuradha.
  • Anuttara, अनुत्तरा anuttarā f., Which is without higher, name of the highest female deity in Kashmiri Shaivism.
  • Aparna, अपर्णा aparṇā f., The leafless, name Parvatis, who practiced strict asceticism in order to win Shiva as husband and did not even eat a leaf.
  • Ar (a) ti, आरती āratī f., (Hindi) from Sanskrit Aratrika, ritual for the night (a-ratri), the waving of a light in front of an image of a god.
  • Aradhana, Ārādhanā f., Worship.
  • Aranya, आरण्य āraṇya m., Belonging to the forest; Forest creatures; Names of some masters and saints.
  • Aravinda, अरविन्द aravinda m., (Hindi, pronunciation Arvind; Sanskrit n.) Lotus (Nymphea stellata), or blue or red lotus, Sanskrit original form of the name of the Bengali saint Sri Aurobindo Ghosh (1872-1950).
  • Archana, अर्चना arcanā f., Ritual worship.
  • Arjuna, अर्जुन arjuna m., White, clear, bright, silver, one of the Pandavas, son of Indras and Kuntis.
  • Arjuni, अर्जुनि arjuni f., The radiant one, the white one, the silver one; Descendant of Arjuna.
  • Aruna, अरुणा aruṇā f., The reddish-brown, name of various plants, feminization of Aruna, (name of the charioteer of the sun), name of one of the 50 Shaktis Ganeshas.
  • Aruna, अरुण aruṇa m., Reddish brown, name of the charioteer of the sun.
  • Arundhati, अरुन्धती arundhatī f., Name of the star Alcor, name of the wife of Vasishthas, who is identified with the star Mizar. Both stars stand close together in the great bear and are shown to the newlyweds at weddings as a symbol of marital unity.
  • Aryaman, अर्यमन् aryaman m., Name of the Vedic god of hospitality.
  • Asha, आशा āśā f., Hope, wish.
  • Ashoka, अशोक aśoka m., Without grief, name of a tree with red flowers, name of a king of the Maurya dynasty (304-232 BC) who founded the first Indian empire and spread throughout South Asia and beyond Buddhism began.
  • Astikya, आस्तिक्या āstikyā f., Belief, trust in God, devotion.
  • Atma Prema, आत्मप्रेम ātmaprema m., Love of the Supreme Self; the one who loves the Supreme Self; the self, which is love.
  • Atmabandhu, आत्मबन्धु आत्मबन्धु m., Friend of self; Relative of the world soul.
  • Atmajyoti, आत्मज्योति ātmajyoti f., (Hindi; Sanskrit jyotis m.) 1) light of the self, 2) whose light is the self.
  • Atmamitra, आत्ममित्र ātmamitra m., 1) whose friend is the self, 2) friend of the self, 3) the friend who is the self.
  • Atman, आत्म ātma m., The self; the soul; the highest self.
  • Atmaprem, आत्मप्रेम ātmaprema m., Love of the Supreme Self; the one who loves the Supreme Self; the self, which is love.
  • Atmaprema, आत्मप्रेम ātmaprema m., Love of the Supreme Self; the one who loves the Supreme Self; the self, which is love.
  • Atmapriya, आत्मप्रिया ātmapriyā f., The one who loves the Supreme Self; the one loved by the Supreme Self.
  • Atmaram, आत्माराम ātmārāma m., 1) joy (arama) of the self, 2) whose joy is the self.
  • Atmarama , आत्माराम ātmārāma m., 1) joy (arama) of the self, 2) whose joy is the self.
  • Atmashakti, आत्मशक्ति ātmaśakti f., The power of the self; the one whose power comes from the self.
  • Atmashanti, आत्मशान्ति ātmashānti f., 1. rest of / in the self, 2. whose rest is the self.
  • Avadhuta, अवधूत avadhūta m., Shaken, separated from worldly attachments, ascetic.
  • Avani, अवनी avanī f., The earth.
  • Avinasha, अविनाश avināśa m., Indestructible.

B - List of spiritual names starting with B.

  • Bajarangabali, बजरङ्गबली bajaraṅgabalī m., Who is the strength of a diamond.
  • Balachandra, बालचन्द्र bālacandra m., Young (growing) moon, crescent moon.
  • Baladeva, बलदेव baladeva m., 1) God of strength, 2) whose God is strength, 3) the God who is strength, see Balarama.
  • Balarama, बलराम balarāma m., Rama of power, power-Rama, name of Krishna's older brother, incarnation of Anantas (the serpent on which Vishnu rests in the ocean), also called Balabhadra, Baladeva.
  • Balarupa , बालरूप bālarūpa m., Embodiment of strength (bala); the one who has taken the form of a boy (Bala); Nickname of Balarama and Krishna, also of Shiva.
  • Bhadra, भद्रा bhadrā f., The good, blessed, pleasant, beautiful etc.
  • Bhadramurti, भद्रामूर्ति bhadrāmūrti m., Embodiment of the good-.
  • Bhagavati, भगवती bhagavatī f., The Venerable, Exalted, Venerable; Name of many goddesses, the Devi in ​​general.
  • Bhagirathi, भागीरथी bhāgīrathī f., The name associated with Bhagiratha of a source river of the Ganga or the Ganga itself, which was brought to earth through the asceticism of King Bhagiratha.
  • Bhairava, भैरव bhairava m., Terrible, terrible, designation of a form of Shiva.
  • Bhairavi, भैरवी bhairavī f., Those belonging to Bhairava (terrible, special form of Shiva).
  • Bhajan, भजन bhajana m., Worship, singing, singing, reverence.
  • Bhaktavatsala, भक्तवत्सल bhaktavatsala m., Kind to all bhaktas; Protector of all worshipers of God.
  • Bhakti, भक्ति bhakti f., Devotion, love of God.
  • Bhaktipriya, भक्तिप्रिया bhaktipriyā f., The one who loves Bhakti.
  • Bharata, भरत bharata m., Name of the son of Dushyanta and Shakuntala, king in India, distant ancestor of the Kauravas and Pandavas, hence the name Bharata, descendant of Bharata, for Arjuna in the Bhagavadgita, his brothers, Indians, India; Bharata is also the name of Rama's half-brother and the author of Natyashastra (teaching text on the performing arts).
  • Bharati, भारती bhāratī f., Language, poetry; Name Sarasvatis.
  • Bhargavi, भार्गवी bhārgavī f., The radiant, the shining; Nickname of Lakshmi and Parvati.
  • Bhasha, भाषा bhāṣā f., Language, speech; the goddess of language; Name of Saraswati.
  • Bhaskara, भास्कर bhāskara m., Making shine (bhas), shining, shining, shining, sun, designation of the sun god Surya (his worship brings prana, joy, happiness, good eyes).
  • Bhava, भव bhava m., Becoming, being etc., designation of Shiva. As a name, compounds with bhava are better.
  • Bhavana, भावना bhāvanā f., Devotion, faith, love, creation.
  • Bhavanath, भवनाथ bhavanātha m., 1. the lord of being, 2. the lord who is being, designation of Shiva. Bhavanath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Bhavanatha.
  • Bhavanatha, भवनाथ bhavanātha m., 1. the lord of being, 2. the lord who is being, designation of Shiva.
  • Bhavani, भवानी bhavānī f., Those belonging to Bhava (Shiva).
  • Bhima, भीम bhīma m., Terrible, terrible, name of one of the Pandavas, son of Kunti and the wind, who was known for its strength (also called Bhimasena), name of Shivas.
  • Bhishma, भीष्म bhīṣma m., Terrible, terrible, name of the uncle of the Pandavas and Kauravas, who renounced succession and heirs so that the sons of his stepmother could succeed his father. Because of the size of his promise, he was called Bhishma.
  • Bholanath, भोलानाथ bholānātha m., Lord of the simple, innocent, name of Shiva. Bholanath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Bholanatha.
  • Bholanatha, भोलानाथ bholānātha m., Lord of the simple, innocent, name of Shiva.
  • Bhuvaneshwari, भुवनेश्वरी bhuvaneśvarī f., Mistress (Ishwari) of the world (Bhuvana), name of various goddesses, including one of the 10 Mahavidyas.
  • Bhuvaneshwari, भुवनेश्वरी bhuvaneśvarī f., Mistress (Ishwari) of the world (Bhuvana), name of various goddesses, one of the 10 Mahavidyas.
  • Bodhi, बोधि bodhi f. And m., Highest knowledge; the awakening; the Enlightenment.
  • Bodhini, बोधिनी bodhinī f., The Wise, the Enlightened One.
  • Brahma, ब्रह्म brahma m., The creator who creates everything.
  • Brahma Jyoti, ब्रह्मज्योति brahmajyoti f., The light which is Brahman; the light of Brahman; Light of creation.
  • Brahmadev, ब्रह्मदेव brahmadeva m., The God who is Brahma; the light of Brahman; the light of creation.
  • Brahmajyoti, ब्रह्मज्योति brahmajyoti f., Light of the Brahman, the light of which is the Brahman.
  • Brahmamaya, ब्रह्ममया brahmamayā f., The one made of Brahman; the one made up of Brahma.
  • Brahmamayi, ब्रह्ममयी brahmamayī f., The one made by God Brahma, that consisting of Brahman.
  • Brahmani, ब्रह्माणी brahmāṇī f., The one who belongs to Brahma; the one made up of Brahma; the power of Brahma, the power of creation; Name of Saraswati.
  • Brahmanya, ब्रह्मण्य brahmaṇya m., Who belongs to Brahma; which consists of Brahman; the one who is surrendered to Holy Knowledge. Brahmanya is the feminine form: the one who belongs to Brahma, consists of Brahman, is centered on Brahman.
  • Brahmarupa , ब्रह्मरूप brahmarūpa m., Whose shape, appearance is the Brahman, consisting of Brahman (name only for spiritually superior person).
  • Brahmasvarup, ब्रह्मस्वरूप brahmasvarūpa m., Whose true nature is Brahman; who is the embodiment of Brahman.
  • Brahmasvarupa, ब्रह्मस्वरूप brahmasvarūpa m., Whose true nature is Brahman; who is the embodiment of Brahman.
  • Brahmi, ब्राह्मी brāhmī f., The energy of Brahma; the divine mother of all beings; the goddess of language; the goddess of all becoming; Name of Saraswati.
  • Buddhi, बुद्धि buddhi f., Insight, reason, discernment; Means of enlightenment.
  • Buddhinatha, बुद्धिनाथ buddhinātha m., Lord of intelligence, intellect, knowledge, term Ganesha.

C - List of spiritual names starting with C.

  • Chaitanya, चैतन्य caitanya m., Spirit, life, soul, consciousness, name of the founder of Gaudiya Vishnuism (Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, 1486 - 1534).
  • Chakrapani, चक्रपाणि cakrapāṇi m., In whose hand (pani) there is a disc (chakra), term Vishnu.
  • Chakrika, चक्रिका cakrikā f., The one who wears a chakra; Nickname of Lakshmi.
  • Chamunda, चामुण्डा cāmuṇḍā f., Name of the emanation; the goddess Durga released from her forehead to fight the demons Chanda and Munda (Devimahatmyam 7.6).
  • Chamundeshwari, चामुण्देश्वरी cāmuṇdeśvarī f., The goddess beyond all dualities; the one who has overcome Chanda and Munda, the demons of strife.
  • Chamundi, चामुण्डी cāmuṇḍī f., Name of the emanation; the goddess Durga released from her forehead to fight the demons Chanda and Munda (Devimahatmyam 7.6).
  • Chanda, चण्डा caṇḍā f., The violent, the impetuous; Nickname of Kali and Durga.
  • Chandana, चन्दना candanā f., Feminization of Chandana m./sandelholz.
  • Chandi, चण्डी caṇḍī f., The Terrible, names Durgas and Kalis.
  • Chandika, चण्डिका caṇḍikā f., Name Durgas.
  • Chandra, चन्द्रा candrā f., Either from adjective Chandra glittering, bright, beautiful, or feminization from Chandra, moon.
  • Chandra, चन्द्र candra m., Glittering, beautiful, moon.
  • Chandra Devi, चन्द्रादेवी candrādevī f., The moon goddess; the radiant goddess; that shines with beauty; Surname of Saraswati and Parvati.
  • Chandrabandhu, चन्द्रबन्धु candrabandhu m., Friend of the moon; shining friend; Friend of Shiva (Chandrashekhara).
  • Chandrabhushan, चन्द्रभूषण candrabhūṣaṇa m., Whose jewelry (Bhushana) is the moon (Chandra), the name of Shiva, who wears the moon in his dreadlocks. Chandrabhushan is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Chandrabhushana.
  • Chandrabhushana, चन्द्रभूषण candrabhūṣaṇa m., Whose jewelry (Bhushana) is the moon (Chandra), the name of Shiva, who wears the moon in his dreadlocks.
  • Chandrachuda, चन्द्रचूड candracūḍa m., 1. on whose mop of hair / head (Chuda) is the moon (Chandra), 2. whose headdress is the moon, called Shiva.
  • Chandrakanta, चन्द्रकान्ता candrakāntā f., Lover / wife of the moon, moonlight, night.
  • Chandrakanta, चन्द्रकान्त candrakānta m., The lover of the moon (Chandra) (Kanta), name of the moonstone.
  • Chandramani, चन्द्रमणि candramaṇi m., Whose jewel (Mani) is the moon (Chandra), name of Shiva.
  • Chandramani, चन्द्रमणि candramaṇi m., Moon jewel, name of the moonstone.
  • Chandramauli, चन्द्रमौलि candramauli m., The one who wears a moon on his head; Nickname of Shiva.
  • Chandrashekara, चन्द्रशेखर candraśekhara m., Whose crown (Shekhara) is the moon, name of Shiva. Chandrashekara is a variation of the Sanskrit word Chandrashekhara.
  • Chandrashekara, चन्द्रशेखर candraśekhara m., Whose crown (Shekhara) is the moon, name of Shiva.
  • Chandravadana, चन्द्रवदना candravadanā f., The moon-faced; who has a beautiful face.
  • Chandravali, चन्द्रावली candrāvalī f., Moon line / row, name of Radha's friend, next to this the second most important Gopi in Krishna's entourage.
  • Chandravalli, चन्द्रवल्ली candravallī f., Moon tendril, radiant tendril, beautiful plant.
  • Chandrika, चन्द्रिका candrikā f., Moonlight; Designation of various medicinal and aromatic plants; Name of Saraswati.
  • Chaya, छाया chāyā f., Shadow, name of a woman of the sun god, mother of the planet Shani.
  • Chetana, चेतना cetanā f., Awareness, understanding, intelligence, life, wisdom.
  • Chidambara, चिदम्बर cidambara m., The one clothed with consciousness; the one surrounded with consciousness; its space awareness.
  • chinmaya, चिन्मय cinmaya m., Made (Maya) out of consciousness (Chit).
  • Chinmayi, चिन्मयी cinmayī f., Consciousness.
  • Chiranjivi, छिरन्जिवि cirañjīvin m., Eternal being, without death; permanently alive.
  • Chitra, चित्रा citrā f., The Radiant, Bright, Visible, Excellent.
  • Chitrajyoti, चित्राज्योति citrājyoti f., Radiant light. Light of consciousness.
  • Chitramaya, चित्रामया citrāmayā f., The one made of light.
  • Chitran, चित्रण citraṇa m., The radiant one who has a clear mind, excellent; Sun god.
  • Chitrani, चित्रणी citraṇī f., The Radiant One; the excellent.
  • Chudala, चूडाला cūḍālā f., Name of a yoga master from Yoga Vasishtha. Literally "the beautifully curly one".

D - List of spiritual names starting with D.

  • Daiva , दैवा daivā f., The Divine, the Heavenly, the Radiant.
  • Daiva , दैव daiva m., Divine, heavenly, happiness.
  • Dakshina, दक्षिणा dakṣiṇā f., The able, the good, the southern; Name of the goddess; Gift to the teacher.
  • Damayanti, दमयंती damayantī f., The repressing, conquering, in the Mahabharata name of the daughter of the king of Vidarbha, wife Nalas, who lost his kingdom in the dice game, left Damayanti, but was found again and remarried by her.
  • Damodara, दामोदर dāmodara m., Around whose belly (Udara) there is a rope (Daman n.), The name of Krishna, which his mother once tied to a mortar.
  • Danta, दान्त dānta m., Calm, peaceful; Nickname of Hanuman.
  • Darshan, दर्शन darśana m., The sighted, the teacher.
  • Darshana, दर्शन darśana m., The seeing, the teaching.
  • Darshhini, दर्शिनी darśinī f., The sighted, the teacher.
  • Darshini Devi, दर्शिनीदेवी darśinīdevī f., The goddess who is the teacher.
  • Dasaratha, दशरथ daśaratha m., The Lord of Ten Chariots; Lord of all 10 organs of action and perception.
  • Datta, दत्त datta m., Who was given, giving and giving. Short form of Dattatreya.
  • Dattaprasada, दत्तप्रसाद dattaprasāda m., Gabe (Prasad) Dattas (= Dattatreyas), one who was born by the grace of God.
  • Dattatreya, दत्तात्रेय dattātreya m., A sage and ascetic, son of the sage Atri and his wife Anasuya, is considered to be the incarnation of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
  • Daya, दया dayā f., Compassion, sympathy.
  • Daya Devi, दयादेवी dayādevī f., The goddess of compassion.
  • Daya Mata, दयामाता dayāmātā f., The mother of compassion.
  • Dayadevi, दयादेवी dayādevī f., Goddess of compassion and love.
  • Dayanidhi, दयानिधि dayānidhi m., The sensitive, the compassionate; someone with great compassion; literally: treasure chest of compassion.
  • Deva, देव deva m., God, the shining one.
  • Deva Shakti, देवशक्ति devaśakti f., Divine Power; the power of the divine.
  • Devabandhu, देवबन्धु devabandhu m., Friend of God; Friend of God, relative of God.
  • Devabodhi, देवबोधि devabodhi m., Inspired by God.
  • Devadas, देवदास devadāsa m., Servant of God.
  • Devadasa, देवदास devadāsa m., Servant of God.
  • Devaduta, देवदूत devadūta m., Messenger of God.
  • Devajyoti, देवज्योति devajyoti f., (Hindi, Sanskrit jyotis n.) 1. whose light is God / the gods are, 2. light of God / the gods.
  • Devaki, देवकी devakī f., Name of Vasudeva's wife, Krishna's mother, Kamsa's cousin.
  • Devakinandana, देवकीनन्दन devakīnandana m., Son of Devaki, name of Krishna.
  • Devamaya, देवमया devamayā f., Who consists of God, who is made by God.
  • Devamuni, देवमुनि devamuni m., 1. the wise who is a god, 2. the wise of the gods.
  • Devani, देवानी devānī f., Radiant heavenly goddess.
  • Devaprema, देवप्रेम devaprema m., Divine love; the love of God; radiant love.
  • Devapriya, देवप्रिया devapriyā f., Who is dear to God; that God loves.
  • Devapriya, देवप्रिय devapriya m., God / the gods dear, God dear, one who is dear to God (Gottlieb, Theophil).
  • Devaraja, देवराज devarāja m., King of the gods, name Indras. Who is ruled by God, whose King is God.
  • Devarani, देवराणी devarāṇī f., Queen of heaven; divine queen; the one ruled by God.
  • Devasena, देवसेना devasenā f., Whose army are the gods, name of a daughter of Daksha, wife of Subrahmanyas.
  • Devashakti, देवशक्ति devaśakti f., Divine Power; the power of the divine.
  • Devayani, देवयानी devayānī f., Which leads to God; led by God.
  • Devayani, देवयानी devayānī f., Name of Subrahmanya's wife.
  • Devendra, देवेन्द्र devendra m., Indra / King of the Gods.
  • Devi, देवी devī f., Goddess, general term for the divine mother, is also used as a supplement to women's names to denote respect, reverence and the like. expressions.
  • Devi Shakti, देवीशक्ति devīśakti f., The power of the goddess; the cosmic energy; the energy of the Divine Mother.
  • Devidas, देवीदास devīdāsa m., Servant of the goddess.
  • Devidasa, देवीदास devīdāsa m., Servant of the goddess.
  • Devila, देविला devilā f., Associated with the goddess; the righteous, the virtuous, the divine.
  • Devimaya, देवीमया devīmayā f., Made by the goddess; created by the goddess; also the power of the goddess.
  • Devinath, देवीनाथ devīnātha m., Shiva: Lord of the goddess; Husband of Durga. The one whose master is the Divine Mother.
  • Devinatha, देवीनाथ devīnātha m., Shiva: Lord of the goddess; Husband of Durga. The one whose master is the Divine Mother.
  • Deviprasad, देवीप्रसाद devīprasāda m., Gift from the goddess.
  • Deviprasada, देवीप्रसाद devīprasāda m., Gift from the goddess.
  • Devipriya, देवीप्रिया devīpriyā f., Which the Goddess loves; which is loved by the goddess.
  • Devishakti, देवीशक्ति devīśakti f., The power of the goddess; the cosmic energy; the energy of the Divine Mother.
  • Devyani, देवयानी devayānī f., Which leads to God; led by God.
  • Dhama, धाम dhāma m., Radiance, strength, majesty; Abode; Nicknames of Brahma, Krishna and the moon.
  • Dhanalakshmi, धनलक्ष्मी dhanalakṣmī f., Wealth lakshmi, in contrast to Vijaya-lakshmi, victory lakshmi.
  • Dhanavati, धनवती dhanavatī f., Who dwells in all riches, who dwells in all prosperity; Nickname of Lakshmi.
  • Dhanvantari, धन्वन्तरि dhanvantari m., God of healing, came to light while the ocean was whirling with a vessel full of immortality potion (Amrita).
  • Dhanya, धन्या dhanyā f., The auspicious, the lucky one; Nickname of Lakshmi.
  • Dhanyata , धन्यता dhanyatā f., Fulfilled, successful; Bliss.
  • Dhara, धरा dharā f., The sustaining, the carrying, the other carrying. Name of the earth.
  • Dharini, धारिणी dhāriṇī f., The one who carries, holds, denotes the earth.
  • Dharma, धर्म dharma m., Order, law, (religious) duty, god of Dharma (e.g. Yama) etc. attribute, today: Religio.
  • Dharmadev, धर्मदेव dharmadeva m., The god Dharma, the god of law, justice, (religious) order, designation of the death god Yama. Dharmadev is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Dharmadeva.
  • Dharmadeva, धर्मदेव dharmadeva m., The god Dharma, the god of law, justice, (religious) order, designation of the death god Yama.
  • Dharmagupta, धर्मगुप्त dharmagupta m., Protected by law, religion, etc., adhering to law, religion, protecting them, designation Vishnu.
  • Dharmamitra, धर्ममित्र dharmamitra m., Friend of righteousness; Friend of the Cosmic Order.
  • Dharmaputra, धर्मपुत्र dharmaputra m., Son of (god) Dharma, name Yudhishthira.
  • Dharmaraj, धर्मराज dharmarāja m., King of order, law, righteousness, designation of the death god Yama.
  • Dharmaraja, धर्मराज dharmarāja m., King of order, law, righteousness, designation of the death god Yama.
  • Dharmavira, धर्मवीर dharmavīra m., Hero of the Dharma (is often used as a name by the Sikhs).
  • Dhira, धीरा dhīrā f., The heroic; the one belonging to Hanuman (Dhira).
  • Dhira, धीर dhīra m., Heroic; Nickname of Hanuman.
  • Dhyana, ध्याना dhyānā f., Feminization of Dhyana, meditation. Dhyana means the one who has deep access to meditation; the conscious, the meditative.
  • Dilipa, दिलीप dilīpa m., Name of an ancestor of Rama, a good, pious ruler, father Raghus (popular name, meaning unclear, has nothing to do with Delhi).
  • Dinabandhava, दीनबान्धव dīnabāndhava m., Protector of those in need; Nickname of Hanuman.
  • Dinabandhu, दीनबन्धु dīnabandhu m., Friend (bandhu) of the poor, desperate, among other things designation of the respective god worshiped.
  • Dinakara, दिनकर dinakara m., Day maker, designation of the sun.
  • Dinanatha, दिननाथ dinanātha m., Lord (Natha) of the day (Dina), designation of the sun.
  • Dinanatha, दीननाथ dīnanātha m., Lord (Natha) of the poor, desperate (Dina), among other things designation of the respective god worshiped.
  • Dinesha, दिनेश dineśa m., Lord / God of the day, designation of the sun.
  • Dipa, दीपा dīpā f., Feminization of Dipa, m., Lamp, lamp, light.
  • Dipaka, दीपक dīpaka m., Igniting, illuminating, light, lamp, designation of the god of love Kama.
  • Dipavati, दीपवती dīpavatī f., The Shining One; the home of light, abode of light.
  • Dipti, दीप्ति dīpti f., Rays, glow, flame, bright shine.
  • Divakara, दिवाकर divākara m., Approximately: the one who moves during the day (-kara here from car); Name of the sun.
  • Divya, दिव्या divyā f., The Divine.
  • Divya Prema, दिव्यप्रेमा divyapremā f., Who is full of divine love.
  • Divya Shakti, दिव्यशक्ति divyaśakti f., Divine Power; the power of the divine.
  • Divyajyoti, दिव्यज्योति divyajyoti f., (Hindi; Sanskrit jyotis n.) 1. whose light is divine, 2. divine light.
  • Divyashakti, दिव्यशक्ति divyaśakti f., 1. divine energy, 2. whose energy is divine.
  • Draupadi, द्रौपदी draupadī f., Name of the daughter of King Drupada, wife of the five Pandavas, who especially worshiped Krishna.
  • Durga, दुर्गा durgā f., The inaccessible, name of the goddess who is glorified in the Devimahatmyam as the basis of creation, embodiment of the energy of many male deities, whose weapons she carries in her hands, destroyer of various demons, especially the buffalo demon; one of the wild in contrast to the mild goddesses (Axel Michaels), but who cares for her followers lovingly and fairly (see Vratakathas). She is especially revered in Bengal and by members of the warrior caste. Further forms and names after the Devimahatmyam: Ambika, Chandika, Chamunda, Devi.
  • Durga Devi, दुर्गादेवी durgādevī f., The goddess Durga.
  • Durga Shakti, दुर्गाशक्ति durgāśakti f., The energy of Durga; the energy of the Divine Mother.
  • Durgadas, दुर्गादास durgādāsa m., Servant of Durga.
  • Durgadasa, दुर्गादास durgādāsa m., Servant of Durga.
  • Durgadevi, दुर्गादेवी durgādevī f., The goddess Durga.
  • Durgamaya, दुर्गामया durgāmayā f., Which is made of Durga; the power of the divine mother.
  • Durgaprem, दुर्गाप्रेम durgāprema m., Durga's love; whose love is Durga; who is loved by Durga.
  • Durgapriya, दुर्गाप्रिया durgāpriyā f., Who is loved by Durga; the one who loves Durga.
  • Dvarakanatha, द्वारकानाथ dvārakānātha m., Lord of Dvaraka, name of Krishna, whose capital was Dvaraka.
  • Dvarikanatha, द्वारिकानाथ dvarikānātha m., Lord of Dvarika (= Dvaraka); Designation of Krishna.

E - List of spiritual names starting with E.

  • Ekanatha, एकनाथ ekanātha m., Whose Lord / God is one and only, name of a poet saint from Maharashtra (1533-1599), his best known work: Commentary on the 11th chapter of the Bhagavata (-purana).
  • Eknath, एकनाथ ekanātha m., Whose Lord / God is one and only, name of a poet saint from Maharashtra (1533-1599), his best known work: Commentary on the 11th chapter of the Bhagavata (-purana). Hindi shortening of Sanskrit Ekanatha.

G - List of spiritual names starting with G.

  • Gadadhara, गदाधर gadādhara m., Club bearer, designation Vishnu, name of a companion of Chaitanya (= Gadadhar Pandit).
  • Gajanana, गजानन gajānana m., Whose face (anana) is like that of an elephant (gaja), elephant-faced, name Ganesha.
  • Gajendra, गजेन्द्र gajendra m., Elephant king (gaja-indra), term Ganeshas.
  • Gajendra, गजेन्द्र gajendra m., Elephant king (gaja-indra), admirer of Vishnu, who saved him from the fight with a crocodile, called Ganeshas.
  • Gananatha, गणनाथ gaṇanātha m., Lord of the Ganas; Nickname of Ganesha.
  • Ganapati, गणपति gaṇapati m., Lord (pati) of the multitudes (gana, army of semi-divine beings belonging to Shiva), term Ganeshas.
  • Gandharva , गन्धर्व gandharva m., Heavenly musician.
  • Gandhi, गन्धि gandhi m., Of good smell; who exudes goodness.
  • Ganesha, गणेश gaṇeśa m., Lord (isha) of the multitudes (gana, army of Shiva), son of Parvati, brother of Karttikeyas / Subrahmanyas, elephant-headed, with mouse / rat as a mount, lord of obstacles, of the good beginning, of wisdom, learning, according to legend, writer of the Mahabharata.
  • Ganesha Shakti, गणेशशक्ति gaṇeśaśakti f., The power of Ganesha; the one through which the power of Ganesha works.
  • Ganeshadas, गणेशदास gaṇeśadāsa m., Servant of Ganesha.
  • Ganeshapriya, गणेशप्रिया gaṇeśapriyā f., Who is loved by Ganesha; who loves Ganesha; the love of Ganesha.
  • Ganeshvara, गणेश्वर gaṇeśvara m., Lord (Ishvara) of the multitudes (gana), term Ganeshas.
  • Ganga, गङ्गा gaṅgā f., Name of one of the most important rivers of northern India (Ganges), which is considered a goddess.
  • Ganga Devi, गङ्गादेवी gaṅgādevī f., The goddess Ganga; the one whose goddess Ganga is.
  • Ganga Shakti, गङ्गाशक्ति gaṅgāśakti f., The power of Ganga, the energy that is Ganga.
  • Gangadhara, गङ्गाधर gaṅgādhara m., Holding the ganga, carrying, the name of Shiva (who stopped the ganga in his hair when they descended on earth to alleviate the impact).
  • Ganganath, गङ्गानाथ gaṅgānātha m., Lord of the Ganga, designation Shivas. Ganganath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Ganganatha.
  • Ganganatha, गङ्गानाथ gaṅgānātha m., Lord of the Ganga, name of Shivas.
  • Gangaputra, गङ्गापुत्र gaṅgāputra m., Son of the Ganga.
  • Gangarani, गङ्गाराणि gaṅgārāṇi f., The Queen Ganga.
  • Gangeshvari, गङ्गेश्वरी gaṅgeśvarī f., The name Parvatis belonging to the Lord of the Ganga.
  • Gargi, गार्गी gārgī f., Name of a Brahmavadini (who speaks / discusses Brahman) from the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, opponent of Yajnyavalkya in the speech controversy, one of the few learned women from Vedic times who is mentioned.
  • Garuda, गरुड garuḍa m., Mount of Vishnu; heavenly eagle.
  • Gaurahari, गौरहरि gaurahari m., Shining Hari, shining Krishna, golden Vishnu.
  • Gauranga, गौराङ्ग gaurāṅga m., Whose body (Anga) is bright, pure, radiant (Gaura), name Vishnu, Krishna, Chaitanya Mahaprabhus (1486-1534, founder of an important bhakti movement in Bengal, from which the Hare Krishna movement emerges derives).
  • Gauri, गौरी gaurī f., The golden, yellow, shiny, name Parvatis, the wife of Shiva.
  • Gauri Devi, गौरीदेवी gaurīdevī f., Goddess Gauri; Nickname of Durga; the golden goddess, the radiant goddess.
  • Gaurikanta, गौरीकान्त gaurīkānta m., Lover of the Gauri (Durga).
  • Gaurima, गौरिमा gaurimā f., The radiant, the shining.
  • Gaurinanda, गौरीनन्द gaurīnanda m., Son of Gauri; Joy of Gauri; Ganesha.
  • Gaurinath, गौरीनाथ gaurīnātha m., Lord (Natha) of the Gauri, name of Shiva. Gaurinath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Gaurinatha.
  • Gaurinatha, गौरीनाथ gaurīnātha m., Lord (Natha) of the Gauri, name of Shiva.
  • Gaurisha, गौरीश gaurīśa m., Lord (isha) of the Gauri, name of Shivas.
  • Gautama, गौतम gautama m., Name of a rishi, a seer. Also given name of Siddharta Gautama Buddha. Sometimes derived from Go and Tama: Tama means darkness, Go means light. From darkness to light.
  • Gautami, गौतमी gautamī f., Nickname of Durga; that leads from darkness into light.
  • Gayatri, गायत्री gāyatrī f., Name of an important Vedic meter that was elevated to the status of goddess, name of the stanza tat savitur varenyam etc. (Rigveda 3.62.10, to the sun), which is written in this meter (see Savitri).
  • Gayatri Devi, गायत्रीदेवी gāyatrīdevī f., The goddess Gayatri.
  • Ghanashyama, घनश्याम ghanaśyāma m., Dark like a (rain) cloud, name of Krishna.
  • Giridhara, गिरिधर giridhara m., The one supporting / holding the mountain; Name of Krishna who raised Govardhana to protect his followers from Indra's thunderstorm.
  • Girija, गिरिजा girijā f., The mountain-born, name Parvatis.
  • Girish, गिरीश girīśa m., Lord (isha) of the mountains / of the mountain (Giri, of the Himalaya), name of Shiva.
  • Girisha, गिरीश girīśa m., Lord (isha) of the mountains / of the mountain (Giri, of the Himalayas), name of Shiva.
  • Gita, गीता gītā f., The Sung (Upanishad), short form of Bhagavadgita (see closing formula of the individual chapters of the Bhagavadgita, iti ... bhagavadgitasupanishatsu ...), or, as a name, feminization of Gita n., The sung, song .
  • Gitanjali, गीताञ्जलि gītāñjali f., Offering songs.
  • Gitapriya, गीताप्रिया gītāpriyā f., Who is dear to the (Bhagavad-) Gita.
  • Gitapriya, गीतप्रिया gītapriyā f., Who is dear to sung / song.
  • Godavari, गोदावरी godāvarī f., Name of a river in central India.
  • Gopala, गोपाल gopāla m., Protector (Pala) of cows (Go), cowherd, name of Krishna.
  • Gopaladasa, गोपालदास gopāladāsa m., Servant of Gopala (Krishna).
  • Gopi, गोपी gopī f., Cowherdess, shepherd girl, in connection with Krishna's name of his playmates and admirers in Vrindavana, where he grew up.
  • Gopika, गोपीक gopīka f., Guardian; Cowherdess; Beloved Krishna; Nickname of Radha.
  • Gopikrishna, गोपीकृष्ण gopīkṛṣṇa m., Krishna of the cowherdesses; Designation of Krishna.
  • Gopinath, गोपीनाथ gopīnātha m., Lord of the Gopis (cowherdesses in Vrindavana), name of Krishna. Hindi shortening of Sanskrit Gopinatha.
  • Gopinatha, गोपीनाथ gopīnātha m., Lord of the Gopis (cowherdesses in Vrindavana), name of Krishna.
  • Gopipriya, गोपीप्रिया gopīpriyā f., The Beloved Gopi; the one who loves Krishna; the one loved and guarded by Krishna.
  • Gorakhnath, गोरक्षनाथ gorakṣanātha m., Name of a famous (Shivaitic) yogi from the Indian Middle Ages (= Gorakhnath गोरखनाथ). Gorakhnath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Gorakhnatha.
  • Goraksha, गोरक्ष gorakṣa m., Protector of the earth; Protector of all beings.
  • Gorakshanatha, गोरक्षनाथ gorakṣanātha m., Name of a famous (Shivaitic) yogi from the Indian Middle Ages (= Gorakhnath गोरखनाथ).
  • Govardhana, गोवर्धन govardhana m., Holy mountain; Schutzberg.
  • Govardhananatha, गोवर्धननाथ govardhananātha m., Lord of the (mountain) Govardhan, whom Krishna picked up to protect his followers from the thunderstorms of Indra: Name of Krishna.
  • Govinda, गोविन्द govinda m., Someone who keeps cows, cowherd, name of Krishna.
  • Guha , गुह guha m., Secret; Subrahmanya's name.
  • Guptaram, गुप्तराम guptarāma m., Protective Rama who is protected by Rama.
  • Guru Prema, गुरुप्रेमा gurupremā f., The Guru's Love; the one who loves the guru; the one loved by the guru.
  • Guru Shakti, गुरुशक्ति guruśakti f., The power of the guru, the energy of the guru.
  • Gurucharana, गुरुचरण gurucaraṇa m., Feet of the guru.
  • Gurudas, गुरुदास gurudāsa m., Servant of the guru.
  • Gurudasa, गुरुदास gurudāsa m., Servant of the guru.
  • Gurudipa, गुरुदीप gurudīpa m., Light of the guru; The one whose light is the Guru.
  • Guruprasad, गुरुप्रसाद guruprasāda m., Gift of the guru. Gift to the guru.
  • Guruprasada, गुरुप्रसाद guruprasāda m., Gift of the guru. Gift to the guru.
  • Guruprem , गुरुप्रेम guruprema m., Love of the guru; the one who is loved by the guru; the one who loves the guru.
  • Guruprema , गुरुप्रेम guruprema m., Love of the guru; the one who is loved by the guru; the one who loves the guru.
  • Gurupriya, गुरुप्रिया gurupriyā f., Love of the guru; loved by the guru; who loves the guru.

H - List of spiritual names that start with H.

  • Haimavati, हैमावती haimāvatī f., The name Parvatis, derived from the Himalayas, whose father is the Himalayas.
  • Hamsa , हंस haṃsa m., Swan, mount Brahmas and Saraswatis, wild goose; Symbol of freedom.
  • Hamsavahana, हंसवाहना haṁsavāhanā f., Riding a wild white goose; Name of Saraswati.
  • Hanuman, हनुमत् hanuman m., Monkey god; Symbol of devotion and infinite power; literally: the one with the strong jaws ".
  • Hara, हर hara m., Who leads everything away; who abducts the spirit; delightful; Nickname of Shiva.
  • Haraprasad, हरप्रसाद haraprasāda m., Gift from Haras (name Shivas). Haraprasad is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Haraprasada.
  • Haraprasada, हरप्रसाद haraprasāda m., Gift from Haras (name Shivas).
  • Harapriya, हरप्रिया harapriyā f., 1. who is dear to Hara (Shiva), 2. who is dear to Hara.
  • Hari, हरि hari m., Carrying, shining; Nickname of Vishnu and Krishna.
  • Hari Narayan, हरिनारायण harinārāyaṇa m., Shining Vishnu; Light of all creatures; Nickname of Vishnu.
  • Haribhakti, हरिभक्ति haribhakti f., Devotion to Hari, to Vishnu or Krishna.
  • Haridas, हरिदास haridāsa m., Servant of Hari, name of admirers of Vishnu, especially a group of singers of the Madhva tradition from Karnataka, name of the legendary teacher Tansen, the famous musician at the court of King Akbar (1542-1605).
  • Haridasa, हरिदास haridāsa m., Servant of Hari, name of admirers of Vishnu, especially a group of singers of the Madhva tradition from Karnataka, name of the legendary teacher Tansen, the famous musician at the court of King Akbar (1542-1605).
  • Harihara, हरिहर harihara m., A deity consisting half of Vishnu (Hari) and half of Shiva (Hara).
  • Harini, हरिणी hariṇī f., The golden, the shining; Epithet Durgas; also: that belonging to Vishnu.
  • Hariprasad, हरिप्रसाद hariprasāda m., Gift from Hari (= Vishnus). Hariprasad is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Hariprasada.
  • Hariprasada, हरिप्रसाद hariprasāda m., Gift from Hari (= Vishnus).
  • Hariprema, हरिप्रेम hariprema m., The love of Vishnu and Krishna (Hari).
  • Haripriya, हरिप्रिया haripriyā f., 1. who is dear to Hari (Vishnu), 2. who is dear to Hari.
  • Harisha, हरीश harīśa m., The Lord (isha) who is Hari, name Vishnus / Krishnas, also Shivas, possibly also Hanumans, since Hari can also mean monkey (but is little known).
  • Harishakti, हरिशक्ति hariśakti f., Energy Haris (Vishnus).
  • Harishchandra, हरिश्चन्द्र hariścandra m., Shiny golden, name of a mythical king who is famous for his truthfulness, which he proved even under the most difficult circumstances.
  • Harita, हरिता haritā f., Which belongs to Vishnu; the golden one, the shining one.
  • Hasita, हसिता hasitā f., Laughter, the laughing one.
  • Hema, हेमा hemā f., Either Sanskrit: the earth, beautiful woman, or the feminine form of Hindi Hema, gold.
  • Hemadri, हेमाद्रि hemādri m., Golden mountain.
  • Hemavati, m., adorned with gold.
  • Heramba, हेरम्ब heramba m., Five-headed, ten-armed tantric form of Ganesha, particularly popular in Nepal.
  • Hiranya , हिरण्या hiraṇyā f., Gold; the Golden; Nickname of Lakshmi.
  • Hiranya , हिरण्य hiraṇya m., Gold, the golden.
  • Hridaya, हृदय hṛdaya m., (Hindi; Sanskrit n.), Heart, soul, innermost, etc.
  • Hridayanath, हृदयनाथ hṛdayanātha m., The Lord of the heart, the Lord in the heart (e.g. God). Hridayanath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Hridayanatha.
  • Hridayanatha, हृदयनाथ hṛdayanātha m., The Lord of the heart, the Lord in the heart (e.g. God).

I - List of spiritual names starting with I.

  • Ila, इला ilā f., The earth, cow, language. In the Vedas the goddess of sacred rites.
  • Indira, इन्दिरा indirā f., Splendor, beauty, radiance. Name Lakshmis.
  • Indra, इन्द्र indra m., King of the gods (responsible for rain among other things), ruler, at the end of compound words: best, king
  • Indrani, इन्द्राणी indrāṇī f., Name of Indra's wife, is also called Shachi, Aindri, Paulomi, in Rigveda 10.86.11 she is described as beautiful and happy (because her husband will never die of old age), according to Ramayana and Bhagavatapurana she is a mother by Jayanta and Jayanti.
  • Indrayani, f., which leads from Indra, which leads to Indra.
  • Indu, इन्दु indū f., Feminized form of Indu, moon.
  • Indumati, इन्दुमती indumatī f., The moon-provided: full moon day.
  • Isha, ईशा īśā f., Power, greatness, name Durgas.
  • Ishta, इष्टा iṣṭā f., The beloved who is full of love.
  • Ishta, इष्ट iṣṭa m., The beloved who is full of love.
  • Ishvari, ईश्वरी īśvarī f., Ruler, mistress, name Durgas, Lakshmis, various plants and trees, designation of Kundalini.
  • Ishwara, ईश्वर īśvara m., Lord, God, often called Shivas, in yoga: a kind of Purusha without karma and suffering, omniscient, teacher of earlier gurus, denoted by the syllable Om (Yoga Sutra 1.23-26).
  • Ishwari, f.,

J - List of spiritual names beginning with J.

  • Jagadamba, जगदम्बा jagadambā f., Mother of the world.
  • Jagadambika, जगदम्बिका jagadambikā f., Mother of the world.
  • Jagadbandhu, जगद्बन्धु jagadbandhu m., Friend of the whole world; Nickname of Krishna.
  • Jagadish, जगदीश jagadīśa m., Lord of the world (Jagat), of the universe, designation Vishnus and Shivas. Jagadish is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Jagadisha.
  • Jagadisha, जगदीश jagadīśa m., Lord of the world (Jagat), of the universe, designation Vishnus and Shivas.
  • Jagadishvara, जगदीश्वर jagadīśvara m., Lord of the World (Jagat), designation of God, esp. Vishnus.
  • Jagadishvari, जगदीश्वरी jagadīśvarī f., Mistress of the world.
  • Jaganmata, जगन्माता jaganmātā f., Mother of the world.
  • Jagannath, जगन्नाथ jagannātha m., Lord of the universe, of the world, designation Vishnus or Krishna, especially in its form in Puri (Orissa), where every year a huge chariot festival for the god is celebrated. Jagannath is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Jagannatha.
  • Jagannatha, जगन्नाथ jagannātha m., Lord of the universe, of the world, designation Vishnus or Krishna, especially in its form in Puri (Orissa), where every year a huge chariot festival for the god is celebrated.
  • Jahnavi, जाह्नवी jāhnāvī f., Name of the Ganga: the descendant of (King) Jahnu, who was annoyed that the Ganga had flooded his sacrificial place when she descended from heaven and swallowed it, but at the request of kings and sages by his Ears dismissed again.
  • Janaka, जनक janaka m., Who does a lot, creates a lot; Name of the king Janaka, who combined wisdom, love and success.
  • Janaki, जानकी jānakī f., The Creative; the one who does much good; those descended from (King) Janaka, name Sitas.
  • Janani, जननी jananī f., The woman who gave birth; Primal mother; Name of Saraswati.
  • Janapriya, जनप्रिया janapriyā f., 1. who is dear to people, 2. whose love is people, to whom people are dear.
  • Janardana, जनार्दन janārdana m., Who shakes people awake, wakes them up, confuses them, sets them in motion, designation Vishnu and Krishna.
  • Jaya, जया jayā f., Femininized form of Sanskrit Jaya m .; Victory, name of Durgas, a servant of Durga, designation of a kind of banner, the 3rd, 8th, 13th day of the lunar half-month.
  • Jaya, जय jaya m., Victory, success, designation of: Sun, Indra's son Jayanta, Yudhishthira, Arjuna, a servant of Vishnu, the Mahabharata.
  • Jayadev, जयदेव jayadeva m., Divine victory; Devotion to God; victorious god; God is victory.
  • Jayadeva, जयदेव jayadeva m., Divine Victory; Devotion to God; victorious god; God is victory.
  • Jayadevi, जयादेवी jayādevī f., Victorious Goddess; divine triumph.
  • Jayani , जयानी jayānī f., Wife of Ganesha; the victorious.
  • Jayanta, जयन्त jayanta m., Victorious, name of Indra's son.
  • Jayanti, जयन्ती jayantī f., The Victorious, name of a daughter of Indra, name Durgas.
  • Jayashri, जयश्री jayaśrī f., Mastery and happiness; Pleasure and victory; Goddess of luck of victory, goddess of victory.
  • Jivan, जीवन jīvana m., Name of the sun god; Bringing life to life, invigorating, vitalizing.
  • Jivana, जीवन jīvana m., Name of the sun god; Bringing life to life, invigorating, vitalizing.
  • Jnana, ज्ञाना jñānā f., The clever, the wise.
  • Jnana Devi, ज्ञानदेवी jñānadevī f., Goddess of knowledge.
  • Jnana Shakti, ज्ञानशक्ति jñānaśakti f., The power of knowledge; the Cosmic Power of Knowledge.
  • Jnanada, ज्ञानदा jñānadā f., Who brings the knowledge, who transmits the knowledge; Name of Saraswati.
  • Jnanadarpana, ज्ञानदर्पण jñānadarpaṇa m., Mirror of knowledge.
  • Jnanadev, ज्ञानदेव jñānadeva m., (= Jnaneshvara) 1. God of knowledge, 2. whose god is knowledge, the latter including the name of one of the most important poet saints of Maharashtra (d. Approx. 1296), who was a famous yogi and a poetic commentary on Bhagavadgita composed (Jnaneshvari). Jnanadev is the Hindi shortening of the Sanskrit word Jnanadeva.
  • Jnanadeva, ज्ञानदेव jñānadeva m., (= Jnaneshvara) 1. God of knowledge, 2. whose god is knowledge, the latter including the name of one of the most important poet saints of Maharashtra (d. Approx. 1296), who was a famous yogi and a poetic commentary on Bhagavadgita composed (Jnaneshvari).
  • Jnanadevi, ज्ञानदेवी jñānadevī f., Goddess of knowledge.
  • Jnanamurti, ज्ञानमूर्ति jñānamūrti m., Embodiment of knowledge.
  • Jnanashakti, ज्ञानशक्ति jñānaśakti f., The power of knowledge; the Cosmic Power of Knowledge.
  • Jnanesha, ज्ञानेश jñāneśa m., 1. God of knowledge, 2. Whose god is knowledge.
  • Jnaneshvara, ज्ञानेश्वर jñāneśvara m., Jnanadeva; God of knowledge.
  • Jnaneshvari, ज्ञानेश्वरी jñāneśvarī f., Goddess of knowledge.
  • Jnani, ज्ञानी jñānī m., Knower; someone who recognizes; someone who has the highest knowledge.
  • Jyoti, ज्योति jyoti f., (Hindi; Sanskrit jyotis n.) Light, shine.
  • Jyoti Devi, ज्योतिदेवी jyotidevī f., Divine light, goddess full of light.
  • Jyoti Prema, ज्योतिप्रेमा jyotipremā f., Light and love, luminous love; the one who shines with love, who radiates love.
  • Jyoti Shakti, ज्योतिशक्ति jyotiśakti f., Luminous energy, luminous power; that emits light.
  • Jyotidas, ज्योतिदास jyotidāsa m., Servant of light.
  • Jyotidhara, ज्योतिधर jyotidhara m., Light bearer; who brings the light.
  • Jyotiprakash, ज्योतिप्रकाश jyotiprakāśa m., Radiant light. Bright light.
  • Jyotiprakasha, ज्योतिप्रकाश jyotiprakāśa m., Radiant light. Bright light.
  • Jyotipriya, ज्योतिप्रिया jyotipriyā f. Who loves the light; loved by the light.
  • Jyotirmaya, ज्योतिर्मया jyotirmayā f., The Light Full; the one made of light.
  • Jyotirmaya, ज्योतिर्मय jyotirmaya m., Made of light, consisting of light.
  • Jyotish, ज्योतिष jyotiṣa m., Full of light, the one filled with light. Jyotisha is also astronomy and astrology, the science of light bodies.
  • Jyotisha, ज्योतिष jyotiṣa m., Full of light, the one filled with light. Jyotisha is also astronomy and astrology, the science of light bodies.
  • Jyotsna, ज्योत्स्ना jyotsnā f., Moonlight, name Durgas.

K - Indian Spiritual Names starting with K.

  • Kailas, कैलास Kailāsa m., Name of the sacred mountain of Shiva.
  • Kailasa, कैलास Kailāsa m., Name of the sacred mountain of Shiva.
  • Kailash, कैलाश Kailāśa m., Name of the sacred mountain of Shiva.
  • Kailasha, कैलाश Kailāśa m., Name of the sacred mountain of Shiva.
  • Kaivalya, कैवल्या kaivalyā f., Feminization of Kaivalya; n., isolation (of the Purusha from Prakriti, mind and matter), redemption according to Patanjali.
  • Potash, काली kālī f., The Black, the Black Goddess.
  • Kali Devi, कालीदेवी kālīdevī f., The black goddess.
  • Kalidas, कालिदास kālidāsa m., Servant of the Kali, name of a famous poet from around the 4th century, Chr. Hindi abbreviation of Sanskrit Kalidasa.
  • Kalidasa, कालिदास kālidāsa m., Servant of the Kali, name of a famous poet from around the 4th century, Chr.
  • Kalidevi, कालीदेवी kālīdevī f., The black goddess.
  • Kalika