Ancient Indian Names of People Boys M to Y

Ancient Indian Names of People Boys M to Y:

Mahendra, Mohinder = The great God Indra (the God of the sky)

Mahesh = Lord Shiva, A great ruler

Maheswar = God Shankar

Mani = Gem, A jewel

Manik, Manikya = A light pink to blood red gemstone

Manoj = Born of the mind, Cupid

Marut = The wind

Mayoor = Peacock

Meghnad, Meghnath = Lord of the sky

Mohan = Beauteous, Attractive, Charming

Mukesh = Lord Shiva, Cupid

Mukul = Bud, Soul, Blossom

Nagabhushanam = God Shankar, Lord Shiva

Nanda = Joy

Narayan = Lord Vishnu, The son of man

Narendra, Narinder = King of men

Naveen, Navin = New

Nawal, Naval = Wonder

Nimit = Destiny

Niranjan = Lord Shiva

Nirbhay = Fearless

Nirogi = Without Illness

Param = Being Supreme

Paramartha = Highest Truth

Pran = Life, Vital breath

Pranay = Love

Prasad = Brightness, Blessing

Prathamesh = Ganpati

Prayag = Confluence of Ganga-Jamuna-Saraswati, A city in India called Allahabad

Prem = Love

Puneet = Pure

Purushottam = The best among men, Lord Rama

Rahul = Son of Lord Buddha, Efficient, Capable, Conqueror of all miseries/sadness

Raj = King, Rule, Kingdom, Monarch

Rajan = King

Rajendra = A mighty king

Rajinder = The emperor, King of Kings

Rajiv = Lotus Flower

Rakesh = Lord of the night, Moon

Ramesh = Ruler of Rama, Lord Vishnu

Rameshwar = Lord of Rama

Ranjit, Ranjeet = The delighted one, Victorious, One who is entertained

Ravi = Sun

Ritesh = Lord of Seasons, Lord of truth

Rohan = Ascending, Sandalwood, Healing

Rohit = Red, The sun’s red light, First rays of the sun

Rudra = The terrible, Lord Shiva

Sachin = Pure, Lord Shiva, Existence, Essence

Sameer, Samir = Early morning fragrance, Breeze, Wind, Entertainer

Sanjay = Dhritarashtra’s charioteer, Triumphant

Sankara = Auspicious

Sarvin = Best Archer, God of Love

Satish = Ruler of hundreds, Victorious, One who speaks the truth, Sati’s husband, Lord Shiva, Sunrise

Satyen = Lord of the truth

Shankar = Lord Shiva, God Shankar, He who gives happiness

Shantanu = Whole, A king of Hastinapura in the epic of ‘Mahabharata’, Father of Bhishma, Peace loving

Shashi = Moon

Sher = The beloved one or a Lion

Shiv = God Shiva

Siddarth = One who has accomplished his goal, Buddha

Siddhran = Perfection

Som, Somu = The moon

Somnath = Lord of the moon, God Shiva

Subhash = Soft Spoken

Subodh = Sound Advice, Spiritual Intelligence

Suman = Cheerful and wise

Suresh = The ruler of the gods, Lord Indra

Surya = The sun

Suryakant, Suryakanta = Loved by the sun, Glowing, Good Looking, A jewel

Sushil, Susheel = Good charactered man, Well-behaved

Swami = Lord, Master

Swapnil = Dreamlike, Seen in a dream, Dreamy

Tapan = Summer, Sun

Tara = A star, The name of a Buddhist goddess

Tarun = Young, Tender

Tej = Light, Lustrous, Radiant

Tejas = Sharp, Lustre, Brilliance

Trilochan, Trilochana = Three-Eyed Lord, Lord Shiva

Trilok = Three Worlds

Trilokesh = Lord of Universe, Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu

Triloki, Triloki Nath, Trilokanath = Lord Shiva

Tushar = Snow, Winter

Udai = The rising, To rise

Udit = Shining, Grown

Ujjawal, Ujjwal = Bright, Clear, Splendorous

Umang = Happiness, Enthusiastic

Upendra = Lord Vishnu

Uttam = Best

Vasudev = Father of Krishna

Vasudeva = The father of the God Krishna

Vedang, Vedanga = Part of the sacred knowledge

Vidhya = Wisdom, Relevant to Goddess Durga/Saraswati

Vidur, Vidhur = Skilful, Expert, Wise, The wisest minister of King Dhrutarashtra’s cabinet in great Indian Epic

Vijay = Victory, Strong and victorious

Vimal = Pure

Vinay = Polite

Vishnu, Bishnu = The protector, An important Hindu God

Vishwamitra = Friend of the universe, One of the most venerated sages in India since ancient time

Vyas = The arranger

Yogendra, Yoginder = God of Yoga, Another name for Lord Shiva

Yogesh = Lord of Yoga