Ancient Indian Names of People Girls E to R

Ancient Indian Names of People Girls E to R:

Ekaparnika = Goddess Durga

Elakshi = A woman with bright eyes

Enakshi = Deer-Eyed, One who has eyes like deer

Esha = Goddess Parvati, Purity, Desire

Eshana = Wish, Desire, Search

Eshita = One who desires

Gautami = River Godavari, Wife a sage Gautam

Gayatri = Veda Mata – The mother of all Vedas, Sanskrit mantra

Geeta = The holy book of the Hindus

Geetanjali, Gitanjali = Collection of poems/songs, presenting songs as an offering

Gemine, Gemini = Twins

Girja, Girija = Goddess Parvati, Consort of Lord Shiva

Gita = The Hindu holy book

Hamsini = Who rides a swan, Goddess Saraswati

Harinakshi = One with eyes like deer

Harita = Green

Heema = Gold

Himadri = Peak of snow, The Himalaya mountain

Himani = Glacier, Goddess Parvati

Hiranya = Gold

Indira = The Goddess Lakshmi, Wife of the god Vishnu

Jaimini = Victory

Jaya = Victory, Victorious, Goddess Durga

Jyoti = Flame, Light, Lamp, The light of the Sun

Jyotsana = Radiant Like Flames, Goddess Durga

Kali = The great Goddess, A form of Durga, Maa Kali

Kalinda = The sea

Kalpana = Imagine, A fantasy

Kalyani = Auspicious, Fortunate

Kama = The golden one, Love

Kamala, Kamla = Goddess Lakshmi

Kanchan = Gold

Kanishka = A king of the Kushan Empire in South Asia who supported Buddhism, Small

Kanti = Light, Lovely, Lustre

Kashyapi = Earth

Kumari = A girl or daughter, Goddess Durga

Kumuda = Lotus Flower

Lakshmi, Laxmi = Goddess of Wealth, fortunate, Wife of Lord Vishnu

Lalita = Beautifull Lady, Elegant, a form of Durga

Lavanya = Grace, Beauty

Leela = Devine Play, Amusement

Lila, Leela = Playful, Divine Drama

Madhuri = Sweetness

Malti, Malati = A jasmine flower

Mandakini, Mandaakini = An Indian river

Mangala, Mangalya = Auspicious

Mani = Gem, A jewel

Manisha = Intellect, Desire, Wish

Manjusha = A box of jewels, Treasure chest, Lady with a Sweet Voice

Meena, Mina = Precious blue stone, With Beautiful Eyes resembling a Fish

Meenakshi, Minakshi = Goddess Parvathi, One with fish-shaped eyes

Menka, Menaka = An Apsara, Shakuntala’s mother

Mohana = Attractive

Mohini = Most Beautiful

Nalini = Lotus, Mother of the Vedas, Goddess Gayatri

Nikita = Victorious, Unconquered, Earth, Ganges

Ojaswini = Lustrous

Omana = A woman

Oormila, Urmila = Daughter of King Janaka of Mithila, The younger sister of Sita, Name of Lakshman’s wife

Opalina, Opaline = Jewel

Padma = A lotus

Parvati = Goddess, Wife of Lord Shiva, Durga

Poornima, Purnima = Full Moon, The night of the full moon

Pramila = One of Arjuna’s wives

Prasanna = Ever Fresh

Preity = Affection, Love

Prema = Love, Affection

Priya = Dear One, Beloved

Priyala = Honorable Beloved

Pushti = Possessor of All Wealth, Goddess Lakshmi

Radha = The beloved of Lord Krishna, Prosperity, Success

Rageswari, Rageshwari = Goddess of melody, Master of Melodic modes

Rajinder = Variant of ‘Rajendra’, King Indra Ramaa = Goddess Lakshmi

Rati = Consort of Cupid, Love, Joy

Rita = Brave, Honest

Rohana = Sandalwood

Rukhmani, Rukmini = Wife of Lord Krishna

Rupinder = Beautiful