Female Indian (Hindi) names

can be tamed (rain)

Indus

– bright

Kala

– art

Kali

– black and a time eater

Kalpana

– fantasy, imagining

Kalyani

– auspicious and wedding

Kamala

– red

Kant

– beautiful, desired

Kanti

– beauty

Kanti

– call, call, pray

Karishma

– miracle

Kiri

– amaranth flower

Kishori

– foal

Kor

– princess

Kosalya

– from the people of Kozal

Kumari

– daughter

Kshitidzh

– horizon

Kailash

– crystal

L vanya

– beauty, grace

Laxmi

– goal

Lakshmi

– purpose

Lalit

– playful

Lalita

– child, teenager

Lata

– escape

Lila

– game

Lilavati

– good the will of the god

Lilla

– the game

Madhavi

– from the spring pores

Madher

– sweet

Madhu

– honey

Maya

– illusion

Macta

– liberated

Mala

– necklace

Malati

– jasmine

Manju

– melodic, pleasing

Manjula

– melodic, pleasing

Manjusha

– decorate the box with jewels

Ma niche

– wisdom

Marwa

– sweet marjoram

Peace

– prosperous

Mirra

– prosperous

Mohana

– charming

Mohini

– bewitching

Neha

– love and rain

Nila

– blue , dark blue

Nilam

– sapphire

Nitya

– always, forever

Thread

– always, forever

Nihila

– everything, whole

Niche

– night

Padma

– lotus flower

Padmavati

– as a lotus flower

Padmini

– possesses lotus flowers

Parvati

– it is from the mountains

First

– eastern

Pernima

– full moon

Pratibha

– talented

Pratima

– idol, statue

Prema

– love

Priya

– beloved

Punita

– holy, pure

Purnima

– full moon

Pushpa

– flower

Rajni

– queen

Radha

– successful

Radhika

– successful

Rakmini

– decorated with gold

Rakna

– created

Rani

– queen

Rati

– pleasure

Ratna

– gemstone

Rachana

– created

Rashmi

– ray of sunlight

Reshmi

– silk

Ria

– singer

Rizika – flow

Hrithik

– copper

Ritsika

– tradition

Rishima

– ray of the moon

Riya

– singer

Rohan

– ascending

Rupinder

– beauty

Savitri

– solar

Sanjana

– Creator

Sandhya

– Twilight

Sarala

– Straight

Saraswati

– Lake proprietor

Sarika

– Parrot

Warma

– Good color

Siita

– from the myth of Rama’s wife, who was kidnapped by Ravana

Sima

– border, limit

Sita

– from the myth of Rama’s wife, who was kidnapped by Ravana

Sitara

Sitta

– from the myth of Rama’s wife, who was kidnapped by Ravana

Sonal

– golden

Sri

– beauty that illuminates

Sulabha

– light, simple

Sumana

– good-natured

Sumantra

– good adviser

Sumati

– prone to good

Sunita

– tactful

Suniti

– good behavior

Sunitta

– well spent

Dryed

– good behavior

Sushilla

– good behavior

Tamara

– spice

Tamaraa

– spice

Tara

– star

Trishna

– coveted, thirst

Mind – flax

Usha

– dawn

Harsha

– delighted or happy

Chanda

– bright or cruel

Chandana

– sandalwood

Candrakanta

– beloved by the moon

Shakantala

– bird

Shakti

– power

Shanta

– calmness, peaceful

Shanti

– peace, quiet

Sharmila

– comfort, protection

Shivali

– Shiva’s lover

Shila

– behavior

Shobha

– shine

Shyama

– black, blue

Shyamala

– black, blue

Aishvoya

– wealth

Asha

– desire, desired

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