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We have a list of 20 beautiful and meaningful Hindu baby boy names starting with the letter S which means Shiv.
Sadhvi: Means one who is truthful, sincere or virtuous.
Bhagavan: A name for Vishnu that points to his great qualities; an all-pervading presence in everything we do. Narayana: Meaning “manifest” or “to show”. Jwaraj : Protector of life. Dheeraj : Bright light as if from the sun’s rays. Dharmaraj : Ruler of Dharma – righteousness and truth in thought deed and intention; Rudraksha Mala : Prayer beads made out of seeds found on trees related to rudraksas called El
Samrat: Hindi, Sanskrit. “The emperor.”
Sayyid: Arabic. “Lord; master.”
Seamus: Irish Gaelic (Irish). “James’s son.”
Sebastian: Latin. “Revered one who comes from the east.”
Shamsuddin: Arabic name meaning ‘sun of faith.’ It may also refer to a descendant of Mohammed through his daughter Fatima Zahra and her husband Ali ibn Abi Talib, or it might mean someone who is worthy of respect because he has many virtues such as good manners and honesty in dealing with others. Its roots are from shams which means sun, and al-deen is an ancient Arab word for religion. In
Shaan – An Indian name meaning “king” or “royal.”
Laxman – The Hindu god who is the brother of Lord Rama.
Savitri – A character in a story about how her husband, Satyavan, was revived from death by following a test of abstinence for 40 days and nights. (Hindu)
Siddhartha Gautama aka Buddha- Known as one of the most influential spiritual leaders to have lived on earth during his time. His teachings are among some that are an integral part of Buddhism’s core philosophy and practice today. (Buddha)
Subramanya or Murugan/Muruga – One known as ‘the son’of Shiva and Parvati. (Hindu)
Surya – The Hindu sun god who is also considered the chief of the Adityas, a group of gods that represent aspects and qualities such as light or darkness.
Light from him fills everything he touches so for Hindus, this deity is often worshiped during morning services to signify the beginning of each day. (Hindu)
Varuna- The “giver,” one who provides sustenance and nourishment to all living things including humans on earth’s surface which includes food water and air we breathe in order to survive.(Hindu)
Vishnu – He is believed by many people across India to be their protector, preserver, and savior; his name means “the all-pervading one.”
Soma – He is the Hindu god of extracting and giving life from moonlight through plants. (Hindu)
Sahasrajna – This deity means ‘thousand born,’ in Sanskrit, because his parents were never revealed to us.(Hindu) Surya – The Hindu sun god who is also considered the chief of the Adityas, a group of gods that represent aspects and qualities such as light or darkness. (Hindu). Varuna- The “giver,” one who provides sustenance and nourishment to all living things including humans on earth’s surface which includes food water and air we breathe in order to survive. (Hindu)
Vishnu – The Hindu god of preservation and protection. He is known as the preserver or protector in Hindu mythology, he preserves them from evil forces such as the demon king Ravana.(Hindu). Krishna- In Sanskrit “the dark one” also means black; but it’s an auspicious term for this deity which has a wide range of meanings including ‘all attractive’ (Krishna), ‘from all time,’ ‘(he who does not have to go anywhere)’ or, simply, ”dark.”(Hindu) Dhanvantari- This surgeon personifies medicine in Indian culture. It literally translates into “He who holds up life” because when practicing surgery they heal wounds and help people live. (Hindu)
Surya – Surya is the Hindu solar deity and means “The Sun” in Sanskrit.(Hindu). Indra- He was originally a god of war, but now he’s often called “the king of gods.”(Hindu) Shiva – The destroyer or transformer outside the realm of normal cosmic activity; as time destroys worlds, so does this powerful being transform them into higher planes. Ayurvedic medicine which can be translated to mean science for life knowledge is an ancient Indian system that works on preventing illness before it happens with natural medicines like herbs and food instead of relying solely on western pharmaceuticals.(Ayurvedic Medicine). Rama – In Hinduism, he is the seventh avatar of Vishnu and one of the most celebrated Indian divinities.
This blog post content will be in multiple paragraphs, not just bullets: Just like humans, we all have different cultures and religions that shape our lives. A person’s culture can affect their ability to speak or comprehend a language; it also affects what they wear (and how), where they live, who their friends are, and more.(Culture) And because Hinduism has so many followers around the world with vastly diverse customs, there’s no way I could list them all here! But for those looking for inspiration from some other Hindus out there? Here are some unique baby boy names beginning with S:
(whose name means “unlimited”)
Maitri, meaning “kindness” or “friendship.”
Another word for the Hindu God Vishnu is Narayana. This god’s incarnation was Rama, who had a wife by the name of Sita. And because Indian culture so often follows patriarchal traditions, many Hindus will give their daughters names that don’t have any connection to their husbands’ family. So there are plenty more unique baby boy names beginning with S hindu: Suraj (meaning sun), Shubhankar (which refers to something auspicious) and Siddharth which means “one who has attained wisdom.” With all these amazing choices, you’re sure to find the perfect name for your new bundle of joy.
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20 Unique Baby Boy Names Starting With S Hindu by on November 06 2017 02:30 PM PST In case there are any Hindus out there, here is a list of 20 unique baby boy names that start with “S.” Achala – Aditya – Akshaya whose name means “unlimited” Maitri who
Shardulnathjiyaa – Shree Sandipani Muni; it is the name of a Hindu religious figure who was traditionally ascribed as authoring one version of the Yoga Sutras, and with teaching Patañjali. He is also known by his ancient Sanskrit honorific Patanjali-putra (son). The title has been used in various contexts since early medieval times: for example, to denote patrilineal descent from lord Raghavendra Swami’s guru Sri Sadgurudev Sripadangadeva Prativadiptaka or to refer at least three different historical figures who are claimed to have been the author of Yoga Sutras.
Siddhimantha – Srikantha
Surendrajiyaa – The name means “good, fortunate one.” It is an ancient Sanskrit male given name. Surendrāghava or Śaurinandana (IAST) was a Pañcāla prince and founder of the Maitraka dynasty in Gujarat from c. 700-750 CE which ruled portions of Saurashtra area on western India’s Malabar Coast for about two centuries before it was overthrown by Chalukyas of Badami around 100 CE. History He is also known as Paramara-pratihara, a title that indicates his position as head of the Paramara branch of the Pratihara family. He was born in Ujjain, based on which he is also known by its epithet “Ujjaiyavarman” (IAST:), and established himself at Valabhi c. 700 CE. Surendrajiyaa – The name means “good, fortunate one.” It is an ancient Sanskrit male given name. Surendrāghava or Śaurinandana (IAST) was a Pañcāla prince and founder of the Maitraka dynasty in Gujarat from c. 700-750 CE which ruled portions of Saurashtra area on western India