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Aditya Name Meaning

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Meaning of Aditya

Sun

Aditya Name Origin

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Aditya name origin
Aditya meaning "first son" and "bright" (as of the sun). Sanskrit origin is well known as Indonesian name.
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An extremely nice name , anyone with this name has the Brightness of Lord Sun Aditya meaning "first son" and "bright" (as of the sun). Sanskrit origin is well known as Indonesian name. Aditya mean "sun who give light to world
Aditya also appears in following countries/origins/languages: American, Indonesian, Sindhi
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Meaning of Aditya in Hindu origin/culture for Boy name with history and fame details.