Astrology believes that the stars have a powerful influence on a birth and the name has an important dominance in one’s life. The nakshatras are one of the oldest references derived from Rig Veda, dating back to 5,000 years ago. The Vedas are the ancient religious scriptures of Hindu mythology by great seers and sages of India. Their meanings are derived from the constellations, fixed stars, mythology and the science behind their position in the sky.
According to the Indian Astrology, when a child is born the first syllable of one’s name has been decided according to the birth star, the position of the moon and the quarter. Suppose a child is born under Bharini nakshatra the baby’s name will start from the letter Lee, Lu, Le, Lo, Li. It could be Leeladhar, Leelakaar, Leela, Lekha, Lakhshin, Leelakantha. The first syllable of the name falls under these nakshatras. Some uncommon names have been suggested according to those syllables. Every nakshatra has a ruling deity like Aswini’s lord is Ketu (South Lunar Node), Bharini’s lord is Shukra (Venus), Krithika’s lord is Surya (Sun), Rohini’s lord is Chandra (Moon), Mrigshiras’s lord is Mangala (Mara), Arudra’s lord is Rahu (North Lunar Node), Punarvasu’s lord is Guru (Jupiter), Pushyami’s lord is Shani (Saturn) and Ashlesha’s lord is Budh (Mercury).
Aswini (Awasthi) Chu Che Cho La Chay - Cheliyan, Chetna, Chellamuttu, Laboni, Lajwanti, Lajita, Lakshmi, Lakshminarayan
Bharini Lee Lu Le Lo Li – Lekisha, Leora, Liladhar, Lilly, Lochana, Lopamudra, Lomash, Lokpradeep, Loukya, Lucia, Lolita
Krithika (Karthikai) A Ee U Ea I E – Aabheer, Aadhira, Aadidev, Aaditri, Aagney, Aadhya, Aahva, Arul, Anit, Elia Eka, Ecchumati, Ekaa, Indiya, Indrajun, Indukant Induma, Iraj, Iraja, Urvi Usri, Utsa, Uttal
Rohini O Ba Bi Bu Vee Va Vi Vu Bee – Oditi, Oha, Ojasvi, Omala, Omana, Vachi, Vahini, Vagish, Valli, Varda Vari, Vikramin, Virini, Visvajit, Vishweswar
Mrigshiras (Magayiriyam) Ve Vo Ka Ki Be Bo – Kadhiroli, Kabir, Kairav, Kairavi, Kalap, Kalapi, Kalya, Kallol, Kalidasa, Kirin, Kirthivallabh, Kiya, Vedasri, Vennela, Vengai, Vanavir
Arudra (Thiruvadhirai) Gha Ng Na Chha Ku Kam – Chandrachur, Chandraditya, Chahna, Damien, Dakshi, Dahak, Danuj, Jahan, Jahi, Jahnu, Jagish, Jagathi, Jainil, Jayan, Jayani, Kuja, Kuhan, Kamya, Kamitha, Kushad, Kuvalai, Kuyil, kuzhagan, Kuzhandai
Punarvasu (Punartham) Ke Ko Ha Hi – Hanita, Hansa, Hanumanta, Hara, Hiya, Hiten, Hisha, Keshini, Kesavan, Ketki, Ketubh, Keya, Keyur, Koushik, Kokila,, Kovida, Koshin
Pushyami (Pooyam) Hu He Ho Da – Daksh, Daivya, Daman, Damayanti, Hemen, Hemish, Hemanya, Hemdev, Hetvi, Husna, Hoor, Hurditya, Humaila
Ashlesha (Ayilyam) Dee Doo Day Do Di Du De – Dayakar, Deeba, Deehar, Dayita, Doyel, Deeptendu, Deepit, Medhani, Medhavi, meer, Meeresh, Mehan, Mehith, Mervin, Meru, Menmoli, Mekhal, Mehul
Every nakshatra has a ruling planet which is called the lord of that nakshatra. Like Maga’s lord is Ketu (South Lunar Node), Purva Phalguni’s lord is Shukra (Venus), Uttara Phalguni’s lord is Surya (Sun), Hastha’s lord is Chandra (Moon), Chitra’s lord is Mangala (Mars), Swati’s lord is Rahu (North Lunar Node), Visakha’s lord is Guru (Jupiter), Anuradha’s lord is Shani (Saturn) and Jyeshtha’s lord is Budh (Mercury). These names have auspicious meanings too, which can enhance a meaningful life of your baby.
Makha (Magha, Makam) Ma Me Mu Mi – Madhavan, Madhuk, Madhul, Mahasvin, Mahua, Mainak, Manan, Mamik, Malay, Manini, Manit, Mathi, Mayra, Mayil, Talish, Tamas, Tamira, Tamra, Tanay, Tarini, Tarika, Tavish, Tirtha
Poorva Phalguni (Pooram, Pubba) Mo Ta Ti Te – Moksh, Molina, Moriya, Moriya, Pachaimani, Padam, Padmapani, Padmal, Palash, Pampa, Palin, Panini, Parin, Parina, Thooyavan
Uttara Phalguni (Uttara, Utram) To Pa Pi – Pinaki, Pia, Payod, Pavit, Pitambara, Pivari, Teji, Tejal, Teerthankar, Tejomay, Parina, Parin, Nauhar, Naruna, Narsi, Naubahar, Nathin
Hastha (Atham) Pu Poo Sha Tha – Rabia, Poorvi, Poornakamala, Poorika, Rabhya, Rachit, Radhak, Pathik, Partha, Thaman, Thayalan, Thangasami, Thanmai, Rasul, Rathin, Rashmil
Chitra (Chithira) Pe Po Ra Ri – Perumal, Peeyush, Pomesh, Pemal, Pehr, Pekham, Peehu, Pernita, Ridit, Riju, Rachit, Raadhak, Rahel, Rahan, Rijuta, Rishani, Rishika, Rishit, Rivan, Rituraj, Ritul, Rithwik
Swati (Chothy) Ru Re Ro Ta Roo – Reha, Reman, Reva, Rochi, Rochan, Romir, Roja, Rolee, Rubin, Ruban, Rudr, Rutvij, Rutuja, Thakarshi, Thayalan, Thaneesha, Thangavel
Visakha (Visakam) Te Tu Tae To – Tuhin, Tuhi, Tushar, Tilka, Tushita, Tejal, Tejomay, Tejas,Tulya, Toru, Toyesh
Anuradha (Anizham) Na Nee Noo Nae Ni Nu Ne – Nabah, Nabhya, Nadish, Nabhith, Nabhanyu, Nadin, Nadeesh, Naomi, Narhari, Narmad, Nathan, Natun, Neelabh, Neelesh, Nayath, Neeladri, Noopur
Jyeshtha (Triketta) No Ya Yi U Yu – Noshi, Ubika, Uchadev, Udaya, Udaybhan, Udbala, Udeep, Yadavi, Yaduvir, Yagya, Yadunandan, Yaduvir, Yashita
The last series gives the variety of auspicious names to your babies. The personal planet in which the nakshatra inhabits reveals in depth information about the individual. They are rich in meaning and have ruled deities that reveal the stories or myths that bring life and influence in our lives. Moola’s lord is Ketu (South Lunar Node), Purna Ashadha’s lord is Shukra (Venus), Uttara Ashadha’s lord is Surya (Sun), Sravana’s lord is Chandra (Moon), Dhanishta’s lord is Mangala (Mars), Sathabhisham’s lord is Rahu (North Lunar Mode), Purna Bhadrapada’s lord is Guru (Jupiter), Uttara Bhadrapada’s lord is Shani (Saturn) and Revathis’s lord is Budh (Mercury).
Moola (Moolam) Yo Ye Bhi Bha Bh – Bhagini, Bhama, Bhanuni, Bhanvi, Bhavi, Bhaumi, Bhavin, Bhavik, Yedhant, Yekshit, Yognavi, Yonita, Yosana, Yousha
Purva Ashadha (Purvashada) Bhu Dha Pha – Bhuvi, Dhaanush, Phagun, Phalguni, Dhaneswar, Bhumi, Bhupati
Uttara Asadha (Uthradam) Bhe Bho Ja Ji – Jagad, Jabeen, Jaba, Jahi, Jagvi, Jiaan, Jihan, Jimuta, Jina, Jishnu, Jival
Sravana (Thiruvonam) Khi Khee Khu Khe Kho Ju Je Jo – Jeenal, Jeeval, Jeevaraj, Jeevesh, Jeevan, Jeiya, Jeval, Jevana, Joel, Joita, Joyeb, Jugaad, Jugnu, Juma, Khushika, Khevna, Khushbu, Khian, Khosal
Dhanishta (Avittam) Ga Gi Gu Ge Gee – Gadin, Gajra, Gamini, Gagan, Gaurik, Gaish, Gaman, Gatik, Girik, Gunav, Gulal, Gargi, Gauhar, Gayle, Giyan, Gulab
Sathabisham (Chathayam) Go Sa Si Su S See – Gomini, Gomya, Gool, Gogula, Gopum, sabal, Sabhya, Sachi, Sadaf, Shitij, Subhi, Sudev, Swarit, Swetha, Swara, Syum, Syon
Purvabhadra (Pururuttathy, Purva Bhadra) Se So Da Di _ Dahak, Daksh, Daiwik, Dikshan, Dipen, Disha, Diti, Divit, Divyansh, Diyu, Selvan, Sejal, Sendhil, Sohil, Soham, Som, Somatra
Uttarabhadra (Uthrittathy, Uttara Bhadra) Du Tha Jha Tra – Durva, Duranjaya, Jharna, Jhanish, Trailokva, Dushyant, Durvish, Trariti, Trayathi, Trailokava
Revathi (Revati) De Do Cha Chi – Chahal, Chalama, Chandraditya, Charuchandra, Chiranjeevi, Chiraayu, Chintya, Chiti, Deeba, Deborah, Deepit, Desna, Deleena, Deetya, Demira, Devrat, Doyel, Dolon
For many years now, there has been a trend among parents to make up a name to further enhance their baby's unique identity. This is not an unwise idea. Many of the names used today were made up hundreds of years ago and did not necessarily have a specific meaning. The only problem ....
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