250+ Dog names in sanskrit for male and female with meanings

Choosing a Sanskrit name for your dog can add cultural richness and uniqueness. Sanskrit, an ancient Indian language, offers various beautiful names that reflect strength, beauty, and personality. Explore names like “Shakti” (meaning power), “Sundara” …

Choosing a Sanskrit name for your dog can add cultural richness and uniqueness. Sanskrit, an ancient Indian language, offers various beautiful names that reflect strength, beauty, and personality.

Explore names like “Shakti” (meaning power), “Sundara” (meaning beautiful), or “Bhaskara” (meaning sun). 

 

Sanskrit dog names for male and female

 

 

150 Male dog names in Sanskrit:

1. Aditya (sun)

2. Aarav (peaceful)

3. Bhaskar (shining)

4. Chandra (moon)

5. Dev (god-like)

6. Eeshwar (lord)

7. Gagan (sky)

8. Hari (lord Vishnu)

9. Indra (god of thunder)

10. Jai (victory)

11. Kabir (great sage)

12. Lakshya (target)

13. Mohan (charming)

14. Nirav (quiet)

15. Omkar (divine sound)

16. Prathamesh (first among all)

17. Rajan (king)

18. Samir (breeze)

19. Tapan (sun)

20. Ujjwal (bright)

21. Varun (god of water)

22. Yash (glory)

23. Aarya (noble)

24. Badal (cloud)

25. Chandan (sandalwood)

26. Divij (born of divine)

27. Gaurav (pride)

28. Hemant (winter)

29. Ishan (sun)

30. Jagdish (master of the world)

31. Keshav (another name of Lord Krishna)

32. Lokesh (lord of the world)

33. Naman (salutation)

34. Omkar (sacred syllable)

35. Pranav (sacred syllable OM)

36. Rishi (sage)

37. Sameer (breeze)

38. Tarun (young)

39. Utkarsh (prosperity)

40. Veer (brave)

41. Abhay (fearless)

42. Bodhi (enlightened)

43. Daksh (capable)

44. Harihar (combination of Vishnu and Shiva)

45. Jagannath (lord of the universe)

46. Kanishk (an ancient king)

47. Lalit (beautiful)

48. Mithun (pair)

49. Nikhil (whole)

50. Ojas (vitality)

51. Prakash (light)

52. Rahul (efficient)

53. Siddharth (one who has achieved enlightenment)

54. Tanish (ambition)

55. Uday (sunrise)

56. Vasudev (another name of Lord Krishna)

57. Abhinav (novel)

58. Bimal (pure)

59. Dasarathi (son of Dasaratha, Lord Rama)

60. Ganesh (lord Ganesha)

61. Hriday (heart)

62. Ishaan (sun)

63. Jayant (victorious)

64. Karan (helper)

65. Lohit (red)

66. Madhav (another name of Lord Krishna)

67. Nakul (one of the Pandava brothers)

68. Ojasvin (energetic)

69. Prasad (blessing)

70. Rajeev (lotus)

71. Shiva (lord Shiva)

72. Trilok (three worlds)

73. Utsav (celebration)

74. Vijay (victory)

75. Yashwant (renowned)

76. Akash (sky)

77. Bodhisattva (enlightened being)

78. Dhanesh (lord of wealth)

79. Govinda (another name of Lord Krishna)

80. Hansraj (king of swans)

81. Indulal (moonstone)

82. Jivan (life)

83. Kalyan (auspicious)

84. Manish (god of mind)

85. Naveen (new)

86. Omkar (creator of OM)

87. Prithvi (earth)

88. Raghav (descendant of Raghu, Lord Rama)

89. Shivam (auspicious)

90. Trishul (trident)

91. Varuna (god of water)

92. Yogi (one who practices yoga)

93. Aarush (first ray of the sun)

94. Basant (spring)

95. Devesh (lord of the gods)

96. Girish (lord of the mountains)

97. Harshad (one who gives happiness)

98. Jaidev (lord of victory)

99. Keshava (another name of Lord Krishna)

100. Loknath (lord of the world)

101. Manu (thinker)

102. Naveen (new)

103. Omkar (divine sound)

104. Parth (another name of Arjuna)

105. Ravi (sun)

106. Shivansh (part of Lord Shiva)

107. Trilokesh (lord of three worlds)

108. Vasant (spring)

109. Yug (age)

110. Akshay (indestructible)

111. Bhuvan (earth)

112. Devaraj (king of gods)

113. Gopal (cowherd)

114. Hrithik (from the heart)

115. Jitendra (conqueror of senses)

116. Ketan (home)

117. Lalitendu (beauty of the moon)

118. Mohan (charming)

119. Nakula (one of the Pandava brothers)

120. Omkar (sacred syllable)

121. Pratyush (dawn)

122. Rama (lord Rama)

123. Shivaansh (part of Lord Shiva)

124. Ujjayi (victorious)

125. Varad (blessing)

126. Yashas (fame)

127. Aadi (first)

128. Bhuvanesh (lord of the world)

129. Dhir (wise)

130. Gautam (name of a sage)

131. Harish (lord Krishna)

132. Jaivanta (lively)

133. Karthik (another name of Lord Murugan)

134. Laxman (brother of lord Rama)

135. Madhava (another name of Lord Krishna)

136. Nand (joyful)

137. Omkar (divine sound)

138. Praveen (skillful)

139. Raghavendra (descendant of Raghu, Lord Rama)

140. Shivan (another name of Lord Shiva)

141. Tarak (star)

142. Upendra (brother of lord Indra)

143. Vidyut (lightning)

144. Yogi (one who practices yoga)

145. Aaditya (sun)

146. Bhuvaneshwar (lord of the world)

147. Devdutt (gift of the gods)

148. Gaurav (pride)

149. Hemendra (lord of gold)

150. Ishvar (god-like)

 

130 Female dog names in Sanskrit

 

1. Annapurna (goddess of food and nourishment)

2. Bhadra (auspicious)

3. Chitra (colored, picture)

4. Damini (lightning)

5. Divya (divine)

6. Ganga (the sacred river Ganges)

7. Indira (goddess of beauty and wealth)

8. Jaya (victorious)

9. Kali (goddess of time and death)

10. Kamala (lotus)

11. Lalita (playful)

12. Maya (illusion, the goddess of illusion)

13. Nisha (night)

14. Padma (lotus)

15. Radha (Krishna’s beloved)

16. Rekha (line, beauty)

17. Shakti (divine power)

18. Uma (goddess Parvati)

19. Vahini (flowing)

20. Yashaswi (famous, glorious)

21. Aishwarya (wealth, prosperity)

22. Anika (grace, brilliance)

23. Charu (beautiful)

24. Devi (goddess, divine)

25. Gayatri (sacred verse)

26. Hansa (swan)

27. Ishani (goddess Parvati)

28. Janaki (Sita, wife of Lord Rama)

29. Kavya (poem)

30. Lakshmi (goddess of wealth and fortune)

31. Madhavi (intoxicating, spring flower)

32. Neelam (sapphire)

33. Ojasvi (brilliant)

34. Padmini (lotus)

35. Rama (goddess Lakshmi)

36. Sarita (river)

37. Tanvi (slender)

38. Urmi (wave)

39. Vaishnavi (worshipper of Lord Vishnu)

40. Yamini (nocturnal)

41. Abhaya (fearless)

42. Amrita (immortal)

43. Bhanu (sun)

44. Chandrika (moonlight)

45. Daya (compassion)

46. Ekta (unity)

47. Gauri (golden, fair)

48. Harini (deer)

49. Ila (earth, speech)

50. Jivika (livelihood)

51. Kanya (virgin)

52. Lavanya (beauty)

53. Meera (famous devotee of Lord Krishna)

54. Nitya (eternal)

55. Pari (fairy)

56. Roshni (light)

57. Savita (sun)

58. Tara (star)

59. Usha (dawn)

60. Veda (sacred knowledge)

61. Aanya (graceful)

62. Bhavya (splendid)

63. Chanchala (restless)

64. Divija (born from divine)

65. Ekisha (one ruler)

66. Gathika (song, melody)

67. Hanisha (happiness)

68. Ishwari (goddess)

69. Jivana (life)

70. Kashvi (shining)

71. Lakshita (distinguished)

72. Mihira (sun)

73. Nandini (delightful)

74. Oviya (artist)

75. Prisha (beloved)

76. Radhika (soulmate of Lord Krishna)

77. Samyukta (united)

78. Tanuja (daughter)

79. Urmika (small wave)

80. Vani (speech, goddess Saraswati)

81. Yamika (night)

82. Abhiri (fearless)

83. Amisha (beautiful)

84. Bhanupriya (beloved of the sun)

85. Chitralekha (picture, heavenly maiden)

86. Dakshata (skill)

87. Eshwari (goddess Parvati)

88. Gitali (melodious)

89. Hemanti (winter)

90. Ina (mother)

91. Jivisha (life)

92. Kanika (small)

93. Lalima (beauty)

94. Madhuri (sweetness)

95. Nalini (lotus)

96. Omkareshwari (goddess of Om)

97. Parvati (goddess Durga)

98. Raagini (melody)

99. Sachi (wife of Lord Indra)

100. Tia (bird)

101. Unnati (progress)

102. Vara (blessing)

103. Yashodhara (one who has achieved fame)

104. Aditi (mother of gods)

105. Amala (pure)

106. Bhakti (devotion)

107. Charvi (beautiful)

108. Divyanshi (part of the divine)

109. Gaurika (fair maiden)

110. Hridya (heart)

111. Isha (goddess, ruler)

112. Jaishri (victorious)

113. Kalpana (imagination)

114. Lajwanti (modest)

115. Mahima (glory)

116. Nandita (happy)

117. Oorja (energy)

118. Pavana (pure, sacred)

119. Radhani (goddess Lakshmi)

120. Saanvi (goddess Lakshmi)

121. Tanishka (goddess of gold)

122. Urjita (energetic)

123. Vatsala (affectionate)

124. Yuvika (young woman)

125. Advika (unique)

126. Anaya (caring, compassionate)

127. Bodhi (awakening)

128. Dharini (earth)

129. Ilina (royal)

130. Kashika (shining star)

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