D is for
Dev, Dharan, Dhruv, and Durgesh. These are just a few of the many names that start with the letter D in Hindu culture. If you’re looking for some inspiration to name your son or daughter then these may be perfect!
Dev: Sanskrit, meaning “god.”
Dharan: Hindi, meaning “to carry away a load; to bear.”
Dhruv: Jainism, Sanskrit for the pole star. In mythology this is Indra’s chariot horse.
-Durgesh: Hindu deity of anger and war (Kali in her form as Durga). He also represents the masculine forces of love and passion.
We hope you find these names helpful! If not, check out our other blog post on X Letter Names For Boys that starts with Y where we list many more great letter options from A through Z! Thanks for reading!!
Aleta, Writer at BabyCenter.com
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