Parenthood phase brings a lot of responsibilities. One of them is naming their kids. These celeb parents kept names with a Hindu meaning.
By Ankita Mukherjee
B-town's one of the most sought-after couples, Kajol and Ajay Devgn are proud parents of two kids, Nysa (2003) and Yug (2010). Yug's name derives from Sanskrit and has a Hindu meaning, 'an era'.
Anushka and Virat entered into parenthood phase with the arrival of their daughter, whom they named Vamika. Her name has a Hindu meaning, that says 'another form of Goddess Durga'.
Celeb couple, Kratika and Nikitin became parents to their daughter in 2022. They named her Devika which derives from Sanskrit that means 'Little God'.
Priyanka and Nick embraced parenthood with the arrival of their daughter through surrogacy. They named her Malti Marie. Her first name comes from Sanskrit, that means, 'small fragrant flower'.
In 2011, Aishwarya and Abhishek became parents to their baby girl, whom they named Aaradhya. It derived from Sanskrit word, that means 'to be worshipped'.
Raveena Tandon and Anil Thadani's children have names with Hindu meanings. While Rasha's full name is Rashavishakha, Ranbir's is Ranbirvardhan, both are different names of Lord Shiva.
Celeb parents, Kishwer Merchantt and Suyyash Rai have named their son Nirvair Rai. The name has an Indian origin which means, 'the one who is without enmity or hate'.
Esha and Bharat are proud parents to two daughters, Radhya and Miraya. Both of the names are related to mythological characters, Radha and Mira.
Shreya Ghoshal and her hubby, Shiladitya named their son, Devyaan, which has a Hindu meaning. It means 'chariot of Gods' or 'in service of Gods'.
Neeti Mohan and Nihaar Pandya have embraced parenthood after their son's arrival. They named him Aryaveer which originates from Indian culture. It means, 'noble or truthful'.