150+ Uncommon Bengali names for girl with meanings

Explore a captivating array of uncommon Bengali names for girls, brimming with cultural richness and meaning.  Delve into a collection of distinctive names that celebrate the essence of Bengali heritage, offering a unique and elegant …

Uncommon Bengali names for girl with meanings

Explore a captivating array of uncommon Bengali names for girls, brimming with cultural richness and meaning.  Delve into a collection of distinctive names that celebrate the essence of Bengali heritage, offering a unique and elegant choice for your daughter.

Embrace the beauty of tradition while choosing a name that stands out, reflecting both the past and the future.

 

Uncommon Bengali names for girl with meanings

 

Uncommon Bengali names for girl with meanings :

1. Abhaya – fearless

2. Aaratrika – one who is worshipped at the end of the day

3. Adarsha – ideal

4. Adwitiya – unique

5. Ahana – first rays of the sun

6. Ahilya – maiden

7. Alaka – long hair

8. Alpana – beautiful

9. Amal – pure, unblemished

10. Anamika – without a name, ring finger

11. Anasuya – gentle, without jealousy

12. Anisha – uninterrupted, nightless

13. Anjana – mother of Hanuman

14. Anushka – graciousness

15. Aruna – reddish-brown, dawn

16. Arya – noble, illustrious

17. Asavari – a musical raga

18. Asha – hope

19. Atreyi – a name of a river

20. Avantika – princess of Ujjain

21. Avishi – earth, river Yamuna

22. Ayana – movement, social progress

23. Ayati – power, majesty

24. Baishali – an ancient city

25. Banhi – fire

26. Bhagirathi – river Ganges

27. Bharati – goddess of knowledge

28. Bhumi – earth

29. Bilwa – A sacred leaf

30. Chaitra – the first month of Bengali calendar

31. Chandni – moonlit night

32. Chandra – moon

33. Charvi – beautiful woman

34. Damayanti – wife of King Nala

35. Deepali – line of lamps

36. Devika – little goddess

37. Dhanushree – bow of Lord Rama

38. Dhruti – perseverance

39. Dhvani – sound, voice

40. Divya – divine, heavenly

41. Eshana – desire, wish

42. Gargi – an ancient scholar

43. Gautami – river Godavari

44. Girija – daughter of the mountains

45. Gitanjali – tribute of songs

46. Harini – deer

47. Harita – green, nature-loving

48. Hemangi – golden-bodied

49. Ila – earth, daughter of Manu

50. Indira – beauty, prosperity

51. Ira – earth, Saraswati

52. Ishani – goddess Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva

53. Ishita – desired

54. Jeevika – life force

55. Jharna – waterfall

56. Kadambari – goddess of the cloud

57. Kajri – the rainy season

58. Kamala – lotus flower

59. Kanika – small, particle

60. Kanya – girl, Virgo

61. Karuna – compassion

62. Ketaki – a flower with a divine fragrance

63. Kirti – fame, glory

64. Krisha – attractive, sweet

65. Krittika – a cluster of stars

66. Lakshya – aim, goal

67. Lavanya – beauty, grace

68. Madhavi – spring, gentle one

69. Mahi – earth, great

70. Malavika – princess of Malava

71. Manasi – intellectual, goddess of the mind

72. Manika – jewel, pearl

73. Meera – ocean, love

74. Mitali – friendship, friendly

75. Mohana – charming, attractive

76. Mrinal – lotus, delicate

77. Naina – beautiful eyes

78. Nalini – lotus

79. Namita – humble, modest

80. Nandita – cheerful, happy

81. Navika – sailor

82. Neela – blue

83. Neha – love, affection

84. Niharika – dew drop, star

85. Nilanjana – blue-eyed

86. Nirmala – pure, immaculate

87. Oindrila – wife of Lord Indra

88. Pallavi – new leaves, beginning

89. Parinita – expert, skilled

90. Pooja – worship, prayer

91. Prajna – wisdom, knowledge

92. Pratibha – talent, brilliance

93. Pritha – ancient name of Kunti

94. Pujita – worshipped

95. Punam – full moon

96. Rachana – creation, creative

97. Rajani – night

98. Rajashree – king’s queen

99. Rakhi – thread of protection

100. Ranjana – pleasing, delightful

101. Riddhi – prosperity, wealth

102. Ritika – movement, silver

103. Sabina – beautiful, white

104. Sadhana – practice, devotion

105. Sagarika – wave, oceanic

106. Saheli – friend, companion

107. Samira – cool breeze

108. Sanchita – collected

109. Sanjana – gentle, quiet

110. Saraswati – goddess of learning

111. Sarmistha – a name of a princess

112. Saumya – mild, gentle

113. Sayantika – evening

114. Shabnam – morning dew

115. Sharmila – shy, modest

116. Shayoni – loving, beautiful

117. Shefali – a fragrant flower

118. Shreemayee – fortunate, auspicious

119. Shrestha – superior, best

120. Shruti – Vedas, knowledge

121. Simran – meditation, remembrance

122. Smita – smiling, cheerful

123. Snehita – affectionate, friendly

124. Soma – moon, nectar

125. Somlata – moon creeper

126. Srabanti – attachment, devotion

127. Srimati – revered, goddess-like

128. Sudeshna – wife of King Virata

129. Suparna – beautiful wings

130. Surabhi – fragrance, divine cow

131. Sushmita – beautiful smile

132. Swara – musical note

133. Swati – a nakshatra, purity

134. Tania – fairy queen

135. Tarangini – river, flowing water

136. Taruni – young girl, youthful

137. Trisha – desire, thirst

138. Tulika – paintbrush, stylus

139. Ujjwala – bright, radiant

140. Urmi – wave, joyful

141. Vaidehi – Sita, wife of Lord Rama

142. Vandana – worship, salutation

143. Vrinda – basil, radha

144. Yamuna – holy river

145. Yashoda – Krishna’s foster mother

146. Yuvika – young woman

147. Zeenat – beauty, grace

148. Zinia – a type of flower

149. Zubaida – sociable, graceful

150. Zulekha – beautiful, brilliant

 

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