List of 150+ Best Lord Hanuman names for baby boy

Looking for Hanuman names for your baby boy? Discover a divine collection of distinctive names inspired by Lord Hanuman, the revered deity known for his strength and devotion. These names carry a sense of spirituality …

Hanuman names for baby boy

Looking for Hanuman names for your baby boy? Discover a divine collection of distinctive names inspired by Lord Hanuman, the revered deity known for his strength and devotion.

These names carry a sense of spirituality and power, making them a meaningful choice for your little one.

Explore our list of best and unique Hanuman names to find the perfect one that resonates with your family’s faith and values.

 

Hanuman names for baby boy

 

 

176 Unique Hanuman names for baby boy

 

1. Anjaneya – Son of Anjana

2. Mahavira – Great Warrior

3. Pawanputra – Son of Wind

4. Rudrarupa – Form of Rudra (Lord Shiva)

5. Sankatmochan – Reliever from Troubles

6. Maruti – Son of Marut (another name for the wind god)

7. Bajrangbali – Strong like thunderbolt

8. Kesari Nandan – Son of Kesari

9. Dhananjay – Arjuna’s other name

10. Mangalmurti – Personification of Auspiciousness

11. Prabhu – Lord

12. Ram bhakt – Devotee of Lord Rama

13. Veeranjaneya – Brave Anjaneya

14. Lal Dehri – Red body

15. Ramdoota – Messenger of Lord Rama

16. Anjanisut – Son of Anjani

17. Hanumanta – Having a chin that resembles a monkey

18. Pavan Kumar – Son of Wind God

19. Sugreeva – Chief of Monkeys

20. Daitya Kulantaka – Destroyer of Demons’ Clan

21. Kaushalaya Nandan – Son of Kaushalaya (Another name of Queen of Ayodhya)

22. Vanarraj – King of Monkeys

23. Tejovati – Having a radiating aura

24. Narasimhavapuvu – Taking the form of Lord Narasimha (half lion and half man form of Lord Vishnu)

25. Balbhadra – The powerful one

26. Kapeeshwara – Lord of Monkeys

27. Chiranjeev – Immortal

28. Pratapavate – Radiant with glory

29. Bheemavikrama – Powerful, and also known for his mighty leaps

30. Mukhyaprana – Main force behind the life of Lord Rama

31. Lokakarta – Creator of the Universe

32. Sarvapramukh – Head of all

33. Surasainya – Leader of the Celestial Army

34. Akshahantre – Killer of Daksha (one of the sons of Brahma who had opposed Lord Shiva)

35. Shrikanthaya – One with the radiating throat

36. Sreemad – Fortunate

37. Adbhutadootam – Marvelous Messenger

38. Vajradhwaja – Having the Strength of a Diamond

39. Kalanemi Pramathana – Destroyer of Demon Kalanemi

40. Tarkshya Nayaka – Leader of vultures (Tarkshya is the name of a species of vulture bird known as eagle)

41. Yuddhajit – Victor in War

42. Vedavataya – One who has heard all the knowledge

43. Anjani Garbha – Born from the womb of Anjani

44. Ambikaputra – Son of Ambika (Another name of Mother Durga)

45. Rakshogana Prabhanjana – Destroyer of Army of Demons

46. Divyaroopa – Having a divine form

47. Amita Vikrama – Incomparable in bravery

48. Sitaramcharana – At the Feet of Lord Rama

49. Sagara Madhya Sthita – Found between the oceans

50. Anjani Shloka – Hymns to chant in the name of Anjani’s son

51. Kundalini Sakta – Devotee of Kundalini (a form of Goddess Parvati)

52. Jai Kesari Nandan – Victory to the Son of the Kesari

53. Shiva Duta – Messenger of Lord Shiva

54. Vaataatmajai – Son of Wind

55. Janakatmaja – Son of King Janaka

56. Shantaya – Peaceful

57. Indrajit bhasitanga – One defeated by Indrajit (son of Ravana)

58. Mahendra saaranga – One who moves like an elephant (denotes an element of strength)

59. Jitendra – Conqueror of the senses

60. Abhiramaya – One who is dear to all

61. Sugriva Priya – Beloved of Sugreeva (chief monkey)

62. Trivikramaya – One who possesses three strides (an allusion to Lord Vishnu)

63. RakshasaantaKara – The destroyer of demons

64. Pavana Tanaya – Son of Wind

65. Jagatpratishtha – Establishment of the World

66. Sarvaria – Omniscient

67. Vishalakshaya – Having big eyes

68. Agnignetra – Having eyes like fire (denotes an element of ferocity)

69. Brahmachari – Celibate

70. LankapuriVasine – Resides in the city of Lanka

71. Mahagyani – The wise one

72. Saumati – Having intelligence

73. Venkatesha – Lord of Venkateswara (another name of Lord Vishnu)

74. Samarpita – Completely dedicated

75. Kesarisutatmajaya – Son of Kesari and Anjani

76. Mulaprakriti – The basis of everything

77. Nitya Vitaka – Always alert

78. Sandhya Tejasvine – Radiating at dusk

79. Vishwasya Prajapati – Creator of the world

80. Adbhuta Charita – Having a wonderful life

81. Pavana Tanaya – Son of Wind

82. Amrtananda – The one like a nectar

83. Rama Priya – Beloved of Lord Ram

84. Damodara – One who is bound by love (a reference to Lord Krishna)

85. Sampada – One with wealth

86. Suyashvinam – Having good fame

87. Sharanagata Vatsala – Kind to shelter seekers

88. Srinivasa – Protector of wealth

89. Vinayaka Prasastaya – The one who is praised most

90. Kavachinaha – Wearing the armor

91. Anjaniputra – Son of Anjani

92. Vaishravana – One who possesses wealth (also the name of the Yaksha king Kubera)

93. Amala – Pure

94. Bhakta Vatsala – Kind to devotees

95. Shivotkarshe – Rising from Lord Shiva

96. Balavikrama – One with physical strength

97. Lankadhipa – King of Lanka

98. Shanta Swaroopaya – Having a peaceful form

99. Tripraharana – One who is capable of wiping all sins

100. Saptarshi – Head of the seven sages

101. Vajranakha – With nails as hard as diamond

102. Sahasrabhuj – One with a thousand arms

103. Khadgabanj – One who carries a sword (khadga)

104. Chakragada – One with a mace and discus as weapons

105. Anantagunavid – One endowed with infinite virtues

106. Nityasundar – Always beautiful

107. Sutaputra – Son of Suta (vehicle of the sun god)

108. Mahabala – Great strength

109. Varaprada – Bestower of boons

110. Nakshatramandala – One who has control over time and stars

111. Dhwajabhushan – One who adorns the flag

112. Ashokavanikachhetra – One who destroyed the Ashoka forest (Vanik)

113. Purnajit – One who has completely won

114. Maharakshaka – Great protector

115. Amoghavirya – Having invincible power

116. Akhandajit – Invincible conqueror

117. Dhruva – Stable

118. Vasavi – Son of Vashavi (another name for Lord Indra)

119. Trikaldarshi – One who has knowledge of the past, present, and future

120. Suddhasattva – Pure in mind

121. Tulsidasa priya – Beloved of the poet Tulsidas

122. Vibhishana priy – Beloved of Vibhishana (brother of Ravana)

123. Markandeya prasad – One who has received blessings from the sage Markandeya

124. Simhakapala – One with a lion’s mane

125. Devavara – The best among the gods

126. Pramatha – One who is destruction personified

127. Bherimudgar – One who sounds like a thunderbolt

128. Vagmine – One with great speech

129. Vanamaline – One who wears a garland of flowers from the forest

130. Krishna – Dark complexioned

131. Shyam – Dark

132. Bhargava – Descendant of Bhrigu

133. Kamaari – Enemy of desires

134. Acyutasuta – The son of Lord Vishnu

135. Parashurama priy – Beloved of Parashurama (avatar of Lord Vishnu)

136. Sumangal – Bringer of good auspiciousness

137. Marichihanta – Slayer of demon Marichi

138. Kalapatit – One who transcends time

139. Kalyanagun – One endowed with auspicious virtues

140. Durjaya – Unconquerable

141. Uddand – Fierce

142. Shambhulinga – Personification of Lord Shiva

143. Sragvi – One who wears a garland

144. Harikirtana priy – One who loves to sing the praises of Lord Hari (another name for Lord Vishnu)

145. Bijayanand – One who finds joy in victory

146. Shivatmak – One who is an embodiment of Lord Shiva

147. Madhusudan priy – Beloved of Lord Krishna

148. Satyavachana – One who speaks the truth

149. Kavikarnapura priy – Beloved of the poet Kavikarnapura

150. Adideva – The first god

151. Alankara priy – One who loves adornment

152. Sarvanareshwara – One who rules over all lords

153. Nandalal – Beloved son of Nanda (father of Lord Krishna)

154. Abhaya prada – Bestower of fearlessness

155. Arogya prada – Bestower of good health

156. Avyakta – Unmanifested

157. Bahubali – One who has strong arms

158. Bhaktivinoda prada – Bestower of devotion to Lord Krishna

159. Bhuvaneshwara – Lord of the world

160. Brahmanya – One who is worshiped by the brahmins

161. Chitra – Colorful

162. Dayadra – One who has compassion for all

163. Deenabandhu – Friend of the poor

164. Devadatta – One who is given by the gods

165. Dhanada – Giver of wealth

166. Dharmavarma – Protector of dharma

167. Digambara – Clad in the directions (reference to Lord Shiva)

168. Durjeya – Unconquerable

169. Dvaitanashak – Destroyer of duality (reference to Lord Shankar)

170. Eeshvara – Lord of the universe

171. Garvita – One who is proud

172. Gaurinandana – Son of Goddess Gauri (another name for Parvati, wife of Lord Shiva)

173. Giridhari – One who carries the mountain (reference to Lord Krishna)

174. Gopala – Protector of cows (reference to Lord Krishna)

175. Goraksha – Protector of cows

176. Guhyaka – Keeper of secrets

 

 

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