What are Indian names and names for headpieces?
Are they common?
Are Indian names of various items the same?
Here is a list of Indian names that we have collected.
The Maha, the headdress of the emperor of Mysore, Maha Iqbal.
The Mughal, the crown of the royal family.
The Shraddha, the mantras worn by saints.
The Rani, the name of the Goddess of Love.
The Ram (a headdress worn by a Muslim).
The Khadi, the mantle worn by women of the nobility.
The Haryana, the hair, hair extensions and beard of a Hindu.
The Patekari, the clothes worn by Hindu women.
The Durga, the Hindu deity.
The Nadi, a form of Hinduism, or Kali.
The Bhasa, a headdress.
The Puri, the garland worn by the Hindu priestess.
The Karmas, the holy tree.
The Bharat, a sacred temple.
The Jagannath, the deity of peace.
The Bhava, the sacred flower of Shiva.
The Thakur, the goddess of wealth.
The Tushar, the god of the sun.
The Manjur, a deity of fire.
The Yama, a symbol of life.
The Arma, the chief god of India.
The Devas, a Hindu pantheon.
The Krishna, the supreme being.
The Vishnu, the lord of creation.
The Kali, the Mother of all Gods.
The Surya, chief god in Hinduism.
The Lord Shiva, the creator god.
The Shiva, a god of healing.
The Jyotirlingam, the God of the earth.
The Vrishnu, a Goddess of Wisdom.
The Varuna, the son of Vishnu.
The Satya, the wife of Vishwesena.
The Amma, a name used for a female devotee.
The Chaturmala, the mother of Vishwaroopa.
The Aditya, an important Hindu god.
The Vasishtha, a chief deity in Hindu mythology.
The Pratyeka, the husband of Krishna.
The Tirumala, a king.
The Agama, the patron saint of the Hindus.
The Saraswati, a goddess of prosperity.
The Vaishnavite, a major Hindu god worshipped in many parts of the world.
The Pandavas, two gods worshipped in India.
The Ashoka, the greatest Indian hero, warrior and explorer.
The Buddha, the great Hindu teacher and teacher of Buddhism.
The Krishnapuram, a temple of the Buddha.
The Devi, the founder of Buddhism, a powerful Hindu deity who was revered for the blessings she brought to humanity.
The Arya Samaj, a kingdom founded by the Aryans in India about 7,000 years ago.
The Sarvodaya, or lord of the forest, who lived in the Himalayas.
The Laxmanaas, or Lord Shiva or Lord Vishnu in the Hindu pantheons.
The Babaji, or King of India, the ruler of the region from 6,000 BCE to 3,700 BCE.
The Sambuddha, a mighty warrior, who led a band of followers into battle.
The Gautama, one of the five Bodhisattvas, a spiritual master who lived from 790 to 690 BCE.
The Uddhav, or Great One, the Supreme Lord of the Universe.
The Narayan, the Great Sage, a great teacher of the Vedas.
The Karis, or great warriors, who were also the guardians of the gods.
The Asuras, or a group of warriors, famous for their courage.
The Parthas, chief of the Asuras.
The Sakya, a warrior who fought on behalf of the king.
The Sri, a leader of the Samyaks.
The Upanishads, the major Hindu epic of the 7th century CE. 61.
The Angirasa, the warrior who led the army of the Angiris.
The Harvandi, a legendary hero.
The Aurobindo, the famous writer and poet.
The Avyas, warrior kings.
65. The Visva