Bengali (Hindu) Submitted Names

These names are a subset of Bengali names used more often by Bengali Hindus (mostly in the Indian state of West Bengal).
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aadya f Bengali (Hindu)
Means "first" or "earth" in Bengali.
Abesh m Indian, Bengali (Hindu)
Means "one who has complete possession or control" in Bengali.
Achin অচিন m Bengali (Hindu)
My maternal grandfather gave it as a name that represents unknown happeness and indistinguishable, he was trying to find a name that is different from others and well-defined the felling he had when he saw me saved from death due to a tumer, growing with me and sucking all the water in her... [more]
Adhir m Indian, Gujarati, Bengali (Hindu)
Means "restless; impatient" in Sanskrit.
Banty f Bengali (Hindu)
Choto lok,Goreeb,Bhikari,Fakir,Chor
Barnali f Bengali (Hindu)
Meaning- spectrum of light
Chirantan m Bengali (Hindu)
Keya f Bengali, Indian, Bengali (Hindu)
Means "screw pine" in Bengali, a tropical plant that flowers during monsoon season.
Koel কোয়েল f Bengali (Hindu), Hindi
Alternate latinisation of Koyal.
Konya f Bengali (Hindu)
Named after a Turkish city.
Mayukhmita f Bengali (Hindu)
Mayukh-Light... [more]
Ogan m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi, Bengali (Hindu), Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil
MEANING :assembled, united, standing alone
Ommannan m Bengali (Hindu)
Means "protector of friends" in Bengali.
Razeet রাজেত m Bengali (Hindu)
A rare name typically used by Bengali Hindus.
Shwetha f Bengali (Hindu)
A variation of the name of the Hindu goddess of knowledge, Saraswati.
Sudipto সুদীপ্ত m Bengali (Hindu, Anglicized, Rare)
Sudipto is a Bengali-Hindu name meaning , "Refulgent or Bright". In some cases can also be used as an adjective to indicate, "intelligence"
Tamanh f Bengali (Hindu)
Variant of Tamann and diminutive of Tammana
Triayasha f Bengali (Hindu, Rare)
It is a Bengali Name Means When Three Wishes Are Come Together.
Yeshwant m Bengali (Hindu)
Hindu Bengali name originating from Northern India. Derives from Bengali meaning " quite the one ". Alternatively can also be seen as " One whose achieved glory ". Possibly a Bengali variant of the Biblical Hebrew " Yeshu ".