Indian Dog Names

Fascinated by India? Give your new pup a cultural twist by choosing one of these beautiful Indian dog names

Indian Dog Names

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All Indian Dog Names

  • Common in Urdu language, often used by Indian Muslims.
  • Means "sky" in Sanskrit, commonly used in Indian names.
  • Derived from Arabic, used in India, meaning "prince" or "commander".
  • Derived from Sanskrit, often used in Hindu and Bengali communities.
  • A prominent character in the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
  • Means "hope" in Sanskrit, often used in Hindu and Sikh cultures.
  • Means "young" in Sanskrit and is common in Indian names.
  • Baloo is a bear character from Rudyard Kipling's Indian Jungle Book.
  • Means "monkey" in Hindi and is a common pet name.
  • Associated with Indian culture, often worn by women as traditional jewelry.
  • Associated with a Hindi term for "elder sister".
  • Common male name in India, often used in Hindi and Gujarati languages.
  • Beta is a term for son in Hindi and other Indian languages.
  • Refers to Bollywood, India's Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai.
  • Derived from Kashmir, a region in India known for producing soft wool.
  • A popular Indian beverage, often spiced and made with milk and tea.
  • A popular children's magazine in India and a type of magnolia flower.
  • Means moon in Sanskrit and is a popular name in India.
  • A spicy condiment originating from India, often served with meals.
  • Spice widely used in Indian cuisine, derived from Sanskrit term "dārusita".
  • Clove is a popular spice used in traditional Indian cuisine.
  • Used in religious rituals and cuisine, symbolizing prosperity and health.
  • A Sanskrit name meaning "glorious", often used in Hindu traditions.
  • A common male name in India, meaning "sight" or "to see" in Sanskrit.
  • Capital city of India, rich in history, language diversity, and traditions.
  • Devi represents the supreme goddess in Hinduism.
  • A popular fermented crepe or pancake from South India's cuisine.
  • A month in the Hindu calendar and a popular Indian male name.
  • Goa
    A popular Indian tourist destination known for its unique Konkani culture.
  • Means "bone" in Hindi, a widely spoken language in India.
  • A popular male name in India, derived from Sanskrit meaning "filled with love".
  • A festival celebrated in India marking arrival of spring.
  • Associated with Hinduism, represents king of gods and lord of heaven.
  • Commonly used in Indian perfumes and religious ceremonies.
  • Not connected to Indian culture or language.
  • A concept in Indian religions, denoting cause and effect in moral actions.
  • Common surname in India, derived from Sanskrit meaning son or prince.
  • Means "dog" in Hindi and is also a surname in Karnataka.
  • Ladki translates to "girl" in Hindi, a widely spoken Indian language.
  • Derived from Sanskrit, often used in Indian names and songs.
  • A popular male name in India, often linked to beauty in Sanskrit.
  • Associated with a tribe in Chhattisgarh and a surname in Punjabi language.
  • Refers to a string of prayer beads in Hindu and Buddhist traditions.
  • Commonly used in India, signifies a gem or jewel in Sanskrit.
  • Commonly used in religious ceremonies and festivals for decoration.
  • Refers to a blend of spices commonly used in Indian cuisine.
  • Common male name in India, often used to refer to Lord Krishna.
  • Derived from Hindi, signifies "jungle boy" in Rudyard Kipling's stories.
  • A traditional bread served with meals in Indian cuisine.
  • A traditional Indian greeting, often accompanied by a hand gesture.
  • A popular male name in India, derived from Sanskrit meaning "quiet" or "calm".
  • A popular deep-fried snack in Indian cuisine made from vegetables and batter.
  • Associated with sacred Hindu texts written on palm leaves.
  • A popular type of cheese used in traditional Indian cuisine.
  • Derived from Sanskrit, often linked to Arjuna, a hero in Mahabharata.
  • A luxurious wool fabric from Kashmir, often used in high-end shawls.
  • Means "king" in Hindi and Sanskrit, often used in royal titles.
  • A popular male name in India, derived from Sanskrit meaning "red".
  • A prized spice in Indian cuisine, often symbolizing wealth and purity.
  • Derived from Sanskrit, meaning "sweet" or "sugar" in Hindi.
  • A popular deep-fried snack in Indian cuisine, often filled with potatoes.
  • Associated with luxury, used in traditional clothing like sarees and turbans.
  • A common feminine name in India, derived from Sanskrit meaning "smile".
  • Means "gold" in Hindi and is a common female name in India.
  • No connection between "Spike" and Indian culture or language exists.
  • A common male name in India, derived from Sanskrit meaning "good friend".
  • Means "beautiful" in Hindi, reflecting Indian language and cultural aesthetics.
  • A Sanskrit term meaning "star", also a Buddhist and Hindu goddess.
  • Symbolizes power and strength in Indian mythology and folklore.
  • A traditional fermented alcoholic beverage in India.
  • A staple spice in Indian cuisine, often used in traditional medicine.
  • Not connected to Indian culture or language.
  • A spicy curry dish originating from Goa, India.
  • Derived from Sanskrit, often used in Hindu and Jain communities.
  • Originates from ancient India, derived from Sanskrit meaning to join or unite.
  • Refers to a practitioner of yoga in Indian spiritual traditions.

Sanskrit Dog Names

Sanskrit is the sacred language of Hinduism. These gorgeous Sanskrit dog names will be a hit with the spiritually awoken dog owners among us.

Meaning: Pearl
Meaning: Dawn, immortal
Meaning: Existing
Meaning: Rare
Meaning: Female peacock
Meaning: Royal
Meaning: Invincible
Meaning: Dawn
Meaning: Large
Meaning: Victory
Meaning: Moon
Meaning: Reward, battlefield commander

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How popular are Indian Dog Names?

Indian Dog Names currently rank in 65th place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of July 2024, indian dog names seem increasingly popular with new puppy owners. Our stats show that they are more fashionable than they were at this time last year.

We've seen quite a lot of variation for this category, which suggests its popularity could be seasonal or based on cultural events.

Which are the cutest and most unique Indian Dog Names?

These indian dog names range from cute to badass, and from traditional to unique. Click each circle to see the name.

Jasmine is among the cutest of these. If you prefer tougher, edgier dog names, the one considered the most badass is Spike.

Sundar scored high for its uniqueness, which would help your dog to stand out. But if you prefer more common, old-fashioned names, the more traditional option here is Tiger.

How does interest compare across the United States for Indian Dog Names?

The map below compares each state by the number of people browsing Indian Dog Names.

The states that love indian dog names the most are Virginia, Mississippi and Florida.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in North Dakota, Alaska and Maine.

Which countries have the most love for Indian Dog Names?

Here's a world map showing the popularity in each country of indian dog names.

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE indian dog names are Uruguay, Argentina and Puerto Rico.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in Austria, Hong Kong and Ukraine.

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