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.

Sanskrit Dog Names

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All Sanskrit Dog Names

Spiritual Dog Names

Break away from the mainstream and give your dog a spiritual or mystical name. Here are some ideas to get you thinking.

Meaning: The divine embodiment of the moon in greek mythology
Meaning: Gift of god
Meaning: Order, harmony, beauty.
Meaning: Messenger of god
Meaning: The queen of the gods in roman mythology
Meaning: Hebrew for 'blessed, fortunate'
Meaning: His Gift
Meaning: The goddess of war, strategy and wisdom in roman mythology
Meaning: Gracious, lovely
Meaning: Child of sunlight
Meaning: One who performs yoga
Meaning: The void before the birth of the universe, titan god, total disorganization and confusion.

Indian Dog Names

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

Meaning: Stingy or pointed.
Meaning: tall palm tree bearing coconuts as fruits; widely planted throughout the tropics
Meaning: Black tea flavored with spices and herbs
Meaning: One who performs yoga
Meaning: Jasmine Flower
Meaning: Powerful Cat, Tiger
Meaning: Destiny.
Meaning: The Spice
Meaning: Star
Meaning: Bear from the jungle book
Meaning: A Nail, Spice
Meaning: Lively

Zen Dog Names

Set your dog up right with these zen dog names. They're great for lovers of yoga, meditation and mindfulness, who want to inspire a sense of calm in their pup.

Meaning: The divine embodiment of the moon in greek mythology
Meaning: From The Flower
Meaning: Treasurer
Meaning: The queen of the gods in roman mythology
Meaning: Black Gemstone
Meaning: The goddess of war, strategy and wisdom in roman mythology
Meaning: Prosperous, rich
Meaning: Gracious, lovely
Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Alexander Or Sandra
Meaning: King
Meaning: The Season
Meaning: God of hell and wealth in roman mythology.

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Our guide to the best sanskrit dog names

Sanskrit is a beautiful language, and a crucial part of the Hindu faith. It’s also been determined by linguists to be the language which emits the “most positive vibrations” and “most spiritually pure in nature”. So it’s no wonder that the spiritual dog owners among us would consider giving their pup a Sanskrit name.

The Sanskrit dog names in our list all have a gorgeous sound and powerful meaning. They also tend to be short, which is important to your dog’s ability to recognize the name when you call. But there are a few that really stand out to us as being great names for dogs.

Ajit is a fantastic name for males with two syllables, which makes it optimal for dogs to recognize. It means “invincible”, which is something we all wish that our dogs could be. And although we have to be prepared for our dogs to pass one day, this name really speaks to the resilience and strength that most dogs tend to possess.

Also a great choice for boy dogs, we love the name Bhumi. It means “soil” which gives your pup a connection to nature, and because it ends with a vowel sound it’s very easy for a dog to recognize. Another classic Sanskrit name would be Vijay, which means “victory”.

For female dogs, let’s start with Aruna. This beautiful name means “rising sun”, and can be traced back to Indian mythology, where the God Aruna is a charioteer who guides the sun across the sky.

A suitable name for energetic, athletic females would be Meghna, which means “lightning” and has a beautiful sound to it. And for something a bit more flexible but still rooted in Sanskrit origins, you could name your girl Tara. This elegant name symbolizes the light of the soul, and was the name of the wife of Shiva in Hindu mythology.

Sanskrit Dog Names: Stats

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As of October 2022, sanskrit dog names seem increasingly popular with new puppy owners. Our stats show that they are more fashionable than they were six months ago.

Ash is the most popular name, having received more likes than any other in this list of sanskrit dog names.

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