East Indian names/Sanskrit names were typically derived from Hinduism and Buddhism, many referring to gods, goddesses, or their traits. Sanskrit names can also refer to nature, natural wonders, or colors. Names may be split into two words, or be many joined together into one, such as Lila Devi or Liladevi. Middle names often have a function for the first name. Middle names can reflect the father of a son, sometimes including his entire name. In addition, if a first name is gender neutral, the second name can help to identify the gender assigned at birth. Most Sikh baby names are gender-neutral until paired with a religious name: Kaur for women and Singh for men.Click on a name to discover the name meaning, popularity, origin, history, and other information!