Choosing out a perfect name for your child is very difficult that can perfectly describe about the personality of the child. So here we got a good collection of Rajput Baby Boy Names. Hope you get a good name for your son!
If you’re interested in a historical Rajput name with modern day relevance, try Ajay. It’s one of the most popular Indian rajput boy names, meaning ‘invincible’.
Amit is one of the most favored name choices in India. This popular name originates from the Sanskrit word Amita, which means ‘endless or boundless’.
The appeal of Arjun lies in the heroic and brave warrior whose skill with a bow and arrow could be surpassed by none. The meaning of Arjun is ‘white or clear’.
Bhagwant deserves a special mention in our list as it belonged to the powerful Kacchwaha ruler of Amber. The meaning of Bhagwant is ‘one whose heart is full of loving devotion; fortunate or lucky’.
Bhairon, meaning ‘fear inducing’, is quite an original baby name choice. It sounds rich, refined, and in no way pretentious.
With Sanskrit origin, Bhupinder is a Rajput name that you don’t get to hear too often, probably because it sounds a bit old timey. But you can bring it back to its former glory by giving your son this name. Bhupinder means ‘king of the Earth’.
Here’s another oldie but highly approved Rajput name. Chandraprakash means ‘moon light’, simply perfect for the light of your life.
This positive name, meaning ‘inner joy’ or ‘one who has a joyful heart’, will fill your son’s life with love, laughter, and happiness.
What could be more royal than choosing a name that means ‘king’ itself? Did you know, the Great Khali’s real name is Dalip Singh Rana? And he even happens to be a Rajput.
Devendra is a charming and cool name, meaning ‘God’. We feel it will appeal to several readers, not just because of its uniqueness, but also because of its uplifting meaning.
If you want a Rajput name with a bold meaning, look no further than Digvijay, which means ‘who is victorious over everyone’.
A name that means ‘Lord Vishnu’, is obviously a solid choice for baby boys. And the fact that’s it’s relatively uncommon and unheard of offers originality to parents looking for something different for their sons.
Gaurav, meaning ‘honor, pride and respect’, is a timeless and classic Indian baby boy name. Give your child this name with the hope that he’ll bring pride or a good name to the family, society, and nation.
This Sanskrit name, meaning ‘lord of the mountains’, sounds poetic while still being rooted in Indian culture.
Gulab, meaning ‘rose’, is a sweet and straightforward name, used mostly by Gujarati and Rajasthani parents today. It is also a great option for parents into floral names.
Hanuman, the name of Hindu Lord associated with valor, loyalty, bravery, and honesty, is also commonly used by the Rajputs. The name Hanuman means ‘one with a broken cheek’.
Hardik, meaning ‘affectionate, cordial, heartfelt’, has a friendly and upbeat sound to it.
Hari, meaning ‘sun’, is an illuminating name for your baby boy. It also happens to be another name of Lord Vishnu.
Harish is a positive and spiritual moniker as it honors Lord Shiva. It’s mildly popular right now, but has been growing consistently over the years.
Jai is another commonly used name in the Rajput community. It was borne by several famous Rajput kings, such as Jai Singh I, the King of Amber, and Jai Singh Prabhakar Bahadur, the ruler of Alwar.
While Jaswant brings to mind the valiant ruler of Marwar, Maharaja Jaswant Singh, the name is strong and beautiful even without the influence. It means ‘victorious or worthy of praise’.
An old school name, it still sounds fresh and appealing, just as the flower it’s named after. The meaning of Kamal is ‘lotus’.
Karan, meaning ‘ear’, is the name of the greatest warrior from Ancient India. Karan was loved by all for his sacrifice, courage, and generosity. No wonder this name is used so widely among the Rajputs.
If you’re looking for a refreshing and original name, choose Kunal, which means ‘lotus’.
Kunwar is cool, zippy, and comes from Sanskrit, the mother of all languages. Meaning ‘prince’, Kunwar is also used as a term of endearment for young boys of the royal family.
Bestowing this name on your son will serve to him as a reminder that he must set goals in life and should give his best to attain them. The name Lakshay means ‘aim, goal, or destination’.
Exotic, unique, and deep, Madan is a striking baby name option for your son. It means ‘a man filled with beauty or God of love’.
Honor Madho Singh I, the ruler of Jaipur and the son of Maharaja Sawai Jai Sing II, by naming your son after him. His contribution in the field of literature, art, architecture, and town planning is still unparalleled. Madho means ‘lord’.
This Sanskrit name comes from the elements ‘Maha’, meaning ‘highest position’ and ‘Indra’, meaning ‘king of God’. One of the most famous Rajputs bearing this name is Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former Indian Cricket Team captain.
Rao Maldeo Rathore, fondly referred to as the ‘most potent prince of Hindustan’, was the ruler of Marwar and the scion of the Rathore clan. We think it’s one of the least used Rajput baby boy names in India.
Now made famous by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the name originally comes from Sanskrit ‘Nar’, which means ‘man’ and ‘Indra’, which means ‘lord’. And together, the name means ‘leader of all human beings, king of men’.
If you love the sound of Narendra or Suresh, but want something a little less popular, Naresh, meaning ‘lord of man’, could make an excellent choice.
If you’re looking for a name with traditional roots, consider Omprakash, which means ‘light of Om’. It’s one of the many names of Lord Shiva and is preferred widely by East Indian parents.
Parents looking for a soft, sensitive, yet manly Rajput name can consider Pankaj, which means ‘lotus flower’. The popularity of this moniker isn’t limited to India. It’s well used in Nepal as well.
One of our favorite Rajput baby boy names, Prakash sounds both serious, and light hearted as it means ‘he who radiates the light’. With ties to some of the most famous Rajput kings, Prakash also sounds royal.
This classic Indian name, meaning ‘bravery’, is perfect for your little prince. Its most famous Rajput bearer is Maharana Pratap Sing, the king of Mewar who faced the Mughals in the Battle of Haldighati.
Prithviraj Chauhan, the Indian King from Chahamana, has a name that no one can beat. It’s weighty and mighty and will definitely make your child stand out. Prithviraj means ‘king of the earth’.
This common name, meaning ‘king’, is best suited as a nickname than a given name today.
Rajeev is one of those Rajput names that needs no introduction. It was hugely popular in the 1980s and 1990s and is still not entirely out of radar. Rajeev means ‘achiever or blue lotus’.
Raja may sound childish, but Rajendra, meaning ‘lord of kings’, sounds macho and happening. You can perhaps choose Raja as the nickname for Rajendra.
There’s something very mature and stately about the name Rajnath. It sounds very Indian and proper. The meaning of Rajnath is ‘ruler or aristocrat’.
Who could forget Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, the silver medalist at the 2004 Olympics Games in the shooter category? Rajyavardhan means ‘Increasing grandeur’.
Rakesh, meaning ‘lord of the full moon day’, is one of those names that catches both eyes and ears. And it’s solid too, given the fact that it has survived decades of usage.
Parents who’re in search of an enigmatic and mighty name might want to consider Raman, which means ‘wise protector’.
Rana, denoting absolute monarch, is a surname used by the Rajput. Formerly, it was used by the Rajput kings as a title of martial sovereignty. Rana means ‘gaze or look’.
Parent looking for a shiny and glorious name for their son can zero in on Ratan, which means ‘jewel’.
Ravindra, meaning ‘the sun lord’, packs some serious punch. And we give brownie points to this name for its grandeur.
Rawal, meaning ‘king’, initially originated as a given name for boys residing in the princely states in Western India or Rajputana. Today, it’s used as a surname of caste designation by several communities.
Sandeep, meaning ‘a lighted lamp’, is a stately name full of power and significance. And it has an excellent staying power too, considering it’s still pretty popular.
Another Rajput name, which has been around for decades, but is still heard widely, in all its variations, Saurabh means ‘fragrance’.
Shardul, meaning ‘tiger’, is a name that’s unique, robust, and memorable. It’s old fashioned, yet offbeat and has a bold meaning too.
The name Shekha is derived from Shekhawat, the name of the Rajput clan found mainly in Rajasthan, India. The clan descends from Shekha of Amarsar, a former Rajput ruler of Shekhawati.
Tapan is a name of ‘Lord Surya’ and means ‘burning or heating’. A blazing name, indeed.
This Rajput name, meaning ‘gain’, is all rave and has been pretty steadfast too.
Despite being an overused name, Uday, meaning ‘the rising or to rise’, retains much of its originality. And the heavy and encouraging meaning of this name gives it more depth and dimension.
Umesh may have become a bit passe today, but there was a time when it was at the height of fashion. Umesh is a name of Lord Shiva and means ‘God of Uma’.
Vaibhav is one of the names of Lord Vishnu and means ‘moral, ethical, or right path.’
This Rajput name has one of the finest etymologies in our opinion, ‘king of the forest’. An awesome option for parents looking for a nature inspired name.
Despite being uncommon, Vardhan is seeing some traction these days. This is probably owing to the trend of reviving old fashioned names. Vardhan is a name of Lord Shiva and means ‘blessing’.
This delightful and traditional Indian name is best known via the famous Rajput ruler, Vikramaditya Singh, the Maharana of the Mewar Kingdom. As a name, Vikram is derived from Vishnu and means ‘fearless, valorous, or one who is wise’.
This macho Sanskrit name of Indo Aryan origin means ‘guidance, humility, modesty, and politeness’.
There are several reasons to like the name Vineet. Its meaning ‘knowledge or understanding’ is very reassuring and optimistic and its roots in Sanskrit add further interest and dimension.
There’s a certain pleasantness and modesty to the name Vishwanath, even though it means ‘lord of the universe’. Vishwa would be a perfect nickname for Vishwanath.
Vishwaraj is entirely neglected and seriously underused right now. It was used pretty extensively in the 18th and 19th century, but is in limbo since then. Why don’t you give it a new lease of life by giving your son this name? Vishwaraj means ‘king of the world’.
Yogendra is unique, ancient and loaded with spiritual significance. Not to mention its lovely etymology, ‘God of yoga’.
If you want a modern sounding variation of Yogendra, you can choose Yogesh, which also means ‘God of yoga’