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Tamil Girl Baby Names with Starting Letter B | List of Tamil Girl Baby Names with B

Popular Tamil Girl Baby Names Collection Starting with Letter B

 

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List of Popular Tamil Girl Baby Names Starting with Alphabet B

 

1.     Bageshri - name of a raaga

2.     Bahula - a star

3.     Baidehi - Sita

4.     Baijayanthi - garland of Lord Vishnu

5.     Baisakhi - of the month Baishakh

6.     Baishali - an ancient city

7.     Bakul - the name of a flower

8.     Bakula - Nagakeshar flower

9.     Bala - girl

10.  Ballari - creeper

11.  Banamala - forests

12.  Banani - forests

13.  Bandana - worship

14.  Bandhula - charming

15.  Bandhura - pretty

16.  Banhi - fire

17.  Banhishikha - flame

18.  Banita - woman

19.  Bansari - flute

20.  Barnali - Dispersion of seven colors

21.  Barsha - rain

22.  Baruna - wife of the Lord of the sea

23.  Baruni - Goddess Durga

24.  Basabi - wife of Lord Indra

25.  Basanti - of spring

26.  Bela - a flower-jasmine

27.  Beli - a flower-jasmine

28.  Benazir - incomparable

29.  Bhadra - gentle

30.  Bhagirathi - the river Ganga

31.  Bhagwanti - lucky

32.  Bhagya - lucky

33.  Bhagyalakshmi - goddess of wealth

34.  Bhagyashree - fortunate

35.  Bhagyawati - fortunate

36.  Bhairavi - a melody in classical music

37.  Bhakti - devotion

38.  Bhamini - woman

39.  Bhanuja - river Yamuna

40.  Bhanumati - full of lustre

41.  Bhanupriya - beloved of the sun

42.  Bharani - Name of a celestial star

43.  Bharati - Goddess Saraswati

44.  Bhargavi - Goddess Parvati

45.  Bhavana - feelings; sentiments

46.  Bhavini - Goddess Parvati

47.  Bhavna - meditation; thinking

48.  Bhilangana - a river

49.  Bhoomi - the earth

50.  Bhoomika - the earth

51.  Bhuvana - the earth

52.  Bimala - pure

53.  Bina - a musical instrument

54.  Binata - the wife of Sage Kashyap

55.  Bindiya - drop; point

56.  Bindu - a drop

57.  Binodini - handsome; beautiful Radha

58.  Bipasha - a river; Beas

59.  Bishakha - a star

60.  Bratati - creeper

61.  Brinda - the basil plant; Radha

62.  Bulbul - a songbird

63.  Bulbuli - a songbird

 

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List of Unique Tamil Girl Baby Names Beginning with Letter B

 

 

Bageshri

name of a raaga

Bakula

Nagakeshar flower

Bala

an ever 9 year old girl, a young girl

Bandhura

pretty

Bani

Saraswati

Bhagyalakshmi

goddess of wealth

Bhairavi

a melody in classical music

Bhanuja

river Yamuna

Bharati

Saraswati

Bhavana

feelings, sentiments

Bhavani

Parvati

Bhavya

grand, splendid

Bhuvana

the earth

Bina

a musical instrument

Bindiya

drop, point

Brinda

Tulasi

 

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List of Tamil Boy/Male Baby Names Starting with Letter B

List of Tamil Boy/Male Baby Names Starting with Letter B

 

Stylish Indian Boy Baby Names Starts with Alphabet “B”

 

Get indian boy baby names and stylish tamil Boy baby names to your newborn child. Best class names to your baby to recognize it. Select perfect name for your boy/male baby according to their Rashi, Nakshatra, Birth Date, Place or Origin of Birth, and by combining with their parents name.

Here are the list of Indian Baby Names Collection are followed by,

Badal - cloud; rain

Badri - Lord Vishnu

Badrinath - Lord of Mt.Badri

Badriprasad - Lord Bhadri's gift

Bahubali - a Jain Tirthakar

Bahuleya - Lord Kartikeya

Bajrang - a name of Lord Hanuman

Balaaditya - young sun

Balachandra - young moon

Balagopal - baby krishna

Balagovind - baby Krishna

Balaji - Lord Vishnu Balaraj - strong

Balakrishna - baby Krishna

Balamani - young jewel

Balamohan - one who is attractive

Balamohan(one who is attractive;

Balaram - the brother of Lord Krishna

Balbir - strong Baldev - strong

Baldev - godlike in power

Balram - Krishna's brother

Balvindra - strong

Balwant - strong

Banbihari - Lord Krishna

Bandhu - friend

Bandhul - pleasing

Bankebihari - Lord Krishna

Bankim - curved

Bankimchandra - crescent moon

Bansi - flute

Bansilal - Lord Krishna

Barid - cloud

Baridbaran - colour of the cloud

Barindra - the ocean

Barun - Lord of the Sea

Basanta - spring

Bashir - harbinger of good things

Basistha - a sage

Basudha - earth

Bhadrak - handsome

Bhadraksh - one with beautiful eyes

Bhagirath - one who brought river Ganga to the earth

Bhagwant - fortunate

Bhagyaraj - lord of luck

Bhairav - Lord Shiva

Bhajan - adoration

Bhanu - sun

Bhanu - the sun

Bhanudas - a devotee of the sun

Bhanuprasad - gift of sun

Bharadwaj - a sage; a mythical bird

Bharat - India; universal monarch

Bhargava - Lord Shiva

Bhaskar - sun

Bhaskar - the sun

Bhaumik - attached to the earth

Bhavesh - lord of the world

Bhim - powerful

Bhishma - one who has taken a terrible vow

Bhooshan - decoration

Bhooshit - decorated

Bhrij - Lord Krishna

Bhudev - lord of the earth

Bhupen - king

Bhupendra - king of kings

Bhushan - ornament

Bhuvan - palace; one of the three worlds

Bhuvanesh - lord of the worlds

Bibek - conscience

Bibhas - a raga

Bibhavasu - the sun; fire

Bikram - prowess

Bilva - a sacred leaf

Bimal - pure

Bindusar - an excellent pearl

Bipin - forest

Bitasok - one who does not mourn

Bodhan - kindling

Boudhayan - the name of a sage

Brahmabrata - ascetic

Brahmadutt - dedicated to Lord Brahma

Bratindra - devoted to right deeds

Brijesh - god of the land of Brij

Brijmohan - Krishna

Buddhadev - wise person

Buddhadeva - wise; Gautama Buddha

Budhil - learned

Badal

cloud; rain

 

Badri

Lord Vishnu

 

Badrinath

Lord of Mt.Badri

 

Badriprasad

goft of Badri

 

Bahubali

a Jain Tirthakar

 

Bahuleya

Lord Kartikeya

 

Bahumanya

honoured by many

 

Bahurai

with great riches

 

Bajrang

a name of Lord Hanuman

 

Bakhtawar

one who brings good luck

 

Balaaditya

young sun

 

Balachandra

young moon

 

Balachandrav

the crescent moon

 

Baladhi

deep insight

 

Baladhitya

the newly risen sun

 

Balagovind

baby Krishna

 

Balaji

a name of Vishnu

 

Balakrishna

young krishna

 

Balakumar

youthful

 

Balamani

young jewel

 

Balamohan

one who is attractive

 

Balamurugan

young lord murugan

 

Balan

youthful

 

Balanath

lord of strength

 

Balaraj

strong

 

Balaram

the brother of Lord Krishna

 

Balaravi

the morning sun

 

Balbir

strong

 

Baldev

godlike in power

 

Balgopal

baby krishna

 

Balram

Krishna's brother

 

Balvindra, Balvinder

strong

 

Balwant

strong

 

Banbihari

Lord Krishna

 

Bandhu

friend

 

Bandhul

pleasing

 

Bankebihari

Lord Krishna

 

Bankim

curved

 

Bankimchandra

crescent moon

 

Bansi

flute

 

Bansilal

Lord Krishna; the first lord; Lord Vishnu

 

Barid

cloud

 

Baridbaran

colour of the cloud

 

Barindra

the ocean

 

Barun

Lord of the Sea

 

Basanta

spring

 

Basavaraj

lord of bulls

 

Basistha

a sage

 

Basudha

earth

 

Bhadrak

handsome

 

Bhadraksh

one with beautiful eyes

 

Bhadrang

beautiful body

 

Bhadranidhi

treasure of goodness

 

Bhagaditya

the sun which bestows wealth

 

Bhagat

devotee

 

Bhagirat

with glorious chariot

 

Bhagirath

one who brought Ganga on earth

 

Bhagwant

fortunate

 

Bhagyanandana

controller of destiny

 

Bhairav

Lord Shiva

 

Bhajan

adoration

 

Bhanu

sun

 

Bhanudas

a devotee of the sun

 

Bhanuprasad

gift of sun

 

Bharadwaj

a lucky bird

 

Bharat

India, universal monarch

 

Bhargava

Lord Shiva

 

Bhargyaraj

lord of luck

 

Bhaskar

sun

 

Bhaumik

attached to the earth

 

Bhavamanyu

creator of universe

 

Bhavesh

lord of the world

 

Bhim

fearful

 

Bhishma

one who has taken a terrible vow

 

Bhojaraja

lord of generosity

 

Bhooshan

decoration

 

Bhooshit

decorated

 

Bhudev

lord of the earth

 

Bhumi

earth

 

Bhupathi

lord of the earth

 

Bhupen

king

 

Bhupendra

king of kings

 

Bhushan

ornament

 

Bhuvan

palace, one of the three worlds

 

Bhuvanesh

lord of the worlds

 

Bibek

conscience

 

Bibhas

a raga

 

Bibhavasu

the sun; fire

 

Bijal

lightning

 

Bikram

prowess

 

Bilva

a sacred leaf

 

Bimal

pure

 

Bindusar

an excellent pearl

 

Bipin

forest (Vipin)

 

Birbal

brave heart

 

Bitasok

one who does not mourn

 

Bodhan

kindling

 

Boudhayan

the name of a sage

 

Brahmabrata

ascetic

 

Brahmadutt

dedicated to Lord Brahma

 

Bratindra

devoted to right deeds

 

Brijesh

god of the land of Brij

 

Brijmohan

Krishna

 

Buddhadev

wise person

 

Buddhadeva

Gautama Buddha

 

Budhil

learned

 

Bukka

heart, loving, sincere

 

 

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text 2018-05-23 02:29
Summer Reading List 2018
Pete Rose: An American Dilemma - Kostya Kennedy
First Love, Last Rites - Ian McEwan
The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket - Edgar Allan Poe,Richard Kopley
Leviathan - Scott Westerfeld,Keith Thompson
Three Tall Women - Edward Albee
Homegoing - Yaa Gyasi
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Anne Brontë

I'm well behind pace in my reading this year. I always say I "average" a book a week, for 52 or so books a year, but I usually exceed that by a fair margin. This year, I'm quite slow. Only 16 so far - even though at least two were "doorstops."

 

So two weeks ago, when I realized I hadn't even considered my summer reading list, I was worried. But when I finally sat down to compose it, the list came flowing straight out. Easy-peasy, less than an hour's contemplation, for sure.

 

The fact I've been using the same nine categories for years, I'm sure, helps considerably. Three books for each month of summer. Things that make me happy and better-rounded. Plenty of room left for serendipity and other titles. Here goes:

The list.

 

1. A baseball book - "Pete Rose: An American Dilemma" by Kostya Kennedy. Reading a baseball book - fiction or non-fiction - is a summer tradition. Thanks, Casey Awards for the ready-made list. 

 

2. A Michael Chabon book - "Pops: Fatherhood in Pieces." This was both tough and incredibly easy. I've read all of Chabon's books, except some very hard to get screenplays and graphic novels. Luckily, he has a new book out this month. It's an anthology of his magazine essays, in the mode of "Maps and Legends," but it's better than none!

 

3. An Ian McEwan book - "First Love, Last Rites." I've read all of McEwan's recent stuff, so I have to reach way back into the Ian Macabre phase, which I like less, but it needs to be done. At least there's a new McEwan adaptation coming out in theaters soon.

 

4. A Neglected Classic - "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket," Edgar Allen Poe's only novel. Not one that was really on my radar, but read entry five for more "why." 

 

5. A recent "big" book - "Pym" by Mat Johnson. I have the opportunity to hear Johnson read in June, and I think it's time to read his novel, inspired by Poe's, as listed above. 

 

6. A YA book - "Leviathan" by Scott Westerfeld. A steampunk, World War I revisionist novel? Yes, please. 

 

7. A Play - "Three Tall Women" by Edward Albee. It's in revival on Broadway right now with Laurie Metcalf. You know I won't make it to Manhattan, so I'd better finally read it.

 

8. A Recommendation from a Friend - "Homegoing" by Yaa Gyasi. My friend, Laura, suggested it. She didn't have to suggest very hard, because I was already meaning to read it. And she loaned me her copy!

 

9. The book I didn't read from last year's list - "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" by Anne Bronte. There's one every year. This year's will probably be the Chabon, just because it's new and might be hard to acquire through library means.

 

Well, that's it. I'll post a list on the booklikes list app. Will you read along with me? What's on your list for Summer '18? 

 

-cg

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review 2018-05-14 23:56
Some odd little short stories
Pastoralia - George Saunders

Published in 2000, this book was somehow completely off my radar. The six short stories in this volume all feature people who are generally unhappy. They are unhappy for different reasons, but every one of them is trying their best, and none are wallowing in their unhappiness.

 

Pastoralia, my favorite of the stories, features a man who is working as a caveman in a museum exhibit. Living at the museum full time, he is trying to make enough money for his young son's medical treatment.

 

Another story features a young man working as a stripper of sorts, trying to support his aunt, his two cousins, and each of their young children. With no education and no other options, his aunt makes a plan.

 

The other 4 stories also feature men--boy to middle aged--who are unhappy in their lives. None have given up. In many ways these stories reflect the common theme of unhappy people, but Saunders gives his characters agency that they act on.

 

With under 200 pages, this book is a quick read and highly recommended for fans of short stories and unusual story lines.

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Living the Liberal Arts
Testament of Youth - Vera Brittain

I work at a university. Over the past year, we've been working with a new strategic plan, as an organization, and the first, most vital point of that plan has been a discussion of liberal arts, a passion area for me. Far too much is happening, and there are far too many ideas to discuss here - plus, I want to tie this column directly to a book - so I'm going to narrow in. 

 

I talk a lot with my students about the value of liberal arts (liberal, I remind them, in this case means "broad," not necessarily "left"). The specific, tangible benefits of liberal arts often need to be enumerated, because they're less obvious than in the professional or vocational disciplines. But every scholar of the liberal arts know that the intangible benefits of the education are where your heart goes.

 

Sometimes, in my reading, I run across some statement that makes me sit up and say, "Yes! This is liberal arts. This is what happens when you open yourself up broadly to the gifts of learning." I'm going to quote a few sentences from Vera Brittain's "Testament of Youth" here. Her moving memoir is a bildungsroman from a female (before the late 20th century, not a common thing at all), and a profound meditation on what happened to the youth of Britain, an entire generation decimated and affected primally and permanently by The Great War.

 

With students investing so much in their educations these days, words like these help us and inspire us to continue the good fight for liberal arts:

 

(If you're following along at home, this is from pages 30-31of the 1934 American edition, published by Macmillan.)

 

"I suppose it was the very completeness with which all doors and windows to the more adventurous and colourful world, the world of literature, of scholarship, of art, of politics, of travel, were closed to me, that kept my childhood so relatively contented a time. Once I went away to school and learnt--even thought from a distance that filled me with dismay--what far countries of loveliness, and learning, and discovery, and social relationship based upon enduring values, lay beyond those solid provincial walls which enclosed the stuffiness of complacent bourgeoisdom so securely within themselves, my discontent kindled until I determined somehow to break though them to the paradise of sweetness and light which I firmly believed awaited me in the south." 

 

-cg

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