Name Varshita
Meaning Rain, Beautiful, Strong
Gender Girl
Religion Hindu
Numerology 8
Length 3.5
Zodiac Sign Taurus

Varshita Meaning

Varshita The meaning of the name is Rain, Beautiful, Strong. If you know the meaning of Varshita before naming your baby, it can make your baby's life better. By keeping the name Varshita, your child also starts behaving like the meaning of this name. Let us tell you that by naming your baby Varshita, you can increase the positive possibilities in her life. It is also said in the Vedas that before giving Varshita to the child, the parents should get complete information about it. According to some social concepts, the meaning of the name Varshita is related to the personality of the person, that is, if the meaning of the name Varshita is then it will be reflected in your personality also. Below, the zodiac sign, lucky number, nature, and Rain, Beautiful, Strong of the name Varshita are explained in detail.

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Varshita's Lucky Number

The ruling planet of girls named Varshita is Venus and the lucky number is 6. Girls with the lucky number 6 are beautiful. Girls named Varshita have the qualities to become excellent artists and they also like cleanliness. Women named Varshita like to travel. They also have a lot of tolerance. Girls named Varshita related to number 6 can travel abroad. People named Varshita get immense love from their parents.

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Varshita Personality

The zodiac sign of girls named Varshita is Taurus. Varshita The biggest quality of girls is their honesty. They love the people around them, friends and family very much. Girls named Varshita do not like any kind of change in their life. Girls with the name Varshita of the Aries zodiac sign do not like change, hence they often become stubborn. Girls named Varshita are trustworthy, have patience, and always like to be happy. Women named Varshita never break anyone's trust.

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Varshita's zodiac Taurus Names, Rashi & Horoscope

Name Meaning Religion
Valli Creeper Hindu
Vallik Edge of a thatched roof Hindu
Vallika Diamond, Creeper, Greenery, The earth Hindu
Vallinath Lord Subrahmanya Hindu
Vallkantan Lord Murugan, Husband of Velli Hindu
Vallmanalan Lord Murugan, Husband of Velli Hindu
Vallur A cluster of blossoms Hindu
Valmeki An ancient saint Hindu
Valmik The author of the epic Ramayana Hindu
Valmiki The author of the epic Ramayana (Great Poet and creator of Ramayana; Sage who helped Sita and her two son Lava-Kush stay at her ashram) Hindu
Valsala Precious Hindu
Vama Woman Hindu
Vamadev Lord Shiva, Poet Hindu
Vamakeshi Goddess Durga, She who has beautiful hair Hindu
Vamakshi Beautiful eyes Hindu
Vaman Short, Fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu Hindu
Vamana The 5th incarnation of Lord Vishnu Hindu
Vamanie Power of Sky, Land and water Hindu
Vamdev Name of Lord Shiva Hindu
Vamdevi Goddess Durga, Savitri Hindu
Vamika Goddess Durga, An epithet of the Goddess Durga, Situated on the left side of vam, I.e. Shiva Hindu
Vamil Beautiful Hindu
Vamita Goddess Parvati Hindu
Vamnayi Goddess of speech, Another name for Goddess Saraswati Hindu
Vamsee Flute of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vamseedhar Lord Krishna, The bearer of the flute Hindu
Vamshi Flute of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vamshika Flute Hindu
Vamshitha Flute Hindu
Vamsi Flute of Lord Krishna Hindu
Vamsidhar Lord Krishna, The bearer of the flute Hindu
Vamsikrishna Lord Krishna with flute Hindu
Vana Intelligence Hindu
Vanabihari Lord Krishna, One who enjoys roaming in the forest Hindu
Vanad Cloud Hindu
Vanadev Lord of the forest Hindu
Vanadurga Goddess Parvati, Durga in forest, Goddess of forest Hindu
Vanaipaka-Verindon Lord Murugan Hindu
Vanaj Lotus, Natural, Born of the forest, Born of the water Hindu
Vanaja A forest girl, Born of the water, Natural Hindu
Vanajaksh Lotus eyed Hindu
Vanajakshi Forest queen Hindu
Vanajit Lord of the forest Hindu
Vanalika Sunflower Hindu
Vanamala Garland of forests, Wildflower garland Hindu
Vanamalee Hindu
Vanamalin Lord Krishna, One wearing a sylvan garland Hindu
Vanan Longing, Desire Hindu
Vanani Forest Hindu
Vanar Monkey Hindu