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Name Description

Rajbir

The warrior of the kingdom

Rajindar

The king of god of gods

Rajpal

The protector king

Rajveer

The warrior or hero of the kingdom

Ramandeep

Absorbed in the Light of Lord's Love

Rambir

Warrior of God

Ramdas

Servant of God, slave of God

Ramdeep

Lamp of All-Pervading God

Ramgeet

Song of the All-Pervading God

Ramindar

Absorbed in the Lord

Ramjeet

The winner of God's Love

Ramjot

The Light of God

Ramleen

One absorbed in God

Ramneek

Beauteous

Rampreet

In love with God

Ranbir

The brave warrior

Randeep

The lamp (hero) of the battle

Ranga

One who is colored in Naam

Rangjot

One colored in the union of God

Rangleen

Imbued in the Lord's absorbtion

Rangpreet

The lover of God's Love

Ranjit

The conqueror of the battle

Ranjot

The Light of the Battlefield

Ranveer

The brave warrior

Rasbir

Drinking the elixir of courage

Rasdeep

Lamp of the Elixir

Rasgun

One who delights in the elixir of virtues

Rasgur

One who attaines the elixir of enlightenment

Rasjeevan

One whose life is full of elixir of Naam

Rasjog

One who has union with elixir of Naam

Rasleen

One absorbed in the elixir of Naam

Rasnam

One who drinks the elixir of Naam

Ratan

A diamond-like person

Ratanbir

The priceless brave one

Ratandeep

Precious like God's Lamp

Ratangeet

Song of diamond (soul)

Ratanjot

The diamond of God's Light

Ratanpreet

One who is in love of the Diamond (Holy Word)

Raushan

The exalted, famous person

Ravindar

The god of Sun, knowledge

Roopindar

God of Beauty

Roopjot

Beauteous Light

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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