Friday, November 24, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism



Name Description


battle field where Guru Gobind Singh fought


Beauteous, beloved


Full of fragrance like sandalwood


A humble person


Winning the service of Guru's Lotus Feet


Light of Guru's Lotus Feet


Protection under the Guru's Lotus Feet


One who loves the Lord's Lotus Feet


One absorbed in awareness

Chakar Wheel


Lord Vishnu
Chakrapani Lord Vishnu
Chakarvarti Universal monarch
Chaman Garden
Chamanpreet Love for Garden
Chamandeep Lamp of Garden
Chamanjeet Victor of Garden
Chamanroop Beautiful like garden
Chanda Moon
Chanderbhan Moon of Sun
Chanderpaal Moon Fosterer


Moon's light
Chanderpreet Love for moon
Chanderoop Beautiful like moon
Chandermukh Beautiful face like moon
Chanderdev The god of moon
Chandersaroop Beautiful like moon
Chanderprakash Light of moon
Chanchal Agile, Playful, Transient
Chander Mohan Attractive like moon
Chandan Sandal
Chandanwant Full of sandal smell
Chaandni Moonlight
Chanpreet Love for moon
Chanderraaj Moon beam
Charan Feet of God
Charankanwal Lotus-like feet
Charanpaal Fostered by God's feet
Charanpreet Love for God's feet
Charandeep Lamp of the God's feet
Charanjit Victor of God's feet
Charninder Feet of God
Chatar Intelligent
Chaterbihari Wise God
Chhattar Parasol
Chetandeep Lamp of consciousness
Chet Awareness, 1st Month of Bikarmi
Chintan Thinking, Meditation
Chintandev God of Meditation
Chintamani A mythological gem
Chintanprakaash Light of Meditation
Chiranjeet Victory forever
Chiranjiv Immortal
Chirjeewan Long life
Chitranjan Joy of inner mind
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