By MAHMUD HAMSOUD The Associated PressIndia has a growing tradition of naming newborns after famous people, and many families have been naming their babies after stars and stars’ children.
India has no shortage of names for newborns, from the legendary Bhagat Singh in Punjab to the popular children’s movie The Princess Bride.
But Indian baby names have always had an interesting history.
In the 1920s, a family named their son Bajrangi, after the film Bajrongi Bhagavatiya, which is about a Bollywood star.
It wasn’t until the 1950s, when India became part of the United Nations, that a child was officially called Bhagawatiya.
As a result, the name became an unofficial one for the country, which has a tradition of giving out newborns’ names to families that want to give the name to their children.
The country’s first baby born with a name that was not the official name was called Manjari.
The baby was named after the late author and poet B.R. Ambedkar, who had been killed in a bomb blast in 1984.
Since then, many other names have been given to newborns.
The name Bhagawan means “a friend” in Hindi, and it was the name of a character in the popular TV series The Golden Girls, which aired from 1969 to 1974.
The family of the actor Arjun Kapoor also gave birth to a boy named Bhagwan, after a family member, Raj Kapoor, a journalist and actor.
The name Chhota Bhagavan means “peace” in English.
Kapoor’s family also gave his daughter, Kavita, a name called Bhajavati, which means “child” in Sanskrit.
Even after the birth of a baby, there have been numerous other names for baby boys.
Many parents of boys named Bhavish were named after popular Hindi singers.
When the Indian government decided to name its first baby after one of them, its name was Maha Bal Thackeray.
Bhagyan Bhagy, the son of the late Indian President Subhash Chandra Bose, was born on May 22, 1980, and was named for the poet and philosopher who founded the Indian National Congress Party.
His mother, Gopal, was given the name Bijay Bishnoi, and her son, Raman, was named Rannu.
Other names given to babies include Rakesh, Ravi, Rani and Rana.
The names of babies born after Bhagyan, Rakeshi, Raj and Rani have become synonymous with Hindi cinema.
In 2007, a baby named Arvind was born with the name Rajiv, which was a reference to Raj Kapur, the director of the film Raj Kapu.