Sikh Baby Names
Welcome to Babynamescube.com's Sikh baby names collection. We bring a comprehensive list of Sikh boy and girl names with meaning and their popularity graph.
Sikh people are a follower of Sikhism, a monotheistic religion which originated during the 15th century in the Punjab, India. The term "Sikh" has its origin in the Sanskrit words, meaning disciple, student. Sikhs who have undergone the Sikh initiation ceremony, may also be recognised by the five Ks (Kesh, kara, Kirpan, Kangha, and kachehra).
Bhangra and Giddha are two forms of Punjabi folk dancing which have been adapted and pioneered by Sikhs. Punjabi (Gurmukhi) is teh native language Sikh people. Although Punjabi is also the most widely spoken language in Pakistan.
Sikh baby names cover a wide range of culture, history, art, nature, religion and virtues. Male Sikhs have "Singh" (Lion), and female Sikhs have "Kaur" (princess) as their middle or last name but most Sikh first names are gender-neutral. Pal, -want and -jit/-jeet, -preet, -inder, -deep etc are the most common suffix used in the first name.
We\'ve put together a selection of some of the most popular, traditional, unusual, rare and modern Sikh baby names.
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