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Discover the origin, meaning and pronunciation of the name Aadhya.

Aadhya is an Indian name that originated in the Sanskrit language. The meaning of Aadhya is ‘the beginning’ or ‘first power’. In addition, it is also another name for the famous Hindu deity Durga. With its roots in Sanskrit, the name Aadhya found its way into several Indian languages, such as Bengali, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Oriya, Tamil, and Telegu. Some other forms of this beautiful Indian name are Aadya and Adhya. As Aadhya is another name for the Hindu goddess Durga, it has always been gender-specific and has been mostly used for girls. It is a popular belief that a person with the name Aadhya tends to be intelligent, hard-working, passionate, and a great leader. Besides India, this name is also widely used in Nepal. A famous personality of the same name is the renowned Indian actress Aadhya Anand. She is best known for films like ‘Whoopsie’s World’, ‘Bombay Begum’, and ‘Bravehearts’. Adhya, a version of Aadhya, is also often used as a surname. For example, there is a famous Bengali film and television actress named Aparajita Adhya.


Aadhya is most often associated with the gender: female.

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A-A-D-H-Y-A , is a 6-letter female given name.

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