Parents want nothing, but the best for their child, which starts with a perfect name. A name is a lot more than an identity tag. It also gives cues to your region, religion, and country. This is the main reason Indian parents take their country and community into consideration while naming their child.
In India, different sects and religions having specific naming conventions and traditions, which holds true in the case of Jains as well. But one thing is common in almost all the communities – the Namkaran ceremony. Traditionally, the naming ceremony or Namkaran is performed after a few days or even weeks of the birth of the baby. But strictly speaking, the Namkaran ceremony should be held after 11 days of the child’s birth. Just like all the major Indian religions, even Jains use traditional methods such as astrology while picking the name for their children. They even refer to Jain Ramayana for choosing a name for their bundle of joy.
If you want to know about the trending Jain baby names, take a look at MomJunction's list below. We sifted through the Internet to get more than 200 popular and traditional Jain baby boy and girl names.