Nandini is a female given name. It is derived from the Sanskrit verbal root nand, which means "to rejoice, delight". Literally, nandinī means a woman who brings joy. The name also specifically refers to a daughter, as a daughter brings joy to the family. In the Hindu religion, Goddess Parvati is often addressed by this name. Nandini also refers to one of the eight eternal companions (Ashtanayika) of Goddes Parvati.[1][2][3]

Nandhini
GenderFemale
Language(s)Sanskrit

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  1. ^ 1) Bangala Bhasar Abhidhaan ( Dictionary of the Bengali Language) Shishu Sahitya Samsad Pvt Ltd. 32A, APC Road, Kolakata – 700009, Volume 1, p.151. (ed. 1994)
  2. ^ Manorama Year Book (Bengali edition)Malyala Manorama Pvt. Ltd., 32A, APC Road, Kolkata- 700 009(ed.2012), p.153
  3. ^ "(12) Eight Companions of the Mother »". Archived from the original on 2012-11-07. Retrieved 2018-12-27.