50 Brave Hindu King Names for Your Baby Boy

Brave Hindu kings are instrumental all over the world for their truth, creativity in the battle ground for their rights and to gain authority over their people's hearts and minds. Sacrifices their names and fames over the nation against the enemies. Let's have words regarding all of them and their some bravery tales and how they are good for your babies.Some below described Hindu brave kings names can change your baby's fortune, name and fame.

1.Chandra Gupta Maurya
The great king Chandragupta Maurya, who founded the Maurya Dynasty, was unquestionably the first king of India, as he not only defeated practically all of ancient India's divided kingdoms but also united them into a vast empire whose borders reached as far as Afghanistan and the edge of Persia.
2.Ashoka (273-232 B.C)
Bindusara was his father. In 261 B.C., he defeated Kalinga for the first and last time. Ashoka's work was simply concerned with religion and morals. The greatest Buddhist Emperor. Outside of India, he sent monks to promote Buddhism.
3.Kanishka ( 120 ~ 162 A.D.)
He was a master builder of empires. He made Peshawar his capital after defeating Kashmir, Kashgar, Khotan, and Yarkand. He, like Asoka, was a major Buddhist devotee.
4.Samudra Gupta (330-375)
He was Chandra Gupta I's son and successor. He was a multi-talented genius who excelled as a strong warrior, a capable king, a musician, poet, and scholar.
5.Harsha Vardhana (606 - 647 A.D.)
Prabhakar Vardhana, the Maharaja of Thanesar, was his younger brother. Harsha came to the kingdom following his elder brother's untimely death. He won a lot of territory. Harsha dedicated himself to the cause of peace and the advancement of people's moral and material interests.
6.Shivaji (1627-1680)
A Mughal emperor who served from 16 Shahji Bhonsla, a Maratha chief in the Ahmadnagar State's service, was his father. He was a great leader of men, a capable administrator, and a superb General.
7.Baji Rao (1720-1740)
He was the second Peshwa and the son of Balaji Vishwanath. Baji Rao taught the Hindu-Pad-Padshahi ideal and enlisted the support of Hindus and Rajput kings to achieve it.
8.Balaji Baji Rao (1740-1761)
He was the third Peshwa, having succeeded to the throne after his father, Baji Rao, died. The Maratha state grew profitably, heading towards disaster, which it met in 1761 at the Battle of Panipat.
9.Madho Rao ( 1761 ~ 1779)
A capable financier and administrator. He was a military mastermind. He is credited with being the cause of the Marathas' failure due to his early death.
10.Balaji Vishwanath (1714-1720)
He was the first Peshwa to rise to the position of de facto ruler. He was key in winning Sahu's freedom from Mughal slavery and the crown of Satara for him. Balaji restored the Maratha kingdom's order and extended the Maratha kingdom's power.
11.Kanishka ( 120 - 162 A.D.)
He was a master builder of kingdoms. He made Peshawar his capital after winning Kashmir, Kashgar, Khotan, and Yarkand. He, like Asoka, was a major Buddhist devotee. His popularity comes from his victories in the Central Asian region.
12.Prithviraja III
Also known as Prithviraj Chauhan or Rai Pithora, was a Chahamana (Chauhan) dynasty king who ruled from 1178 until 1192 CE. In modern-day northwestern India, he governed Sapadalaksha, the old Chahamana domain.
13.Sambhaji Bhosale ( 1657 - 1689)
The second emperor of the Maratha empire was Sambhji Bhosle. Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire, and his first wife Saibai had him as their eldest son. After his father's death, he was crowned king and ruled the nation for nine years.
14.Krishnadevaraya (1509 -1529)
Was the Vijayanagara Empire's king from 1509 until 1529. He was the Tuluva Dynasty's third ruler and is often regarded as its greatest. After the downfall of the Delhi Sultanate, he won India's largest kingdom.
Governed the Punjab region and expanded his power in the Indian Subcontinent between the Jhelum and Chenab rivers. He was a great fighter with a wide range of fighting abilities.
In honour of his battles and conquests of regions in the Krishna-Tungabhadra basin, Krishnadevaraya is also known as Andhra Bhoja and Kannada Rajya Ramana. In the Hoysala style of architecture, he created the Vithalaswamy temple and the Hazar Rama Temple.
His military, political, and spiritual achievements have made him famous. Kanishka, a descendant of Kujula Kadphises, the Kushan empire's founder, ruled over an empire that extended from Central Asia and Gandhara to Pataliputra on the Gangetic plain.
Bimbisara's son, Ajatashatru, was also known as Kunika. He is referred to as vaidehi putra Ajatashatru Kunika "Ajatashatru Kunika, the son of Vaidehi" in an ancient inscription in Mathura's Government Museum.
19.Bappa Rawal
Bappa Rawal established a city called Rawalpindi, which is still existing in Pakistan today, as a military post to protect the North West Frontier. Bappa Rawal launched more than 15 attacks into Ghazni, Afghanistan, from his military headquarters in Rawalpindi, extending the kingdom of Mewar's border up to Iran.
Bindusara was Chandragupta Maurya's son and Asoka the Great's father. Amitraghata means "slayer (ghata) of all enemies" in Sanskrit (amitra). He was given this name because, like his father Chandragupta Maurya, he was a great king who was cruel to his enemies.
The Alha-Khand tale memorialises Alha, a great Rajput general of the Chandel king Paramardideva (also known as Parmal), who fought Prithviraj Chauhan in 1182 CE.
22.Chatrapati Shahu Maharaj
Yeshwantrao was the title given to Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj when he was born into a Ghatge Maratha family in Kagal village, Kolhapur.
23.Raja Vikarmaditya
Some believe King Vikramaditya was a historical figure, while others believe he was merely a fable. Vikramaditya ruled over regions of India in the first century BCE, and he is credited with initiating the Vikrama Samvat era in 57 BCE, according to popular legend.
24.Raja nahar Singh
Raja Nahar Singh, a Tewatia Jat king of the princely state of Ballabhgarh in Haryana, India, reigned from April 6, 1823, to January 9, 1858. Jat Raja Nahar Singh's name will always be remembered among those who died fighting for independence in 1857.
25.Raja Rama
Rama, one of the most popular Hindu gods, is the symbol of bravery and purity. Although Indian tradition includes three Ramas—Parashurama, Balarama, and Ramachandra—the name is most closely linked with Ramachandra, Vishnu's seventh avatar (avatar).
26.Ramachandra (IAST: Rmacandra, r. c. 1271-1311 CE)
Also known as Ramadeva, was the emperor of India's Seuna (Yadava) dynasty. After executing a revolution in the capital Devagiri, he gained the crown from his cousin Ammana.
27.Raja Chola
The Chola dynasty can be directly traced to the Tamil peoples of southern India, going back to the 3rd century BC. When Rajaraja came to power, the kingdom faced competition from the Pandya and Chera kingdoms in India, as well as the Sinhala king in Sri Lanka.
28.Pulakesi II
Kirtivarman I had a son named Pulakesi II. Ereya was his first name. Ereya was still a boy when Kirtivarman died in 597 CE, therefore his uncle Mangalesa controlled the kingdom as king.
29.Srimanth Mahadaji Shinde
Mahadaji was a key figure in the reconstruction of Maratha authority in North India following the Third Battle of Panipat, rising to become Peshwa Madhav Rao I's trusted lieutenant.
30.Shivaji Bhonsle
Shivaji Bhonsle, the son of a general, was born in Pune, India's western city. He began roaming the hills around the western edge of the Deccan Plateau with a band of men from Maharashtra, with his lack of education.
31.Raja Surajmal
On February 13, 1707, Maharaja Surajmal was born. This is the exact date of Aurangzeb's death in history. King Surajmal is regarded as one of the kings who have a special position in north India for providing a proper resistance to the Mughal invasion.
32.HemChandra Vikramaditya
He was a Hindu king who had previously served as Adil Shah Suri's lieutenant and chief minister (Suri dynasty). He had defeated Afghan rebels and Mughal forces Humayun and Akbar in 22 fights for Adil Shah Suri.
33.Skandgupta Vikarmaditya
In 455 AD, he assumed power and ruled until 467 AD. During his 12-year rule, he not only protected India's renowned civilization, but also defended it from external attack, defeating the Huns (Bhitari pillar inscription), who had invaded India from the north west.
Harihara I was the first king of the Sangama dynasty. From the region near the Tungabhadra river, he began to govern. He began the process of expanding his kingdom soon after.
35.Puran Mal
Puram Mal Jat (Dharan) was the king of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh from 1529 until 1542. In 1529, he defeated Babur's Mughal Army at Chanderi, destroying the Chanderi Fort.
Harishchandra is a famous Ikshvaku dynasty Indian king who appears in legends such as the Aitareya Brahmana, Mahabharata, Markandeya Purana, and Devi-Bhagavata Purana.
Mordhwaj was a Mahabharata king who ruled for several years. The fort and capital of King Moradhvaja were located at Mathurapur Mor Village in Najibabad Block of Uttar Pradesh's Bijnor District. He was a generous king, and the surname Mor is thought to have derived from his name.
Janaka was an ancient Hindu king from the Videha area of Mithila. Janakas were the rulers of Videha. In the epic Ramayana, he also appears as Sita's father.
39.Mansingh Tomar
Mansingh Tomar was both a great warrior and a great music lover. Tansen, a Hindustani classical musician, was one of his court's nine pearls. Tomar is credited for defeating Sikander Lodi, the Sultan of Delhi at the time.
40.Raja JayChandra
In the historically doubtful literary work Prithviraj Raso, Jayachandra is an iconic leader. Jayachandra ("Jaichand") was the Chahamana king Prithviraja III's cousin, according to the texts ("Prithviraj Chauhan"). Their mothers were Tomara king of Delhi's daughters.
Raja Bharmal (c. 1498 - 27 January 1574) was a Rajput king of Amer, which later became Jaipur, in India's Rajasthan state. Bharmal was the father of Mariam-uz-Zamani (Jodha Bai), who married Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1562 and gave birth to emperor Jahangir.
Before becoming the king of Magadha, Shishunaga was the viceroy of Kashi. His greatest win was destroying Avanti's power and bringing an end to the 100-year struggle between Avanti and Magadha.
43.Bhagwan Das
Raja Bhagwan Das was Amber's Raja Bhar Mai's son. Akbar's wife was his sister. He was Akbar's lifelong friend and lover from 1562 to 1589, when he died. He took part in various battles from Gujarat to Kabul and Kashmir.
Bhanugupta was one of the Gupta dynasty's lesser-known kings. Only an inscription at Eran and a mention in the Manjushri-mula-kalpa provide information about him.
45.Bhima I (r. 1022-1064 CE)
Was a Chaulukya king who ruled parts of what is now Gujarat, India. Invasion by the Ghaznavid emperor Mahmud, who destroyed the Somnath temple, occurred in the early years of his reign.
46.Anangabhima Deva
From 1211 until 1238 A.D., Anangabhima Deva III was a powerful Odia king and revolutionary of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty, who governed an early middle Odisha-centered empire in eastern India.
47.Maharaja Gangadhar Rao
Gangadhar was known for breaking gender norms in his own right, and the two enjoyed a mutual respecting relationship.Gangadhar, who was born in 1797, had no idea if he would ever be king of Jhansi.
48.Ranjit Singh
On November 13, 1780, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, often known as the Lion of the Punjab or Sher-e-Punjab, was born in Gujranwala, Punjab (now in Pakistan). The founder of the Sikh country of Punjab was a strong ruler and a great warrior.
49.Raja Rajendravarman
He was the ruler of the Khmer Empire (area of Angkor in Cambodia). Harshavarman's uncle and first cousin was Rajendravarman II. Pre Rup and East Mebon are two of his most famous monuments, both of which can be found in Cambodia's Siem Reap province's Angkor region.
50.Raja Dushyanata
In Indian literature, Raja Dushyanta (Sanskrit: ) was a legendary ruler of India. He was Shakuntala's husband and the father of Emperor Bharata. In the Mahabharata and Kalidasa's epic The Recognition of Sakuntala, he appears (c. 300 CE). His title is also transliterated as Dusyanta or Dushyant and means "Destruction Royer of the Evil" in Sanskrit.