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Popularity of the Baby Name Aryan

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Where Does the Name Tulsi Come From?

tulsiTulsi Gabbard, Congresswoman-elect for Hawaii’s 2nd congressional district, will be the first Hindu-American in U.S. Congress.

Where does her interesting first name come from?

It was inspired by the tulsi plant, which is sacred to Hindus.

Tulsi Gabbard is the fourth of five children, and all five have Hindu names: Bhakti, Jai, Aryan, Tulsi and Vrindavan.

Sources: Hawaii Democrat poised to be elected first Hindu in Congress, Who is Mike Gabbard?


Adolf Hilter Turns 3, Deals with Birthday Cake Drama

Heath and Deborah Campbell of Pennsylvania are upset that a ShopRite supermarket would not sell them a birthday cake with their 3-year-old son’s full name on it.

The name? Adolf Hilter Campbell.

The family did ultimately buy a (satisfactorily decorated) cake from a Wal-Mart, and the birthday party was held two days ago.

Heath said he chose the name Adolf Hitler for his son because he liked it and because “no one else in the world would have that name.”

The couple’s other children are named JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie Campbell.

…Thoughts?

Source: Cake request for 3-year-old Hitler namesake denied

UPDATE, 3/19/15: Here’s a much earlier baby Hitler, Adolf Hitler Mittel, born in NYC in 1943.

A-Names Make the A-List in Bombay

Many Indian celebrities are choosing A-names for their babies, according to Priya Pathiyan’s article Meet the New ‘A’ Listers, published January 17 in The Bombay Times.

Names recently used for Indian celebrity babies include: Amartya, Agastya, Aryan, Aiyana, Aira, Arhaan, Ananyashree, Aryaman, Advaitesha and Arin.

I found it interesting that the author concluded the article with observations by a numerologist, who suggested that the letter A has a “positive vibe.” Hm. (Is the numerological value of a baby name very important to most Indian parents? Anyone know?)