Balaji Name meaning in Urdu is NULL, a Hindu Hindi Girl name with lucky number is -- and Balaji Name meaning in English is Lord Venkatesh.
Balaja is baby girl name mainly popular in Hindu religion and its main origin is Hindi. Balaja name meanings is Jasmine, Beautiful, Born of strength. Balaja is written in Hindi as Balaja. Other similar sounding names can be Balaj, Balajee, Balaji, Balj, Pehlaj.
Balaja is one of the most loved baby girl name, its meaning is jasmine, beautiful, born of strength, is जैस्मीन, सुंदर, ताकत का जन्म हुआ - (jaismeen, sundar, taakat ka janm hua).
Well, Balaja can be written in various beautiful fonts in Hindi as Balaja.
Lucky number is not a belief system but reality. The lucky number associated with the name Balaja is "9".
The people with name Balaja are mostly known as Hindu.
Most of the hindu names are orginated from Hindi origin.
Balaja name has 6 letter and 1 word and it average name but still not very hard to pronounce.
No! Balaja is an average length name.
The syllables for the name Balaja is 6.
The rashi of name Balaja is Vrishabha (b, v, u, w) and Nakshatra is ROHINI (o, ba, bi, bu, vee, va, vi, vu, bee). People with name Balaja are mainly by religion Hindu.
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Balaja has the numerology 9. The meaning of this name is Jasmine, Beautiful, Born of strength. People with numerology number 9 are the people who are thought to be very selfless and very kind towards the people and everyone around them. These are the people who are always thinking of others over themselves and they take care of everyone around them.
These people believe in creative expression and that is one reason why they are thought to be very humanitarian. The gender of this name Balaja is Girl. They always think of what they can do for the humanity.
The religion is hindu. These are the people who are very obligatory of everything and they also only believe in giving and you will definitely never find these people in takers because they are always the givers. They do not wait for others to do things for them so that they can do it in return rather they are first one to make a move.