What is beauty called in Sanskrit

Who does not like beauty. In one of the names ascribed to God in Sanskrit, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, beauty is the last word. Obviously, there are many contextual meanings and connotations that are used when one refers to this word. So, through this post, we will try to find out what is beauty called in Sanskrit.

We have provided the pronunciation of these Sanskrit words in the IAST format for people who don’t read the Devanagari script. If you have any feedback, questions, or suggestions, please write to us through the comment section.

What is Beauty Called in Sanskrit

EnglishSanskrit Names of BeautyTransliteration
Beautyसौन्दर्य्यंSaundaryyaṁ
BeautyचारुताCārutā
BeautyशोभाŚobhā
Beautyकान्तिःKāntiḥ
BeautyरूपंRūpaṁ
Beautyलावण्यंLāvaṇyaṁ
Beautyरुपलावण्यंRūpalāvaṇyaṁ
Beautyश्रीःŚrīḥ
BeautyआभाĀbhā
Beautyअभिख्याAbhikhyā
Beautyद्युतिःDyutiḥ
BeautyलूविःLūviḥ
Beautyमञ्जिमाMañjimā
BeautyसुषमाSuṣamā

10 thoughts on “What is beauty called in Sanskrit”

  1. I want to have one most appropriate sanskriti name for my medical device helps women for safe delivery ( no touch by medical people)

    1. I don’t think it can be used like that. However, you can use it like this: Luvih–skin products, meaning Luvih is the name, while ‘skin products’ is written underneath it.

  2. Sir, I am hoping to use a term for the marketing design of my food business, though not for the name itself. Could you please translate for me… “Beautiful people eating”. I hope you can help

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