JAIN FEMALE NAMES 

The names in bold type are followed by its meaning and/or the person who beared this name and  then derivatives. Meanings of some names will be given soon. dr = derivative, fg = feminine gender

Names for Females:

Arati : The ceremony of moving a lighted lamp circularly round an idol.
Indrani : Wife of Lord Indra.
Bramhi : Daughter of Rishabhdev. dr-Bramhila.
Bhakti : Devotion.
Bharati : fg of Bharat.
Bhavana : Emotion.
Chakreshwari : Yakshini of Rishabhdev.
Chandana : Disciple of Bhagwan Mahavir. dr-Chandanbala.
Champa : dr. of Champapuri, dr-Champa Kumari.
Chelana : Wife of King Shrenik.
Chetana : Sensation, consciousness.
Darshana : fg of Darshan.
Daya : Mercy, Kindness.
Devi : Goddess.
Divya : Devine.
Divyaprabha : Devine lustre.
Dhavla:
Gatha : verse to be sung, praise.
Harsha : pleasure.
Jina : fg of Jin.
Jwalamalini : a Jain yakshini, dr-Jwala : flame.
Kalika : a Jain yakshini.
Kshama : forgiveness
Kushmandini : a Jain yakshini.
Mainasundari : dr- Maina .
Mallika : Malli : fg of Mallinath.
Mangala : fg of Mangal.
Marudevi: mother of Rishbhdev, dr-Maru.
Mrugavati : dr-Mruga.
Mukti : Nirvan.
Nirmala : pure,clean..
Padmavati : yakshini of Bhagwan Parshwnath.  dr : Padma : Padmaja : Padmini.
Pava : dr.of Pawapuri, the place where Bhagwan Mahavir attained Nirvana
Pooja/Puja : worship.
Prabha : lustre. dr:Prabhavati :Suprabha.
Pradnya/Pragya:intelligence
Pratishta : status, establishment
Pratima : idol,image.
Rajmati : fiancee of Bhagwan Neminath dr: Rajal : Rajalmati : Rajimati : Rajul : Rajulmati.
Sadhana :
Samata :
Samhita :
Sanmati :a name of Lord Mahavir
Saraswati : Godess of Knowledge.
Siddhi : art/ability of success.
Suman : flower, one who has a good mind.
Sumangala : wife of Rishabhdev.
Sumati : one who has a good mind.
Suprabha : dr of Prabha.
Sundari : daughter of Rishabhdev.
Shanti : peace.
Shantala : a Jain queen of medieval Karnatak India.

Shraddha : faith.
Tapasya : being austere.
Trishala : mother of Bhagwan  Mahavir.
Vandana : obeisance.
Vidya : knowledge.
Vinaya : dr of Vinay.
Vaishali : the birthplace of Bhagwan Mahavir