Suggest a Girl and Boy Name for my story

Deepika
Deepika
from Bangalore
9 years ago

Hi All,

Please suggest a Girl and Boy name for my story.The name has to be unique, Stylish and Modern

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google may help

if you are thinking for harper collins get piblished story, my story has Arnav and Anjali in it. you may not be wanting names to collide so mentioned it. though i just wrote casually as names came to mind. no research on it

 

Easwar Arumugam
Easwar Arumugam
from Chennai
9 years ago

'tory content is more important than the names of  the protaganists', says one of the famous Tamil writers.

Animesh
from Mumbai
9 years ago

Easwar jee, I remember reading somewhere (don't remember the source) that names are equally important. One should pick up a name very carefully. For example, if a beautiful princess is named Harpreet, it does not give that feel. On the other hand, if the same princess is named as Saumya, it actually gives the reader the feel of the character.

what's in a name, " I see charm of name and story is important but names too ought to be well chosen.

Pratik Thorat
Pratik Thorat
from Kalyan
9 years ago

you can try evergreen "RAJ" and "ANJALI" they work always

Deepika
Deepika
from Bangalore
9 years ago

I havenot got a catchy one yet 

Deepika
Deepika
from Bangalore
9 years ago

Hi Prakit,

I am looking for modern, new names. 

Pratik Thorat
from Kalyan
9 years ago

Hey Deepika it's Pratik.

And can you give some description about the characters so we can a little bit.

Also how about Swayam or Soham

Stephen
Stephen
from Raleigh
9 years ago

 Phunsung Bangdu - boy name . This is trendy,stylish and modern

Animesh
from Mumbai
9 years ago

Sealed

Stephen
Stephen
from Raleigh
9 years ago

The characters name does not define your story. I prefer any random name that comes to my mind. But not all think alike. Whats in a name?

TF Carthick
TF Carthick
from Bangalore
9 years ago

Modern names? Like Munni, Sheela, Razia, Chikni Chameli, Jalebi Bhai etc.?

TF Carthick
TF Carthick
from Bangalore
9 years ago

By the way I remember a Lous L'Armor book with a character who was called the man without a name,


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