21 Baby Name Ideas You’re Guaranteed Not To Have Thought Of
Naming children, especially girls, after flowers and herbs has long been a trend, and itâ€™s recently expanded far beyond hippie circles. But if youâ€™re looking to avoid the more common Saffron, Rosemary, or Rue, consider naming your little one Shatavari. As a plant, Shatavari is an important herb in Ayurvedic practice used to support a womanâ€™s reproductive system. As a name, Shatavari is of Indian or Hindu origin, and often given the meaning â€œeternal.â€ This lovely name is sure to garner attention. While itâ€™s a beautiful way to honor Indian ancestry, it also wouldnâ€™t be out of place in any modern family, no matter where your cultural roots lie.