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Vihaan’s zoo trip September 11, 2006

Posted by Laxmi Goutham Vulpala in Life in general.
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Finally took Vihaan to cincinnati zoo this sunday. He had a lot of fun, after we came back when I asked him about the trip, he repeated all names  almost all the animals he saw, I think he will remember it for a long time.

 Next week I will take him to the museum center  . Heard a ton of positive reviews about the chidrens area there. If he likes it I might take yearly membership

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1. sharath raj - May 30, 2007

hi there! your son is immensely cute.pl tell me,how did you find his name ?whats the meaning? are there any references of his name in mythology or history?any interesting people who had the same name?

2. goutham - May 30, 2007

I wanted his name to start with a ‘V’ after my father’s name, I started looking for boy names with a ‘V’ and liked Vihaan.

Vihaan is a Sanskrit word which means ‘early morning light’ also used for terms like morning/new beginning/dawn.

3. sharath raj - June 1, 2007

Sir,
thx for the quick reply.
do you know of any associations of this name with any prominent references in history or mythology and any personalities with this name.
i want this info because i named my son as VIHAAN and am making a chart for him which i wish to diaplay in his 1st party at leela in bangalore.
this name appears to be very rare n hence i require ur help.

4. goutham - June 2, 2007

Sorry,
I am not ware of any mythological refrences or personalities with this name

5. VINEET - October 30, 2007

HI , I M VINEET FROM AMRITSAR .I WANT TO KEEP VIHAAN FOR MY SON NAME PLS GUIDE ME THT IT IS CORRECT NAME

6. vikram singh - January 23, 2008

hi!
this is Vikram from Indore. my son is now 2yrs old. i named him Vihaan.
basically vihaan originates from Bhojpuri, and in bhojpuri there is no word like “V”, even my name is pronounced as Bikram. so originally it is bihaan, now it is being used in hindi as Vihaan

regards

7. Shilov - February 4, 2008

HI.
Its a rare name – thanks Vikram for the origin. I had also named my 2 yr old son Vihaan, since I liked the meaning of the word. But could not verify if this was a Hindi word, since no one could confirm the same.

8. gowri Yegnanaryan - December 15, 2008

my grandson is named vihaan. He was born on 10th December 2008 in Vienna,Virginia. I think it is a great name for it conveys a lot-a new era,a new begining early dawn etc. etc..

9. Pooja - September 17, 2009

ok thanks !!finally i know the origin of vihaan … am plaaning to name my son the same!!!

10. Chikoo - July 14, 2010

Hi Goutham,

I liked the name Vihaan, a lot…I want to give this name to my new born son here in USA. Did you get any comments on this name? Do the kids in school confuse this name with Viaan, Vivian?

Himanshu Narang - November 11, 2011

Hey Gautham, just read your post buddy! I named my son Vihaan last month itself when he turned two weeks old on Diwali. Since its still very rare, whoever hears it the first time likes it. The most positive point is that it has a very thoughtful meaning – beginning of a new era or dawn – light has begun to spread. I couldnt have thought of a better name for my son! Just wanted to share my thoughts

Cheers!!

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