Research Paper | Social Science | India | Volume 8 Issue 9, September 2019
Recognizing Pattern in Assigning Name to Child
Pramod Kumar Mishra
Abstract: Each of us is recognized by a particular name. This name is suitably chosen either by our parents, or the relatives, or the teacher or the saints/spiritual person. Thus, the name of a person bears some connections regarding the trends followed by any community or the religion at the time/year of birth of that person. Therefore, name of the Hindus is written using English alphabets to understand this trend; and it is found that some of the alphabets are missing or they have almost negligible representation in the nomenclature of the Hindu child; and therefore, these missing alphabets bear signature of the child's religion or the community. Therefore, we have considered three different sets of classes or the groups of the Hindus to study the contributions of different alphabets as the first letter in the nomenclature of the Hindus. Our study reveals that there are alphabets E, F, Q, W, X and Z which have negligible appearance as the first alphabet in the name of the Hindus. However, such names are often chosen for child of Hindu which begins with any of the alphabets A, D, M, N, P, R and S.
Keywords: First alphabet of name, representation of first alphabets, Signature of religion or community, name, hindu, parents, religion
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 9, September 2019,
Pages: 1830 - 1834
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