Vedavid: Here's What yami gautam And Aditya Dhar's Baby's Name Means

Vedavid meaning: Actress yami gautam and her husband and director Aditya Dhar have become parents to a baby boy – Vedavid. Here’s what the name means. 

Vedavid meaning

Actress yami gautam and her husband and director Aditya Dhar have become parents to a baby boy. The couple took to instagram on monday and announced the arrival of their baby boy – Vedavid. Their son was born Akshaya Tritiya, May 10, 2024. Their choice of name has caught everyone’s attention, as Vedavid is a unique and unusual name. Here’s what the name means. 

What does Vedavid mean?

Vedavid means "one who knows the Vedas.It is also a name associated with Lord Vishnu, Lord shiva, and Lord Ram. Though the origin of the name is not known if we break down the name it signifies the following: "Vedais a sanskrit word meaning knowledge or sacred scripture in Hinduism, and "Vidmeans one who knows something. The pronunciation of Vedavid is 'Vedvid', without an 'aasound after the first 'd'

Yami and Aditya's announcement

In the post announcing the arrival of their baby boy, the couple wrote, “We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the exceptionally dedicated and wonderful medical professionals at surya Hospital, especially Dr. Bhupender Awasthi and Dr. Ranjana Dhanu, whose expertise and tireless efforts made this joyous occasion possible.

"As we embark on this beautiful journey of parenthood, we eagerly anticipate the bright future that awaits our son. With every milestone he achieves, we are filled with the hope and belief that he will grow to become a beacon of pride for our entire family as well as our beloved nation. 🇮🇳,they added. 

They also shared a picture which shows shiva holding a child. 

The text on the picture read, "We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our beloved son, David, who graced us with his birth on the auspicious day of Akshay Tritya. Please shower him with all your kind blessings and love. 

Yami and Aditya got married in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh in the presence of 20 guests during the COVID-19 pandemic

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