Hi guys I just joined recently and wanted to ask for your opinions on these two names. Which name do you think would be better for a boy, Inderbir which means lord of bravery or Inderaj which I think means Lord of Kingdoms or Lord of the Kingdom? Which name do you think would be good for a male Sikh in America, which one in your opinion would be easier for people (White, Black, Asians etc) to pronounce and remember? My name is Ianbir Bajwa and I feel like changing "Ianbir" to something else because it's been bothering me all through my life. It doesn't even have a meaning and people including indians find it a bit weird, laughable and always ask me questions about it when I tell them for the first time. My brothers and father have "bir" a the end of their names which is why I feel like having the name Inderbir, "inder" from my mother Jupinder and "bir" from my father Dharmbir. It's cool to have "brave" at the end of our names in the family but I also like the sound of Inderaj and it is a bit uncommon which I like. I got the idea for Inderaj from my grandfather who wanted to name me Kalraj. Anyways I usually go by the name Ian as a nickname but I would like to change my full name to an actual indian name that sounds good but is written and sounds a bit similar to Ian hence the reason why I put "inder" in the beginning of the two names. My family doesn't seem to have a problem with it but I'm just having trouble with which name to go by in my life. What are your thoughts on the two names?