When I saw ‘Names for Bengal Cats’ a subject matter, I was a little sceptical.

I mean, there are so many options one can come up with spontaneously why would one need help?

And it’s a cat- it’s not going to care particularly.

But then reading and thinking about it, my view changed somewhat.

You may want something original and clever that taps into your cat’s appearance, gender, ancestry or even personality.

Additionally, you may want to give it a cat name it can recognise.

This long list then gives you plenty to think about and includes (some) origins and meanings should they be important to you.

If you want to know how/why we named our Bengal cat ‘Hazel’ read the blog post ‘A Bit of Background’.

‘Big Cat’ Names For Bengal Cats

Apparently, the Bengal cat breed was brought into existence to negatively impact the fur trade.

The belief was, if people owned pet cats that looked like those in the wild, there would be a greater reluctance to buy and wear big cat fur.

For more on Bengal fur patterns see ‘Bengal Rosetted Patterns: The Beginner’s Guide‘.

The Bengal resemblance to big cats, albeit on a smaller scale, offers a great potential source of cat names:

  1. Aslan: Turkish Origin. Means ‘Lion’. A major character in The Chronicles of Narnia series
  2. Bagheera: Hindi. Derived from the word ‘Bagh,’which means ‘Tiger’. Confusingly, the name of a Black Panther in The Jungle Book
  3. Caracal: A slim, medium-sized wildcat with long canines, tufted long ears and tan/light brown coloured fur
  4. Cheetah
  5. Dawon: A sacred Tiger, originally from Tibetan tradition
  6. Jaguar
  7. Leo: Latin. Means ‘Lion’
  8. Leopard
  9. Lion/Lioness
  10. Lynx: A medium-sized wildcat known for distinctive tufts of black hair on each ear and large padded paws
  11. Ocelot: Another medium-sized wildcat with an orange/yellow coat and black stripes and spots
  12. Panther
  13. Puma: Also known as ‘Cougar’ or ‘Mountain Lion’
  14. Serval: Slender, medium-sized wildcat with large ears, long legs, light brown/white fur and a spotted/striped coat.
  15. Simba: Swahili. Means ‘Lion’. The main protagonist in the animated Disney film The Lion King
  16. Tiger/Tigress

Names For Bengal Cats Based On Their Colour

Bengal cat breeders have created lines with differing colours and patterns.

The most common of course are brown Bengals, but one can find snow, silver, charcoal and blue- plus mixtures of these, for example ‘Silver Snow’ (see ‘Silver Bengal Cats: The Definitive Guide‘).

Colour is a great basis for choosing cat names, and the ideas below cover flowers, foods and even weather conditions.

Brown Bengals

  1. Aahaana: There a few meanings in Hindi for this female name, two of which are ‘inner light’ and ‘first rise of the sun’
  2. Amber
  3. Aurelia: Latin. Means ‘the golden one’, and was the name of Julius Caesar’s mother
  4. Autumn: The British word for the season ‘Fall’
  5. Blaze
  6. Brownie
  7. Buttercup
  8. Butterscotch
  9. Clementine
  10. Cressida: Greek. Means ‘gold’
  11. Flynn: Irish. Means ‘son of the red-haired one’
  12. Fox: Think of a red fox…
  13. Ginger
  14. Honey
  15. Kamala: Derived from the Sanskrit and means ‘lotus’ or ‘pale red’
  16. Marigold
  17. Orangey
  18. Peaches
  19. Pumpkin
  20. Rufus: Latin. Means ‘redhead’
  21. Rusty
  22. Scarlett
  23. Sunny
  24. Sunset
  25. Tiger
  26. Tiger Lily

Snow Bengals

  1. Alaska
  2. Boreas: Greek. God of the north wind
  3. Blizzard
  4. Chilly
  5. Finn: Seems to be of Irish/Gaelic origin meaning ‘white or fair’
  6. Fiona: Gaelic, also meaning ‘white or fair’
  7. Ghost
  8. Himesh: Hindi, a male name that means ‘king of the snow’
  9. Ivory
  10. Marble
  11. Pearl

Silver Bengals

  1. Ash
  2. Dusty
  3. Foggy
  4. Grey
  5. Marble
  6. Misty
  7. Nickels
  8. Pebble
  9. Slate
  10. Smokey/Smoky
  11. Smudge
  12. Sterling
  13. Twilight

Charcoal Bengals

  1. Inky
  2. Midnight
  3. Nisha: In Sanskrit, this female name means ‘night’
  4. Onyx: A typically black gemstone
  5. Pepper
  6. Raven
  7. Shade
  8. Shadow
  9. Yamini: Although Arabic in origin, in Hindi this is a female name which means ‘night’ or ‘nocturnal’
  10. Zorro: Because of the mask…

Blue Bengals

  1. Blue/Bluey
  2. Bluebell
  3. Neptune

Bengal Cat Names Based On Fur Patterns

As well as their background fur colour, Bengal breed fur patterns, which tend to develop more clearly as a Bengal kitten ages, may inspire a name.

This limited list would cover a female and male Bengal cat, but I’m sure you can add a few ideas of your own. 

  1. Marble
  2. Speckles
  3. Spot
  4. Rosey/Rosette

Names For Bengal Cats Based On Plants And Flowers

Plants and flowers are ideal owning to their colour, although they are typically associated with female Bengal cat names.

Dahlia. Photo by Timo C. Dinger
  1. Amaryllis: Bulbous plant with showy trumpet-shaped flowers of varying colour
  2. Ash
  3. Ayla: The Hebrew origin of this name means ‘oak tree’
  4. Blossom
  5. Bluebell
  6. Buttercup
  7. Clover
  8. Dahlia: A flower in the daisy family native to Mexico and Central America (pictured)
  9. Daisy
  10. Fleur: French. Means ‘Flower’
  11. Hazel
  12. Holly
  13. Iris
  14. Ivy
  15. Jasmine
  16. Marigold: Bright orange, red and yellow flowering plant in the sunflower family
  17. Olive
  18. Poppy
  19. Primrose: Found in European woodland and hedgerows, with pale yellow flowers
  20. Sweet Pea: Flowering plant native to Italy, Sicily and the Aegean Islands
  21. Tiger Lily: An orange Asian flower with black and purple spots
  22. Willow

Gemstone and Precious Metal Themes Names For Bengal Cats

These again are primarily linked to colour and aimed more at female Bengal cats.

  1. Amber: Fossilised tree resin considered an ancient gemstone
  2. Marble
  3. Opal: A crystallised form of silica, colourless when pure but can display a wide range of colours
  4. Pearl
  5. Ruby
  6. Sapphire/Saphy
  7. Sterling: As in ‘sterling silver’
  8. Topaz: Another colourless gemstone when pure, but impurities create blues, browns, yellows and oranges

Bengal Names Based On Myth And Legend

Gods, Goddesses, Kings, Queens and Mythical Beasts. These names have been used in a whole manner of ways from having NASA space missions named after them to featuring in signage for public houses.

The realm of myth and legend offers both common and perhaps lesser known names you can use for your Bengal cat or kitten.

  1. Achilles
  2. Anubis: Egyptian. The original God of the dead
  3. Aphrodite
  4. Apollo
  5. Ares: Greek. God of courage and war
  6. Artemis: Greek. Goddess of the hunt, wilderness, wild animals, the moon and chastity
  7. Asteria: Greek. Goddess of ‘nocturnal oracles’ and shooting stars
  8. Athena
  9. Atlas
  10. Bacchus: Roman. The God of agriculture and wine
  11. Boreas: Greek. God of the north wind
  12. Calypso: Greek. The name of a nymph featured in Homer’s The Odyssey, whose name means ‘she who hides’
  13. Electra: Greek.The daughter of King Agamemnon and Queen Clytemnestra of Mycenae in Greek mythology
  14. Eris: Greek. Goddess of strife and discord
  15. Eros: Greek. The God of love and sex
  16. Freya: Norse. Goddess associated with love, fertility, beauty and fine material possessions
  17. Griffin: A mythical creature with the body of a lion and head and wings of an eagle (below)
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  1. Guinevere: The wife and queen of King Arthur
  2. Hades: Greek. God of the Greek Underworld
  3. Hercules
  4. Iris: Greek. The messenger of love
  5. Juno: Roman. Goddess and ‘protector and counsellor of the state’
  6. Loki: Norse. The ‘trickster’ God
  7. Merlin: In Arthurian legend,the wizard of King Arthur
  8. Minerva: Roman: Goddess of wisdom, medicine, commerce, handicrafts, poetry, the arts and war
  9. Morpheus: Greek. The God of sleep and dreams
  10. Neptune: Roman. God of the sea
  11. Odysseus: Greek. King of Ithaca and hero of Homer’s poem ‘The Odyssey
  12. Orpheus: Greek. A mythical musician, poet and prophet
  13. Orion
  14. Osiris: Egyptian. God of fertility, agriculture, the afterlife, the dead, resurrection, life, and vegetation
  15. Pandora: Greek. The name of the first woman in Greek mythology
  16. Persephone: Greek. Became queen of the underworld
  17. Phoebe: Greek. Not just a character from Friends, but a Goddess with the gift of prophecy
  18. Phoenix
  19. Pluto: Greek. God of the underworld, replacing the name Hades
  20. Ra: Egyptian. God of the sun
  21. Rhea: Greek. Goddess and mother of Zeus. Associated with female fertility, motherhood, comfort and ease
  22. Sphinx: Egyptian and Greek. Mythical creature typically depicted as having the body of a lion and head of a human
  23. Thor
  24. Venus: Roman. Goddess love, beauty, prosperity, fertility, and victory
  25. Zephyrus: Greek. God of the west wind
  26. Zeus

This list is probably endless, but below is a selection I found and brought together plus a few I thought of (or rather borrowed) myself, that I thought would make good cat names.

  1. Aladdin
  2. Aragorn: A ‘Ranger of the North’ and one of the main protagonists in The Lord of The Rings
  3. Ariel: A mermaid and the main character in the film The Little Mermaid
  4. Arya: The youngest daughter of the Stark family in A Song of Ice and Fire/A Game of Thrones
  5. Aslan
  6. Bagheera
  7. Cersei: A character and queen from A Song of Ice and Fire/A Game of Thrones
  8. Cheetara: A female Thundercat, known for speed (which you’d expect from a cheetah)
  9. Drogon: One of Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons in A Song of Ice and Fire books and TV series A Game of Thrones
  10. Garfield
  11. Gizmo: The name given to the creature known as a ‘Mogwai’ in the Gremlin films. The furry cute one
  12. Hamlet: The name of the Prince of Denmark taken from the William Shakespeare play of the same name
  13. Homer: Not just the dad in The Simpsons but also an ancient Greek author/poet
  14. Jasmine: A Princess from the animated film Aladdin
  15. Juliet
  16. Khaleesi: The title given to the wife of a Dothraki warlord inA Song of Ice and Fire/A Game of Thrones
  17. Lannister: House Lannister is one of the richest and most powerful families in A Song of Ice and Fire/ A Game of Thrones
  18. Legolas: The name of a wood elf played by Orlando Bloom from the book and film series The Lord of The Rings
  19. Leia: A princess and agent of the Rebel Alliance in the Star Wars series
Photo by Elias Lobos
  1. Lion-O: Leader and ‘Lord of the Thundercats’ in the animated series of the same name
  2. Maverick: The call sign of the main protagonist in the film Top Gun, played by Tom Cruise
  3. Maximus: A Roman general come gladiator played by Russell Crowe in the film Gladiator
  4. Milo: The name of the cat in the film Milo and Otis, and a character from the children’s show Tweenies
  5. Morpheus: A character from The Matrix film franchise portrayed by Laurence Fishburn
  6. Mowgli: A boy’s name made up by Rudyard Kipling for the main protagonist in the Jungle Book
  7. Mufasa: One of the main characters in the film The Lion King. Still a lion…
  8. Nala:  A lioness in the film The Lion King
  9. Nemo: A submarine captain in the book Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Seas: A World Tour Underwater and a clownfish from the animated film Finding Nemo
  10. Newt: The name of a young girl survivor from the film Aliens
  11. Olaf: An animated snowman from the Disney film Frozen
  12. Ophelia: A Danish noblewoman from Shakespeare’s Hamlet
  13. Othello: A Moorish general in the Venetian army from Shakespeare’s Othello
  14. Panthro: Purple skinned warrior-mechanic from the series Thundercats
  15. Portia: The heroine in the Shakespeare play The Merchant of Venice
  16. Quasimodo: The name of the hunchback from the novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
  17. Rajah: The name of a tiger in the film Aladdin
  18. Ripley: The main protagonist form the Alien film series played by Sigourney Weaver
  19. Rocky
  20. Romeo
  21. Sansa: The eldest daughter of house Stark in A Song of Ice and Fire/A Game of Thrones
  22. Scar: An evil lion in the film The Lion King
  23. Simba: The main protagonist and another lion from the film The Lion King
  24. Shere Kahn: A tiger and the main antagonist from Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book
  25. Steve French: The name of the mountain lion from the Canadian comedy Trailer Park Boys
  26. Tarzan
  27. Tigger: A boisterous tiger that features in the Winnie-the-Pooh books
  28. Tygra: Another Thundercat- this time an anthropomorphic tiger
  29. WilyKit and WilyKat: Female and male ‘Thunderkittens’- great if you have two Bengals
  30. Zelda: A princess from the video game series The Legend of Zelda

Historically Themed Names For Bengal Cats

Another great source of kitten names that could easily extend beyond the dozen or so that are listed.

Those that do feature you may find quite apt, particularly for a male Bengal.

  1. Caesar
  2. Churchill
  3. Cicero: A Roman statesman, lawyer, scholar and philosopher who lived around the time of Julius Caesar
  4. Cleo/Cleopatra:
  5. Dante: An Italian writer, poet and philosopher
  6. Napolean
Napolean Crossing The Alps by Jacques Louis David
  1. Nero: The fifth Emperor of Rome
  2. Rasputin: Grigori Rasputin, the ‘mad monk’ was advisor to Tsar Nicholas II, the last Tzar of Russia. Very hard to kill…
  3. Shakespeare
  4. Sheba: A kingdom ruled by a famous queen in biblical times
  5. Virgil: A famous Roman poet

Hindi and Indian Names For Bengal Cats

The Asian leopard cat, from which the Bengal breed was derived, was first identified in the Bengal region of India/Bangladesh in the 18th century (although many more have been discovered since across Asia).

With this in mind, the below list consists of names with Indian origin. 

  1. Aadhaven: A boy’s name derived from Hindi which means ‘brilliant like the sun’
  2. Aadhira: Is apparently a popular boy’s name among Indian Hindu communities and means ‘moon’
  3. Aadhirai: A female name derived from Hindi which means ‘a special star’
  4. Aagney: This male name means ‘Karna the great warrior, one who is born from fire’
  5. Aahaana: There a few meanings in Hindi for this female name, two of which are ‘inner light’ and first rise of the sun’
  6. Bagheera
  7. Cherika: Female Hindi name for ‘moon’
  8. Esha: A girl’s name meaning ‘life, alive, way of life’
  9. Hemang: A Hindi male name meaning ‘one with shining body’
  10. Himesh: A male name that means ‘king of the snow’
  11. Iyla: Usually given to females, this name is of Indian origin for ‘moonlight’
  12. Kamala: Derived from Sanskrit and means ‘lotus’ or ‘pale red’
  13. Kashika: For a girl as ‘The one who shines’
  14. Menaha: A female name meaning ‘celestial damsel/young woman’
  15. Nisha: In Sanskrit, this female name means ‘night’
  16. Rishima: Another cosmic orientated name for girls, this time meaning ‘light of the moon’
  17. Yamini: Although Arabic in origin, in Hindi this is a female name which means ‘night’ or ‘nocturnal’
  18. Zaara: Depending on the source, this girl’s name means either ‘a flower that shines with brilliance and light’ or ‘brave’

Names Based On Gender

These have been spilt into names typically associated with a specific gender or those that can be used for any kitten.

Some- like Neptune, would be typically associated with a male Bengal kitten as it’s derived from a male Roman God, but would also work well for a female.

I have not been consistent with this, and placed names where I see fit.

Or course any name can potentially work if you so choose it (and your cat’s not really going to care), so use these lists ‘loosely.’

Male Names For Bengal Cats

  1. Aadhaven
  2. Aadhira
  3. Aagney
  4. Achilles
  5. Aladdin
  6. Alastair
  7. Alex
  8. Alvin
  9. Anubis
  10. Apollo
  11. Aragorn
  12. Archie
  13. Ares
  14. Arthur
  15. Arthur
  16. Aslan
  17. Atlas
  18. Axel
  19. Bacchus
  20. Bagheera
  21. Baldwin
  22. Bear
  23. Ben
  24. Bengie
  25. Bentley
  26. Billy
  27. Bob
  28. Boreas
  29. Buddy
  30. Caesar
  31. Calvin
  32. Captain
  33. Charlie
  34. Churchill
  35. Cicero
  36. Clyde
  37. Cooper
  38. Dante
  39. Dexter
  40. Domingo
  41. Drogon
  42. Edward
  43. Eros
  44. Felix
  45. Finn
  46. Flynn
  47. Frank
  48. Fraser
  49. Garfield
  50. Godwin
  51. Gus
  52. Hades
  53. Hamilton
  1. Hamlet
  2. Harley
  3. Harry
  4. Harvey
  5. Hemang
  6. Henry
  7. Hercules
  8. Himesh
  9. Homer
  10. Hugo
  11. Hunter
  12. Jack
  13. Jackson
  14. Jasper
  15. Jax
  16. Joey
  17. Legolas
  18. Leo
  19. Lion
  20. Lion-O
  21. Loki
  22. Lorenzo
  23. Louis/Louie
  24. Mac/Mack
  25. Marley
  26. Maverick
  27. Max
  28. Maximus
  29. Merlin
  30. Miles
  31. Milo
  32. Morpheus
  33. Mortimer
  34. Mowgli
  35. Mufasa
  36. Murphy
  37. Napolean
  38. Nemo
  39. Neptune
  40. Nero
  41. Noah
  42. Norm
  43. Odysseus
  44. Olaf
  45. Oliver/Ollie
  46. Orion
  47. Orpheus
  48. Oscar
  49. Osiris
  50. Othello
  51. Otto
  52. Panthro
  1. Pascal
  2. Peter
  3. Philippe
  4. Pluto
  5. Quasimodo
  6. Ra
  7. Rajah
  8. Ramsey
  9. Rasputin
  10. Reggie
  11. Reginald
  12. Rex
  13. Rocco
  14. Rocky
  15. Romeo
  16. Rufus
  17. Santiago
  18. Scar
  19. Scooter
  20. Sebastian
  21. Shakespeare
  22. Shere Khan
  23. Simba
  24. Simon
  25. Soren
  26. Steve French
  27. Sven
  28. Sylvester
  29. Tarzan
  30. Taurus
  31. Teddy
  32. Thor
  33. Tiger
  34. Tobias
  35. Toby
  36. Tucker
  37. Virgil
  38. Wallace
  39. Wally
  40. Will
  41. WilyKat
  42. Xander
  43. Zane
  44. Zephyrus
  45. Zeus
  46. Zorro

Female Names For Bengal Cats

  1. Aadhirai
  2. Aahaana
  3. Abby
  4. Ace
  5. Ada
  6. Alaska
  7. Alexa
  8. Amaryllis
  9. Amber
  10. Anastasia
  11. Annabelle
  12. Annika
  13. Aphrodite
  14. Arabella
  15. Aria
  16. Ariadne
  17. Ariel
  18. Artemis
  19. Arya
  20. Asteria
  21. Athena
  22. Aurelia
  23. Aurora
  24. Ayla
  25. Beatrix
  26. Bella
  27. Bellatrix
  28. Belle
  29. Bernadette
  30. Beth
  31. Bijou
  32. Blossom
  33. Bluebell
  34. Bonnie
  35. Buttercup
  36. Catherine
  37. Catriona
  38. Celeste
  39. Cersei
  40. Chanel
  41. Charlotte
  42. Cheetara
  43. Cherika
  44. Chloe
  45. Clementine
  46. Cleo/Cleopatra
  47. Clover
  48. Cordelia
  49. Cressida
  50. Dahlia
  51. Daisy
  52. Daphne
  53. Delilah
  54. Diana
  55. Domenica
  56. Dottie
  57. Duchess
  58. Electra
  1. Eloise
  2. Emma
  3. Emmaline
  4. Empress
  5. Eris
  6. Esha
  7. Fiona
  8. Fleur
  9. Freya
  10. Guinevere
  11. Heidi
  12. Hermione
  13. Holly
  14. Iris
  15. Ivy
  16. Iyla
  17. Jasmine
  18. Josephine/Josie
  19. Juliet
  20. Juno
  21. Kamala
  22. Kashika
  23. Khaleesi
  24. Kiki- check
  25. Kitty
  26. Leia
  27. Lileth
  28. Lioness
  29. Lola
  30. Lucinda
  31. Lucy
  32. Lulu
  33. Luna
  34. Maggie
  35. Maisie
  36. Marigold
  37. Matilda
  38. Maya
  39. Menaha
  40. Mia
  41. Millie
  42. Minerva
  43. Minnie
  44. Misty
  45. Molly
  46. Nala
  47. Niagara
  48. Nisha
  49. Nova
  50. Octavia
  51. Olive
  52. Olivia
  53. Ophelia
  54. Pandora
  55. Peaches
  56. Pearl
  57. Penelope
  58. Penny
  59. Persephone
  60. Phoebe
  1. Pip
  2. Pippa
  3. Pixie
  4. Poppy
  5. Portia
  6. Primrose
  7. Princess
  8. Ramona
  9. Rhea
  10. Rishima
  11. Rosey/Rosette
  12. Rosie
  13. Roxy
  14. Ruby
  15. Sabine
  16. Sabrina
  17. Sadie
  18. Sansa
  19. Sapphire/Saphy
  20. Sasha
  21. Savannah
  22. Scarlett
  23. Seraphina
  24. Serena
  25. Sheba
  26. Sierra
  27. Sophie
  28. Stella
  29. Sunny
  30. Tallulah
  31. Tiger Lily
  32. Tigress
  33. Tina
  34. Titania
  35. Tori
  36. Ursula
  37. Venus
  38. Willow
  39. WilyKit
  40. Winni
  41. Yamini
  42. Zaara
  43. Zelda
  44. Zeta
  45. Zoe
  46. Zora

Gender Neutral Names For Bengal Cats

  1. Ash
  2. Autumn
  3. Bailey
  4. Binx
  5. Biscuit
  6. Blaze
  7. Blizzard
  8. Blue/Bluey
  9. Bongo
  10. Boo
  11. Boots
  12. Brownie
  13. Bubbles
  14. Butterscotch
  15. Calypso
  16. Caracal
  17. Cheetah
  18. Chilly
  19. Coco
  20. Cosmo
  21. Dawon
  22. Disco
  23. Dusty
  24. Fluffy
  25. Foggy
  26. Fox
  27. Frankie
  28. Ghost
  29. Ginger
  30. Gizmo
  31. Grey
  32. Griffin
  33. Harper
  34. Hazel
  35. Honey
  36. Inky
  37. Ivory
  38. Jaguar
  39. Jinx
  40. Kit Kat
  41. Lannister
  42. Leopard
  43. Loco
  44. Lucky
  45. Lynx
  46. Marble
  47. Midnight
  48. Mittens
  49. Newt
  50. Nickels
  51. Ocelot
  52. Onyx
  53. Opal
  1. Orangey
  2. Oreo
  3. Panther
  4. Paws
  5. Peanut
  6. Pebble
  7. Peewee
  8. Pepper
  9. Phoenix
  10. Pickles
  11. Piper
  12. Puma
  13. Pumpkin
  14. Ranger
  15. Raven
  16. Riley
  17. Rio
  18. Ripley
  19. Rusty
  20. Saber
  21. Salem
  22. Sam
  23. Scar
  24. Scooter
  25. Scout
  26. Serval
  27. Shade
  28. Shadow
  29. Slate
  30. Smokey or Smoky
  31. Smudge
  32. Speckles
  33. Sphinx
  34. Spot
  35. Sterling
  36. Sunset
  37. Sushi
  38. Sweet Pea
  39. Tigger
  40. Tinsel
  41. Topaz
  42. Twilight
  43. Tygra
  44. Zeta
  45. Ziggy

Summary

Within the domesticated cat world, the Bengal cat stands out.

Which is why you may be seeking the perfect cat name to match.

This list of 384 (or so), covering a myriad of themes should offer some inspiration, and I’ll more than likely add to it in future, although I’m sure you can appreciate, writing a list of cat names gets a bit tedious.

Or perhaps like me, you’ll just want to think of a suitable Bengal kitten/cat name yourself, for your own reasons.

So, what will you name your Bengal?

Resources

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Featured image by by Nika Benedictova