The ethnonym belongs in the endonymic category i. The word "Desi" comes from the Sanskrit word "Desh" meaning "country". The word "Desi" is used to refer to something "from the country" and with time its usage shifted more towards referring to people, cultures, and products of a specific region; for example, desi food, desi calendars, and desi dress. After the passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act of , the United States dramatically increased immigration from the subcontinent.
Baby birth is most delightful feeling for the parents. Much before the birth of baby, parents start thinking of baby names. They look for girl baby names and boy baby names to be ready before the baby birth. Baby names are generally community, caste or country specific. For example, Indian Baby names are going to be different than American baby names.
Parents have different approaches when it comes to baby names. Some like to name their children after their favorite pop culture icons or historical and fictional characters. Others look back to their ancestors for baby name inspiration. But Indians, especially Hindus, prefer Hindi when it comes to naming their children. Hindi, the official language of India, has a huge vocabulary, with an immense power of expression.