60 Samvatsara Names & what they signify

Samvatsara is a Sanskrit term for "year". In Hindu tradition, there are 60 Samvatsaras, each of which has a name. Once all 60 samvatsaras are over, the cycle starts over again. On occasion, one will be skipped, as the count is based on the zodiac position of Jupiter, whose period around the sun is slightly less than 12 years (the full cycle of 60 covers five Jovian years).

The sixty Samvatsaras are divided into 3 groups of 20 Samvatsaras each. The first 20 from Prabhava to Vyaya are attributed to Brahma. The next 20 from Sarvajit to Parabhava to Vishnu and the last 20 to Shiva. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samvatsara)

The names of 60 Samvatsara

1. Prabhava 11. Eshwar 21. Sarvajit 31. Hemalambi 41. Plavanga 51. Pingala
2. Vibhava 12. Bahudhanya 22. Sarvadhari 32. Vilambi 42. Keelaka 52. Kalayukta
3. Shukla 13. Pramathi 23. Virodhi 33. Vikari 43. Soumya 53. Sidhdharthi
4. Pramoda 14. Vikrama 24. Vikruti 34. Sharvaree 44. Sadharana 54. Roudri
5. Prajapathi 15. Vrusha 25. Khara 35. Plava 45. Virodhakrut 55. Durmati
6. Angeerasa 16. Chitrabhanu 26. Nandana 36. Shubhakrut 46. Paribhavi 56. Dundubhi
7. Shreemukha 17. Subhanu 27. Vijaya 37. Shobhana 47. Pramadi 57. Rudhirodgari
8. Bhava 18. Tarana 28. Jaya 38. Krodhi 48. Aananda 58. Raktakshi
9. Yuva 19. Parthiva 29. Manmatha 39. Vishwavasu 49. Rakshasa 59. Krodhana
10. Dhatru 20. Vyaya 30. Durmukha 40. Parabhava 50. Nala 60. Kshaya