rename() method is used to rename a file or directory in Python3. The rename() method is a part of the os module.
The first argument is src which is source address of file to be renamed and second argument dstwhich is the destination with the new name.
Let's take any directory which has one image folder. Here we have this image folder.
import os # Function to rename multiple files def main(): i = 0 path="C:/Users/TP/Desktop/sample/Travel/west bengal/bishnupur/" for filename in os.listdir(path): my_dest ="soul" + str(i) + ".jpg" my_source =path + filename my_dest =path + my_dest # rename() function will # rename all the files os.rename(my_source, my_dest) i += 1 # Driver Code if __name__ == '__main__': # Calling main() function main()