anahotaa example and sentences

हिंदी मे अर्थ Meaning in english उदाहरण
Transliterated examples :
1. ) FIESCHI GIUSEPPE (1790-1836) Born in Murato (Corse) of a miserable family, Giuseppe Fieschi is committed to sixteen years in the army of Murat, where he won the sergeant's stripes 2. ) grace works in the biggest criminals and identify the most miserable sinners 3. Often beaten by his bosses almost always hungry and poorly dressed, he learned to miserable of Russian life as few writers have had the opportunity to see her 4. 2 He was careful not to show a seat, knowing from experience that standing before him, arms dangling, the awkwardness of the poor priest doubled his natural timidity, kept his best thank you 5. 34 Faith is the consolation of the poor and terror happy

Given are the examples of hindi word anahotaa usage in english sentences. The examples of anahotaa are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., indigent, miserable, pauper, poorly off, wretched, the poor, badly off, penurious, needy, have nots, impecunious, superhuman, extra terrestrial, the supernatural, uncanny, unworldly, unearthly.

It seemed almost as if the poor man wanted to give us all he knew before going away, and to put it all into our heads at one stroke.


From these we will not be able to understand how history was experienced and lived by the tribals and the peasants, the workers in the mines or the poor on the streets.
In the beginning the coverage of PDS was universal with no discrimination between the poor and non-poor.
From June 1997, in a renewed attempt, Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS) was introducted to adpot the principle of targeting the poor in all areas .
As a result the poor have to depend on markets rather than the ration shops for their food needs.
In Madhya Pradesh only 5% of wheat and rice consumption of the poor are met through the ration shops.
Nor did the textile manufacturers in Britain produce the very coarse cloths used by the poor people in India.
The rich who could afford to play it for pleasure were called amateurs and the poor who played it for a living were called professionals.
The situation of the poor is worsened if they also experience deprivation.
In the context of poverty, discrimination refers to the behaviour that makes a distinction between the rich and the poor, favouring the rich and the advantaged over the poor and the disadvantaged.
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