Meaning of (उपदेश) upadesh in english - (उपदेश) Upadesh meaning 

Meaning of (उपदेश) upadesh in english

Suggested : a discourse for the purpose of religious instruction or exhortation, especially one based on a text of Scripture and delivered by a member of the clergy as part of a religious service communication of thought by words talk conversation a sermon, usually on a Biblical topic and usually of a nondoctrinal nature the principles and regulations established in a community by some authority and applicable to its people, whether in the form of legislation or of custom and policies recognized and enforced by judicial decision the act or process of exhorting
Exampleउपदेश का हिन्दी मे अर्थ

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Usage of उपदेश:
1. महावीर जैन के एक छोटे से उपदेश से चोर को म‌िला ऐसा लाभ ज‌िसने जाना हैरान रह गयाamarujala.com2. भारत ने आज पाकिस्तान को एक ऐसा असफल राष्ट्र बताया है जो खुद तो अपने ही लोगों पर अत्याचार करता है जबकि दूसरों को सहिष्णुता, लोकतंत्र और मानवाधिकार के उपदेश देता हैlivehindustan.com3. भारत ने आज पाकिस्तान को एक ऐसा असफल राष्ट्र बताया है जो खुद तो अपने ही लोगों पर अत्याचार करता है जबकि दूसरों को सहिष्णुता, लोकतंत्र और मानवाधिकार के उपदेश देता हैlivehindustan.com
1. All his fathers exhortation were in vain. 2. Many people are perjuring in law courts, habitually!. 3. It is used as a feminine name for Art, Science of homily 4. The term "Orthodox" is not popular in Israeli discourse 5. After the sixth sermon 6. We had to take a cloze test before joining the English teaching course. 7. Violating God's commandments, the precept of charity 8. Gautam budha had preached many people.
He was always preaching the virtues of capitalism.
9. The letter P indicating a pawn is not used 10. " The trial ended with the jury unable to reach a verdict and Wilde's counsel
(उपदेश) upadesh can be used as noun. and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 5 including vowels consonants matras. The word is used as Noun and/or Adjective in hindi and falls under Masculine gender originated from Sanskrit language . Transliteration : upadesha 
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