nirdhaapa example and sentences

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Given are the examples of hindi word nirdhaapa usage in english sentences. The examples of nirdhaapa are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., alms, endowment, donation, charity, offertory, beneficence, oblation, fideicommissum, dole, gift, pittance, extinguish, snuff, douse, slack, smother, assuage, quench, stub, slake, put off, blow out, put out.

The leavened, oven-baked bread is a gift of the Portuguese to India.

Godan (The Gift of Cow), published in 1936, remains Premchand's best-known work.
My life companion is a thin reedy person with the gift of a sprinter.
Is this the right way to promote democracy? Should a democratic country wage a war and invade other countries for establishing democracy there? Does external help work in every case? Or does it work only when the people of a nation are actively engaged in a struggle to make their societies democratic? Even if external intervention leads to the establishment of democracy in a country, would it last long? Would it enjoy the support of its citizens? Finally, is the use of external force to gift democracy to the people in keeping with the spirit of democracy? Think about these questions in the light of all that you have learnt in this chapter.
It is a sort of gift in cash or property received from some person or organisation.
If donation received is to be utilised to achieve specified purpose, it is called Specific Donation.
Such donation is to be capitalised and shown on the liabilities side of the Balance Sheet irrespective of the fact whether the amount is big or small.
Excise taxes are the single largest revenue earner contributing 3 7 per cent of total tax revenue in 2003-0 Other direct taxes like wealth tax, gift tax and estate duty (now abolished) have never been of much significance in terms of revenue yield and have thus been referred to as 'paper taxes'.
Another account described the invasion's impact upon Delhi: (those) … who had been masters were now in dire straits; and those who had been revered couldn't even (get water to) quench their thirst.
I can make you a present of them myself, because they're mine! Your behaviour, Ivan assilevitch, is strange, to say the least! Up to this we have always thought of you as a good neighbour, a friend; last year we lent you our threshing-machine, although on that account we had to put off our own threshing till November, but you behave to us as if we were gypsies.
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