Meaning of (वर्द्धन, वर्धन) vardhana in english
As noun : hike escalation enhancement augmentation increment swell advance increase appreciation addition gain rise elevation improvement development betterment better going upswing advancement prick spear pin prickle reap chisel withhold shear savage cow pinch chop off draw crop slash disconnect whittle section log trim interrupt tail snip saw down to cut dock cancel out withholding kill nip gather peel hull chip shell skin cut tutorial tuition education teaching instruction lesson fulfillment consummation fulfilment satisfaction supply
As verb : impale perforate punch amputate deduct cut bite make out take off cut up scythe slit lop pare detach bring in sever mutilate cancel whittle shave carve to trim obtruncate, detruncate
Suggested : to grow in bulk, as by the absorption of moisture or the processes of growth something added or gained addition increase the act of augmenting state of being augmented to increase in intensity, magnitude, etc to walk or march a great distance, especially through rural areas, for pleasure, exercise, military training, or the likeExampleवर्द्धन, वर्धन का हिन्दी मे अर्थ
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Usage of वर्द्धन, वर्धन: 1. It also known as the Doctrine that God determines in advance the human will 2. In response to the increase in creations 3. In addition to several stations of the National Park Service 4. It means, figuratively and familiarly Make some small gain more or less illegal and, in this sense, it is sometimes transitive 5. This period also saw a rise in the writing of plays in Irish 6. The highest elevation point of Puerto Rico 7. Though a great improvement over cadavers for standardized testing purposes 8. In another development 9. Piłsudski thus speculated that Poland will be better of with the Bolsheviks 10. Where are we going after we die?
(वर्द्धन, वर्धन) vardhana can be used as noun, verb or transitive verb and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 14 including consonants matras. The word is used as Noun and/or Adjective in hindi and falls under Masculine gender originated from Sanskrit language . Transliteration : varda्dhana, vardhana