Hindustani


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Synonyms for Hindustani

a native or inhabitant of Hindustan or India

a form of Hindi spoken around Delhi

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However, there were areas of Hindustani concentration such as Pulau Saigon, at the bend of the Singapore River close to Robertson Quay.
In the second half of the book Martinez focuses on the theory of rasa, as expounded in the Natyasastra and Abhinavagupta's Abhinavabharati, and the evolution of the ragas heard in today's Hindustani music.
Hindustani rap/hip hop is here to stay and it is the voice of India that you can't just ignore," Singh said.
'We played the title song of Bollywood film Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani'
class="MsoNormalCxSpMiddlespan xml:lang="EN-GBThe great Hindustani flautist Pundit Ronu Majumdar, Sarod instrument exponent Pundit Debojyoti Bose and Tabla percussionist Pundit Yogesh Shamsi will grace the stage in Nairobi later next month.
Tipu Sultan is not a Hindustani and if I do not agree to this mentality, then I become anti-national?
Jawaid Anwar pointed out that initially Hindustani language was proposed for Hindustan, while script of the language had to be in Urdu and Hindustani.
Sound tracks were composed in less than two months based on elements of Carnatic and Hindustani ragas.
HINDUSTANI Awam Morcha ( HAM) president and former Bihar chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, who has allied with the BJP in a bid to oust his bete noire Nitish Kumar, seems to have given up his ambition to be the CM but wants all his 34 decisions to be implemented by ' whoever becomes the CM'.
Devdutt Pattanaik; a renowned mythologist, Sampat Pal Devi; founder Gulabi Gang, Shubha Mudgal; hindustani classical singer, Laxmi; transgender social activist, Nishtha Jain; filmmaker and Radhika Vaz; stand up comedian shared their experiences and spoke on role of women in the society.
Her topics include the news discourse and ELF membership in The Hindustani Times, and The Baltic Times, communicating in business contexts, the language of corporate websites, politeness strategies and cultural differences in email communications, and internal corporate emails in a company that operates internationally.
PREPARATIONS are in full swing for a much awaited Hindustani music concert presented by an exceptionally talented musician.
Along with sitar, it is the 
most prominent instrument in Hindustani classical music.
He was initially employed as a waiter but soon rose to become Victoria''s confidant and teacher, giving her daily lessons in Hindustani. His position violated racial and class taboos of the period, and the presence of a Muslim at the heart of the royal household caused problems for the politics of Empire, leading to a dramatic confrontation between the Queen and her family in 1897, which threatened to disrupt her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.