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What is the meaning of historical in Hindi?

Meaning of historical in Hindi is : महत्वपूर्ण

Definition of word historical

  • Pertaining to the history, to what happened in the past. (adjective)
    इतिहास से संबंधित, अतीत में क्या हुआ।

Examples of word historical

  • I doubt whether the epithet _historical_ can properly apply to the character of Lady Macbeth; for though the subject of the play be taken from history, we never think of her with any reference to historical associations, as we do with regard to Constance, Volumnia, Katherine of
  • My particular interest in the historical is about how global events that affect millions of lives can turn on such small and sometimes whimsical decisions - butterflies wings and tornadoes, really.
  • Due to the significant emphasis on prophetic history, religious groups can become what he terms "historical societies" -- preserving, codifying and interpreting the religious histories of their founders.
  • The groups argued that it was very important for the two government agencies to be relocated to in Tainan, which they called the historical home of Taiwan's culture, in order to preserve the nation's unique culture and traditions.
  • We were always seconds ago told of another letter from former Clinton aide Bruce Lindsay and Mr. Clinton's attorney Douglas Band (ph) to Robert Iger of the Disney Corporation also asking for the airing of this movie to be cancelled because of what they call historical inaccuracies.
  • African countries, decrying what they described as historical injustice, on Monday made a strong plea for world support for their moves to get two veto-wielding permanent seats on the UN Security
  • In Leonard Schapiro's review-article, "Two Years that Shook the World," he showed a concern for what he called historical "objectivity," but I question his own.
  • This graph shows what we call the historical yield curve.
  • A further anomaly may throw light on the mentality of men who would be attached to the truth but without the modern feeling for what we call historical evidence.
  • Harrison an excuse for insisting on weekly repetitions of what he called their historical picnics.