noun see swaraj

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  • swarajist — swa·raj·ist …   English syllables

  • swarajist — jə̇st noun ( s) : a member of a political party in British India advocating swaraj * * * swarajˈist noun An advocate of this • • • Main Entry: ↑swaraj …   Useful english dictionary

  • Swaraj Party — The Swaraj Party was a political party in India that sought greater self government and political freedoms for the Indian people from the British Raj. It was inspired by the concept of Swaraj. In Hindi and many other languages of India, swaraj… …   Wikipedia

  • swaraj — noun Etymology: Hindi svarāj, from Sanskrit sva own + Hindi rāj rule more at suicide, raj Date: 1908 national or local self government in India • swarajist noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel — Infobox revolution biography name = Vallabhbhai Jhaverbhai Patel lived = 31 October 1875 – 15 December 1950 dateofbirth = birth date|1875|10|31|mf=y placeofbirth = Nadiad, Gujarat, British India dateofdeath = death date and… …   Wikipedia

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  • swaraj — swarajism, n. swarajist, n., adj. /sweuh rahj /, n. 1. (in India) self government. 2. (cap.) (formerly, in British India) the political party supporting this principle over British rule. [1905 10; < Hindi, presumably equiv. to Skt sva own + Hindi …   Universalium

  • Mohammad Habib — (Urdu: محمد حبیب, Hindi: मोहम्मद हबीब) (born 1895 died 1971 ) was an Indian historian. He was a Professor Emeritus at Aligarh Muslim University. Contents 1 Biography …   Wikipedia

  • Swaraj — [swə rα:dʒ] noun historical self government or independence for India. Derivatives Swarajist noun Origin from Sanskrit svarājya, from sva own + rājya rule ; cf. Raj …   English new terms dictionary

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