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HindiEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit दर्शन(darśana).

NounEdit

दर्शन ‎(darśanm ‎(Urdu spelling درشن)

  1. sight, vision, observation, view, semblance
    मैं आपके दर्शनों के लिए आया।
    ma͠i āpke darśanõ ke lie āyā.
    I came in order to see you.
  2. philosophy; a view or theory prescribed in a system or book
    भारतीय दर्शन बहुत जटिल और रोचक है।
    bhārtīya darśan bahut jaṭil aur rocak hai.
    Indian philosophy is very complex and interesting.

ReferencesEdit

  • Hardev Bahri (accessed 10-13-2012), “Learners' Hindi-English Dictionary”, in (Please provide the title of the work)[1]

SanskritEdit

NounEdit

दर्शन ‎(darśanan

  1. philosophy, philosophical system, doctrine
  2. vision, sight, view
  3. eyesight

DeclensionEdit

Neuter a-stem declension of दर्शन
Nom. sg. दर्शनम्(darśanam)
Gen. sg. दर्शनस्य(darśanasya)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative दर्शनम्(darśanam) दर्शने(darśane) दर्शनानि(darśanāni)
Vocative दर्शन(darśana) दर्शने(darśane) दर्शनानि(darśanāni)
Accusative दर्शनम्(darśanam) दर्शने(darśane) दर्शनानि(darśanāni)
Instrumental दर्शनेन(darśanena) दर्शनाभ्याम्(darśanābhyām) दर्शनैः(darśanaiḥ)
Dative दर्शना(darśanā) दर्शनाभ्याम्(darśanābhyām) दर्शनेभ्यः(darśanebhyaḥ)
Ablative दर्शनात्(darśanāt) दर्शनाभ्याम्(darśanābhyām) दर्शनेभ्यः(darśanebhyaḥ)
Genitive दर्शनस्य(darśanasya) दर्शनयोः(darśanayoḥ) दर्शनानाम्(darśanānām)
Locative दर्शने(darśane) दर्शनयोः(darśanayoḥ) दर्शनेषु(darśaneṣu)

DescendantsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • “Sanskrit Dictionary for Spoken Sanskrit”, in (Please provide the title of the work)[2], accessed 2012-01-06