दीपोत्सव

HindiEdit

EtymologyEdit

Learned borrowing from Classical Sanskrit दीपोत्सव (dīpotsava). By surface analysis, bahuvrīhi compound of दीप (dīp) +‎ उत्सव (utsav).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /d̪iː.poːt̪.səʋ/, [d̪iː.poːt̪.s̪əʋ]

NounEdit

दीपोत्सव (dīpotsavm

  1. Diwali, Festival of Lights
    Synonyms: दिवाली (divālī), दीपावली (dīpāvalī)
    • 2010, Ravi Kumar; Dr. N. R. Gopal (translator), हिन्दू प्रतिभा के दर्शन [Hindi translation of: Glimpses of Hindu Genius][1], New Delhi: Suruchi Prakashan, →ISBN, OCLC 793080773, page 106, →ISBN:
      हिन्दुओं के लोकप्रिय त्योहार दीपोत्सव पर व्यापारिक प्रतिष्ठान हिन्दू-बहुल इलाकों में मार्केटिंग करते नज़र आते हैं।
      hinduõ ke lokpriya tyohār dīpotsav par vyāpārik pratiṣṭhān hindū-bahul ilākõ mẽ mārkeṭiṅg karte nazar āte ha͠i.
      On the popular Hindu festival Diwali, business establishments are seen marketing in Hindu-dominated areas.
    • 2021, K. K. Upadhyaya, मोदी-योगी का विजन: विकास की ओर उत्तर प्रदेश [Modi and Yogi's vision: Uttar Pradesh towards development], New Delhi: Prabhat Prakashan, →ISBN, OCLC 1232456348, page 7, →ISBN:
      अयोध्या में दीपोत्सव का सफल कार्यक्रम किया। उत्तर प्रदेश [ने] आध्यात्मिक केंद्र के रूप में पर्यटकों को आकर्षित किया है।
      ayodhyā mẽ dīpotsav kā saphal kāryakram kiyā. uttar pradeś [ne] ādhyātmik kendra ke rūp mẽ paryaṭakõ ko ākarṣit kiyā hai.
      A successful program of Diwali was done in Ayodhya. Uttar Pradesh has attracted tourists as a spiritual center.

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EtymologyEdit

Bahuvrīhi compound of दीप (dīpa, diya, lamp, lantern) +‎ उत्सव (utsava, festival).

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

दीपोत्सव (dīpotsavam (Classical Sanskrit)

  1. Diwali, Festival of Lights
    Synonym: दीपावलि (dīpāvali)
    • 1889, Journal of the American Oriental Society: Volumes 13-14[2], page 355:
      महानवम्यां दीपोत्सवे च शिष्टाचारः।
      mahānavamyāṃ dīpotsave ca śiṣṭācāraḥ.
      Good conduct on Mahanavami and on Diwali.
    • 1974, Śāradā: Volume 16[3]:
      दीपोत्सवो महाप्रीत्या क्रियते सकलैर्जनैः ॥
      dīpotsavo mahāprītyā kriyate sakalairjanaiḥ .
      Diwali is celebrated with great pleasure by all people.
    • 1984–1990, Devkant Jha, अभिनव इन्टर संस्कृत व्याकरण और रचना[4], Varanasi: Motilal Banarsidass, →ISBN, page 105, →ISBN:
      कार्तिकमासस्य अमावस्यायां तिथौ अयं दीपोत्सवः महता उल्लासेन विधीयते ।
      kārtikamāsasya amāvasyāyāṃ tithau ayaṃ dīpotsavaḥ mahatā ullāsena vidhīyate .
      On the tithi of Amavasya in the month Kartika, Diwali is celebrated with great merriness.

DeclensionEdit

Masculine a-stem declension of दीपोत्सव (dīpotsava)
Singular Dual Plural
Nominative दीपोत्सवः
dīpotsavaḥ
दीपोत्सवौ
dīpotsavau
दीपोत्सवाः / दीपोत्सवासः¹
dīpotsavāḥ / dīpotsavāsaḥ¹
Vocative दीपोत्सव
dīpotsava
दीपोत्सवौ
dīpotsavau
दीपोत्सवाः / दीपोत्सवासः¹
dīpotsavāḥ / dīpotsavāsaḥ¹
Accusative दीपोत्सवम्
dīpotsavam
दीपोत्सवौ
dīpotsavau
दीपोत्सवान्
dīpotsavān
Instrumental दीपोत्सवेन
dīpotsavena
दीपोत्सवाभ्याम्
dīpotsavābhyām
दीपोत्सवैः / दीपोत्सवेभिः¹
dīpotsavaiḥ / dīpotsavebhiḥ¹
Dative दीपोत्सवाय
dīpotsavāya
दीपोत्सवाभ्याम्
dīpotsavābhyām
दीपोत्सवेभ्यः
dīpotsavebhyaḥ
Ablative दीपोत्सवात्
dīpotsavāt
दीपोत्सवाभ्याम्
dīpotsavābhyām
दीपोत्सवेभ्यः
dīpotsavebhyaḥ
Genitive दीपोत्सवस्य
dīpotsavasya
दीपोत्सवयोः
dīpotsavayoḥ
दीपोत्सवानाम्
dīpotsavānām
Locative दीपोत्सवे
dīpotsave
दीपोत्सवयोः
dīpotsavayoḥ
दीपोत्सवेषु
dīpotsaveṣu
Notes
  • ¹Vedic

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