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Transliteration of Hindi भारत (bhārat), from Sanskrit भारत (bhārata). Related to Bharata.

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Bharat

  1. (chiefly India) India: the Republic of India.
    Synonyms: Hindustan, Hindiyyah, India
    • [2024 May 4, John Reed, “How to interpret India?”, in FT Weekend, Life & Arts, page 9:
      In Why Bharat Matters (“Bharat” is the Modi-favoured Hindi word for India, and he uses it throughout), Jaishankar makes a compelling case that the world needs an economically growing, diplomatically nimble and digitally connected India, not least at a time of US decline.]

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Borrowed from Hindi भारत (bhārat), from Sanskrit भारत (bhārata).

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Bharat m

  1. Bharat (poetic name of India)