bombay

Hindi translation: Mumbai

21:36 Aug 3, 2000
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: bombay
Capital of India
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Hindi translation:Mumbai
Explanation:
'Mumbai' is also the local name of 'Bombay' which is the capital of a state in India, caled Maharashtra. It is not the capital of India. The capital of India is New Delhi. It was always known as 'mumbai' in hindi, Gujarati and other languages. 'Bombay' was the anglicized name gievn to the city by the British and was recently changed in a wave of 'going back to the roots'.
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2 days 8 hrs
MUMBAI


Explanation:
Bombay is the name of a city in INDIA,which is called MUMBAI in the local language.

Dr. Vinay Deep
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17 days
Mumbai


Explanation:
'Mumbai' is also the local name of 'Bombay' which is the capital of a state in India, caled Maharashtra. It is not the capital of India. The capital of India is New Delhi. It was always known as 'mumbai' in hindi, Gujarati and other languages. 'Bombay' was the anglicized name gievn to the city by the British and was recently changed in a wave of 'going back to the roots'.

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PRO pts in pair: 12
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