Oxford dictionaries declares ‘Nari Shakti’ as Hindi word for year 2018
Oxford dictionaries has declared “Nari Shakti” as the Hindi word for the year 2018. The announcement was made during a session at the ongoing Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) at the Diggi Palace. According to the Oxford dictionaries, the word has been derived from Sanskrit and is used today to symbolise women “taking charge of their lives”. The word was selected by the Oxford Dictionaries (India) with the help of an advisory panel of language experts, including Namita Gokhale, Randhir Thakur, Kritika Agrawal and Saurabh Dwivedi. Oxford had named ‘Aadhaar’ as its Hindi word for the year 2017.
Topics: Aadhaar , Dictionary , Diggi Palace , Dwivedi , Hindi , Indian culture , Indo-Aryan languages , Jaipur Literature Festival , Languages of India , Namita Gokhale , Oxford Dictionaries , States and union territories of India