English to Hindi Dictionary embodiment


she seemed to be a living embodiment of vitality
a tangible or visible form of an idea, quality, or feeling.
translation of 'embodiment'
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He proposes ways of going beyond this toward a conception of dynamic 'embodiment' .
Sampson contends that social constructionism has failed to take seriously the notion of 'embodiment' .
Other starting points would have given Gowing very different types of 'embodiment' .
I will attempt to stay as close as possible to the way that we as embodied beings experience 'embodiment' .
This answer is a testament to Helen's sense of distance from human 'embodiment' .
she seemed to be a living 'embodiment' of vitality
Categorization of the life-world is a manifest function of this active 'embodiment' .
it was in Germany alone that his hope seemed capable of 'embodiment'
That's why in so many different cultures spirit 'embodiment' is so prevalent.
Biological survival was thus synonymous with the triumph of divine 'embodiment' .
I prefer the magic of ghosts I think, they at least hold out the promise of the escape from 'embodiment' and hitting the singularity.
The importance of 'embodiment' might have significant implications for rights as well.
This concept of 'embodiment' doesn't apply just to times of exertion, of course.
It is the beginnings of an organisational and political 'embodiment' of a mood previously visible only in opinion polls.
she seemed to be a living 'embodiment' of vitality
Central to much recent work on 'embodiment' is the metaphor of the body as a text or surface upon which our cultural and personal identity is written.
He thus constructs an aesthetic that questions the terms of cinematic 'embodiment' .
it was in Germany alone that his hope seemed capable of 'embodiment'
As with intimacy, it may be best framed in terms of performativity and performance, 'embodiment' and duration.
Reverting to conventional photography, the artist insists we look at these people as 'embodiments' of the limitations of science and technology.
The more peaceful 'embodiments' of the World Hindu Council's ideas are in the practicalities of the preparations for the building of a new Hindu temple on the site of the destroyed Muslim mosque.
Father and son are not simply 'embodiments' of conflicting political stances, but well-developed characters who gain individuality as the film unfolds.
Hegel's philosophy of history holds that the idea of right has developed within interactions among and within institutional 'embodiments' of the idea.
In the icebergs and the blue heart of the glacier, Muldrow glimpses cold inhuman 'embodiments' of the natural world that promise another reality.
There is nothing to fear, hate, envy or be entranced by at all in any of these 'embodiments' of that which is in our own Souls and which we are projecting onto emptiness.
In other words, it bears witness to the laudable belief that it is evil to speak of nations or persons as though they were 'embodiments' of evil.
If the characters intermittently come across as 'embodiments' of ideas and author mouthpieces, the performances go far towards humanizing them.
Fuentes has the ability to turn ideas almost into characters and characters into the 'embodiments' of historical process.
Rather, through these physical 'embodiments' of fecundity and vulnerability, entrapment and despair, she is uniquely able to comment about the female condition in a way which has lasting relevance to all humanity.
The large engineering and construction projects of the 1950s, such as the Damodar Valley dams, were celebrated by a number of observers as 'embodiments' of the vibrant spirit of the new nation.
'Bhavesh Joshi...': An inspiring embodiment (IANS Review, Rating: ***)
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