English to Hindi Dictionary commemorate


a wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate the war dead
recall and show respect for (someone or something) in a ceremony.
translation of 'commemorate'
समारोह मनाना,
स्मरणोत्सव मनाना,
उत्सव मनाना
अभिनंदन करना,
पुण्यस्मरण करना,
स्मरण करना
a wreath-laying ceremony to 'commemorate' the war dead
Veterans of one of the landmark battles of the Second World War were reunited in York at the weekend to 'commemorate' the campaign.
From April 8 people will be able to opt for a civic ceremony tailored to 'commemorate' the life and times of their loved ones.
Together with many of his old comrades and his wife, Stella, Peter will be at a ceremony in Westminster to 'commemorate' the anniversary of the battle.
Gabriel Fawcett investigates how the Germans 'commemorate' the losses they sustained in the First and Second World Wars.
More than 4,000 petals were dropped at a ceremony to 'commemorate' police officers killed in the line of duty.
I was born In The Summer Of '69, and a song was written to 'commemorate' the occasion.
In the following weeks the people would watch as a tall memorial was built to 'commemorate' those who had died.
On old Navy ships, built with teak decks, the first sailors to report to new ships received planks of deck wood to 'commemorate' their being part of the first crew to serve on the ship.
In subsequent years, the hour and day was set aside to 'commemorate' the war dead of the Allied nations.
So he argued against the rich being able to 'commemorate' their war dead with ornate personal graves.
The ceremony is held annually to 'commemorate' the lives of all Irish people who have died in past wars or while on service with the United Nations.
He was awarded the Trinity Cross in 1978, his portrait adorned two postage stamps and six calypso songs were penned to 'commemorate' his triumph.
a wreath-laying ceremony to 'commemorate' the war dead
I have laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in Belfast to 'commemorate' the British war dead.
How does the government intend to 'commemorate' the war dead in the future?
Youngsters have recited poetry to 'commemorate' a century of war.
The town council expressed little interest, indicating that a memorial should 'commemorate' all those who fell in the war.
They are determined to set up a memorial stone to 'commemorate' the 28 Irishmen that were killed in Korea.
The medal was first established in 1856 after the end of the Crimean War to 'commemorate' actions of extreme bravery in the face of the enemy.
Sixty years on, that spirit is remembered and celebrated as 15 Heads of State participate in a ceremony which will 'commemorate' the values the veterans fought for.
It was planted earlier this year by the National Memorial Arboretum, a charity which plants trees to 'commemorate' Britain's war dead.
On Good Friday, continental Europeans 'commemorate' that Christ was crucified and died to absolve our sins and give us eternal salvation.
Huge monuments 'commemorating' the war were commissioned, the most well-known being a metal sculpture forming an arch out of swords held in two hands, the latter cast from molds taken from the president's own wrists.
The 'commemorators' have done their utmost to evoke and represent Africa, a mystical and glorious Africa, one of beauty, splendour and delight.
The Yasukuni is controversial because it 'commemorates' Japan's military dead, including some who were convicted war criminals.
She left me her journals and memories and pictures, and in 1980 I was not so much hung up as I was a 'commemorator' and an appreciator.
Unlike Veterans Day, which 'commemorates' living veterans, Memorial Day is expressly intended as a day to memorialize the sacrifice of men and women who have given their lives in uniform.
A large stone 'commemorates' the site of Peter's Well, close to Lochcallater Lodge on the east side of the loch.
In 1902 Martha Washington became the first American woman to be 'commemorated' by a U.S. postage stamp.
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