English to Hindi Dictionary superstition


he dismissed the ghost stories as mere superstition
excessively credulous belief in and reverence for supernatural beings.
translation of 'superstition'
You'd say what seems to be on the rise is not art or science, but religion and the medievalism of 'superstition' and the tyranny of who owns whose soul and the soul of what nation.
There's also a lot of folly, 'superstition' and craziness, but I like to concentrate on the energy and resilience aspect of it.
He also claimed that Philosophy alone douses the flames of 'superstition' .
In an atmosphere of control and 'superstition' , the boy is something of a rebel and misfit - going where he shouldn't go, always testing the boundaries of what he's allowed to say or do.
On the one hand it was a repository for formalized 'superstition' ; on the other it stood ready for interpretational abuse in criminology, eugenics, ethnography, and the construction of racial stereotypes.
By opting for a courtroom setting, it not only dramatises the conflict between rationalism and religion, psychiatry and 'superstition' , but also pretends to give both sides an equal hearing.
she touched her locket for luck, a 'superstition' she'd had since childhood
It's a Hoodoo tale, which means it features the peculiar magical practices that combine voodoo with Louisiana black arts culled from Tahiti, Native American, and slave 'superstition' .
he dismissed the ghost stories as mere 'superstition'
He deployed the erudition that made his work a source-book of historical and religious criticism in a humane and enquiring spirit, impatient of credulity, 'superstition' , and intolerance.
Towards the end of the film, when an altercation with the earnest young locksmith erupts abruptly into violence, he retreats into religious 'superstition' as a means of rationalising a seemingly inexplicable plot development.
she touched her locket for luck, a 'superstition' she had had since childhood
It is a windy day, and the church is barely three-quarters full, indicating, the narrator tells us, the general loss of religious fervor in the city, where 'superstition' has replaced religion.
Life on the set is pervaded by what the uninvolved might well view as 'superstition' .
he dismissed the ghost stories as mere 'superstition'
At one point, he sits straight up because he thinks he hears two screech owls, which is a 'superstition' that says bad luck is coming.
It was the era of the big set-piece battles between science and religion, between 'superstition' and modernity, between medicine and fate, between madness and psychotherapy.
Reason has not, and will not, ever completely displace man's belief in the unknown, be it in religion or 'superstition' .
During the centuries of 'superstition' and feudalism following Athens's downfall, free speech was barely considered as an idea.
The cloak of organizational rationality is lifted to reveal sorcery, 'superstition' , and the suspicion of witchcraft.
We have become conditioned to expect certain things in a genre film, and anyone who comes at this one expecting big scares could easily miss its philosophical questioning of 'superstition' and religion, and find himself or herself bored.
While liberation from 'superstition' and autocratic oppression is the great legacy of the Enlightenment, to perpetuate the repression of all spiritual expression in the name of reason is to continue to deny our innate being.
While primal drums beat, village women dance around a flaming bonfire bearing icons, turning to 'superstition' to lift the ‘dark curse’ that sent torrential floods.
The document further calls on government departments to make a finer distinction between religion and 'superstition' so that people can worship religion without interference.
The film gives us unusually authentic-seeming pictures of village life and ritual, and invests the people with a certain dignity and sensibility, even if ultimately they prefer 'superstition' and fear to science.
The Symphony No 9, or the Choral, had such an enormous impact that a 'superstition' sprung up among subsequent composers that it tempted fate to venture beyond nine symphonies, the number at which Beethoven laid down his pen.
I also liked the ‘behind the scenes’ aspect of the presentation, which showed in some detail the various training regimens and assorted 'superstitions' to which players seem to adhere.
The problem comes when superstitions belong to people in power - when 'superstitions' become the operating system for major companies and other important institutions.
I uncovered lots more money 'superstitions' , including embedding silver coins in Christmas puddings, the tooth fairy, and the fact that actors are superstitious about using real money on stage.
Optimism seems to rule: Four of the five most widely held 'superstitions' are the ones that bring on the good.
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