casket - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of casket in Hindi

  • कास्केट
  • डिबिया
  • पटार
  • मंजूषा
  • शवपेटिका
  • सन्दूकषी
  • रत्नपेटी

casket Definition

  • a small ornamental box or chest for holding jewels, letters, or other valuable objects. ( गहने, पत्र, या अन्य मूल्यवान वस्तुओं को रखने के लिए एक छोटा सजावटी बॉक्स या छाती। )

casket Example

  • a small brass casket containing four black opals ( चार काले ओपल युक्त एक छोटा पीतल का ताबूत )
  • She took from her jewel casket all her finest brooches and pins, and chose again the silver one covered with garnets, as it was largest and most beautiful. ( उसने अपने गहने के ताबूत से अपने सभी बेहतरीन ब्रोच और पिन ले लिए, और फिर से चांदी से बने गार्नेट्स को चुना, क्योंकि यह सबसे बड़ा और सबसे सुंदर था। )
  • Cremation reduces the cost of dying, since the casket is a major expense and for cremation a plain rigid container, wood and/or other material, is sufficient. ( श्मशान मरने की लागत को कम करता है, क्योंकि कास्केट एक प्रमुख खर्च है और दाह संस्कार के लिए एक सादे कठोर कंटेनर, लकड़ी और / या अन्य सामग्री पर्याप्त है। )
  • A scroll with details of why it is being given will be presented in a wooden casket . ( यह क्यों दिया जा रहा है, इसके विवरण के साथ एक स्क्रॉल लकड़ी के ताबूत में प्रस्तुत किया जाएगा। )
  • If the casket he chose contained the portrait, he could marry Portia; if not, he would be compelled to leave and never woo another woman again. ( अगर वह जिस तख़्ता को चुनता है, उसमें पोर्ट्रेट होता है, तो वह पोर्टिया से शादी कर सकता है; यदि नहीं, तो उसे छोड़ने के लिए मजबूर किया जाएगा और फिर कभी किसी अन्य महिला को लुभाने के लिए नहीं। )

More Sentence

  • An archaeologist was digging in the Negev Desert in Israel when he came upon a casket containing a mummy.
  • Privately donated pieces included a silver casket from the Rathbone family, a wonderfully romantic treasure chest.
  • The pack consists of a casket containing the Aborigine Flag, a number of didgeridoos, as well as various tools used by the Aborigine people who spent their lives as hunters and gatherers in order to survive.
  • A knot forms in Jared's stomach as he watches the casket go by; the casket that contains the body of his beloved.
  • Her body shook with her cries, as she looked up at the wooden casket that held her beloved inside.
  • On cue they lifted the gray box and stepped forward as one, sliding the casket into the hearse.
  • Remember when a TV reporter happened upon a casket that contained a number of intimate items allegedly belonging to a prominent female citizen?
  • The coffin was decked with flowers and a miniature pit bull terrier was placed on top of the casket along with a black Celtic Cross.
  • By its size, the box appeared to contain a child's casket .
  • The two most common ways to handle the remains of a loved one is to purchase a casket and bury them or have their remains cremated.
  • Police top brass carry the casket , wrapped in the colours of the South African flag, to the grave.
  • During the wake, which can last up to three or four days, the casket is left open, and the mourners can kneel and say a prayer.
  • Then the children put their letters into the casket and kissed their mother's forehead, then Jonathon put his letter in the casket and looked at his wife.
  • Originally a toilet box, jewel casket , or container for incense, it was adopted as early as the 4th century to hold the reserved Host, and carry it in procession or to the sick.
  • He gave it to my mother to clutch to her chest as the casket was lowered into the ground.
  • Thunder rolled viciously as the six men carried the rough-hewn casket containing the body of the kingdom's youngest princess.
  • The escort carries with him or her a flag during the flight which is then draped over the casket upon arrival.
  • The thieves get away with the casket but not the jewels, which Lizzie has extracted for safe keeping.
  • Most of the kids from school who knew him made an effort to show up, and a sea of black surrounding the casket where he lay.
  • This social comedy takes on new height when Tony attempts to help Constance and her lover elope with her casket of jewels.
  • Inside, in one of the mirrored and gilded rooms that glitter and preen like a self-conscious jewel casket , is warmer.
  • It's the photograph that we remember: a picture of the dead black boy in his casket , his face bloated, mutilated, no longer human.
  • Dr Faust with the aid of the devil leaves her a casket full of jewels.
  • The next moment, however, he was looking down on two black caskets that held his mother and father's body.
  • Douglas Duff's arrival by mail boat at Dublin's North Wall was made memorable when he spotted four caskets covered by Union Jacks awaiting return to England.