nostalgic - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of nostalgic in Hindi

  • उदासीन
  • खिन्न
  • घर की यादजनित रोग से संबंधित

nostalgic Definition


characterized by or exhibiting feelings of nostalgia.


a nostalgic person.

nostalgic Example

  • His mother's nostalgic memories had led Juan to expect a town ‘that smelled of spilt honey’. ( उनकी माँ की उदासीन यादों ने जुआन को एक ऐसे शहर की उम्मीद की, जो ’मसालेदार शहद से महक रहा था’ का नेतृत्व करता था। )
  • It's not just a nice piece for nostalgic fans, but a classic of the genre that can be enjoyed by anyone. ( यह केवल उदासीन प्रशंसकों के लिए एक अच्छा टुकड़ा नहीं है, बल्कि शैली का एक क्लासिक है जो किसी को भी पसंद किया जा सकता है। )
  • Saxophonist Greg Tardy provides a good foil with some subtly understated and nostalgic lines that catch the mood of the night. ( सैक्सोफोनिस्ट ग्रेग टार्डी कुछ सूक्ष्म रूप से समझे जाने वाले और उदासीन लाइनों के साथ एक अच्छी पन्नी प्रदान करता है जो रात के मूड को पकड़ते हैं। )
  • Great issue, great interview, which made me very nostalgic for those days when Eddie had a website and was a publisher. ( महान मुद्दा, महान साक्षात्कार, जिसने मुझे उन दिनों के लिए बहुत उदासीन बना दिया जब एडी की एक वेबसाइट थी और एक प्रकाशक थी। )

More Sentence

  • Individually and culturally, we are preposterously nostalgic for it.
  • There was a time when the dysfunctions of my childhood and adolescence took on this rosy nostalgic glow.
  • There will be happy nostalgic memories for the many folk who frequented that popular venue in their youth having now advanced a few years.
  • Pretty, feminine, soft and fluid silhouettes make a new statement of nostalgic romance.
  • Alexei Sayle would adopt a maudlin, nostalgic whine and a watery half-smile as he recalled the glories of the music hall.
  • The factory is situated in a romantic garden and is full of nostalgic paraphernalia.
  • Tapes of military marches, a drill sergeant's orders and nostalgic 1950s songs add to the atmosphere.
  • In her art, she said she attempts to evoke the nostalgic beauty of another era.
  • Panache provides the women folk nostalgic images by reviving the art of handmade jewellery as they are now not in vogue.
  • He worked there for 32 years and was somewhat nostalgic about the final departure of the plant.
  • I was transfixed by this sentimental and nostalgic portrait of a 1930s Donegal family.
  • The steam locomotive evokes nostalgic memories of a bygone era with its glory and old age charm.
  • With personal computers, taking a stroll down memory lane isn't for the nostalgic .
  • The history of each one has been put into print - stories and pictures that make for nostalgic reading.
  • In Her Shoes certainly honours that tradition but in a way that makes it much more than a retro treat for movie buffs and nostalgic oldies.
  • And to celebrate, all kinds of nostalgic nonsense is being pumped out of the country's TV sets.
  • In a world where the microwave has become the magic wand of the kitchen, how welcome to read such nostalgic sentiments.
  • All the while he watched his crowd, old nostalgics all, and wondered how many of them had been present that night, how many of them had tried to camouflage their fear under the chorus of a well known palliative song.
  • ‘And these were everywhere,’ he laments nostalgically , pointing to the Irish-looking coracle lashed under the furled rust sails.
  • Mark sets out to discover whether the ‘golden age’ truly existed or is a smug myth perpetuated by nostalgics and the artistic and political enemies of television today.
  • Many nostalgics recalled life as safer with Reggie and Ronnie in charge, as they loved their mother and could ‘sort anybody out’.
  • As with Live Aid, however, a good idea will always be revived by misty-eyed nostalgics , and since British architecture has improved more than somewhat since the 1980s, why not?
  • It was something that was proclaimed at every opportunity by the party and government leadership in official statements, and which is repeated today, and not just by nostalgics .
  • Goode, who spent 17 years as the curator of the Smithsonian Castle, has not assembled a picture book for nostalgics .
  • Certainly, both Morrissey's You Are the Quarry and the Cure's self-titled comeback have been welcomed by both nostalgics and newcomers.
  • Now, sitting by her cooking pots while an Ivorian boy pounds onions, tomatoes and peppers into a hot sauce for her fish, Michel talks nostalgically about her mother whom she has not seen for several years.