aatm nirbhar സ്വാശ്രയത്വം


aatm nirbhar = സ്വാശ്രയത്വം

Pronunciation =  aatm nirbhar

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ആത്‌മ നിർബർ

aatm nirbhar in Malayalam: സ്വാശ്രയത്വം

Part of speechNoun 

Definition in English: Dependent on one’s own power and resources and not on others 

Definition in Malayalam: സ്വന്തം അധികാരത്തിലും വസ്തുക്കളിലും മാത്രം ആശ്രയത്വം

Examples in English:

  • Being self reliant on the economy, would help the small scale producers in the nation to come upto greater heights

Examples in Malayalam:

  • സാമ്പത്തിക സ്വാശ്രയത്വം ചെറു കിട ഉല്പാദകരെ തങ്ങളുടെ അവസ്ഥ മെച്ചപ്പെടുത്താൻ സഹായിക്കും.

Synonyms of aatm nirbhar

Synonyms in Malayalam സ്വയം പിന്തുണ
Synonyms in English Self reliant

Antonyms of aatm nirbhar

Antonyms in Malayalam ആശ്രയത്വം
Antonyms in English Dependent

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