KHANDBAHALE.COM - Top word list of character 'i' in Assamese language

ice covered, full of ice in Assamese

Identity of sound between words or their endings, esp. in verse or poem in Assamese

Idle or foolish and irrelevant talk. in Assamese

idle play to pass time in Assamese

If a parameter increases as another parameter decreases the the two parameters are said to be inversely proportional to each other. in Assamese

If mother of a child marries to a second man , then the second man will be stepfather of the child . in Assamese

if possible; if it can be (done) in Assamese

If the product of two numbers is one, then they are called reciprocal of each other in Assamese

if the total figure is divided by the number of persons/things, then in Assamese

Illegal interfering in the counting of votes in an election. Acts of fraud tend to involve affecting vote counts to bring about a desired election outcome, whether by increasing the vote share of the favored candidate. in Assamese

image as seen in a mirror in Assamese

Image, model or structure of a deity etc. as an object of worship in Assamese

Imaginary line about which a body rotates in Assamese

immature mango in Assamese

immoderately desirous of acquiring wealth, wanting to eat more than enough in Assamese

Impaired orientation with respect to time, place, or person; a disturbed mental state in Assamese

impairment of value or usefulness; falling from a higher to a lower level in quality, character, or vitality in Assamese

impartial, showing no bias or not taking any side. in Assamese

Impatiens balsamina is a species of Impatiens native to southern Asia in India and Myanmar.It is called kamantigue in the Philippines. It is an annual plant growing to 20–75 cm tall, with a thick, but soft stem. The leaves are spirally-arranged, 2.5–9 cm in Assamese

impatiently wanting to know/have more of something in Assamese

impenetrable to light; not allowing light to pass through in Assamese

implanting the branch of one plant into another in Assamese

implied though not directly expressed, regarding interpretation of a text. in Assamese

Importance of an issue in Assamese

impossible to measure the depth in Assamese

Impossible to refute or disprove or nullify. in Assamese

Impossible to visualize or imagine in Assamese

Imprecise quantities, but fairly close to correct. in Assamese

improper way of spending in Assamese

Improvised & prescribed steps and gestures usually in rhythm with music in Assamese

impudently self-assertive in Assamese

in a blurred manner; in a way not capable of being clearly distinguished, as by the eyes in Assamese

In a civil manner with due respect and kind. in Assamese

in a concealed way that prevents other people to know you in Assamese

in a condition full of haze or other noises making it difficult for things to be seen or heard in Assamese

In a direction away from the inside. in Assamese

In a direction or course opposite to something. in Assamese

in a discourteous or impolite manner in Assamese

in a disorderly manner in Assamese

in a fight from chariots, when two men in two different chariots fight jointly against another, each of the former; half a rathi. in Assamese

in a formal manner in Assamese

In a forward place or position. in Assamese

In a free manner without any hurdle. in Assamese

in a house or building, rather than out of doors in Assamese

In a literal way, sense or manner; without explain elaborately. in Assamese

In a manner inflicting extreme pain or suffering in Assamese

In a manner that is pleasing to the senses; with low volume. in Assamese

in a manner usually done by a mad person in Assamese

in a manner, which is not according to rule, or to the accepted principle, method, course, order, etc. in Assamese

In a neat, clean, and methodological manner/order. in Assamese

In a normal or regular manner in Assamese

In a northern direction in Assamese

in a period of 14 days; two weeks. in Assamese

In a permanent manner, intended to exist or function for a long period without significant change. in Assamese

in a relative manner; by comparison to something else. in Assamese

in a secure manner and free from danger of displacement. in Assamese

in a small quantity. in Assamese

In a special manner; uniquely and characteristically different from others. in Assamese

in a state of bearing offspring in the womb in Assamese

In a state of being agreeing upon. in Assamese

In a state of fear or choke or cold with rapid shivering in Assamese

in a state of not having life in Assamese

in a state of producing bubbles of gas from a liquid being heated in Assamese

in a state of unwell, infected by disease in Assamese

in a state without support or help in Assamese

in a subordinate position or condition in Assamese

in a thrifty or frugal manner in Assamese

in a voice loud enough to be heard in Assamese

in a way not pertaining to the context in Assamese

In a way or method shown/demonstrated in Assamese

In a way that is appropriate to what has been done or said in a particular situation. in Assamese

in a way which is intended to be funny. in Assamese

In a zigzag way, avoiding the straight route. in Assamese

in accordance with human nature; as is normal or to be expected in Assamese

in accordance with the prevailing laws of the land in Assamese

In accordance with the systematic method or approach of science in Assamese

in addition to what is already stated before in Assamese

In agreement with the general trend, in succession according to tradition. in Assamese

In agreement, concorde, aesthatic arrangement of parts creating a pleasing effect in Assamese

In algebra, a ratio is the relationship between two quantities. It is expressed as the quotient of two numbers, or as two numbers separated by a colon (pronounced to). A number that can be written as a ratio of two integers is a rational number. in Assamese

In algebraic geometry, elimination theory is the classical name for algorithmic approaches to eliminating between polynomials of several variables. in Assamese

in all directions from a center or point of reference. in Assamese

in an abundant and luxuriant manner in Assamese

in an actual scientific trial, the ratio of the number of positive outcomes of experiments in Assamese

in an elevated location or position in Assamese

in an exact manner in Assamese

in an honest manner in Assamese

In an improper manner; not properly. in Assamese

in an incidental manner. in Assamese

in an increasing or decreasing order in Assamese

in an overlapping manner in Assamese

in an united voice, speaking or singing together in Assamese

in an unnecessary manner; without any necessity. in Assamese

in an unpleasantly rough, ragged, or coarse manner in Assamese

In an unwilling or uncooperative manner. in Assamese

in any way; by whatever way necessary in Assamese

in appropriate or suitable quantity in Assamese

in bloom or flowering in Assamese

In botany, a stoma (also stomate; plural stomata) is a pore or valve, found in the leaf and stem epidermis that is used for gas exchange. The pore is formed by a pair of specialized parenchyma cells known as guard cells which are responsible for regulatin in Assamese

in breadth, in width in Assamese

In calculus, a branch of mathematics, the derivative is a measurement of how a function changes when the values of its inputs change. In simple terms it is the quantity measuring the rate of change of another. in Assamese

In calculus, the process of computing the derivative of a function, in Assamese

in common use in day to day life in Assamese

in consecutive steps, one after the other in Assamese

in continuous drops. in Assamese

In despair or ruin or in very bad condition in Assamese

In English a verbal that ends in '-ing' and acts as a noun; a noun in the form of the present participle of a verb i.e. ending in '-ing'. For example: Running is a good exercise; I enjoy driving.His favourite activity is sleeping. in Assamese

In every place that, in every case when. in Assamese

In favour of; because of. in Assamese

in force for one year only in Assamese

In good condition or without a defect or imperfection in Assamese

in groups of two, one after the other in Assamese

In Hindu mythology, Narakasura or Naraka is the asura son of the earth goddess Bhudevi (Bhumi) and Lord Vishnu in his Varaha (boar) avatar (incarnation). In other sources, he is the son of the asura Hiranyaksha. He is said to have established the kingdom in Assamese

In Hindu mythology, Putana is a Rakshasi (demoness), who is killed by the infant-god Krishna. Putana is also considered as a foster-mother of Krishna as she breast-fed him, though it was with the motive of killing Krishna by poisoned milk. in Assamese

In Hindu Mythology, wife of Ravana's son Meghnad and also the name of Arjuna's wife. in Assamese

In human anatomy, the clavicle or collar bone is the main bone that ribcage ties up with the shoulder under the neck. It is look like a collar. So it is called collar bone. in Assamese

in hundred different ways in Assamese

In India 5th September is celebrated as Teachers' day. 5th September is the birthday of a great teacher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. When Dr. Radhakrishnan became the president of India in 1962, some of his students and friends approached him and reques in Assamese

in large number or quantity. in Assamese

in large numbers or quantities in Assamese

in large quantity in Assamese

In like or similar manner. in Assamese

in motion along a slope or gradient in Assamese

In mourning because of the death of a relation esp by a family in Assamese

In no manner or degree; always followed by a negatives and means. in Assamese

In no manner or in no way. in Assamese

In no way; to no degree. Used to express negation, denial, refusal, or prohibition. in Assamese

in one voice; the same statement repeated in Assamese

In or at this place; where the speaker or writer is. in Assamese

in or into a state of sleep in Assamese

In physical cosmology, the big crunch is one possible scenario for the ultimate fate of the universe, in which the metric expansion of space eventually reverses and the universe recollapses, ultimately ending as a black hole singularity. in Assamese

In place of, or as an alternative to. in Assamese

In politics and religion, a moderate is an individual who holds an intermediate position between two viewpoints, neither to be extreme or radical by those applying the term. in Assamese

in possession or being under occupancy in Assamese

In proper order or sequence. in Assamese

In proper order or sequence; coming down in regular sequence. in Assamese

In reference to a given matter or subject. in Assamese

In short or few words (write or tell sth) in Assamese

in small numbers or quantities in Assamese

In some unspecified way or manner; or by some unspecified means. in Assamese

in spite of everything; without regard to drawbacks in Assamese

in subsequent batches, one after the other in Assamese

in succession,one after another in Assamese

In that case or as a consequence. in Assamese

In the act of committing a crime or doing something wrong in Assamese

in the context or depending on the context in Assamese

in the form of a question; asking a question in Assamese

In the Hindu epic Mah?bh?rata, the Pandava brothers are the five acknowledged sons of Pandu by his two wives Kunti and Madri. Their names are Yudhishtira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva. in Assamese

In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Jatayu is a demi-god who has the form of a vulture, he was an old friend of Dasharatha (Rama's father). in Assamese

in the manner or condition of very hungry. in Assamese

in the manner regarded as likely to happen. in Assamese

in the manner that possessed, experienced, performed, etc., by each of two or more with respect to the other in Assamese

in the mouth of many or all the people in Assamese

in the opposite direction to the way water flows in a river; against the current; towards the source (of a river) in Assamese

in the order of the letters of the alphabet in Assamese

in the process of drying or starting to dry in Assamese

in the process of recovery from illness in Assamese

in the required amount or proportion in Assamese

In the same manner in Assamese

in the second place. in Assamese

in the state of making all tools and materials available to carry out certain task in Assamese

In this place and in that; at various places. in Assamese

In trading, some work that has been tied by an agreement between two parties to make and/or build something within a given date at a predetermined cost. in Assamese

in very small quantity in Assamese

in whichever direction in Assamese

in/at/to some place unknown to the speaker (or at times to the hearer). in Assamese

inability to have proper or sufficient sleep in Assamese

inable to perform upto the mark in a test or such other competitive event. in Assamese

Inactive but capable of becoming active at any time. in Assamese

inauspicious moment or time in Assamese

inauspicious or unfortunate day in Assamese

incapable of being burned in Assamese

incapable of being controlled in Assamese

incapable of being imitated or copied. in Assamese

incapable of being surmounted, passed over, or overcome in Assamese

incapable of decaying through the action of living organisms in Assamese

incapable of getting disolved in Assamese

incapable of repaying the loan forever, i.e. obliged forever in Assamese

incapacity or indisposition to bear or endure in Assamese

incapacity, quality of not being able to do a task in Assamese

incited to stimulated to act in Assamese

inclined or attracted towards love in Assamese

inclined or disposed to peace in Assamese

inclined to, characterized by, or inciting to lust or lechery. in Assamese

Include in scope; include as part of something broader; have as one's sphere or territory. in Assamese

including or consisting of food of animal origin, i.e. meat, fish or egg (diet or meal) in Assamese

including or with the ocean in Assamese

including the most wicked and sinful, i.e. all good or bad in Assamese

incomplete or partial auterity in Assamese

increase two-fold; twice as much in Assamese

increased in the level (as of water) in Assamese

increased to higher temperature or (analogue) reach a climax of a debate in Assamese

increasing of population in a speedy way. in Assamese

increasing or growing in Assamese

Increse in power and status, upward progress in Assamese

indecent speech in Assamese

indefinite article , not any particular or certain one of a class or group. in Assamese

independent of one`s will in Assamese

India's national epic (along with the RAMAYANA).The MAHABHARATA (the great story of Bharata i.e. India)is a great Sanskrit epic of ancient India wriiten by Vyasa.Composed sometimes in 500 B.C. and divided into 18 parvas(books/chapters) it is one of the ol in Assamese

Indian greeting gesture consisting of a small bow while holding the palms together raised before the body. in Assamese

Indian Institute of Technology. in Assamese

Indian Musical Instrument Damaru is the most common hour-glass drum in India. There are two drumheads on each side of the resonator which are laced together with cord. Near the centre of the lacing are two loose knoted cords. The knots on each end strike in Assamese

Indian soapnut (sapindus laurifolius Vahl) is cultivated through northwest India including West Bengal and Assam. The fruits are small leathery-skinned and yellow coloured drup of 1-2 cm in diameter, which are commonly used as detergent. in Assamese

Indian stringed instrument, part of classical music. Pandit Vishwa Mohan Bhatt developed this hybrid slide guiter and added it to Indian classical instruments. in Assamese

Indicate a word used to link the subject of a sentence with a predicate in Assamese

Indicates something that happens between two or among many. in Assamese

Indicating of having something. in Assamese

indicating or having clues of some evil. in Assamese

indication of the presence of something that is no longer present or in existence. in Assamese

Indigenous peoples who have traditionally inhabited the circumpolar region from eastern Siberia (Russia), across Alaska (United States) and Canada, and all of Greenland in Assamese

indistinctly pronounced or uttered (voice) due to confusion of what to say or in an attempt to hide information in Assamese

Individuals (or small groups) who penetrate an area (especially the military penetration of enemy positions without detection) in Assamese

Infectious often fatal bacterial disease that affects small intestine in Assamese

inferred (a general principle, trend, etc.) from particular facts, statistics, or the like in Assamese

Infinitely or immeasurably small. in Assamese

Inflammation of the tonsils in Assamese

INFLAMMATION OF THE TONSILS WITH DISCHARGE OF PUS in Assamese

INFLATION OF THE VEINS OF THE LOWER RECTUM in Assamese

inflicting pain or suffering in Assamese

Inflicting punishment or done in order to punish in Assamese

influence on or popularity among the masses in Assamese

influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing or flattering in Assamese

Inform of unknown circumstances, danger, etc. in Assamese

information or advice of a possible danger in Assamese

Information system based on the recording, classification, measurement and summary of significant figures which, expressed basically in monetary terms, shows the state of the operations and transactions made by an economic accounting body. in Assamese

information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc. in Assamese

Informed, Having knowledge about soemthing in Assamese

Inhabitants of a place, region, country, etc. in Assamese

inhabitants of Braja in Assamese

Inhabited by or as if by apparitions. in Assamese

inhabiting the high sand-bank of a river in Assamese

inhalation of smoke from burned tobacco in Assamese

initial words of a children song. in Assamese

initiated by a single person in Assamese

injured in frost bite in Assamese

inlayed or overlayed with enamel in Assamese

Innate impulse or pattern of behaviour in Assamese

Insect between the stage of larva and imago in Assamese

Insects of the Order Diptera, possessing a single pair of wings on the mesothorax and a pair of halteres, derived from the hind wings, on the metathorax. The common housefly is a true fly and is one of the most widely distributed of animals. in Assamese

insert or fix (tissue or an artificial object) in a person`s or animal`s body, esp. by surgery in Assamese

insert or introduce between other elements or parts. in Assamese

inside or not beyond an area or period of time in Assamese

insignificant person. in Assamese

Inspired with confidence in Assamese

inspissated milk separated from the whey and kept by adding little salt in Assamese

Instrument for rowing boat. in Assamese

Instrument with a sharp blade used for shaving hair, beard, etc. in Assamese

insurance covering any loss or damage caused by fire in Assamese

Integers are positive natural numbers (1,2,3,...), their negatives (-1,-2,-3,...) and the number 0 in Assamese

intelectual stand point in Assamese

Intended to attract notice and impress others; in Assamese

intense economic, political, military, and ideological rivalry between nations, short of military conflict; sustained hostile political policies and an atmosphere of strain between opposed countries. in Assamese

Intense feelings of suffering; acute mental or physical pain. in Assamese

Intense, overpowering fear in Assamese

intensity of fire, destructive power of fire in Assamese

interest calculated on both the principal and the accured interest i.e. each time an interest is paid for an amount (the principal amount) deposited in a bank etc. it is added to the principal and thereafter it becomes a part of the principal and it grows in Assamese

interested in sports or liking sports in Assamese

internal substance or quality in Assamese

interrogaive pronoun used to ask about the subject of an action. in Assamese

interrupted or damaged by rain; e.g. rain-washed cricket match in Assamese

Interval of rest or relief in Assamese

Interval with respect to two real numbers is a set which contains all real numbers lies between the two numbers in Assamese

intoxicated by alcohol in Assamese

intoxicated with the Bihu fervour. in Assamese

Intoxicating liquor containing a colorless volatile flammable liquid - C2H5OH in Assamese

Intrinsic polar separation, alignment, or orientation, especially of a physical property: magnetic polarity; ionic polarity. in Assamese

introduced in 1969, they are a series of super fast, fully air conditioned passenger trains run by Indian Railways connecting the state capitals (and other prominent places) of India with New Delhi. These train get highest priority among the regular train in Assamese

Introduces something in contrast or unexpected. in Assamese

introduction of a drama in Assamese

Introductory part, esp. of a disclosure or treatise in Assamese

introductory remarks at the beginning of a book or writing in Assamese

intuitive knowledge of spiritual truths in Assamese

Involuntarily shaked with quick, short movements, as from fear, excitement, weakness, or cold in Assamese

Involuntarily shaking with quick, short movements, as from fear, excitement, weakness, or cold in Assamese

Involving bloodshed; besmeared in blood; that involves/shows lot of blood and/ or violence. in Assamese

Involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity. in Assamese

Involving neither organic life nor the products of organic life in Assamese

Involving or characterized by description; serving to describe. in Assamese

Involving the mind or an intellectual process. in Assamese

Involving three sides or parties in Assamese

involving two or more people or object together in Assamese

Invulnerable to fear or intimidation. in Assamese

Ipomoea quamoclit is a species of morning glory native to tropical regions of the New World from northern South America north to Mexico. It is an annual or perennial herbaceous twining vine growing to 1-3 m tall. The leaves are 2-9 cm long, deeply lobed ( in Assamese

iron etc. covered with rust. in Assamese

irregular or out of the right line (said of teeth) in Assamese

irritable, impatient, or sullen in a peevish or capricious way in Assamese

irritating stupid like a child in Assamese

is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the Cyprininae sub-family of the (Cyprinidae) family. It originates in inland waters in Asia, and is found in Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Myanmar. in Assamese

is an edible fern found throughout Asia and Oceania. It is probably the most commonly consumed fern, and is quite tasty, giving it the name vegetable in Assamese

is located to the south-west of Guwahati city, in Kamrup district of Assam, India[1] It is a permanent freshwater lake, in a former channel of the Brahmaputra River, to the south of the main river. It is also called a wetland under the Ramsar Convention w in Assamese

Islamic Teacher or Mohammedan Scholar or Teacher. in Assamese

It grows as a stout shrub that reaches a height of 170 cm (5 to 6 feet). Like the tomato which belongs to the same family, it bears yellow flowers and red fruit, though its fruit is berry-like in size and shape. Ashwagandha grows prolifically in India,Nep in Assamese

It is a bright yellow coloured bird with a solid black hood and black in wings and tail centre. It is a widespread resident of India.It is also a resident breeder in tropical southern Asia from India in Assamese

It is a circular-triangular bone of the human body, which protects the anterior articular surface of the knee joint. It is the largest sesamoid bone in the human body. in Assamese

It is a citrus fruit of pale green to yellow when ripe, larger than a grapefruit. It's pulp tastes sweet when ripe and has thick spongy rind. in Assamese

it is a edible berry of a cultivar group of the woody vine Actinidia deliciosa , previously known as chinese gooseberry in Assamese

It is a goose which breeds in Central Asia in colonies of thousands near mountain lakes.The Bar-headed Goose migrates over the Himalayas to spend the winter in India, in Assamese

It is a group of short plays created by Mohapurux Madhabdev, the disciple of Srimanta Sankardev. These plays describes the different activities of Lord Krishna's childhood. in Assamese

It is a kind of loach fish. in Assamese

it is a kind of matchlock used by the Ahoms in Assamese

It is a kind of waterbird of family Rallidae.It is commonly found in Assam. It is widely spread throughout india also common in south east Asia.Its a dark coloured bird with chestnut under parts and a clear white face,neck and breast. in Assamese

It is a large deciduous tree used in Burma as a source of lacquer used for producing varnish, water-proof or preservative paint, glue, ceramic and lacquerware. in Assamese

It is a large wading bird of about 68-70 cm in the stork family Ciconiidae. It is a resident breeder in tropical southern Asia from India and Sri Lanka east to Southeast Asia. It is a broad-winged soaring bird with white plumage, black wing flight feather in Assamese

It is a large Y-shaped protein used by the immune system of the body to identify and neutralize foreign objects like bacteria and viruses in Assamese

It is a large, noisy, water bird in the family Charadriidae. in Assamese

It is a mat kept in front of the main door before entering the house in Assamese

It is a medicinal plant that has been customarily used in the Indian subcontinent to hasten the process of healing in bone fractures. The plant grows throughout India, especially, in hotter regions and in Sri Lanka, The tendril climber has quadrangular st in Assamese

It is a metallic tool used in the handling and training of elephants. It consists of a hook (usually bronze or steel) which is attached to a two- or three-foot handle. manner. in Assamese

It is a nervous system ailment caused by thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency. It is common in people whose diet consists mainly of polished white rice (which contains little or no thiamine because the husk, which contains most of the thiamine, has been remov in Assamese

It is a perennial herb with a woody base and grows to a height of 0.5 - 2 meter. Its leaves are petiolate, opposite and occur in various sizes. Flowers are more than 50 cm in length and are greenish white in colour. in Assamese

It is a popular folk-drama of Assam particularly of the erstwhile Goalpara district. This performing art is accompanied by gan (song). It is largely believed, though other arguments are there, that the name ‘Kushan’ comes from the name of ‘Kusha’, one of in Assamese

It is a prominent plant in Indian culture and mythology. It is a night-blooming plant. The flowers are used in wedding ceremonies, garlands, decoration and various traditional rituals. in Assamese

It is a respiratory organ of aquatic animal (especially fish) by which it extract oxygen from water and the excrete of carbon dioxide. in Assamese

It is a small (17 cm) bird, essentially streaked brown with a white eyestripe, and in the male, a black chin.It is present in entire Indian subcontinent.It is generally seen in open country with standing crops and grasslands, feeds on grain or grass seeds in Assamese

it is a small herbaceous annual plant of the family Apiaceae, native to Asia and is used in Ayurvedic medicines in Assamese

It is a small passerine bird bigger than a sparrow of family Muscicapidae.It is a resident breeder in tropical southern Asia from Bangladesh, Pakistan, India and in Assamese

It is a small white bird and member of the monotypic genus Bubulcus of family Ardeidae.It is widespread in India, in Assamese

It is a species in the family Clusiaceae. The plant is named after the heaviness of its timber and cultivated in tropical climates for its form, foliage, and fragrant flowers. It is native to tropical Sri Lanka, India, southern Nepal, Indochina, and the M in Assamese

It is a town of Dhubri district in lower Assam. It is considered as the capital of Goalpariya culture. in Assamese

It is a tree growing between 3 and 5 m in height. The leaves are regular and rounded and the flowers white and large (7-9 cm), very characteristic. The fruits look like flat, long and thin green beans. The growth rate of tree is very rapid. It likes expos in Assamese

it is a tropical fish belonging to the minnow family (Cyprinidae). in Assamese

It is a type of turmeric and black in color. in Assamese

It is a type of turmeric and it also looks like ginger.It smells a little like mango and thus the name. in Assamese

It is a village on a ridge located at about 9 km from Haflong, district headquarters of the Dima Hasao (NC Hills) district in the State of Assam in India and most famous for its Bird Phenomenon. in Assamese

It is a widespread, adaptable species of shrew found mainly in South Asia but introduced widely throughout Asia. The habitat of this species (Suncus murinus) is normally near human settlement specifically near the house. Some also live on the ground in le in Assamese

It is an annual, erect or prostate entirely pubescent herb, often rooting at nodes with opposite, sessile, usually oblong, 2.5 - 7.5 cm long leaves with white appressed hairs having Floral heads 6-8 mm in diameter, solitary, white, achene compressed and n in Assamese

It is an Asian treepie, a member of the Corvidae (crow) family.The range of this species covers all of India up to the Himalayas, and in southeast Asia it is found in Burma (Myanmar), Laos, and Thailand. It is generally found in open forest consisting of in Assamese

It is an unique form of creative writing, introduced to Assamese literature by Dr. Nagen Saikia . They are neither proses nor poetries. It is a compact form of creative writing, compact by use and choice of words and frequent use of imagery . The subject in Assamese

It is fusion of gametes to form a new organism of the same species. In animals, the process involves a sperm fusing with an ovum, which eventually leads to the development of an embryo. in Assamese

It is one of the most popular festivals and local games, cracking by two eggs in Assamese

It is one of the most popular festivals and local games, fighting by two uffalo during the celebration of the Assamese harvest festival, locally known as Bhogali Bihu in Assam. in Assamese

It is one of the most popular festivals and local games, fighting by two birds, in Assamese

It is the basic unit of length in the metric system and in the International System of Units (SI), used around the world for general and scientific purposes, equivalent to 39.37 U.S. inches, originally intended to be, and being very nearly, equal to one t in Assamese

It is the brach of Calculus that is used for computations involving velocity and acceleration, the slope of a curve, and optimization. in Assamese

It is the branch of Calculus that is used for computations involving area, volume, arc length, center of mass, work, and pressure. in Assamese

It is the small seed-like fruit similar to that of the Bishop's Weed and also used to eat with paan. Ajwain probably originated in Egypt and the eastern Mediterranean area. It is very widely cultivated in black soil particularly along the riverbank in Eg in Assamese

It is the third highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8,586 metres (28,169 feet). Kangchenjunga is the highest mountain in India (though K2 is regarded as the highest mountain in India). Kangchenjunga translated means The Five Treasures of S in Assamese

It is used as raw material for pulp and paper, to make panel products and handicrafts, and for thatching and roofing. Attains the best growth in moist deciduous forests up to an altitude of 1000 metres. Prefers rich and moist soil, and thrives near perenn in Assamese

It is usually a perennial, evergreen, medicinal plant belonging to family Sterculiaceae. A moderate size or large tree with woody stem. in Assamese

it refers to small birds in Assamese

It's a Government of India mission to provide useful and relevant elementary education to all children of the country in the age group of 06 to 14 years by 2010 A.D, It also aims at bridging the social and gender gaps in the community. in Assamese

It's a kind of mat which is feels cold by nature. It is made from murta plants (Clinogyne dichotoma). in Assamese

It's a tropical vine grown for its small edible fruits. They may be eaten immature and green, or mature and deep red. The young shoots and leaves may also be eaten as greens. The fruit is commonly eaten in Indian cuisine. Natives of Thailand, Indonesia, in Assamese

Itchy inflamation of the skin, often caused by sweat, in Assamese

itchy, swollen and red bumps on the skin caused by allergies or bites of insects in Assamese

items of high value and rarely found. in Assamese

Items to be sold in the market in Assamese

Its a plant or herb that has long leave. The leaves are used to colour the lips of girls. in Assamese

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