English translation of 'मान्यता'
nf/manyata, mAnyatA, maanyataa, mānyatā, manyta, mAnytA, maanytaa, mānytā/
1. accreditation /əˌkredɪˈteɪʃən अˌक्रेडिˈटेइशन्/ uncountable noun
...the Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education.
2. assumption countable noun
If you make an assumption, you suppose that something is true, sometimes wrongly.
Their assumption is that all men and women think alike.
3. currency uncountable noun
If ideas, expressions, or customs have currency, they are generally used and accepted by people at that time.[formal]
There were many years of silence before the term 'Holocaust' gained currency.
4. recognition uncountable noun
When a person receives recognition for the things that they have done, people acknowledge the value or skill of their work.
Her father's work has received popular recognition.
5. supposition countable noun
A supposition is an idea or statement which someone believes or assumes to be true, although they may have no evidence for it.[formal]
There's a popular supposition that we're publicly funded but the bulk of our money comes from competitive contracts.
But as with many such suppositions in natural history, no one had ever tested it.
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Translation of मान्यता from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary