Hasratहसरत
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Hasrat is a popular pen name for Urdu poets in India and Pakistan. It is an Urdu word meaning "unfulfilled wish", which is derived from the Arabic word "Hasrah". One reason this word is favored by Urdu poets is that it has melancholy undertones.

Hasrat is baby boy name mainly popular in Muslim religion and its main origin is Arabic. Hasrat name meanings is Desire, Longing.
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Hasrat is written in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla as حسرت, हसरत, حاصرت, হাসরাত. Other similar sounding names can be Hasan, Hasanain, Hasanat, Haseeb, Haseen, Hasham, Hashash, Hasher, Hashid, Hashim, Hashimi, Hashir, Hashmat, Hasib, Hasif, Hasiib, Hasim, Hasin, Hask, Hasnain.

Each letter meanings in Hasrat Name.

  • H Heart, warm and loving.
  • A Approachable, constantly meeting new people
  • S Sincere, a model of truth.
  • R Radiant, it's your personality!
  • A Acquaintance, the many friends you know.
  • T Time, you give to friends.

Popular personalities with Hasrat Name.

Hasrat Jaipuri

Hasrat Jaipuri was a lyricist. He was most prominent from 1949 to 1999. Hasrat was given the name Iqbal Hussain on April 15th, 1922 in Jaipur. He died on September 17th, 1999.

Chiragh Hasan Hasrat

Chiragh Hasan Hasrat is a poet and journalist. Chiragh was born Chiragh Hasan Hasrat in Baramulla.

Write Hasrat in Urdu, Hindi, Arabic, Bangla
(Hasrat pronunciation in different languages)

Urdu: حسرت
Hindi: हसरत
Arabic: حاصرت
Bangla: হাসরাত

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