Synonyms for soneri or Related words with soneri

agrani              sabuj              chashme              sanchita              khoobsoorat              dayavan              gharwali              shatru              fareb              rupali              sanjh              sahkari              baddoor              sautela              bablu              muskan              gangaram              manva              dhamaka              satyakam              shaitaan              chakki              nanubhai              aarzoo              rupaiyaa              bhootnath              rajendrudu              barood              dongalu              jyot              zakhmi              shreshtha              popatlal              rammurti              aahuti              banshi              chhote              daata              gajendrudu              chakori              khooni              baaje              neeli              pravesh              kolacase              chidiya              swarg              khelte              neelo              jaisi             

Examples of "soneri"
PACRA has given long term rating of AA- and short term rating of A1+ to Soneri Bank Limited.
Soneri Bank Limited is one of Pakistan's commercial banks, having branches in all major cities of Pakistan. Its Central Office is located in PNSC Building, Karachi. It is a mid-size bank having about over 260 branches country-wide. It's registered office is in Lahore. Soneri Bank started its operation in year 1992.
Matkari worked as a columnist for newspapers and magazines in the 1970s. He wrote the column "Soneri Savalya" (सोनेरी सावल्या) in "Apale Mahanagar" (आपले महानगर) for four years.
Jhinabhai Desai introduced Haiku in Gujarati literature and popularized it. "Soneri Chand Rooperi Suraj" (1967) is the collection of 359 haiku and six Tanka poems. "Kevalveej" (1984) and "Sunrise on the Snowpeaks" are his other haiku collections. Dhiru Parikh published Haiku collection titled "Aagiya" in 1982.
Banks like Bank Al-Habib, Allied Bank, HBL, Soneri Bank, Sindh Bank, NBP, Bank Alfalah etc. are the major Banking & Financial Institutions which have branches in Quaid Township. Insurance Companies like State Life & Jubilee also have their offices in different set of locations all across Quaid Township.
The GLA publishes irregularly its journal "Ashmita", and some anthologies from time to time. It has also published Gujarati Language text books for its courses and examinations. The GLA examination programme was recognized by the Gujarat State Government, and the decree was signed by the then Gujarat Minister of Education, Mr Karshandas Soneri.
The university campus covers more than . The hills provide a picturesque background. The Aurangabad caves are embedded in the campus. The Soneri Mahal (Golden Palace), an ancient monument at the foot of the hills, is at the center of the campus, while Bibi Ka Maqbara is at the north side.
He introduced "haiku", Japanese short form of poetry, in Gujarati literature and popularized it. "Soneri Chand Rooperi Suraj" (1967) is the collection of 359 haiku and six tanka poems. "Kevalveej" (1984) and "Sunrise on the Snowpeaks" are his other haiku collections.
The campus of NIELIT Centre, Aurangabad (formerly DOEACC Society, Aurangabad Centre) is inside the Dr B.A.M. University, Aurangabad The site spreads over more than 18 acres. The Aurangabad Caves are near to the campus. The Soneri Mahal (Golden Palace), an ancient monument at the foot of the hills, is also near to the center of the campus, while Bibi Ka Maqbara is at the north side.
Some novels or novellas were also written for children. "Gulabi Aarass Ni Laggi" by Harikrishna Pathak, "Tilli" by Mahendra Trivedi, "Navjivan Shala" by Madhav Desai, "Durga No Deepak" by Shraddha Trivedi, "Varun Nu Soneri Swapna" by Madhusudan Parekh, "Prakash Na Parevada" by Kanaiyalal Joshi, "Khovayeli Duniyani Safare" by Yashwant Mehta are some novels. Some women in the children's literature are Jagruti Ramanuj, Sulbha Depurkar, Usha Upadhyay, Aruna Mistry, Lata Hirani, Bepsy Engineer, Kalindi Parikh, Neha Kansara, Pushpa Antani, Neeta Ramaiya and Tarlika Mehta.
Pudhari has 12 editions viz. Pune, Mumbai, Nasik, Kolhapur, Sangli, Satara, Ahmednagar, Solapur, Ratnagiri,Sindhudurga, Goa and Belagaum. It circulates more than 9 lac copies daily and has readership exceeding more than 40 Lacs. It has weekly features like Bahar, Soneri, Vishwasanchar, Ankur, Kasturi, Career, Arogya and Bhoomiputra. It has given a platform to empower women through its women club "Kasturi" and at the same time also runs a kids club called "Ankur".
There are several ethnic groups in Saddar Town including Muhajirs, Punjabis, Christians, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Seraikis, Pakhtuns, Balochs, Memons, Bohras and Ismailis. Garden West contains a number of dine-in and takeaway restaurants such as Pizza Hut, Broast 4 You, Karachi Haleem. The banks in Garden West; Soneri Bank, Bank AL Habib, Standard Chartered, facilitate the residents much effectively.The famous Ismaili "Jamatkhana" is also situated in this area called Platinum Jamatkhana, which is one of the beautiful Jamatkhana in Karachi.
Antani has started his career with short stories. "Holarav" (1983), "Ranzanavu" (1989), "Ahin Koi Rahetun Nathi", "Pachha Valvu" and "Tane Khabar Nathi, Niru" (2008) are his collections of short stories. "Potpotano Varsad" (1992), "Tya Maru Ghar Hatu" (2004), "Atmani Nadina Kanthe" and "Dhumadani Jem" are his collections of essays. His essays under "Doobaki" series include "Doobki", "Marjeeva", "Koik Smit", "Sugandh ane Smriti", "Saat Secondnu Ajavalu", "Soneri Bund". He edited "Gujarati Navalikachayan: 1994-95" (on short stories), "2005 ni Shreshth Vaartao" (Best Stories of 2005) and "Gamvato" (Essays of Manilal H.Patel).
KE in a major value addition departed from conventional practice of bill payment and established a system of online payment service in collaboration with 12 leading banks of the country, becoming the first power utility in Pakistan to bring the convenience of an integrated and round the clock online bill payment service. The banks are: Allied Bank, Burj Bank, Bank Al Habib, HBL, KASB Bank, MCB Bank, Standard Chartered bank, Summit Bank, Samba Bank, Soneri Bank and UBL. Customers can log on to, the KE official website, anytime and from anywhere in the world, and pay by using their 13 digit account number. KE customers can also visit their own internet banking page and pay their power bills by entering their 13 digit KE account number. This convenient service saves them from waiting for the printed bill to arrive and physically visiting bank branches and standing in queues. Customers not familiar with online payment, have been offered other value added alternate payment facilities via Easy Paisa outlets, UBL Omni shops and NADRA offices by just presenting their 13 digit account number at a much wider distribution network of these institutions.
Savarkar wrote more than 10,000 pages in the Marathi language. His literary works in Marathi include ""Kamala"", ""Mazi Janmathep"" (My Life Sentence), and most famously "1857 - The First War of Independence", in which Savarkar popularised the term "First War of Independence" for what the British referred to as the "Sepoy Mutiny". Another book was "Kale Pani" ("Black Water" which means "life sentence" on the island prison on the Andaman islands), which reflected the treatment of Indian Independence activists by the British. To counter the then British propagated view that India's history was a saga of continuous defeat, he wrote an inspirational historical work, "Saha Soneri Pane" (Six Golden Pages), recounting some of the "Golden periods" of Indian history. At the same time, religious divisions in India were beginning to be exacerbated. He described what he saw as the atrocities of British and Muslims on Hindu residents in Kerala in the book, "Mopalyanche Band" (Muslims' Strike) and also "Gandhi Gondhal" (Gandhi's Confusion), a political critique of Gandhi's politics. Savarkar, by now, had become a committed and persuasive critic of the Gandhian vision of India's future.