Definition of marg in English:

marg

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Pronunciation: /mɑːɡ
 
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noun

[usually in place names] Indian
A road or street: Mahatma Gandhi Marg
More example sentences
  • It is said the old Sher Shah Suri marg used to pass close to the pond.
  • Cox wrote of the work that "it is visible, through the central doorway, to passers-by from Kasturba Ghandi Marg and constitutes part of the perimeter wall."
  • Devon has been designated Ghandi Marg for the Indian stretch of the street.

Origin

via Hindi from Sanskrit mārga 'way, road'.

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