Khyamat and anth difference

rmidha June 12, 2017, 10:45 am
There are two ways to say end in Hindi. What is the difference. You have khyamat कयामत and anth अंत. What is the difference between them and in what contexts are these words used.
Khyamat and anth difference
Sudhanshu - Rocket Languages Tutor June 15, 2017, 8:59 am
कयामत is an Urdu word ( is used in Hindi also) , it means  'End of the universe/Dooms day" 

अंत is an Hindi word, it means "end" and can be used widely -ending , conclusion, cessation, finished,death etc.  
Khyamat and anth difference

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