The word “shashi tharoor” is one of the longest words in Hindi literature. I am not a big fan of long words, especially ones that are spoken with a monotone tone and volume, but to me, this is a perfect example of how far a long word has come in the recent times. Shashi tharoor is the second longest word in the English language, after the word “shakespeare”.
Shashi tharoor has been used in Hindi for long, but the word was first used by the ancient Sanskrit poet, Valmiki. Valmiki used the word to describe a person who had no real voice, but was able to speak through a wooden pipe and a wooden vessel.
Shashi tharoor is a perfect example of how words are evolving with use in different languages. As far as I can tell, it’s a very long word, but it’s also very monotone. Like a long word, though, it’s used in the sense of a word that is short, but it’s not used to mean the same thing in different languages.
One of the reasons I love shashi tharoor is because he’s been able to use this word with us for so long that people might not always hear it, but we’ve all heard it so it’s worth repeating. It’s also worth repeating because it’s a very, very long word, and some people might just think it is a sentence, but it’s not. Its just a long word.
Hes written the longest sentences in the world in his book of essays, and hes not just a sentence, but he goes so far as to say hes a sentence. I say this again for the thousandth time: in his essay “Shashi Tharoor: One Word, Three Thoughts” hes been quoted saying hes a sentence, and hes been quoted as saying that hes a sentence.
Now most people think hes a sentence, but hes a word. Hes been quoted as saying hes a sentence because hes been quoted as saying hes a word, and hes been quoted as saying hes a sentence because hes been quoted as saying hes a sentence.
He’s a sentence, but there are plenty of phrases that he just uses to describe him. For example, he said he was one of the 20th century’s greatest architects of modernism, which, in turn, made him one of the most famous architects of the 20th century.
Hes been quoted as saying hes a word because hes been quoted as saying hes a sentence because hes been quoted as saying hes a phrase that means he is someone famous for being famous and he is one of the 20th century’s greatest architects.
So what? His words are words, and we can take them as a statement that he is a famous architect, but that doesnt make him a sentence. Words that convey meaning do not have sentences in them. They are a part of the sentence, but they are not its defining parts. Shashi Tharoor is famous for being famous, but hes not famous for being famous.