Amanat is not a Hindi word as such—it is one of those words that got mixed in Hindi from Arabic, Turkish, Persian and other languages.
The word Amanat is commonly used for anything that is important and significant but is kept with a person who is not the owner. The Hindi word for it would be धरोहर—Dharohar.
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Nowadays, a lot of people use this word as a name for girl child.
It simply means something valuable that is kept with somebody for some time or due to some reason. The keeper of Amanat is expected to protect it and preserve it as much as possible.
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|Transliterated Word||Hindi||English Meaning|
|Amanat||अमानत||Deposition, Deposit, Trust|