1. "Aadhar card is done here"

  2. "Aadhar card done here"

Are the both correct?

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  • They are both arguably incorrect. Can you provide some context please? – Max Williams Jan 31 at 11:14
  • @MaxWilliams outside a aadhar card centre it has been written "Aadhar card done here" – Kumar sadhu Jan 31 at 11:28
  • I don't think this question can be rescued with further context, as neither expression makes sense. I'm flagging it as off-topic ("belongs on ELL"). Hi Kumar, you may not be aware that this EL&U site is for "linguists, etymologists, and serious English language enthusiasts", whereas your question is probably more suited to our other site English Language Learners. If you have a question for ELL, be sure to read their guidance on what you can ask. :-) – Chappo Jan 31 at 11:51
  • British and American speakers will not know what "Aadhaar card" is. (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. India) I didn't until @Afaq answered. Next time, explain. Do not presume. – Mari-Lou A Jan 31 at 11:59

Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) by taking a person's biometric details such as iris scan and fingerprints, and demographic information like date of birth and address.

When they are saying Adhaar card done here they are referring to a process, so it's not wrong to say "Aadhar card is done here" or "Aadhar card done here"

both of them are correct.

for reference

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