Keywords: multivariable Hfunction, general polynomials, Gfunction, hypergeometric function
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1. Introduction
The Hfunction of several complex variables is defined by Srivastava and Panda ^{[1]} as:
 (1.1) 
where
 (1.2) 
for all and
 (1.3) 
The Hfunction of several complex variables in (1.1) converges absolutely if
 (1.4) 
where
 (1.5) 
The general polynomials have been defined and introduced by Srivastava ^{[2]} as following
 (1.6) 
where arbitrary positive integers and the coefficient are are arbitrary constants, real or complex.
2. Main Result
In this section, we have derived the following integral
 (2.1) 
provided that and
Proof: In obtain result (2.1), first we express the Hfunction of several complex variables in terms of MellinBarnes contour integrals using eq. (1.1) and the general polynomial in series from given by eq. (1.6). Now interchanging the order of summation and integration which is permissible under the stated conditions, we obtain
 (2.2) 
Evaluating the above zintegral with the help of a known result given ^{[4]} and reinterpreting the result thus obtained in terms of Hfunction of rvariables, we reach at the desired result.
3. Special Cases
I. Taking and the result in (2.1) reduces to the following integral transformation:
II. When we put in (2.1) we get the following transformation
III. If and the result in (2.1) reduces to the known result with a small modification derived by Garg and Mittal ^{[6]}.
4. Conclusion
Finally we conclude with the remark that results and the operators proved in this paper appear to be new and likely to have useful applications to a wide range of problems of mathematics, statistics and physical sciences.
References
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[2]  H. M. Srivastava, A multilinear generating function for the konhauser sets of biorthogonal polynomials suggested by the Laguerre polynomials, Pacific J. Math. 117 (1985) 183191. 
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[4]  F. Oberhettinger, Tables of Mellin transforms (Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: SpringerVerlag) (1974) p.22. 
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[5]  H. M. Srivastava, K. C. Gupta and S. P. Goyal, the Hfunction of one and two variables with applications (New Delhi and Madras: South Asian Publ.) (1982) p. 11, 1819. 
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[6]  Mrigula Gang and Shweta Mittal, on a new unified integral, Proc. India Acad. Sci. (Math. Sci.) vol. 114, 2 (2004), pp. 99101. 
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