Used by bestfrends who keep warning you about thisandthat. And to their great joy & happiness, you dont ever listen.
Deepa: Poori, beda! Dont put yuvar hand in the threshing machine!
Poori: *putting hand in threshing machine* Immediately hand up to the elbow gets cut. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH! Help me Deeps, help me!!
Deepa: *rolling eyes upwards* Bekitha ninge?? Putt now. Puttt it the other hand also!
But it's also a versatile descriptive word, used to describe situations in which things are a hodge-podge jumble, or when something unsightly is happening.
In such a government, corruption rules the roost. He should not take the support (of any other party). If it is not possible to form a government, fresh elections should be held.
-- As quoted in popular press, December 2013
Frustrated Falguni: God, these roadworks mixed with monsoon have made a total khichdi of the road!
RegionNorth India, Delhi
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It is thought by the superstitious that bad things happen on that score, although an investigation by the magazine The Cricketer in the 1990s found that wickets are no more likely to fall on Nelson and indeed, the score at which most wickets fall is 0 (a duck). It may be considered unlucky because the number resembles a wicket without bails (a batsman is out when the bails fall from a wicket).
Umpire David Shepherd made popular the longstanding practice of raising a leg or legs from the ground on Nelson in an effort to avoid ill fate. When crowds noticed this, they would cheer his leg-raising.
Classic Toothbrush old doordarshan ad
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Dakuon ne kya kia
Sau rupe ki ghadi churayi
Aathane ki rabri khayi
Ab toh jail mei jana padega
Jail ki roti khani padegi
Jail ka paani peena padega
Ab toh jail mein jana padegaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa....(hands come down with this one)
Over time has lost this meaning and now means anything that provides "two benefits for the price of one". Now considered an insight into the Indian consumer psyche who is always looking for a little extra when he/she makes a purchase.