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This is somewhat same-to-same...
Aal that is wokay.
But Anjali & Eshwari have another very useful purpose in the life of exaggerating school-girls. Suffix either of them to an adjective of your choice, taking care to stretch out their first syllables ('a' and 'e') as much as your common-sense permits.
See, like this:
Krodheeeeeeeeeshwari! (to describe the thaandava of an angry ladice)
*in teasing tone* Aaaha, Sundareeeeeeshwari! (when your tom-boy friend has taken extreme pains to dress up for the school carnival & actually ends up looking nice)
Aye, bookkaanjali! Come & play kho kho ya! (in addressing a friend who's nose is always in a book)
Ayyo, that Kumbhakarneeeeeshwari! Wake her up ya, its her wedding day today! (throw this at the one who can sleep for 12 hours at a stretch)
She's one cheateshwari (if shes a proven 'cheater')
Guggaaanjali (a guggu deserves to hear this)
Muggaaaaaaaanjali! (a mugpot)
If you now feel an unbearable desire in your heart to start attaching it to VERBS also...please do. The meaninglessness of the resultant word will have you doing paltis & clapping your hands with joy:
''Ive finished doing checkaanjali for this sum, take and copy now quickly''
''ill give you one kickeshawari if you use badbad words in front of elders''
*to noisy younger brother & his friends* ''can you khindly do shuttaanjali? Im trying to study for my final eggjam here.''