Beginner’s Guide To Insulting People In Various Indian Languages
Swagatam. Satsriakal. Shabba Khair. Shubhratri.
Learning a new language is a thrilling experience. We live in a country where the social fabric is made up of multiple colorful threads which represent the different cultures.
As a part of these cultures, India has become home to numerous languages and to be true Indians, we need to learn a few things about these languages. And let’s be honest here, every time we come across someone who can speak a language we aren’t familiar with; we ask them to help us learn swear words.
Keeping up with this spirit, we have assembled a list of gaalis from different Indian languages that will help you understand the country better.
Used by Delhi guys to refer to a friend.
See also, behen ke lodhe.
Half the salutations contain these two words.
These words are rarely used as Bengalis have no time left after their intellectual debates on literature, art and politics.
These replies are staple when one teases Gujjus with ‘Kaemchho?’.
If you ask them ‘Aur tera telengana kaisa chal raha hai’, they generally reply with one of these.
No. Dialogues from Singham don’t contain profanity. Everything you’ve learnt from that movie doesn’t count.
No. ‘Whor ki haal hai’ isn’t a salutation to use in a red-light district.
Calling them communists isn’t considered a gaali, North Indians.
I will not crack a joke warna yeh page band ho jayega.
Now you know how to abuse and feel pure at the same time.
Bachpan ke gudde-gudiyo ka khel now sounds dirty.
Educate yourself, guys.
They are here to have Dosa and abuse; and they just ran out of coconut chutney.
Inki kadhi aur gaaliya, dono sahi hai.
You can hear it very often now that Rosogulla’s credit has been given to West Bengal.
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