Dhinka Chika Meaning

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Dhinka chika definitely doesn't have a meaning. Not in Hindi at least. Though, it sounds close to a commonly used, I'd say local word, dhinchak. Dhinchak is generally used for something very good, interesting, superb etc. It seems Dhinka chika is a ringa ringa version of Dhinchak only. Either way, it's made to be danced upon. So dance up. Dhinka chika!

3 comments:

RABI said...

really good post...... keep it up

Anonymous said...

thought it would mean something in the south indian languages

Lyrics Toon said...

baara mahine mei baara tarike se tujhko pyaar sikhaunga mai, Nice Hindi Songs Lyrics Translation

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