Ok/ Oak/ Okk/ Okh meaning (Context: Rangeele/ Kailasa)

There is a line in Kailasa's 'O Rangeele' which says Oak se to pee le. The Meaning of Oak (that's the closest pronunciation if English words are considered) or ok or okk or okh, whatever you want to spell it as, is the open palm that is used to drink something falling from a source.

So here the literal meaning of oak se to pee le is 'drink with your palm.' However, the deeper meaning is something about drinking love as it comes from the source, unadulterated, unfiltered.

1 comment:

shivpal rabde said...

it is a motivational song
great lines i listen every morning
it gives me new direction

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