Karamjale/ Karamjala/ Karamjali Meaning

Karamjali is one of the favorite swear words that come to one's mind when you think of old movies with a lot of domestic verbal violence, and most of the times, Lalita Pawar there. :)

Karamjala, or Karamjale, or Karamjali, is made of two parts, Karam, that is 'karm', meaning works, deeds, and Jalna, to burn. So someone whose deeds are bad, is called karamjala (for male) or karamjali (for female) or karamjale (for plural, or as the case may rarely be, but is so in the khaleefa song of Lekar Hum Deewana Dil, respectable way, the respect of course being fake here).

2 comments:

Anup Pandey said...

"Khaleefa song of Humshakals"????

Harshit Gupta said...

@Anup

Thanks. Just caught it. And then I knew what the comment would be. :)

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