Ayyari/ Ayyaari/ Aiyaari/ Aiyaary Meaning | ऐयारी

So you haven't seen Chandrakanta, right? Because if you had, you'd know what aiyaary means. That's how I know.

Aiyaary is a term very frequently used in the magic related Hindi novels of the late 19th and early 20th century. It's a word which loosely means 'wizardry' or 'magic', though if you want to be more specific, it had often to do with changing one's appearance with the help of magic.

The word has a negative connotation, and aiyaari is often connected with deception and villainy. Aiyaary is the title of a film directed by 'A Wednesday' director Neeraj Pandey, starring Siddharth Malhotra, Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher and Naseeruddin Shah.

The wizard who does all this (mostly bad) magic is called an aiyyaar.

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