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aam bhasha

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India Quiz
Bitotsav 2013
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  • 1. BHASA
  • 2. > 6 questions> +10 for direct> +10 for pass> No negatives
  • 3. 1. Originates from the tamil word by the same name and pronunciation, very popular with urban north indian youth (pretty unaware of its southern origin) . the word is used to point out a good for nothing, loser with all the time in the world sort of a person
  • 4. Vella
  • 5. 2. Hindi slang word used by people of Fiji for "what" - Comes from two Hindi words "Kaun" and "Cheej"
  • 6. Konchi
  • 7. 3. The word was popularized by bus conductors in the city of Bangalore, but the origin is not yet clear. It could mean Right! as in Right, we can now go... or could have been derived from Alright... lets go on... Irrespective of what it came from, what we do know is that, once said, most people in vehicular control, prefer getting mobile and moving on
  • 8. Aaight
  • 9.  _______ is a narrative device in Punjabi folk music. Originally the device was used as an innocent observer to make incisive observations – often humorous , sometimes sad but always touching . It was only later on that it was transformed by other singers to represent a young girl , the form one may have observed in bollywood songs.
  • 10. Jugni
  • 11.  Conventional electro-magnetic energy meters did not record consumption if the load was very small. The indicator tended not to move when at night there was no other electrical load. This theory gives the explanation for which popular household misnomer in India.
  • 12. Zero Watt Bulbs
  • 13.  X is lunch, or any light meal. It originated in British India, and is found primarily in Indian English. In South India and in Nepal, the term is generally used for between-meals snacks. Outside South India, the word mostly refers to any packed lunch. Id X
  • 14. Tiffin

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