zindabad


zindabad
zindabad /zinˈdä-bäd/ (Ind and Pak)
interjection
Long live
ORIGIN: Urdu

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • zindabad — UK [ˈzɪndəˌbɑːd] / US [ˈzɪndəˌbɑd] interjection Indian English used when you call out the name of someone or something in order to show that you support them or it Congress Party zindabad! …   English dictionary

  • zindabad — interjection (in South Asia) A shout of encouragement; a cheer, which can also be interpreted to mean may [idea or person] live forever in praise of a leader, for example …   Wiktionary

  • Khalistan Zindabad Force — Infobox militant organization name = Khalistan Zindabad Force leader = Ranjit Singh Neeta foundation = 1985 area = Pakistan and India ideology = Khalistan allies = enemies = India status = The European Union classifies the Khalistan Zindabad… …   Wikipedia

  • Shankar Dada Zindabad — Infobox Film name = Shankar Dada Zindabad caption = director = Prabhu Deva producer = Akkineni Ravishankal, Gemini Kilan eproducer = aproducer = writel = Rajkumal Hilani Paluchuri Blothers starring = Chiranjeevi, Srikanth, Karishma Kotak, Dilip… …   Wikipedia

  • Inquilab Zindabad — (Devanagari: इंक़लाब ज़िदाबाद, Nastaleeq: انقلاب زندہ باد) is a Hindustani phrase which translates to Long Live Revolution . It was a common phrase used by revolutionaries during the British rule over India. It was popularized in the activities… …   Wikipedia

  • Bhagat Singh — Infobox revolution biography name=Bhagat Singh Unicode|ਭਗਤ ਸਿੰਘ بھگت سنگھ dateofbirth=September 27, 1907 placeofbirth=Lyallpur, Punjab, British India dateofdeath=March 23, 1931 placeofdeath=Lahore, Punjab, British India caption=Bhagat Singh at… …   Wikipedia

  • Naushad — This article is about the Indian film musician Naushad. For the Indian/Pakistani film musician, see Nashad. Naushad Ali Naushad in 2005 Background information Born December …   Wikipedia

  • Mughal-e-Azam — For the 2008 comedy film, see Maan Gaye Mughal e Azam. Mughal e Azam Directed by K. Asif Produced by …   Wikipedia

  • Vive, Viva — Vive , Viva and Vivat are interjections used in the Romance languages. Vive in French, Viva in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish, and Vivat in Latin and Romanian are subjunctive forms of the verb to live . They literally mean, live! (imperative… …   Wikipedia

  • Dilip Prabhavalkar — (Marathi: दिलीप प्रभावळकर) is an Indian Marathi film and television actor. Although he has established himself as a prominent Marathi stage and movie actor for a while now, he became particularly known on the national scene for his portrayal of… …   Wikipedia