In the dialect of Auri, ba or na, what are the words for pause (virama), but in Bhojpuri, ba – “athee” bha “ethua” bha “ethu”. Example sentence- “The meal should consist of dal, rice, vegetables, chutney and salad, and there should be ati … and there should be raita.” The man who said “guest” took time to think. When the person eavesdropping on the conversation hears “Athi”, it becomes clear that the person in front will forget the forgotten word. “Athi” va “ethua” va “ethu” is a word that teaches us to be patient. This is why Bhojpuri’s status was said to have been reduced. Now go ahead. Some people get into the habit of saying catchphrases. Catchphrase means catchphrase, Jauner catchphrase in English is called Jala, ie – “J or what”. Some keep repeating the catchphrase “J ba se ki” after every two-three sentences in Batiawala’s order.
The definition of catch phrase is – it is a phrase that a person uses over and over again. People came to know that this is the way of speaking of such and such a person. Popular catchphrases include “Thek Kahtani Ki Nai?”, “Galti Kahtani?” Ah “or no no?” could not join For many people, catchphrases have become complementary sentences. Okra said without saying, Ore did not meet the satisfaction of people.
Some people’s catchphrase was “Hey Show”. Before you say something you like, before you utter a sentence, say “Hey look”. Now I got to know the man’s style of speech and after hearing “yes show” he started paying attention to his words. The rest know his style, anyway. Therefore, some people say “means” as a catchphrase. Example- “We continue to perform puja in the temple, meaning we keep the flower branch in our hands.” Now Aiza Temple Gayla means no flowers. A person like this has never uttered the word “means”, why does this word become a catchphrase? “That’s a great samosa, I mean, what store can get samosas like this?” Meanwhile, some people coined catchphrases like “Ab Ka Kahin”. Mard hokhe va mehraru kuch lagan me har batiya me – “O God!” Whatever is said, get used to it.
Many say that this whole catchphrase magnetized them through language and speech. Hence, “Hey Mori Daiya” was also a catchphrase. Some people’s catchphrase is “Hey L”. Hearing some incident the man said “Hai la”. Okra later responds to you. Some people’s “dur” and Kehu’s “ab ka karin” were the catchphrases. Can’t say which catchphrase caught. self interest
After Kehur Jadi Chaitanya Kar, he addressed Okra with “O Man”. Like- “Hey man, go to the bazaar with a towel, wear tight clothes…” V- “Hey man, go on any pilgrimage, want money in your pocket…” Now Kehu may say that these are completely meaningless words, but if you look closely you will see the beauty of language and dialect. Catchphrases are also indicative of dialect diversity. The catchphrase in English is Hola, the catchphrase is Hola. Eg – “Vicious Circle”, Cheap Thrills. Takiya Kalam Naikhe in Khali Bhojpuri, or Orio language. But there is more to say about Bhojpuri. Now, when talking to Raura, “or no no?”
Don’t think “Whoah” if you don’t see anything objectionable. So why do I like to say the catchphrase “Are you wrong?” The angel of the moment turned to me. It’s a funny thing. When I repeatedly say “Would you say it was a mistake?” A person who listens to what he has to say will listen quietly. Yes, no, don’t say anything. The man in front kept talking and said, “Would you say wrong?” A Rura Bani remained silent without any comment. The man at the front continued his discussion. He didn’t care whether I should say or not. Okra bat kahala se mane ba.
OK, what else? I met my close relatives and friends for a long time and a temporary catchphrase came up among people – “Auri Kul Sunayen”. A man repeatedly told Dosarka this. I’ll say it all, but some people definitely will. Now if Kehu repeats, “Ari kul sunai” then how many ari kul did the man talking to okra say? In such a situation I could not say how many things you have said to me, O Maharaj. Don’t tell the whole story. No, he couldn’t say that even if he wanted to. Wiza Mariyada came and stood up. Finally heard ‘Ago Auri Takia’ – “Aori Kul Thik Banu?” If a close person repeatedly asks this question, why can’t he stop me from eating it? Every time Rura says “Whoah”. The glory of Takiya Kalam is limitless. Gaur on Akra, Anand Amla on Qila. Where did this language come from? True magnetism was born out of nothing.
(Disclaimer – The author is a senior journalist and this is his personal opinion.)