Hindi movies script (in devanagari)

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Hi,

I like studying Hindi watching a movie at home and it is perfect when I have the script in devanagari. I have already pakeezah, mughal-e-azam, baghban and taare zamin par. Yesterday I discovered this* :

http://www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/p...saries/delacy/

This afternoon I go and buy umaro jaan (1981) and baghban cause I want to study theses movies (and again sholay and again taare zamin par) during my stay.

* I knew already the high quality of Frances Pritchett's page (Those who are interesting in the Babaseb Ambedkar's life will be very happy to visit it).
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I like studying Hindi watching a movie at home and it is perfect when I have the script in devanagari. I have already pakeezah, mughal-e-azam, baghban and taare zamin par.
As for Mughal-e-Azam - have you wondered what "takhliya" means? That's what Akbar alias Prithviraj Kapoor keeps saying.
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It means to leave the scene, and leave him alone...Or were you saying that to bitchou, Golghar?
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Of course I know what that means but audiences in 1960 didn't. Typical question: अकबर तक़िया लाने को क्यों कह रहा है? (Akbar takiya lane ko kyon kah raha hai? = Why is Akbar asking for a pillow?)
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Sorry for the delay

Hi,

I was trying to make iso copy of my new dvd, baghban and urmao jaan. As I have no internal reader on my computer my external one was busy (and I have not finished).

Looking for takhliya (तखलिया) : this an unhabited, deserted or desolate place, the kind of place you go to be alone and make meditation, or when you have no other place (but I did not practice Hindi since three years, so I found it in the dictionary).

Golghar, I like the sentence you gave us - Why is Akbar asking for a pillow? -. So, it was "takiyaa", not "takhaliyaa". Can you please tell me where you find it in the script ? Sure this movie is old where we find a lot of Urdu / Persan words nobody use nowadays in India.

When I will have time I will find a special word in pakeezah I will offer you (we had headache with this one). I found it ! After ~ 1h06mn (after calte calte) saahabjaan, on a balcony, is talking to another young women on the other side of the street. And the woman say - listen sister, I need something from you -... - your head ornament -. What do you hear, how you write it, where and when was it used ? That was a big question.

Now I return to my iso copy.
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Akbar says "takhliya" whenever he wants to be alone. It means, among other things, "Disperse!". This is certainly not everyday Hindi or Urdu. It is a kind of "Mughal" Urdu invented by Kamal Amrohi* for the 1939 film "Pukar" and subsequently copied by other script writers.

*better known as Mr. Meena Kumari
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Thanks Golgarh,

for your definitions. The same than...

Dr Hardev Bahri in his unilingual dictionary (Rajpal) wrote (1. निर्जन स्थान 2. तनहाई 3. खाली करना (1. ~ desolated place and 2. make place)

In an Urdu-Hindi kosh I found the same two meanings* (with the źnormal╗ nukta under kh) it comes from arabic language and means 1. खाली करना, रिक्त करना 2. एकांत स्थान, निर्जन स्थान।

and thanks because you were talking about this movie and I watched again my favorite competition for love between Bahar and Anarkali. Superb!

Do you hear "taktib" in Pakeezah ?

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* Some others sources, not so good :

http://pustak.org/ तखलिया पुं० [अ० तख्लियः] एकांत या निर्जन स्थान। (~desolated place)

In a dictionary of synonyms I found एकांत-वास, एकांत स्थान (~desolated place)
In another dictionary (Patak)*: a solitary place.
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What's that supposed to be?
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Hi Golgarh,

I was student in Hindi (2009). I was lucky enough to stay in a small village of Chhattisgarh by a friend who loves literature in Hindi and English, who had studied Urdu too. And he knows a Gwaliyeri Urdu poet*...

At a time there was a problem with this takxtiib and with some customs in Muslim wedding. So my friend gave a call to his friend,the Gwaliyeri poet, who answered - takxtiib is a kind of head ornament the women of Lucknow were used to wear in some special occasion -.

With my Frenglish I understood it had a point on the top of the head from where few silver chains were going down with an angle and unified with an horizontal chain running around the head a little above the eyes.

This is fantastic to explain this in a language which is not mine. It is so easy in French. Hope you will not mind my mistakes in English (and in Hindi, sure - tell me, I need to improve).

* http://muslimsaleem.wordpress.com/20...sh-urdu-world/
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Need script of Mughal-e-Azam

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Originally Posted by bitchou View Post Hi,

I like studying Hindi watching a movie at home and it is perfect when I have the script in devanagari. I have already pakeezah, mughal-e-azam, baghban and taare zamin par. Yesterday I discovered this* :

http://www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/p...saries/delacy/

This afternoon I go and buy umaro jaan (1981) and baghban cause I want to study theses movies (and again sholay and again taare zamin par) during my stay.

* I knew already the high quality of Frances Pritchett's page (Those who are interesting in the Babaseb Ambedkar's life will be very happy to visit it).
Dear Mike,

Can you please email the script of the movie Mughal-e-Azam
Thank in you in anticipation.

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Hii bitchou!! its great to hear that you are fond of Hindi movies..You can also see many more hindi movies like Bajirao mastani, Mohenjo-Daro, bahubali etc..these are one of the most recent,famous and interesting movies
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Thank you ajit!
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Can you please email the script of the movie Mughal-e-Azam
Thank in you in anticipation.

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Dear A K Koli,

This belong to a teacher (and his students) of the Inalco in Paris. So I consider this is not my property.

If you search on Internet with Inalco or Lucknow you will find a way to contact him. His name is Azhar Abbas.
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Dear A K Koli,

There the scripts are not protected. So everybody can search.

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