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Aawara/Awara

Origin: Persian

Aawaarah is a Urdu word, it means “without home” in English, while in Hindi it’s called as “beghar.”

Aawaarah also means, “wanderer/vagrant/destitute” in English, while in Hindi it’s called as “pathik/besahara.”

For eg: “Fitrat patang jaisi, aawara hai badhi” which means “like a kite, (our) nature is very vagrant.”

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