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Halat/Haalat (हालत)

Origin: Arabic

Haalat is an Urdu word, it means “condition/state/circumstance” in English, while in Hindi it’s called as “shart/शर्त, avastha/अवस्था, paristithi/परिस्तिथि.”

For eg:Meri jazbon ki jo bhi halat hai, woh samjh lo na bin kahe” which means, “whatever is the condition of my feelings, please try to understand it, without saying anything.”

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