Jagjit singhs movie which he sang dhai din na jawani naal?
He did not sing it for any movie. He sang it at a concert. And it was, as far as I know, not incorporated into any movie.
It is a nice song by Jagjit Singhi, i don't know Punjabi wanted to know the meaning of its lyrics..
Dhai akshar prem ke
The duration of Dhai Akshar Prem Ke is 2.78 hours.
Dhai fat dhai
Dhai Akshar Prem Ke was created on 2000-10-17.
Panna Dhai was the wet nurse of Maharana Udai Singh of Mewar. (A wet nurse is a woman who breast feeds and cares for another's child)
It was built by Muhammed Ghori.
khukrains are the top and dhai ghar are a part of khatris
kakkar belong to punjabi khatri caste.They belong to the dhai ghar including kapoor, malhotra and seth.
Ash and Abhishek are husband and wife married. They were first seen together in Dhai Akshar Prem ke. They were not married back then.
Panna Dhai, a 16th century Rajput woman of the Kheechee tribe, nursemaid to Udai Singh, the fourth son of Maharana SANGRAM SINGH I (SANGA) (1509-1527). Her name, Panna means emerald, and dhai means a wet nurse in hindi language. She had been given charge of young Udai, breast - feeding him virtually from his birth in 1522, along with her own son Chandan (also known as Moti), who was of similar age and Udai's playmate… Read More
The cast of Anokha - 1975 includes: Tulsi Ratnesh Vikrant Raka Dhai Mehar Banu Omi Chopra Ved Gandhi Vijayendra Ghatge Mohan Jerry Imtiaz Khan as Shambu Khanna, the American Master Kotak as Kishan Bipin Kumar Mehar Mittal Brajendra Mohan Sheikh Moosa Mirza Musharraf Naresh Pralm Badri Prasad Gulab Rao Master Sakka Mohan Sherry as Dhanoo Gurjinder Virk Zarina Wahab as Sudha Manchanda
In PUNJAB the hierarchy among the castes is as below: At the top place reside the Kshatriyas/Khatris of Punjab. Within Kshatriyas their is ranking too which is as below: Aikam Ghar (Rehal) and Khukhrain (Anand, Bhasin, Chadha, etc.) Dhai Ghar (Kapoor, Khanna, Malhotra) Barah Ghar (Tandon, Chopra, etc.) Bawinja Ghar Sarin Ghar At the second place reside the Banias of Punjab. These include Aggarwal, Mittal, etc. At the the third place reside the rest of… Read More