Question Vahaan koee kal hal - where did it come from?

Nerak

Reverse Ferret
I didn't want to disrespect a thread about Elizabeth being ill - but does anyone know where the phrase vahaan koee kal hal comes from? Does it mean there will be no tomorrow?

It's an unexpected reference BY Moz.
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

Nobody's Nothing
I didn't want to disrespect a thread about Elizabeth being ill - but does anyone know where the phrase vahaan koee kal hal comes from? Does it mean there will be no tomorrow?

It's an unexpected reference BY Moz.
Seems to be Hindi

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GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

Nobody's Nothing
If that's correct, and the correct spelling (hai, instead of hal), then I'm disappointed that Central got that wrong, especially in connection with such an important message.
I have no idea if the spelling is correct. I just assumed it was Hindi and looked it up. I know that there can be multiple ways to transcribe words from languages that use characters that are different from our Latin alphabet.
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
When í first saw it, í thought that it may be a Linderism.

She has studied Sikhism, Nád Yoga and Gurmukhi ~ a sacred Sikh language.

She may have gifted some pearls to a friend in need.

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Ketamine Sun

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I didn't want to disrespect a thread about Elizabeth being ill - but does anyone know where the phrase vahaan koee kal hal comes from? Does it mean there will be no tomorrow?

It's an unexpected reference BY Moz.

So it’s been said. But I’m not sure.


Looks like M is more interested in other cultures and religions then he lets on.

A complex and intelligent individual,
and so, him believing in Polytheism
( making him a Polytheist ) should come as no surprise.

I have, and our collective pleas of petition might wake the sleeping gods”



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Nerak

Reverse Ferret
So it’s been said. But I’m not sure.


Looks like M is more interested in other cultures and religions then he lets on.

A complex and intelligent individual,
and so, him believing in Polytheism
( making him a Polytheist ) should come as no surprise.

I have, and our collective pleas of petition might wake the sleeping gods”



.

He's never conventional.
 

Roseangellight

"Under the ground"
Hello! What language does Morrissey refer to as "vahaan koee kal hal"?
Is this something related to Picadilly Palare's "so bona to vada"?
I appreciate your attention.
 

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NealCassidy

FREE SPEECH
Was it Indonesian?
 
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