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The Tharoor Guide To Indian English

The word “shampoo” originated from “champo” and “dungarees” from Mumbai’s Dongri. These were some of the eye-popping revelations made in a chat between The English Nut and who else but Shashi Tharoor.

30/08/2020 5:27 AM
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1879 comments

  • Lakhwinder S.
    16/12/2021 06:48

    they mentioned your surname as well

  • Rohit N.
    15/12/2021 19:17

    ☝☝

  • Warish A.
    13/12/2021 19:59

    এই লোকটা দেশের প্রধানমন্ত্রী হলে খুশি হতাম

  • Poonam N.
    12/12/2021 14:24

    Superbly explained Tharoor ji

  • Drkm L.
    29/11/2021 17:19

    Nice vkideo

  • David G.
    28/11/2021 12:32

    Malayali 💪🇮🇳

  • Sarah S.
    15/11/2021 18:08

    How amazing indeed 😘❤️

  • Linda N.
    10/11/2021 07:15

    Brinjal originated from Portugal beringela

  • Carlos G.
    10/11/2021 01:46

    It’s a Portuguese name “ Berinjela”

  • Zid A.
    09/11/2021 21:32

    erom 2/4 te word shona tahole bujhbo..

  • Dinny K.
    09/11/2021 19:15

    Catamaran is not from cut and maram meaning cut tree but KETT...Meaning TIED...AND TREE....katmaram are fishing vessels used in tamilnadu by tying big tree trunks together

  • Debjeet D.
    08/11/2021 19:36

    Wahid wisdom.

  • Dilara I.
    08/11/2021 17:35

    Borrowed from Portuguese beringela, from Arabic بَاذِنْجَان‎ (bāḏinjān), from Persian بادنجان‎ (bâdenjân).

  • Vaibhav R.
    08/11/2021 07:40

    "Let this opalescent and incandescent fiesta of fervour submerge the tenebrosity into ravishing radiance, filling everyone's life with cornucopia of exuberance, tranquility and salubrity. Let the malevolent elements be incinerated in a scintillating show of iridescent coruscation" Regards

  • Dipika N.
    02/11/2021 10:54

    he is shashi tharoor

  • Manisha D.
    01/11/2021 09:47

    From Indian word Champu Shampoo formed !

  • Shreya S.
    31/10/2021 15:35

    Uk aubergine? Uhm....brinjal? Eggplant? Uk okra? Uhm...lady finger?

  • Sanjay S.
    31/10/2021 07:00

    Dr Tharoor fits the bill of a “Snollygoster” completely- no wonder the word is favourite with him !

  • Nijesh K.
    29/10/2021 09:38

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  • Shailesh K.
    28/10/2021 23:05

    Tharoor your wife has been killed by some body but you still speak in English......do you know the meaning of jokers......

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