Yadda yadda Hi

You know what the phrase Yadda yadda in current-day parlance means.

But it has  a different meaning in Sanskrit. One of the most significant occurences of this Sanskrit phrase is in the immortal verse in Gita, where the Lord assures Arjuna , that He would  surely manifest Himself ( to set things right), Yada yada (roughly meaning, whenever, whereever, whatever) harm occurs to Righteousness.

As the Lord implies to take Avatar on and on and on whenever and whereever whatever harm occurs to righteousness, the modern day avatar of the phrase appears apt enough.




About versa kay

Agile, keen, versatile,considerate,patient
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