Tuesday, 27 September 2016

I don't like you- Marwari translation

Well, I can't imagine a scenario where one would want to say this to a Marwari IN Marwari but just so you should  know, I'm translating it. It may come in handy, who knows!

"I don't like you"

Translation

Informal
To him & her: Tu mahnne pasand koni.


Respectful
To him & her: Aap mahnne pasand koni.

BONUS!!

If you want to make an impact and truly mean what you are saying, then you should try this:

"I don't like you at all"

Translation

Informal
To him & her: Tu mahnne bilkul bhi pasand koni.


Respectful
To him & her: Aap mahnne bilkul bhi pasand koni.



(Cheesy picture courtesy: town in Rajastan) 

2 comments:

  1. Please post proper and pure translate..
    It will:-

    Tu mahanne chokho Koni lage(तू म्हांने चोखो कोनी लाग ह)

    Aap manne bilkul chokho Koni Lago.(आप म्हांने बिलकुल भी चोखा कोनी लागो)

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  2. Please post proper and pure translate..
    It will:-

    Tu mahanne chokho Koni lage(तू म्हांने चोखो कोनी लाग ह)

    Aap manne bilkul chokho Koni Lago.(आप म्हांने बिलकुल भी चोखा कोनी लागो)

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