What’s the exact meaning of “Yayawar”?
Yayawar is a word derived from Sanskrit and mostly used in Assamese language as “Jajabor”. The closest match to Yayawar in English is a wanderer without any destination, a wander-nomad. In Hindi, the best translation has been given by the Lyricist Gulzar and he’s also confused what to call – “Awaara kahin ka!” or “Aawaara Kahin ka Nahin!”
We like the later and hence the tagline.
So who am I?:
an IT manager by profession, an aspiring farmer, a techie nerd by expertise, a philosopher by thoughts, an atheist who worships his parents, a traveler who enjoys the journey more than the destination, a responsible but not reckless driver, a father who loves his daughter, but still a nomad by heart who has a firm belief that Homo Sapiens as a foragers and hunter was the best, a nature lover, a true yayawar in the making…
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