jhatka


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jhatka

(ˈdʒætkə)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) the slaughter of animals for food according to Sikh law
[Punjabi]
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The fact that the show is a great platform for individuals to keep their inhibitions aside and follow their passion for singing, is what has me hooked to this season," said the singer, known for songs like Sajda and Zor ka jhatka.
The agreement permitted both the Muslim and the Sikh communities to use the meat of Halal and Jhatka.
in cycle Track on V-3 roads Chandigarh V-3 Road in between Sector 27 & 28 and parking Elante Mall Parking Bhushan Factory Parking near Swami Automobile Parking near Halal Slaughter Houses, parking near Jhatka Shutter and parking in front of Press site In Indl Area, Phase-l, Chandigarh
Will anyone support if the Muslims demand a ban on jhatka meat?
Prior to that, he has hosted TV game show Zor Ka Jhatka - Total Wipeout in 2011, Kaun Banega Crorepati Season 3 in 2007 and Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez Hai in 2008.
Radio DJ Rana Bobby started his career as the RJ of Radio Mast FM 103 in 2004, and has a weekly show, Zor ka Jhatka broadcast in Faisalabad, Pakistan.
The Khalsa were also enjoined to observe four rahats or rules of conduct: not to cut any hair on their body (this was a repetition of the earlier oath); not to eat meat slaughtered in the Muslim fashion (zabiha) but only jhatka meat of an animal which had been slaughtered outright with one blow; not to smoke or chew tobacco or take alcoholic beverage, and to refrain from carnal knowledge of Muslim women.
Performing for the first time on stage were Daler Mehndi and Mika, who set the stage on fire with Zor Ka Jhatka, Ibn E Batuta, Tunak Tunak Tun, Sheela Ho Ya Munni and others.
The virtue brigades find it hard to realise that reform is not a jhatka (sudden seizure) process.
Show: Zor Ka Jhatka, Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez Hai and Kaun Banega Crorepati Season 3
Radio DJ Rana Bobby started his career as the RJ of Radio Mast FM 103 in 2004, and can be heard every Sunday from 12pm to 2pm on the show Zor ka Jhatka, Faisalabad in Pakistan.
The other day on TV, watching the Shah Rukh Khan hosted game show Zor Ka Jhatka for a bit, I noticed they had these so-called celebrities as participants.