haramzada

haramzada

(ˌhʌrəmˈzɑːdə) or

haramda

n
1. a male born of unmarried parents
2. an obnoxious or despicable male
[from Urdu haraam forbidden]
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The language coined new political phraseology - Ramzada and Haramzada. It may be possible to translate the words into English, but not their flavour, so to speak, and imputations on the citizenship of a pretty large section of the population.
-- Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti on March 2, 2014 at Ramabai Ambedkar Ground in Lucknow SADHVI NIRANJAN JYOTI ' ' SWAMI CHINMAYANAND ' ' Till the time such ( Syed Ahmed Bukhari) haramzadas are around, if a Sadhvi calls them haramzada there is nothing wrong.
Now you have to decide whether you want a government of Ramzadas or Haramzadas.