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      I was got quite worried when I heard my neighbour singing this morning. I couldn’t make out all the words, however, ‘Dinga, Dinga, mera Dinga’ were quite clearly heard.

      What the hell was her Dinga? I looked over the fence and asked Rani aunty if everything was ok, and what was this ‘Dinga’ she was referring to?

      Apparently, Dinga is a place in West Punjab, Pakistan (about 70 miles from the Indian border). This was the place where she grew up and spent her early years studying at a school, which was built over a hundred years ago by a local Sikh landowner.

      She told me, ‘aaj Dinga di yaad aati hai’. It is nearly fifty years since she left that place, but the memories of her childhood still seem fresh.

      Anyone on Gupshup been to Dinga, or live anywhere near there? Rani aunty would be pleased to hear the latest news about this place. Is Nanaksar Gurdwara still there?

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      Originally posted by Gupta:
      I was got quite worried when I heard my neighbour singing this morning. I couldn’t make out all the words, however, ‘Dinga, Dinga, mera Dinga’ were quite clearly heard.

      What the hell was her Dinga? I looked over the fence and asked Rani aunty if everything was ok, and what was this ‘Dinga’ she was referring to?

      Apparently, Dinga is a place in West Punjab, Pakistan (about 70 miles from the Indian border). This was the place where she grew up and spent her early years studying at a school, which was built over a hundred years ago by a local Sikh landowner.

      She told me, ‘aaj Dinga di yaad aati hai’. It is nearly fifty years since she left that place, but the memories of her childhood still seem fresh.

      Anyone on Gupshup been to Dinga, or live anywhere near there? Rani aunty would be pleased to hear the latest news about this place. Is Nanaksar Gurdwara still there?
      Wow I never thought I would be discussing Dinga on Gupshup but here goes:

      Yes I have been to Dinga, its actually near Gujrat. The town is an economic powerhouse, a lot of commercial activity. Nanaksar was empty while we were there but it was in decent condition with an armed guard.

      I don't know much else about it, I guess among the people I would say 5-7% are non Muslim mostly Sikhs.We stayed mostly on Ravi road, one of the largest thoroughfares, saw a typical Pakistani Punjabi town.

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      DinGaaa

      been there so many times!!!

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      lol....i was bored..so i searched the village where my good friend is from...dinga..lol..who knew pple here actually heard of it!! everytime i hear the name i laugh! dinga! hehe

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      That got me all teary eyed.

      If somebody is in Pak near that region I think they should take pics or video and upload it on youtube or fileshare for the Indian aunty.

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      may be her hubby was acting a little "dinga' that morning.

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      my familly used to live in place called 'dingay', the place is full of very high sugarcane.

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      Are you share, she was saying Dinga Dinga ...or 'Dhilla Dhilla'..because I know some ladies they call their husbands 'Dhilla Dhilla' just to show their love.


      U know wat I mean??

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      Me belong to Dinga , hee he he eh

      well rest of my post, I'll complete tomorrow

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      Quote Originally Posted by Gupta View Post
      Anyone on Gupshup been to Dinga, or live anywhere near there? Rani aunty would be pleased to hear the latest news about this place. Is Nanaksar Gurdwara still there?
      ask rani aunty if dinga is any where close to "Moor emanAbad" if so I know that gurdawara, I can even arrange pictures of that gurdawara.
      ﺃﷲ ﻧﯣﺮ ﺇﺴﻣﺇﯣﺇﺕ ﯣﺇﻠﺄﺮﺾ_""And [by] the even [number] and the odd"(al-Quran)

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      but we have to make sure first that Rani aunty is still listening to that song after almost 5 years
      Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or KILLED by their COURAGE.” ~Aristotle

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      Whattttttttttttttttt

      That post was 5 year old. hhhmmmmmmm

      Rani aunty may have just you know...... next "janam"
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      aww dinga sounds cute
      stop annoying me.ok?


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      I hope I don't offend anyone but dinga sounds funny
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      Dinga City, Disttrict Gujrat Pakistan


      Dinga is an old town. There is evidence that this town was established in the 16th century. Before the partition in 1947, Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs used to live here in harmony. There was a Gurdwara for the Sikhs called NanakSar. According to some books, Dinga was the property of a rich lady, who belonged to the sub-caste "Ding" - which is a sub-caste of the Gujars. This is why the town was named Dinga.
      The population of Dinga in 2002 was 36,800. The telephone area code of Dinga is 0537. The postal code of Dinga is 50280.


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      Dinga is a very famous town of tehsil Kharian (Gujrat district). Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Ji had visited the place. A shrine called Nanak Sar had been built outside the town near Mandi Bahauddin road. It has now collapsed. Now there is a bus stand at this site. The well which provides water to the the tank on the other side of the wall coustructed along the road, is in the field and reminds of the by gone days.
      When Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Ji set foot here a Hindu ascetic had set up a drama. He made public announcement to the beat of drum that he would meditate for forty days without eating. Gur Dev Ji stopped the public announcement. When the ascetic completed his 40 days, he fainted when he witnessed that none had come to,see him. Then Guru Dev Ji announced to the beat of drum that this ascetic was lying that he had spent forty days without food as he had been feeding himself with his ego and without destroying it no one can be a Jogi, soofi, sant or faqir.

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      the name of this thread just sounds sooo rude.....

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      lol
      I thought so too
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