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      Just read this on GEO

      Tumhare Bhai ki Bhabi ki
      Saas k Bhai ki Biwi ki Saas
      k Khawand k Jamai ki Potee ki
      Maa ki Nanand k Bhai Apke kaun?

      Can anyone solve this riddle? Believe me there's an answer (and please no cheating by going on their website)

      I must admit that I was completely lost after reading this
      Last edited by GoldenAsif; Jul 3rd, 2007 at 06:57 PM.

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      Khaala zaad bhai ?????

      and I solved it by "translating" the relations.. though Bhai ki Bhabhi, i took it as my biwi (non-existent so far) whereas, it can be for the other bhai too
      Last edited by AQ; Jul 3rd, 2007 at 01:28 AM. Reason: translated Bhabhi kee SAAS wrongly making it Maamooo but re-checking made it Khaala zaad bhai *bummer*
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      Tumhare Bhai ki Bhabhi my wifeki
      Saas my motherk Bhai ki Biwi my mamaniki Saasmy nani
      k Khawand my nanak Jamai my fatherki Potee my daughterki
      Maa my wifeki Nanand my sisterk Bhai myself?
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      Quote Originally Posted by armughal View Post
      Tumhare Bhai ki Bhabhi my wifeki
      Saas my motherk Bhai ki Biwi my mamaniki Saasmy nani
      k Khawand my nanak Jamai my fatherki Potee my daughterki
      Maa my wifeki Nanand my sisterk Bhai myself?
      Bravo. that was brilliant armughal I am impressed. For some reason the GEO guy had 'my bapu or father' as the answer
      Now I am really pis**d because they have locked the thread (because they think the riddle has been solved) and I can't go and impress them thanks to your great effort

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      ^lol.........

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      Quote Originally Posted by armughal View Post
      Tumhare Bhai ki Bhabhi my wifeki
      Saas my motherk Bhai ki Biwi my mamaniki Saasmy nani
      k Khawand my nanak Jamai my fatherki Potee my daughterki
      Maa my wifeki Nanand my sisterk Bhai myself?
      naana kay jamaahi (daamaad) can also be a Khaalu
      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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      what's jamai and nanand?

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      Quote Originally Posted by phatima1 View Post
      what's jamai and nanand?
      jamai or daamaad is daughter's husband/son-in-law and nanand is husband's sister

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      oh okay.

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      And to elaborate further jamai is a beghairat form of daamaad, the kind who lives off his father-in-law's wealth

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      Quote Originally Posted by GoldenAsif View Post
      And to elaborate further jamai is a beghairat form of daamaad, the kind who lives off his father-in-law's wealth
      WRONG information...

      Jamaahi is the hindi word for the word in urdu called DAAMAAD or son-in-law in english

      you are refering to Ghar Jamaahi or Ghar Daamaad
      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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