What Does Desi Mean
What exactly does desi mean?
Desi * usually means anyone who is from India or South Asia (or his parents, grandparents, etc.) but who no longer lives in India or South Asia. So yes, if you don't go back to Ladakh, it makes you indigenous. It's not about men or women or anything, even though a lot of people think you want it.
What does desi mean?
Desi (or desi ounce [Ã ÃdÂˆeÃ ‹Â si] or [Ã ÃŒŒŒdÃŒŒŒeÃ‹ Âƒi], Hindi: Â¤Â¦Ã Â¤Â¸Ã Â €, Urdu: Â¯Ã ÂŒÃ˜Â³Ã ÂŒ, Punjabi: Sanskrit origin ÂŒ Â¨Â¸Ã Â € Â¯Ã Â¯Ã ›› ÂŒ Ã˜Â³Ã) Sanskrit is a word of origin, which literally means individual or from it, as opposed to margin or clich. In North America and the United Kingdom, dialects are used to refer Indigenous people to South Asian immigrants and their offspring. This self-made rope for Tse South Asians living outside the Indian subcontinent was made in England from the early 1960s to the late 1980s and is sometimes called Daisy.