Shikha submitted this entry 11 years ago


Part of a beautiful blessing in kashmiri "ur zoo dor kyoeth". ( Meaning good health and strong knees) Really appreciate it with a knee problem when I cd'nt walk / be on my feet. Despite all else being well, I could not be on my feet n hence dependant on others . .
Bulbul Dhar-James wrote this 6 years ago
Means Knee - Kyoeth Phutravay
Shikha wrote this 11 years ago


Ashish added 3 years ago
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