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Thathri Ke Bare Meaning in English, Hindi, Malayalam, Marathi, and In Bundelkhand

Generally, “thathri ke bare” or “thathri bandhe” is a combination of two Bundeli words, “thathri” and “ke bandhe”.

Both the words have their meaning, Thathri meaning bier, and Bandhe meaning Jwar (tied) respectively.

If you are looking for “Thathri Ke Bare” Meaning in the context of Bageshwar Dham Peethadhishwar then you have to read this article to understand why he uses thathri bandhe or thathri repeatedly.

Vyas Shri Dhirendra Krishna Shastri (Dhirendra Shastri) of Bageshwardham Chhatarpur Madhya Pradesh has been in discussion for the last few days.

Some people are raising questions about him and some are seen standing with him.

Amidst all this, there is a new word on the lips of the people, which has been promoted by “Dhirendra Shastri”.

When he speaks about his opponents, he often uses the word Thathri.

The words became an internet sensation when Dhirendra Krishna Shastri used the words “Hum Thathri Bandh Denge” for “Shyam Manav” and “Suhani Sah”.

Shyam questioned “Bageshwar Dham Sarkar” and lodged an FIR against him.

However, people of Bundelkhand understand the meaning of “Thathri Bandh” but people living in other parts of the country want to know the meaning of the Thathri word.

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Shyam Manav speaking about Dhirendra Krishna Shastri Chamtakr

When a journalist asks Dhirendra Krishna about this term, he explains it with the example of a mother.

What Dhirendra Krishna Shastri says about  “Thathri ke Bare”

When a journalist asks Dhirendra Krishna about this word, he explains it by giving the example of a mother. He added, sometimes the mother used to angrily call her son “thathri nange” which means “ja teri arthi bandhe” but in reality, the mother does not want the death of the son.

According to Bageshwar Dham Peethadhishwar Dhirendra Krishna Shastri “thathri ke bare” is not slang, it is the emotional words of Bundelkhand, and thathri in Bundelkhand means universal truth or unshakable truth. It is an invariable truth that everyone’s death is certain, Thathri’s bare sentence is used for sarcasm in Bundeli, he added.

Similarly if he used this word for someone then his intention was not to insult anyone and he used this word only to tease.

He further adds that they also use other Bundeli words like “Nakutta”. Many times the sentence ‘Hum teri Thathri Band denge’ has also been used for the opponent.

He also mentions that neither he has abused anyone by using “thahri ke bare”, nor has he insulted anyone rather he is using Bundeli language sarcasm which has another local meaning in the region Yes, many times the sentence has also been used for the opponent.

Thathri bandhe meaning In Hindi

What is the Meaning of Thathri?

The experts of Bundelkhandi said that Thathri means in Bundeli bier, a rectangular structure made of bamboo and wood, use to carry the dead body to the crematorium, which is also called Antashaya, Ratthi, Rakshi, etc.

Many times the sentence ‘Tumhari Thathri Hum Bandh Denge’ has also been used for the opponent.

This word has many other meanings as well, which are used in many places, a few are given below.

Thathri in English

1. The structure of all the bones of the body of a human or animal is also called thathri. It is also in vogue in many other parts of the country. The bamboo structure made for thatching is also called Thathri.

2. Apart from this, the net for tying grass straw is also called Thathri.

3. Baba Dhirendra Krishna Shastri of Bageshwar Dham also uses this word many times; he says it is not a bad word


Is “Thathri Bandhe” an abuse?

In some states or in some regional languages it might be an abuse or Gali, but in Bundelkhand Zone and in Bundeli language it is not an abuse, but sarcasm in Bundeli instead.


The meaning of Thathri ke bare or thathri bandhe ka matlab in Hindi might be similar to “ja ke mar ja”.

It’s a Bundeli language word commonly used among the Bundelkhand region for opponents. According to Dhirendra Krishna Shastri, it’s not an abusive word.

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