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Haa

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Yes / India

Nodding the head up and down. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India.

Naa

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No / India

Nodding the head sideways. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India

Ya-haa Aa-o

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come here / India

Using one hand, directed towards the addressee and asking to come over. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India.

Theek Hay

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OK / India

Bobbing the head and expressing acceptance. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India.

Pae-saa

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money / India

Rubbing the thumb and Index finger twice or thrice. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India.

Al-vi-da

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Bye / India

A word of Urdu language origin, used profoundly in the northern mountainous regions, ‘Alvida’ is a formal way of saying Good-bye, however, there many other acceptable ways of saying Bye in India based on the occasion or the region.

Bill Day Do

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check, please / India

Once you have the attention of the server, gesture a bill. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India.

Good Luck

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Good luck / India

A positive facial expression and thumbs up. Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of India.

Dhanyabad

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Thank you / India

Join both hands and the back arched slightly or one hand over the left chest area and the back arched, while saying ‘Dhanyavaad’ Standard gestures used around the sub-continent. The language might vary regionally, the following has been reported in Hindi, the recognized national language of ...