9 Things That Thrissurkaar Say

Ah, the cultural capital of Kerala. Enough said!

A majority of our team grew up in Thrissur and everywhere we go, the moment we start talking in Malayalam, people ask, “Thrissurkaaran aanalle?” Thanks to our ‘slang’ (and movies like Thoovanathumbikal, Pranchiyettan & the Saint, and Punyalan Agarbattis), people don’t have to ask us where we are from, they just know!

So without further adieu, let’s have a look at words that you’ll hear Thrissurkaar use in daily life.

Are there other words that you can think of? Which slang should we pick for our next article? Let us know in the comments section.

Also, share cheyyaan marakkalletta!

If you liked this one, you might like others from our ‘Malayalam slang’ series.

Govindan Khttp://www.pinklungi.com
I believe in challenging the status quo; I believe in thinking differently. I think differently because I try to absorb knowledge from anyone - regardless of the industry they’re working in.

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