What is the meaning of "Jai Ho"?

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Jai Ho is a title of a Hindi song and its meaning is 'may there be victory', composed by A. R. Rahman for the film Slumdog Millionaire. 'Jai Ho' topped the charts in five nations whereas the English version which was performed by the Pussycat Dolls rose to number 2 on the European Hot 100 Singles chart.
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Jai Ho means "May victory be yours" "Jai Ho" won an oscar for best song.
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Be victorious.
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It's Hindi... "Jai ho": "Let there be victory." Source(s): I am
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here's the translation to the song: Jai Ho =Something between “Hail” and “Hallelujah” Come, come my Life, under the canopy Come under the blue brocade sky!
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Jai Ho is a phrase found in the lyrics of a Hindu song composed by A.R Rahman. The title of the song is religious and are translated into English to mean 'victory unto thee'.
Jai Ho' is Indian anthem music for the film 'Slumdog Millionaire' composed by musician A. R. Rahman. 'Jai Ho' means 'May Victory Be Yours' and it won Golden Globe, APG & AAG and Oscar for the best song.
Jay Ho' was the soundtrack or anthem to the film 'Slumdog Millionaire'. In English, it simply means 'May victory be yours'.
Jai Ho is a phrase that literally means Victory(Jai) Be(Ho) ('may victory be yours.') Jai Ho also may also be used to mean a salutation in some parts of India, just like Namaste or Good Morning.
'Jai Ho' is an Indian phrase meaning 'may victory be yours' or 'victory to thee.' The phrase is the title of a song by A. R. Rahman and the song was used in a film known as Slumdog Millionaire which earned it an Oscar award for Best Original Song.
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