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Salutation used to express patriotism in India

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Jai Hind: Salutation used to express patriotism in India
Jai Hind is a salutation and slogan that originally meant "Victory to India", and in contemporary colloquial usage usually means "Long live India" or "Salute to India". Coined and used during India's independence movement from British rule, it emerged as a form of battle cry and in political speeches.

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