Khodafez jurisprudence pdf in hindi Persian is a common parting phrase in the Persian language used in Iran, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Tajikistan and to a lesser extent, Iraq, Kurdistan, and South Asia. Muslims of South Asia, such as Hindus and Christians.
Literally translated it is: “May God be your Guardian”. Khoda, which is Middle Persian for God or Ahura Mazda, and hāfiz from Arabic hifz “protection”.
The vernacular translation is, “Good-bye”. The phrase is a loanword from Persian into the Kurdish, Sindhi, Urdu, Hindi, and Bengali languages.
It also can be defined as ‘May God be your protector. Transliterations may also include Khudā Hāfiz, Khudā Hāfez, and Khodā Hāfiz.