The Srivalli song of Pushpa: The Rise has become a rage in the country. There is a lot of love the singers, lyricists and musicians are getting. The Hindi version of the song – ‘Teri jhalak asharfi…’ – has been garnered over 231 Million views on YouTube alone as on publishing this story. In addition to the growing interest in the song, people are also curious to know the meaning of some of the words used in the song. Two such words used in the song are ‘Poshida’ and ‘Garvida’. As an extension of this, let us understand ‘rab jo poshida hai meaning‘ as well.
Poshida and Garvida meaning in Srivalli song
The opening of the song goes like this:
Nazaren milte hi nazaron se nazaron ko churaaye,
Kaisi ye haya teri, jo too palkon ko jhukaaye?
Rab jo poshida hai, usko nihare tu,
Aur jo garvida hai, usko taale tu…
Before we get to the meaning of Poshida and Garvida, let us picturise this song for a minute. Have a look at the below video (jump to the 30th second):
The scenes from ‘Rab jo poshida..’ happen in a temple complex where Srivalli is climbing the stairs and Pushparaj is following her in a bid to get her attention.
Through this song, what Allu Arjun (Pushparaj) is trying to tell Rashmika Mandanna (Srivalli) is that even though God isn’t visible anywhere (poshida), you are continuously looking at him. However, I am visible and right in front of you (garvida) and you are ignoring me.
To conclude, Poshida and Garvida are opposites of each other, i.e. Poshida meaning hidden and Garvida meaning visible in English; rab jo poshida hai meaning God isn’t visible and Aur jo garvida hai meaning something that is visible. Poshida and Garvida meaning in Hindi are अदृश्य (adrishya) and प्रत्यक्ष (pratyaksh).