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Āzādī (Persian: آزادی‎) is an Iranic word, meaning freedom and liberty. The word is used in other Iranic languages, such as Luri, Pashto, Kurdish and Baluchi and is also borrowed by other languages such as Hindi, Urdu and Kashmiri

The term is also common among activists in Indian Administrated Kashmir involved in right to Self-determination, where Azadi means Revolution, Liberation and Freedom. A film by a Kashmiri Pandit, Sanjay Kak depicting the Kashmir Conflict was named Jashn-e-Azadi.

The term has also entered into the lexicon of activists involved with refugee rights, and the rights of the mid-eastern diaspora in the western world, for instance in the Australian film Azadi.



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