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hartal

[hahr-tahl] /hɑrˈtɑl/
noun
1.
(in India) a closing of shops and stopping of work, especially as a form of passive resistance.
Origin of hartal
1915-1920
1915-20; < Hindi harṭal, variant of haṭṭāl, equivalent to hat shop (Sanskrit haṭṭa) + tāl locking (Sanskrit tālāka lock, bolt)
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hartal

/hɑːˈtɑːl/
noun
1.
(in India) the act of closing shops or suspending work, esp in political protest
Word Origin
C20: from Hindi hartāl, from hāt shop (from Sanskrit hatta) + tālā bolt for a door (from Sanskrit: latch)
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