urban

Definition funny of Nayyar:

urbansomething bright and shinning like- a star ,a gem

urbanOMG see thats nayyar :) :)

urban(v.) The act of breaking ones dick off during the making of anal sex.

urbanNick just got Nayyared and now he can't walk.

urban(v.) The act of spreading your buttocks in order to help ease out a rather large poop.

urbanAndrew had to nayyar over the toilet in order to let out his apocalyptic shit.

songs

Songs about Nayyar:

songsSathi Haath Barhana (Nayyar / Rafi / Bhonsle) by Mohammad Rafi / Asha Bhonsle / O.P. Nayyar from the Album The Return Of Madhubala: Songs From Indian Films, '50 - '60

books

Books about Nayyar:

booksNayyar: Webster's Timeline History, 1926 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 17, 2010)

booksKuldip Nayyar and Pir Sahib by Gulzar and Sunjoy Shekhar (Nov 18, 2013)

booksA Concise Windows 8 Guide: For Homes and Corporates [Paperback] [2012] (Author) Vivek Nayyar (2012)

booksPiping Handbook 7th (seventh) Edition by Nayyar, Mohinder published by McGraw-Hill Professional (1999) (0010)

booksIndia's Exports and Export Policies in the 1960's (Cambridge South Asian Studies) 1st Edition( Paperback ) by... (Dec 3, 2007)

books[ { INDIA'S EXPORTS AND EXPORT POLICIES IN THE 1960'S (CAMBRIDGE SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES #19) } ] by Nayyar, Deepak... by Deepak Nayyar (Dec 3, 2007)

booksTechnological Innovation: Oversights and Foresights [Paperback] [2008] 1 Ed. Raghu Garud, Praveen Rattan Nayyar... (2008)

movies

Movies about Nayyar:

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wiki

Wiki information Nayyar:

Kunal Nayyar
Actor, Person or entity appearing in film, Film actor, Award Nominee, Person, TV Actor, Film producer

Kunal Nayyar is a British Indian actor, voice actor and writer known for his role as Dr. Raj Koothrappali in the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory.

O. P. Nayyar
Film score Artist, Composer, Lyricist, Musical Artist, Film music contributor, Person, Deceased Person, Songwriter, Musician, Award Winner

Omkar Prasad Nayyar was an Indian film music director and composer born in Lahore, British India, now in Pakistan.