India'Allodoxaphobia' for BJP government; Shashi Tharoor's tweet with a new word

‘Allodoxaphobia’ for BJP government; Shashi Tharoor’s tweet with a new word


  • Criticism of the UP government
  • The tweet came out on Sunday
  • Explanation of how to use the word

Thiruvananthapuram: This is not the first time that Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor has come up with long and harsh English words. But after a while, Tharoor came up with another word. Tharoor took to Twitter to criticize the BJP. Tharoor tweeted the word “allodoxaphobia” on Sunday.

In a tweet, Tharoor clarified the meaning of a word that is not immediately understood and how to use it. Tharoor tweeted that Allodoxaphobia is an unreasonable fear of comments. Criticism of the BJP is part of what makes it clear how to use the word.

“The BJP government in UP is accusing the people of UAPA and treason because of the allodoxophobia of its political leadership.” About Tharoor. Tharoor’s criticism is that Yogi Adityanath’s fear of public opinion in UP is behind the UPAP cases and treason cases. “This is the most important word in the last seven years,” Tharoor tweeted.

Tharoor said the word, which has 14 letters in English, originated in Greek. The Greek word ‘alo’ means different. ‘Doxo’ means opinion and ‘phobia’ means fear.

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This is not the first time Shashi Tharoor has used such harsh words on Twitter and in speeches. The words ‘Farago’ and ‘Troglodyte’ used by Tharoor earlier also came to attention when used by Shashi Tharoor. The word Farago means a mixture that is difficult to understand. Troglodyte vaccine means to deliberately turn a blind eye to old or new things.

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Prior to becoming a Member of Parliament, Shashi Tharoor was a senior UN diplomat who wrote 23 books in English. He has also published articles for the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time, Newswak and the Times of India.

Shashi Tharoor graduated from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi in 1975 at the age of 22 and received his doctorate in International Relations and Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tuff University in 1978. Shashi Tharoor was the first person to achieve this feat at such a young age.

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