An Indian shakes his head in different ways when you speak to him. It could be like this, this, or this. What do they mean?
If a person shakes his head like this, it means he's saying "yes."
Nirjhar, did you milk the cow today?
"Yes" can also be said like this. If a person moves his head like this, it means he's saying "no."
Nirjhar, did you shave your beard today?
If a person sways his head like this, it means "maybe" or "may not be."
Nirjhar, did you delete the browser history? You did? You didn't? What?!
Doing the "yes" or "no" movement vigorously means the decision is made. Moving your head down is calling someone. Moving your head up is asking, "What's up?" The same is used to hit on girls. The chances of getting hit back are also high. The same action with a closing of an eye means "carry on."
This is an Indian enjoying music. This is an Indian singer.
Above all, shaking your head while speaking shows respect to the other person. So instead of standing blank when someone speaks to you, shake your head and show some respect.
- 「搭訕某人」- Hit On Someone
The same is used to hit on girls.