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Explanation: mujhe= to me
The literal meaning of this
phrase is "Your memories haunt me
a lot also"
or the idiomatic meaning is
"I too miss you a lot ".
J_R_Tuladhar Local time: 11:54 Native speaker of: English, Nepali
Explanation: Possibly, the same thing in English can also be conveyed in Hindi by 'Main tumhe bahut yaad karta hoon' which means 'I remember/miss you a lot'. Obviously, for a male speaker, the verb 'karta' would be used. For a female speaker, the verb 'karti' would be used. Moreover, the word 'tum' would be used while addressing someone equal in age. For adressing someone, elder in age, the word 'aap' would be used which connotes respect.
1. Rajpal English-Hindi dictionary
Roomy Naqvy India Local time: 11:39 Native speaker of: Hindi PRO pts in pair: 12