desi

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desi

(ˈdeɪsiː) or

deshi

adj
1. indigenous or local: a desi buda.
2. authentic: desi music.
[C21: Hindi, from Sanskrit deśa a country]
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Tenders are invited for Khnw/c3 deshi madira narmadanagar bangarda
Chetna Sinha, Founder and Chair of the Mann Deshi Foundation called for financial access for everyone.
Reliable diplomatic sources said that arrested Saudi princes on the charges of corruption have admitted their ties with eight important personalities, which include former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, for Bangla Deshi PM Khalid Zia and resigned Lebanon PM Saad Al-Hariri.
Since 1986, she has been working with marginalised communities and is founder and president of Mann Deshi Mahila Bank and Mann Deshi Foundation.
Among indigenous ducks of Bangladesh, "Nageswari" an egg type native duck breed/variety is locally called "Nagi" (the snake deity) or Deshi Black, due to its head-high snake like posture, has a white breast while the rest of the plumage is black or penciled black, and is believed to have originated in the Sylhet district of Assam, which is now located in Bangladesh (Zaman et al.
The barrier-breaking women who will be sharing their stories at the forum include Chetna Sinha, founder and chairwoman of the Mann Deshi Foundation, which is providing vital microfinance services to women in rural India; Lina Khalifeh, founder and owner of SheFighter, a self-defense club for women that has become a sensation in Jordan; and Monique Marrow, CTO at CISCO and technology evangelist.
Kabuli type is grown in temperate regions while the deshi type chickpea is grown in the semiarid tropics.
2] milk (Amul Deshi brand), honey, frozen sweets and camel milk.
Deshi Fernando, from Sri Lanka, won the 'Best Smile' award.
Till now, we have recorded statements of 25 officials including chief secretary Dipendar Singh Deshi and I am expecting to complete the investigation by June 2016," Dhingra told M AIL T ODAY .
In September 2013, I was in Iwamma, Japan, living and training at an aikido dojo (training facility for aikido) as an uchi deshi (martial arts live-in) student.