Gandhi cap


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Gandhi cap

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(Clothing & Fashion) a cap made of white hand-woven cloth worn by some men in India
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Always seen with a Gandhi cap, Gawli was elected legislator in the 2004 assembly elections and continued to be one until 2009.
Tenders are invited for Gandhi Cap Black Cloured For Waiter S With W.
These methods are not limited to superficial symbolic acts that are staged in contemporary India such as donning a Gandhi cap, singing bhajans (devotional songs), or skipping a couple of meals in the name of fasting.
He also ridiculed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not wearing the Gandhi cap during his speech from the Red Fort on the Independence Day.
Donning a Gandhi cap, the 43-year-old leader flanked by Congress candidate Ajay Rai began his roadshow in a minority-dominated Gol Gadda area, waving to supporters who surrounded his vehicle.
Among thousands of Tendulkar fans, Mumbai's famed 'Dabbawalla's said that the country is proud to have a cricket star like Tendulkar, and as a token of love, our association wants to present him with a Gandhi cap and special lunch box.
The unpretentious decor, the white cotton kurta-pyjama and unmistakable oblong Gandhi cap are meant to enhance the ambience of the restaurant and give it the earthy feel of a house in Konkan -- a rugged coconut-palm rich strip along India's western coastline.
Indian media reported on Wednesday that the FIR was registered on the orders of a local court, The report said that 46-year-old Khan was in Kanpur on August 24 for promotion of his film Bodyguard when an employee of Anti Corruption Omendra Bharat and some other people crowded around the Bollywood star's vehicle to present him a Gandhi cap and request him to join their agitation.
Everyone supported Anna and raised their voice against corruption by wearing a white Gandhi cap with the words 'I Am Anna' written across on both the sides," Umesh Thanawala, who stays at Thanawala building near Thakurdwar, said.
Clad in his trademark white dhoti-kurta and Gandhi cap, Hazare came to the stage from his tent and waved to the crowds and chanted Inquilab Zindabad.
He was also signalling that the Muslim dress was in opposition to that worn by Gandhi, Nehru and the Hindus - the Gandhi cap, the dhoti, the Nehru jacket and so on.
He can take on the high and mighty like no one else can," he said, wearing a white Gandhi cap which has been adopted by party members.