Jodhpuri


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Jodhpuri

(ˈdʒɒdpʊrɪ)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Jodhpur or its inhabitants
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Tenders are invited for Repaire of cc road from abdul majid haveli wala house to bhola jodhpuri house via ayub janab kharkhan and etc aria in ward no.
The designs included Jodhpuri jackets, kurtas, bundies, dhotis and sherwanis.
He also makes Indian attire like sherwanis and Jodhpuri suits.
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To finish, we had a sweet serving of jodhpuri malpua (saffron flavoured Indian thin pancakes with pistachio nuts).
We all need plenty of warmth in our living areas over the winter, so keep adding colour with items such as the Jodhpuri footstall, and place snug throws over the side of plush velvet sofas all perfectly finished off by the signature Nordic furs like the Cave Chair in Yeti Beige.
Taking inspiration from the journey of a river, the show comprised shift dresses, jackets, waistcoats, jodhpuri jeggings, trench coats, full circular skirts, multipanelled angarkha tunics and voluminous blouses.
The bandhgala's ability to combine easily with Jodhpuri breeches, the pant and other lowers made it easily adoptable by those who attended formal and semi-formal events and intermingled with British officers.
With a knack for marrying authenticity and the finest ingredients, diners will be spoilt for choice with Rang Mahal's exemplary list of mains including the Samarkand Prawns, tandoor-roasted prawns filled with crabmeat, young ginger and garlic and the King Tandoori Lobster cooked over glowing embers of smoked cinnamon, and Jodhpuri Gatte Ke Subzi, soft chickpea flour dumplings poached in light turmeric yoghurt, cumin and asafoetida.
The dress code for the guests was a 'Marwari' outfit, while Campbell chose a pink Lehnga for her self and a Jodhpuri suit for her boyfriend.
This offer is valid on all variants of Kitchens of India namely Dal Bukhara, Paneer Darbari, Mirch Ka Salan, Mughlai Paneer, Paneer Malai, Chicken Darbari, Chicken Chettinad, Murgh Methi, Yakhni Pulao, Jodhpuri Moongdal Halwa and Hazoori Petha Halwa.
Those who like a splash of colour or that interestingly cut Jodhpuri are few in number and are usually frowned on by their peers.