mangalsutra

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mangalsutra

(ˌmæŋɡəlˈsʊtrə)
n
(Jewellery) a necklace worn by a Hindu woman to signify that she is married
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Actress Sakshi Tanwar will host the new season of food show Tyohaar Ki Thaali , and she is looking forward to once again to sharing her long-cherished heirloom festival recipes.
Due to the Faiz ul Mawaid ul Burhaniyah thaali delivered to every home, a majority of the women in the community today are able to devote quality time to run successful small cottage industries to businesses of all sizes from their homes, making them financially able and confident.
The staple rice dishes in a south Indian thaali - lemon rice, sambhar rice, rasam rice, curd rice - are all there in the restaurant's platter but made with millet.
5) Branding of the venue, vehicles with escort for the guests & artistes, Thaali Girls &
Undoubtedly, we'd ordered too much, so next time I'd opt for the thaali, which is basically a complete Indian meal in bite-sized portions and includes rice and naan.
Suruchi will be delight as they will 4 different thaali foods at a time.
But 'Dadar' evokes the flavour of thaali peeth and kotmir vadi in a manner no other name would and I would rather future generations take in the full flavour and history associated with these places than fall victims to cynical politics of modern times.
The local guides, who can speak to you in five international languages, will insist that you buy a puja thaali -- the most basic will set you back by Rs 50 and the deluxe version, by Rs 200.
Actress Sakshi Tanwar, who hosts food show Tyohaar Ki Thaali , says cooking is a therapeutic experience for her.
Actress Sakshi Tanwar will be back on the small screen as a host of an upcoming food show Tyohaar Ki Thaali .
It's like ordering a thaali [a mixed platter] filled with tikka masala, dum aloo EoAC" it has a bit of everything.
As the woman disclosed during her sobs, she had a dream of eating from some metallic thaali (big sized plate) and drinking water from a metal tumbler.