chappal

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chappal

(ˈtʃʌpəl)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) one of a pair of sandals, usually of leather, worn in India
[from Hindi]
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He further said that KP provincial has rich traditional and cultural heritage while its traditional items like waistcoat, Chappals, Chitrali cap, turbans and Chaddar are well know across the world.
Sir Richard was dressed in an off-white traditional kurta, bright red dhoti, simple brown chappals and a turban for the occasion.
There was a time when John Abraham's ganjis paired with trousers and chappals made him a fashion icon but not anymore.
London, Dec 5 (ANI): Donning an ill-fitting costume, red socks and bathroom chappals (flip-flops), Superman of Malegaon has won hearts throughout the world.
These lesser rogues -- Zardari, Karzai, Abdullah, Mubarak, Abbas -- Aa will get their marching orders from DC, hold down their own people for a fee, unless the people, every one of them, pick up their shoes, sandals, chappals (any old footwear will do), and point them at these scoundrels, a shot across the bow of their kleptocracies.
You will see people here in chappals or without, and in torn clothes; some are walking with their children.
These factories are functioning in the thickly populated areas illegally and chappals are being manufactured therein.
She loves to travel, gorges big time on food, thanks to her Goan- Parsi parental connect, loves New York and London for obvious reasons and is addicted to chappals .
Tenders are invited for Quotation For Supply of Footware:Shoe (for Gents only), Chappal(for Gents only), Ladies Shoes, Ladies Chappals etc.
Rolled up jeans and chappals make her look more hippie than too- hot- to- care.
Tenders are invited for Issue of Shoes & Socks / Chappals.
In Akola, the police stopped those students who were in chappals ( slippers) from participating in Rahul's function.