pataka

pataka

(ˈpɑːtɑːkɑː)
n, pl pataka
(Architecture) NZ a building on stilts, used for storing provisions
[Māori]
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We Will Work With You, an exhibition initiated by Adam Art Gallery Te Pataka Toi, in collaboration with the Wellington Media Collective
Biere Club's mango beer, a summer special, gets rave reviews and Toit's festive beer, Pataka Ale, puts the sparkle into Diwali, say regulars.
Sushmita is one of the rare combinations of wit, beauty and intellect and we're sure it'll be one pataka of an episode," a source told (http://www.
Some of the better known brands are Pataka, Meghna, Naseeruddin, Mohini, Jeet etc.
by Rachel Selby, Pataka Moore, and Malcolm Mulholland (Wellington: Huia Publishers, 2010), pp.
Wellington, May 31 (ANI): An "erotic chair" is set to confuse people when it goes on display at Porirua's Pataka Museum on Friday.
Circa 1900 MAORI MAN: Te-Rangi Tahau of Waipahihi, Lake Taupo (mid 1870''s) MAORI LIFE: A young Maori man alongside the doorway of a pataka (Maori storehouse) with taha (Maori calabashes made from the fruit of the gourd plant) for holding preserved birds
eka tatra visakhasya ghanta skandasya capara/ pataka karttikeyasya visakhasya ca lohita// There, one bell (was given) to Visakha and the other to Skanda.
Now the 20-year-old, from Edinburgh, hopes to run a restaurant of his own, using the skills he is learning at the Pataka Restaurant in the capital's Newington area.
Nevada (US), Oct 26: Pataka, a leading museum of New Zealand, is currently holding "Bindi - The Indian Dot" exhibition, which will continue till November 14.
Another outcome of the introduction of Indigenous protocols is the textual recoding of the museum space as a treasurehouse or pataka.
Regarding stanza 8a, it may be worthy of note that earlier Bana, in his "History of Harsa" (HC 15), had also used pataka ('banner') to refer metaphorically to a literary composition.