Kadai


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Noun1.Kadai - a family of Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in southeastern Asia
Sino-Tibetan, Sino-Tibetan language - the family of tonal languages spoken in eastern Asia
Kam-Sui - a group of Kadai languages
Tai - the most widespread and best known of the Kadai family of languages
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The Tamil classic, Tholkapiyam, is believed to be the only extant literature of this period; and (iii) Kadai Sangam (the third Sangam), which is believed to have lasted 1,850 years.
Egg Roast with Egg Aappam at Aappa Kadai is a must try.
Take a kadai, add oil when it's hot and drop chandrakala on a low flame and fry till it gets brown in colour.
Dishes such as Channa chaat, Paneer Kadai and homestyle Gajar ka Halwa brings back the nostalgia of being back home.
About a decade ago, Hiroshi Komiyama ironically coined the term kadai senshinkoku [advanced country of social challenges] when he was president of the University of Tokyo to express this notion.
The main course features mutton masala, sabz makhani, dhaba mutton, chicken kadai and a selection of desserts.
The professional grade Multi Kadai is in line with the expanding portfolio of innovative products specially designed for Indian homes and boasts of the extraordinary attention paid to both design and functionality.
ReachAll has an widespread presence across F&B & Retail industry with majority of brands who love & use the product on a day to day basis namely; Cafe Mangii, Infinitea, Cafe Infinito, Yauatcha, Punjab Grill, Hakkasan, Kopper Kadai, Serafina, Bak Bak Bar, Amoeba Hospitality, Tote on the Turf, deGustibus Hospitality, United Sports Bar & Grill, Windmills Craftworks etc.
Chef Anand George has prepared a menu which includes Murgh Tikka (chicken breast infused with garlic) and Lamb Pattice (ground lamb blended with spices) for starters while the main courses feature Tiger Prawn Moilee (tiger prawns cooked in garlic) and Murgh Kadai (tandoori chicken breast).
About the history of Japanese Penal Code, see Takayanagi, supra, at 15-18; and Hirofumi Uchida, Nihon Keihogaku No Ayumi To Kadai [History and Problems of Japanese Criminal Law Theory] 17-48 (2008).