solah


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solah

(ˈsəʊlə)
n
(Plants) another name for spongewood
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Then there is Rangin Mahal (colored palace), a complex housing the Lal Bagh, the Solah Khamb mosque built by Qubli Sultan in 1423 and the erstwhile hamam (baths), parts of which, now house a small museum run by the ASI.
The soldier home on leave from the Far East, would take to Hobson-Jobson, waiting for his tiffin, as he placed his solah topee on the table while his friend, poured the tea and acted as char wallah.
AWG member Revati Sanzagiri made a presentation on the various types of sarees and the Solah Shrungar, or 16 adornments for a woman's beautification, from the bindi and earrings down to the anklets.