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Suk·kot

or Suk·koth or Suc·coth (so͞o-kôt′, so͝ok′əs)
n. Judaism
A harvest festival commemorating the booths in which the Israelites resided during their 40 years in the wilderness, lasting for either 7 or 8 days and beginning on the eve of the 15th of Tishri.

[Hebrew sukkôt, (feast) of booths (commemorating the temporary shelters of the Jews in the wilderness), pl. of sukkâ, booth, from sākak, to weave together, screen; see skk in Semitic roots.]
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Next month, from 1st to 13th of September the airline with be celebrating the Hindu Holiday of Onam on its flights to and from Kerala with a special menu of vegetable sambar, chicken sukka and mutton pepper fry.
Next month, from September 1 to 13, the airline with be celebrating the Hindu holiday of Onam on its flights to and from Kerala with a special menu of vegetable sambar, chicken sukka and mutton pepper fry.
Next month, from September 1to 13, the airline with be celebrating the Indian festival of Onam on its flights to and from Kerala with a special menu of vegetable sambar, chicken sukka and mutton pepper fry.
Next month, from September 1-13, the airline with be celebrating the Hindu holiday of Onam on its flights to and from Kerala with a special menu of vegetable sambar, chicken sukka and mutton pepper fry.
Earlier on Monday, the Haridwar police had arrested the prime accused Sardar Hardev and his son Sukka in Jhabrera in connection with the deaths that occurred due to consumption of illicit liquor in Uttarkhand's Roorkee.
The gunpowder spice mix is a classic, and this collection makes the most of it, pairing lovely photos with regional cuisine and innovations hard to find elsewhere, such as Malvani Sukka Chicken from a coastal area in Konkan; Tawa Kalimirch Chicken which pairs a traditional marinated chicken with an avocado dip that includes mango, ginger, and slices; or a Mint and Apple Lassi, which imparts an English twist on a traditional Indian drink.
The accused were identified as Komram Sade, Madkam Joga, Madkam Hindwa, Mandvi Sukka, Madkam Ganga, Vanjam Aayta and Vanjam Singha, all members of the 'Jan Militia'and residents of Kistram in Sukma, he said.
"Groundwork for a Metaphysic of Buddhist Morals: A New Analysis of punna and kusala, in Light of sukka." Journal of Buddhist Ethics 12 (2005).
The pork belly pops served with curry leave powder and dried apple and chilly chutney is salty, sour and delicious as are the Kerala coin parathas topped with lal maas, sukka chicken and paneer.
If you stick to Indian, go for the Sukka Mutton and Malabar Parantha combo, or the Anjeer aur Anardana Kofta in Makhmali Gravy.
The ghati chicken sukka, Amritsari fish fingers and tandoori jhinga were on the spicy side and complemented the beverages.