mangalsutra

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mangalsutra

(ˌmæŋɡəlˈsʊtrə)
n
(Jewellery) a necklace worn by a Hindu woman to signify that she is married
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Despite my mother's "don't forget to make the thali" messages, I had no time to make my thaali yesterday but came home after roadshow and found it placed on the dining table.
Indian vegitarian Thaali Meal Image Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto
Saudi Aramco's manager for industrial development and strategic supply, Abdullah Al Thaali, thanked the EP Chamber of Commerce for providing a platform for the private sector and investors to learn about the 4th Industrial Revolution and the investment opportunities in this area.
Thaali refers to a metal plate that the meal is served on.
The local flavour on the menu comes through the fulfilling 'Nawab's Butter Chicken' thaali, which consists of lightly charred tandoor-cooked boneless chicken chunks in a lip-smacking creamy butter gravy drizzled with cream, and a delicious, tangy daal makhni with some rice, salad and mango achaar on the side.
Due to the Faiz ul Mawaid ul Burhaniyah thaali delivered to every home, a majority of the women in the community today are able to devote quality time to run successful small cottage industries to businesses of all sizes from their homes, making them financially able and confident.
Once it is over, we will carry it forward with a full-fledged 'Thakurbarir Thaali' from Sunday," Soumyajit Das, managing director of West Bengal State Fisheries Development Corporation Ltd, said.
Combined with anti-incumbency, Jayalalithaa checkmated Karunanidhi in the 2011 elections with a slew of announcements including providing free rice, laptops to students, milch cows and goats, mixer-grinder, and gold for 'thaali' (mangal sutra) and pushed DMK into the third place in the Assembly, making then ally DMDK main opposition.
Yet it is creating quite a buzz in the city, thanks to its "millets only" positioning.The staple rice dishes in a south Indian thaali - lemon rice, sambhar rice, rasam rice, curd rice - are all there in the restaurant's platter but made with millet.
Undoubtedly, we'd ordered too much, so next time I'd opt for the thaali, which is basically a complete Indian meal in bite-sized portions and includes rice and naan.
Suruchi will be delight as they will 4 different thaali foods at a time.