khanga


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khanga

(ˈkæŋɡə)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a variant spelling of kanga
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Tenders are invited for 4th rajya vitt yojana ke antrgat raghunathpur se saraimkarkola tak khanga marammat karya
Amanda Khanga has joined Visit Bentonville as meeting and sales manager.
According to the notice issued by the company here Thursday, power supply from Ahmad Nagar, Waris Pura, Barkat Pura, al-Masoom and Niamoana feeders emanating from 132-KV Sammundri Road grid station and Bismillah Pur feeder originating from 132-KV Factory Area grid station will remain suspended from 7am to 12 noon while Kundian, Khanga Sirajian and Wapda Colony feeders emanating from 66-KV Chashma grid station will observe shutdown from 6am to 10am on Saturday (April 22).
La realisation des barrages prevue dans le plan quinquennal pour le developpement dont le barrage de Khanga Zazia et Oued Leben pourraient contribuer a surmonter le probleme d'approvisionnement en eau.
The company started supplying Khanga and Kitanga printed fabrics to African countries like Sudan Kenya and Tanzenia during the Second World War.
In the city itself, Ms Yumi Nakano, an energetic young lady who runs a coffee shop, had organised a number of the female tsunami victims to make obis (these are the elaborate belts won by both men and women over the traditional Japanese dress, the yukata) using, to my surprise and delight, from khanga and kitenge material purchased in Tanzania through fair-trade deals.
Women write messages on the khangas and then choose to wear one khanga or another as a way of communicating messages and identity.
Clutching her white parasol, she swayed her hips to the music, while a Zanzibari woman wrapped a yellow, red and black khanga shawl around her.
Anina turned to look at Mama, who responded by wailing and rushing out of the room, gathering her khanga shawl about the waist.
Yelena Khanga with Susan Jacoby, Soul to Soul: A Black Russian American Family, 1865-1992 (New York: W.
The inspiration behind Lalesso's designing duo Olivia Kennaway, a Kenyan, and Alice Heusser, a South African, (inset) comes from the traditional attire worn by local women on the African island of Lamu and the north coast of Kenya - the captivating beautiful Khanga or Lesso.