mulmul

mulmul

(ˈmʌlmʌl)
n
(Textiles) a type of thin, soft, fine muslin, esp that woven in India
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My grandmother, attired in immaculate white mulmul sari and a black satin waist coat thrown over her white blouse inspired great confidence of a solution giver to several troubled souls.
Well, Salman Khan is one of the celebrities who is fascinated towards holding a mulmul cloth instead of normal napkins or tissues.
Using soft luxurious fabrics like pure hand woven ahimsa silk, dreamy organza and pure organic mulmul along with amazing texturing, the designer ensured that the ensembles were truly fit for a princess.
Tenders are invited for Pugree Mulmul Red Colour Minimum Width 80 Cms.
Crafted painstakingly by the dexterous artisans of our magnificent culture." The ' Make In India' theme continued in the use of indigenous fabrics such as handloom mulmul, organic cotton, chanderi, pure handspun silk and rich silk velvet.
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They were also renowned for weaving silk mulmul and jamdani fabrics.
While cultivable finfish include Milkfish (Bangus), Siganid (Danggit), Grouper (Lapu- Lapu), Sea Bass (Apahap), Parrot Fishes (Mulmul), Stone Fish (Loppoh), Squid, Octopus, and tropical aquarium fishes.
With unique fabrics like bandhej (tie and dye fabric also known as bandhani) made from superfine cotton mulmul to the famous patola silk from Patan, the textiles in the state stand out for their craftsmanship.
The living example was the killing of our chief in their hands", said Kuol, who also cited the killing of Awet Ngor, a native of the Mulmul area, days before the chief was shot dead.
(23) Mulmul and chassen were fine, loosely woven cotton fabrics much like muslin and were ordered in Bengal specifically for the Burma trade.
Choose from materials like chiffon, mulmul or cotton to pair it with a kurta or a long T-shirt.