rumal


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rumal

(ruːˈmɑːl)
n
a handkerchief or type of cloth
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16 (ANI): A retired Army man, Rumal Singh celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends in Jammu and Kashmir's Samba city.
Road And Nali In Village Heempur Prathiya From Rumal Singh House To Chand Kishor Ka House 50 M.
The restaurant celebrates Liverpool's Caribbean heritage and when it originally opened the ribbon was cut by football legend John Barnes and Rumal Rackley, son of musician and activist Gil Scott-Heron.
Police Officer 1 Darwin Rumal, a member of the Lipa City police, was driving his motorcycle with a male friend when they encountered the suspect, Police Officer 2 Adriel Pasahol, who was also on a motorcycle at around 8:20 p.
Este documento fue copiado del archivo del Cabildo indigena de dicho pueblo el 8 de julio de 1779 por Gaspar Toh, quien se declaro copista de la pagina original de 1745 escrita por Joseph Toh, rech oxnelic uleu quech chinamitales rumal quehe qui tzonobal chinuvach yn ah tzib rech cavido, <<para la division en tres partes de sus tierras, los chinamitales, porque asi, ellos me lo pidieron a mi, el escribano del Cabildo>>.
Suraiya's unit has two looms reserved for Paithani borders (figure 7), and one for the telia rumal.
99) This little kusume rumal, (100) the dhobi (101) will not wash, O nani (102), the maitighar is not for us, celi.
Shahid's role as a retired counter-terrorism specialist coming to grips with the loss of his family at the hands of the arch villain Rumal, played by Shamoon Abbasi, is convincing in the portrayal of the pain he goes through while reliving the incident.
Our dramatic picture captures deputy leader of the EDL, Kevin Carroll confronting a policeman while wearing a rumal - the headscarf worn by Sikh men.
Similarly, it occurs word-initially in numerous loan words such as in rumal 'handkerchief' r[?
Kala Hukka Aur Safed Rumal , an oil on canvas by Paribartana Mohanty.
Here is the recipe of Child's 'rumali roti', the bread so thin that it's as skinny as your handkerchief (hence the name; rumal means handkerchief in Hindi).