chaddar


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Synonyms for chaddar

a cloth used as a head covering (and veil and shawl) by Muslim and Hindu women

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Ms Chaddar said that she had spoken to police authorities, and an FIR would soon be lodged.
In 2012, it was reported that instead of the conventional dupattas or scarves, the girl students in the schools and colleges of the province ndash a trademark of the Indus Valley Civilisation ndash as districts governments have decided to make the traditional chaddar a part of uniform.
Tehrik's initial focus was on organizing seminars and workshops with titles such as 'Violence on Women' and 'Chaddar and Chardiwari' ('Veil, Women, and Four Walls').
Two elements from the Lashkar-e-Taiba were killed while a third one surrendered following the gunfight in Chaddar Motelhama of Kulgam, the Indo Asian News Agency said quoting a local police official.
''Robotics is the fastest growing technology and science'', says Chaddar Rumenin, director of the Institute of Robotics at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
Chaddar leer-o-leer Muhammad, kundiyan naal jo ardi.
The Kashmiri craftsmen are still very skilful as excellent in paper moulding, miniature paintings, wood carving, weaving and embroidery of Kashmiri Shawls, Chaddar (Veil) Making, Gabba-Sazi, Namda-Sazi, Carpet Weaving, Papier-Mache, Jewellery Making and Silver Inscription, Tila Work, etc.
The Urs begun Saturday when Federal Minister for Finance and Data Darbar Religious Affairs Committee Chairman Ishaq Dar inaugurated it by laying a chaddar at the shrine.
The two actors were seen offering the customary chaddar and flowers to the Khwaja at his shrine.
Some people and families in Iran are very religious and conservative hence the ladies will be seen fully covered with a long Chaddar but there are enough people with moderate or liberal ideas and the females belonging to this section just wear Hijab.
She wears a long-sleeved white blouse and a white enaphi (chaddar) completes the dress.
Keep our women in the safety of Chaddar Aur Chardiwari [the veil and the four walls].' Such utterances contravene Paragraph 15 of the Code of Conduct issued by the Election Commission.
El chador (del etimo persa chaddar) es una toca tradicional ligera y larga que cubre a las mujeres tanto arabes como hindues.
At the shrine, he and his wife presented large chaddar shawls at the tomb of Persian saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.
The waterfall then becomes a chaddar, or formal textured cascade, a feature borrowed from Mughal gardens, before emptying into what is described as a reflecting pool, where the two channels meet at the fountain's widest point.