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- n. A small wicker-covered clay pot containing hot coals, worn under clothing in Kashmir to warm the skin.
I have a pair of Boreal kangri boots for sale, size 11.5.
Freezing of taps and water bodies, icy roads turning slippery and formation of icicles are some of the features of this period which Kashmiris brave by wearing warm tweed over-garments called pheran and holding a clay firepot, kangri, woven in a willow wicker basket.
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