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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Maharashtra, its people, culture or languages (i.e. Marathi people).
  • n. A native or resident of Maharashtra.


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Maharashtra +‎ -ian


  • I gravitated towards the Traditional Masale Bhat, it is a must in Maharashtrian wedding though not on a Koli wedding menu.

    Traditional Masale Bhat

  • Today, I am making a dry peanut chutney, one of a family of dry chutneys that are very popular in Maharashtrian homes.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • This duo is used so often in Maharashtrian cuisine that I keep a coriander-cumin spice mix in the spice box, which makes it really easy to throw together quick stir-fries such as this one.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • A representation of the range of flatbreads found in Maharashtrian cuisine.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I called it "Maharashtrian" because it is somewhat similar to the "Birde" that Maharashtrians make of Moog or vaal bitter field beans sprouts.

    Corn on Cob Curry

  • "In this context, Gavaskar is a genuine 'Maharashtrian' and the whole country loves him even now in the same way," the article claimed.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Even the states have subcategories - there's coastal Maharashtrian, inland Maharashtrian, Muslim-influenced, etc.

    Perry Garfinkel: A Chef Searches For The Soul Of Indian Cuisine

  • And then even the states have subcategories—there's coastal Maharashtrian, inland Maharashtrian, Muslim-influenced.

    An Indian Chef Questions Whether 'Indian' Food Exists

  • Whereas for a Maharashtrian it might take a bit of getting used too and will enjoy only if the mind is open.

    Vendakka Kichadi

  • In Maharashtrian homes Dhirda is made mostly for a quick snack with whatever is available in the pantry.

    Kakdi Dhirda


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