Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The spotted hog-deer of India. Also spelled chittra.
  • noun A genus of turtles, of the family Trionychidæ. C. indica is an enormous species, weighing sometimes 240 pounds, found in the Ganges and other rivers.

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  • They are called "chitra" or picturesque because of the intricate shading/design on these beans.

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  • They are called "chitra" or picturesque because of the intricate shading/design on these beans.

    Chitra -Rajma

  • May 07, 2007 5: 21 PM bee said ... wow. can't get simpler than that. no cookin. i was addicted to amar chitra katha and owned each one of them. i lent many and they never came back.

    Sudamache Pohe

  • An example is the striped narrow-headed softshell turtle (Chitra chitra, CR), which can grow to more than 120 centimeters in length and is the largest freshwater turtle species in the world.

    Biological diversity in Indo-Burma

  • The name, Mr. Enthoven writes, [480] is derived from _chitra, _ a picture, and _katha_, a story, and the professional occupation of the caste is to travel about exhibiting pictures of heroes and gods, and telling stories about them.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • A contemporary 'pata chitra' by Swarna Chitrakar, an artist from West Midnapore

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  • Yeddyurappa said that the area below the viaduct on the Swamy Vivekananda Road would be utilised for activities like rural santhe and chitra santhe.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Anwar Chitrakar, a 35-year-old tailor from Naya village in West Midnapore, has been reviving the lost glory of the Bengal 'pata chitra' with modern sensibilities.

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  • And many other mixed exhibitions. chitra patnaik said …

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  • And many other mixed exhibitions. chitra patnaik said …

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