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  • To make Sev Khamani, break the khaman with your hand to form a "chura" or powder, then top it with all the garnish as above, followed by sev and pomegranate.

    Fluffy Khaman or Sev Khamani !!

  • To make Sev Khamani, break the khaman with your hand to form a "chura" or powder, then top it with all the garnish as above, followed by sev and pomegranate.

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  • The bride, in red, and gold-laden with ivory chura worn in hand, gently glides out with her friends, her petal feet giving out music of nupur to scatter flowers on "his" way and receives "him".

    Wedding Bangles

  • After the bridal bath, the bride is wrapped in bagh and made to wear the chura (bangles of red and white) and the kaliras (the tinsel wedding ornaments) that are tied to bangles by sisters and friends of the bride.

    Wedding Bangles

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: This is chura (ph), it's the main dish.

    CNN Transcript Mar 1, 2003

  • He was educated by St. Brendan's monks, and when of proper age he embraced the religious life in the same monastery under the Abbot St. Meldan, his "soul-friend" (anam-chura).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • There was _tsamba_, flour, _chura_ (a kind of cheese), _guram_ (sweet paste), butter, and dried fruit.

    An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet

  • These luxuries were found to consist of presents of _chura_, cheese, butter, yak milk, and _tsamba_.

    An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet

  • That the Jogpas had good digestions was evident from the way they ate, when, having concluded the sale of the yaks, they squatted down to a hearty meal of _tsamba_, _chura_ (cheese), and tea.

    An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet

  • In the Punjab, sweepers are known as Chuhra, and this, name has been derived from their business of collecting and sweeping up scraps (_chura-jharna_) Similarly, in Bombay they are known as Olganas or scrap-eaters.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India - Volume IV of IV Kumhar-Yemkala

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