Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A green-colored intoxicating confection, commonly sold in the bazaars of India.

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Examples

  • Kewra water is commonly used in milk-based Indian sweets such as ras gulla, gulab majun, ras mala, and kheer as well as rice dishes like biryani.

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  • Kewra water is commonly used in milk-based Indian sweets such as ras gulla, gulab majun, ras mala, and kheer as well as rice dishes like biryani.

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