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  • The Tibetans, in fact, openly claimed possession of the "pattis" bordering on Nari Khorsum; and the more obviously to impress our natives with their influence as superior to British, they came over to hibernate on our side, and made themselves quite at home in the warmer valleys and in the larger bazaars.

    In the Forbidden Land

  • Along with the pattis, I'll throw on the tavaa a few cloves of pre-roasted garlic.

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  • Throw on baby spinach, pattis strips, garlic, minced tomatoes, onions, some sauce (usually green chilli sauce from a bottle).

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  • Mumbaikars will recognize these as the pattis of a ragda-pattis!

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  • As the frozen pattis crisps on the tavaa, I mince a slice of red onion and a small tomato.

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  • When the pattis is done on both sides, I cut it in 3-4 strips.

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  • "Sauti said, 'One chariot, one elephant, five foot-soldiers, and three horses form one Patti; three pattis make one Sena-mukha; three sena-mukhas are called a Gulma; three gulmas, a Gana; three ganas, a

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1 Books 1, 2 and 3

  • "Sauti said, 'One chariot, one elephant, five foot-soldiers, and three horses form one Patti; three pattis make one Sena-mukha; three sena-mukhas are called a Gulma; three gulmas, a Gana; three ganas, a Vahini; three vahinis together are called a Pritana; three pritanas form a Chamu; three chamus, one Anikini; and an anikini taken ten times forms, as it is styled by those who know, an Akshauhini.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Translated into English Prose Adi Parva

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