Haldi


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Haldi

 

the principal deity among the gods of the Urartu state. Representations of Haldi—in the form of a warrior standing on a lion—were found at temple excavations in Erebuni and Muşaşir.

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Shabhaznagar, Pratabpur, Bisalpur, Sherganj, Mighauna, Areli, Haldi road, Bilaspur road,
He expressed these views in a gathering at Haldi Mandi Mamish Khil here on Wednesday.
Though there's no doubt it is known for its non-vegetarian delicacies, this particular vegetarian dish is made up of dry saag, mostly radish saag, and if not that, then rai saag--that has chopped garlic and onion sauted with haldi and chopped tomatoes.
The festivities began with the haldi ceremony at the Zenana Mahal of City Palace, property of the Udaipur's ex- royals.
Haldi restaurant on Richmond Road, which opened last week, has pledged to donate 40% of tonight's takings to the Middle East Children's Alliance, an organisation working for the rights and wellbeing of children through medical aid, support for children's projects, and playgrounds in the beleaguered Gaza strip.
They suggest that these tiles may have come from a temple dedicated to the Assyrian god Adad and the Urartian god Haldi.
Curcumin (diferuloylmethane), the yellow pigment in Indian saffron (Curcuma longa; also called turmeric, haldi, or haridara in the East and curry powder in the West), has been consumed by people for centuries as a dietary component and for a variety of pro-inflammatory ailments.
Additionally, Haldi and Robinson [2010] investigated the use of stochastic simulations to evaluate building energy use accounting for user interactions with shading devices and indoor temperature controls.
The big-fat wedding ceremony began on Monday with a star-studded sangeet ceremony held at Mumbai's Hotel Lalit Intercontinental followed by the haldi and mehendi parade.
Many condiments and edibles in which turmeric is used, owe their rich bright color and special taste to this spice of the ancient world called haldi in Hindi and kurkum in the Arab world.
The Haldi ceremony followed in which family members "prepared" the bride and groom for the forthcoming wedding ceremony by applying a turmeric paste to their faces, arms, and feet.