Mohur


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Mohur

 

a gold coin of India. Mohurs were minted between the 16th and 18th centuries and, later, from 1835 to 1891 and from 1916 to 1919. After 1835 their value was expressed in rupees, with 1 mohur equaling 15 silver rupees.

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2/3 mohur (= 1 zho-gang) of Jagajjaya Malla of Kathmandu, dated NS 848 (AD 1728), cut with straight line without further trimming.
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Secondly, in Assam where we have been living we have to search our food daily, day by day," said Ranji Newmai, a refugee of Mohur Village.
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It features contributions from theatrical practitioner Simon McBurney, director Michael Dibb, visual artist John Christie, cartoonist Selcuk Demiral, photographer Jean Mohur and two of Berger's children - critic Katya and painter Yves.
Mohur is the head chef but my mum cooks the sauces for all our dishes using her secret recipes