Pallu


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Pallu

(păl`yo͞o), in the Bible, son of Reuben. It is also spelled Phallu.
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A Korvai saree's fringe and pallu are of a similar shading, and are in splendid difference to the "body".
Gota embellishments on the pallu complemented the rich chiffon sleeves that shimmered on stage.
Dweud mawr efallai ond anaml y bydd nofel yn pallu a'ch gadael i fynd - yn dal i loetan yn y cof, am amser hir iawn.
'It is important to think of the blouse and pallu...also a good balance of traditional and modern design.
The 63-year-old Maurizio Pallu was taken with four others after arriving Thursday in Benin City in the country's south, the news agency ANSA and Avvenire, the newspaper and website of the Italian Catholic Bishops Conference, reported.
The pallu or daman of the sari may have been invented and used from then on to cover the head or as a veil, as women were expected to dress modestly by the Muslim society in an empire ruled by Muslim dynasties.
Correspondence should be addressed to Reddanna Pallu; prsl@uohyd.ernet.in
His other hand gently put back her sari pallu, which was slipping from her shoulder as she turned.
Levies officials have stated that all the victims were labourers and have been identified as Pallu Khan, Gizi Khan and Mir.
The double pallu drape adds an interesting element to the granny- like print, while the low turtle neck blouse keeps it smart.
For added convenience, the collection is also available at leading fashion retail stores such as Glitz, Nolimit, Pallu and Beverly Street (Rajagiriya).