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palanquin

, palankeen
a covered litter, formerly used in the Orient, carried on the shoulders of four men
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The palanquin used during the rukhsati ritual carries the bride only up to a certain distance, he said, adding that local flowers like jasmine, marigold and roses, in addition to imported white flowers and cut roses, are used to decorate the palanquin.
The prize for the best mAaAaAeA@hari was won by Haouad Moussa Ahmed (Algeri and the prize for the best palanquin (jehfa in Arabic) won by Mokhles Ajjel (Douz, Tunisia).
With regard to the first film on my list, I had thought about what it would be like to arrive for Sunday mass in San Antonio, my childhood parish church, borne on a sphinx-shaped palanquin just like Elizabeth Taylor entering Rome.
A 19th-century norimono or palanquin in the Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, bearing the crest of the Tokugawa clan and decorated with trees and plants symbolising resilience and perseverance
Soon after Trishna's arrival at the temple palace, her predecessor, 12-year-old Matina Shakya, left from a rear entrance on a palanquin carried by her family and supporters.
Palanquin procession will be taken out in the city at 9.
A taller idol of Lord Ganesha is placed in an ornate palanquin and is carried on the shoulders of the devotees through the village accompanied by a priest and a drummer.
One panel includes a rider with a falcon on his wrist, a foot solider carrying a lance and a woman on a camel looking out from a palanquin.
Va's hair to be rigid in the Selfie highlight intro when her Palanquin skin is equipped
Among the paraphernalia of the Asantehene's entourage, for instance, can be seen sculptures such as sword, linquest staff, the stool and the royal palanquin among others.
Presence of palanquin shaped ova confirmed schistosomal parasites (Schistosoma nasale).
When Lord Hastings disembarks in Lucknow to meet the Nawab of Oudh, the latter comes to receive him and as the book says, " The principal members of the party travelled by elephant, camel, horseback, palanquin and all the other means of transport employed in early 19th century India.