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  1. Khala is a fictional character from the novel The Kite Runner.
  2. Khala is a fictional character from the 2004 film Meenaxi: Tale of 3 Cities.

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Google previewThe Nighantu and the Nirukta (1998)

The Oldest Indian Treatise on Etymology, Philology and Semantics by Lakshman Sarup

The word khala is a synonym of battle ; it is ...

Google previewWeaving the Social Networks of Women Migrants in Sudan (2008)

The Case of Gezira by Awatif Ata Elmannan Elageed

Kargaka A big water pipe which is used by villagers or camp settlers for pumping water Khala Is an Arabic word means an open area. The people of the Sudan and the migrants use it locally for the agricultural field/(s) Khalwa An informal preschool religious education in which the Koran & religious issues are being taught Khartoum The capital of Sudan Kissra Local bread of the Sudan, which is made of Sorghum and is considered as a stable food of the rural people Mecca A city in ...

Google previewReport of the National Museum (1895)

by United States National Museum

The khala is a piece of silk, nearly as fine as gauze. Its color is a bluish white. Its length is about three times its width; the two extremities usually terminate in fringes. There are khalav of every size and price; for it is an object that the poor as well as the rich can not do without. No one ever goes anywhere without carrying a small supply of them with him. “'hen one pays a formal visit, when one has a service to ask of some one, or to thank a person, the first thing to do is to uuroll a Hold; ...

Google previewAnnual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution (1895)

by United States National Museum

The khala is a piece of silk, nearly as fine as gauze. Its color is a bluish white. Its length is abont'threc times its width; the two extremities usually terminate in fringes. There are khataa of every size and price; for it is an object that the poor as well as the rich can not do without. No one ever goes anywhere without carrying a small supply of them with him. When one pays a formal visit, when one has a service to ak of some one, or to thank a person, the first thing to do is to unroll a khata; ...

Google previewConcise Pāli-English Dictionary (1957)

by Ambalaṅgoḍa Polvattē Buddhadatta, A. P. Buddhadatta Mahāthera

Khala, nt. threshing floor ( for corn); — agga, nt. the beginning of threshing. — mandala, nt. threshing floor. Khalati (khal + a) ...

Google previewAn English-Konkani Pronouncing Pocket Dictionary (1930)

by J. M. Pinto

Aprodan, khala ustolo munis. Subdivide, sub-di-raid', v. Por- tini vanttunc; aninc vantte co- runc. Subdivision, sub-ds-vi'jon, a. Vantteucho vantto. Subdue, sob'din, v. Khalto corune ; zoit voronc. Subject, subject, A. Khalto vo khala asiolo.

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Scrabble value of K5H4A1L1A1

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