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Mandu are dumplings in Korean cuisine. They are similar to pelmeni and pierogi in some Slavic cultures. The name is cognate with the names of similar types of meat-filled dumplings along the Silk Road in Central Asia, such as Turkish manti, and Kazakh manty. Chinese mantou is also considered a cognate, which used to mean meat-filled dumplings, but now refers to steamed buns without any filling.
"Mandu" is a 1957 documentary film directed by Neil Gokhale.
- country: India
- language: English Language
- genre: Documentary film
- released in (58 years ago)
- award: - All India Certificate of Merit for the Second Best Documentary, received by Neil Gokhale & Films Division of India
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A Village and Its Region by Adrian C. Mayer
Mandu is a ruin 11 THE ...
History of Mandu (1879)
The Ancient Capital of Malwa
Mandu is a mass of mountain of irregular contour, with tabular summit (on which are two or ...
With Extracts from the Khulasatu-t-tawarikh and the Chahar Gulshan by Sir Jadunath Sarkar
MANDU is a large city, 12 has ...
Moebius Trip (2007)
Digressions from India's Highways by Giti Thadani
Mandu. Hilltop Mandu is a well-known tourist destination, famous for its fifteenth-century Islamic romantic palace, which was specially designed as a place ...
Monuments of India (2003)
Mandu is a site protected by National Culture Fund. w BIJAPUR The city of Bijapur in Karnataka is ...
by Manohar Sajnani
Mandu It's a romantic building, the perfect setting for a fairytale romance — but one with an unhappy ending. Akbar, it is said, was prompted to conquer Mandu partly due to Rupmati's beauty. And when Akbar marched on the fort Baz Bahadur ...
First edition, 2010 by LB Lokosang
Mandu The word “mandu” means “hatred” or “dislike”—a negative connotation indeed. It could mean the girl was born when the parents fell out of grace of the larger family or clan. There could have been some blame apportioned on the girl's ...
by Iqtidar Alam Khan
MANDU. An ancient town in the Narbada valley. The ruler of Malwa, Dilawar Khan (1401— 1405), ...
by G. Rehm
Malabar tamarind hila, baniti, goraka, aradal, dharambe mandu Garcinía dulcis ( Roxb.) Kurz baniti mandu, garcinia, mukute Garcim'a hanburyi Hook.f. gamboge, Siam gamboge Gummi-gutti Garcinìa indica (Thou.) Choisy kokam butter tree ...
An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon
payuk ta mo-huhutu-wa 7ulorjo topo- mandu ...
by Trudy Ring, Robert M. Salkin, Sharon La Boda
Junagadh Kanchipurarn Khajuraho Konarak Kutnbakonam Kurukshetra Lucknow Madras Mahabalipuram Mandu Mathura Mount Abu Nasik Plassey Puri Quilon Ratneswaram Sanchi Somnath Srinagar Th anj avar Ujjain Varanasi ...
by Peter Connolly, Emeritus Professor of History at the London School of Economics John Gillingham, John Gillingham, John Lazenby
Mandu fortress in central India on the summit of a flat-topped hill in the Vindhayan mountain range, defended by a wall some 37 km/23 mi long, with battlements, buttresses, and numerous gates. It was probably a stronghold from ancient times.
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- Trees near Mandu
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- Fortifications on the Mandu plateau
These robust ramparts look onto the valley separating the Malwa and Mandu plateaus.
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- View of the Mandu Plateau from Lal Mahal
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- Hoshang Shah's tomb, Mandu
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