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phulkari

Line breaks: phul|kari
Pronunciation: /pʊlˈkɑːri/

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Definition of phulkari in English:

noun (plural phulkaris)

1(In South Asia) an ornamental cloth or shawl embroidered with silk flowers.
1.1 [mass noun] The style of embroidery used on a phulkari.

Origin

from Hindi phūlkārī, based on phūl 'flower'.

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