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Tu #kal #challa #jayega #😢

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haebin_j

. 추석이니까. 아침부터 종일 넉넉하게 먹어요:) . 오랜만에 동네 친구를 만나 밀린 이야기를 해요 . 먹고 싶던 백합조개와 칼국수를 배불리 먹어요 . 동네에 새로 생긴 카페에 가서 또 이야기를 해요 . 아직도 4일이나 더 남았아요 행복해😘😊 . . [challa NEON] 빛나는 네온으로 동영상과 사진을 꾸며주는 앱으로 꾸몄어요. . 나만의 감성 문구와 취향 저격 아이콘으로 당신만의 네온 감성을 만들어 보아요💫 . 구매는 프로필 링크에 있어요🙏🏻 . #찰라네온 #challaneon #일상 #네온필터 #네온효과 #찰라 #네온 #네온사인 #네온사인글귀 #challa #아이폰앱 #반짝반짝 #안드로이드 #필터 #네온편집앱 #네온글 #네온감성

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falk5bistro

🇭🇺 Marhaburgerünk egy szép szelet sült libamájjal és lilahagymalekvárral felturbózva, édes kóser barcheszben... brutális, de maga a mennyország. 🇬🇧 Our beef burger upgraded with a decent slice of goose liver and purple onion jam, in sweet kosher challa... it is a brutal dose of calories but heavenly delicious.

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kellywhaphamxox

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ciclosbikechile

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jornvanslooten

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wisdomandgiggles

Shabbat shalom. My table ready for traditional Friday night dinner. We light candles and say a blessing for the bread and wine. My candlesticks belonged to my mother and it’s so lovely to use them each week and think of her. Wishing all people everywhere peace and love ❤️ #shabbat #wine #candles #challa #fridaynight #family #friends #home #love

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saralegram

#myflatlayfriday der lieben Eva @what_eva_loves heute mal in der jüdischen Ausgabe. Ich ärgere mich schon seit Wochen, weil ich gerne mitmachen wollte. Aber Freitag ist dank Shabbat Vorbereitungen immer so durchgeplant, dass ich keine Zeit habe liebevoll Dinge zu arrangieren. Außer eben den Shabbat Tisch. Also hier bitte sehr, Shabbat Basics. Brot(Challah),Kiddushwein, Kerzen und Blumen. Außerdem passt der Beitrag, dank des Weines, hervorragend zur #iiccheers der lieben Lilli von @kitschcanmakeyourich Cheers Leute.. oder ..L‘chaim -auf das Leben und Shabbat shalom. Happy Weekend ! #jewishingermany

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skyflycreative

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dhavid_rubilar

Riders del norte no se quenes son pero tienen un flow #ffunnriders #mtb #wc #challa #dhridrs #dhbikes #temucochile #toboganes #oistaenduro

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khan001zara

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roladinrestaurant

Another Friday, another day filled with delicious sweets and challas😋👌

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ali_gems_jewel

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livnat_gotlib

שבת שלום Have a great weekend #שבתשלום #חלה #שמרים #קראנץפיסטוק #מקרונים #בייקאוףישראל #יאמי #weekend #sweet #yummy #macaroons #challa #bakingclass #סדנאותאפייה

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falk5bistro

Jó szombatot és hétvéget kívánunk! :)🕯🌞⛱ We wish you all shabbat shalom and a great weekend! :) 🕯🌞⛱

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silver.saga

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officialsumantsandal

Lyricsss: Sumant Sandal Song Name: #Challa #Keemti Dsiyo Jaroor Kida Diya Lagiyan Liness J Vdia Lage Ta Comment Krke Dsiyo Jaroor Te Vadh Ton Vadh Share Jaroor Kariyo All Guys .....🙏🙏

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bettina_sweet

😊ש ב ת מ ל כ ה

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feinunddein

"Life is short, lick the bowl!" – Okay, maybe not while making Challa dough. But it sure is nice to see friends come together and bond over cooking. . . . . .. #challa #israelifood #israelikitchen #zopf #baking #cookingram #bakingfun #kneading #knead #feinunddein #cookingclasses #bakingclass #workout #workingout #armday #chefs #cookinglove #bakinglove #teig #kneten #zopfteig #dough

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ayub4real

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alone_dhiman71

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lossnino

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sylvilia

I remember that our boat just left and we had to go to island Cinque Terre. And that time we spend stared at that little boats which are owning the fishermens. Each of that boat hide the own different story, which was made at the beautiful sea. 🌊🌊🌊🌊 #boats #fisherman #fishermen #florence #firenze #adventure #tip #travel #traveling #challa #syriangirlinflorence #beach #vitaminsea #sea #travelmemories #myblogg #mythoughts #hide #secret #colourfulboats #florenceitaly #italy

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iamginnisidhu

Retrospective #Challa Gurdas maan

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___feyza_____

I love this man! I love his movies! I love the song "Challa"...We searched and found every single place in this video clip 😍😍❤️💃🏼 #shahrukhkhan #challa #jabtakhaijaan #shahrukh #khan #bollywood

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lizwolting

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babkasandburlap

Gmar chasima tova. An easy and meaningful fast. May all of our prayers be answered for good. #babkasandburlap #challa #easyfast

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tiktokikragizem0

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cubuscharlottenberg_

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roladinrestaurant

Gmar chatima tova!🕊 We have cakes and challas waiting for you😋

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citronandquince

May everyone be sealed for a year full of health, happiness, success in everything and lots of revealed blessings! Easy and meaningful fast to all 😘 I’m so excited and thankful to be a part of @thelittleplantation #autumnphotographychallenge and really excited to post this photo of the beautiful #challot I made as my first entry. #homemade #challa #yomkippur #eatcaptureshare #photographychallenge #foodie #kosher #kosherfoodie #foodstagram #instafood #instayum #fluffy #tasty #eggfree #baking #eggfreebaking

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raja_natwarlal_

जो तु क़ुबूल है , तो तेरा सब कुछ क़ुबूल है। Jigar #ka #challa #partner #in #crime #pathakwale #heera #londa.

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thebravefather

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artixy_bee

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tmdopelika

Mondays arent so bad when delivery's like our new Challa Bags come in! These hand stitched leather bags are my new favorite thing! #taylormadeopelika #downtownopelika #challa #bags #purse #wallet #crossbodybag

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bollysdiamond

Bae ❤ - Vc: @elvinoalpacino 🦉

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actcattgg

For this weekend’s baking project, my wife said she wanted challa bread but did not know where to get a good one. I reminded her that I do know a thing or two about baking. The first loaf is already half gone so I guess I succeeded. . #cooking #cook #baking #weekend #bake #challa #bread #shabbat #cookingofinstagram #bakingofinstagram #food #foodie #foodporn #foodphotography

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cooknshoots

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khan001zara

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mephistofales

So much for the calories I rode off this morning. @topless77 went all #challa #french #toast for breakfast. #delicious #foodporn #yum

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halla_telaviv

הזמנת משלוח : 0584152020. Chocolate chic halla חלה שוקולד 😋 #yummy #chocolate #delicious #halla #challa #challot #bread #tasty #food #foodgasm #foodpics #foodporn #foodphotography #foodstagram #חלה #חלות #טעים #טעם #שוקולד #חלהשוקולד #משלוח

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saad_hashimm

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sanjay.kumar93

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

When others were toying around with gotaa patti and zardozi work on kamdani attires, we brought to you twisted gotaa work mixed with stones, zardozi, moti and sequins...dispatching tomorrow!!! #Kamdani #Mukesh #TwistedGotaaWork #Zardozi #Moti #Sequins #Stone ❤💕 The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

When others were toying around with gotaa patti and zardozi work on kamdani attires, we brought to you twisted gotaa work mixed with stones, zardozi, moti and sequins...dispatching tomorrow!!! #Kamdani #Mukesh #TwistedGotaaWork #Zardozi #Moti #Sequins #Stone ❤💕 The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

When others were toying around with gotaa patti and zardozi work on kamdani attires, we brought to you twisted gotaa work mixed with stones, zardozi, moti and sequins...dispatching tomorrow!!! #Kamdani #Mukesh #TwistedGotaaWork #Zardozi #Moti #Sequins #Stone ❤💕 The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

When others were toying around with gotaa patti and zardozi work on kamdani attires, we brought to you twisted gotaa work mixed with stones, zardozi, moti and sequins...dispatching tomorrow!!! #Kamdani #Mukesh #TwistedGotaaWork #Zardozi #Moti #Sequins #Stone ❤💕 The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

When others were toying around with gotaa patti and zardozi work on kamdani attires, we brought to you twisted gotaa work mixed with stones, zardozi, moti and sequins...dispatching tomorrow!!! #Kamdani #Mukesh #TwistedGotaaWork #Zardozi #Moti #Sequins #Stone ❤💕 The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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sabinarehman

When others were toying around with gotaa patti and zardozi work on kamdani attires, we brought to you twisted gotaa work mixed with stones, zardozi, moti and sequins...dispatching tomorrow!!! #Kamdani #Mukesh #TwistedGotaaWork #Zardozi #Moti #Sequins #Stone ❤💕 The magic of mettalic wires... #Mukaish #Mukaish work is an integral part of Lucknow's history as it originated in this city conceptualised and developed for the royalty that resided in Lucknow as part of their finery since this work was initially done with precious metals like gold and silver to make threads...it had transpired as a way to enhance the already beautiful Chikankari embroidery. Little known to us is the fact that mukesh work takes on two avatars... #Fardi ka kaam stitches that are used to create tikki or dots which most people relate to as #Mukesh work and #Challa work!!! The density of the dots or danas vary based on the desired effect of the design like the 1000 dana is referred to as "Hazaara booti" in the local lingo. Another kind of work that is popular is #Vasli ka kaam, done to create a slightly raised effect to the embroidery using different names for the different patterns that are created such as patti/patta, ornia, salami etc. The motif/pattern is filled with badla wire in either straight or angular stitches, that has been raised slightly using cardboard and covered completely.

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