How the Dharwad peda enhances your smile

Students at a college in Dharwad deck themselves in Ilakal sarees as part of the ethnic day celebrations, on Saturday.

Photograph: Karnataka Photo News

Also read: 22 ways to smile in a blaze of earthy colours

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5 Responses to “How the Dharwad peda enhances your smile”

  1. Pulikeshi the Last Says:

    Some of the greatest singers of India came from this region. I don’t know if they were all fond of the famous pheda, but I am sure they were all happy chewers of pan, common to both poles of Karnataka.

  2. Yaaralli Says:

    They are all good looking than the ubiquitous salwar kameez and western outfit.

  3. the colonel Says:


    WHY NOT????????????????????????

  4. Doddi Buddi Says:

    Best of luck to them!

  5. victor Says:

    Pretty faces Indeed! How about some Yemmi photos? Are they still there or dissappeared like ‘Tangas’ pushed out by Auto rixas? I even missed Masali Shenga when I went to India recently. Shocked to see how Dharwad my birth place it transformed for good or … Miss you Dharwad :((((((
    Who are the artists presently, leart that my sital teacher’s son, Bale Khan had passed away. Wonder whether he made any CDs of his sitar playing!!

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