Definition of Kalamdans

1. Noun. (plural of kalamdan) ¹



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Definition of Kalamdans

1. kalamdan [n] - See also: kalamdan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kalamdans

kakuros
kal-
kala-azar
kala azar
kala juggah
kalaemia
kalafungin
kalakand
kalakukko
kalam
kalamata
kalamata olive
kalamata olives
kalamatas
kalamdan
kalamdans (current term)
kalamkari
kalamkaris
kalams
kalan
kalanchoe
kalanchoes
kalans
kalansuwa
kalantas
kalarippayattu
kalasie
kalbi
kalborsite

Literary usage of Kalamdans

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1. Persia: The Land of the Imams. A Narrative of Travel and Residence, 1871-1885 by James Bassett (1886)
"... and Glass—Silk and Velvet—Steel—Old Work—Porcelain—Rare Articles —Bricks and Masonry—Engraving—Hatim—kalamdans—Mills— Wine—Process of Manufacture—Arak ..."

2. Persian Art by Robert Murdoch Smith (1877)
"The Persian kalamdans or writing cases contain a small inkpot generally made of silver ... The kalamdans are' usually of papier mache painted and varnished. ..."

3. Persian Life and Customs: With Scenes and Incidents of Residence and Travel by Samuel Graham Wilson (1896)
"... swords, kalamdans, and other articles are manufactured. It was near its entrance that the Bab was executed. Thielmann, Curzon, and even Browne make the ..."

4. Persia as it is: Being Sketches of Modern Persian Life and Character by Charles James Wills (1886)
"These pen-cases, or kalamdans, are the principal occupation of the miniature-painter. As one-fourth of the male population of Persia can write, ..."

5. Report on the Punjab Exhibition, 1881-82 by Punjab (India). Secretariat (1883)
"... which furnished the original models, and thp complete surface covering of the Kashmir shawl or painted papier-mache" kalamdans seems to be aimed at. ..."

6. Gazetteer by Bombay (Presidency) (1884)
"The chief articles manufactured are carriages, carts, chairs, flower vases, boxes, kalamdans or penholders, bangles, brass copper and tin ..."

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