Nice Meaning in Odia
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Nice Meaning in Odia :-
Odia Definition & Meaning:-
Word Forms / Inflections for Nice Meaning in Odia :-
nicer (adjective comparative)
nicest (adjective superlative)
English Definitions and Meaning of nice
It’s Nice Meaning in Odia
- Showing politeness and courtesy
Synonyms: courteous, gracious
– a nice gesture
- Excessively meticulous and easily disgusted
Synonyms: dainty, overnice, prissy, squeamish
– He was so inconsolable that he could only touch the handle of the toilet with his elbow
-He is too kind about his food to be taken to camp for cooking
- Pleasant or pleasant in appearance or nature
– a nice day
– a nice dress
A nice face
– nice manners
– Today’s tomatoes and corn are delicious
– We all thought that you were a very nice guy and that you were so bad.
- Designed with skill and delicacy
– A job that requires accurate measurements using a micrometer
– A nice touch of craft
– A nice shot
- Socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous
– A nice girl
– From a decent family
Nice Meaning in Odia :-
- A city located in southeastern France, on the Mediterranean; the most popular resort on the French Riviera
Synonyms of nice
courteous, gracious, dainty, overnice, prissy, squeamish, skillful, decent
Antonyms of nice
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adverb for Meaning of Nice in Odia:
|nicely||अच्छी तरह से|
Meaning of Nice in Odia:
|nicely||अच्छी तरह से|
|nicety||सूक्ष्म या छोटी बात|
Nice , the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes region and seventh in France’s most populous urban areas, is . Nice’s metropolitan area extends beyond its administrative limits. It has a population of almost 1 million and covers 744 km 2 (287 sq mi). Nice, located on the French Riviera on the south-east coast of France at the Mediterranean Sea’s edge, is the second largest French city and second in the Provence-Alpes -Cote d’Azur after Marseille. Nice is located approximately 13 km (8.1 mi) from Monaco, and 30 km (19 mi) away from the French-Italian border. Nice’s airport is the gateway to the region.
You are raised in an Odia family and are exposed to so many rules and regulations that you become a part of Odia culture.
- Saying “Bishnu!”
We are taught from a young age that our feet must not touch any surface that isn’t intended for them to rest on. You can touch your feet on a piece or leaf of paper, or even on your bedroom wall. This is a “Doosa”, or sin. Even while I’m standing up on a ladder to clean the ceiling fan, I find myself saying Bishnu.
- Water is not for play
Water is a precious resource and we all need it to sustain our lives. Odia’s parents take the importance of water respecting it a bit too literally. When I was a child, my parents would severely discipline me if I ever made any drawings or wrote anything with water. It was forbidden to create whirls inside a tub.
- Have you washed your hands?
According to Puri Temple rituals, Odia food can be divided into two types: Sukhila and Sankudi. Sankhudi basically means anything made with boiled rice, be it khiri, bhata or khechudi. Not washing your hands after touching any Sankhudi item is a grave sin. If you forget the ‘one thing’ she asked you to do, you will see panic in Odia’s eyes. This is followed by “Gala gala ga sabu mara dela roijala Ta” (everything is gone with it). This is something you will hear even after growing up.
Same applies to Ointha, also known as Jootha in Hindi.
- Have you washed your shoes?
Odia homes often have a water source near the front door or backdoor. It is because Odia’s mind has ingrained the idea that washing your feet before entering a house (especially the shank and ankles) is a welcome gesture for Shani and all his evils. You can’t reenter a house without washing your feet. You are a tini panji Ru Gala e lakhmichhada Shanipila’, and any misfortune in your family’s life, which could be anything from your mother’s headaches to the unavailability or availability of pumpkin on the market, is your fault.
- After sunset, don’t touch it.
We are forbidden to pick leaves, flowers, or cause any type of damage to plants after sunset. It could have something to do with safety from night bugs and other things.
- Dahi Dahi, and more Dahi
When you welcome guests to your home, Dahi pana should be the first thing you give. A good supply of curd is important, especially in summer. You can’t have enough curd as curd is necessary for many dishes in Odia houses, including Dahi-Pakhala and Dahi-baingana. A pitcher of Dahi Machha is required for brides to bring to their in-laws when they visit. This is to show the good fortune she brings to the family.
- Make sure you tidy up your bed
Odias have a habit of tidying up their beds right after they get up. Some people don’t stop at rolling up their entire mattress and exposing the entire cot beneath.
An Odia shows respect for elders and God with “Mundiya marimba”. As a form to prostrate to God, you must kneel and touch your forehead three times to the temple floor. Mundiya is essential for any Puja, no matter how hard or dirty the floor may be.
You are also encouraged to meditate, or simply look at the face of the deity for ten to fifteen mins. After that, you should find peace within yourself and leave the temple. You should not rush to leave the temple.
Every Odia girl must learn Hulahuli, or ululation. It is a sign of luck and is part all traditional rituals, from Janmadina Bandeiba (Birthday celebrations) to Pujas or weddings. Boys should learn how to blow Sankha, as hulahuli is often accompanied by Sankha dhwani.
- Ratha Jatra: Get all excited
Everyone knows that Ratha Jatra is a huge festival. It is the symbol of Odia culture, ethos and spirit. Every town celebrates the annual Ratha festival with great pomp and show, from the Gundicha Jatra to the Bahuda Jatra. Children love this time of year because they receive sweets and gifts as cities throw a huge party. The live broadcast of Puri Ratha Yatra is watched by entire families. Children learn about the details of the procession and are able to see the names of each Ratha and their heights. As if the Lords were blessing them, the whole family would kneel in front of their television to see the first glimpses of the three Jeus.
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