- ba·kla·va (bä kl -vä , bä kl -vä ). n. A dessert made of paper-thin layers of pastry, chopped nuts, and honey.
- The Fall of the Graeco-Bactrians, Sakas and Indo-Parthians Richard
- Indian sources usually speak of Sakas and Pahlavas or Parthians together, and we may suppose that they divided rule of the vast area between them.
- In this article I would like to highlight the Saka/Scythian influence on
- Śaka/Scythian and Śaka-Pahlava or Scytho-Parthian art styles.
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- the Shakas, the Parthians or the Pahlavas and the Kushanas. the Shakas, these groups were referred to in the Indian sources as Shaka-Pahlava.
- SARVASTIVADA BUDDHIST SCHOLASTICISM
- 1.3 Saka-Pahlava Reign. 95.
- Kırgızistan'da iftar yemeği
- Pazar satıcıları, iftar sofrası için en çok hurma, kurutulmuş elma çeşitleri, ceviz, kuruyemiş ile undan yapılmış çakçak, seldeçe, Kırgız pahlava, zanza tatlıların tercih edildiğini söylüyor.
- The Pahlavas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Pahlavas are a people mentioned in ancient Indian texts like the Manu Smriti , various Puranas, the Ramayana, the Mahabharata, and the Brhatsamhita.
- Pahlava Kingdom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pahlava Kingdom is identified to be a kingdom of an Iranian tribe.
- Lazy Pahlava - Russian Season: Russian and Eastern European
- Nov 20, 2009 The best Pahlava I have ever tried was in Turkey: it was soaked in honey, golden, and crunchy.
- The Art of Uzbek Cuisine: Pahlava
- Dec 27, 2009 Today I am posting the recipe for my "Pahlava" or "baklava".
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