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1. Term given to a hot south Indian girl.
2.This is taken from the title of a pornographic film of two young people videotaping themselves having sex . The recording was subsequently leaked by "friends" of theirs
3. Mysore Mallige is the common name of the fragrant jasmine flower Jasminum grandiflorum L. of the Oleaceae family. The species is endemic to Karnataka and the flower has been patented and registered under the Intellectual Property Right act.
4. 'Mysore Mallige' has been extolled over the past century by poets, novelists and theatre artist of Karnataka. The Late K S Narasimhaswamy, well known as Mallige Kavi (poet), used the name “Mysore Mallige” for his poetry collection Mysooru Mallige (1942) and is considered one of the best literary works in the Kannada language.

Usage

1. Dai check out that mysore mallige
2. Mysore mallige MYSORE MALLIGE!!! 2 rupees vonlyyy.
Added 2011-07-18 by porkipaya

Root

Kannada

Region

Mysore

Terms referencing this

Mysorean

Definition 2 of 2

Definition

Mysore Mallige literally means Jasmine of Mysore. Now used to refer to the Mysore Mallige Scandal in 2003 that involved the leaking of a home sex video made by a couple. The video was leaked on the internet and posted online with the screen name "Mysore Mallige." Calling someone 'Mallige' can now connote 'slut'


Usage

"Mangalore leads the pack in the sleaze game. It's believed that the clip that got the Karnataka ministers into trouble was called Fasila, and was a hit in Mangalore and neighbouring Kasargod two years ago. Six years ago, a seven-minute MMS sex clip was converted into a half-hour CD named Mangalooru Mungaru Male and sold widely. In 2000, before mobiles became the rage they are now, sex CDs flew off the shelves. The famous 40-minute clip, Mysore Mallige (known as MM CD) that featured a girl from Puttur, was sold for as much as Rs 1,000."
Added 2013-05-18 by Dishoom Dishoom

Root

English

Region

Mysore

Related Terms

mallipoo, Daal Ghosht, Bluefilm, MMS

Terms referencing this

Mysorean