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These all are somewhat same-to-same...
DSP Saab: "Arre bhai, only yesterday I categorically denied it, no?"
Kesh: uncut hair
Kangha: a wooden comb
Kara: a metal bracelet
Kachera: a specific style of cotton undergarments
Kirpan: a strapped curved dagger
Now a Cut Surd is a Surd who has decided that one K (Kesh) is not worth the hassle. The cutting of the hair could either happen unceremoniously in a moment of whim or after life-long consideration.
The newly cut surd can be found walking around with an air of freedom but might also carry deep feelings of guilt and loss of culture. Twenty years ago cut surds might have been treated as apostates but in modern India (see traditional with modern outlook) this practice is becoming increasingly common.
regu: ok,count till 50 ok.count slowly and don't peek.
"Ya, ya, he's a cutsurd, yaar."
In those days of understatements & modest means, you could say 'powder' was more or less the only make-up that many of our mothers used. Pooshified lavishly enough on their children's faces though (with one number powder puff) Cuticura came in a tall cylindrical orange tin with some kind of white flower design on it.
I dont even have to tell you that a Mallu would call it 'Kutty-kkoora', alle?
Malavika: coming! I will put Kuttykkoora & one pottu at least..
Shashi: Dond fargett to put 1.5kg of jewellery oleso. Itiss social prestige enhancer.
also chattai-kari (feminine gender noun)
"No, no, that is Raabert (Robert). he is a chattai-karan."