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[mass noun] Intricate ornamental openwork in wood, metal, stone, etc.[as modifier] ‘a bamboo jali bedside cabinet’
- ‘Its intricately carved windows have beautiful jali or filigree work that is a feature of all buildings of the period in Ahmedabad.’
- ‘The jali, used in many historic buildings such as the Taj Mahal, gives definition and an aesthetic appeal to a space.’
- ‘Murri work, taipchi, jali, dhun etc are some of the common varieties of chikan work.’
- ‘Also continued here is the jali work along the facades, rich in detail, which keeps the interiors cool and breezy.’
- ‘She installed her naive ceramic figures in an enclosure made from jali, a traditional decorative lattice used in Indian architecture.’
Urdu, from jaal a net.
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