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- pigeon pea is known by numerous names with different etymologies, such as: arhar dal (अरहर दाल, hindi), harada dali (odia), orhor dal (অড়হর ডাল, bangla)
- 'lentil' in indian english, see pulse (legume). for the toor (called ' arhar dal' अरहर दाल in hindi), see pigeon pea. the lentil (lens culinaris) is
- the arha[t]'; tamil engunavirai-tirumalai, lit. 'the holy mountain of the arhar') is a jain temple and cave complex dating from at least the 9th century
- viral diseases arhar mosaic arhar mosaic virus foliar vein yellowing rhabdovirus mild mosaic tobacco mosaic virus mosaic alfalfa mosaic virus cowpea mosaic
- main crops are wheat, rice, mustard, sugarcane, maiz, soyabean, gram, arhar, moong, masoor etc. kaladhungi is located at 29°17′n 79°21′e / 29.28°n
- bihar rich and diverse. rice, wheat, and maize are the major cereal crops. arhar, urad, moong, gram, pea, lentils, and khesaria are some of the pulses cultivated
- dhansak is made by cooking mutton cubes with a mixture of four lentils (arhar dal, bengal gram or chana dal, red masoor dal and brown masoor dal), potato
- notable people that were born or lived in cerknica include: france arhar (born 1948), banker and politician jože udovič (1912–1986), poet statistical