Tika (Tikka) powder for sale

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Comments (9)

diannemcd on December 31, 2010

What is Tika Powder?? beautiful vibrant colours.

kamalyn on January 3, 2011

Hi M - these look great! Bet I could have used up a full 8 gb card in this market!

Marbiz on January 5, 2011

Di Tika (or Tikka) powder is what is used to put colourful dots on the foreheads of Hindu people. It has religious meaning.

K you are right, one could have gone wild taking pictures in that marketplace.

kamalyn on February 8, 2011

Happy Birthday M! (LOL, I've been notified that it is your birthday, but I don't know whether that is the day you're in in Australia, or the day I'm in here! Since you know people around the world, you get to have a 2-day birthday! Hope it's a nice one :)

diannemcd on February 9, 2011

Hi Marbiz happy belated birthday hope it was a good one. D

Marbiz on February 19, 2011

Thank you kamalyn, Di (belatedly). Sorry I haven't been on Pano much lately. I saw you greetings on FB and replied, so hope that got through. K it's the day I'm in here but its nice to have it prolonged over 2 days. Cheers

Inspector H snaps!! on March 7, 2011

wow what colour - but my chicken tikka curry is not one of these..

Marbiz on March 8, 2011

Hey H you would have a multi coloured curry if you used this powder! LoL!

joyfotos on July 16, 2011

Beautiful vibrant colors!

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