jodhpur : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words


  • n  a short riding boot that fastens with a buckle at the side

  • Written by Nicole Ronsard, 35-ish, an attractive Frenchwoman, the book speaks directly to women who worry about having dimpled flesh, "jodhpur thighs," "saddlebag buttocks" and .
  • Escorted to the White House by Vice President Richard Nixon, Nehru, dressed in his customary achkan, high-buttoned coat and salwars (jodhpur-like trousers), jauntily shook hands .
  • But you can't get much more horse country than the Michael Kors Fall 2001 collection, the epitome of the much discussed "equestrian look": tight, jodhpur-inspired stretch pants .
News & Articles

  • A Sweet Scent Made for an Indian Princess
    British fragrance house Penhaligon's had to travel to Jodhpur, India, for its newest perfume creation, Vaara, because that's what you do when a perfume is commissioned by a maharaja. While official titles and privileges no longer exist, Gaj Singh II (once called His Highness Maharaja) still wanted to commemorate the ... More »        
    Aug. 9, 2013 - New York Magazine

  • Salman Khan in Hindu
    A warrant has been apparently issued and as per advice from my lawyers, I am going to Jodhpur to surrender. Nobody has told me to get there but I am going there as a responsible citizen who abides by the law,Khan told the media in Mumbai.
  • Mick Jagger in (blog)
    If you are combining different styles, there are bound to be influences but the roots remain intact. Jodhpur RIFF has got the balance just right,Jagger said.
  • Conrad Hilton in Press Trust of India
    A statement issued by Hilton said that "the decision has been appealed before Rajasthan High Court's Jodhpur Bench."

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image