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siddha

Ayurvedic medicine
A permutation of ayurvedic medicine from the Tamil culture of southern India and Sri Lanka; many of the siddha remedies are basic elements—e.g., copper, gold, mercury, sulphur.
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Though, Olamide appears to reveal these activities in his song using expressions such as ashiri eko otituloju ewe, ashiritu, (the revealing of secrets), by singing about drugs and judging by the general ambience, not to mention the kind of visuals that would entail this song.
Speaking to reporters at a press conference, IMFF Secretary Mohammad Khazaie and IMFF Public Relations Director Yazdan Ashiri denounced the film insulting the great prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and stated this film is a cultural crime.
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Ambassador Ali Ashiri, the assistant foreign minister for consular affairs, announced the initiative, which started on Tuesday.