Bistre 🎨 RGB Color Code: #3D2B1F
The hexadecimal RGB code of Bistre color is #3D2B1F. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 3D red (61/256), a 2B green (43/256) and a 1F blue component (31/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(61,43,31). Closest WebSafe color: Olive Drab (#333333)
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Look up bistre in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Bistre (or bister) can refer to two things: a very dark shade of grayish brown (the version shown on
Manje Bistre (transl. Bed-blankets, essential needs) is a 2017 Indian Punjabi-language family drama romantic comedy film featuring Gippy Grewal and Sonam
Bistre 2 is a 2019 Indian-Punjabi comedy film written by Gippy Grewal and directed by Baljit Singh Deo. It is the second installment of Manje Bistre series
Mount Bistre may refer to: Mount Bistre (Alberta) Mount Bistre (Antarctica) This disambiguation page lists articles about distinct geographical locations
"Gippy Grewal... Presenting the first look poster of #Punjabi film #ManjeBistre2... Teaser will be launched on Gippy Grewal's birthday [2 Jan 2019]… Written
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of Daana Paani". The Tribune. 3 May 2018. Retrieved 2 March 2021. "Manje Bistre 2: Gippy Grewal shares a still from the movie". The Times of India. Retrieved
Jasmine (19 July 2015). "The turbaned prince". Spectrum. The Tribune. "Manje Bistre worldwide box office collection: Gippy Grewal film emerges as biggest money
Mount Bistre (65°3′S 62°3′W / 65.050°S 62.050°W / -65.050; -62.050Coordinates: 65°3′S 62°3′W / 65.050°S 62.050°W / -65.050; -62.050) is a mountain
Mount Bistre is a summit in Alberta, Canada. It was named for its bistre colour. "Mount Bistre". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada
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