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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Bistre (or bister) can refer to two things: a very dark shade of grayish brown (the version shown on the immediate right); a shade of brown made from soot
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 is a summit in Alberta, Canada. It was named for its bistre colour. "Mount Bistre". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada
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
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
are most commonly found in black, white, and sanguine tones, as well as bistre, shades of grey, and other colors. Colors sets are especially useful for
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
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