From Hindi कच्चा (kaccā, “raw, unripe”).
kutcha (comparative more kutcha, superlative most kutcha)
- Imperfect, makeshift; ramshackle, second-rate.
- Dried brick or mud, used as a material.
- 1888, Rudyard Kipling, ‘The Hill of Illusion’, Under the Deodars, Folio Society 2005, p. 44:
- It must be crumbling to pieces. All except the Amirtollah kutcha road. I don't believe that could crumble till the Day of Judgement.