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" For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tanks, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is trodden, of the very air that is breathed, and of everything in it and around it, Benares has been famed for thousands of years. "
The Sacred City of the Hindus: An Account of Benares in Ancient and Modern Times - Page xxxvi
by Matthew Atmore Sherring - 1868 - 388 pages
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Calcutta Review, Volume 40

1864
...through every century of its existence. For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tanks, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is...Benares has been famed for thousands of years. The poor deluded sensualist, whose life has been passed in abominable practices, or the covetous mahajaq...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 40

1864
...century of its existence. For the sanctity of inhabitants, of its temples and tanks, of its wells and . of the very soil that is trodden, of the very air...breathed, and of -everything in it and around it, Bemnes 1ms been lamed for thousands of years. The poor deluded sensualist, wh<c lilthas been passed...
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From Calcutta to the Snowy range. By an old Indian (F.F.W.).

Frederick F. Wyman - 1866
...through every century of its existence. For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tanks, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is...Benares has been famed for thousands of years. The poor deluded sensualist, whose life has been passed in abominable practices ; or the covetous mahajan,...
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From Calcutta to the Snowy Range: Being the Narrative of a Trip Through the ...

W. F. F., Francis Faithful Warden - 1866 - 355 pages
...through every century of its existence. For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tanks, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is...Benares has been famed for thousands of years. The poor deluded sensualist, whose life has been passed in abominable practices ; or the covetous mahajan,...
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The Christian Witness and Congregational Magazine, Volume 4

1868
...inhabitants — of its temples and priests — of its wells and streams — of its roads and stairs — of the very soil that is trodden — of the very air...in it and around it — • Benares has been famed throughout her long career. The Hindu ever beholds the city in one peculiar aspect, as a place of spotless...
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Remains of Lost Empires: Sketches of the Ruins of Palmyra, Nineveh, Babylon ...

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1875 - 531 pages
...the religious sympathies of the Hindus through every century of its existence. For the sanctity of its inhabitants — of its temples and reservoirs...— of the very air that is breathed — and . of every thing in and around it, Benares has been famed for thousands of years." If a hoary antiquity...
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The Sunday Magazine for Family Reading, Volume 1

1878
...is a city wholly given to idolatry. For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tanks, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is...is breathed, and of everything in it and around it, the city has been celebrated for thousands of years. The Hindoo ever beholds it in one peculiar aspect,...
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Indian pictures, Volume 298

William Urwick - 1881
...frequently alluded to in early Sanscrit literature. Fpr A VISIINUVITE FAKIR. '3' • the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and reservoirs, of its wells and streams, Benares has been famed for thousands of years. Here, to quote the high authority of the lamented Rev....
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Modern Hinduism: Being an Account of the Religion and Life of the Hindus in ...

William Joseph Wilkins - 1887 - 494 pages
...through every century of its existence. For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tombs, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is trodden, of the air that is breathed, and of everything in and around it, Benares has been famed for thousands of years....
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Modern Hinduism: Being an Account of the Religion and Life of the Hindus in ...

William Joseph Wilkins - 1887 - 494 pages
...through every century of its existence. For the sanctity of its inhabitants, of its temples and tombs, of its wells and streams, of the very soil that is trodden, of the air that is breathed, and of everything in and around it, Benares has been famed for thousands of years....
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