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" India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant Oody Sing, that he pledged himself... "
An Alphabetical List of the Feasts and Holidays of the Hindus and Muhammadans - Page 63
by India. Imperial Record Dept - 1914 - 123 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 48

1832
...whole province has often accompanied the katchli ; and the monarch of India was eo pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the Princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle, and protector to her infant,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 48

1832
...whole province has often accompanied the katchli ; and the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the Princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle, and protector to her infant,...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

1834 - 24 pages
...whole province has often accompanied the katchli, and the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant...
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The Hindoos, Volume 1

Hindus - 1834
...whole province has often accompanied the katchli, and the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her .infant...
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A classical dictionary of India illustrative of the mythology, philosophy ...

John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore.) - 1871
...the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant, that he pledged himself...conquests in Bengal when called on to redeem his pledge. Many romantic tales arc founded on the gift of the Rakhi. Sec Tod's Rajasthan, I, 312. Rakshas —...
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A Classical Dictionary of India: Illustrative of the Mythology, Philosophy ...

John Garrett - 1871 - 793 pages
...it is peculiarly appropriate as an emblem of devotion. The emperor Humayun was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajasthan, on receiving the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant,...
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Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, Or, The Central and Western ..., Volume 1

James Tod - 1873
...whole province has often accompanied the katchli, and the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant...
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India and Her Neighbours

Sir William Patrick Andrew - 1878 - 413 pages
...whole province has often accompanied the Katchli, and the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the Princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant,...
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Rhymes of Rajputana

George Herbert Trevor - 1894 - 237 pages
...whole province has often accompanied the katchli, and the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajast'han, on receiving the bracelet of the princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and uncle and protector to her infant...
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A History of the Great Moghuls: Or, A History of the Badshahate of ..., Volume 1

Pringle Kennedy - 1905 - 319 pages
...the North-West of Bengal. As to this Todd tells us " *the monarch of India was so pleased with this courteous delicacy in the customs of Rajasthan, on receiving the bracelet of the Princess Kurnavati, which invested him with the title of her brother, and * Todd. Rajasthan, Vol. I. pp. 263—...
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