Tarikh-I-Sora H; A History of the Provinces of Sora H and Halar in Kathiawad

Tarikh-I-Sora H; A History of the Provinces of Sora H and Halar in Kathiawad

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...Siheb, to intercede for him; thus he obtained pardon after surrendering the moiety of his parganah to the Navab. During the same year that mine of virtues K u v a r j i, --mercy be upon him, --the father of the Divanji Saheb Amarji, after becoming a Sanyasi (or Brahman ascetic) became an inmate of Paradise. Liberation Of The Mtjtasadis Op Kachh Bhuj. The Rao Saheb Godji had surrendered his Mutasadis (darbar officials) as securities to the custody of the Arab and other Jamiidiirs, whose salaries he was unable to pay; but, as the delay was long, the Arabs, after exposing them to innumerable calamities, brought them to the district of Hiiliir. Their Jamadiir, who was an honourable man, was so greatly distressed at their insubordination that he put on his coat of mail and threw himself into the river Aji. When the Divanji Saheb, who was at that time collecting peshkash (tribute) in this zillah heard of it, he, for the sake of the honour of the Rao Saheb, paid the debt, and released the Mutasadis. In return for this handsome act the Rao SAheb for some time used to send the Divanji Saheb all sorts of presents and gifts. Punishment Of The Vaghars And Malias. Crowds of Vaghars were in the frequent habit of attacking the troops of the Srimant Peshva, of the GuekvAd, and of the Jam, of spiking the cannon with iron nails, and of plundering the regions of HallAr, Jhalavad and Kachh; accordingly the Divanji reduced them to obedience after some fighting, and caused them to pay a fine. Punishment Of The Babria's And Of The Una Qasbatis. The B a b r i a s, who subsist on impure food, were sallying forth from the shelter of their thorn-bushes and-hills to commit depredations in the villages of Nagher, Kathiavad, and Walak. The army was sent against them; they stood...show more

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  • Paperback | 72 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 145g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236666143
  • 9781236666147
  • 2,296,708