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" Dudeej alive, and in excellent health ; but they thought it their duty to explain to him their orders. He told them that he should be very proud indeed to have his bones used as arms in so holy a cause ; but he had unfortunately vowed to bathe at all... "
Gazetteer of the Province of Oudh - Page 497
1877 - 525 pages
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Diary of a tour through Oude, in December 1849, & January & February, 1850

William Henry Sleeman (sir.) - 1852
...died, and must perform his vow. Grievously perplexed, the Deotas all went and submitted their ease to their leader, the god Indur. Indur consulted his...whatever in the case— that the angels of all the wholly shrines in India had been established at and around Neemsar by Brimha himself; and the Deotas...
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A Journey Through the Kingdom of Oude in 1849-1850: With Private ..., Volume 2

Sir William Henry Sleeman - Oudh (India) - 1858
...that he should be very proud indeed to have his bones used as arms in so holy a cause ; but he had unfortunately vowed to bathe at all the sacred shrines...India had been established at and around Neemsar by Briraha himself; and the Deotas had only to take water from all the sacred places over which they presided,...
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Gazetteer of the Province of Oudh...: N-Z

Oudh (India) - 1877
...that he should be very proud indeed to have his bones used as arms in so holy a cause ; but he had unfortunately vowed to bathe at all the sacred shrines...shrines in India had been established at and around Neerasar by Brimha himself, and the deotas had only to take water from all the sacred places over which...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 6

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1881
...went and submitted their case to their leader, the god Indra. Indra consulted his chaplain, Brispati, who told him that there was really no difficulty whatever...shrines in India had been established at and around Nimsar by Brahma himself, and the deotas had only to take water from all the sacred places over which...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 9

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1886
...went and submitted their case to their leader, the god Indra. Indra consulted his chaplain, Brispati, who told him that there was really no difficulty whatever...shrines in India had been established at and around Nimsdr by Brahma himself, and the deotas had only to take water from all the sacred places over which...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 9

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1886
...went and submitted their case to cheir leader, the god Indra. Indra consulted his chaplain, Brispati, who told him that there was really no difficulty whatever...shrines in India had been established at and around Nimsdr by Brahma himself, and the deotas had only to take water from all the sacred places over which...
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