There tumbled into the compartment, as the train was moving off, a mean, lean little person - a Mahratta, so far as Kim could judge by the cock of the tight turban.
Oh, there is no caste where men go to - look for tarkeean,' the Mahratta replied, in the prescribed cadence.
And a Son of the Charm,' said Kim under his breath, as the Kamboh made haste to prepare a pipe lest the Mahratta should beg.
I am ten leagues deep in calamity,' cried the Mahratta, picking up the cue.
At Bandakui, where lives one of Us, I thought to slip the scent by changing my face, and so made me a Mahratta.
The Mahratta twitched his fingers with pain from time to time.
Hicky's Bengal Gazette, Amrita Bazar Patrika, Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak's twin newspapers Kesari (in Marathi) and Mahratta
(in English), come readily to mind, which acted as agents of mobilisation and change during India's struggle for political independence," Dattu said.
During 1817 and 1818, British troops were engaged in what later was termed the Mahratta
War, which with its successful conclusion, from the British perspective, resulted in British control of much of that portion of the region.
Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture, organisers of the seminar and the premier industrial association for promoting trade and development in Pune, noted that many of the attendees had expressed an interest in visiting Oman to view the facilities and meet relevant local companies and government officials to explore other cross-border opportunities by utilising the Port of Salalah and Salalah Free Zone as a springboard to emerging markets in East Africa, India, and the GCC from a single location.