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" clothes for the Europeans either men or women, according to every mode that prevails, and fit up the commodes and towering headdresses for the women with as much skill as if they had been an Indian fashion or themselves had been apprentices at the "
Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency ... - Page 180
1901
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A Voyage to Surat in the Year 1689

J. Ovington - India - 1994 - 313 pages
...en or Women, according to every Mode that prevails; and i titters, fit up the Commodes, and towring Head-Dresses for the Women, with as much Skill, as if they had been an Jut/inn Fashion, or themselves had been Apprentices at the Itoi/iil Exchange. But they are tainted...
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Surat In The Seventeenth Century

Gokhale
...sailing, as exactly as if they had been the first contrivers. . . .The tailors here fashion the cloathes for the Europeans, either men or women, according...fashion, or themselves had been apprentices at the Royal Exchange. ' -yo\ The Hindu counterparts of the Muslim faqirs were the jogis and Surat had a fair...
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