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" boldest and most experienced strikes his lance into the first he reaches, then dips a cloth in the blood which at the end of his lance he thrusts close to the nose of the next, and, wheeling about, sets off at speed followed by the whole herd lured by... "
Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency ... - Page 288
1901
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Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, Or, The Central and Western ..., Volume 2

James Tod - India - 1873
...upon a herd grazing, the boldest and most experienced strikes his lance into the first he readies, then dips a cloth in the blood, which at the end of his lance he thrusts close to the nose ot the next, and wheeling about, sets off at speed, followed by the whole herd, lured by the scent...
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Gazetteer, Volume 5

Bombay (India : State) - Bombay (India : State) - 1880
...evince a peculiar dexterity uniting with the Bháts in the practice. Whan they come upon a herd the boldest and most experienced strikes his lance into...end of his lance he thrusts close to the nose of the nr\t and, wheeling about, sets off at speed followed by the whole herd lured by the scent of blood...
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The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia ..., Volume 3

Edward Balfour - Asia, Southeastern - 1885
...upon a herd grazing, the boldest and most experienced strikes his lance into the first he Teaches, then dips a cloth in the blood, which at the end of...herd, lured by the scent of blood and the example of the leader. The Rebari of Gujerat are nomade shepherds, who rear camels, sheep, and goats, and subsist...
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The Tribes and Castes of the North-western Provinces and Oudh, Volume 4

William Crooke - Caste - 1896
...uniting with the Bhattis in the practice as far as DâMputra. When they come upon a herd grazing, the boldest and most experienced strikes his lance into...scent of blood and the example of their leader.” Of the Bombay branch of the tribe we are told that “ in Kachchh they say they came from Mârwãr,...
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