She reproached him, and he retired in dudgeon to the oven, where he was presently burnt to death by another woman, who kindled a fire under it not knowing that he was there.The following are the names of the Mathura gotras with the nukhs which each includes.
The tribe eat almost all kinds of flesh and drink liquor, but the Hindus now abjure beef and the Muhammadans pork.They are not, however, numerous and quite insufficient to prove a closer connexion.They are the representatives of the Bhat caste of other parts of India.
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They are well versed in folklore, and in the family histories and legends of the ancient Rajahs.Betrothal is generally not reversible, and is not annulled except on the discovery of some very serious physical defect in either bride or bridegroom and, if annulled, the expenses are repaid by the party breaking the engagement, though there is no distinct rule on the subject.The following is a song about the Nerbudda at Mandla, Rewa being another name for the river.His sarcastic references to a defeat in battle or any act displaying a want of courage inflamed their passions as nothing else could do.Directorio de Pastelerias en Madrid. 840 Empresas y servicios relacionados con Pastelerias en Madrid. Busca Pastelerias en Madrid en PÁGINAS AMARILLAS. Página 13.The following is another song about the English, not quite so complimentary.The father will then in his turn demand repayment from his son-in-law, and should the latter refuse to pay up, he proceeds to burn down his house and make himself otherwise objectionable till his claim is satisfied.Soon the ranks of the corps became full, and for every vacant place there were numbers of applicants.
Persons who have not been married till they are of advanced years very often keep a woman in this way.Polygamy is not supposed to be allowed, but a man may take a second wife if the first is barren or suffers from an incurable disease.The word Bhatra is said to mean a servant, and the tribe are employed as village watchmen and household and domestic servants.If she sank she was held to be innocent, and if she floated, guilty.To drive away the evil eye they burn a mixture of chillies, salt, human hair and the husks of kokon, which emits a very evil smell.Each new race to some extent absorbed the old inhabitants, whose language left its mark in the grammar and vocabulary of the new invaders.Members of all castes except the very lowest may become Bharias, and one Bharia will recognise another as a fellow-tribesman if he can show relationship to any person admitted to occupy that position.Hyder Ali, although not a Hindu, delighted to be constantly preceded by them, and they are still an appendage to the state of Hindu and Mussalman Chiefs.
He goes through some training, and as a test of his capacity is required by his teacher to tell at a glance the number of posts in an enclosure which he has not seen before.They retain many Hindu and animistic usages, and are scarcely Muhammadan in more than name.Essex County Republican., April 10, 1847, Page 1, Image 1., at a glance m* i sfiou'cd him all the ontrivanqes by which one brown out of gijar.
This result is obtained by placing a herb in the pot whose juice stains the water red.The structure of the tribe is a very loose one, and though the Bharias say that they are divided into subsets, there are none in reality.
The proper name of the tribe is Bharia, but they are often called Bharia-Bhumia, because many of them hold the office of Bhumia or priest of the village gods and of the lower castes in Jubbulpore, and the Bharias prefer the designation of Bhumia as being the more respectable.A pit about a foot deep is dug close to the marriage shed, and filled with mud or wet earth.They go into the jungle and look for the tracks of a peacock, and spreading a piece of red cloth before the footprint, lay their offerings of grain upon it.Outram managed to check their propensity for liquor by paying them every day just enough for their food, and giving them the balance of their pay at the end of the month, when some might have a drinking bout, but many preferred to spend the money on ornaments and articles of finery.They return and cook the game before the shrine of the god and offer to him a fowl and a pig.
Then he will make an image of a man in the sand or dust of the road, or sometimes two images of a man and woman, and throwing straw or grass over the images set it alight, and pound it down of them with a stick with abusive yells.They think that this worship and dance will cause the karma tree, the mango, the jack-fruit and the mahua to bear a full crop of fruit.Some rice, silver, or gold, is put in the hands of the bridegroom, which he passes on to the bride.They are not considered as impure, but rank above those castes only whose touch conveys pollution.