Search results from the Imperial Gazetteer of India
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Volume 1
Page 294
... for a pure Indo-Aryan, or a Chamar for a genuine Dravidian. The distinctive...
Page 428
... and extended among his own caste by the Chamar Ghasidas, between I820 and I830 A. D. The...
Page 563
... of Bengal, a true caste, his own caste by the Chamar Ghlsi- formed by crossing, and...

Volume 5
Page 115
... (65,ooo), Mang (21,000), Dhangar (40,000), and Chamar (15,ooo)-there are many wandering tribes,...

Volume 7
Page 233
... (including Koch), Namasudra (Chandal), Santal, Chamar (including Muchi), Rajput, Kurmi, Teli,...

Volume 10
Page 45
... or washerman, the Dhimar or water-bearer, the Chamar or tanner, and the village priest. At the...

Volume 15
Page 231
... (goldsmith), 24,000; Nhavi (barber), 21,000; Chamar (leather-worker), 20,000; Sutār...

Volume 19
Page 270
... arches. Groups of caves known as the Dabar Lena, Chamar Lena, and Lachandar Lena lie around the...

Volume 24
Page 169
... who works only in leather has split off from the Chamar who works raw hides. Groups from different...
Page 170
... Kahar (1,237,881), Pas! (1,239,282), and Chamar (5,890,639). No other caste numbers a...



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