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" In this country they do not keep pigs or fowls, there are no dealings in cattle, no butchers' shops or distilleries in their market-places. "
The Gupta Empire - Page 59
by Radhakumud Mookerji - 1997 - 174 pages
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The Early History of India from 600 B.C. to the Muhammadan Conquest ...

Vincent Arthur Smith - 1904 - 389 pages
...garlic (Stein, transL ' Onions and garlic are regarded Kajat., bk. i, ! CHARACTER OF THE GOVERNMENT 261 they do not keep pigs or fowls, there are no dealings in cattle, no butchers' shops or distilleries in their marketplaces.1" The Chandala, or outcaste tribes, who dwelt...
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History of India: From the sixth century B.C. to the Mohammedan conquest, by ...

Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson - 1906
...country," we are told, " no one kills any living thing, or drinks wine, or eats onions or garlic. . . . They do not keep pigs or fowls, there are no dealings in cattle, no butchers' shops or distilleries in their market-places." The Chandala, or outcast tribes, who dwelt...
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The Travels of Fa-hsien (399-414 A.D.): Or Record of the Buddhistic Kingdoms

Fa-hsien, Faxian - 1923 - 96 pages
...order to distinguish themselves. Then people know who they are and avoid coming into contact with them. In this country they do not keep pigs or fowls, there are no dealings in cattle, no butchers' shops or distilleries in their market-places. As a medium of exchange they use cowries. Only...
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Ancient Indian History and Civilization

Sailendra Nath Sen - 1999 - 668 pages
...one kills any living thing, nor drinks wine, nor eats onions or garlic; but Chandalas are segregated. In this country they do not keep pigs or fowls, there are no dealings in cattle, no butcher's shops or distilleries in their market places. As a medium of exchange, they use cowries. The Middle Kingdom,...
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The Story of Our Food

K.T. Achaya - 2003 - 148 pages
...also a prolific writer. No one kills any living thing, nor drinks wine, nor eats onion or garlic ... In this country they do not keep pigs or fowls, there are no dealings in cattle, no butchers' shops or distilleries in their market-places. Of course this does not appear likely to be...
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