Definition of Jampans
1. jampan [n] - See also: jampan
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Literary usage of Jampans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life of Lord Lawrence by Reginald Bosworth Smith (1901)
"There were several heavily swollen streams to be crossed, and here the jampans were carried on the heads of the bearers instead of on their ..."
2. Through Town and Jungle: Fourteen Thousand Miles A-wheel Among the Temples by William Hunter Workman, Fanny Bullock Workman (1904)
"From the foot of the hill we were carried in jampans up the steep paved walk enclosed by ... Leaving the jampans we wandered through courtyards, apartments, ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1875)
"After breakfast, without loss of time they again set off in the various jampans, the bearers of which moved along to the measure of a low monotonous cry, ..."
4. The Occult World by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1886)
"the exact spot we did actually choose for the picnic with a view to the previous preparations, but the exact spot on which the ladies' jampans were ..."