Definition of Tamashas
1. tamasha [n] - See also: tamasha
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tamashas
Literary usage of Tamashas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life in the Moslem East by Pierre Ponafidine (1911)
"... Persia—Edible Varieties of Earth—Amusements—tamashas—Dinners—Sport—Falconry — Training of Falcons—Special Forms of Sport—Races—Jugglers and Gymnastics. ..."
2. A Summer Ride Through Western Tibet by Jane E. Duncan (1906)
"He often told the men that they did not know how to manage their " ladies," because they allowed them to go to the tamashas and did not give them any new ..."
3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1907)
"While in Ladakh she witnessed Tibetan wedding festivities and a Tibetan funeral, and attended several tamashas (festivals). She reached her nearest point to ..."
4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1880)
"... and similar tamashas (amusements), varied the monotony of station life. Besides the performers hired for the occasion, the festivities attracted to Ba- ..."
5. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"I think I'm growing too old to care for these tamashas." They were getting up sports, and Georgie was on the committee. He never noticed how perfectly the ..."
6. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1864)
"... an impression, which past experience tells us, is much more effectually produced by tamashas, than by a quiet unostentatious proceeding. ..."