Definition of Jhalas
1. jhala [n] - See also: jhala
Lexicographical Neighbors of Jhalas
jhalas (current term)
Literary usage of Jhalas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Suppression of Infanticide in Western India Under the by John Wilson (1855)
"... will give to the Jam and to the chief family of the jhalas. ... and jhalas." * The following is an important extract of a letter on this subject ..."
2. History of the Suppression of Infanticide in Western India Under the by John Wilson (1855)
"... give to the Jam and to the chief family of the jhalas. ... and jhalas." * The following is an important extract of a letter on this subject addressed by ..."
3. Catalogue méthodique de la bibliothèque communale de la ville d'Amiens [by J by Jacques Jean B.A. Garnier, Amiens bibl (1875)
"... is during the rains. or trenched, according to season. should be covered in. In the rains large jhalas, 4 feet deep 280. Water-supply. ..."
4. Gazetteer of the Bombay Presidency by Bombay (India : State) (1879)
"The four villages in Viramgam are held by jhalas. Besides these, in Dholka, one village is held by ..."
5. The Annals of Indian Administration by Meredith Townsend (1856)
"Jhalawar, or the country of the jhalas, unites with ... The jhalas are supposed to have been located in the peninsula since the eighth century. ..."
6. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... are now existing as proprietors of the soil who exercised sovereignty in the country prior to the immigration of the jhalas, ..."
7. Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, Or the Central and Western Rajpoot by James Tod (1873)
"... the jhalas and Chohans, rather than admit foreign interference in their quarrel, thought it better to effect a reconciliation between father and son; ..."