Definition of Jawari
1. jowar [n -S] - See also: jowar
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Literary usage of Jawari
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report on the Railway Famine-traffic in the Presidencies of Madras and by Henry Wilberforce Clarke (1880)
"Then the quantity of the cereal — Eice = (18J + 18J x 0'8) ounces = 33 ounces. jawari = (18| + 18£ x 0-5) „ = 27'4 „ Lesser millets = (18J + 18$ x 0'4) ..."
2. The Indian ForesterForests and forestry (1893)
"The most extensive use to which this grass is put is for making rough rope for stretching over the fields when the winter crop of ' jawari' is beginning to ..."
3. Memoirs on the History, Folk-lore, and Distribution of the Races of the by Henry Miers Elliot (1869)
"A jawari of the Central Doab, in which province the word is chiefly used, could not at the ... The words jawari and Jawara are derived from Jua, a yoke, ..."
4. The Indian ForesterForests and forestry (1893)
"The most extensive use to which this grass is put is for milking rough rope for stretching over the fields when the winter crop of ' jawari' is beginning to ..."
5. Indian Museum Notes by Indian Museum (1903)
"... that this same bug " Is now doing no end of damage to the "jawari" crop"; but he sent no specimen, so it is not quite certain that the ..."
6. A manual of the Salem district in the presidency of Madras by Henry Le Fanu (1883)
"... and Belur. may be reckoned at not lees than from 26 to 40 candies of jawari ... to be about \ or V» less than that of lands yielding ragi and jawari, ..."
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