Definition of Darbar

1. Noun. A ceremonial gathering held by a British colonial ruler, especially in India. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Darbar

1. durbar [n -S] - See also: durbar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Darbar

dapples
dappling
daps
dapsone
dapsone neuropathy
dapsones
daptomycin
daqingshanite
daquiri
daquiris
daraf
darafs
darapiosite
darapskite
darb
darbar (current term)
darbari
darbaris
darbars
darbepoetin
darbies
darbouka
darboukas
darbs
darbuka
darbukah
darbukas
darcies
darckness
darcy

Literary usage of Darbar

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1. The Career of Major George Broadfoot, C. B. ...: In Afghanistan and the Punjab by William Broadfoot, George Broadfoot, Edward Law Ellenborough, Henry Hardinge Hardinge (1888)
"... the darbar—Intimates the Sikh movements to Sir H. Gough and Sir J. Littler—The Commander-in- Chief orders up certain troops—Broadfoot issues orders ..."

2. The Life of the Marquis of Dalhousie, K. T. by William Lee-Warner (1904)
"... darbar at Rupar—Ranjit Sing's death, disorder, and Sikh war, 1845—New settlement with the British, ..."

3. A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Relating to India and by India Foreign and Political Dept (1893)
"TRANSLATION of darbar ORDER to OFFICIALS, giving NOTICE of GRANT Of TWELVE VILLAGES to RAJAH BALWANT ..."

4. A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Relating to India and by India Foreign and Political Dept (1893)
"Any manner of dispute arising between the people connected with the railway and the subjects of the darbar to be decided before the Political Officer. 4. ..."

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