Definition of Subahdars
1. Noun. (plural of subahdar) ¹
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Definition of Subahdars
1. subahdar [n] - See also: subahdar
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Literary usage of Subahdars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British Empire in the Nineteenth Century: Its Progress and Expansion at by Edgar Sanderson (1897)
"... or subahdars— Social state under Mogul rule—Death of Aurangzeb and decline of the empire— Nadir Shah's march upon Delhi—The Mogul army defeated and ..."
2. Târikh-i-Soraṭh: A History of the Provinces of Soraṭh and Hâlâr in Kâthiâwâd by Ranchodji Amarji, Divan of Junagadh Ranchodji Amarji (1882)
"... and the fort was occupied by the servants of the Navab of Junagadh. VICTORY OVER THE subahdars OP THE ..."
3. Speeches of the Managers and Counsel in the Trial of Warren Hastings by Warren Hastings, Edward Augustus Bond, Great Britain Parliament (1860)
"... of the subahdars being a person who had formerly been employed in intrigues at the court of Fyzabad, and another of them engaged in acts likewise of a ..."
4. A Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resources of the British Empire by Patrick Colquhoun (1814)
"By this arrangement while the power of the subahdars is lessened by or rather brought back to its original state by an act of- the Supreme. ..."
5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1827)
"subahdars, our European readers ought to be told, are commissioned officers ... He suggests, besides, that as often as the sons of subahdars shall enter the ..."
6. The Development of Modern Europe: An Introduction to the Study of Current by James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard (1907)
"In his old age he saw that anarchy would come after he was gone and he wrote a sad letter to A friend in which he bemoaned a wasted life.1 subahdars, ..."
7. The Development of Modern Europe: An Introduction to the Study of Current by James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard (1907)
"Like the counts and dukes of the Carolingian period, the emperor's officials, the subahdars and nawabs (nabobs), and the rajahs— ie the Hindu princes ..."
8. The History of British India by James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson (1858)
"... the governors or subahdars of provinces, and confirmed them in their commands, he marched in a northern direction, overrunning the country on both sides ..."