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" to Hunimaun, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are, in some parts of the town, equally numerous, clinging to all the roofs and little projections of the temples, putting their impertinent heads and hands into every fruiterer's or confectioner's... "
A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and ... - Страница 550
по James Bell - 1832
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HISTORY OF ENGLAND

LORD MAHON - 1854
...Hunimaun, that divine ape who, as the Brahmins assure us, was the conqueror of Ceylon, are not less numerous, clinging to all the roofs and little projections of the temples, thrusting, as they chatter, their heads and hands into every fruiterer's shop, or snatching the food...

The rise of our Indian empire, the history of British India, extr. from Lord ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1858
...Hunimaun, that divine ape who, as the Brahmins assure us, was the conqueror of Ceylon, are not less numerous, clinging to all the roofs and little projections of the temples, thrusting, as they chatter, their heads and hands into every fruiterer's shop, or snatching the food...

History of England, from the peace of Utrecht to the peace of ..., Том 7

Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope (Earl) - 1858
...Hunimaun, that divine ape who, as the Brahmins assure us, was the conqueror of Ceylon, are not less numerous, clinging to all the roofs and little projections of the temples, thrusting, as they chatter, their heads and hands into every fruiterer's shop, or snatching the food...

Reading books, adapted to the requirements of the Revised code, ed ..., Том 6

Alexander Ronald Grant - 1870
...order to make way for the Tonjon. Monkeys sacred to the divine ape who they say conquered Ceylon, are equally numerous, clinging to all the roofs and little projections of the temple, putting their impertinent heads and hands into every fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, and...

Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India, from ..., Том 1

Reginald Heber - 1873
...make way for the tonjon. Mcukeys sacred to Hunimaun, the difine ape who conquered Ceylon for Kama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging...into every fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, and snatching the food from the children at their meals. Fakirs' houses, as they are called, occur at every...

Varia: papers upon several subjects

Thomas Hervey - 1899
...prejudices of this fanatic population. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape, who, as they pretend, conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the town equally numerous, clinging to the roofs and little projections of the temples, putting their impertinent heads and hands in every...

Narrative of a Journey Through the Upper Provinces of India from Calcutta to ...

Reginald Heber - 1995 - 450 страници
...braves the prejudices of this fanatic population) in order make way for the tonjon. Monkeys sacred to Hunimaun, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for...into every fruiterer's or confectioner's shop, and snatching the food from the children at their meals. Fakirs' houses, as they are called, occur at every...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers
...population), in order to make way for the Tonjon. Monkeys, sacred to Hanuman, the divine ape, which conquered Ceylon for Rama, are in some parts of the...putting their impertinent heads and hands into every HINDOO SUPERSTITIONS. fruiterer's and confectioner's shop, and snatching the food from the children...

The Christian lady's magazine [formerly The Englishwoman's magazine] ed. by ...

Mary Milner - 1855
...lazily up and down the narrow streets, or are seen lying across them; monkeys, sacred to Huiiimaun, the divine ape who conquered Ceylon for Rama, are...town equally numerous, clinging to all the roofs and projections of the temples." It would appear that Mahomcdans reside at Benares as well as Hindus, for...




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