1. a member of the dominant Hindu military caste in northern India
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How To Use Rajput In A Sentence

  • He will play a Rajput prince who avenges his father's murder in what is being billed as ‘a chilling thriller’.
  • Rajput men wear the dhoti (loincloth consisting of a long piece of white cotton wrapped around the waist and then drawn between the legs and tucked into the waist), often with a cotton tunic.
  • Baba Ram Dev, a popular folk deity of Rajput lineage in west Rajasthan is worshiped by both Hindus and Muslims who call him a pir, with a pundit and maulavi in attendance at the shrine in Ramdevra in Jodhpur. The Jodhaa Akbar controversy distorts the glorious legacy of Rajput-Mughal syncretic culture,
  • Rajputana the valleys of streams might be expected to be the only favourable tracts for settlement, and the name perhaps therefore is a record of the process by which the colonies of Minas in these isolated patches of culturable land developed into exogamous clans marrying with each other. The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India - Volume IV of IV Kumhar-Yemkala
  • Reminiscences of Forty-Three Years in India: Including the Cabul disasters, captivities in Afghanistan and the Punjaub, and a narrative of the mutinies in Rajputana by Sir George Lawrence OpEdNews - Quicklink: Taliban militants strike in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province
  • He was a Rangar, -- which is to say a Rajput who, or whose ancestors had turned Muhammadan. In The Time Of Light
  • Many Rajput kings retained a status as rulers of princely states under the British.
  • And she saw him herself that morning, in her favorite disguise of a rangar zemindari, which is a Rajput landowner turned Muhammadan. Guns of the Gods
  • All the rest of that game until the eighth, chukker after chukker, the Rajputs managed to reverse the usual procedure, obliging the English team to wear itself out in terrific efforts to break away, tiring men and ponies in a tight scramble in which neither side could score. Guns of the Gods
  • Formal education used to be of little significance among ruling and landowning Rajput clans.
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