The Ruling Chiefs of Western India and the Rajkumar College by Nawabzada Nasrullah KhanThe Ruling Chiefs of Western India and the Rajkumar College by Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan

The Ruling Chiefs of Western India and the Rajkumar College

byNawabzada Nasrullah Khan

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1904 Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XXIII. Rao Bahadoor The Kyayadish. Born on Sunday, the 21st Savant 1901, of respectable parents, Rao Bahadoor Bholarao Naranrao Kashinath Gurukishandas has now reached the age of fifty-one. He has been in the service for the last fourteen years. The Rao Bahadoor's father is a pensioner of the British Government, having served out the full term in the subordinate service in the capacity of a Sherastadar to a District Judge. His grandfather Kashinath filled a better position. He was a Munsiff under the British Government. His great grandfather was a Jahgirdar under the Peshwas. He was an experienced and discreet old man, and such being the case never lost sight of the value and benefit of education. Thus the Rao Bahadoor's grandfather was well educated, and in due course of time qualified himself for a Subordinate Judgeship. His father had ample means to obtain the benefit of liberal andhigher education and culture but for his weak.constitution. He would not idle his time at home; so to follow some occupation, he entered the Judge's office as a clerk, and in course of time rose to the Sherastadarship. The intention was always uppermost in his mind to bring up his son to some honourable profession. On the birth of his son he was told by 'his family priest that the child with whom he was blessed would become some very great man. That Sarasvati was favourable to him. He would in after life attain fame, so much so that an Aryan potentate would make him his right-hand man, and entrust him with the honourable duties of dispensing justice toi.his people. These predilections were also an inducement to,'Naranrao to give his son legal training in order that he may qualify himself for a High Court pleadership. Bholarao is an exact reproduction of his grandfather...
Title:The Ruling Chiefs of Western India and the Rajkumar CollegeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:74 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 7, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217283195

ISBN - 13:9780217283199