- Hindi (Wiktionary)
“Leaving the ghâts and devotees behind him, however, and floating down the stream in his capacious three-roomed budgerow, he passed Mirzapoor, Chunar, and even the holy city of Benares,”
“When we arrived in India, an old servant of my husband's family, named Muckabeg, was sent to meet us at Patna to escort us to Lucknow; on entering our budgerow  he presented fourteen rupees to me, which were laid on a folded handkerchief.”
“It was indispensable to have with the budgerow a small boat for the accommodation of servants and for the cooking of food.”
“A baggage boat is always in attendance on a _budgerow_; she also carries the provisions and the servants, and the cooking apparatus.”
“As the crew will not work at night, it is necessary, as it grows dark, to moor the budgerow to the shore.”
“They had also a small canoe towing astern, in which, when the wind was contrary, and the budgerow had to bring up alongside the bank, they made excursions to the other side of the river or up one of its affluents.”
“Reginald drew the poor man -- now quite senseless -- into the canoe, and endeavoured to stanch the blood flowing from his wounds by tourniquets, formed of pieces of wood, round the upper parts of his legs; but his efforts were in vain, and before the canoe reached the budgerow the man was dead.”
“They had to proceed, for a considerable distance, up the river Ganges, in a budgerow.”
“The Khasi hills were accessible from India in the 19th century only by traveling by budgerow down the Hooghly river, through the”
“_budgerow_, to the wretched and more than half rotten _dhingy_.”
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