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  • Amit jogi has a post on how the colonisation of Chhattisgarh has accelerated in the last few years

    Chhattishgarh being Colonised by outsiders : Adivasi's being made into slaves in their own land

  • The jogi tried to follow, but he was no match for her; so, beside himself with rage at finding that he could not overtake her, he flung at her a lance, which wounded her in the leg.

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • ‘And even if you hear cries and sounds, however alarming, you must on no account enter,’ said the jogi, walking over to

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • As soon as the jogi got back from this deed he called two of his pupils, and pretended that it had been revealed to him that there should be found floating on the river a chest with something of great price within it; and he bade them go and watch for it at such

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • Next day, when the king went to visit the jogi, the holy man would neither speak to nor look at him.

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • The pupils set off at once, wondering at the strangeness of their errand, and still more at the holiness of the jogi to whom such secrets were revealed.

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • So he built in the neighbourhood a little shrine, with a room or two added to it, and a small courtyard closely walled up; and, when all was ready, besought the jogi to occupy it, and to receive no other visitors except himself and his queen and such pupils as the jogi might choose, who would hand down his teaching.

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • Very soon the rajah himself heard of the jogi, and began regularly to visit him to seek his counsel and to ask his prayers that a son might be vouchsafed to him.

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • ‘I have nothing to say that you would care to hear,’ answered the jogi.

    The Lilac Fairy Book

  • Once upon a time there came to the ancient city of Rahmatabad a jogi [FN#1: A Hindu holy man.] of holy appearance, who took up his abode under a tree outside the city, where he would sit for days at

    The Lilac Fairy Book

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