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  • n. Plural form of Granthi.

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Examples

  • Granthis from interfering with them, and preventing them from attacking the Granthis.

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  • When you have finished counting your bruises, just ride to Warner, and tell him to lay every gun he has dead on the Granthis.

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  • Granthis generally would join in a rising against the English were not encouraging.

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  • The treachery of the Granthis, whether actual or only potential, practically neutralised the powers of the rest of his force.

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  • "The Resident desires no reward but the gratitude of the Granthis, if that may be had, Sirdar Sahib."

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  • "The Granthis are all standing to arms already, and Bishen Ram is sporting a pair of gold bracelets."

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  • In his anxiety to assure the succession to his favourite child, Partab Singh had seriously compromised the jealously guarded independence of his state by his advances to the English as represented by Gerrard, and there could be no doubt that Granthis and Mohammedans would unite in resenting this betrayal.

    The Path to Honour

  • More Charteris could not see, for the Granthis under Bishen Ram uttered a yell of triumph and sprang forward to hurl themselves into the strife, but Warner was ready for them, and a shell bursting in front of their line gave them pause.

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  • With his untrustworthy Granthis and his half-trained auxiliaries he crossed the Tindar at Kardi, as he had intended, and employed the former, to their intense disgust, in throwing up rough entrenchments round the camp.

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  • Yes, the Granthis deserved all they got, but his heart bled for his Darwanis.

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