from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variety of brocade, not of the finest quality, manufactured in India.
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The _budla_, Mr. Trench remarks,  has been ousted by the kerosene oil tin, and the industry of the Budalgirs has consequently almost disappeared; but the _budlas_ are still used by barbers to hold oil for the torches which they carry in wedding processions.
These receive their designation from _budla_, the name of the leather bag which they make.
-- (From _budla_, a leathern bag made for the transport and storage of oil and _ghi_ (butter).)
_budla_, or leather bag made for the transport and storage of oil and