from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A state reception formerly given by Indian princes for a British sovereign or one given for an Indian prince by his subjects.
- n. The court of an Indian prince.
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- n. Alternative spelling of darbar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An audience hall; the court of a native prince; a state levee; a formal reception of native princes, given by the governor general of India.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An audience-room in the palaee of a native prince of India; the audience itself.
- n. A state levee or audience held by the governor-general of India, or by one of the native princes; an official reception.
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- n. the room in the palace of a native prince of India in which audiences and receptions occur
For this purpose a durbar was arranged, and it took place about two days after we had been there, at eight in the morning.
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Three times a week he holds a "durbar," for the trial of offenders and transaction of general regimental business.
It was while the shadow of this calamity, unparalleled since the beginning of British rule in India, was over the land that the most gorgeous "durbar" ever held in India was ordered for the purpose of gratifying a whim of Queen Victoria, who had induced
During a holiday to India in 1890, Abdul Karim recalls how "as Munshi to the Great Queen Empress, I called on the Viceroy Lord Lansdowne" and was invited to his 'durbar' or court.
Shortly afterward he and Queen Mary journeyed to India, where a spectacular coronation ceremony ( "durbar") was held at Delhi, which the king-emperor declared the new capital of India.
Adhikari is just about to begin a little durbar at the Contai municipal office, about 150 km from Kolkata.
When King George V visited Delhi in 1911 for a durbar, a pompous royal ceremony, he announced the capital would move to Delhi and that the city would be refashioned accordingly.
Jahanara…was on the verge of death for four months, during which Shah Jahan made only the briefest of appearances at his daily durbar in the diwan-i-am and spent much of his time praying at her bedside.
As the Mir Arz, the Master of Ceremonies at the jharoka and in the imperial durbar, read out the petitions, Shah Jahan nodded his responses or lifted his hand.