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  • n. Alternative form of darbari.

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Examples

  • The myth of Aryan invasion, a Dhimmitude directing our polity and actions, intense hateful assaults on anything Hindu and spineless responses by an ill-informed crowd that represents the durbari class of Raibahadurs of the colonial period, absence of unity of purpose and the threat of barbaric intolerance can be faced with an uncompromising and unapologetic pride in being Indian inheritors of a great Hindu civilization.

    Sri Aurobindo had clearly and unambiguously defined our nationalism

  • The decision to go it alone was ratified by CWC after the leadership was pushed into a make believe world by durbari politicians.

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  • She refracted decision-making through a complex durbari system of an external affairs minister sharing policy space with the chairman, policy planning, besides P.N. Haksar, himself a diplomat, as principal secretary to the PM.

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