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Satārā

Satārā

Sātāra (Mahārāshtra/India)

Sātāra (Mahārāshtra/India)

Agreement between the Rajah of Satara and Shaikh Mira Waikar (the Satara Jagirdars), signed at Satara, 3 July 1820

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Rajah of Satara, signed at Satara, 4 September 1839

Agreement between the Rajah of Satara and the Daphle of Jath (the Satara Jagirdars), dated July 1820

Agreement between the Rajah of Satara and the Rajah of Akulkote (the Satara Jagirdars), dated 11 July 1820

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Pant Sachoo of Bhor (the Satara Jagirdars), signed at Satara, 22 April 1820

Agreement between the Rajah of Satara and the Pant Sachoo of Bhor (the Satara Jagirdars), dated July 1820

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Pant Pratinidhi of Aunh (the Satara Jagirdars), signed at Satara, 22 April 1820

Agreement between the Rajah of Satara and the Pant Pratinidhi of Aunh (the Satara Jagirdars), dated July 1820

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Nimbalkar of Phaltan (the Satara Jagirdars), signed at Satara, 22 April 1820

Agreement between the Rajah of Satara and the Nimbalkar of Phaltan (the Satara Jagirdars), dated July 1820

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Daphle of Jath (the Satara Jagirdars), signed at Satara, 22 April 1820

Articles of Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Satara, signed at Malcolm Peth, 16 May 1829

Agreement for an Interchange of Territory between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Punt Sucheo of Satara (Bhor), signed 12 April 1830

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Rajah of Akulkote (the Satara Jagirdars), dated 3 July 1820

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Shaikh Mira Waikar (the Satara Jagirdars), dated 3 July 1820

 

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A wooden double-flute used mainly by the Jats of Jaisalmer and the Gaderias of the arid regions of Rajasthan. Both flutes are about 60 cm in length and 2.5 cm ...

Subjects: Indian Music.


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