In 1979 the durbar Square of each city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On the 20th of January Mr. Hildebrand held a durbar, which all the chiefs, and a very great number of the smaller folk, attended.
The durbar was continued day by day until every point had been discussed.
He had introduced me to Cheetoo, and now, as he accompanied me from the durbar, he gave me instructions how I was to proceed.
If I had it I would have a durbar every day, instead of once or twice a year.
Why was she asked to join the Viceregal party for the durbar?
The durbar was one of the most striking and picturesque sights I have seen.
We shall be at Torwh till to-morrow evening, and the next day there will be a durbar in the gilded palace.
But a race also is a pw, and so, singularly enough, is an examination or a durbar.
Order by the durbar, that the minister hasten to get the lands tilled, as the season was passing away.