When one of the Jat chiefs seated himself upon it, the story goes, it cracked, and blood flowed from the fracture.
Why, they did it even to the twice-born Brahmans, let alone a Jat.
From this we conclude—hypothetically—that the Jat warriors were supplemented by other tribes.
The Jat burst into a roar of laughter, stifled with apologies to the lama.
Though standing in the midst of a Jat neighbourhood, the fort was first garrisoned by Gujars, and took the name of Gujrat.
It was a tin box of opium pills among the rubbish of the Jat's bundle.
The people lived chiefly on holcus, and a narcotic called "Jat," made by pounding the tender twigs of a tree of the same name.