A celestial milkmaid, such as those who danced with Krishna; not a santal creation.
A santal woman may carry as much as fifteen kilogrammes of ornaments on her body.
By a "phonetic" error, santal is often printed "sandal," and "sandel."
Perhaps a mentally incomplete santal did once do something of the kind.
The santal women learnt the craft first from Marang Burn by playing a trick on him when he meant to teach their husbands.
I have aimed at making these santal Folk-tales, in their English dress, true to the forests and hills of their nativity.
But one night as she was about to depart the santal seized her and forced her to stay with him.
The claims made for Gonosan might with equal force be made for oil of santal alone.
A santal chief having jurisdiction over a number of villages.
The santal writer in spite of his education is a firm believer in witchcraft, and details his own experiences.