Mahadua had come to accompany the party, and, somewhat perplexed, Finnerty turned to the shikari for an explanation.
You have answered well, shikari; it shall be said that you are a brave man.
I had gone after a tiger, and my shikari had prepared an excellent seat on a tree at an absolutely safe height.
The shikari said nothing, but counted it out at seventy yards.
The shikari placed his hands before his eyes as though to shut out some horrible picture, and groaned aloud.
I once asked a native shikari if he had ever fired at a flying bird.
The shikari pressed their shoulders, and a low hiss enforced the necessity for absolute silence.
As he spoke the shikari touched him on the shoulder and pointed.
A warning hiss from the shikari again induced Wilson to silence.
Looking back, I saw with the shikari another of a white face.