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In India the system is represented by the Bundelkhand gneiss and the central older gneisses of the Himalayas.
In Bundelkhand sweepers are employed as grooms by the Lodhis, and may put everything on to the horse except a saddle-cloth.
The formation save in north Bundelkhand is sandstone of the Vindhyan series, free as a rule from “trap.”
Sanaurhia, Chandravedi.1—A small but well-known community of criminals in Bundelkhand.
It is believed to have been the capital of the ancient kingdom of Jijhoti, corresponding with modern Bundelkhand.