dak bungalow

  1. (in India, formerly) a house where travellers on a dak route could be accommodated

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How to use dak bungalow in a sentence

  • The snows reminded Winn in a jolly way of Kashmir and nights spent alone on dizzy heights in a dak bungalow.

    The Dark Tower | Phyllis Bottome
  • Leaving his baggage at the dak bungalow, he strolled afoot to the large and handsome mansion indicated.

    The Woodlands Orchids | Frederick Boyle
  • Its breast is smaller than that of a dak bungalow murghi, for its wing muscles are very small.

    Jungle Folk | Douglas Dewar
  • It is not more beautiful than a dak bungalow, but, like the latter, serves the purpose for which it is built.

    Jungle Folk | Douglas Dewar
  • There is a good serai or inn for native travellers, and a dak bungalow or resting-place for Europeans.