Dews, a native state of Central India consisting of two combined states with two chiefs.
This was most recently the case as regards the Indus and the rivers of Central India.
That state, embracing the greater part of what we know as Central India, was thus independent at the accession of Akbar.
In the forest tracts of Central India the attacks of man-eating tigers are not merely travellers' tales, but grim realities.
"You know, he was governor of Central India," Dorothy reminded the dressing-room.
He was clever in many ways, and good to look at, and always made people round him comfortable—even in Central India.
I was thirty years of age and first lieutenant in the navy, when I was intrusted with an astronomical expedition to Central India.
Native state of Central India; nearly twice as large as Wales.
In an out-of-the way corner of Central India we were so unfortunate as to lose our watch-key—the last of three.
The mountaineers of Central India are a different race from the dwellers in the plain.