But that goat I accepted, and went down to the ghaut in great honour.
The distance from the intrenchment to the ghaut is barely a mile.
The reader has observed the ghaut Mountains stretching along parallel with the west coast of Hindostan.
We were met at the ghaut by a large collection of residents.
Our two Aurungpore officers were gazing upon the waters of the Ganges, some distance east of the ghaut, silent and meditative.
She loses her eyesight year by year, and cannot tell a log from me—the Mugger of the ghaut.
But that goat I accepted, and went down to the ghaut in great honor.
What a contrast between the turmoil and devilry of it and the serene calmness of the all but solitude the ghaut now presents!
One ghaut which we were necessarily obliged to ascend was frightful even to look at.
The old Mugger knows that a boy has been born in that house, and must some day come down to the ghaut to play.
also ghaut, from Hindi, "pass, mountain," from Sanskrit ghattah "landing place," of unknown origin.