The culprit, on suspicion, is hurried away before the aumildar, and after a few loose questions regarding his criminality…
-- Ya Ding, The Earth Sings
The Aumildar paid me a visit for the express purpose of requesting me to do what I could towards the destruction of an enormous buffalo, which had been the terror of the neighbourhood for the last three or four years.
-- E.N. Richards, "Sport in the Cummermail Jungles," The Sporting Magazine
Aumildar comes from the Hindi word amaldār, a combination of the Persian word ʿamal meaning "work" and the suffix -dar meaning "agent."