Noun(1) a (usually canopied
(1) In the 1970s, the government stepped in to conduct the procession with the idol of the Goddess placed on the golden howdah .(2) We saw tigers, too, as close as you like from the swaying perch of the howdah on the back of the elephants.(3) The umpire of the game oversees the play from a wooden howdah (bench type seat) on the back of the largest elephant.(4) Our little lord, perched imperiously in his howdah , was gradually succumbing to the chill wind out of the south.(5) Better yet, you see most of it on foot (heavily restricted elsewhere in India) or on elephant-back, perched atop a cushioned howdah .(6) Riding a six-tusked elephant on a howdah of lotus flowers, the huge tenth-century statue of Bodhisattva Puxian stands in its own hall and is among the most revered shrines on Emei.(7) In Jodhpur, the finely restored Meherangarh Fort offers a fascinating glimpse into the old Maharajas' lifestyles, with decorative elephant howdahs and family cradles on display.
1. houdah ::
Different Formshowdah, howdahs
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