The full content of this document is only available to subscribing institutions. More information can be found via www.amdigital.co.uk

Title Confessions of a Thug, Volume 2: In the service of H. H. the Nizam
Author(s) Captain Taylor, Meadows
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1839
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Richard Bentley
Library British Library
Reference T7634
Region South Asia
Names Captain Meadows Taylor, Ameer Ali, Aurangzeb, Aurunzebe (p126), Shah Jehan, Sajaham, Shah Jhan (p129), Cheetoo (p328)
Places India, Hyderabad, Puttuncherroo (p116), Beeder (p118), Ellichpoor (p134), saugor (p207), Jubbulpoor (p250), Boorhanpoor (p297)
Topics fiction, Indian literature, travel, Thugs, Thuggee, soldier, dangers of travelling in India, travel, religion, Islam, Mohammedanism (pp1, 21, 43, 120, 179, 277), Hinduism (pp43, 179, 188), Char Minar (pp2, 72), procession (pp3-9), natural history, elephant (p4), love, romance (pp11, 84, 93, 98, 113, 166, 267, 275), death, murder (pp21, 40, 44, 47, 52, 56, 69, 134, 165, 171, 177, 187, 202, 207, 232, 244, 249, 288), theft (pp40, 44, 47, 56, 134, 228), crime and punishment (pp21, 39, 47, 52, 60178, 228), law (p177), gold (pp22, 49), precious stones (p53), burial customs, burial of victims (pp22, 45, 203, 207, 232), marijuana (p44), deception (pp77, 134, 239, 284, 300), subadar (pp54, 324), superstition, Thuggee religion (pp61-63, 176, 196, 328), language (pp82, 185, 305), Ramasee (pp82, 215), status of women, beating a woman (pp86, 92, 170), murder of women (pp171, 288), wibeating (p92), veil (pp90, 266-267), burka (p110), suicide (p98), marriage (pp99, 120, 124-125, 271, 277), Zenana (p108), Shakespeare (pp118, 155, 182, 237, 268, 321), power of money, bribery (pp121, 323), Why Thugs didn't attack English travellers (p138), colonial power (p138), dress (pp148, 183), murder of Nuwab (pp157, 165), sherbet (p162), guilt at murder of slave girl (p172), Fakeer (p172), western opinion of Thuggee morality (pp178, 187), religious tolerance between Thugs (p179), opium (pp221, 223, 279), fate, destiny (p257), marriage, polygamy (p277), health and disease (pp291-297), battle (p312), grief at death of Thug (pp315-321), anti-colonialism (pp326, 322), Pindharee (p331)
Copyright THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. LICENCE NO: 5475