Lakhs sentence example
- As an independent measure of economy, the stipend paid to the titular nawab of Bengal, who was then a minor, was reduced by one-half - to sixteen lakhs a year (say 160,000).
- The amir received an annual subsidy from the British government of 182 lakhs of rupees.
- In November 1902 a fresh settlement was arranged and Berar was leased in perpetuity to the British government in return for an annual rental of 25 lakhs.
- In 1886-1887, the year after the annexation, the amount collected in Upper Burma from all sources was twentytwo lakhs of rupees.
- In the following year it had risen to fifty lakhs.Advertisement
- The revenue in 1914-5 amounted to 872 lakhs of rupees (approx.
- The original subsidy to the amir from the Indian government was fixed at 12 lakhs of rupees (80,000) per annum, but in 1893, in connexion with the boundary settlement, it was increased to (1 20,000.
- The disaster at Maiwand, and the Russian advance east of the Caspian, prevented the proposed withdrawal from Quetta; but Kandahar was evacuated, Abdur Rahman was left in complete control of his country and was given an annual subsidy of twelve lakhs of rupees in 1883.
- Sometimes the crop is stated in lakhs of ioo,000 bales each.
- The wazir then decided to annex their country, and appealed to Hastings for assistance, which was given in return for a sum of forty lakhs of rupees.Advertisement
- He accordingly, in 1687, entered into a bargain for its sale to Chikka Deva, raja of Mysore, for three lakhs of rupees; but before it could be completed, Kasim Khan, commander of the forces of Aurangzeb, marched upon the place and entered it almost without resistance.
- This event, however, had no other result than to transfer the stipulated price from one vendor to another; for that general, not coveting the possession, immediately delivered it over to Chikka Deva on payment of the three lakhs.
- Nana Sahib had a grievance against the British government because they refused to continue to him the pension of eight lakhs of rupees (-(80,000) which was promised to Baji Rao by Sir John Malcolm on his surrender in 1818.
- lakhs of rupees to save his son's life.
- The number of copies of any given record varied from minimum of 500 to few lakhs, depending upon the popularity / sale.Advertisement
- were valued at 726 lakhs of rupees.
- were valued at 457 lakhs of rupees.