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Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Deogiri Fort: Photo 8

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Looking through the third gate into the ruins of Daulatabad. Ibn Battuta, no prude he, reported that "the inhabitants of Dawlat Abad belong to the tribe of the Marhata, whose women God has endowed with special beauty, particularly in their noses and eyebrows. They have in intercourse a deliciousness and a knowledge of erotic movements beyond that of other women."

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