ṣivasháhi bíghá and káṭhi

In India, ? – 19ᵗʰ century,

Ṣivasháhi-bíghá, Mar. ( ) The bíghá of Sivaji's assessment containing 3926 2/3 square yards.

Ṣivasháhi-káṭhi, corruptly, Sheoshaee-katty, Mar. ( ) A rod used in surveying, of five háths; and five múṭhis, or nearly ten feet, named after the Maratha chief Sivaji. See Káṭhí.

H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 486.

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