The Smith Administration
A KING'S ASHES
Notes edited by David Page.
In preparing these notes, the present
Editor has drawn where appropriate
on those of the ORG.
...perhaps the most venerated place of pilgrimage in all India and, on certain days of the Mela, the great fair, the scene of what is almost certainly the greatest assemblage of people gathered together in a confined space for a single purpose anywhere on earth.[Page 404, lines 12 & 13] fakirs, gurus, gosains, sanyasis these are all religious devotees: beggars, spiritual guides or teachers, saints or holy persons, religious mendicants.