An audience hall; the court of a native prince; a state levee; a formal reception of native princes, given by the governor general of India.
the court; occassionally applied to the Ruler himself
Audience held by a ruling chief.
meeting of Indian princes
a procession of chiefs and sub-chiefs resplendent in their gold ornaments, rich Kente cloths and colorful umbrellas
Royal court; Hall of audience.
royal court, levee; government
Durbar (Persian darbar) is an Iranian term meaning the Shah's noble court. It was later used India and Nepal for a ruler's court or feudal levee as the latter came to be ruled and later administered by Persians and Perso-Turcomen rulers. A durbar may be either a feudal state council for administering the affairs of a princely state, or a purely ceremonial gathering, as in the time of the British Empire in India.