In India, ? – 19th century,

Kaṛtá, or Kaḍtá, Mar. () An addition of 10½ sérs to a palla, or 120 sérs, on various articles of consumption; this, with a further addition of 2½ sérs, named kántá, makes up a pakka palla of 133 sérs.

H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 265.


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