Bid him come to Mowgli, the Frog: and if he does not hear at first, bid him come because of the Sack of the Fields of Bhurtpore.
The Sack of the Fields of Bhurtpore," Bagheera repeated two or three times to make sure.
These things happened many, many Rains ago, and very far away--among the fields of Bhurtpore.
That was the Sack of the Fields of Bhurtpore, which I and my three sons did; and now I ask, Man-cub, how the news of it came to thee?
Let them run as the men ran from the fields of Bhurtpore, till we have the rain-water for the only plough, and the noise of the rain on the thick leaves for the pattering of their spindles--till Bagheera and I lair in the house of the Brahmin, and the buck drink at the tank behind the temple
My tusks were red at the Sack of the Fields of Bhurtpore, and I would not wake that smell again.
Then he wheeled and squealed, and tore through the narrow streets, leaning against the huts right and left, shivering the crazy doors, and crumpling up the caves; while his three sons raged behind as they had raged at the Sack of the Fields of Bhurtpore.
Their tour, which included mentoring Afghan forces, came to an end last month and they returned to their permanent base at Bhurtpore
barracks in Tidworth Camp, Wiltshire.
Instead we drove to the Bhurtpore Inn at Aston - lucky we had gone back for the car - a traditional pub of the kind that looked like its food might be served in a basket.
Bhurtpore in India was the site of a great siege at which Sir Stapleton Cotton, Baron, (later Viscount), Combermere, eventually prevailed in 1825/6.