“But he didn’t mind the cold very much, suffering it willingly because he could sacrifice a good many comforts for the sake of what he called “fashun”, by which he understood the art of wearing trousers, breeches, coat, puttees, boots, etc.”
Anand, Mulk Raj. Untouchable. London: Penguin, 1935. Print.
Notes: play with the word “fashion”, regular occurence of the British influence on the Indian way of life