Shikar vs Safari - What's the difference?

shikar | safari |

As nouns the difference between shikar and safari

is that shikar is (india) hunting, sport; a hunting expedition while safari is a safari.




(en noun)
  • (India) Hunting, sport; a hunting expedition.
  • * 1888': Where other men took ten days to the Hills, Strickland took leave for what he called '''''shikar'' , put on the disguise that appealed to him at the time, stepped down into the brown crowd, and was swallowed up for a while. — Rudyard Kipling, ‘Miss Youghal's ''Sais''’, ''Plain Tales from the Hills (Folio Society 2007, p. 25)
  • hunting guide (elsewhere besides India, e.g. Australia)
  • Anagrams




    (wikipedia safari)


    (en noun)
  • A trip into any undeveloped area to see, photograph or hunt wild animals in their own environment.
  • A caravan going on a safari.
  • Verb

    (en verb)
  • To take part in a safari.
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