The elephant staff—hunter, trainer, driver, physician—embodied and transmitted the knowledge of elephants and their management. The content of this knowledge can be tracked in an ancient Sanskrit treatise of kingship, and the Persian survey of the kingdom of Akbar, more than a thousand years later (the Arthaśāstra and Ain-i Akbari).
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