I am Indian, and I have known of the Thugs since I was a child. The origin of the word, Thug, comes from the Sanskrit, 'sthagati', meaning 'he who covers, or conceals'.
From there it became 'thag' in Philip Meadows Taylor was a British police commissioner in India in the 's. At that time, there existed a cult of ritual murderers and robbers called Thugs.
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