Racism in Kim - part 2 of ?
In Kim, the word 'native' occurs 67 times. The word 'sahib' occurs 336.
Before anyone gets excited about Kipling obsessing over the place of the white man, we should bear in mind that these statistics actually don't tell us anything: 'Sahib' is a form of address and is appended to names, for example 'Creighton Sahib' and 'Lurgan Sahib'. Without removing all such instances, i.e. reviewing every one and assessing this and inevitably further categorisations, there's no way of normalising this number into something that bears comparison to the word 'native'.
Despite only 67 of the approximately 110,000 words being 'native' (0.06%), it did feel like it was used rather a lot.