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394; accustomed to foreign rule
though Aryan 394
Parama Bhattaraka 2; 11; 154; 248
Paramaras 22; 81-7
Paramesa,-svara 33; i;4; 248 288;

290-1; 307
Paranta 252
Parasaris 107-8-9



INDEX



Parasava 6"2

Paraslka 277; 343

Parihasapura 212-3; 238

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Pariv-rajaka 155

Pariyatra 28; 70

Partha ( Kashmir king ) 284-5

Parvagupta 226

Parvata 18 20

Pasupati ( temple in Nepal ) 367

Pasupata 104-9 122

Pataliputra 24-7; 154; 163; 262

Patanjali 80; 215

Patels-Patils 130-1; 145

Pathak Prof. 153-7

Pathankot ( Paithan ) 379

Pattabandha 152

Pattavardhana 85; 305

Patwari 130-1

Paundravardhana 29; 215; 334

Persians 151-4 161-8-9; 190 1-2-7;

209; 232; 255; 280
Pilosana 28; 49
Police ( chata ) 132; 156
Prabhakara.-vardhana 2; 18; 21; 36-

8 41; 83-5; 91-7-8; 137; 152
Prabhakaradeva ( Kashmir ) 194;

201; 223-5
Prabhasa 255-6
Prabhu 307
Pradhana 306
Pragjyotishapura 211
Pragvarnsa 137

Pralhada temple ( Multan ) 388
Prapa 135-7

Pratapaditya 45 ( Kashmir ) 207
Pratapasila 40-6-7
Pratihari; 153-4
Pratisaraka 157; 249
Pratishthana 79; 194; 259; 262; 286;

379

Pravarasena 44-5-6; 203; 238

„ ( Vakataka ) 150; 133; 352
Prithu ( Kashmir ) 225
Prithvlchandra 222
Prithviraja 27; 81; 175
PrithvTvallabha 155; 269; 277
tolemy 261



Pulakesin I Q69; 273-7; 266; 298
Pulakeshin 11, 32; 81; 141; 154; 270;
288; 297 ( Gujarat Br. ) 252

Pulumayin 280
Punach 205
PiirnavarmS 29
Purdah system 94
Puranikas 111
Purushapura 190-6; 200
Pushyabhuti 66: 72; 104; 122

R

Rajapura or Rajaori 205; 223; 235

Rajamahendra (of Kanchi) 304

Rajaraju 303

Rajasinha 290

Rajasthanlya 70; 137; 157; 235; 249

Rajendra 303 (Choda)

Rajput 65: 70: 2-3; 86-7; 143-5; 165-

7; 175; 184-7-9; 191-7; 246-7; 264:

274
Rajyapala 198

RajyasrI 2; 6; 21; 33; 36; 91-3-6-7
Rajyavardhana 2; 4: 24; 30; 34; 38;
Raktabahu (of Orissa) 39
Ramal (sand desert) 167
Rapapala 192;-6
Ranaraga 269
Ranastute grant 267^ 298;
Rai?aditya 44-5; 122
Ranka (traitor of Valabhi) 24^
Raor (town in Sind) 178; 180-1
Rashtra 129, 140-1
Rashtrakuta 80-2; 117-8; 265-9;

274-7: 292-3; 306-6-7-8; 361
Rashtrapati 157-8; 249
Rastrikas (see Rattas)
Rasil (Sind) 167; 177
Rathods 70

Ratnavura 80— of Kosala 346-6
Ratnakara (pcet) 240
Rattas 80-1; 210; 301-5
Ratta queen of Vengi 301
Raverty Major (historian o f

Afghanistan) 190-2
RavikTrti 70
Records 139
Revolution in Sind 1
Risley Sir H. 63; 75-9; 190



XI



INDEX



Kohitaka (country) 206
lindhabharodhi (Begar) 241
Euclrapala 195; 227-8: 239



SabakTegin 193

Sabarasvamin 273

Sabdikas ( grammarians )lll

Sachivas ( ministers ) 148

Sadavarta 136; 157

SahasI 16; 18-9; 20

Sahiras ( SriHarsha ) 167

Sahtas ( Sind people ) 183

S'aivas 111; 254; -aites 219; 289; 290-

— ism 109; 286; 291

Sakala ( Sialkot ) 1; 18

Saka 61; 79; 82-4; 282; era 275; 293

S'alihotra 143; 159

Salivahana 73; 262-3 ( s'atav. )

Saramas 175; 183-9: 220

Samarapati 197

Samani 152; 193-4

Samanta 144-7-8; 152; 201; 206

Saraantadeva ( Kabul ) 197

Samatata ( E. Bengal ) 30; 331

Samkshobha 136

Samudragupta 11; 73; 105-6; 207-8
210; 283-4

Sandhivigrahika 149; 234
Sangharama 108
Sangraraa 195; 201: 224-6-7
^ — pala 235; -apTda 215-8
Sankara 30; 339

S'ankaravarman 193; 201; 222-3-4,
exactions of-240-1

Sankha 144; 153-5
Sankhadanta 216
S'aktivarman 303; 310-1
Sankasya 28
Sankata 224
Saptasindhu 190
Saptatantavas 111
Sarada 213-9; 238
Sardulavarma 34
S'arvavarraa 26; 33-4-9; 40-1

seal of-( original ) 398
Sasanka Gupta 3; 10-1; 30-1-4; 327
Satavahana 80-1; 266-7; 274; 282-3
Satahani Ratta 282



Sati ( custom of ) 97

Satyasraya Pulakeshin 31-2

Saulkika 157; 249

Sauraseni 254

Saurashtra 209; 210: 242-4-5-6; 251

SauvTra 162

Scythian (ic);61-3-4-5; 76-7-8-9; 82; 88

Scytho-Dravidian 78-9; 82;

Seal of Harsha2;150

Senapati 71; :i55; 244-5-6; 307

Senanandaraja 270

Sendraka 270-5

S'esba -vamsa S2-6; 262

Sham ( Syria ) 169

Shahi 109-dynasty 199-201

Shah Mir 232

Shintu or Hintu 59

Sibi 192-3; 172

Siddharaja 156

Sikhs 76; 87

S'iladitya (of Malwa) 8; 121-3; 25j

38-9; 40; (coins of ) 40; ( history )

44-5-6-7; 113; 131
— (ofValabhi ) 247-8-9
Sind ( revolution in ) 161-7, conquest

of-by Arabs 198-186
Sindas 86; 274
Sinhapur 17
Sinhasana 153
Sinharaja 226; 194
Sinha (suffix) 72
Sinha Vishnu 284-6-7
Sisodias 19; 20; 70; 242
Siva (worship) 104; 206; 228; 247
^ 271-4

Sivadeva of Nepal 375
Sivaskandavarman 280
Siwistan 162-3 7; 172 3-4
Skandagapta 24; 60; 105; 146-8: 245
Skandasishya 283
Skanda Purana 251-56-9
Smith Sir V. 196-9; 214; 22 8; 270

280; 298-see Vincent Smith
Sodha ( people in Sind ) 189
Solankhi 70; 82; 254-8
Solar race 71-2; 81-2-8: 268
Soma 64-vamsa 82
Spalapati 197



Index



XI-



Si«ddba 98

Sramanas 30; 164

Srikantha 137

Srughna 28; 38J

Starabhapura 25G

Stein 200-2; 210; 232-5-9; 240

Strirajya 211

Stupas 104-8

^'uHgas 125

S'udras 18; 19; 60-2-3-5-6; 71-2;
characteristics of-75; 87; 106120-1
161-5-6; 173-4; 189; 205; 262-3; 292

Sugandha 194; 201; 224-5

Sumras 189

San-worship 255-6; 386-7-temple

^ in Orlssa 326

SuDgas 163

Surasena 261

Surya-varhsa 71; 82

Surparaka 79

Suryamati (saintly queen of
Kashmir ) 223

Sussala 232

Susthita Varma 34

Suyya, Kashmir minister 221

Suvrati 252

Svetapatas 111

Svarai 69; 213; 273

Suvastu (Swat) 17

T

Tadapa (E. Chalukya king) 302

Tailoring introduced by Turks 90

TajikasC Arabs) 253

Tamil 129

Tararalipti 122; 301

Tantris { Kashmir soldiers) 224-6;

234
Tai'iiida (Kashmir king ) 207-8
Tantric Siva worship 104
Taxi'la 7; 205; 176
Taxation 120; 128
Tekka (Takshaka) 17; 18; 20; 3';

384-5; 206— Desa 222-3 235
Telagu (language) 262; 290; 304-5
Telanga 304
Tellaru (battle of) 293
Thakkiya 222-3; 216
Thanesar, Kings, Genealogy of-37;

41; 47; 72



Tliatta ( Si a J oj.-c ) 1S7

Tirthikas 103

Tonda Mandala 129

Toramana 46; 223; 201; 196; 194; 197

Tofi 183-4: 252

Trata (sufiBx ) 72

Traikutakas 252

Treachery or treason 124

Trigarta ( Jalandhara) 383; 322-3

Trikalingas 304-5

Trilochana Pallava 267 -Pal (Kash-
mir) 227; 207; 195-7 198-9

Tripura 269

Tujjina 224

Tukkharas 211-3

Tuluva 357

Tuuga (a Kashmir general) 326; 195

Turan 211; 200

Turks or Turushkas 227-8; 236; 117-
8; 83; 191; 311; 213; 200; 195; 195;
199; 223

Turki Sbahiya kings 199

U
Ucchala (king of Kashmir) 231
Udayaua 267-8

Udabhandapura (Wahind) 200; 223
Udbhata 313; 237-6— alankara 215-
Udumbara 379
Udranga (laud-tax) 132
Ugradanda 290
CJgrasena 286
Ugrians 83
Ujjain kingdom of-23-5; 36; 38; 47;

65; 216; 275; 263; 277; 286j 360
Umra, Umrakot 189
Untouchables 75

Urasa (country) 7; 223; 265; 335-6
Usavadata 382

Utkarsha, Kashmir king 230; 235
Utkocha (bribe) 239
Utpala 218-dynasty (Kaslimir) 21



Vaisyas 59; 74; 84; 105; 114; 131;

153: 1()5; 173; 303: 205-6; 236; 233;

243: 356; 366
Vajraditya 214
Vajrayudha of Kanauj 340
V*kataka 69; 105; 150 155; 365; 372
Vakpfttiraja 209



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INDEX



Valabhi (Katliiawar eastern) 14;

...20; 21; 251; 45; 46; 70; 71; 72; 210.

235; 25; 253 256 used Gupta era;

40 dynasty genealogy 250-adrai-

nistration 156-58

Valas 254

Vallabha 210; 267; 308
Vamana 216
Vanga 31; 122^ 330-1
Varahamihira 129; 143: 252; 275;
Varahi, idol of-(Orissa) 323
Vardhanas of Molapo, 104; 122; 173
203;256j family 26; 33; 36;62;66;73
niMf 235; 37; 39; 41; 62; 69; 72

Varnas 244; 307
Varna-mixture prevented 71

Varnis 109; 111

Varshavara or eunuch 154
"Vartmapala 157; 249

Varunika or Deo Barnak 33

Vasantadeva of Nepal 371

Vasishthi-putra 264

Vatapi 210; 263; 271; 272;269;288:297

Vatsaraja 172, 278 .

Vayu-Purana 352

Vedic, times— state of-120 sacri-
fices 273— sanyasa 107

Vellur plate 583; 291

Vengi 210; 269; 267; 275; 289-Rash-
tra 206

Venl (hair braid) 95

Vidisa 361

Vijayaditya 210; 267-8 272, flight

of-277-, 305
Vijayamalla 230
Vijayapala or Vijayasena 244
Vikramaditya 270-273; 288 289; 290

292; 44; 47; of Pandava clan in

Nepal 360; 370; 379
Vikrama Samvat 276; 386
Village ar'ministration 134; 137
Vimalliditya 29; 267
Vinayaditya 29; 216; 271; 277; 288
Vindhyasakti 265; 352
Vincent Smith, Sir— on Maukba-

ris 369 on Bana58ca G^'nrs 83,
conaiiii^^l-

Shahis of Kabul 199; |fi Turks

in Kaslimir 228; on ArjlBa after

Harsha of Kanauj 333
Virachoda 300; 303; 308



Virakurcha 284

Vishaya or Tahsil 129; 130; 137-

8; 140-41; 158; 306
Vishaya-pati 137: 157; 259
Vishnu Gupta king 329
Vishnugopa 283; 286
Vishnumati river of Nepal £63
Vishnu Purana 265; 352
Vishnuvardhana Kubja 208; 267-8^'

287; 295; 300
Vivlta 135

Vratya Kshatriya 244; 379
Vrishadeva, king of Nepal 371
Vyaghramukha 21^25; 321; 325; 356

W
Wahind ( Udabhanda ) 200
Watson Major on Valabhi line 245
White India ( Kabul ) 191-2
Widow, braid-95 clothes white 95/

remarriage prohibited 95, tonsure

not practised 95
Wright Dr. historian of Nepal

366-8

Y

Yaduvamsa 261; 307

Yadavas 26; 81-2; 189

Yajna or sacrifice 105; 273

Yajnasena 80

Yajnavarma 34

Yakub Lais 199; Saffavi 207

Yasaskara ( Kashmir )225-6

Yasodharman, 36; 45-7; 87; 153;

208-9; 359
Yasomati queenofThatesar3;38-&
Yasovarman of Kanouj 214
Yayati Kesari 320
Yavanas 257; 263; 351-nIs 151-4;
Yekangabaj (soldiers) 235
Yoga 103 & c.

Yudhamalla, king of Vengi 302
Yudhishthira II (Kashmir) 44
Yue-chi 84; 88
Yuvaraja

Z

/abul ( Ghazni ) 160
Zajoti Kingdom of-24
Zantabil, title of Kabul kings 196
Zim battle of-( Sind ) 187





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