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Ata Ullah. 6'^^Ata-ud-dIn.
Atagada. See Kallikota and Atagada.
Atak, District, tahsll, and town in Punjab.

Sec Attock.
Atakur, inscribed stone, ii. 58,59, 60.
Atala Masjid (mosque), at Jaunpur, ii.

1S4-185, xiv. 83.
Atalik Ghazi Yakub Khan, ruler of Kash-

gar, commercial treaty with (1874),

iv. I )S.
Atari, village in Multan District, Punjab,

vi. 121.
Atash Bah ram, fire temple at Navsari,

Baroda, xviii. 425.
Ata-ud-din, shrine at Devikot, Dinajpur

District, xi. 276.
Ata-ul-hakk, tomb at Pandua, Malda

District, xix. 393.
Athaide, Luis de, Portuguese viceroy

(1568-71 and 1578-81),- ii. 450-451 ;

Goa settlement defended by (1570),

xii. 252.
Atharamura, hill range in Hill Tippera,

Eastern Bengal, xiii. 117.
Athat-va-veda, the latest of the four Vedas,

dealing with sorcery, i. 403, ii. 229,
Athegyi, quarter in Bassein town, Burma,
vii. 117.



INDEX



39



Athgarh, tributary State in Orissa, Ben-
gal, vi. 121.
Athgarh, chief village in Athgarh State,

vi. 122.

Athin Khaya, made himself independent
of Shan kingdom of I'inya (131 5),
xxi. 365.

Ath-khamba, remainsof temple at Gyaras-
pur. Central India, xiii. i.

Athmallik, tributary State in Orissa,
Bengal, vi. 122.

Athni, talitka in Belgaum District, Bom-
bay, vi. 123.

Athni, town in Belgaum District, Bombay,
vi. 123.

Athpadi. See Atpadi.

Atkinson, Major, Oktama driven from
Salin in Burma by (1S86), xxi. 409.

Atmakur State. Sec Amarchinta.

Atmakur, subdivision in Nellore District,
Madras, vi. 124.

Atmakur, taluk in Nellore District,
Madras, vi. 124.

Atpadi, village in Aundh Slate, Bombay,
vi. 124.

Atraf-i-balda, District in Hyderabad
State, vi. 1 2 5- 1 2 8 ; physical aspects, 1 2 5-
126; history, 126; population statis-
tics, 126-127 ; agriculture, 127 ; forests,
127; trade and communications, 12S;
famine, 128 ; administration, 128-130.

Atranji Khera, identified with Pi-lo-shan-
na visited bylliuen Tsiang (seventh cen-
tury), xii. 31.

Atrauli, tahsil in Allgarh District, United
Provinces, vi. 130.

Atrauli, town in Allgarh District, United
Provinces, vi. 130.

Attapadi valley, tract in Malabar District,
Madras, vi. 131.

Attigundi, Mysore, tomb of Biiba Budan
at, vi. 164.

Attingal, village in Travancore State, vi.

131-

Attock, District in Punjab, vi. 131-13S;
physical aspects, 131-132; history,
133; population, 133; agriculture,
134-135; forests, 135; manufactures,
135; trade and communications, 136;
administration, 136-137-

Attock, tahsil in Punjab, vi. 137-138.

Attock, fort in Punjab, at the historic
passage across the Indus, vi. 138.

Atumashi, Buddhist monastery at Manda-
lay, xvii. 143.

Atur, A7/«/(' in Salem District, Madras, vi.

138-139-
Atur, town in Salem District, Madras.

vi. 139.
Atyugrapura. See h^xox.
Auckland High School for girls, Simla,

xxii. 385.
Auckland, Lord, Governor-General (1836-



42), ii. 499-501 ; in United Provinces
(1838-40), xxiv. 219.

Audich Brahmans, in Kathiawar, xv. 177
Rewa. Kantha, xxi. 295.

Augar, British cantonment in Central
India. See Agar.

Augustas, Nossa Senhorades, imageof, at
Dahanu, Bombay, xi. 122.

Auguslo, Dom, sent to quell rebellion in
Goa (1871), xii. 257.

Augustus, Roman emperor, embassy sent
to, by Indian king, xix. 394.

Aundah, village with temple in Parbhani
District, Hyderabad State, xiii. 143.

Aundli, Native State in Bombay. See
Satara Agency.

Aungier, Gerald, President of Surat and
Governor of Bombay (1669-77), ii.
459 ; founder of Bombay City, viii.
404.

Auniati, village in Sibsagar District, As-
sam, vi. 139.

Auiad, former tdhtk in Bidar District,
Hyderabad State. See Karamungi.

KvaM.-^^, tahsil \\\ Etawah District, United
Provinces, vi. 139-140.

Auraiya, town in litawali District, United
Provinces, vi. 140.

Aurangabad, Division in Hyderabad Stale,
vi. 140-14T.

Aurangabad, District in Hyderabad State,
vi. 141-148; physical aspects, 141-142;
liistory, 142-143; poixilation, 143;
agriculture, 144-145; forests, 145;
minerals, 145 ; trade and communi-
cations, 145-146; famine, 146; ad-
ministration, 146-148.

Aurangabad, taluk in Hyderabad Slate,
vi. 148.

Aurangabad, city in Hyderabad State,
capital of Deccan under Aurangzeb,
vi. 148-150; arts and manufactures,
iii. 193, 210, 217, 218, 222, vi, 145,

'49'

Aurangabad, subdivision in Gaya District,
Bengal, vi. 150.

Aurangabad, town in Gaya District,
Bengal, vi. 150.

Aurangabad Saiyid, town in Bulandshahr
District, United Provinces, vi. 150.

Aurangabad Spinning and Manufacturing
Company, Hyderabad State, xiii. 264.

Aurangzeb (Alamgir I), Mughal emperor
(1658-1707), ii. 401-404, 413 ; coins
of, ii. 147-148; BIdar taken (1656),
ii. 194; architecture of, ii. 200; attack
on Bijapur (i6S6\ ii. 387 ; attempted
to undermine Kutb Shahi dynasty of
Golconda, ii. 390; struggle for Mughal
throne, ii. 401 ; besieged in Balkh, ii.
401 ; contest with the Marathas, ii.
446; submission of English in India to
(^1690), ii. 460; embassy of Sir William







INDEX



Noriis to court of (1699-1703'j, ii. 462 ;
decline of Mughal empire under, iv. 5,
70; revenue St nistics, iv. 238; wars, i v.
69 ; mints, iv. 514.

Local notices ; General sent to take
Adoni, V. 25; rule in Agra, v. 83;
Agra palace built by (1685), v. 85 ;
burial-place of heart and viscera in
Ahmadnagar, v. 125; death at Ahmad-
nagar (1707), vi. 149; defeated his
brother Dara near Ajmer, v. 142 ;
mosques built at Ajodhya, v. 176; said
to have presented a footstool to temple
of Alam Prabhu in Kolhapur State on
occasion of a visit, v. 253 ; Govind
Singh defeated at Anandpur, v. 335 ;
adopted kainil land settlement in
Anantapur, v. 346; annexed Antur in
Hyderabad State, v. 387 ; power of
Arakan crushed by viceroy of, v. 391 ;
rule at Aurangabad, vi. 141, 149 ; war
with English in Balasore, vi. 246; in
Balkh, vi. 248; Bellary annexed, vii.
161 ; mosque at Benares, vii. 190, 191 ;
in Berar, vii. 369 ; Bidar besieged and
taken, viii. 165, 170; Bijapur taken
(1686), vii. 148, viii. 187; encamped
at Brahmapuri (1695), ix. 10; Broach
fortifications destroyed and rebuilt, ix.
30, 31 ; Rao Raja Chhatarsal of Bundi
killed in fighting against (1658), ix.
80 ; Chakan fort restored to Sivaji
(1667), X. 122 ; Chandor taken (1665),
X. 166 ; Chandravati said to have been
destroyed in time of, xiv. 123; Abdul
Hasan imprisoned in Chini Mahal
(16S7), xi. 201 ; Conjeeveram taken by
army of, x. 377 ; Cuddapah overrun by
(1688), xi. 60; oflicer sent to Debi
Patan by, who slew priests, broke
images, &c., xi. 205 ; appointed viceroy
of Deccan, vi. 149 ; attempted con-
quest of Deccan (1684), viii. 2S9 ;
Jaswant Singh defeated at Dharmatpur
(1658), ix. 340 ; Dharwar fort captured
(1685), xi. 316; Dipalpur under, xi.
359 ; sa7-ai at Dohad restored by order
of, xi. 366-367 ; Elgandal annexed
to Delhi empire, xii. 6; mosque built
at Elgandal, xii. 6 ; Shuja defeated
in Fatehpur District (1659), xii. 77 ;
Galna taken (1705,1, xii. 125 ; Ganjam
luider (1687), xii. 145 ; Sulaiman
Shikoh delivered up to, by Raja
rirthi Shah, xii. 166; Golconda rule
in Godavari overthrown by (16S7), xii.
2S5 ; Gola shrine endowed by, after
failure of attempt to destroy lingani, xii.
308; Golconda taken (1687), xii. 309,
xiii. 239; Gulbarga imder, xii. 377;
Aundah temple destroyed by, xiii. 143 ;
invasion of Hyderabad (1655), ^i"-
239; Mecca mosque at Hyderabad,



completed by, xiii. 309 ; Indur annexed
by, xiii. 352 ; said to have visited Jalna,
xiv. 29; invested Kalyain (i6=i6\ xiv.
324; Kimala recaptured, xv. 59 ; visit
to Kashmir, xv. 93 ; effect of death of,
on history of Katehr (Rohilkhand),
vii. 4; Khandesh ravaged, xv. 229;
tomb at Khuldabad, near Aurangabad,
XV. 2S5 ; Kistna under (16S7), xv.
321 ; Kondapalli surrendered to troops
of (16S7), XV. 393 ; buildings at Lahore,
xvi. lie, 112; mosque built at Luck-
now, xvi. 195; Madras threatened by
(i687\ xvi. 369; Mandnlgarh taken by
(1680), and made over to Jujhar Singh
(1700), xvii. 149; war with Jaswant
Singh, of Marwar, xiv. 184-1 85; treaty
with Jai Singh of Mewar (1681), xxiv.
90-91 ; mosque at Multan, xviii.
36-37 ; visited Muttra and changed
name to Islamabad (1669-70), xviii.
73 ; mosque at Muttra (1669), xviii.
73 ; Nalgonda taken by, xviii. 339 ;
mosque at Narnala built by, xviii.
379; in Nimar, xix. 118; Pan-
davgarh fort surrendered to officers of
(1701), xix. 3S9 ; Parenda fort reduced
by, XX. I ; Parli fort renamed Naura-
stara by, xx. 5 ; in Peshawar, xix. 153,
XX. 116; Poona restored to Sivaji by
(1667"), XX. 182; in the Punjab, xx.
269-276 ; took Raigarh (1690), xxi.
48 ; in Rajpulana, xxi. 98 ; Snmbhal
included in territory of Katehr, xxi.
306; capture of Satara, xxii. 119;
revenue system in Satara, xxii. 126-
127 ; Bharat Singh of vShahpura given
title of Raja by, xxii. 223; Sinhgarh
besieged (1703), xxiii. 13; invasion of
Southern India (1686), xvi. 250;
brought up at Sultanpur, xxiii. 138 ;
Thanesar shrine desecrated, xxiii.
305 ; buildings destroyed in Udaipur
State, Rajputana, xxiv. 90 ; defeated
Jaswant Singh nt Ujjain (1658),
xxiv. 114; rule in Hindustan (United
Provinces), xxiv. 153 ; occupied factory
at Vizagapatani (1689), xxiv. 337.

Auriferous sand, Bilaspur, viii. 228;
Madura, xvi. 397.

Ansa, tdhtk and town in Hyderabad. See
Ovvsa.

Ausalas, smiths, in Elgandal, Hyderabad,
xii. 7 ; Nalgonda, Hyderabad District,
xviii. 340.

Australasia, trade of India with, iii. 311.

Austrian scientific expedition to the
Nicobars, xix. 64.

D'Auteuil, French under, tried to take
Trichinopoly (1756), xxiv. 29.

Auveiyar, Tamil poetess, ii. 435.

Ava, old capital in Upper Burmi, vi.



INDEX



41



Avachar, petty State in tlie Dangs, Bom-

biy, vi. 152, xi. 147.
Avaclhendra Singh, Kaja Baliadur, chief

of Kolhi (1895), xvi. 2.
Avalanche Peak, in the Kundahs, Nilgiri

District, xvi 25.
Avalanches, in Gilgit, xii. 242.
Avalapalle Drug, peak in North Arcot

District, Madras, v. 403.
Avalokita, Buddha's Bodhi-Satwa or son,

xix.43.
Avani, sacred village and hill in Kolar

District, Mysore, vi. 152.
Avanti, Apabhramsa formerly s]iokcn in

Ujjain, the parent of modern Rajasthani,

i. 362.
Avanti, old name of Ujjain in Central

India, vi. 152, xvii. loi.
Avasgarh, former name of Barwanl State,

Central India, vi. 152.
Avati, village in Bangalore District, My-
sore, vi. 152-153.
Avdhut Singh, rule in Rewah (1700-55),

xxi. 282.
Avitabile, General, governor of Pesha-
war under Kanjit Singh, xx. 116, 125;

head-quarters at Wazirabad, xxiv. 37^-
Avlingva, math at Shirhatti, Southern

Maratha Country, Bombay, xxii. 292.
Awa, estate in United Provinces, vi. 153.
Awadhi, dialect of Eastern Hindi spoken

in Oudh, i. 370 ; Bahraich, vi. 20S ; Bara

Banki, vi. 420 ; Central India, ix. 351 ;

Champaran, x. 140; Gaya, xii. 200;

Oudli,xix. 2S6; Pavtabgarh, XX.17 ; Rae

Bareli, xxi. 28 ; Saran, xxii. S7 ; .Shah-

abad, xxii. 190; Sitapur, xxiii. 56;

.Sultanpur, xxiii. 132 ; Unao, xxiv. 125.
Awadhia Kurmls, agricultural tribe in

Bihar, i. 322.
Awan Maliks, rule in Kalabagh, Punjab,

xiv. 290.
AwankarT dialect, spoken in Punjab, xx.

286.
Awans, agricultural tribe in Punjab :

Attock, vi. 133-134; Bannu, vi. 396;

Dera Ismail Khan, xi. 263; Gujrat, xii.

368; Hazara, xiii. 78; Hoshiarpur, xiii.

196; Jhelum, xiv. 152, 154; JuUundur,

xiv. 226; Kohat, xv. 345; Mianwali,

xvii. 31S-319; North- West Frontier

Province, xix. 166 ; Peshawar, xi;. 117.

Punjab, XX. 2 88 ; Rawalpindi, xxi. 266;

Shahpur, xxii. 216; Sialkot, xxii. 329.
Axe-heads and axes, manufacture of:

Chittagong Hill Tracts, x. 322 ; Pala-

mau, xix. 342 ; Sylhet, xxiii. 196.
Ayarpatha, peak in Naini Tal District,

United Provinces, xviii. 333.
Ayaz, Malik, Lahore left in charge of

(1042), xvi. 106.
Ayaz Khan, of Godhpur. See Muhammad

Ayaz Khan.



Ayiri, artisan caste in Coorg, xi. 2S.
Ayodhia Kurmis. See Awadhia Kurmis.
Ayodhya, town in the United Provinces.

See Ajodhya.
Ayogava, son of a .Sudra by a Kshattriya

woman, _i. 333.
Ayub Khan, of Afghanistan, captured

Kandahar, ii. 519 ; rout of, by I.ord

Roberts, ii. 519.
Ayudha Puja, festival in Madras, xvi. 266.
Ayyampettai, town in Taiijore District,

Madras, with weaving industry, vi. 153 ;

manufactures, iii. 211, 216.
Ayyankere, artificial lake in Mysore, vi.

154-
Ayyas, Lingayat priests in Belgaum, vii.

149; Bijapur,viii. 179; Dharwar,xi.307.
Azad Khan, chief of Kharan, Baluchibtan,

XV. 248.
Azad Khan, rebelled against TTmur

Shah, xix. 319.
Azam /VlI Khan, revenue manager in

Nalgonda District, Hyderabad (,1840),

xviii. 343.
Azam, Ghiyas-ud-din, king of East Ben-
gal (1 3S9), vii. 216.
Azam Humayun, Mahmud, Khalji. See

Mahmud II, king of Malwa (1511-31).
Azam Khan, tomb at Ahmadabad, v. 108 ;

built fort of Shahapur (1640), xxi. 235.
Azam Khan, Azamgarh town founded by

(1665), vi. 162.
Azam Shah, son of Aurangzeb, defeated

and slain (1707), ii. 404 ; tomb at

Khnldabad, xv. 285 ; born atTirawari,

xxiii. 390; killed in battle at Jajan,

xxiv. 153.
Azamabad-i-Talawari, village in the Pun-
jab. See Tirawari.
Azamgarh, District in United Provinces,

vi. 154-162 ; physical aspects, 154-

155; history, 155-156; population,

156-157; agriculture, 157-159; trade

and communications, 159; famine, 160;

administration, 160-162.
Azamgarh, tahsil in United Provinces,

vi. 162.
Azamgarh, town in United Provinces,

vi. 162 ; arts and manufactures, iii. 210,

211, 244.
iVzim, grandson of ^Vurangzeb, governor

of Palna, xx. 68.
AzTm Khan, palace at Ahmadabad, v. 108.
AzTm Khan, governor of Bengal, subject

toDelhi (1582), vii. 217.
AzTm Khan, governor of Bengal, subject

to Delhi (1632), vii. 217.
Azim Khan, Sardar, Nawab Khan killed

by, at Tanawal (1818), xxiii. 219.
AzIm Khan, Kandahar imder (1867), xiv.

.^76.
Azim Shah, Ghiyas-ud-din (1390-7),

alleged tomb of, at Pandua, ii. 190.



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INDEX



Azimabad. See Patna city.

Azimganj, town in Murshidabad District,

Bengal, with Jain merchants, vi. 163.
AzTm-iul-daiila, Nawab of the Carnalic,

North and South Arcot ceded to the

British by, in full sovereignty (1801),

V. 406, 424; Nellore ceded, xix. 10.
Azim-iish-shan, contest for Mughal

throne and death of, ii. 405 ; governor

of Bengal, subject to Delhi (1697), vii.

217; defeated and drowned near Lahore,

xvi. no.
Aziz Himar, Dhar under, xi. 295.
Azmeriganj, trade centre in Assam. See

Ajmiriganj.
Azz-ud-din, Farrukhsiyar defeated by

(1712), xii. 77, XV. 220.

B.

Baba Atl, seven-storeyed tower at Am-
ritsar, v. 329.

Baba Budan mountains, in Mysore, vi.
163, xiv. 262.

Baba Sahib, chief of Nargund. See Bhas-
kar Rao.

Baba-Budan-giri, peak in Baba Budan
mountains, Mysore, xiv. 262.

Babar, Barlas Turk, Mughal emperor
(1526-1530), history of, ii. 394-39.'^.
413; Ibrahim defeated by (1526), ii.
145 ; campaigns, ii. 367.

Local notices : In Afghanistan, v.
36 ; made Agra his capital and died
there, v. 82, S3 ; mosque built at
Ajodhya, v. 176 ; Allahabad wrested
from Pathans (1529,1, v. 229; Badakh-
slian given to his son, vi. 175 ;
Banur mentioned in memoirs, vi. 414;
remarks on Bangash river, vi. 398 ;
held Bhera to ransom (1519), viii. 100 ;
fort of Bijaigarh mentioned by, vii.
^37) I^iidra Pratap recognized by in
Bundelkhand, xiv. 137; attack . on
Chanderi, x. 163 ; entered Delhi (1526),
xi. 235 ; Miranis submitted to, xi.
270; Dholpur surrendered to (1526),
xi. 332; Dipalpur stormed, xi. 359;
Etawah conquered, xii. 39; visit to
Fyzabad, xii. in; Ghazipur conquered,
xii. 223; Gwalior fort taken (1526),
and visited (1529), xii. 440, 443;
Afghans expelled from Hardol, xiii.
44 ; invasion of Jaswan Dun in Hoshiar-
pur, xiii. 194 ; raid into India and
control of valley of Indus,xix. 151-152 ;
Gakhar chieftains loyal to, in Jhelum,
xiv. 152; made himself master of
Kabul (1504), xiv. 243 ; tomb and
mosque at Kabul, v. 45, xiv. 244 ;
bridge at Kabul built by, xiv. 246 ; in
KalpI, xiv. 318; Kandahar recovered
(1512), xiv. 376; battle of Khanua,
vii. 19, XV. 245, xxi. 96 ; Khyber



Pass traversed, xv. 300 , Kohat raided
(1505), XV. 343 ; Lahore plundered
by troops of (1524), xvi. 107; Luck-
now taken (1528), xvi. 1S9 ; Malot
surrendered to (1526), xvii. 94 ; Mewar
invaded, xxiv. 89 ; Multan handed
over to (1528), xviii. 25, 26, 36 ; in
Oudh, xix. 279-280; defeat of Ibrahim
Lodi at Panipat (1526), xiv. 75, xix.
397, XX. 267-268, xxiv. 151 ; Peshawar
invaded (1519), xx. 115 ; Ranthambhor
made over to (1528), xxi. 235-236 ;
conferred the Potvi'ar country on Sultan
Sarang, xxi. 264 ; marched across Sa-
haranpur (1526), xxi. 369; Humayun
appointed governor of Sambhal, xxii.
iS ; rule over Swat, xxiii. 1S4.

Babariadhar, hill in Kathiawar, crowned
by stone fort, xxi. 168.

Babarkhana, ruins in Rawalpindi District,
identified with site of Taxila, xxii. 201.

Babars, division of the Jats in Upper
Sind Frontier District, xxiv. 280.

Babayya's dargdh, at Penukonda, Madras,
XX. 105.

Baberu, tahsll in Banda District, United
Provinces, vi. 164.

Babhans, military Brahmans, i. 498 ; in
Bihar, vii. 233; Chaniparan, x. 140;
Darbhanga, xi. 155; (jaya, xii. 200;
Monghyr, xvii. 395 ; Muzaffarpur, xviii.
98 ; Patna, xx. 59 ; Saran, xxii. 87 ; Shah-
abad, xxii. 190. See also Bhuinhars.

P>abhulna pass, in Western Ghats, xii. 218.

Babis, Gujarat ravaged by, xii. 352 ; rule
in Kaira, xiv. 286 ; Radhanpur, xix. 348,
xxi. 23 ; Tharad, xix. 348.

Babra, petty State in Kathiawar, Bombay,
vi. 164, XV. 165.

Babu, Shaikh, shrine at Balapur, Berar,
vi. 234.

Babul trees {^Acacia arabica), Akola, v.
185; Aligarh,v. 209; Allahabad, v. 228;
xVmraoti, v. 310; Anantapur, v. 338;
Bardoli tuhilca, Surat, vi. 432 ; Baroda,
vii. 52; Basim, vii. 96, ico ; Belgaum,
vii. 152; Bharatpur, viii. 82; Bikaner,
viii. 203 ; Bombay Presidency, viii.
321; Bulandshahr, ix. 48; Buldana,
ix. 60; Central India, ix. 331 ; Challa-
kere, Mysore, x. 12S; Cuddapah, xi.
59; Cutch, xi. 77; Dharwar, xi. 304;
Elgandal, Hyderabad, xii. 6 ; EUichpur,
xii. II ; Etah, xii. 29; Etawah, xii. 38 ;
Farrukliabad, xii. 63 ; Fatehpur, xii.
76; Gaya, xii. 196; Gulbarga, Hyder-
abad, xii. 376; Hyderabad, Sind, xiii.
312, 317 ; Indur, Hyderabad, xiii. 354;
Jaipur, xiii. 391; Jalaun,xiv.i8; Jamner
taliika. East Khandesh, xiv. 51 ; Jaun-
pur, xiv. 73 ; Jessore, xiv. 91 ; Jodhpur,
xiv. 180; Junagarh, xiv. 237; Kadur
taluk, Mysore, xiv. 269; KalpI, Jalaun,



INDEX



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xiv. 319; Karachi, XV. 2,7; Karimnagar,
Hyderabad, xv. 42; Kathiawar, xv. 179;
Khaiipur, xv. 213 ; Khandesh, xv. 235 ;
on banksofKistna river, XV. 335; Kotah,
XV. 41S; Kudchi /rt///^(?, Belgaum, xvi.
1 1; Larkana,xvi.i37; Lingsugur, Hyder-
abad, xvi. 163; Murshidabad, xviii.45 ;
Muttra, xviii. 63 ; Mysore, xviii. 252 ;
Nalgonda, Hyderabad, xviii. 339; Nasik,
xviii. 399; Osmanabad, Hj-derabad, xix.
269 ; Parbhani, Hyderabad, xix. 411 ;
Partabgarh, xx. 11, 15; Poona, xx. 166;
Punjab, XX. 309 ; Santal Parganas, xxii.
63; SataraAz////Ja, xxii. 128; Siiahjahan-
pur, xxii. 202 ; Shahpuia chiefship, xxii.
224; Sholapur, xxii. 296, 301; Sind,
xxii. 393 ; Sukkur, xxiii. 119,123; Sural,
xxiii. 153 ; Tasgaon taluka, Satara, xxiii.
253 ; Thar and Parkar, xxiii. 307 ;
Udaipur, xxiv. 96; Unao, xxiv. 123;
Upper Sind Frontier District, xxiv. 278,
282.

BabulTkhera, original name of Barwaha,
Central India, vii. 90.

Bachaj! Duvajl, Idar State seized by, for
Peshwa, xiii. 325.

Bachan Pal, traditional founder of Gujrat,

xii- 373-
Bachgotis, clans of Rajputs in Partabgarh,

XX. 17; Sultanpur, xxiii. 133.
Bachha Raja, traditional founder of re-
mains of town near Bachlion, Central

India, v. 130.
Bachliraon, town in United Provinces,

Moradabad District, vi. 164-165.
Backergunge, District in Eastern Bengal,

vi. 165-174; physical aspects, 165-166;

history, 167; population, 167-169;

trade and communications, 170-171 ;

administration, 171-174; revenue,

173; education, 174; cyclone (1S76),

Bactrian Greek kingdom, coins of, ii.

137-138; lule in India, viii. 279;

overthrown by Parthians, xii. 365 ; in

Rajputana, xxi. 94; in -Shahpur, xxii.

213; invaded Punjab (c. 200 B.C.),

xxii. 394.
Bada Talao (' great lake '), artificial lake

at Champaner, Panch Mahals, x. 136.
Badaga, dialect of Kanarese, i. 381 ;

spoken in the Nilgiris, xix. 92.
Badagara (North Bank), town in Malabar

District, Madras, vi. 174.
Badagas, tribe in the Nilgiris, xix. 92.
Badakhshan, province of Afghanistan, vi.

174-176.
Badakhshis, tribe in Badakhshan, vi. 175 ;

Hindu Kush mountains, xiii. 138.
Badal Mahal, building at Kumbhalgarh,

Rajputana, xvi. 22.
Badamgarh, peak in Bonni State, Bengal,

vi. 176.



Badami, tdltika in Bijapur District,
Bombay, vi. 176.

Badami, village with cave temples in
Bijapur District, Bombay, vi. 176-177.

Badan Singh, captured Tluin, and was
proclaimed Raja of Dig (1722), viii.
75 ; palace and fort of Kumher built
by (c 1724), xvi. 22 ; proclaimed him-
self leader of the Jats (1712), xviii. 64 ;
distribution of possessions, xviii. 64 ;
founded Wer, xxiv. 385.

Badaneh Tal. See Bakhira Tal.

Badarayana, the BrahDia-sfitra of, text-
book of Vedanta ] hilosophy, ii. 254.

Badarpur, village and railway junction in
Sylhet District, Assam, vi. 177.

Badat Sri, rule in Gilgit, xii. 239.

Badausa, tahsil in Banda District, United
Provinces, vi. 177-178.

Badayun, District in United Provinces.
See Budaun.

Badayuni, historian, born at Budaun, ix.
42.

Baden-Powell, B. H., types of Indian
villages, iv. 279-2S0; quoted concern-
ing village officers and servants, iv. 2S0-
281.

Badgers, i. 222; Hyderabad, Sind, xiii.
313; Kangra, xiv. 382; Moradabad,
xvii. 421 ; Punjab, xx. 255.

Badhaksor Eagris, criminal tribe in Cen-
tral India, ix. 384.

Badhantola, highest peak in Gagar range,
Almora, xii. 121.

Badikayalipalle, tank in Madanapalle
taluk, Cuddapah, xvi. 227.

Badin, tCilitka in Hyderabad District,
Sind, vi. 178.

Badin, village in Hyderabad District,
Sind, vi. 178.

Badnera, town in Amraoti District, Be-
rar, vi. 178.

Badni Sar, peak in Safed Koh range,
Kurram Agency, xvi. 47-48.

Badnor, town in Rajputana, vi. 178-179.

Badnur, head-quarters of Betul District,
Central Provinces, vi. 179.

Badri Narayan, temple at Pushkar, Aj-
mer, xxi. i.

Badrihat, ruins in Murshidabad District,
Bengal, vi. 179.

Badrinath, peak in Garhwal District,
United Provinces, vi. 179-180.

Badrpur. See Badarpur.

Badr-ud-dln. See Budhan, Baba.

Badshah Mahal, hunting-seat erected by
All Mardan Khan, xxi. 369.

Badshahpur, town in United Provinces.
See Mungra-Badshahpur.

Baduria, town in District of Twenty-four
Parganas, Bengal, vi. iSo.

liadvel, teiluk in Cuddapah District,
Madras, vi. 180-181.



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INDEX



Badvel, town in Cuddapah District,
Madras, vi. iSi.

Baffa, town in Hazara District, North-
West Frontier Province, vi. i8i.

Baga caste. See Beda.

Bagalkot, taluka in Bijapur District,
Bombay, vi. i8i.

Bagali



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