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AKBAR KHAN, Muhammad. See Mu-
hammad.



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AKHAI KUMAR SEN, Rai Bahadur.
The title was conferred on January 1,
1897. Residence: Mulchar, Dacca,
Bengal.

AKHIL CHANDRA MUKHARJI, Rai

Bahadur. Granted the title of Rai
Bahadur, as a personal distinction,
January 2, 1893. Residence: Calcutta.

AKRAM HUSAIN, Muhammad Afsar-
ul-Mulh Mirza Bahadur, Prince. The
title is personal, being the courtesy-
title of this nobleman as the twenty-
second son of the late King of Oudh.
Residence : Calcutta, Bengal.

AKRAM KHAN, Sir Muhammad,
K.C.S.I. (of Amb.), Nawdb Bahadur.
See Muhammad.

ALAM CHAND, Pandit, Rai Saheb.
The title was conferred on June 22,
1897. Residence: Bastar, Central Pro-
vinces.

ALAM KHAN, Khan Saheb. Received
the title on May 21, 1898. Residence :
Kotla Nihang, Ambala, Punjab.

ALAM KHAN, Mir, Khan Bahadur.
The title is personal, and was conferred
on September 5, 1883, for distinguished
military service. The Khan Bahadur
holds the high rank of Risaldar-Major
in Her Majesty's Army. Residence:
With 1st Punjab Cavalry.

ALAM SHAH, Khan Bahadur. The
title is personal, and was conferred on
January 1, 1894. Residence:

ALAM SHAH, Sayyid, Khan Bahadur.
The title is personal, and was conferred
on February 16, 1887, on the occasion
of the Jubilee of the reign of Her Most
Gracious Majesty. Residence: Lahore,
Punjab.

ALBEL SINGH (of Lidhran), Sardar;
b. in 1824. The title is hereditary,
and the Sardar is descended from
Sardar Jai Singh, The family did
good service during the Mutiny.
Residence : Ludhiana, Punjab.

ALBEL SINGH, Risaldar, Rai Bahadur.
The title was conferred as a personal
distinction on January 8, 1875. Resi-
dence : Ludhiana, Punjab.

ALI AHMAD, Khan Bahadur. The
Khan Bahadur, who is also styled
Iktidar Jang Afsar-ud-daula, Rafat-
ul-Mulk, derived his titles from the
Carnatic Nawab ; and they were recog-



nized by Government in December,
1893. Residence: Madras.

ALI AHMAD KHAN tvalad NASIR
KHAN, Mir. The title is hereditary,
and the Mir is descended from one of
the Mirs of Sind at the time of the
annexation. Residence : Shikarpur,
Sind.

ALI AHMAD KHAN, Maulavi Sayyid,
Khan Bahadur. The title was con-
ferred on May 26, 1894. Residence:
Jabalpur, Central Provinces.

ALI BAHADUR KHAN (of Saidpur),

Raja. The Raja is a Chib Rajput of
very ancient descent. Hi* ancestor,
Chib Chand, and his descendants long
ruled in the neighbourhood of Bhim-
bar ; and one of the latter, Sadip
Chand, adopted the Mahammadan
faith in the Court of 1ne Emperor
Babar, and was confirmed by that
monarch in his possession, taking the
name of Shadab Khan., The title is
hereditary, and the Raja) son is named
Ali Akbar Khan. Residence : Saidpur,
Jhelum, Punjab.

ALI BAKHSH KHAN *Ud AHMAD
ALI KHAN, Mir. TH title is held
for life, the Mir being ajdescendant of
one of the Mirs of Sindat the time of
the annexation. Residence : Shikarpur,
Sind.

ALI BAKHSH KHAN wdad FAZL MU-
HAMMAD KHAN, Ml The title is
held for life, the Mir beiig a descendant
of one of the Mirs or Chiefs of Sind at
the time of the annexaion. Residence :
Shikarpur, Sind.

ALI BEG, Muhammal, Major. See
Muhammad.

ALI DOST SAHEB, Kkh Bahadur; b.
1829. Was granted he personal title
of Khan Bahadur onJanuary 1, 1878.
Residence: Arcot, Moras.

ALI DURKHANw«/a4 MAM BAKHSH
KHAN, Mir. The title is held for
life, the Mir being a descendant of
one of the Mirs oj Chiefs of Sind
at the time of thj annexation (see
Khairpur). Residnce: Shikarpur,
Sind.

AH GAUHAR KHAI, Khan Bahadur.
The title is persoal, and was con-
ferred on June 9, 878. Is Khan of
Agror. Residence JAgror, Punjab.



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All HASAN KHAN, Amir-ud-dauld
Ihtisham-ul-Mulk, Bahadur, Shujdat
Jang. The title is personal, and was
originally conferred by the late Mu-
hammad Ali Shah, formerly King of
Oudh, in 1837. He is the grandson of
the late Saadat Ali Khan, King of
Oudh ; and his title was recognized
December 4, 1877. Residence : Luck-
now, Oudh.

ALI HASAN KHAN walad IMAM
BAKHSH KHAN, Mir. The title is
held for life, as that of one of the
descendants of the Mirs of Sind at the
time of the annexation. Residence:
Shikarpur, Sind.

ALT HUSAIN KHAN, Shams-ud-dauld
Mukhtar-ul-Mulk, Bahadur, Mustakim
Jang. Is grandson of the late Saadat
Ali Khan, Kiug of Oudh. His titles
were originally conferred by the late
Muhammad Ali Shah, King of Oudh ;
and were recognized by Government,
December 4, 1877. Residence: Luck-
now, Oudh.

ALI HUSAIN, Sardar Mirza Bahadur,
Prince. The Prince is the fourteenth
son of the late King of Oudh, and his
title is a courtesy title, personal to
himself. Residence : Calcutta, Bengal.

ALI JAN, Khan Bahadur. The title is
personal, and was conferred on January
1, 1890. Residence : Jaunpur, North-
western Provinces.

ALI KHAN, Mirza Muhammad, Khan
Saheb. Received the title for services
as Member of Council of the Tonk
State, on May 21, 1898. Residence :
Tonk, Rajputana.

ALI KHAN, Sayyid, Nawdb. The title
was conferred on February 16, 1887.
The Nawdb had received the title of
Khan Bahadur on January 1, 1877.
Residence : Monghyr, Bengal.

ALI MAD AD KHAN walad AHMAD
KHAN, H. H. Mir, Mir; b. 1835.
The first title is personal. The second
title (Mir) is hereditary, as His High-
ness is descended from the old Mirs or
Chiefs of Sind. Residence: Shikarpur,
Sind.

ALI MAZHAR SAHIB, Hafiz, Khdn
Bahadur. Connected with the Carnatic
family. "Was granted the personal title
on June 1, 1888. Residence : Karur,
Madras.



All MUHAMMAD, Mirza. The title is
hereditary. Is the son of Mirza Khusro
Beg. Residence : Hyderabad, Sind.

ALI MUHAMMAD SHAD, Sayyid,
Khan Bahadur. Is a descendant of the
same family as the Nawab Bahadur
Vilayat Ali Khan, CLE. (q.v.) ; and
was granted the title on January 1,
1891, in consideration of his social
position and learning. Residence:
Patna, Bengal.

ALI MURAD KHAN walad AHMAD
KHAN, Mir; b. September 1, 1835.
The title is hereditary, and the Mir is
a son of the Mir Ahmad Khan of the
Shahwani branch of the Talpur family,
formerly Amirs of Sind. Residence :
Hyderabad, Sind.

ALI MURAD KHAN walad FATEH
KHAN, Mir. The title is personal,
and was continued for life in 1896.
Residence : Hyderabad, Sind.

ALI NAKI KHAN, Muhammad, Mirza
Bahadur. See Muhammad.

ALI NAWAB CHAUDHRI, Maulavi
Muhammad, Khdn Bahadur. See
Muhammad.

ALI NAWAB CHAUDHRI, Maulavi
Sayyid, Khdn Bahadur. The title was
conferred on June 22, 1897. Residence :
Tippera, Bengal.

ALI NAWAZ KHAN walad GHULAM
SHAH KHAN, Mir. The title is
personal, the Mir being a descendant
of one of the Mirs or Chiefs of Sind at
the time of the annexation. Residence :
Shikarpur, Sind.

ALI RAJA (of Cannanore), Rdjd. See
Musa.

ALIM KHAN, Jamadar, Khdn Saheb.
The title was conferred on February
16, 1887, for good military service.
Residence : With 20th Bengal Infantry.

ALIMUDDIN, Kazi, Khdn Bahadur.
The title was conferred on January 1,
1898. Is Tahsildar of Murwara. Re-
sidence: Murwara, Jabalpur, Central
Provinces.

ALIPURA, Chhatarpati, C.S.I. , Rao Ba-
hadur of. A ruling chief. The Rao
of Alipura was born on August 29,
1853, and succeeded to the Raj on
November 3, 1871. He is a Rajput
(Hindu) of the Parihar clan, and is
descended from the Rao Mukund Singh,



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a Sarddr of Panna, whose grandson,
Rao Pratap Singh, received a sanad
from the British Government in 1808.
The old title of the family was Sewai
Rao ; but Rao only was used until the
year 1877, when the additional title of
Bahadur was granted as a personal dis-
tinction at the Delhi Imperial Assem-
blage, on the occasion of the Proclama-
tion of Her Majesty as Empress of
India. The area of the State is 69
square miles; its population 14,891,
chiefly Hindus. The Rao Bahadur was
created a C.S.I, on February 15, 1887,
on the occasion of the Jubilee of the
reign of Her Most Gracious Majesty.
He maintains a military force of 6
cavalry, 277 infantry, and 3 guns.
Residence : Alipura, Bundelkhand,
Central India.

ALIBAJPUR, Rana Partab Singh, Rdnd
of. A ruling chief. He was born
about the year 1881, and succeeded to
the Raj on February 14, 1891. He is a
Sisodiya Rajput, said to be descended
from the family of His Highness the
Mahdrdnd of Udaipur. The area of
the State is 836 square miles; its
population is 56,827, chiefly Hindus,
but including nearly 19,000 Bhils. The
Rana is entitled to a salute of 9 guns,
and maintains a military force of 11
cavalry, 169 infantry, and 7 guns.
Residence : Alirdjpur, Bhopdwar, Cen-
tral India.

ALI-UD-DIN SAHEB, Maulavi Sayyid,

Khan Saheb. Received the title on
June 3, 1899. Residence: Bellary,
Madras.

ALLAH BAKHSH wafo^ALI BAKHSH,

Mir ; b. October 1, 1865. The title is
hereditary, the Mir being a son of Mir
Ali Bakhsh of the Shahwani branch of
the Talpur family, formerly Amirs of
Sind. Residence: Hyderabad, Sind.

ALLAH BAKHSH walad GHULAM
HUSAIN KHAN, Mir. The title is
hereditary, for the same reason as
above. Residence : Shikdrpur, Sind.

ALLAH BAKHSH, Munshi, Khan Baha-
dur. Granted the title of Khan Baha-
dur as a personal distinction, in promo-
tion from that of Khan Saheb, January
2, 1893. Residence : Rawalpindi,
Punjab.

ALLAH BAKHSH KHAN, Saddozai,

Khan Saheb. The title was conferred



on January 1, 1895. Residence: Dera
Ghazi Khan, Punjab.

ALLAH BAKHSH KHAN walad ALA-
DITTA KHAN, Mir. The title has
been continued for life. Residence:
Shikarpur, Sind.

ALLAH RAKHIO KHAN walad ALA-
DITTA KHAN, Mir. The title has
been continued for life. Residence:
Shikarpur, Sind.

ALLAH YAR KHAN, Karyal, Khdn
Saheb. The title was conferred on May
21, 1898. Residence : Shahpur, Punjab.

ALLAHDAD KHAN, Nawdb. The title
is hereditary, and the present Nawdb,
in 1889, succeeded his father, Nawdb
Sarfaraz Khan, C.S.I. Sarbuland
Khan, the founder of the family, and
the first Nawab of Mankerah, was an
Afghan of the Saddozai, a ruling race
of Kabul, and held the government
of the Derajat under the Nawab of
Multan. Subsequently he obtained,
through the Kabul Government, pos-
session of the Mankerah territory,
and took up his residence at Bhakkar
on the Indus. On his death in 1816
he was succeeded by Hafiz Ahmad
Khan, his daughter's son, who was
the great-grandfather of the present
Nawab. He was succeeded by his son,
Shah Nawaz Khan, and in the latter's
time, Ranjit Singh, after the conquest
of Multan, besieged and took Manke-
rah. A treaty was, however, sub-
sequently concluded, by which the
Nawdb was left in possession of a con-
siderable territory. He was succeeded
by his son, Nawdb Sarfardz Khan, and
the latter by his son, the present
Nawab. Residence: Dera Ismail Khdn,
Punjab.

ALLAHDAD KHAN walad AHMAD
KHAN, Mir. The title is hereditary,
the Mir being a Jdgirddr and a de-
scendant of one of the Mirs or Chiefs
of Sind at the time of the annexation.
Residence : Hyderabad, Sind.

ALLAHDAD KHAN, Raisani, Mir, Khan
Bahadur. The title was conferred on
February 16,1887. Residence: Khanak
and Barkhan, Baluchistan.

ALLAHYAR KHAN (Khan of Hangu),

Khdn Bahadur. The title of Khdn
Bahddur was conferred on January 1,
1895. Residence: Kohdt, Punjab.



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ALTAF HUSAIN, Miyan (of Muzaffar-
nagar), Khan Bahadur. The title was
conferred on January 1, 1891. Resi-
dence: Peshawar, Punjab.

ALUMAL TRIKAMDAS BHOJVANI,

Rao Saheb, Rao Bahadur. The title is
personal, and was conferred on Febru-
ary 1, 1889. Residence : Karachi, Sind.

ALVA (REWA KANTHA), Thakur
Rasul Khan, Thakur of. A ruling
chief. Was born about the year 1875,
and is a Muhammadan of Rajput
descent. The area of the State is about
3 square miles, and its population
consists chiefly of aboriginal Bhils.
Residence : Alva, Rewa Kantha,
Bombay.

ALWAR, His Highness the Maharaja
Sawai of. His Highness the Maharaja
is a minor, and only succeeded to
the Raj in the year 1892, on the
death of the late Maharaja, Lieu-
tenant-Colonel His Highness the
Maharaja Sawai Sir Mangal Singh
Bahadur, G.C.S.I. He is a Rajput
(Hindu) of the Naruka clan, and is
descended from Pratap Singh, Rao of
Macheri. The latter, on becoming
Raja of Rajgarh, took the title of
Rao Raja of Macheri ; and subse-
quently, on bringing the whole of
Alwar into subjection, he assumed the
title of Maharao Raja, and proclaimed
his independence in 1770 a.d. The
family was an offshoot from the ruling
family of Jaipur. The area of the State
is 3024 square miles ; its population
682,926, chiefly Hindus (but including
more than 150,000 Muhammadans).
His Highness is entitled to a salute of
15 guns, and maintains a military
force of 2189 cavalry, 3676 infantry,
and 351 guns. The revenue of the
State is Rs.2,658,972. Residence:
Alwar, Rajputana.

AMALA, Raja Ratan Singh, Raja of.
A ruling chief. The Raja was born
about the year 1841, and is of Bhil
descent. The State, which is one of
the Dang States, in Khandesh, is about
119 square miles in area ; and its
population, which consists chiefly of
Bhils, Konknas, and other aboriginal
tribes, is about 5300. Residence:
Amala, Khandesh, Bombay.

AMAN SINGH, Rao; b. August 14,
1876. < The title is hereditary, and the
traditional account of its origin is, that



Raja Chhatarsal gave the village of
Salaiyah in Pargana Panwari in dowry
to Sabha Singh, Panwar Thakur, to
whom the Raja's daughter was married,
together with the title of Rao, which
the family have ever since enjoyed.
Rao Aman Singh's grandfather was
Rao Nawal Singh. Residence : Ha-
mirpur, North-Western Provinces.

AMANAT FATIMA (of Basitnagar),

Bey am. See Basitnagar.

AMAR NATH, Babu, Rai Saheb. The
title was conferred on January 1, 1896.
Residence : Kashmir.

AMAR NATH, Babu, Rai Saheb ; b.
1849. Title conferred for good service
on January 1, 1896. Residence: Nur
Mahl, Jalandhar, Punjab.

AMAR NATH, Diwan, Rai Saheb. Is
Governor of Jammu. Received the
title on May 21, 1898. Residence:
Jammu, Punjab.

AMAR SINGH, Rdjd Sir, K.C.S.I. Is
Vice-President of the Jammu and
Kashmir State Council. Was created
a Knight Commander of the most
Exalted Order of the Star of India on
November 11, 1891. Residence : Srina-
gar, Kashmir.

AMAR SINGH, Rai. The title was con-
ferred on August 30, 1859. Residence :
Muzaffarnagar, North- Western Pro-
vinces.

AMAR SINGH (of Ramgarh), Mian.
The title is hereditary. The family is
of Rajput origin, and claims descent
from Singar Chand Raja of Bilaspur
(Kahlur). A descendant of Raja
Singar Chand, named Khushal Singh,
conquered Ramgarh and the adjoining
territories, and built a fort at Ramgarh.
Residence: Ramgarh, Ambala, Punjab.

AMAR SINGH, Sarddr ; b. 1858. The
title is hereditary. The family is
of Jat origin, and is descended from
Sardar Sujan Singh, who took posses-
sion of Shahkot and ten neighbouring
villages in 1759 on the decline of the
Mughal Empire. His successors were
reduced to submission by Sardar Fateh
Singh Ahluwalia, and subsequently by
the Maharaja Ran jit Singh of La-
hore. Residence: Shahkot, Jalandhar,
Punjab.

AMAR SINGH (of Balloki), Sarddr. The
title is hereditary. Residence : Jalan-
dhar, Punjab.



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AMAR SINGH (of Naugaza), Sarddr.

The title is hereditary. Residence :

Jalandhar, Punjab.
AMAKAVATI SHESHAYA SHASTRI,

C.S.I. See Seshaya.
AMB, Nawdb of. See Muhammad Akram

Khan, Sir.
AMB, Rdjd of. See Eaghunath Singh.

AMBADAS SANTIR, Rai Saheb. The
title was conferred on May 25, 1895.
Residence: Wun, Berar.

AMBAR SINGH, Bahadur. The title
was conferred on September 28, 1894,
for meritorious service as Subadar-
Major in the 5th Bombay Infantry.
Residence: Amritsar, Punjab.

AMBIKA CHARAN RAI, Rai Bahadur;
b. 1827, at Behala, near Calcutta; son
of the late Babu Durga Prasad Bai.
Is twelfth in descent from Raja Gajen-
dranath Rai, who was a Minister in the
Court of Delhi in the reign of the
Emperor Jahangir. The family was
settled at Anarpur near Dum-dum,
but removed to Behala towards the
close of the last century, on account of
the Mahratta raids. The Rai Bahadur
has taken an active and enlightened
part in municipal affairs, especially in
connection with the South Suburban
Municipality, of which he has been the
elected Chairman ever since the intro-
duction of the elective system. He
has four sons — Surendranath Rai,B.A.,
B.L., of the High Court, Calcutta;
Satyendranath Rai ; Amarendranath
Rai; Devendranath Rai. Residence:
Behala, Bengal.

AMETHI, Rdjd of. See Bhagwan Bakhsh
Singh of Amethi.

AMIN CHAND (of Bijwara), Sarddr
Bahadur. The title was conferred on
January 1, 1877. The Sardar Bahadur
is of a Khatri family; his son is Ram
Chand. Residence: Bijwara, Hoshiar-
pur, Punjab.

AMIN KHAN, Muhammad, Khan Khel,

Khdn Bahadur. See Muhammad.

AMIR AHMAD, Sayyid, Shams-ul-
Vlama. The title was conferred on
February 16, 1887, for eminent oriental
scholarship. Residence: North-Western
Provinces.

AMIR ALI, The Hon. Sayyid, CLE.
Is a Puisne Judge of the High Court
of Calcutta. He was created a Com-



panion of the Most Eminent Order of
the Indian Empire, February 15, 1887,
in recognition of his position as an
eminent member of the Calcutta Bar.
Belongs to a family that claims descent
from the Prophet. Residence: Calcutta.

AMIR All, Sayyid* Khdn Bahadur.
The title was conferred on January 1,
1896. Residence: Ludhiana, Punjab.

AMIR ALI KHAN walad FAZL MU-
HAMMAD KHAN, Mir. The title
has been continued for life, the Mir
being a descendant of one of the Mirs
or Chiefs of Sind at the time of the
annexation. Residence : Shikarpur,
Sind.

AMIR BAKHSH, Khdn Bahadur. Re-
ceived the title of Khan Saheb on
January 1, 1894, and that of Khan
Bahadur on January 1, 1896. Resi-
dence:

AMIR BAKHSH, Malik, Khdn Saheb.
Received the title on June 3, 1899.
Residence: Hazara, Punjab.

AMIR HASAN KHAN, Sir Muhammad,
of Mahmudabad , K. C I. E. , Rdjd, Khdn
Bahadur. See Muhammad.

AMIR HASAN, Sayyid, Khdn. The
title is hereditary. Residence: Allaha-
bad, North-Western Provinces.

AMIR HUSAIN, Sayyid, CLE., Nawdb
Bahadur. Was created a Companion
of the Most Eminent Order of the
Indian Empire, January 1, 1888, and
received the title of Nawab on January
1, 1892, and that of Nawab Bahadur on
May 21, 1898. Residence: Calcutta.

AMIR KHAN, Khdn Saheb. Received
the title on January 1, 1898. Resi-
dence: Nagpur, Central Provinces.

AMIR MUHAMMAD KHAN, Jamadar,

Khdn Saheb. The title is personal, and
was conferred February 16, 1887, on
the occasion of the Jubilee of Her
Most Gracious Majesty's reign, for
military services. Residence: With 11th
Bengal Lancers.
AMIR SHAH, Khdn Bahddur. The
Khan Bahadur received the title on
May 25, 1892. Residence: Lahore,
Punjab.

AMJAD ALI, Maulavi Sayyid, Shams-
ul-Ularna; b. 1853. The title was
conferred, in recognition of high attain-
ments in Arabic and Persian, on Janu-
ary 1, 1897. Residence: Allahabad,
North-Western Provinces.



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AMJAD All, Sayyid, Sarddr Bahadur.
Son of Sayyid Anwar Ali. The title
was conferred for eminent services in
the Mutiny. His son is Sayyid Kasim
Ali, Honorary Magistrate of Delhi.
Residence: Delhi, Punjab.

AMLIYARA, Thakur Jalamsinghji
Amarsinghji, Thakur of. A ruling
chief. The Thakur, who is a Hindu
of Koli (aboriginal) descent, was born
about the year 1860, and succeeded to
the gadi on April 23, 1876. The State
(which is in Mahi Kantha, Bombay
Presidency) contains an area of about
157 square miles, and a population
(chiefly Hindu) of 12,437. Residence:
Amliyara, Mahi Kantha, Bombay.

AMMEMBALA VENKATEAMANA

POI, Rao Bahadur. Eeceived the title
on June 3, 1899. Residence : Madras.

AMODA, Rdwat of. See Jalam Singh.

AMRIK SINGH, Chhachi, Sarddr; b.
1836. The title is hereditary. Is son
of Sardar Nehal Singh, who married
the only daughter of Sardar Gurmukh
Singh, and was allowed to take the
name of Chhachi and to succeed to his
father-in-law's jdgir. Sardar Nehal
Singh did valuable service to Govern-
ment in the rebellion of 1848 ; and for
his loyalty in the time of the Mutiny
received an additional jdgir. In 1857
the present Sardar (then Amrik Singh,
eldest son of Sardar Nehal Singh)
raised a risala of mounted police and
took them down to Oudh, where they
did excellent service. Residence:
Rawalpindi, Punjab.

AMRIK SINGH, Hasanwalia, Sardar,
Rai Bahadur. Granted the title of
Rai Bahadur, as a personal distinction,
January 2, 1893. Residence: Punjab.

AMRITA LAL CHATTERJI, Rai Baha-
dur. Received the title on May 21,
1898. Was Subordinate Judge of Tir-
hut. Residence: Tirhut, Bengal.

AMRITA NATH MITTER, Rai Bahadur.
The title was conferred on May 25,
1895. Residence: Calcutta.

AMTJLAK SHIVDAS, Rao Saheb. The
title was conferred on February 16,
1887, on the occasion of the Jubilee of
Her Majesty's reign. Residence : Ahma-
dabad, Bombay.

AN, Mating, Kyet thaye zanng Salwe
yaMin.^ This Burmese title (See In-
troduction, page xii) was conferred on



January 1, 1898. Is Extra Assistant
Commissioner of Bassein. Residence:
Bassein, Burma.

ANAND CHANDAR SEN, Rai Bahadur.
Received the title on May 20, 1896.
Residence: Bengal.

ANAND RAO, Rao Saheb. Received the
title on January 1, 1898. Residence:
Umrer, Nagpur, Central Provinces.

ANANDA CHARLU, Panappakkam,
Vidia Vinodha Avargal, C.I.E., Rai
Bahadur. The title was conferred as
a personal distinction on February 16,
1887. Created a CLE. on June 22,
1897. Residence : Egmore, Madras.

ANANDA GAJAPATI RAZ, Mahdrdja
Sir P., G.G.I.E. See Vizianagram.

ANAND AROYA MUDALIYAR, T.,

Janopacara Kirtha; b. 1884. Title
conferred on his great-great-grand-
father, T. Ramaswami Mudaliyar in
1834, for having restored the ancient
bridges at Sivasamudran. Residence:
Mysore City.

ANANDATONAI RAI, Rdjd Rai. This
is one of the titles that appear not to
have been formally recognized by
Government. It was originally con-
ferred for approved service by the
Emperor of Delhi. The earliest Rajas
were Raja Pratapaditya Rai and
Raja Basanta Kumar Rai. Residence :
Khulna, Bengal.

ANANDI DD* , Rai Bahadur. The title
is personal, and was conferred on May
24, 1883. Residence: Indore, Central
India.

ANANDRAO RAMKRISHNA TAL-
CHERKAR, Rao Bahadur. Received
the title on May 21, 1898. Residence :
Bombay.

ANANTA CHARLU, P.O., Rao Bahadur.
See Pananjeri.

ANANTAMPLLLAI SINGARACHARI-
YAR, Mandayam, Rao. The title was
conferred on May 21, 1898. Residence :
Madras.

ANANTARAO PANTULU GARU, V.,

Biwdn Bahadur; b. 1854. Received
the title on January 2, 1897. Resi-
dence: Vizianagram, Madras.

ANANTHA CHARULTJ, P., Rai Baha-
dur. Granted the personal title on
January 1, 1891. Residence: Madras.



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ANATH NATH MULLICK, Rai Baha-
dur. Received the title on May 21,
1898. Residence: Calcutta.

ANAULA, Rdjd of. See Mahesh Partab
Singh.

ANKITAM ACHAYYAMMA, Rani Sri,
Rani. The title was conferred on
January 1, 1896. Residence : Vizaga-
patam, Madras.

ANNAVARAPU PUNDARIKAKSHU-
DU PANTULU, Rao Bahadur. See
Pundarikakshudu.

ANTAJI RAMCHANDRA JOGLIKAR,

Rao Saheb. See Ramchandra.

ANTONY, Maung Myook, Thuye gaung
ngwe Da ya Min. The title is per-
sonal, and was conferred on January
1, 1890. It means " Recipient of the
Silver Sword for Bravery," and is in-
dicated by the letters T.D.M. after the
name. Residence: Legaing, Burma.

ANWAR-UD-DIN, Muhammad, Khan

Bahadur. See Muhammad.

ANWAR-UL-HAK, Muhammad, Mau-
lavi, Khan Bahadur. See Muhammad.

APJI AMAR SINGH, Rao Bahadur.
The title was conferred on February
16, 1887, on the occasion of the Jubilee
of Her Majesty's reign. Residence:
Kotah, Rajputana.

APPAJI GANESH DANDAKAR, Rao

Saheb. The title is personal, and was
conferred on May 30, 1891 . Residence :
Thana, Bombay.

APPAJI RAOJI, Rao Bahadur. The
title is personal, and was conferred on
April 9, 1883. Residence: Sholapur,
Bombay.

APPU SASTRIYAR, S., Rao Bahadur;
b. 1855. Was granted the personal
title in 1889 for services to education.
Residence : Kumbhakonam, Tanjore,
Madras.

ARBAB. A title.

ARCOT, Prince of. See Muhammad
Munawwar Ali, Khan Bahadur, Prince
of Arcot.

ARCOT, The Princess of, JVawdb. The
title is a personal one, recognized in
1886. Residence: Madras.

ARCOT NARAYANSWAMI MUDA-
LIYAR, Rai Bahadur. See Narayan
Swami.



ARCOT THOPPA TIRTJVENKATA-
SWAMI MUDALIYAR, Rao Bahadur.
See Thoppa.

ARCOT WINTEL SRINIVASA RAO,

Rao Saheb. See Wintel.

ARDESAR DORABJI (of Ahmadabad),

Khan Bahadur. The title is personal,
and was conferred on May 24, 1889.



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