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Provinces, x. 380, 381 ; Punjab, xi.
281 ; Rai Bareli, xi. 353 ; Sadabad,
xii. 90 ; Shahjahanpur, xii. 343, 344 ;
Shahpur, xii. 360 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30 ;
Sultanpur, xiii. 97.

Dhakars, illegitimate descendants of
Brahmans in Bastar, ii. 205.

Dhalandhar, village in Bengal, iv. 238.

Dhaldighi, village in Bengal, iv. 238.

Dhaleswari, name of several rivers in
E. Bengal and Assam, iv. 238.

Dhalet, river in Lower Burma, iv. 238.

Dhalkisor, river of W. Bengal, iv. 238,

239.
Dhamda, town in Central Provinces, iv.

239-

Dhami, Hill State in Punjab, iv. 239.

Dhamis, sect who read the Kuran with
Hindu observances, in the Central Pro-
vinces, iii. 316.

Dham-ma-tha. See Dam-ma-tha. .

Dhamoni, village in Central Provinces,
iv. 239, 240.

Dhampur, town and tahsil'm N.-W. Pro-
vinces, iv. 240, 241.

Dhamra, river and estuary in Bengal, iv.
241.

Dhamra, port in Bengal, iv. 241, 242.

Dhamsia, estate in Gujarat, iv. 242.

Dhamtari, town and tahsil in Central
Provinces, iv/242.

Dhana, village in Central Provinces, iv.
242.

Dhanaudah. See Dharnaoda.

Dhanaura, town in N.-W. Provinces, iv.
243, 244.

Dhanauti, river in Bengal, iv. 243.



Dhandhuka, town and Sub-division in

Bombay, iv. 243, 244.
Dhaneswari, river in Assam, iv. 244.
Dhangain, pass in Bengal, iv. 244.
Dhangaon, chiefship in Central India, iv.

244.
Dhangars, semi-Hinduized tribe of Ben-
gal and Chutia Nagpur, their numbers

in 1872, vi. 71 (footnote 1). See

Maldah, ix. 243 ; Matheran, ix. 364.
Dhanikhola, town in Bengal, iv. 244.
Dhanori, village in Central Provinces, iv.

244.
Dhansiri. See Dhaneswari.
Dhanu, river in Bengal, iv. 244.
Dhanur, lake in Punjab, iv. 244, 245.
Dhanut Bhura-gyi. See Danut-Paya-gyl.
Dhaola Dhar, mountain chain in Punjab,

iv. 245.
Dhapewara, town in Central Provinces,

iv. 245.
Dhar, State in Central India, iv. 245-

248 ; physical aspects, 246 ; history,

246-248.
Dharakot, estate in Madras, iv. 248.
Dharamkota. See Amravati.
Dharampur, town and State in Bombay,

iv. 248, 249.
Dharampuri, town and pargana in Central

India, iv. 249, 250.
Dharangaon, town in Bombay, iv. 250.
Dharapuram, taluk in Madras, iv. 250,

251.
Dharapuram, town in Madras, iv. 251,

252.
Dhari, State in Bombay, iv. 252.
Dharla, river of Bengal, iv. 252.
Dharma, tract in N.-W. Provinces, iv.

252.
Dharmanpur, par^and in Oudh, iv. 252,

2 53- ,

Dharmapatam, river in Madras, iv. 253.

Dharmapatam, town in Madras, iv. 253.

Dharmapuri, town and tahik in Madras,
iv. 253, 254.

Dharmavaram, town and tahik in Madras,
iv. 254.

Dharmkot, town in Punjab, iv. 254, 255.

Dharmpur, village in Oudh, iv. 255.

Dharmsala, hill station and cantonment
in Punjab, iv. 255.

Dharnaoda, chiefship in Central India,
iv. 255, 256.

Dharupur, village in Oudh, iv. 256.

Dharwar, District in Bombay, iv. 256-
266; physical aspects, 256-259; wild
animals, 259; history, 259; population,
259-262 ; agriculture, 262, 263 ; natural
calamities, 263 ; trade, 263, 264 ; ad-
ministration, 264, 265 ; medical aspects,
265, 266.

Dharwar, Sub-division in Bombay, iv.
266.



INDEX.



93



Dharwdr, town in Bombay, 266, 267.
Dhasan, river of Central India, iv. 267,

268.
Dhaulagiri, mountain in Nepal, iv. 268.
Dhauleshvaram. See Dowlaishvaram.
Dhaurahra, town and pargaiid in Oudh,

iv. 268.
Dhaurahra, town in Oudh, iv. 268, 269.
Dhaura-Kunjura, chiefship in Central

India, iv. 269.
Dhenkanal, tributary State in Orissa, iv.

269.
Dheri Shahan, village in Punjab, iv. 269,

270.
Dhers. See Mhars.
Dhi-Dharamrai, chiefship in Central

India, iv. 270.
Dhoba, peak in Madras, iv. 270.
Dhoba-khal, village in Assam, iv. 270.
Dhodar Ali, road in Assam, iv. 270,

Dhola, State in Kathiawar, iv. 271.
Dholarwa, State in Bombay, iv. 271.
Dholbaja, village in Bengal, iv. 271.
Dholera, seaport in Bombay, iv. 271.
Dholka, Sub-division in Bombay, iv. 271,

272.
Dholpur, State in Rajputana, iv. 272-277;

physical aspects, 273, 274 ; popula-
tion, 274, 275 ; administration, 275,

276; history, 276, 277.
Dholpur, capital of State in Rajputana,

iv. 277, 278.
Dhol Samudra, marsh in Bengal, iv. 278.
Dhonegaon, town in Berar, iv. 278.
Dhoraji, town in Bombay, iv. 278.
Dhotria-Baisola, chiefship in Central

India, iv. 278.
Dhrafa, State in Bombay, iv. 278.
Dhrangadra, State in Bombay, iv. 278,

279.
Dhrangadra, town in Bombay, iv. 279.
Dhrol, State in Bombay, iv. 279, 280.
Dhrol, town in Kathiawar, iv. 280.
Dhubri, town and Sub-division in Assam,

iv. 280.
Dhude. See Dang States.
Dhulapra, reservoir in N.-W. Provinces,

iv. 280.
Dhulatia, chiefship in Central India, iv.

280.
Dhulia, Sub-division in Bombay, iv. 280,

281.
Dhulia, town in Bombay, iv. 281-283.
Dhulian, village in Bengal, iv. 283.
Dhulipnagar. See Edwardesabad.
Dhulip Singh, Maharaja, terms of his

abdication (1S49), xi. 266, 267.
Dhuma, village in Central Provinces,

iv. 283.
Dhums, class of only lately emancipated

slaves in Dhera Dun, iv. 173; menial

class in Garhwal, v. 19, 20.



Dhunds, important Muhammadan tribe in
Hazara, v. 363, 364.

Dhundia \Yagh, caught by General
Wellesley at Manoli, ix. 338.

Dhurwai, State in Bundclkhand, iv.
283.

Dhusan. See Parwan.

Diamond Harbour, Sub-division in Ben-
gal, iv. 283, 284.

Diamond Harbour, port in Bengal, iv.
284.

Diamond Harbour Canal, Bengal, iv. 284.

Diamond Island, in Lower Burma, iv.
284, 285.

Diamonds, article 'India,' vi. 41, 628,
629. Local notices — Anantapur, i. 274;
Banaganapalli, ii. 43, 44 ; Bijavvar, ii.
425; Bundelkhand, iii. 152; Central
India, iii. 295 ; Chanda, iii. 349 ;
Cuddapah, iv. 48; Gangpur, iv. 478;
Karnul, viii. 34, 41 ; Kistna, viii.
226; Madras, ix. 6; Nallamalai Hills,
x. 185; Nandigama, x. 192; Nandi-
kanama, x. 193; Panna, xi. 48-50;
Sambalpur, xii. 179 ; Upper Vindhyan
Mountains, xiii. 475 ; \Vairagarh, xiii.

.5 X ,3-

Dibai, town in N.-W. Provinces, iv. 2S5.
Dibru, river in Assam, iv. 285.
Dibrugarh, Sub-division in Assam, iv.

285.
Dibrugarh, town in Assam, iv. 285, 286.
Dickens, Colonel, proposed the Son sys-
tem of canals (1855), xii. 325, xiii. 54.
Dickinson, Henry, acting Governor of

Madras (1848), ix. 67.
Dictionary of Hindu Mythology, by

Professor Dowson, quoted, vi. 1 80

(footnote 4); 184 (footnote 1).
Diddaur, town in Oudh, iv. 286.
Dig, town in Central India, iv. 286 ;

battle of, and defeat of Holkar, vi. 323.
Digbijaiganj, tahsil in Oudh, iv. 286, 2S7.
Digbijai Singh, Raja of Balrampur, kept

Mr. Wingfield safely in his fort during

the Mutiny, v. 149, 150.
Diggi, town in Central India, iv. 287.
Dighori, village in Central Provinces,

iv. 287.
Dignagar, village in Bengal, iv. 287.
Digras, town in Berar, iv. 287.
Digru, river of Assam, iv. 287.
Dih, town and pargand in Oudh, iv. 2S7,

288.
Dihang, river of Assam, iv. 288.
Dihing, name of two rivers of Assam, iv.

288.
Diji, fort in Bombay, iv. 2SS.
Dikthan, town in Central India, iv. 2S8,

Dikiwar, fort in Punjab, iv. 289.
Dilayaks, their history in Peshawar Dis-
trict, xi. 148, 149.



94



INDEX.



Diluvion. See Alluvion and diluvion.

Dilwara, town in Rajputana, iv. 289.

Dimapur, village in Assam, iv. 289, 290.

Diminution of population in Madras and
Mysore, vi. 50.

Dina Bandu Mitra, dramatic poet, and
author of the Nil Darpan, vi. 354.

Dinajpur, District in Bengal, iv. 290-298;
physical aspects, 290, 291 ; history,
291; population, 291-294; agriculture,
294, 295; manufactures, 295; admini-
stration, 296, 297; medical aspects,
297, 298.

Dinajpur, town in Bengal, iv. 298, 299.

Dina Krishna Das, Uriya poet of the
1 6th century, vi. 343.

Dinanagar, town in Punjab, iv. 299.

Dinapur, Sub-division in Bengal, iv. 299.

Dinapur, cantonment in Bengal, iv. 299,
300.

Dindigal, taluk in Madras, iv. 300, 301.

Dindigal, town in Madras, iv. 301, 302.

Dindivaram, taluk in Madras, iv. 302.

Dindori, Sub-division in Bombay, iv. 302.

Dindori, town in Bombay, iv. 302, 303.

Dingarh Kiner, village in Punjab, iv. 303.

Dingi, fort in Bombay, iv. 303.

Dingier, mountains in As^am, iv. 303.

Dinkar Rao, Sindia's diwdn, granted the
jdgir of Dasai by that chief, iv. 153 ;
had to fly with Sindia to Agra in
1858, when the Gwalior troops re-
volted, v. 233.

Diodar. See Deodar.

Diodorus says that Herakles founded
Pataliputra, now Patna, xi. 106; his
mention of Mount Aornos, xi. 506 ;
Sangala, xii. 214.

Dipalpur, tahsil in Punjab, iv. 303.

Dipalpur, historic town in Punjab, iv.

303, 3°4-
Dipalpur, town in Central India, iv. 304.
Dipla, town and taluk in Bombay, iv. 304.
Dirapur. See Derapur.
Disa, town in Bombay, iv. 304, 305.
Disaun. See Dhasan.
Diseases, Endemic and epidemic. See

Special section on Medical aspects under

each Province and District, and also

Cholera, Fever, Smallpox.
Disoi, river in Assam, iv. 305.
Distillation of country spirits, vi. 454.
Distilleries, Principal, at Aurangabad

(Bengal), i. 386; Badnur, i. 410;

Aska in Ganjam, v. 8; Haidarabad

(Sind), v. 284 ; Howrah, v. 465 ;

Ki>henganj, viii. 224 ; Mora, ix. 503 ;

Nosari, x. 405 ; Palmaner, xi. 15 ; the

Rosa, near Shahjahanpur, xii. 353 ;

the Albion at Sibpur, xii. 458 ; Siral-

koppa, xii. 551 ; Tando Lukman, xiii.

177; in Thana, xiii. 257; Uran, xiii.

450-



Distribution of Indian trade with foreign
countries, vi. 565-580.

District officer, Duties of, vi. 436.

Districts, Number of, in India, their vary-
ing size and population, vi. 436, 437.

Districts in British India, Agra, i. 60
68 ; Ahmadabad, i. 82-93 ; Ahmad -
nagar, i. 98-107; Ajmere - Merwara,
i. 117 -131; Akola, i. 140-146;
Akyab, i. 148-158; Aligarh, i. 167-
177; Allahabad, i. 183-194; Ambala,
i. 213-224; Amherst, i. 232-243;
Amraoti, i. 245-250 ; Amritsar, i. 254-
263 ; Anantapur, i. 273-279 ; Arakan
Hill Tracts, i. 298-304 ; North Arcot,
i. 311-319; South Arcot, i. 319-328;
Azamgarh, i. 39 1 -40 1 ; Bahraich, i.



425-43:



Bakarganj, i. 439-449;



Balaghat, i. 452-457 ; Balasor, ii. 1-10;
Ballia, ii. 18-23 ; Banda, ii. 45-55 ;
Bankura, ii. 78-87 ; Bannu, ii. 87-97 5
Bara Banki, ii. 105-114; Bardwan, ii.
125-136 ; Bareilly, ii. 137-145 ; Basim,
ii. 183-188; Bassein, ii. 192-201;
Basti, ii. 208-214; Belgaum, ii. 230-
238 ; Bellary, ii. 240-250 ; Benares,
ii. 254-262; Betul, ii. 328-333; Bhagal-
pur, ii. 342-352 ; Bhandara, ii. 360-
367 ; Bijnaur, ii. 427-435 ; Bilaspur,
ii. 444-453 ; Birbhum, hi. 1-11 ; Bogra,



24



Broach,



101 - in ;



Budaun, iii. 115-124; Bulandshahr,
hi. 130-141 ; Buldana, iii. 142-148 ;
Cachar, iii. 230-239 ; Cawnpur, iii.
279 - 289 ; Champaran, iii. 334 - 344 ;
Chanda, iii. 348-355 ; Chengalpat, iii.
380-383 ; Chhindwara, iii. 398-405 ;
Chittagong, iii. 433-443 ; Chittagong
Hill Tracts, iii. 446-453 ; Coimbatore,
iv. 14-21; Cuddapah, iv. 47-55;
Cuttack, iv. 64-75 5 Dacca, iv. 78-89 ;
Damoh, iv. 107-114; Darbhangah, iv.
122 - 126 ; Darjiling, iv. 128 - 140 ;
Darrang, iv. 141-150; Dehra Dun, iv.
168- 176 ; Delhi, iv. 177 - 185 ; Dera
Ghazi Khan, iv. 207-217 ; Dera Ismail
Khan, iv. 218-226 ; Dharwar, iv. 256-
266 ; Dinajpur, iv. 290-298 ; Ellichpur,
iv. 344-347; Etah, iv. 357-366; Etawah,
iv. 367S77 ; Eaizabad, iv. 381-388 ;
Faridpur, iv. 393-407; Farukhabad,
iv. 409-417 ; Fatehpur, iv. 422-430 ;
Firozpur, iv. 438-447; Ganjam, v.
1-8; Garhwal, v. 16-23; Garo Hills,
v. 24-32 ; Gaya, v. 43-52 ; Ghazipur, v.
61-70; Goalpara, v. 111-120; God-
avari, v. 122-131 ; Gonda, v. 145-
154 ; Gorakhpur, v. 164-172 ; Gujran-
wala, v. 179-187; Gujrat, v. 188-195;
Gurdaspur, v. 205-213 ; Gurgaon, v.
214-223 ; Haidarabad (Sind), v. 274-
285 ; Hamirpur, v. 297-305 ; Hantha-
wadi, v. 311-318; Hardoi, v. 321-329;



INDEX.



95



Hazdra, v. 359- 36S ; Hazaribagb, v.
368-3S0; Henzada, v. 383-390; Hissar,
v. 425-433 ; Hoshangabad, v. 441-449 ;
Hoshiarpur, v. 450-458; Ilowrah, v.
461-464; Hugh', v. 489-49S ; Jabalpur,
vii. 29-36; Jalandhar, vii. 83-90;
Jalaun, vii. 93-102; Jalpaiguri, vii.
107- 117; Jaunpur, vii. 149-159;
Jehlam, vii. 166-177 ; Jessor, vii. 183-
191 ; Jhang, vii. 205-212 ; Jhansi, vii.
215-227 ; Kaira, vii. 298-307 ; Kaladgi,
vii. 314-320 ; Kamrup, vii. 354-366 ;
North Kanara, vii. 368-375 ; South
Kanara, vii. 375 - 384 ; Kangra,
vii. 408 - 427 ; Karachi, vii. 443-
451; Karnal, viii. 18-27; Karnul,
viii. 32-45; Khandesh, viii. 149-
159 ; Khasi and Jaintia Hills, viii.
169-180; Kheri, viii. 189-198; Khulna,
viii. 205-209 ; Kistna, viii. 225-234 ;
Kohat, viii. 242-249; Kolaba, viii.



260 - 271 ; Kumaun,



!47 - 358 ;



Kyauk-pyu, viii. 384-389 ; Lahore, viii.
402-414 ; Lakhimpur, viii. 425-438 ;
Lalitpur, viii. 446-457; Lohardaga,
viii. 475-486 ; Lucknow, viii. 492-502 ;
Ludhiana, viii. 518-525 ; Madura, ix.
1 19-132; Maimansingh, ix. 190-201;
Mainpuri, ix. 202-212 ; Malabar, ix.
216-235 ; Maldah, ix. 240-248 ; Man-
bhiim, ix. 277-286 ; Mandla, ix. 299-
307 ; Meerut, ix. 381-392 ; Mergui,
ix. 406-411 ; Midnapur, ix. 423-433;
Mirzapur, ix. 452-461 ; Monghyr, ix.
47S-489 ; Montgomery, ix. 492-502 ;
Moradabad, ix. 504-512 ; Multan, x.
2-10; Murshidabad, x. 20-31 ; Muttra,
x. 43 - 52 ; Muzaffargarh, x. 54 - 64 ;
Muzafifarnagar, x. 66-76 ; Muzaffarpur,
x. 77-83 ; Nadiya, x. 128-141 ; Naga
Hills, x. 143-154; Nakpur, x. 163-
174; Narsinghpur, x. 216-224; Nasik,
x. 228-235; Nellore, x. 260-271;
Nilgiri Hills, x. 302-325 ; Nimar, x.
327-335 5 Noakhali, x. 338-352 ; Now-
gong, x. 405-415 ; Pabna, x. 511-520 ;
Panch Mahals, xi. 28-34 ; Partabgarh,
xi. 68-74; Patna, xi. 93-106; Peshawar,
xi. 144-157 ; Pilibhit, xi. 1 70- 1 78 ;
Poona, xi. 200-210 ; Prome, xi. 225-
235 ; Puri, xi. 299-309 ; Purniah, xi.
321-331; Rai Bareli, xi. 351-359;
Raipur, xi. 366-376 ; Rajshahi, xi. 427-
439 ; Rangoon, xi. 471-481 ; Rangpur,
xi. 488-501; Ratnagiri, xii. 2-12;
Rawal Pindi, xii. 18-35 5 Rohtak, xii.
68-76 ; Sagar, xii. 100-107 ; Saharan-
pur, xii. 1 13-124; Salem, xii. 150-165 ;
Salwin Hill Tracts, xii. 174-176;
Sambalpur, xii. 177-185 ; Sandoway,
xii. 198-205 ; Santal Parganas, xii.
226-236 ; Saran, xii. 251-259 ; Satara,
xii. 275-284; Seoni, xii. 308-314;



Shahabad, xii. 322-333; Shahjahanpur,
xii- 342-355 ; Shahpur, xii. 357-367 ;
Shikarpur, xii. 385-394; Sholapur,
xii. 411-420 ; Shwe-gyin, xii. 428-434;
Sialkot, xii. 439-450 ; Sibi, xii. 453-
458 ; Sibsagar, xii. 459;472 ; Simla,
xii. 490-495 ; Singhbhum, xii. 529-
541; Sirsa, xiii. 8- 19; Sitapur, xiii.
29-37 ! Sultanpur, xiii. 95-103 ; the
Sundarbans, xiii. 107- 114 ; Suraf, xiii.
118-132; Sylhet, xiii. 143-157; Tan-
jore, xiii. 180-194; Tarai, xiii. 207-
211 ; Taung-ngu. xiii. 220-226 ; Tavoy,
xiii. 227-234 ; Thana, xiii. 249-258 ;
Thar and Parkar. xiii. 261-271 ; Thara-
■\vadi, xiii. 271-274 ; Thayet-mvo, xiii.
276-287; Thon-gwa, xiii. 288-292;
Tinnevelli, xiii. 297-311 ; Tipperah,
xiii. 312-321 ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 354-
363 ; Twenty-four Parganas, xiii. 387-
399 ; IJnao, xiii. 426-436 ; Upper Sind
Frontier, xiii. 438-449 ; Vizagapatam,
xiii. 482-497 ; Wardha, xiii. 522-529 ;
Wun, xiii. 538-546.

Districts in Mysore, treated in the same
manner as the British Districts, Banga-
lore, ii. 59-66 ; Chitaldrug. iii. 422-428 ;
Hassan, v. 345-351 ; Kadur, vii. 282-
288 ; Kolar, viii. 272-278 ; Mysore, x.
113- 122; Shimoga, xii. 399-406;
Tumkur, xiii. 375-381.

Diu, island belonging to Portugal in
Western India, iv. 305-308 ; its physical
aspects, 305, 306; administration, 306;
architecture, 307 ; history, 307, 308,

Divi Point, headland in Madras, iv. 308.

Divisions or Commissionerships, Agra,
i. 59, 60 ; Allahabad, i. 182, 183 ;
Ambala, i. 213 ; Amritsar, i. 253, 254;
Arakan, i. 297, 298 ; Bard wan, ii. 125 ;



253? 254; Bhagalpur, ii.



Benares,

341-343 ; Chhatisgarh, iii. 396, 397 ;
Chittagong, iii. 432, 433 ; Chutia
Nagpur, iii. 461 ; Dacca, iv. 77, 78 ;
Delhi, iv. 177 ; Derajat, iv. 228 ;



Faizabad, iv. 380 ; Hissar,



425 ;



Jabalpur, vii. 29 ; Jalandhar, vii. 82,
8^ ; Jhansi, vii. 214, 215 ; Kumaun,
viii. 346, 347 ; Lahore, viii. 402 ;
Lucknow, viii. 490-492 ; Meerut, ix.
380, 381 ; Multan, x. I ; Nagpur, x.



162,



Narbada, x. 205 - 207 ;



Orissa, x. 426-468 ; Patna, xi. 90-93 ;

Pegu, xi. 124, 125 ; Peshawar, xi.

141-144; Rai Bareli, xi. 348-351 ;

Rajshahi, xi. 424-427 ; Rawal Pindi,

xii. 15-18 ; Rohilkhand, xii. 60-63 '■>

Sitapur, xiii. 27-29 ; Tenasserim, xiii.

238, 239.
Diwala. See Dewala.
Diwalgaon. See Dewalgaon.
Diwalgaon Raja. See Deulgaon Raja.
Diwalghat. See Deulghat.



9 6



INDEX.



Diwalia. See Dewalia.
Divvalwara. See Dewalwara..
Diwangiri, village in Assam, iv. 308.
Diwdni or financial administration of

Bengal, granted to the East India

Company (1765), vi. 387.
Diwas. See Dewas.
Dixon, Col. , his administration of Ajmere-

Merwara, i. 118, 122; founded Beawar,

ii. 222 ; made first regular Settlement

of Merwara (1851), ix. 417.
Diying, river in Assam, iv. 308, 309.
Dnyanoba, Maratha poet of the 13th

century, vi. 346.
Doab, tract in N.-W. Provinces, iv. 309,

310.
Doaba Daudzai, taks/l in Punjab, iv. 310.
Doanniyas, mongrel race in Assam,

descended from the Singphos and

their female slaves, xii. 542.
Dobbili. See Bobbili.
Dobhi, village in Central Provinces, iv.

310.
Docks and dockyards, at Dala, iv. 97 ;

Daman, iv. 102 ; Howrah, v. 465 ;

Kidderpur, viii. 216 ; Kolaba, viii.

271 ; Mazagon, ix. 379 ; Rangoon,

xi. 483 ; Salkhia, xii. 167.
Doctors, Native, and their remedies,

Allahabad, i. 194 ; Ambala, i. 224 ;

South Arcot, i. 328 ; Cochin, iv. 10 ;

South Ranara, vii. 384 ; Khairpur,

viii. 137 ; Kurauli (oculists), viii. 371 ;

Mohan, ix. 471.
Doctrines of Buddha, vi. 141, 142 ; moral

code and missionary aspects of Bud-
dhism, vi. 143.
Dodabetta, peak in Madras, iv. 310.
Dod-ballapur, town and taluk in Mysore,

iv. 310, 311.
Dodda Vira Rajendra. See Vira Rajendra.
Dodderi, town and taluk in Mysore, iv.

3"-

Dodka, State in Bombay, iv. 311.

Dogars of Mamdot, The, their history,

ix. 273.
Dogras, race of mountaineers on the

Himalaya Mountains, v. 412.
Dogs of India, article ' India,' vi. 654.

Local notices — Afghanistan, i. 39 ;

Chini, iii. 417, 418; Garo Hills, v.

31 ; Madura, ix. 121 ; Nepal, x. 278;

Rampur, xi. 455.
Dogs, Wild, article 'India,' vi. 654.

Local notices — South Arcot, i. 320 ;

Baluchistan, ii. 36; Chhindwara, iii. 399;

Garo Hills, v. 26 ; Gwalior, v. 229 ;

Hazaribagh, v. 370 ; Hindu Rush, v.

419; [erruck, vii. 180 ; Jhansi, vii. 217 ;

North Ranara, vii. 370 ; Rotah, viii.

304 ; Lohardaga, viii. 477 ; Madras,

ix. 89 ; Madura, ix. 121 ; Palni

Mountains, xi. 17 ; Ratnagiri, xii. 4.



Dohad, town and Sub-division in Bombay,
iv. 311, 312.

Doharighat, town in N.-W. Provinces,
iv. 312.

Dolmens. See Stone monuments.

Dolphin, The, article ' India,' vi. 661,
662. Local notices — Upper Burma,
iii. 212 ; Darbhangah, iv. 123 ; Etawah,
iv. 370 ; Gonda, v. 147 ; the Indus,
vii. 14 ; Monghyr, ix. 481 ; Rangpur,
xi. 490 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30.

Dolphin's Nose, promontory in Madras,
iv. 312.

Domariaganj, tashil in N.-W. Provinces,
iv. 312, 313.

Domel, island in Burma, iv. 313.

Domeli, town in Punjab, iv. 313.

Dommasundra, taluk in Mysore, iv. 313.

Dommeras, wandering thief caste in N.
Arcot, i. 315 ; Nellore, x. 266.

Doms, great low caste, formerly pagoda
slaves in Akyab, i. 155 ; pretend to
purity of blood in Assam, i. 355, 356 ;
numerous in Bankura, ii. 81 ; dakdits
in Gaya, v. 52 ; numerous in Gonda,
v. 151 ; Ramrup, vii. 359 ; Nowgong,
x. 409 ; Saran, xii. 257 ; Sibsagar, xii.
464.

Donabyu, township in Lower Burma, iv.

313-

Donabyu, town in Lower Burma, iv. 313.

Dondi Lohara, estate in Central Pro-
vinces, iv. 313.

Dongargaon, mart in Central Provinces,
vi. 596.

Dongargarh, town in Central Provinces,
iv. 313, 314.

Dongarpur. See Dungarpur.

Dongartal, village in Central Provinces,
iv. 314.

Doranda, cantonment in Bengal, iv. 314.

Dorka, chiefship in Bombay, iv. 314.

Dornal Ghat, pass in Madras, iv. 314.

Dosa, town in Rajputana, iv. 314, 315.

Dosadhs, village watchmen, numerous
in Ballia, ii. 20 ; Behar, ii. 296 ; a
criminal class in Gaya, v. 46, 52 ; in
Hazaribagh, v. 373 ; Lohardaga, viii.
480 ; Saran, xii. 257.

Dost Ali, Nawab of the Rarnatic, killed
(1740), iv. 101 ; granted Vellore to his
son-in-law (1710), xiii. 467, 46S.

Dost Muhammad, founder of the Bhopal
dynasty, ii. 403 ; seized Hoshangabad
(1720), v. 443.

Dost Muhammad, Amir of Afghanistan,
his history, i. 49-51; took Attock
(1848), but had to surrender it to the
Sikhs, i. 51 ; took Herat (1863), i. 51,
v. 393 ; sacked Jalalabad, vii. 76 ;
defeated the Sikhs at Jamriid (1S51),
vii. 133 ; made Rabul his capital, vii.
271 ; took Randahar (1855), vii. 394 ;



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kept in fort of Karndl as State prisoner
(1840), viii. 28.

Double Island, in Burma, iv. 315.

Doulatabad. See Krishnagiri.

Doung-gyi, town in Burma, iv. 315.

Doveton, Gen. Sir John, encamped at
Mehkar on his march against Apa
Sahib (1817), ix. 399.

Dow, Col., History of Hindustan, quoted,
on Ala-ud -din's visit to Ellora, iv. 349.

Dowlaishvaram, town in Madras, iv.
315, 3i6.

Dowlatabad. See Daulatabad.

Dowson, Professor, Dictionary of Hindu
Mythology, quoted, article ' India,' vi.
180 (footnote 4) ; 184 (footnote 1).

Doyang. Sec Dayang.

Drama, The Indian, article ' India,' vi.
125-127; 354.

Draper, Eliza, Sterne's friend, lived at
Anjengo, i. 292; her 'tree' at Masuli-
patam washed away (1864), ix. 352.

Draupadi, the wife of the five Pandava
brethren in the Mahabharata, article
' India,' vi. 195.

Dravida, Division of the Indian Penin-
sula, iv. 316.

Dravidians, The, aboriginal race of
Southern India, their languages, article
' India,' vi. 64-68 ; place of languages
in philology, 327, 328 ; in Sanskrit
literature, 328 ; pre- Aryan civilisation,
328 ; art, 328, 329 ; Brahmanical in-
fluence on, 329, 330 ; development into
vernacular literatures, 330 ; Tamil, the
oldest and the most influential verna-
cular of Southern India, 330 ; Jain
cycle of Tamil literature, earliest
Tamil poets, 331 ; Tamil hymnology,

332 ; modern Tamil writers, Beschi,
the Italian Jesuit and Tamil scholar,

333 ; recent statistics of Tamil litera-
ture, 333.

Dress, of the Kamis, i. 300 ; of the
Brahuis and Baluchis, ii. 39 ; of the
Gadwa women, ii. 205 ; of the Bhils,
ii. 389, 390 ; of the Bhutias, ii. 413 ;
of the Brahuis, iii. 99, 100 ; of the
Salones, iii. 185 ; of the Gonds, iii.
308 ; of the Coorgs, iv. 34, 35 ; of the
Daphlas, iv. 120; of the Garos, v. 28;
in Jalpaiguri, vii. 113 ; of the Juangs,
vii. 251, 252 ; in Kamrup, vii. 361 ;
of the Kangra tribes, vii. 420 ; of the
Khamtis, viii. 145 ; of the Kurumbas,
viii. 376, x. 311, 312 ; of the Ladakhis,
viii. 398 : of the Lushais, viii. 530 ;
of the Miris, ix. 447, 448 ; of the
Mishmis, ix. 462 ; of the Angami
Nagas, x. 148 ; of the Kukis, x. 150 ;
of the Naikdas, x. 176, 177 ; of the
Todas, x. 309, 310 ; of the Badagas,
x. 310, 311 ; of the Irulas, x. 312 ;
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of the Botwas, x. 525 ; of the Peshawar
Pathans, xi. 153 ; in Rawal Pindi, xii.
28, 29 ; of the Rewa Kantha Bhils,
xii. 51, 52 ; in Sagar, xii. 104 ; of the
Santals, xii. 245 ; in Sialkot, xii. 445,
446; in Sirmur, xii. 555 ; in Sylhet,
xiii. 151 ; of the Bassein Christians in
Thana, xiii. 253 ; of the Baluchi tribes
on the Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 441 ;
of the Banjara women in YVun, xiii.

541.

Drew, Mr., on the southern chain of the
Himalayas, v. 407 ; on the population
of Ladakh, viii. 397.

Droughts. See Famines.

Drowning, Deaths from, by storm-wave,
in Noakhali, x. 340.

Drug, town and taJisil in Central Pro
vinces, iv. 316, 317.

Drugs and medicines, article ' India,' vi.
34. See also Doctors, Native, and
their medicines.

Drugs, found in Akrani, i. 148 ; Amherst,
i. 240 ; Basim, ii. 184 ; Champaran,
iii. 337 ; Cochin, iv. 2 ; Dera Ghazi
Khan (shakh),\v. 210; Darbhangah,iv.
123 ; Dinajpur, iv. 291 ; Dindigal, iv.
301 ; Haidarabad, v. 246 ; Kulu, viii.
343 ; Lakhimpur, viii. 427 ; Madras,
ix. 30 ; Malabar, ix. 229 ; Mishmi
Hills, ix. 464 ; Murshidabad, x. 22 ;
Muttra, x. 45 ; Nepal, x. 277 ; Puri,
xi. 301 ; Rawal Pindi, xii. 22 ; Salem,
xii. 152 ; Tavoy, xiii. 229 ; Twenty-
four Parganas, xiii. 389.

Drummond, Hon. E., Lt. -Governor of
the N.-W. Provinces (1863-66), x. 370.

Drummond, Hon. R. , Collector of Pili-
bhit, founded Anglo-Vernacular School
there, xi. 177.

Drury, Col. , his works on Indian botany,
referred to, ix. 81.

Duab. See Doab.

Dual system of administration in Bengal
(1767-72), article ' India, 5 vi. 387, 3SS.

Dub, pass from Punjab into Kashmir,



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