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323 ; Bhandara, ii. 362 ; Lower Burma,
iii. 185, 193 ; Cachar, iii. 235 ; Cawn-
pur, iii. 283 ; Central Provinces, iii.
305 ; Chanda, iii. 351 ; Chittagong, iii.
437 ; Cochin, iv. 5 ; ^ Coorg, iv. 33 ;
Cuttack, iv. 68; Daman-i-Koh, iv.
104; Damoh, iv. 109, no; Darjiling,
iv. 132, 133 ; Darrang, iv. 145, 148 ;
Dehra Dun, iv. 175 ; Diu, iv. 306 ;
Eastern Dwars, iv. 332 ; Western
Dwars, iv. 336 ; Faridpur, iv. 401 ;
Goa, v. 94 ; Gujranwala, v. 181 ; Berar,
v. 226 ; Henzada, v. 386 ; Jabalpur,
vii. 32; Jalpaiguri, vii. 115; Jhansi,
vii. 221 ; Kamriip, vii. 360; Laccadive
Islands, viii. 395 ; Lohardaga, viii.
479 ; Madras, ix. 26 ; Maimansingh,
ix. 197 ; Maldah, ix. 240 ; Manbhum,
ix. 281 ; Mandla, ix. 303 ; Mergui, ix.
409 ; Multan, x. 5 ; Muzaffargarh, x.
59 ; Muzaffarpur, x. 80 ; Nilgiri Hills,
x. 309 ; Nowgong, x. 410 ; Pambam,
xi. 23 ; Punjab, xi. 271 ; Ratnagiri, xii.
6, 7, 8 ; Rawal Pindi, xii. 25 ; Sagar,
xii. 103; Salem, xii. 159; Seoni, xii.
311; Shahpur, xii. 363; Sialkot, xii.
443 ; Sibsagar, xii. 463 ; Sirsa, xiii. 12,
13; Svlhet, xiii. 150; Tanjore, xiii.
185 ; Tarai, xiii. 209 ; Thana, xiii. 253 ;



Tinnevelli, xiii. 304, 305 ; Travancore,
xiii. 347 ; Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 440.

Eminabad, town in Punjab, iv. 352.

Empire in India, British. See History of
British rule in India.

Empire, The Mughal. See Mughal Em-
pire, The.

Enamelling on gold and silver, Lower
Burma, iii. 198; Haidarabad (Sind), v.
282 ; Jaipur, vii. 53 ; Kangra, vii. 430 ;
Maulmain, ix. 371; Multan, x. 13;
Partat'garh (Rajputana), xi. 77 ; (koft-
gtiri) Kotli in Sialkot, xii. 447, 448.

Engineering Colleges. See Colleges.

English in India, The (1496-1689), article
' India,' vi. pp. 363-377. Attempts to
reach India by the North-West passage,
363 ; Thomas Stephens, the earliest
recorded English traveller in India
( l S19\ 363, 364 ; Fitch, Newberry,
and Leedes (1583), 364 ; first Charter
of the East India Company (1600),

364 ; later East India Companies, 365 ;
the amalgamated Companies (17091,

365 ; early English voyages to India
(1600-12), 365, 366 ; British defeat of
the Portuguese fleet at Swally (1615),

366 ; Sir Thomas Roe, British Am-
bassador to India (1615), 367; wars
between English and Dutch, 367, 368 ;
massacre of Amboyna, and expulsion
of the British from the Eastern Archi-
pelago, 368 ; early Indian factories in
India, 367, 368 ; Madras founded
(^39), 369; Hugh, Balasor, and
Kasimbazar factories, 369, 370 ; Bom-
bay ceded to the British Crown (1661),
and the Presidency transferred thither
from Surat (1684'- 87), 370; Bengal
separated from Madras (1687), 370;
Sir John Child, styled 'Governor-
General,' 370, 371 ; English oppressed
in Bengal by the native Vicero)s, 371 ;
the Company starts on territorial sway
(1689), 37 1 ; causes of England's suc-
cess in India, and of the failure of
other European powers, 377. See also
Factories.

English Bazar, town in Bengal, iv. 352,

353-
Eng-rai, town in Lower Burma, iv. 353.
Eng-rai-gyi, lake in Burma, iv. 353, 354.
Ennore, town in Madras, iv. 354.
Entalli, suburb of Calcutta, iv. 354.
Epidemics. See Medical aspect sections

in the District articles, and Cholera,

Fever, Small-pox.
Eran, village in Central Provinces, iv.

354, 355-

Erandol, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, iv. 355.

Ernad, taluk in Madras, iv. 355.

Ernagudem. See Yernagudem.



104



INDEX.



Ernakolam, town in Madras, iv. 355, 356. I

Ernal, town in Madras, iv. 356.

Erode, taluk in Madras, iv. 356, 357.

Erode, town in Madras, iv. 357.

Erskine, Mr., first Collector of Ongole j
(1790), x. 264.

Eruvadi, town in Madras, iv. 357.

Estainge, Admiral D', took Timeri( 1758),
xiii. 297.

Etah, District in N.-W. Provinces, iv.
357-366 ; physical aspects, 358 ; his-
tory* 358'36o; population, 360, 361 ;
distribution of the people into town and
country, 361, 362; agriculture, 362, 363 ;
natural calamities, 363, 364; commerce,
trade, etc., 364 ; administration, 364,
365 ; medical aspects, 365, 366.

Etah, tahsilm N.-W. Provinces, iv. 366.

Etah, town in N.-W. Provinces, iv. 366,
367.

Etaiyapuram, town in Madras, iv. 367.

Etawah, District in N.-W. Provinces, iv.
367-377', physical aspects, 367-370;
history, 370-372 ; population, 372-374 ;
distribution into town and country, 374;
agriculture, 374, 375 ; natural calami-
ties, 376 ; commerce and trade, 376 ;
administration, 376, 377 ; medical
aspects, 377.

Etawah, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, iv.

377, 378.

Etawah, town in N.-W. Provinces, iv.

378, 380.

Ethnical division of the population, article
'India,' vi. 51, 52, 73, 74. See also
Population section in the several Dis-
trict articles, and Aborigines.

Ettiapuram, estate in Madras, iv. 380.

European and Indian languages merely
varieties of Aryan speech, vi. 76.

European Settlements (1498 to 1 8th cen-
tury), article ' India,' vi. chap. xiv. pp.
356-377- The Portuguese in India,
356-361 ; early Portuguese voyages,
Covilham (1487), and Vasco da Gama
(1498), 357, 358; state of India on
arrival of Portuguese, 358 ; Portuguese
territorial expedition (1500), 358 ;
Portuguese supremacy in the Eastern
Seas (1 500- 1 600), 358, 359 ; capture of
Goa by Albuquerque (1510), 359;
Portuguese cruelties, 359 ; Albuquer-
que's policy of conciliation, 359, 360 ;
later Portuguese Viceroys, their oppres-
sions and conquests, 360 ; downfall of
the Portuguese in India (1639- 1739),
360, 361 ; Portuguese possessions in
1881, 361 ; mixed descendants, 361.
The Dutch in India (1602- 1824), 359-
362 ; Dutch East India Companies,
361 ; Dutch supremacy in the Eastern
Seas (1600-1700), 362; their brilliant
progress, but short-sighted policy and



ultimate downfall, 362 ; Dutch relics
in India, 363. The early English in
India, 363-371 ; attempts to reach
India by the North-West passage, 363 ;
Thomas Stephens, the first authentic
English traveller in India (1579), 363,
364 ; later travellers, Fitch, Newberry,
and Leedes (1583), 364; first Charter
of the East India Company (1600),
364; later East India Companies (1635,
1655, and 1698), 365 ; the amalga-
mated Company (1709), 365 ; early
English voyages (1600-12), 365 ; defeat
of the Portuguese fleet at Swally, off
Surat (1615), 366; Sir Thomas Roe,
first English Ambassador to India
(161 5), 367 ; treaty with the Dutch
(1619), 367 ; English expelled from
the Spice Islands and Java by the
Dutch (1620-21), 367; establishment
of English factories at Agra and Patna
(1620), 367; Masulipatam factory
established (1622), 368; English ex-
pelled from Eastern Archipelago, and
retire to India, 368 ; Emperor's Farman
granting English liberty to trade in
Bengal, 368, 369 ; Madras founded
( x 639), 369 ; Hugh factory established
(1640), 369; Kasimbazar factory (1658),
369, 370 ; Bombay ceded to the British
Crown (1661), 370; Presidency re-
moved from Surat to Bombay (1684-
87), 370 ; separation of Bengal from
Madras (1681), 370; Sir John Child,
styled 'Governor-General' (1686), 370,

371 ; Calcutta founded (1686), 371 ;
the Company embarks on territorial
sway (1689), 371; French East India
Companies and possessions in 1 88 1,

372 ; Danish, Scotch, and Spanish
Companies, 372 ; the German or
Ostend Company, 372 ; its Indian
settlements (1772), 373 ; its successful
experimental voyages and political
objects, 373, 374 ; Ostend Company
bankrupt and destroyed (1783-84), and
extinguished (1793), 374 ; the Prussian
and Embden Companies, 374-376 ;
Swedish Company (1731), 376 ; causes
of failure of foreign European Com-
panies, and of English success in India,
376, 377 ; European traders in India
in 1872 and 188 1, 377. See also
Danish, Dutch, English, French,
German, and Portuguese.

Europeans in India. See Population
section in each Provincial article, and
especially Bombay, iii. 80 ; Calcutta,
iii. 256 ; Goa, v. 91 ; Madras, ix. 108.

Evans, Capt., his administration in
Nimar, x. 331.

Evans, Col., put down rebellion in Thar
and Parkar (1859), xiii. 265.



INDEX.



105



Everest, Mount, in Himalayas, iy. 380;
highest measured mountain in the
world, vi. 5.

Everest, Sir George, Surveyor-General of
India, mountain named after, iv. 380,
v. 408.

Everest, Rev. Mr., calculations regarding
silt discharge of the Ganges, vi. 27.

Exchange, Loss by, vi. 469.

Excommunication from caste privileges,
vi. 199, 200.

Excise administration, distilleries, rice-
beer, opium, gdnjd, charas, vi. 454,
455, 467 ; expenditure, and income of
British India, 465-470.

Executive Council of the Governor-
General, vi. 432.

Expeditions, Military— frontier and other
—against the Akas (1883, 1884), i.
136 ; the Ambela (1863), i. 227, 228 ;
into Bhattiana (1810, 1818), ii. 379;
the Bhutan (1865), ii. 417 5 against the
Lushais (1871, 1872), iii. 232, 448,
449, viii. 531 ; against the Angami
Nagas (1880, 1 88 1), iii. 252, x. 144-
146; into the Dangs (1818), iv. 115;
against the Daphlas (1874, 1875), iv.
120; the Sikkim (1849, 1850), iv.
131, xii. 485; the Gumsur (1835-37),
v. 4 ; against the Garos, v. 27 ;
against Hathras (1817), v. 355 ; the
Jaintia Hills (1862, 1863), vii. 48,
viii. 172; Khasi Hills (1829-33),
viii. 171; the Kittur, viii. 238; into
Merwara (1819, 1820), ix. 416, 417;
into the Mishmi Hills (1855), ix. 463 ;
against the Mohmands (185 1, 1854,
1864), ix. 475 ; the Parla Kimedi
(1768, 1833-35, 1837), xi. 64, 65;
against Putur (1837), xi. 336; into
Rampa (1858, 1879), xi. 454 ; against
the Kols into Singhbhum (1820, 182 1,
1836, 1837), xii. 533 ; against the
Singphos, xii. 542 ; into Thar and
Parkar (1859), xiii. 264, 265 ; against
the Kukis from Tipperah (1861), xiii.

3*5- ...

Export trade of India, its origin and
growth, analysis and principal staples
of foreign trade, vi. 567, 569 - 580 ;
distribution of exports to different
countries, vi. 569, 580 ; coasting trade,
vi. 584-586.

Exports and imports, of Afghanistan, i.
40 ; Assam, i. 367, 368 ; Bengal, ii.
312-314; Bhutan, ii. 415; Bombay,
iii. 62, 63 ; Lower Burma, iii. 199,
200 ; Upper (then Independent) Burma,
iii. 218; Calcutta, iii. 264-266;
Central Provinces, iii. 319 ; Chitta-
gong, iii. 445 ; Dacca, iv. 91 ; Berar,
v. 271, 272; Karachi, vii. 455-458;
Lahore, viii. 418 ; Madras Presidency,



ix. 61, 62; Madras city, ix. ill, 112 ;

Mangalore, ix. 313, 314; Nepal, x. 282,

283 ; N.-W. Provinces, x. 392-394 ;

Patna, xi. 110-114; Punjab, xi. 284-

286 ; Rangoon, xi. 484-486 ; Sind, xii.

522 ; Tuticorin, xiii. 386. See also

Sea-borne trade.
External sources of the ancient history of

India, vi. 163.
Eyre, Sir Vincent, relieved Arrah (1857),

i. 333. 334, xii. 329.



Fabricius, Lutheran missionary in Madias,
ix. 25.

Factories, Steam cotton. See Steam
cotton factories.

Factories, Silk. See Silk manufacture.^

Factories, Old East India Company's,
including Commercial Residencies and
Lodges, Anjengo (1695), \ 2 9 l > 2 9 2 \
Bajitpur, i. 439 ; Balasor, ii. 5 ; Ban-
damurlanka, ii. 56 ; Negrais, ii. 194 ;
Bassein, ii. 194 5 Broach (1616), iii.
109; Calicut (1616), iii. 270; Chand-
rakona, iii. 364 ; Cochin (1683), iv. 12 ;
Cuddalore, iv. 46 ; Dacca, iv. 81 ;
Armagon, near Durgarayapatnam, iv.
326; English Bazar (1770), iv. 353;
Ganjam \176S), v. 3, 9; Hubli, v.
467; Hugh (1640), v. 491, 500; In-
jaram (1708), vii. 18 ; Jahanabad
(1760), vii. 43; Jaleswar, vii. 104;
Jangipur, vii. 137; Kalyan (1674),
vii. 347; Karwar (1638, 1682, 1750;,
viii. 54, 55; Kasimbazar (1658), viii.
80, 81 ; Kumarkhali, viii. 346 ; Lahori
Bandar, viii. 419 ; Madapollam, viii.
537 ; Madras (1639), ix. 103 ; Kisori-
ganj in Maimansingh, ix. 198 ; in
Maldah (1686), ix. 242; Masulipatam
(1622), ix. 353 ; Nandurbar (1666), x.
195; Narsapur (1677), x. 215; Nila-
palli (1 75 1), x. 301 ; Nizampatam
(1621), x. 338 ; in Noakhali (1756), *.
343; Pippli (1634), xi. 186; Ponani
(1662), xi. 197 ; Rajapur, xi. 384, 385 ;
Rampur Beauleah, xi. 462 ; Ranga-
mati, xi. 470; Rangoon (i79°)> x }-
482 ; Shahbandar, xii. 340 ; Sona-
mukhi, xiii. 58; Surat (1612), xiii.
121 ; Surul, xiii. 139 ; Syriam, xiii.
158 ; Tatta, xiii. 218 ; Tellicherri
(1683), xiii. 237; Vengurla (1772),
xiii. 470 ; Viravasaram (1634), xiii.
478 ; Yizagapatam, xiii. 485, 498.

Factories, Old Danish, Calicut (I75 2 )>
iii. 270 ; Porto Novo, xi. 222 ; Serarn-
pur, xii. 318 ; Tranquebar (1620), xiii.

183, 340, 341. , „ ,
Factories, Old Dutch, Baranagar, 11. 122;



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INDEX.



Bimlipatam, ii. 461 ; Broach (161 7),
iii. 113; Cannanore (1656), iii. 276;
Chapra, iii. 370 ; Chinsurah, iii. 419 ;
Jaganadhapur, iii. 472 ; Dacca, iv. Si ;
Falta, iv. 391 ; Masulipatam, ix. 353 ;
Palakollu( 1652)5X1. 533; Pnlicat(i6o9),
xi. 239 ; Rampur Beauleah, xi. 462 ;
Sadras (1647), xii. 94; Surat (1618),
xiii. 121; Syriam (1631), xiii. 158 ;
Tanganeri, xiii. 180 ; Tuticorin, xiii.
300, 385 ; Vengurla (1638), xiii. 470.

Factories, Old French, Calicut (1722),
iii. 270; Chandarnagar ( 1673), iii.
356, 357 ; Chapra, iii. 370 ; Dacca, iv.
81 ; English Bazar, iv. 353 ; Mahe
(1722), ix. 179; Masulipatam (1669),
ix. 352 ; Pondicherri (1674), xi. 19S ;
Yanaon, xiii. 547.

Factories, Old German, Bankipur, ii. 77.

Factories, Old Portuguese, Beypur, ii.
335 ; Bhatkal (1505), ii. 377 ; Cali-
cut (1501, 1513), iii. 269, 270; Can-
nanore (1505), iii. 276; Chapra, iii.
370; Chaul (1505), iii. 376; Cochin
(1502), iv. 11 ; Daman (1558), iv. 101 ;
Goa, v. 100; Hugh (1537), v. 449;
Porto Novo, xi. 222; Quilon (1503),
xi. 340. See also Portuguese in India.

Fa Hian, Chinese Buddhist pilgrim of
the fifth century, article ' India,' vi.
155. Local notices — Visited or men-
tions Allahabad, i. 186 ; Bahraich, i.
427 ; Bengal, ii. 275 ; Buddh Gaya,
iii. 125; Taxila, iv. 270; the 'Soli-
tary Mountain ' identified with Giriyak,
v. 85 ; Tu-wei (Tandwa), v. 507 ;
Kasia, viii. 79 ; Ladakh, viii. 399 ;
the Maldive Islands, ix. 250 ; Tamluk,
ix. 428, xiii. 171 ; Muttra, x. 53 ;
Sravasti (Sahet Mahet), x. 484, xii.
128 ; Pushkalavati, xi. 147 ; Raja-
griha, xi. 380, 381 ; Sankisa, xii. 223,
224.

Fairs, generally associated with religious
festivals, held at Agradwip, i. 77 ;
Ahar, i. 81 ; Ahmadabad, i. 95 ;
Ajodhya, i. 135 ; Akbarpur (N.-W.
P.), i. 139 ; Akot, i. 145 ; Alawakha-
wa, i. 164; Alipur (C. P.), i. 1S1 ;
Allahabad, i. 192, 198 ; Alvvar, i. 205 ;
Amalner, i. 208; Amarnath, i. 211;
Ambad, i. 212 ; Amritsar, i. 259, 265 ;
Anandpur (Punjab), i. 273 ; Anwa, i.
295 ; Aror, i. 332 ; Asasuni, i. 337 ;
Ashta, i. 338 ; Atur, i. 383 ; Aurunga-
bad Sayyid, i. 388 ; Bachireddipalem,
i. 406 ; Badin, i. 409 ; Bagesar, i. 414;
Bagherhat, i. 417 ; Bahraich, i. 435 ;
Bairam Ghat, i. 437 ; Bajrangarh, i.
439; Baksar, i. 450; Baldeva, ii. 11 ;
Ballabhpur, ii. 17 ; Ballia, ii. 23 ;
Balotra, ii. 24 ; Unai, near Bansda, ii.
99; Barauir Hills, ii. 115; Barhal-



ganj, ii. 150 ; Bawangaja Hill, ii. 181 ;
Batesar, ii. 216 ; Bausi, ii. 217 ; Bel-
gaum, ii. 237 ; Bellavi, ii. 251 ; Beri,
ii. 325 ; Bettia, ii. 328 ; Bhadarsa, ii.
337 ; Bhadbhut, ii. 338 ; Bhadracha-
lam, ii. 339 ; Bhangarhat, ii. 369 ;
Bhartpur, ii. 376 ; Bhawanandpur, ii.
384; Bheraghat, ii. 386; Bhetargaon,
ii. 387 ; Bhiri, ii. 399 ; Bhit Shah, ii.
399 ; Bihar, ii. 421 ; Bijnaur, ii. 435 ;
Bi-alpur, iii. 15 ; Bishanpur Nashan
Khas, iii. 16 ; Bithur, iii. 20 ; Bitra-
ganta, iii. 20 ; Bowring-pet, iii. 95 ;
Budhata, iii. 128 ; Budikot, iii. 129 ;
Bukera, iii. 129 ; Chaibasa, iii. 324 ;
Chakultor, iii. 326 ; Chanda, iii. 355 ;
Chandod, iii. 360 ; Chatsu, iii. 375 ;
Chhipia, iii. 404 ; Chik Devaraj
Sagar, iii. 409 ; Chikmagalur, iii. 41 1 ;
Chidambaram, iii. 412 ; Chimin - , iii.
417 ; Cbitahnari, iii. 429 ; Chitarkot,
iii. 429; Conjevaram, iv. 26; Dain-
hat, iv. 95 ; Dalgoma, iv. 97 ; Dal-
mau, iv. 99, 100 ; Kundalpur and Ban-
dakpur in Damoh, iv. 112; Darwani,
iv. 151 ; Dasna, iv. 154; Debi Patan,
iv. 164; Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 218;
Deulgaon Raja, iv. 230 ; Devanhalli,
iv. 232 ; Devjagaon, iv. 234 ; Dewal-
wara, iv. 235 ; Dhaldighi, iv. 238 ;
Dhampur, iv. 241 ; Hulgi'ir, Yamnur,
and Gud<;addapur in Dharwar, iv. 260;
Dholpur, iv. 277, 278 ; Machkund and
Salpan in Dholpur, iv. 278 ; Dhulia,
iv. 283 ; Dhulian, iv. 283 ; Diggi, iv.
287 ; Diwangiri, iv. 308 ; Dod-balla-
pur, iv. 311 ; Baneswar and Galliakot
in Diingarpur, iv. 323, 324; Elephanta,
iv. 344; Eminabad, iv. 352; Doba in
Etawah, iv. 376 ; Fatehpur-Chaurasi,
iv. 433 ; Gangal, iv. 466 ; Garhauli, v.
14 ; Garhduvala, v. 14 ; Garhmuktesar,
v. 16; Gauripur, v. 42; Chochakpur
in Ghazipur, v. 69; Godna, v. 139;
Jargo, near Gogunda, v. 140 ; Gohana,
v. 141 ; Gokaru, v. 142 ; Gola, v. 143 ;
Gonda, v. 157 ; Goona, v. 159; Gora-
bazar, v. 163 ; Dhonkal in Gujranwala,
v. 185, xiii. 535 ; Gurkha, v. 224 ;
Haidarabad (Oudh), v. 289 ; New
Hala, v. 294 ; Bilgram, Hattia, Haran,
and Barsuya in Hardoi, v. 325, 326 ;
Hardwar, v. 333, 334; Hargam, v.
335 ; Kolhwagara in Harha, v. 336 ;
Harua, v. 342 ; Hindaun, v. 414 ;
Hingni, v. 422 ; Hirdenagar, v. 423 ;
Honyal, v. 440 ; Chintpurni and Mu-
kerian in Hoshiarpur, v. 456 ; Hosiir,
v. 460; Indapur, v. 510; Islamabad
Bijhauli, vii. 27; Jaisalmer, vii. 70;
Jajpur, vii. 73; Jalpesh, vii. 118;
Janjira, vii. 141 ; Mariahu and Kar-
chuli in Jaunpur, vii. 157; Choya



INDEX.



107



Saidan Shah in Jehlam, vii. 175;
Jewar, vii. 193; Jhdlukdti, vii. 197;
Til ward, Mundua" Parbatsar, Bilara,
and Barkhana in Jodhpur, vii. 245 ;
Gartoh, vii. 253 ; Kadi, vii. 280 ;
Sringeri in Kadur, vii. 2S7 ; Kakora,
vii. 311 ; Kakrani, vii. 312; Kalakad,
vii. 322 ; Kdlinjar, vii. 333 ; Kalyan-
mal, vii. 34S ; Kanera, vii. 407 ; Kin-
gra and Jawdla Mukhi, vii. 426 ; Kan-
kanhalli, vii. 434 ; Kansat, vii. 436 ;
Kantha, vii. 437 ; Kanthalpara, vii.
437 ; Kapilmuni, vii. 441 ; Kdrdgola,
vii. 461 ; Karanbds, vii. 465 ; Karnala,
viii. 17; Karor, viii. 4S ; Jamu, viii. 74 ;
Katds, viii. 87 ; Katra Medniganj, viii.
101 ; Kazipara, viii. 101 ; Keljhar, viii.
Ill; Kelu, viii. 112; Kenduli, viii.
114; Khdga, viii. 122; Khagrapard,
viii. 123; Khairdbdd, viii. 129; Kha-
juha, viii. 140 ; Khaldir, viii. 141 ;
Khekera, viii. 187 ; Gold Gokaranndth
in Kheri, viii. 196 ; Kherkeria, viii.
199 ; Kisoriganj, viii. 225 ; Koldr,
viii. 279 ; Kopilas, viii. 294 ; Kotap-
pakonda, viii. 309 ; Sipi in Kothi, viii.
311; Kutabpur, viii. 401; Lakhna,
viii. 440 ; Chutia and Daltonganj in
Lohdrdagd, viii. 482 ; Machhligdon,
viii. 533 ; Mddha, viii. 541 ; Mddho-
pur, viii. 542 ; Kokalhat, ix. 153 ;
Mahdsthdngarh, ix. 168; Maheji, ix.
172; Mdhesh, ix. 172; Samlaji and
Brahmakhed in Mahi Kantha, ix.
179; Mahuwa, ix. 187; Husainpur in
Maimansingh, ix. 198 ; Dohti in Maj-
haura, ix. 214 ; Mdlinagar, ix. 258 ;
Mdlur, ix. 266; Manda, ix. 287;
Mandhak, ix. 296; Mdnikganj, ix. 321 ;
Mdnikpur, ix. 321; Mdni Majra, ix.
322 ; Mankur, ix. ^7 ; Manora, ix.
339; Mapusa, ix. 343, 344; Mar-
kandi, ix. 347 ; Mdsti, ix. 351 ;
Matdri, ix. 362 ; Mauranwan, ix. 374 ;
Meerut, ix. 394 ; Mendhawal, ix. 405 :
Merkdra, ix. 415; Mhaswad, ix. 420;
Misrikh, ix. 467 ; Motijharna, ix. 521 ;
Mugdai, ix. 528 ; Mughalbhin, ix. 529 ;
Muradabad, x. 16 ; Murassapur, x. 16 ;
Murgod, x. 17; Nachangaon, x. 127;
Ndgari, x. 157; Nanguneri, x. 196;
Nawdbganj, x. 249 ; Nekmard, x.
259 ; Nelamangala, x. 260 ; Nihtor,
x. 301 ; Singdji and Mandhdta in
Nimar, x. 334; Nur Mahal, x.418;
Pandharpur, xi. 37 ; Panhdn, xi. 43 ;
Pariar, xi. 63 ; Pdtan (Oudh), xi. 80 ;
Patur, xi. 119 ; Pehoa, xi. 129 ; Peth,
xi. 161 ; Phaphund, xi. 166 ; Phuld-
guri, xi. 168 ; Pollachi, xi. 196 ; Pra-
kasha, xi. 223 ; Premtoli, xi. 224 ; |
Pulikonda, xi. 240 ; Purwd, xi. 334 ;
Pushkar, xi. 335 ; Pushpagiri, xi. 335 ; |



Rajagriha Hills, xi. 3S0 ; Raj
(N.-W. P.), xi. 386 ; Rajim, xi. 3S8 ;
Ramkail, xi. 449 ; Rdmnagar, xi. 452 ;
Rampur (N.-W. P.), xi. 460; Kam-
pura, xi. 462 ; Ramtek, xi. 466 ; Ran-
gir, xi. 471 ; Ranipet, xi. 509 ; Ratan-
pur, xi. 516 ; Reniuna, xii. 42, 43 ;
Ki>hikund, xii. 57 ; Rohna, xii. 63 ;
Rudrdpur, xii. 81 ; Rupar, xii. 83 ;
Sadhaura, xii. 93 ; Sadiyd, xii. 93, 94 ;
Sadullapur, xii. 97 ; Bhdpcd and Pan-
dalpur in Sayar, xii. 106 ; Sagar
Inland, xii. 109, no; Sakraypatna, xii.
148 ; Salem, xii. 166 ; Sanivarsante,
xii. 221 ; Sankarkati, xii. 222 ; Sankha,
xii. 223 ; Santipur, xii. 227 ; Badar-
pur, xii. 261 ; Sarjapur, xii. 269 ;
Sarsaganj, xii. 271 ; Satana, xii. 275 ;
Satrikh, xii. 290 ; Saundatti, xii. 291 ;
Saurath, xii. 291, 292 ; Savanur.^ xii.
293 ; Sehi, xii. 304 ; Chhapdrd in
Seoni, xii. 313 ; Seori Narayan, xii.
317 ; Seota, xii. 317 ; Shahapur, xii.
338 ; Shahpur, xii. 368 ; Shendurni,
xii. 379 ; Shikdrpur (Mysore), xii. 397 ;
Shimoga, xii. 406 ; Shingnapur. xii.
406, 407 ; Shinrdjpur, xii. 409 ; Shold-
pur, xii. 418 ; Sonari in Sholdpur, xii.
418 ; Sialkot, xii. 452 ; Siddham, xii.
473 ; Siddheswar, xii. 474 ; Sikandra,
xii. 482 ; Silanath, xii. 488, 489 ;
Silchar, xii. 489 ; Silpata, xii. 490 ;
Siralkoppa, xii. 551 ; Sirsi, xni. 22 ;
Sirur, xiii. 23 ; Sitdmarhi, xiii. 26 ;
Sondgaon, xiii. 57 ; Sonpur, xiii. 63 ;
Soron, xiii. 67 ; Sriwardhan, xiii. 83 ;
Subrakmanya, xiii. 87 ; Sudasna, xiii.
87 ; Sitakund and Dhopap in Sultan-
pur (Oudh), xiii. 99 ; Sultanpur (Kdn-
gra), xiii. 106; Sylhet. xiii. 157 ; Tale-
gdon Dham Dhera, xiii. 166 ; Talgdon,
xiii. 167 ; Tanda, xiii. 174, 175 ; Tarak-
eswar, xiii. 212 ; Taroli, xiii. 216 ;
Thulandi, xiii. 293 ; Tikri, xiii. 295 ;
Tilothu, xiii. 322 ; Tirthahalli, xiii.
323 ; Titalya, xiii. 335 ; Tosham, xiii.
340 ; Tribeni, xiii. 354 ; Trimbak, xiii.
366 ; Trimohini, xiii. 366 ; Gubbi in
Tumkur, xiii. 379 ; Udalguri, xiii. 414 ;
Uddhanpur, xiii. 415 ; Ugri, xiii. 416 ;
Ulvi, xiii. 419 ; Unja, xiii. 438 ;
Uttur, xiii. 459 ; Vadagenhalli, xiii.
460; Wdigdon, xiii. 510; Wer, xiii.
537 ; Wun, xiii. 544, 546 ; Yedator,
xiii. 550. See also Festivals.

Faisan, Captain, his defence of Kdveripa-
ram against Haidar AH (1769), viii. 106.

Faizdbad, Division of Oudh, iv. 3S0.

Faizdbad, District of Oudh, iv. 381-388;
physical aspects, 381 ; hi-tory, 381,
382 ; population, 382, 383 ; division
into town and country, 383, 384 ; agri-
culture, 384 - 3S6 ; communications,



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INDEX.



trade, commerce, etc., 386, 387 ; ad-
ministration, 387 ; medical aspects,
387,388.

Faizabad, tahsil in Oudh, iv. 388.

Faizabad, town in Oudh, iv. 388, 389.

Faiz Ali Khan Bahadur, Sir, appointed
to administer State of Kotah (1874),
viii. 305 ; holds jdgir of Pahasu, x. 528.

Faizpur, town in Bombay, iv. 389.

Faiz-ulla Khan, son of Ali Muhammad,
the Rohilla, became Nawab of Ram-
pur, his history, xi. 456 ; his tomb, xi.

459.
Fakhrpur, village and pargana in Oudh,

i v - 389, 390-

Fakirganj, village in Bengal, iv. 390.

Fakuhat, village in Bengal, iv. 390.

False Point, cape, harbour, and light-
house in Bengal, iv. 390, 391 ; history
of harbour, 391 ; trade, 391.

Falta, village in Bengal, iv. 391, 392.

Family history, of the Maharao of Alwar,
i. 203-205 ; Nawab of Bahawalpur, i.
423, 424 ; Maharaja of Balrampur, ii.
24 ; Maharaja of Bishnupur, ii. 80, 81 ;
Maharaja of Bard wan, ii. 127, 128 ;
Gaekwar of Baroda, ii. 160-164;
Maharaja of Benares, ii. 255, 256 ;
Maharaja of Bhartpur, ii. 373, 374 ;
Thakur Sahib of Bhaunagar, ii. 380,
381 ; Begam of Bhopal, ii. 403-405 ;
Maharaja of Bikaner, ii. 440 ; Maharao
Raja of Bundi, iii. 158 ; Nawab of
Cambay, iii. 273 ; Raja of Chanchra
or Jessor, iii. 347, 348, vii. 184, 185 ;
Raja of Cochin, iv. 9 ; Rao of Cutch,
iv. 61, 63 ; Maharaja of Darbhangah,
iv. 127, 128 ; Raja of Datia, iv. 156 ;
Maharaja of Deo, iv. 198 ; Raja of
Dhar, iv. 246, 247 ; Rana of Dholpur,
iv. 276, 277 ; Raja Sahib of Dhran-
gadra, iv. 279 ; Maharawal of Dungar-
pur, iv. 324 ; Maharaja of Edar, iv.
337, 338 ; Raja of Faridkot, iv. 392,
393 ; Maharaja of Gwalior, v. 230-233 ;
Nizam of Haidarabad, v. 248-252 ;
Raja of Hill Tipperah, v. 396 ;
Maharaja of Indore, vii. 5-7 ; Maharaja
of Jaipur, vii. 55-57 ; Maharawal of
Jaisalmer, vii. 67, 68 ; Nawab of
Janjira, vii. 140, 141 ; Rana of Jhala-
war, vii. 199, 200 ; Raja of Jind, vii.
232 ; Maharaja of Jodhpur, vii. 240-
243 ; Nawab of Junagarh, vii. 262 ;
Raja of Kapurthala, vii. 441-442 ;
Maharaja of Karauli, vii. 473, 474 ;
Maharaja of Kashmir and Jamu, viii.
61, 62 ; Mir of Khairpur, viii. 134,
135 ; Maharaja of Kishangarh, viii.
222, 223 ; Nawab of Kohat, viii. 245 ;
Raja of Kolhapur, viii. 281-283;
Maharao of Kotnh, viii. 304-306;
Maharaja of Kuch Behar, viii. 319-322 ;



Nawab of Maler Kotla, ix. 254, 255 ;
Raja of Mandi, ix. 297, 298 ; Maharaja
of Mysore, x. 94, 95 ; Raja of Nabha,
x. 125, 126 ; Raja of Nagode, x. 160,



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