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x. 189 ; Nandikottur, x. 193 ; Nar-
singhgarh, x. 216; Narsipur, x. 225;
Narvvar, x. 227 ; Nawanagar, x. 253 ;



INDEX.



119



Nellore, x. 272 ; Nidadaul, x. 298 ;
Nimach, x. 326; Niizoid, x. 410;
Orchha, x. 426 ; Palasgarh, x. 542 ;
Palghat, x. 543 ; Palupare, xi. 20 ;
Panahat, xi. 25 ; Panipat, xi. 47 ;
Parenda, xi. 62; Partabgarh (Rajput-
ana), xi. 77 ; Patri, xi. 117; Patti, xi.
117; Pattukotai, xi. 1 18; Peshawar,
xi. 159; Phillaur, xi. 167; Pimpalner,
xi. 181 ; Pishin, xi. 191 ; Pithoria, xi.
193 ; Punasa, xi. 242 ; Purngarh, xi.
321 ; Quetta, xi. 338 ; Radhanpur, xi.
343 ; Rai Bareli, xi. 360 ; Rajghat, xi.
387, 388; Rajnagar, xi. 391 ; Ramna-
gar, xi. 452 ; Rampur, xi. 459 ; Rasul-
abad, xi. 515; Ratnagiri, xii. 12;
Raver, xii. 14; Rawal Pindi, xii. 35,
38; Redi, xii. 41 ; Rorle in Rewad-
anda, xii. 44 ; Rohna, xii. 63 ; Rup-
garh, xii. 83 ; Sachin, xii. 90 ; Sah,
xii. 113; Sakaldiha, xii. 144; Sakhera,
xii. 145; Salbet, xii. 150; Sangli, xii.
219; Sangola, xii. 220; Sarila, xii.
269 ; Satanwari, xii. 275 ; Satyamanga-
lam, xii. 291; Sausar, xii. 292; Se-
cunderabad, xii. 302 ; Selu, xii. 307 ;
Seoni, xii. 315; Seota, xii. 317;
Shabkadar, xii. 322 ; Shahbaznagar,
xii. 340 ; Shahganj, xii. 342 ; Shah-
jahanpur, xii. 356 ; Sholapur, xii. 420,
422 ; Sholavandan, xii. 422 ; Shujabad,
xii. 426 ; Shwe-gyin, xii. 435 ; Sikhar,
xii. 482 ; Sindwa, xii. 527, 528 ; Sira,
xii. 546 ; Somnath, xiii. 50 ; Sonagaon,
xiii. 57 ; Srinagar, xiii. 77 ; Srivai-
kuntham, xiii. 82 ; Subeha, xiii. 86 ;
Surat, xiii. 132; Talagang, xiii. 162;
Tanjore, xiii. 196; Tanna, xiii. 198;
Tarikere, xiii. 214; Tehri, xiii. 236;
Tellicherri, xiii. 237 ; Tenkaraikottai,
xiii. 241 ; Than, xiii. 249 ; Thana
(Bombay), xiii. 258, 259 ; (Oudh), xiii.
259 ; Thulandi, xiii. 293 ; Tragar, xiii.
293 ; Tikari, xiii. 295 ; Tirwa, xiii.
330 ; Tonk, xiii. 338 ; Tranquebar, xiii.
341 ; Tripunathorai, xiii. 367 ; Trivan-
drum, xiii. 368; Umargarh, xiii. 419;
Umarkot, xiii. 420 ; Usur, xiii. 452 ;
Uttiir, xiii. 459 ; Vellore, xiii. 467-469 ;
Vengurla, xiii. 469 ; Vesava, xiii. 472,
473 ; Vizagapatam, xiii. 498 ; Vizia-
drug, xiii. 499 ; Vizianagram, xiii. 503 ;
Wairagarh, xiii. 513 ; Wandiwash, xiii.
517, 518 ; Yawal, xiii. 549 ; Yedehalli,
xiii. 550. See also Forts, Ruined.
Forts, Hill, Ajaigarh, i. 112; Alwar, i.
206 ; Amber, i. 229 ; Ambur Drug, i.
230; Anchittai-durgam, i. 281; Asir-
garh, i. 338, 339 ; Attock, i. 381, 382 ;
Badesar, i. 408; Badrpur, i. 411;
Bahli, i. 425 ; Debrigarh, ii. 148 ;
Songarh, Saler, and Riipgarh in Baroda,
ii. 159; Bekal, ii. 229; Belgaum, ii.



238 ; Bellary, ii. 250 ; Bhainsror, ii.
355 ; Bhilsa, ii. 392 ; Bhopal, ii. 405 ;
Biana, ii. 418; Bundi, iii. 159, 160;
Bunera, iii. 160; Champaner, iii. 333 ;
Chanar, iii. 346, 347 ; Chanderi, iii.
358; Chandor, iii. 361; Chandragiri,
iii. 363 ; Charkhari, iii. 372 ; Chital-
drug, iii. 428; Chitor, iii. 430, 431;
Dankar, iv. 117 ; Daulatabad, iv. 158 ;
Devaraydurga, iv. 232 ; Dhar, iv. 248 ;
Laling, near Dhiilia, iv. 281, 282;
Dindigal, iv. 301 ; Gagraun, iv. 458,
459 ; Gandikot, iv. 464 ; Gangrov, iv.
479 ; Garhbori, v. 14 ; Gawilgarh, v.
42, 43 ; Gingi, v. 80-82 ; Chaprot and
Nagar in the Gilghit valley, v. 79, 80 ;
Gobardhangiri, v. 121 ; Golconda, v.
144; Gooty, v. 160, 161 ; Gopalswami-
betta, v. 162; Gudibanda, v. 177;
Gumnayakan-palya, v. 199 ; Gurram-
konda, v. 224 ; Gwalior, v. 234, 236 ;
Haidarabad(Sind), v. 287; Hamirgarh,
v. 297 ; Harischandragarh, v. 340 ;
Fort Hastings, v. 352 ; Hinglajgarh, v.
422 ; Hosdurga, v. 444 ; Hutri-durga,
v - 5°3 '■> Igg uta PP a " kunda, v. 506 ;
Iskardo, vii. 26 ; Jahazpur, vii. 45 ;
Jaigarh, vii. 45 ; Jaipur, vii. 59 ;
Jaisalmer, vii. 70; Jaitak, vii. 71;
Jajpur, vii. 73 ; Jalor, vii. 107 ; J>mal-
abad, vii. 118 ; Jammu, vii. 129 ; Jaum,
vii. 149 ; Jawad, vii. 161 ; jhalra
Patan, vii. 204 ; Jhansi, vii. 228 ;
Jobat, vii. 234; Jodhia, vii. 234;
Jodhpur, vii. 246 ; Sioner, near Junnar,
vii. 264 ; Kakair, vii. 310 ; Kamlagarh,
vii. 353 ; Kandukiir, vii. 407 ; Kangra,
vii. 429 ; Kanjia, vii. 433 ; Khetri, viii.
200 ; Kistawar, viii. 225 ; Komulmair,
viii. 287 ; Kondavir, viii. 287, 288 ;
Morni in Kotaha, viii. 308; Kumalgarh,
viii. 345 ; Kumlagarh, viii. 359 ; Kur-
wai, viii. 378 ; Landi Kotal, viii. 459,
460; Laphagarh, viii. 461; Lohgarh,
viii. 488 ; Madgiri - drug, viii. 540 ;
Pratapgarh, ix. 155 ; Mahakalidurga,
ix. 155 ; Mahuli, ix. 186, 187 ; Malan-
garh, ix. 236, 237 ; Malaun, ix. 237 ;
Mallangur, ix. 260; Malot, ix. 263;
Malthon, ix. 265 ; Mandalgarh, ix.
291 ; Manohar, ix. 338 ; Mastgarh, ix.
351; Merkara, ix. 413,414; Mohne,
ix. 476 ; Mudgal, ix. 526 ; Nagode, x.
161; Sitabaldi, x. 173; Naldrug, x.
182-184; Namakal, x. 187; Nandidriig,
x. 191, 192; Narsinghgarh, x. 216;
Nawagarh, x. 250 ; Nidugal, x. 298 ;
Partabgarh, xi. 77, 78 ; Pavagada, xi.
121 ; Pawagarh, xi. 121, 122; Pawan-
garh, xi. 122 ; Fort Loudoun, Pithora-
garh, xi. 193 ; Raichur, xi. 360 ;
Raidrug, xi. 361 ; Raigarh, xi. 363,
364 ; Raingarh, xi. 365, 366 ; Rairi, xi.



120



INDEX.



379 ; Raisin, xi. 380 ; Rajgarh (2), xi.
387 ; Rajpipla, xi. 393 ; Ramgarh, xi.
448 ; Ramtek, xi. 466 ; Ranigat, xi.
506 ; Ranthambor, xi. 511 ; Rasalgarh,
xi. 512, 513; Rayan, xii. 40; Rehli,
xii. 42 ; Riasi, xii. 57 ; Sadashivgarh,
xii. 92 ; Sagar, xii. 109 ; Sagar-
garh, xii. in ; Salumbar, xii. 172 ;
Samod, xii. 190 ; Sankaridrug, xii.
221 ; Sankshi, xii. 224 ; Satara,
xii, 284, 285 ; Savandrug, xii. 293,
294; near Ugli in Seoni, xii. 310;
Shioner, xii. 410 ; Songarh, xiii. 60 ;
Srinagar (Kashmir), xiii. 76, "jy (N.-W.
P.), xiii. 78 ; Subathu, xiii. 85 ; Sunth,
xiii. 116; Taragarh, xiii. 206; Tekal-
kotta, xiii. 236 ; Tepagarh, xiii. 242 ;
Theog, xiii. 288 ; Todgarh, xiii. 336 ;
Trichinopoli, xiii. 364 ; Trimbak, xiii.
366 ; Eklingarh, near Udaipur, xiii.
410 ; Shahpur, near Rabkob, xiii. 412 ;
Vinukonda, xiii. 476 ; Visapur, xiii.
480. See also Forts, Hill, Ruined.
Forts, Ruined or dismantled, Hari Pala-
kudu, near Addanki, i. 14 ; Afzalgarh,
i- 57 ; Agroha, i. 78 ; Ahirwas, i. 82 ;
Ahmadnagar (Oudh), i. no; Akbar-
pur (Bengal), i. 139 ; Aliganj (Oudh),
i. 167; Aligarh (Bengal), i. 179; Amara-
pura, i. 210; Amner, i. 245; Amra-
vati, i. 253 ; Andiyar, i. 288 ; Anekal,
i. 288 ; Angadipuran, i. 289 ; Anjengo,
i. 292 ; Ankola, i. 293 ; Arava-Kurichi,
i. 307; Arcot, i. 311; Ami, i. 332;
Asurgarh, i. 375 ; Atari, i. 375 ; Ateha,
i. 375 ; Atner, i. 379 ; Aurungabad
(Oudh), i. 386 ; Badnera, i. 409 ;
Kherla, near Badniir, i. 410 ; Balahera,
i. 457 ; Balihri, ii. 13 ; Banda, ii. 55 ;
Bansi, ii. 101 ; Barabati, ii. 116;
Barkur, ii. 156; Barvva Sagar, ii. 181 ;
Bawan, ii. 218; Behar, ii. 228; Bela,
ii. 230 ; Benugarh, ii. 323 ; Bhadri,
ii. 341 ; Bhagamandal, ii. 353 ; Bhawan,
ii. 383 ; Bhind, ii. 397 ; Bhiwapur, ii.
401 ; Bhongaon, ii. 403 ; Bidhuna, ii.
420 ; Bijaigarh, ii. 422 ; Bijnaur, ii.
436 ; Bilaigarh, ii. 444 ; Bilgram, ii.
456 ; Bishnupur, iii. 16 ; Bodwad, iii.
24; Budaun, iii. 124; Budihal, iii.
128 ; Chanwarpatha, iii. 369 ; Cherand,
iii. 391 ; Chopra, iii. 457 ; Fort St.
David at Cuddalore, iv. 46, 162 ; Cum-
bum, iv. 57 ; Dadri, iv. 93 ; Dalmau,
iv. 100 ; Dalmi, iv. 100 ; Dankaur,
iv. 117 ; Dasuya, iv. 155 ; Dativre, iv.
157; Debi Patan, iv. 164; Delly, iv.
197 ; Deo, iv. 198 ; Devikota, iv. 233,
234 ; Dhamda, iv. 239 ; Dhapewara, iv.
245 ; Dharapuram, iv. 251 ; Dharwar,
iv. 266, 267 ; Dheri Shahan, iv. 270 ;
Dig, iv. 286 ; Dimapur, iv. 289, 290 ;
Dipla, iv. 304, 305 ; Simbor, iv. 307 ;



Dolphin's Nose, iv. 312; Dongarthal,
iv. 314; Drug, iv. 317; Durduria, iv.
326 ; Ellore, iv. 352 ; Etawah, iv.
379; Ganjam, v. 9 ; Garhgaon, v. 15 ;
Georgegarh, v. 54 ; Gholghat, v. 74 ;
Gidhaur, v. 76 ; Gosainganj, v. 174 ;
Gumgaon, v. 198 ; in Haidarabad
(Oudh), v. 289 ; Hajipur, v. 291 ;
Hamirpur, v. 306 ; Handia, v. 309 ;
Hansi, v. 311 ; Hardoi, v. 330 ; Hard-
war, v. 331 ; Harhar, v. 336 ; Hath-
ras, v. 355 ; Hebli, v. 382 ; Heggada-
devankot, v. 382; Hindaur, v. 414;
Hirehal, v. 423 ; Hosdrug, v. 441;
Hoshangabad, v. 449, 450 ; Ikkeri,
v. 508 ; Imamgarh, v. 509 ; Jainagar,
vii. 46; Jajmau, vii. 72; Jalalkhera,
vii. 79 ; Jalaun, vii. 103 ; Jamner, vii.
131; Jamui, vii. 134; Jaunpur, vii.
159, 160; Bhopatgarh, near Jawhar,
vii. 164; Jhanjhana, vii. 214; Kaithal,
vii. 309 ; Kalna, vii. 340 ; Kanaung,
vii. 388 ; Karajgaon, vii. 462 ; Karanja,
vii. 467 ; Karnul, viii. 45 ; Karra, viii.
48 ; Kaiur, viii. 52 ; Kasaragod, viii.
58 ; Katol, viii. 100 ; Katra, viii. 101 ;
Katambar, viii. 101 ; Katwa, viii. 102 ;
Keljhar, viii. in ; Kelod, viii. Ill ;
Khairigarh, viii. 131, 132; Khakereru,
viii. 141 ; Khanpur, viii. 164 ; Khiron,
viii. 203 ; Kiratpur, viii. 220 ; Kodun-
galur, viii. 241 ; Koratagiri, viii. 296 ;
Ivudarkot, viii. 329 ; Kuditini, viii.
329 ; Kulbarga, viii. 333 ; Kulpahar,
viii. 334 ; in Lalitpur, viii. 452 ; Lalmai
Hills, viii. 458 ; Landaura, viii. 459 ;
Lanji, viii. 461 ; Pilmi in Lohardaga,
viii. 482 ; Loni, viii. 490 ; Maddur,
viii. 539; Madnagarhjviii. 544; Madura,
ix. 135 ; Magadi, ix. 136 ; Mahaban,
ix. 151; Mahagaon, ix. 155; Mahes-
war, ix. 173 ; Char Garhjarifa, ix.
195 ; Malagarh, ix. 235, 236 ; Mal-
kangiri, ix. 258 ; Mallanwan, ix. 263 ;
Malvalli, ix. 266 ; Pad m agar h and
Sindhudrug, ix. 273 ; Mamdot, ix.
273 ; Mandawar, ix. 293 ; Manglaur,
ix. 316 ; Manwan, ix. 342 ; Marpha,
ix. 348 ; Mro-haung, ix. 523, 524 ;
Murdesvvar, x. 17; Mursan, x. 20;
Nagar, x. 155; Nagavaram, x. 159;
Pratapgarh, x. 193 ; Narayanavanam,
x. 205 ; Nargund, x. 211 ; Nawabganj,
x. 249; Neri, x. 291 ; Nevti, x. 292;
Nichlaval, x. 294 ; Nidhauli, x. 298 ;
Nipani, x. 366 ; Nirmal, x. 338 ;
Palamkotta, x. 535 ; Palladam, xi. 13 ;
Parichhatgarh, xi. 63 ; Parola, xi. 66 ;
Parone, xi. 67 ; Partabgarh (Oudh),
xi. 75 ; Patan Saongi, xi. 84 ; Patiali,
xi. 90; Paunar, xi. 119; Pendra, xi.
132; Penyapatna, xi. 139, 140; Pinjaur,
xi. 184; Polur, xi. 197; Porakad, xi.



INDEX.



121



214 ; in Pulivendala, xi. 240 ; Piina-
mallu, xi. 242 ; Raghugarh, xi. 345 ;
Raipur, xi. 377, 378 ; Rajagriha, xi.
381 ; Rajgarh, xi. 387 ; Ramnad, xi.
450, 451 ; Rangamati (Assam), xi. 470 ;
Ranpur, xi. 510; Ratanpur, xi. 577;
Rath, xi. 518; Rattihalli, xii. 14;
Repalli, xii. 44; Gokalgarh, xii. 55;
Rohar, xii. 60 ; Rudrapur, xii. 81 ;
SahetMahet, xii. 135; Sambalpur, xii.
185; Sanghari, xii. 217; Sankisa, xii.
224 ; Sanu, xii. 225 ; Saoner, xii. 248 ;
Sardhana, xii. 266 ; Sarvepalli, xii.
271; Sasni, xii. 273; Sehwan, xii.
306; Seringapatam, xii. 319, 320;
Shahabad (N.-W. P.), xii. 337 ; Shah-
garh, xii. 342; Shahpur (N.-W. P.),
xii. 368; Shekohpura, xii. 378; Sher-
garh, xii. 380; Shikarpur (N.-W. P.),
xii. 396; (Mysore), xii. 397; Sialkot,
xii. 451 ; Simraon, xii. 501 ; Sindgi,
xii. 526 ; Sindkher, xii. 527 ; Sohag-
pur, xiii. 47 ; Sohawal, xiii. 48 ; Sonda,
xiii. 59, 60 ; Songir, xiii. 61 ; Subal-
garh, xiii. 83 ; Sumerpur, xiii. 107 ;
Surharpur, xiii. 137 ; Sryamnagar, xiii.
143 ; Talamba, xiii. 163 ; Tambam,
xiii. 169; Tangasseri, xiii. 180; Tank,
xiii. 198 ; Tappal, xiii. 200 ; Tarahwan,
xiii. 206, 207 ; Tatta, xiii. 219 ; Telia-
garhi, xiii. 236 ; Thaneswar, xiii. 260 ;
in Thar and Parkar, xiii. 267 ; Thatia,
xiii. 275 ; Tirkanamb, xiii. 322 ; Tri-
pasur, xiii. 367 ; Udaipur, xiii. 410 ;
Dumraon, near Umarpur, xiii. 421 ;
Umrer, xiii. 423 ; Urai, xiii. 450 ;
Uttraula, xiii. 458; Wari, xiii. 531.
Forts, Hill, Ruined, Adegaon, i. 15 ;
Adoni, i. 26; Ajmirgarh, i. 133;
Ambaji - durga, i. 213; Balakot, i.
458 ; Ballal- rayan - durga, ii. 17 ;
Baurgarh, ii. 217; Bellamkonda, ii.
240 ; Bijagarh, ii. 422 ; Brahmapuri,
iii. 93 ; Chauragarh, iii. 377 ; Deogarh,
iv. 203 ; Kafir Kotin Deva Ismail
Khan, iv. 220 ; Dhamoni, iv. 240 ;
Dongargarh, iv. 314; Garha, v. 12;
Garhakota, v. 13 ; Huliyar-durga, v.
501 ; Jiiba, vii. 253 ; Kabbal-durga,
vii. 266 ; Kalan Kot, vii. 323 ; Kalin-
jar, vii. 331-337 : Kalpi, vii. 343;
Kangundi, vii. 431 ; Kanigiri, vii. 432 ;
Karnala, viii. 29, 30; Katas, viii. 87;
Kevale-durga, viii. 104, 105 ; Konda-
pilli, viii. 287 ; Korigi, viii. 300 ;
Krishnagiri, viii. 317, 318; Langur,
viii. 461 ; Lingana, viii. 472 ; Lio, viii.
473 ; Madaksira, viii. 536 ; Mahoba,
ix. 182, 183 ; Medak, ix. 379 ; Tior
Mountain, ix. 503; Mundargi, x. 13 ;
Nadol, x. 142 ; Nalapani, x. 181 ;
Narnala, x. 213 ; Nijagal, x. 301 ;
Nurpur, x. 419; Penukonda, xi. 135;



Perumakal, xi. 140, 141 ; Purandhar,

xi. 297, 298 ; Ragauli, xi. 344 ; Rahat-

garh, xi. 345, 346 ; Ramgiri, xi. 449 ;

Rasan, xi. 513; Rayakottai, xii. 40;

Rohtasgarh, xii. 78 ; Rotas, xii. 80 ;

Sadri, xii. 95; Parasgarh, near Saun-

datti, xii. 291; in Seoni, xii. 310;

Sihonda, xii. 476 ; Sikandarpur, xii.

480 ; Singaurgarh, xii. 528, 529 ; Sinh-

garh, xii. 543, 544 ; Sirakot, xii. 550 ;

Sironcha, xiii. 7; Talbehat, xiii. 164;

Taragarh, xiii. 206 ; Tekalkota, xiii.

236.
Forts, Old East India Company's, at

Beliapatam (1735), ii. 240; Bezwada

(1760), ii. 331 ; Fort St. David's, iv.

162 ; Devikota, iv. 234 ; Ganjam

(1768), v. 3, 9; Fort St. George

(Madras), ix. 106, 107.
Forts and fortifications, Old Portuguese,

Bandel, ii. 57; Barkalur, ii. 156;

Bassein (Bombay), ii. 192 ; Bhatkal,

ii. 377; Cochin, iv. 12; Daman, iv.

103, 104 ; Diu, iv. 306 ; Gholghat, v.

74 ; Honawar, v. 440 ; Kandapur, vii.

398 ; Karanja, vii. 467 ; Kodungalur,

viii. 241 ; Saint Thome, ix. 104 ;

Porakad, xi. 214; Quilon, xi. 340;

Rewadanda, xii. 44 ; Vesava, xiii.

473-
Fort, Old Danish, Tranquebar, xm. 340,

341. . ..

Forts, Old Dutch, Chetvai, 111. 393;

Cochin, iv. 12; Pulicat, xi. 239;

Sadras, xii. 94 ; Tangasseri, xiii. 180.
Forts, Old French, Karikal, viii. 10;

Kavai, viii. 104; Valdavur, xiii. 461.
Foul Island, in Lower Burma, iv. 450.
Fouracres, Mr., the head of the Son

Canal works at Dehri, xiii. 54.
Fourth Buddhist Council (40 A.D.), article

' India,' vi. 147.
Fo-wei-kian-king, Chinese translation

from the Sanskrit of the ' Dying In-
structions of Buddha,' article 'India,'

vi. 141 and footnote.
Fox, The Indian, article ' India,' vi. 654.

Local notices — Found in Azamgarh, i.

393 ; Balaghat, i. 453 ; Ballia, ii. 19 ;

Baluchistan, ii. 36; Bannu, ii. 90;

Cawnpur, iii. 280 ; Chh inn ward, iii.

399 ; Cochin, iv. 2 ; Cuddapah, iv.

48 ; Dera Ismail Khan, iv. 220 ;

Dharwar, iv. 259 ; Dinajpur, iv. 291;

Firozpur, iv. 439 ; Gorakhpur, v. 165 ;

Gurgaon, v. 216 ; Gwalior, v. 229 ;

Haidarabad (Sind), v. 275 ; Himalaya

Mountains, v. 409 ; Indore, vii. 2 ;

Jalpaiguri, vii. 109 ; Jerruck, vii. 180 ;

Kaira, vii. 300 ; North Kanara, vii.

370 ; Karachi, vii. 445 ; Karnul,^ viii.

35 ; Kashmir, viii. 68 ; Kathiawar,

viii. 96 ; Khairpur, viii. 133 ; Kulu,



INDEX.



viii. 338 ; Kumaun, viii. 349 ; Lark-

hana, viii. 463 ; Madras Presidency,

ix. 89 ; Moradabad, ix. 505 ; Muzaffar-

garh, x. 58 ; Rajagriha Hills, xi. 94 ;

Peshawar, xi. 147 ; Pishin, xi. 188 ;

Punjab, xi. 259 ; Rajshahi, x. 429 ;

Rangpur, xi. 489 ; Ratnagiri, xii. 4 ;

Rawal Pindi, xii. 22 ; Shahabad, xii.

324 ; Sind, xii. 507 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30 ;

Surat, xiii. 120; Thar and Parkar,

xiii. 264 ; Upper Sind Frontier, xiii.

440 ; Wun, xiii. 539.
Fox, Rev. Mr., missionary at Masuli-

patam with Noble (1841), ix. 354.
Foxcroft, George, Governor of Madras

(1668-70), ix. 66.
France, India's foreign trade with, article

1 India,' vi. 578, 579.
Francis, Philip, his duel with Warren

Hastings at Alipur (1780), i. 180.
Franklin's Afemoir of the Geology of

Bundelkkand, quoted, iii. 1 51.
Franklin, Col., first ascended Parasnath

Hill, quoted, xi. 57.
Franks, Sir T. H., joined Sir Colin

Campbell before Lucknow (1858), viii.

515 ; his campaign in Oudh, x. 496.
Fraser, Gen., defeated Holkar and

stormed fort of Dig (1804), iv. 286.
Fraser, Col., annexed Coorg on surrender

of the Raja (1834), iv. 30, 31 ; first

political agent, Fraserpet called after,

iv. 450.
Fraser, William, Commissioner of Delhi,

murdered by Shams - ud - din Khan

(1836), iv. 448, viii. 487.
Fraserpet, town in Coorg, iv. 450.
Frederic, Caesar, Venetian traveller

to India, quoted, upon Martaban,

i. 236 ; the jewels of Burma, iii.

195 ; Hampi, v. 307 ; Honawar, v.

440 ; Mergui, ix. 408 ; Noakhali, x.

341 ; Pegu, xi. 126, 127 ; Sandwip

Island, xii. 210 ; the pearl fishery of

Tinnevelli, xiii. 308.
French possessions, iv. 450-455 ; history,

451-454; present territories, 454;

revenue and expenditure for 1883,

454, 455-
French East India Companies, and the
present French possessions in India,
article 'India,' vi. 372; French and
English in the Karnatik, the first
French war (1746-48), 378 ; capture of
Madras by the French (1746), and its
restoration to the English (1748), 379 ;
French influence in India (1798- 1800),
and intrigues with Tipu Sultan and
the Nizam of Haidarabad, 394, 395.
Local no/ices — The French at siege of
Arcot (1751), i. 309; took Bobbili
(1756), iii. 21 ; founded factory at
Calicut (1722), iii. 270; held Chaitpet



(1751-60), iii. 325 ; at Chandernagar
(1673), iii. 356, 357; took Chilambaram
(1753), iii. 412 ; took Covelong (1750),
iv. 44; took Cuddalore (1758, 1782)? iv.
46 ; at Dacca, iv. 81 ; held Devikota
(1758-60), iv. 234; settlement at
Malda, iv. 353 ; their trade with
False Point, iv. 391 ; in Guntur
(1752-76), v. 205; settlement at
Karikal, viii. 9-1 1 ; took Masulipatam
(1750), viii. 228, ix. 353, 354; took
Kondavir (1757), viii. 288 ; in Madras
Presidency, ix. 12, 13 ; held Madras
city (1746-48), ix. 103; at Saint Thome
(1672-74), ix. 104 ; settlement at Mahe,
ix. 170, 171 ; in Malabar, ix. 221 ;
at Pondicherri, xi. 198, 199 ; at Raja-
mahendri (1753-59), xi. 383 ; attacked
Settipattadai, xii. 321 ; held Valdavar,
xiii. 461 ; at Vizagapatam, xiii. 484,
485 ; defeated at Wandiwash (1760),
xiii. 518.

French Settlements, Existing, in India,
Chandernagar, iii. 356, 357 ; Karikal,
viii. 9 -11; Mahe, ix. 170, 171;
Pondicherri, xi. 198, 199 ; Yanaon,
xiii. 547, 548.

Frere, Sir Bartle, his speech on opening
railway over the Bhor Ghat, quoted, ii.
407 ; founded European school at
Karachi, the Frere Hall in his honour
there, vii. 454 ; constructed Napier
Mole at Karachi, vii. 458 ; his Com-
missionership of Sind (1851-59), xii.
526 ; introduced ten years' assessment
into the Thar, xiii. 265.

Frobisher's, Davis', Hudson's, and
Baffin's attempts to reach India by
way of the North-West passage, article
' India,' vi. 363.

Frontier District, Sind. See Upper
Sind Frontier.

Frontier trade of India, article ' India,'
vi. 585-590.

Fruits, Varieties of, article ' India,' vi.
490 ; in Afghanistan, i. 38 ; Afghan-
Turkistan, i. 55 ; Akola, i. 143 ;
Akyab, i. 156; Allahabad, i. 190;
Amherst, i. 239 ; Anantapur, i. 277 ;
South Arcot, i. 323 ; Assam, i. 362 ;
Badakshan, i. 407; Balkh, ii. 15;
Baluchistan, ii. 36 ; Bombay, iii. 81 ;
Broach, iii. 102 ; Buldana, iii. 146 ;
Upper Burma, iii. 210 ; Chengalpat,
iii. 382 ; Cherra, iii. 392 ; Chitral, iii.
432 ; Edar, iv. 337 ; Ellichpur, iv.
345 ; Ghazni, v. 72 ; Haidarabad, v.
245 ; Hanthawadi, v. 315 ; Hunza, v.
503 ; Jabalpur, vii. 33 ; Jalalabad, vii.
75 ; Jalna, vii. 107 ; Kabul, vii. 266 ;
Kandahar, vii. 391 ; Kangra, vii. 412 ;
Kashmir, viii. 71, 72 ; Khab, viii.
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viii. 354 ; Kuram, viii. 369 ; Lahore,
viii. 410 ; Lakhimpur, viii. 433 ;
Larkhana, viii. 463 ; Madras, ix. 86 ;
Manipur, ix. 331; Mergui, ix. 409;
Mishmi Hills, ix. 463 ; Muzaffargarh,
x. 57 ; Mysore, x. 103 ; Nasik, x.
232 ; Nepal, x. 276 ; Nilgiri Hills, x.
313; N.-W. Provinces, x. 381, 382;
Oudh, x. 482 ; Palni Mountains, xi.
19; Peshawar, xi. 146, 159; Prome,
xi. 232 ; Ranchi, xi. 468 ; Rangoon,
xi. 478 ; Rawal Pindi, xii. 22 ; Safed
Koh Mountains, xii. 99 ; Satara, xii.
277 ; Sawantwari, xii. 296 ; Sheila,
xii. 378 ; Shevaroy Hills, xii. 383 ;
Sikkim, xii. 486 ; Sind, xii. 520 ;
Sitapur, xiii. 35 ; Tavoy, xiii. 232 ;
Tharawadi, xiii. 273 ; Thon-gwa, xiii.
291 ; Twenty-four Parganas, xiii. 394;
Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 446;
Wellington, xiii. 536.

Fruits, Dried, exported from Afghanistan,
i. 40; Agashi, i. 58; Gujrat, v. 197;
Kandahar, vii. 391.

Frushard, Mr., first established a silk
factory at Ganutia in Birbhum, iii. 6,
v. 10; his difficulties and subsequent
prosperity, iii. 7.

Fryer, Dr., his description of Bombay
(1673), quoted, iii. 74, 75; calls
Ghorbandar, Grebondel, v. 75 ; de-
scription of Goa, v. 104 ; on the diffi-
culty of ascending the Narbada, x.
210 ; on the Jesuit College of Bandora,
xi. 61.

Fulaguri. See Phulaguri.

Fuller's earth, found in Bikaner, ii. 439 ;
Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 210; Ghazipur,
v. 69; Haidarabad (Sind), v. 286;
Jodhpur, vii. 237 ; Mallani, ix. 260 ;
Manipur, ix. 324.

Fullerton, Col., took Palghat (1783), x.
543 ; his campaign in Tinnevelli, xiii.
300 ; asserted that the Bengal Govern-
ment offered Tinnevelli to the Dutch
for 4000 soldiers, xiii. 309.

Funeral ceremonies and customs of the
Baluchis, ii. 38, 39 ; of the Hatkars,
ii. 186; of the Bhils, ii. 391 ; of the
Gonds, iii. 311; of the Daphlas, iv.
120 ; of the Garos, v. 30 ; of the
Bishnois, v. 429 ; of the Juangs, vii.
252 ; of the Siahposh Kafirs, vii. 291 ;
of the Karens, viii. 4 ; of the Khamtis,
viii. 145, 146 ; of the Khasis, viii. 175;
of the Kotas, viii. 301, 302 ; of the
Kurumbas, viii. 376 ; of the Korkus,

• ix. 404 ; of the Mikirs, ix. 437 ; of the
Miris, ix. 444, 449 ; of the Angami
Nagas, x. 149 ; of the Kukis, x. 151 ;
of the Nicobarians, x. 296 ; of the
Santals, xii. 245, 246 ; of the Chins,
xiii. 282 ; of the Nairs, xiii. 349.



Funeral mounds and ceremonies of the
Sakyas and Buddhists in ancient India,
article ' India,' vi. 178.

Furniture, Manufacture of, at Bareilly, ii.
147 ; Kotah, viii. 306 ; Ludhiana, viii.
523, 526 ; Tiimkiir, xiii. 379.

Furreedabad. See Faridabad.

Furreedcote. See Faridkot.

Furreedpore. See Faridpur.

Fytche, Gen. Albert, cleared Bassein of
dakdits, ii. 195 ; xiii. 289 ; Chief
Commissioner of British Burma ( 1867-
76), iii. 176 ; supplied materials for
article Mandalay, ix. 288-291 ; went
up the Pak-chan to Kra (1864) to
settle Burmese frontier, x. 531 ; in-
troduced Cuba tobacco into Sandoway,
xii. 203.

Fyzabad. See Faizabad.



Gab, from which glue is made, found in
the Twenty-four Parganas, xiii. 389.

Gabat, State in Bombay, iv. 456.

Gad. See Garh.

Gadadhar, river in Bengal, iv. 456.

Gadag. See Garag.

Gadawara, town and tahsil in Central
Provinces, iv. 456, 457.

Gadbas or Gadwas, corresponding to the
Kols of Rajmahal, found in Bastar, ii.
205 ; their music and dancing, iii. 308.

Gaddilam. See Garudandi.

Gadhali, .State in Bombay, iv. 457.

Gadhia, State in Kathiawar, iv. 457.

Gadhi Diibhar, village in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, iv. 457.

Gadhka, State in Bombay, iv. 457, 458.

Gadhula, State in Bombay, iv. 458.

Gadkhali, town in Bengal, iv. 458.

Gadra, town in Bombay, iv. 458.

Gadra, town in Kathiawar, iv. 458.

Gaekwar, family name of the chief of the
Maratha State of Baroda, rise of the
family, deposition of the late Gaekwar,
article ' India,' vi. 322, 323 ; 426 ;
history of the dynasty, ii. 160-164.

Gagar, range of mountains in N.-W.
Provinces, iv. 458.

Gagla, village in Bengal, iv. 458.

Gagraun, town in Rajputana, iv. 458, 459.

Gahija, town in Bombay, iv. 459.

Gahmar, town in N.-W. Provinces, iv.
459, 460.

Gahrauli. See Garhauli.

Gaibandha, Sub-division in Bengal, iv.
460.

Gajapatinagar, town and taluk in Madras,
iv. 460.

Gajendragad, town in Bombay, iv. 460.

Gajghanta, village in Bengal, iv. 460.



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

460.
Galchas, in Badakshan, i. 407.
Galena, found in Bhagalpur, ii. 344 ;

Jehlam, vii. 168 ; Monghyr, ix. 479 ;

Salwin Hill Tracts, xii. 175 ; Shwe-

gyin, xii. 430. _
Galghasia, river in Bengal, iv. 461.
Galikonda, range of hills in Madras, iv.

461.
Galley, Mr. E., first Collector of Surat

(1800), xiii. 124.
Gambat, town in Bombay, iv. 461.
Gambhar, mountain stream in Punjab,

iv. 461.
Gambila, river in Punjab, iv. 461, 462.
Gamboge, found in Amherst, i. 240 ;

S. Kanara, vii. 376 ; Shimoga, xii. 400 ;

Travancore, xiii. 334.
Ganaks, wandering Brahmans, who

practise astrology in Darrang, iv. 145 ;

Kamrup, vii. 359.
Gandai, estate in Central Provinces, iv.

462.
Gandak, Great, river in N.-W. Provinces,

iv. 462, 463.
Gandak, Little, river in N.-W. Provinces,

iv. 463.
Gandamak, Treaty of, article ' India,'

vi. 426.
Gandava, town in Baluchistan, iv. 463.



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