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treaty with Fateh Singh Gaekwar at
Baroda (1780), ii. 162 ; took Bassein
(Wasai) (1780), ii. 192; well received
in Bhopal, ii. 404 ; repulsed in the
Bhor Ghat, iii. 38 ; took Ramgarh
(1771), v. 371 ; assisted by the Nawab
of Kurai (1783), viii. 378.

Godhra, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, v. 134, 135.

Godna, town in Bengal, v. 135-137.

Godwin, Gen., relieved Pegu and defeated
the Burmese there in the second Bur-
mese war, xi. 128.

Gogha. See Gogo.

Goghat, village in Bengal, v. 137.

Gogo, town and Sub-division in Bombay,

v. 137, I38-

Gogra, river in Oudh, v. 138-140.

Gogunda, town in Rajputana, v. 140.

Gohad, town in Central India, v. 140.

Gohana, town and tahsil in Punjab, v.
140, 141.

Gohels, clan of Rajput tdlukddrs, origin-
ally from Marwar, in Ahmadabad, i.

8 9- , ., ,

Gohelwar, tract in Kathiawar, v. 141.

Goitre, prevalent in Ambala, i. 224 ;

Assam, i. 373 ; Bahraich, i. 433 ;

Bansi, ii. 101 ; Bogra, iii. 32 ; Cham-

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INDEX.



paran, iii. 344; Darjiling, iv. 139;
Darrang, iv. 150; Fakrpur, iv. 390;
Gonda, v. 154; Hazara, v. 368;
Jalpaiguri, vii. 117; Jehlam, vii. 176;
Kangra, vii. 427 ; Kashmir, viii. 76 ;
Kheri, viii. 197 ; Kuch Behar, viii.
327 ; KulUj viii. 344 ; Kumaun, viii.
357 ; Nowgong, x. 415 ; Padrauna, x.
526 ; Shahpur, xii. 367 ; Sibsagar, xii.
471 ; Simla, xii. 495 ; Sirmur, xii. 535.

Gokak, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, v. 141, 142.

Gokaru, town in Bombay, v. 142.

Gokul, town in N.-W. Provinces, v. 142.

Gola, town in N.-W. Provinces, v. 142.

Gola, town in Oudh, v. 142, 143.

Golaghat, village and Sub-division in
Assam, v. 143.

Golconda, historic fortress and city
near Haidarabad, v. 143, 144 ; dia-
monds of, article 'India,' vi. 41, 628;
Muhammadan kingdom of (15 12- 16SS),
vi. 288.

Golconda, taluk in Madras, v. 144, 145.

Gold, gold mining, and gold washing,
article 'India,' vi. 624, 625. Local
notices — Gold found in Afghanistan, i.
36 ; Alaknanda river, i. 162 ; Ambala,
i. 215; Assam, i. 348; Balaghat, i.
454, 456 ; Baluchistan, ii. 36 ; Bannu,
ii. 90 ; Betmangala, ii. 327 ; Bhairabi,
river, ii. 356; Bonai, iii. 85, 87;
Lower Burma, iii. 201, 202 ; Upper
Burma, iii. 211 ; Champaran, iii. 337 ;
Chanda, iii. 349 ; Cochin, iv. 2 ;
Coorg, iv. 32 ; Darrang, iv. 142 ;
Devala, iv. 231 ; Dharwar, iv. 258 ;
Gangpur, iv. 478 ; Garhwal v. 22 ;
Gilghit, v. 79,80; Heggadadevankot,
v. 382 ; Henzada, v. 384 ; the Hima-
laya Mountains, v. 412; the Hindu
Kush, v. 417; Hoshiarpur, v. 452;
Jashpur, vii. 145 ; Jehlam, vii. 167,
175 ; South Kanara, vii. 376 ; Kangra,
vii. 412 ; Kashmir, viii. 67 ; the
Kauriala river, viii. 103; Kolar (mines),
viii. 273 ; Lakhimpur, viii. 427 ; Lohar-
daga, viii. 476, 477 ; Madras, ix. 5, 6 ;
Madura, ix. 122; Mandi, ix. 29S ;
Mergui, ix. 407 ; Mysore, x. 92, 107,
114; Peshawar, xi. 146 ; Rabkob
(mines), xi. 340; Rawal Pindi, xii.
22 ; Salem, xii. 153 ; Sambalpur, xii.
179; Seoni, xii. 309; Shwe-gyin, xii.
430 ; Sibsagar, xii. 460 ; Singhbhum,
xii. 531 ; the Subansiri river, xiii. 84;
Talcher, xiii. 164 ; Tavoy, xiii. 228 ;
Tumkiir, xiii. 376 ; Udaipur (Bengal),
xiii. 411, 412; the Wainad, xiii. 510-
512.

Gold and silver, Imports of, article
'India,' vi. 562, 568, 569.

Goldingham, Mr., first astronomer at



the Madras Observatory (1792), article
' India,' vi. 117.

Goldsmid, Gen. Sir F. J., spells Khelat,
Kalat, viii. 188; quoted, on the history
of Shikarpur, xii. 386-390.

Goldsmith caste in Madras, article 'India,'
vi. 196.

Goldsmiths' and jewellers' work, etc.,
article 'India,' vi. 605, 606. Local
notices — Ahmadabad, i. 87, 96 ; Allah-
abad, i. 199 ; Assam, i. 367 ; Auras,
i. 388 ; Bara, ii. 105 ; Bard wan, ii.
132; Benares, ii. 266; Bombay, iii.
60 ; Lower Burma, iii. 198 ; Upper
Burma, iii. 218 ; Chittagong, iii. 441 ;
Cutch (silver), iv. 62 ; Dabha (silver
snuff-boxes), iv. 76 ; Dacca, iv. 86 ;
Delhi, iv. 197 ; Ghatampur Kalan, v.
57 ; Goalpara, v. 117 ; Gopamau
(silver thumb -mirrors), v. 163; Guj-
ranwala, v. 187; Gujrat (gold inlaid
with iron), v. 197 ; Haidarabad (Sind),
v. 288 ; Jaipur, vii. 53 ; Kangra, vii.
430 ; Kashmir, viii. 74 ; Khairpur,
viii. 135, 137; Khasi Hills, viii. 178;
Kishangarh, viii. 224 ; Lucknow, viii.
516; Madras, ix. 54; Makhi, ix. 215;
Mandalay, ix. 290 ; Maulmain, ix.
371; Mauranwan, ix. 374; Nasik, x.
233 ; Nowgong, x. 412 ; Panipat
(silver beads), xi. 47 ; Partabgarh
(Rajputana), xi. 77 ; Poona, xi. 209,
213 ; Rampur, xi. 459 ; Rasulabad, xi.
516; Rohri, xii. 68; Saharanpur, xii.
'122; Sarai Saleh, xii. 250; Sujanpur
Tira, xiii. 89; Susumau, xiii. 139;
Tando Muhammad Khan, xii. 178 ;
Tanjore, xiii. 196 ; Tipperah, xiii.
319 ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 364, 365 ;
Tumkiir, xiii. 379 ; Vizagapatam
(silver), xiii. 494, 498.

Gold and silver lace, wire, thread, twist,
etc. See Embroidery.

Gold, Cloth of. See Brocade.

Gold inlaid work. See Enamelling.

Gollagudem, village in Madras, v. 145.

Gollars, tribe of wandering jugglers in
Dharwar, iv. 260.

Golugonda. See Golconda.

Gomal. See Gumal.

Gomeswara, Colossal statue of, at Shra-
van-belgola, Mysore, xii. 425.

Gomukh Swami, a devotee, his sanctity
and temple at Umarkher, xiii. 420.

Gonda, District of Oudh, v. 145-154;
physical aspects, 145-147 ; history,
147-150; population, 150, 151; agri-
culture, 151 - 153 ; communications,
trade, commerce, 153; administration,
153, 154; medical aspects.

Gonda, tahsilm. Oudh, v. 154.

Gonda, pargand in Oudh, v. 155, 156.

Gonda, town in Oudh, v. 156, 157.



INDEX.



131



Gondal, State in Kathiawar, v. 157.

Gondal, town in Kathiawar, v. 158.

Gond-umri, estate in Central Provinces,
v. 158.

Gonds, aboriginal tribe in the Central
Provinces, article 'India,' vi. 55, 71,
187, 189. Local notices, in Ath-
mallik, i. 378 ; Balaghat, i. 455 ;
Balasor, ii. 6 ; Bamra, ii. 42 ; Bastar,
ii. 205 ; Betul, ii. 330 ; Bhandara, ii.
362 ; Bilaspur, ii. 449 ; Bonai, iii. 86 ;
a few in Borasambar, iii. 89 ; the first
colonists of Bundelkhand, iii. 154 ; in
Central India, iii. 295 ; in the Central
Provinces, their origin and history, iii.
305-307 5 their tribes, iii. 307, 308 ;
their appearance, manners, and customs,
iii. 308, 309 ; their religion, iii. 309-
311 ; in Champaran, iii. 338 ; in
Chanda, iii. 349, 351 ; Chang Bhakar,
iii. 367 ; their chiefs in Chhindwara
helped Apa Sahib (1818), iii. 399;
their numbers in Chhindwara, iii. 400 ;
Chichgarh, iii. 408 ; in the Chutia
Nagpur Tributary States, iii. 462, 463,
464 ; in Cuttack, iv. 69 ; Damoh, iv.
109, no, in ; Dawa, iv. 162; Ghes,
v. 73 ; Haidarabad State, v. 247 ;
Hoshangabad, v. 445 ; Indore, vii. 3 ;
Jabalpur, vii. 32 ; Keunjhar, viii. 120 ;
Khajri, viii. 139; Kharsal, viii. 168;
Korea, viii. 297; Lalitpur, viii. 451;
Lohardaga, viii. 480 ; Loisinh, viii.
488 ; Machida, viii. 535 ; Maihar, ix.
189; Manbhum, ix. 280; Mandla, ix.
303 ; Nagpur, x. 169 ; Narsinghpur,
x. 220 ; Nimar, x. 332 ; Orissa, x.
436 ; Orissa Tributary States, x. 472 ;
Pal Lahara, xi. 13 ; Panabaras, xi. 24 ;
Panna, xi. 50; Patna State, xi. 116;
Purara, xi. 299 ; their legends, history,
and organization in Raipur, xi. 368,
369; their numbers there, xi. 371 ; in
Rajoli, xi. 391 ; Rewa, xii. 48; Sagar,
xii. 104 ; Sambalpur, xii. 182 ; Saran,
xii. 253 ; Sarguja, xii. 267 ; Seoni, xii.
311; Shahabad, xii. 327 ; Singhbhum,
xii. 536 ; Sohawal, xiii. 47 ; Wardha,
xiii. 525 ; Wun, xiii. 541 ; their pecu-
liarities there, xiii. 542.

Gonds, Dynasties of the, seated at Ballal-
pur, ii. 17 ; of Kherla, seated at Betul,
ii. 329 ; in the Central Provinces, iii.
301, 302 ; of Deogarh, iv. 202, 203 ;
of Garha Mandla, v. 12, ix. 301, 302.

Gondwana. See Central Provinces.

Gondwana, Geology of, article 'India,'
vi. 635, 636.

Gonikoppal, township in Coorg, v. 158.

Gonzales, Sebastian, Portuguese adven-
turer, became a prince in Arakan, i.
152 ; at Sandwip Island, iii. 173 ;
chief of the Portuguese pirates in Noak-



hali (1609), his power and policy,

x. 342.
Goomsar. See Gumsar.
Goona, tract in Central India, v. 158,

159.

Goona, town in Central India, v. 159,
160.

Gooty, town and taluk in Madras, v.
160, 161.

Gopalganj, town in Bengal, v. 161.

Gopalgarh, town in Rajputana, v. 161.

Gopalnagar, town in Bengal, v. 161.

Gopalpur, town in Madras, v. 161, 162.

Gopalswami-betta, peak in Mysore, v.
162.

Gopamau, town and pargand in Oudh, v.
162, 163.

Gora, town in N.-W. Provinces, v. 163.

Gorabazar, town in Bengal, v. 163.

Goraghat, historic town in Bengal, v.
163.

Gorai. See Garal.

Gorakhpur, District in N.-W. Provinces,
v. 164-172 ; physical aspects, 164,
165; history, 165-167; population,
167, 168 ; village communities, 168,
169; agriculture, 169, 170; natural
calamities, 170 ; commerce and trade,
170, 171; administration, 171, 172;
sanitary aspects, 172.

Gorakhpur, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,
v. 172.

Gorakhpur, city in N.-W. Provinces, v.
172, 173- .

Gordon, Major, defeated the mutineers at
Bisauli (1858), iii. 119.

Gordon, R., believes the Tsan-pu to be
the Irawadi, iii. 94, vii. 19; his in-
vestigations into the discharge of the
Irawadi, vii. 21, 22.

Gorhjhamar, tahsil in Central Provinces,

v. 173. ,
Gori-bidniir, village in Mysore, v. 173.
Goriganga, river in N.-W. Provinces, v.

173.

Gorinda Parsandan, pargand in Oudh,

Gosainganj, town in Oudh, v. 173, 174.

Gosainganj. See Ahankaripur.

Gossner, Bavarian missionary, founded
the Chutia Nagpur mission (1844), viii.
481.

Gostanadi, river in Madras, v. 174.

Gosthani, river in Madras, v. 174.

Gotardi, State in Bombay, v. 174.

Gough, Lord, battles of Chilanwala and
Gujrat, article ' India,' vi. 412, 413.
Local notices — Battle of Chilianwala
(1849), m - 4 X 4> 415 5 battle of Firoz-
shah (1845), iv. 449 ; victory of Gujrat
(1849), v - I 9°> his encampment at
Hingona during the negotiations of
1843, v. 423 ; victory of Maharajpur



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INDEX.



(1843), ix - l6 6; battle of Mudki
(1845), i x - 5 2 § 5 his second Sikh cam-
paign, xi. 266 ; engagement at Ram-
nagar (1848), xi. 452 ; victory of
Sobraon (1846), xiii. 45.

Gough, Sir Charles, his junction with
Sir Frederick Roberts at Kabul (1879),
vii. 274.

Governors, Governors-General, and Vice-
roys of India (1757 -1885), article
'India,' vi. 384.

Govind, the tenth Sikh guru, organized
the Sikhs into a military common-
wealth, i. 256, xi. 262, 263.

Govindgarh, fortress in Punjab, v. 174.

Govindpur, Sub-division in Bengal, v. 175.

Govvan, Col., Commissioner of Kumaun
(1835), viii. 351.

Gowdie, Major, took Rayakottai (1791),
xii. 40.

Gowhatty. See Gauhati.

Grain-trade, Centres of, Agra, i. 76 ;
Ambala, i. 226 ; Cawnpur, iii. 293 ;
Deori, iv. 205 ; English Bazar, iv.
253 ; Gadawara, iv. 457 ; Ghaziabad,
v. 61; Gold (N.-W. P.), v. 142;
Gorakhpur, v. 173 ; Gujrat, v. 197 ;
Isakapalli, vii. 24 ; Jabalpur, vii. 37 ;
Khamgaon, viii. 143 ; Ludhiana, viii.
526; Mirpur Batoro, ix. 451; Nar-
singhpur, x. 224 ; Nawabganj, x. 248 ;
Nur Mahal, x. 418 ; Pambam, xi. 23 ;
Patna, xi. ill; Raipur, xi. 378 ;
Rajanpur, xi. 384 ; Ramnagar, xi.
452; Rampur (N.-W. P.), xi. 460;
Rawal Pindi, xii. 38 ; Rehli, xii. 42 ;
Rewari, xii. 56 ; Rupar, xii. 83 ;
Rusera, xii. 87 ; Saadatganj, xii. 87 ;
Sirsa, xiii. 20 ; Soron, xiii. 67 ; Tala-
gang, xiii. 162 ; Tirupatur, xiii. 327 ;
Tumsar, xiii. 382 ; Turtipar, xiii. 385 ;
Tuticorin, xiii. 386 ; Umarpur, xiii.
421 ; Wardha, xiii. 527 ; Zamaniah,
xiii. 560.

Gram. See Pulses.

Gramang, village in Punjab, v. 175.

Gra7iimar of the Sindhi Language, by Dr.
E. Trumpp, quoted, article ' India,'

vi- 335-

Granary, The Government, at Patna

(1754), xi. 109.
' Grand Army,' The, of Aurungzeb, and

its twenty years' campaign in the

Deccan, article ' India,' vi. 308, 309.
' Grand Trunk Road,' The, article

' India,' vi. 550.
Grandpre's description of old Calcutta,

quoted, iii. 243, 244.
Granite, found or quarried, Anantapur,

i. 273 ; Aravalli Hills, i. 307 ; Assam,

i. 347 ; Badarsa, i. 408 ; Banda, ii.

46; Belgaum, ii. 231; Bhandara, ii.

360 ; Birbhum, iii. I ; Bundelkhand,



iii. 151 ; Chengalpat, iii. 381 ; Cochin,
iv. 2 ; Coorg, iv. 31 ; Dalhousie, iv.
97 ; the Deccan, iv. 165 ; the Dhaola
Dhar, iv. 245 ; Dubrajpur, iv. 318 ;
the Ghats, v. 60 ; Girvvan, v. 87 ;
Goalpara, v. 112; Gooty, v. 160;
Haidarabad State, v. 230 ; Hassan, v.
346 ; Hindu Rush, v. 417 ; Hoshanga-
bad, v. 442 ; Jabalpur, vii. 30 ; Jaipur,
vii. 51 ; Jashpur, vii. 145 ; Jhansi, vii.
216; Jodhpur, vii. 236; Kaira, vii.
300 ; North Kanara, vii. 369 ; South
Kanara, vii. 375 ; Kathiawar, viii.
89 ; Kolar, viii. 273 ; Kumaun, viii.
349 ; Kyaik-ti-yo, viii. 383 ; Madras,
ix. 4; Madura, ix. 121 ; Mandar Hill,
ix. 292 ; Mandla, ix. 300 ; Manipur,
ix. 324 ; Mergui Islands, ix. 412 ;
Mysore State, x. 91, District, x. 114;
Nadol, x. 142 ; Nagari, x. 157 ; Panch
Mahals, xi. 29 ; Punganur, xi. 243 ;
Rewa Kantha, xii. 49 ; St. Thomas'
Mount, xii. 143 ; Salem, xii. 153 ;
Sankaridrug, xii. 293 ; Secunderabad,
xii. 302 ; Sirmur, xiii. 553 ; Sirdhi,
xiii. 2 ; Sultanganj, xiii. 95 ; Nat-taung
Mountains, xiii. 220 ; Tavoy, xiii. 228 ;
Tharawadi, xiii. 271 ; Tinnevelli, xiii.
298 ; Udaipur, xiii. 401 ; Wairagarh,
xiii. 513; Walaja, xiii. 515. See also
Quarries.

Grant, Charles, rescued Old Mission
Church of Calcutta, iii. 252.

Grant, Sir Charles, quoted, on the
appearance of the Central Provinces,
iii. 298.

Grant, Sir Hope, defeated the mutineers
at Shamsabad (1858), iii. 119; at
Nawabganj, x. 248; at Biswan (1858),
xiii. 33.

Grant, J., quoted, on Rajshahi in 1 786,
xi. 429, 430.

Grant, Sir John Peter, Lieut. -Governor
of Bengal (1859-62), ii. 279.

Grant Duff, his History of the Mardthds,
quoted, article ' India,' vi., chap. xii.
PP- 3 I 7S 2 3 (footnotes, passim) ; tutor
to Raja of Satara (1818-22), xii. 278.

Grant Duff, Sir M. E. G., Governor of
Madras (1881-86), ix. 67.

Grapes, grown in Afghanistan, i. 38
Akola, i. 143 ; Baluchistan, ii. 36
Chini, iii. 417; Chitral, iii. 432.
Ellichpur, iv. 345 ; Daulatabad, v.
245 ; Hasilpur, v. 344 ; Jalgaon-Jum-
bod, vii. 106 ; Kandahar, vii. 391 ;
Kangra, vii. 412 ; Karachi, vii. 452 ;
Kashmir, viii. 71, 72; Khab, viii. 121 ;
Kunawar, viii. 361 ; Nasik, x. 232 ;
Nilgiri Hills, x. 313 ; Penukonda, xi.
135; Peshawar, xi. 146; Poona, xi.
207, 208 ; Sind, xii. 520 ; Jacobabad
on the Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 446.



INDEX,



Graphite, found in Lower Burma, iii.
201 ; Coorg, iv. 32 ; Madura, ix.

121.

Gray, A., on the Maldive Islands,
quoted, ix. 250.

Greathed, General Sir E. H., defeated
mutineers, and relieved siege of Agra
fort (1857), i. 70; defeated mutineers
at Bulandshahr (1857), iii. 134;
marched through Cawnpur (1857), iii.
283, 291 ; occupied Dadri (1857), iv.
93 ; destroyed fort of Malagarh, ix.
256 ; relieved siege of Sikandarabad
(1857), xii. 478.

Greek influence on Indian art and archi-
tecture, article 'India,' vi. 112; 170,
171.

Greeks in India, The (327 to 161 B.C.),
article 'India,' vi., chap. vi. pp.
163-173. Early Greek writers, 163 ;
Megasthenes, the Greek Ambassador
to the Court of Chandra Gupta, 163,
164 ; Alexander the Great's expedition
to India, 163-166 ; his defeat of Porus,
164, 165 ; his advance through the
Punjab and Sind, 165, 166; cities
founded by Alexander, 164, 165 ;
results of his Indian expedition, 166;
Greek military settlements, 166 ; ces-
sion of the Punjab and Sind to Chan-
dra Gupta by Seleukos, 167 ; Megas-
thenes' embassy to Chandra Gupta's
Court, 163, 164 ; 167 ; the India of
Megasthenes, 168-170 ; ancient petty
Indian kingdoms, 170; Indo-Greek
treaty (256 B.C.), 170; later Greek
invasions of India, 170; Greek in-
fluence on Indian art, 112; 170, 171;
Greek and Hindu types of sculpture,
171 ; Greeks in Bengal, 172 ; Greek
survivals in India, 172 ; the Yavanas,
172, 173. For local notices, ^^Alex-
ander, Arrian, and Megasthenes.

Green, Sir W. H. R., his mission to
Khelat, ii. 32 ; his article in the Ency-
clopedia Britannica, used for Balu-
chistan, ii. 27.

Gressly, Capt., his report on Shorapur
(1841), xii. 423.

Grey, Sir John, defeated the Marathas at
Mangor, ix. 316; at Panniar (1843),
xi. 51.

Grey, Sir William, Lieut. -Governor of
Bengal (1867-71), ii. 279.

Gribble, Mr., quoted, on the Gandikot
fort, iv. 464 ; on the Palkonda Hills,
xi. II ; on the Yellamala Hills, xiii.

552, 553-
Griffin, Sir Lepel, quoted, on the famine

of 1783 in Patiala, xi. 89.
Griffiths, Dr., visited the Mishmi Hills

(1836), ix. 463 ; his description of a

Mishmi house, ix. 464.



Growse, Mr., his Mathurd referred to,

x. 53-
Growth of trading and industrial cities
under the English, article ' India, vi.

556, 557-

Guaranteed railways, I he eight great
lines of, article ' India,' vi. 546, 547.

Guasuba, river in Bengal, y. 175.

Guavas, grown in Allahabad, i. 190;
Baluchistan, ii. 36; Broach, iii. 102;
Buldana, iii. 146 ; Upper Burma, iii.
210; Ellichpur, iv. 345; Kangra, yii.
412; Karachi, vii. 452; Lahore, viii.
410 ; Mergui, ix. 409 ; Nasik, x. 232 ;
N.-W. Provinces, x. 381 ; Oudh, x.
482 ; Satara, xii. 277 ; Shcvaroy
Hills, xii. 383 ; Sitapur, xiii. 35 ;
Tavoy, xiii. 232.

Gubbi, town in Mysore, v. 175, 176.

Gubbins, Mr., president of the council
for the defence of the Residency at
Lucknow (1857), viii. 513.

Gudahir, pass in Madras, v. 176.

Giidalur, town in Madras, v. 176.

Gudiatham, town and taluk in Madras,
v. 176, 177.

Gudibanda, village and taluk in Mysore,
v. 177.

Gudiwara, village and taluk in Madras,
v. 177.

Gudur, taluk in Madras, v. 177.

Gudur, town in Madras, v. 177, 178.

Gudur, town in Madras, v. 178.

Gugera, town and tahsil in Punjab, v.
178.

Guindy, village in Madras, v. 178.

Guinea-worm, prevalent in Ahmadnagar,
i. 107 ; Ajmere-Merwara, i. 131 ; Bik-
aner, ii. 439 ; Cutch, iv. 64 ; Damoh,
iv. 113; Firozpur, iv. 446; Plaidara-
bad (State), v. 243 ; Jaisalmer, yii. 66;
Jehlam, vii. 176; Jodhpur, vii. 240;
Kaladgi, vii. 340; Nellore, x. 271;
Shahpur, xii. 367 ; Sholapur, xii.
419.

Gujainli, village in Punjab, v. 178.

Gujar Khan, tahsil in Punjab, v. 178,
179.

Gujarat, Province in Bombay, v. 179.

Gujars, Muhammadan class, generally
cattle graziers, important in Ajmere-
Merwara, i. 124; Ambala, i. 218;
Bulandshahr, iii. 137 ; graze their
cattle in Chamba, iii. 329 ; their in-
surrection in Dehra Dun (1824), iv.
172; Delhi, iv. 182; Dholpur, iv.
274, 275; Gujrat, v. 189, 191, 192;
Gurdaspur, v. 209 ; Hazara, v. 361,
363, 364; Hoshiarpur, v. 454, 455;
plundered Husainpur during the Mutiny,
v. 503 ; in Jehlam a thriving class, vii.
170; in the Kagan valley, vii. 293;
Karnal, viii. 23 ; Khandesh, viii. 154;



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Kotaha, viii. 309 ; Landaura, viii.
459; Ludhiana, viii. 521; Meerut,
ix. 386; Muzaffarnagar, x. 71 ; Raj-
putana, xi. 408, 410 ; Rawal Pindi,
xii. 22, 27 ; Rohtak, xii. 72 ; Saharan-
pur, xii. 118, 119; Sialkot, xii. 444.
Gujar Singh, Sikh General of the Bhanji
Confederacy, conquered Firozpur
(1763), iv. 440; defeated the Ghak-
kars and conquered Gujrat (1765)? v -
190 ; improved the fort of Gujrat, v.
196 ; by his victory over the Ghakkars
won also Jehlam, vii. 169 ; and Rawal
Pindi, xii. 24.
Gujranwala, District in Punjab, v. 179-
187; physical aspects, 179, 180; his-
tory, 180-182; population, 182-184;
agriculture, 184, 185 ; commerce and
trade, 185, 186 ; administration, 186 ;
sanitary aspects, 186, 187.
Gujranwala, town and tahsil in Punjab,

v. 187.
Gujrat, District in Punjab, v. 188-195 ;
physical aspects, 188, 189; history,
1 89- 19 1 ; population, 191, 192 ; agri-
culture, 193, 194 ; commerce and
trade, 194 ; administration, 194, 195 ;
medical aspects, 195.
Gujrat, tahsil m Punjab, v. 195, 196.
Gujrat, town in Punjab, v. 196, 197 ;

battle of, article ' India,' vi. 413.
Gulariha, town in Oudh, v. 197.
Guledgarh, town in Bombay, v. 197.
Guleri. See Gumal.
Gulikalmala, hill in Madras, v. 197.
Guma, Dwar in Assam, v. 197, 198.
Guma, village in Punjab, v. 198.
Gumal, pass from Punjab into Afghani-
stan, v. 198.
Gumani, river in Bengal, v. 198.
Gumani, river in N. Bengal, v. 198.
Gumar. See Guma.
Gum-arabic, found in Nimar, x. 334.
Gumgaon, town in Central Provinces, v.

198.
Gumnayakan-palya, village and taluk in

Mysore, v. 198, 199.
Gums, found in Akola, i. 143 ; Anamalai
Hills, i. 271; Basim, ii. 184; Bhan-
dara, ii. 361, 365 ; Bombay, iii. 45 ;
Buldana, iii. 143 ; Bundi, iii. 157 ;
Cochin, iv. 2 ; Dungarpur, iv. 322 ;
Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 210 ; Gaya, v.
44 ; Haidarabad, v. 245 ; Henzada,
v. 384 ; Jabalpur, viii. 23 > Kamrup,
vii. 355 ; South Kanara, vii. 376 ;
Ranker, vii. 434 ; Kawardha, viii.
106 ; Lalitpur, viii. 447 ; Makrai, ix.
215; Malabar, ix. 229; the Melghat,
ix. 403 ; Monghyr, ix. 480, 481 ;
Nimar, x. 334; N.-W. Provinces, x.
380 ; Nowgong, x. 407 ; Rawal Pindi,
xii. 22 ; Rewa, xii. 46 ; Sakti, xii.



148 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30 ; Surgana, xiii.
136 ; Tavoy, xiii. 229 ; Wardha, xiii.
526 ; Wun, xiii. 543.

Gumsur, town and taluk in Madras, v.
199.

Gumti, river in Oudh, v. 199, 200.

Gumti, river in Bengal, v. 200, 201.

Guna Agency, tract in Central India, v.
201.

Giinas, pass in Punjab, v. 201.

Gun-carriage, factory at Fatehgarh, iv.
420, 421.

Gund, hill in Punjab, v. 201.

Gundamorla Bar, sea-opening in Nellore
District, Madras, v. 201.

Gundar, river in Madras, v. 201.

Gundardihi, estate in Central Provinces,
v. 201.

Gundiali, State in Bombay, v. 202.

Gundlakamma, river in Madras, v. 202.

Gundlamau, pargand in Oudh, v. 202.

Gundlupet, village and taluk in Mysore,
v. 202, 203.

Gundwa, pargand in Oudh, v. 203.

Gun foundries, Cossipur, iv. 44 ; Man-
dalay, ix. 291. See Arsenals.

Guni, taluk in Bombay, v. 203, 204.

Gunnaur, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, v. 204.

Gunny-bags, Exports of, article ' India,'
vi. 576; 614-616.

Gunny-bags, manufactured, at Barsoi, ii.
177 ; in Bengal, ii. 308 ; Dinajpur, iv.
294, 295 ; Hassan, v. 350 ; Narsipur,
x. 225 ; Pabna, x. 517 ; Pulikonda, xi.
240 ; Purniah, xi. 328 ; Rayachoti, xii.
39 ; Wardha, xiii. 527 ; Wun, xiii.
544. See also Jute.

Gunpowder, made by the Hazaras, i. 43.

Gunther, Dr., his Study of Fishes, re-
ferred to, ix. 96.

Guntiir, taluk in Madras, v. 204.

Guntur, town in Madras, v. 204, 205.

Gupta, ancient Indian dynasty in N. India
(319-470 A.D.), their struggle with and
overthrow by an invasion of Scythians
or White Huns, article ' India,' vi. 182.
Local notices — Their capital at Kanauj,
iv. 410 ; inscriptions at Bhitu in Ghazi-
pur, v. 62 ; ruled over Kathiawar,
viii. 90; Multan, x. 4; N.-W. Pro-
vinces, x. 362, 362. See also Chandra
Gupta.

Guptasar, sacred cave in Bengal, v. 205.
Gtiral, The, or Himalayan chamois, found
in Kashmir, viii. 68 ; Kumaun, viii.

349-
Gurdaspur, District in Punjab, v. 205-
213 ; physical aspects, 205-207 ; his-
tory. 207-209 ; population, 209, 210 ;
condition and occupation of the people,
210 ; agriculture, 210-212 ; natural
calamities, 212 ; commerce, etc. ;



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administration, 213 ; medical aspects,
213.

Gurdaspur, ta/isil in Punjab, v. 213, 214.

Gurdaspur, town in Punjab, v. 214.

Gurdit Singh, Sikh Raja of Ladwa, took
Karnal from George Thomas (1795),
but had to surrender it to the Company
(1805), vii. 21.

Gurgaon, District in Punjab, v. 214-223 ;
physical aspects, 215, 216; history,
216, 217 ; population, 217, 218 ; gene-
ral condition and occupation of the
people, 218-220 ; agriculture, 220, 221 ;
natural calamities, 221 ; commerce and
trade, 221 ; administration, 222, 223 ;
medical aspects, 223.

Gurgaon, tahsil in Punjab, v. 223.

Gurgaon, town in Punjab, v. 223, 224.

Gurgchha, town in Central India, v.

3 2 4-

Gurha. See Gharra.

Guriattam. See Gudiatham.

Gurjipara, village in Bengal, v. 224.

Gurkha, village in Nepal, v. 224.

Gurkhas, The, or Nepalis, their services
during the Mutiny, article ' India,' vi.
421. Local notices — Conquered Dehra
Dun (1803), iv. 171 ; overran Dhami,
iv. 239; conquered Garhwal (1803),
v. 18 ; recovered Gorakhpur District
from the mutineers (Jan. 1858), v. 167 ;
overran Hindur, v. 420 ; defeated the
Katochis at Mahal Mori (1806), but
were driven out of Kangra by Ranjit
Singh (1809), vii. 416; invaded Kumaun
(1790), but were expelled by the Eng-
lish (18 1 5), viii. 351 ; failed to conquer
Kunawar, viii. 362 ; conquered Mahlog,
ix. 181 ; invaded the Sikhs (1788, 1792),
and in 1792 were defeated by the
Chinese, xii. 484, 485 ; their capture of
Sicakot, xii. 550 ; conquered Sirmur
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