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'India,' vi. 374 (footnote).

History of the French in India, by Colonel
Malleson, article 'India,' vi. 379 (foot-
note).

History of the Mardthds, by James Grant-
Duff, quoted, article 'India,' vi. chap,
xii. pp. 317-324, footnotes, passim.

History of the Mardthds, by E. Scott
Waring, quoted, article ' India, ' vi.
317 (footnote 1).

Hiuen Tsiang, Chinese Buddhist pilgrim,
article ' India,' vi. 2 ; 155 and footnote;
156, 157 ; 178, 179 ; 182. local
notices — Either visited, is quoted upon,
or referred to, on Afghanistan, i. 49 ;
Afghan - Turkistan, i. 56 ; Ajanta, i.
in; Ajodya, i. 134; Allahabad, i.
186, 196 ; Ambala, i. 216 ; Amravati,
i. 252 ; Andhra, i. 287 ; Asarur, i. 337 ;
Atranji Khera, i. 380 ; Kankanhalli, ii.
60 ; Benares, ii. 263 ; Bengal, ii. 275 ;
Bezwada, ii. 336 ; Bijnaur, ii. 427 ;
Broach, iii. 113 ; Buddh Gaya, iii. 126 ;
Buddhain, iii. 127 ; Charsadda, iii.
373 ; Chaul, iii. 376 ; Chola, iii. 455 ;
Conjevaram, iv. 26 ; Taxila, iv. 270 ;
Ghazipur, v. 63 ; Gorakhpur, v. 165 ;
mentions Tse-kia (Taki) as capital of
the Punjab, v. 180; Mayapur, v. 331 ;
Hasan Abda.1, v. 342 ; Tandwa in
Ikauna, v. 507 ; Jalandhar, vii. 85, 91 ;
on the people of the Chalukyan king-
dom, vii. 316; Kalinga, vii. 328, 329;



Kankanapalli, vii. 434 ; Kasia, viii.
79 ; Kasipur, viii. 82, 350 ; Katas, viii.
87 ; Kathiawar, viii. 90 ; Khajurahu,
viii. 140 ; Kosala, viii. 299 ; Kulu,
viii. 338 ; Ladakh, viii. 399 ; Lahore,
viii. 405, 415; Lahul, viii. 420;
Maharashtra, ix. 166 ; Mandawar, ix.
292 ; Manikiala, ix. 320 ; Masiir, ix.
350 ; Multan, x. 4 ; Muttra, x. 53 ;
his journeys in the N.-W. Provinces,
x. 363 ; Patna, xi. 107 ; Patti, xi. 117 ;
Pashkalavati, xi. 147 ; in the Punjab,
xi. 260; Rajagriha, xi. 380, 381;
Rangamati, xi. 469 ; Sahet Mahet
(Sravasti), x. 484, xii. 128; Sakala,
vii. 207, xii. 214; Sankisa, xii. 223;
Sa.rna.th, xii. 270 ; Sherkot, xii. 424,
vii. 207 ; Srughna, viii. 375, xiii. 87,
88; Tamliik, ix. 425, xiii. 171;
Thanesvvar, xiii. 260 ; Wadali, xiii.
505 ; Wadnagar, xiii. 507.
Hiwarkhed, town in Amraoti, Berar, v.

434-
Hiwarkher, town in Akola, Berar, v. 434.
Hlaing, township in Lower Burma, v.

434, 435-

Hlaing, river of Burma, v. 435, 436.

Hlaing-bwe, river of Burma, v. 436.

Hmaw-bi, Sub-division in Burma, v. 436.

Hmaw-bi, [township in Burma, v. 436,437.

Hobart, Lord (1), Governor of Madras
(1794-98), ix. 67.

Hobart, Lord (2), Governor of Madras
(1872-75), ix. 67 ; buried in St. Mary's
Church, Madras, ix. 107.

Hocho, river in Kashmir, v. 437.

Hodal, town in Punjab, v. 437, 438.

Hodgson, Mr. B. H., on the Chakmas,
iii. 449 ; lived at Darjiling, iv. 132 ;
says Kochs merely name of Hinduized
Mechs, iv. 332 ; his oceanic theory of
the Himalaya Mountains, v. 403 ;
quoted, on the Himalayas, v. 404, 407,
408, 409 ; on the tribes of the
Himalayas, v. 413; the chief authority
on Nepal, x. 274.

Hoey, Mr. W., his account of the ruins
at Sahet Mahet, quoted, xii. 126-129.

Hog, The wild, article ' India,' vi. 656,
657. Local notices — Wild hogs common
in Ajmere, i. 119; Akola, i. 141;
Allahabad, i. 185 ; Amritsar, i. 255 ;
Anantapur, i. 274; North Arcot, i. 312;
South Arcot, i. 320 ; Azamgarh, i. 393 ;
Ballia, ii. 19 ; Banda, ii. 47 ; Bankura,
ii. 79 ; Bannu, ii. 90 ; Bara Banki,
ii. 106 ; Basim, ii. 184 ; Belgaum,
ii. 232 ; Bellary, ii. 241 ; Bhandara,
ii. 361 ; Bhutan, ii. 414 ; Bogra, iii.
26 ; Broach, iii. 102 ; Budaun, iii. 1 17;
Bulandshahr, iii. 132 ; Buldana, iii.
J 43 5 Upper Burma, iii. 212; Cachar,
iii. 234; Cambay, iii. 271; Cawnpur,



INDEX.



*47



iii. 280 ; Chamba, iii. 328 ; Chengalpat,
iii. 3S2 ; Chhindwara, iii. 399 ; Chital-
driig, iii. 423 ; Chittagong, iii. 435 ;
Coimbatore, iv. 15 ; Cuddapah, iv. 48;
Cutch, iv. 60; Darbhangah, iv. 123;
Darjiling, iv. 131 ; Dera Ghazi Khan,
iv. 210; Dharwar, iv. 259; Dinajpur,
iv. 291 ; Eastern Dwars, iv. 329 ;
Etawah, iv. 370 ; Faizabad, iv. 381 ;
Faridpur, iv. 397 ; Fatehpur, iv. 423 ;
Gaya, v. 45 ; Godavari, v. 123 ; Gonda,
v. 147; Goona, v. 159; Gorakhpur,
v. 165; Gwalior, v. 229; Haidarabad
(Sind), v. 275; Hamirpur, v. 298;
Hissar, v. 427 ; Jalpaiguri, vii. 109 ;
Jhang, vii. 206 ; Kadur, vii. 283 ; Kaira,
vii. 300; Kaladgi, vii. 315; Kamrup,
vii. 355 ; North Kanara, vii. 370 ;
South Kanara, vii. 2>77 ; Kangra, vii.
413 ; Karniil, viii. 35 ; Kathiawar, viii.
96; Khairpur, viii. 133; Kolar, viii.
273 ; Kulu, viii. 338 ; Lahore, viii.
405 ; Lalitpur, viii. 447 ; Larkhana,
viii. 463 ; Lohardaga, viii. 477 ; Madras
Presidency, ix. 90; Maimansingh, ix.
192 ; Malabar, ix. 220 ; Malwa, ix.
268 ; Manipur, ix. 326 ; Mergui, ix.
407 ; Midnapur, ix. 425 ; Mirzapur,
ix. 453; Monghyr, ix. 481; Mont-
gomery, ix. 495 ; Moradabad, ix. 505 ;
Muttra, x. 45 ; Muzaffargarh, x. 58 ;
Muzaffarnagar, x. 68 ; Nadiya, x. 130 ;
Nallamalai Hills, x. 185 ; Nellore,
x. 262 ; Nilgiri Hills, x. 308 ; Nimar,
x. 328 ; Noakhali, x. 341 ; Pabna,
x. 512 ; Palni Mountains, xi. 17 ;
Partabgarh, xi. 69 ; Peshawar, xi. 147 ;
Pilibhit, xi. 172; Pohir, xi. 197; Poona,
xi. 200 ; Punjab, xi. 259 ; Purniah,
xi. 323 ; Rajshahi, xi. 429 ; Rampur,
xi. 455 ; Rangpur, xi. 489 ; Ratnagiri,
xii. 4 ; Rewa Kantha, xii. 49 ; Rohtak,
xii. 69; Salem, xii. 152; Sandur, xii.
206 ; Santal Parganas, xii. 227 ; Saran,
xii. 252 ; Satara, xii. 277 ; Shahabad,
xii. 324 ; Shahjahanpur, xii. 344 ;
Shevaroy Hills, xii. 383 ; Shimoga, xii.
400 ; Sholapur, xii. 412 ; Sialkot, xii.
441 ; Sind, xii. 507 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30 ;
Sultanpur, xiii. 97 ; the Sundarbans,
xiii. 109 ; Surat, xiii. 120 ; Tarai, xiii.
208 ; Thar and Parkar, xiii. 264 ; Tip-
perah, xiii. 314; Tumkur, xiii. 376 ;
Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 440; Wardha,
xiii. 524 ; Wun, xiii. 539.

Holalkere, village and tdhik in Mysore,
v. 438.

Holavanhalli, village in Mysore, v. 438.

Holcombe, Lieutenant, killed by the
Nagas (1875), x. 145.

Hole-honnur, village in Mysore, v. 438.

Holiaru or Holiyars, rural serfs in South
Kanara, vii. 3S0, 381 ; Mysore, x. 99.



Holkar, family name of the chief of the
Maratha State of Indore, rise of the
family to power, article ' India,' vi.
322 ; war with the British, 323.

Holkar, Jaswant Rao (1795-1811), died
in camp at Bhanpura (20th Oct. 181 1),
where his mausoleum is, ii. 369; attacked
Delhi, and besieged Ochterlony there,
. v. 193 ; defeated at Dig, iv. 286 ;
attacked Fatehgarh, but was defeated
by Lake, iv. 420 ; his history, vii. 6 ;
ravaged Khandesh, viii. 153 ; burnt
Khandwa, viii. 162 ; burnt Mainpuri,
ix. 212; sacked Sangola, xii. 220;
ravaged Satara, xii. 282 ; and Shola-
pur, xii. 417 ; granted Sironj to Amir
Khan, xiii. 7, 8 ; granted Tonk to Amir
Khan, xiii. 337.

Holkar, Malhar Rao I. (1693-1765), his
history, vii. 5 ; on the right with Sindia
at the battle of Panipat, xi. 45, 47 ;
called in by the Rana of Udaipur against
the Raja of Jaipur, xiii. 406.

Holkar, Malhar Rao II. (1S11-33),
defeated at Mehidpur, and made feu-
datory by the treaty of Mandesar,
vii. 6.

Holkar, Tukaji Rao, Maratha general,
ruled in Indore with Ahalya Bai (1765-
95)> v - 5 '■> burnt Ujjain, xiii. 417.

Holkar, Tukaji Rao (1843-86), his
conduct during the Mutiny, vii. 7.

Hollings, Captain, his operations against
Bhagwant Singh (1841), x. 493, 494.

Hollings, Mr., of the Opium Agency,
assisted Mr. Money to save the treasure
at Gaya (1857), v. 45, 46.

Holmes, General Sir Thomas, his cam-
paign in Palanpur (1813), x. 540.

Holmes, Major, murdered at Segauli in
the Mutiny, iii. 335, xi. 97.

Holwell, Mr., on the population of Cal-
cutta in 1752, iii. 241 ; survivor of the
Black Hole, iii. 241 ; on the Bhagirathi,
v. 472.

Home, Lieutenant, who blew up Kashmir
gate at Delhi, killed at Malagarh (1S57),
ix. 236.

Honalli, village and taluk in Mysore,
v. 438>.439-

Honavalli, village and taluk in Mysore,
v. 439-

Honawar, Sub-division in Bombay, v.

439-

Honawar, port in Bombay, v. 439, 440.

Honey and bees-wax, obtained by the
Puliyars at Anaimudi, i. 268 ; found on
the Anamalai Hills, i. 271 ; in North
Arcot, i. 315 ; South Arcot, i. 327 ;
Bakarganj, i. 442 ; Bamra, ii. 41 ;
Bastar, ii. 206; Bhandara, ii. 361,
365 ; Bogra, iii. 326 ; Champaran, iii.
357 ; Chanda, iii. 349 ; Cherra, iii.



148



INDEX.



392 ; Coorg, iv. 32 ; Darbhangah, iv.
123 ; Dinajpur, iv. 291 ; Eastern
Dwars, iv. 329 ; Ganjam, v. 2 ; Garo
Hills, v. 26 ; Gaya, v. 44 ; Godavari,
v. 123 ; Gorakhpur, v. 169 ; Haidar-
abad, v. 245 ; Jashpur, vii. 145 ; Jenkal-
betta, vii. 178; Hajamro in Jerruck,
vii. 180; Kamrup, vii. 355; South
Kanara, vii. 376 ; Karnul, viii. 35 ;
Kathi, viii. 87; Khasi Hills, viii. 173;
Khyrim, viii. 215 ; Kulu, viii. 343 ;
Lakhimpur, viii. 427 ; Lalitpur, viii.
447 ; Lohara, viii. 474 ; Lohardaga,
viii. 476 ; Madhupur, viii. 543 ; Mai-
mansingh, ix. 192 ; Malabar, ix. 229 ;
the Melghat, ix. 403 ; Midnapur, ix.
425 ; Monghyr, ix. 481 ; Murshidabad,
x. 22 ; Naga Hills, x. 143 ; Nasik, x.
231 ; Nelliampati Hills, x. 260 ; Nilgiri
Hills, x. 312; Nowgong, x. 407;
Pachamalai Hills, x. 521 ; Panabaras,
xi. 24; Peint, xi. 130; Puri, xi. 301;
Rairakhol, xi. 378 ; Rajshahi, xi. 428 ;
Rangpur, xi. 489 ; Rawal Pindi, xii.
22; Salem, xii. 152; Santal Parganas,
xii. 227 ; Sibsagar, xii. 460 ; Singh-
bhum, xii. 531 ; Singhpur, xii. 541 ;
the Sundarbans, xiii. 112; Surgana,
xiii. 136; Sylhet, xiii. 145; Travan-
core, xiii. 345 ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 355 ;
Twenty - four Parganas, xiii. 389 ;
Wardha, xiii. 526 ; Wun, xiii. 543.
Hongal, town in Bombay, v. 440.
Honnali. See Honalli.
Honnu-hole, river in Mysore, v. 441.
Hooghly. See Hugh.
Hooker, Sir J. D., made prisoner by Raja,
of Sikkim (1849), and rescued by a
military force, vi. 131, xii. 485 ; quoted,
on the climate of Sikkim, iv. 139 ; the
Himalayas, v. 403, 407, 411 ; his Flora
of British India, ix. 81, 82 ; quoted on
Manbhum, ix. 278 ; Noakhali, x. 339,
340; Parasnath Hill, xi. 57; Rohtas-
garh, xii. 78.
Hope, Adrian, defeated the Budaun
mutineers at Shamsabad (1858), iv.
411.
Hops, grown in Chamba, iii. 329.
Horn articles, combs, etc., made at
Etawah, iv. 379 ; Kaliganj, vii. 326 ;
Rawal Pindi, xii. 38 ; Sawantwari, xii.
297 ; Vizagapatam, xiii. 494, 498 ;
Yiziadrug, xiii. 499.
Hornblende, found or quarried at Banga-
lore, ii. 59 ; Chitaldrug, iii. 423 ; Dhar-
war, iv. 258 ; Dungarpur, iv. 322 ;
the Ghats, v. 60 ; jabalpur, vii. 30 ;
Jodhpur, vii. 236 ; Dabbighata in
Kadaba, vii. 278 ; South Kanara, vii.
375; Khandesh, viii. 151 ; Manipur,
ix. 324 ; Mysore State, x. 91, District,
x. 114; Tumkur, xiii. 376.



Hornby, W., Governor of Bombay (1776),
first took up residence at Parell, xi. 61.

Horses, Breeds of, article ' India,' vi.
520 ; Government stud farms, vi. 520.
Local notices — Afghanistan, i. 38 ;
Kunduz and Maimana in Afghan -
Turkistan, i. 55 ; Ahmadabad, i. 84 ;
Ahmadnagar, i. 100 ; Baroda, ii. 164 ;
Bikaner, ii. 439 ; Cutch, iv. 62 ; Hai-
darabad State, v. 244 ; Jhang, vii. 210;
Karnal, viii. 24 ; Kathiawar, viii. 96 ;
Kunigal, viii. 366 ; Palanpur Agency,
x. 538 ; Pindigheb, xi. 184 ; Punjab,
xi. 259, 280 ; Mallani in Rajputana,
xi. 418 ; Rawal Pindi, xii. 31 ; Satara,
xii. 277 ; Sind, xii. 507. See also
Ponies.

Horse fairs, article ' India,' vi. 520.
Local notices — Horse fairs or shows
held at Agar, i. 57, ix. 271 ; Amritsar,
i. 259, 266 ; Batesar, ii. 216 ; Malegaon
in Haidarabad, v. 244, ix. 263 ; Hard-
war, v. 334; Maheji, ix. 172; Muzaf-
fargarh, x. 62 ; Rawal Pindi, xii. 31,
32, t,!) '■> Rohtak, xii. 77 ; Saharanpur,
xii. 125 ; Shahpur, xii. 365 ; Sonpur,
xiii. 63.
Horsley, Captain, planned and erected
the Observatory at Trivandrum, xiii.

369-
Horsleykonda, mountain in Madras, v.

Hos or Larka Kols in Singhbhum, de-
scribed, xii. 535, 536.
Hosangadi, ghat or pass in Madras, v.

441.,

Hosdrug, town in Madras, v. 441.

Hosdurga, village and taluk in Mysore,
v. 441.

Hoshang Ghori, king of Malwa (1405),
took Kalpi (1435), but lost it (!44 2 );
vii. 342 ; had his capital at Mandor,
ix. 267 ; his mausoleum at Mandogarh,
ix. 308.

Hoshangabad, District in Central Pro-
vinces, v. 441-449; physical aspects,
442, 443 ; history, 443, 444 ; popula-
tion, 444, 445 ; agriculture, 445-447 ;
commerce and trade, 447 ; administra-
tion, 447, 448 ; medical aspects, 448,
449.

Hoshangabad, tahsil'm Central Provinces,
v. 449.

Hoshangabad, town in Central Provinces,
v. 449, 450.

Hoshiarpur, District in Punjab, v. 450-
458 ; physical aspects, 450-452 ; his-
tory, 452-454 ; population, 454, 455 ;
agriculture, 455, 456 ; commerce and
trade, 456, 457 ; administration, 457 ;
medical aspects, 457, 458.

Hoshiarpur, tahsil in Punjab, v. 458.

Hoshiarpur, town in Punjab, v. 458, 495.



INDEX.



149



Hoskot, town and taluk in Mysore, v.

459-

Hospet, town in Madras, v. 459.

Hospitals, General and Eye at Allahabad,
i. 194 ; the Bowring at Bangalore, ii.
65 ; the Jamnabai at Baroda, ii. 169 ;
the Prince of Wales at Benares, ii. 266 ;
the Mayo, Campbell, and Eden at Cal-
cutta, iii. 259 ; the Mitford at Dacca,
iv. 92 ; the Eden Sanitarium at Dar-
jiling, iv. T40 ; Indore, vii. 9, 10 ; the
Mayo at Jaipur, vii. 60 ; Karachi, vii.
459 ; the Mayo at Lahore, viii. 418 ;
Lucknow, viii. 511 ; Madras, ix. 1 18;
the Egerton at Peshawar, xi. 160 ; the
Sassoon at Poona, xi. 214 ; (veterinary)
Saidapet, xii. 141 ; Surat, xiii. 131 ;
Vizagapatam, xiii. 498 ; besides the
regular civil hospitals at the head-quar-
ters of each District.

Hossangadi. See Hosangadi.

Hosur, village and taluk in Madras, v.
459, 460.

Hosur, town in Madras, v. 460.

Hoti-mardan, cantonment in Punjab, v.
460.

Hough, his estimate of the population of
Kandahar, vii. 390.

Hough, Rev. J., his missionary labours
in Tinnevelli (1816), xiii. 304.

Houng-tharaw. See Haung-tharaw.

Houses, huts, or dwelling-places, of the
Akas, i. 136 ; of the Arakan Hill Tribes,
i. 301 ; of the Bhutias, ii. 413 ; of the
Burmese, iii. 177, 178 ; of the Chins,
iii. 177; of the Karens, iii. 188, 189;
of the Deori Chutiyas, iii. 467 ; of the
Daphlas, iv. 119; of the Chandals in
Faridpur, iv. 401 ; of the Garos, v. 29 ;
in Jalpaiguri, vii. 113; in Jodhpur,
vii. 172; of the Juangs, vii. 250; in
Kamrup, vii. 361 ; in Kangra, vii. 418,
419 ; in Kashmir, viii. 70 ; of the
Khamtis, viii. 145 ; of the Khasis, viii.
175, 176; in Lahul, viii. 421, 422;
of the Malayan's, ix. 239, 240 ; of the
Mikirs, ix. 437 ; of the Miris, ix. 444,
446, 447 ; of the Mishmis, ix. 464 ;
of the Angami Nagas, x. 149 ; of the
Kukis, x. 150 ; of the Chenchus, x. 185 ;
in Nasik, x. 230 ; of the Nicobarians,
x. 296; of the Todas, x. 310; of the
Botwas, x. 525 ; of the Minas, xi. 414;
in Rangpur, xi. 495 ; in Rawal Pindi,
xii. 28 ; of the Santals, xii. 239 ; in
Sialkot, xii. 445 ; in Sibsagar, xii. 466 ;
in Sirmur, xii. 555 ; in Sylhet, xiii.

151.

Howrah, Sub-district in Bengal, v. 461-
464 ; physical aspects, 461, 462 ; popu-
lation, 462, 463 ; agriculture, 463 ;
administration, 463, 464.

Howrah, Sub-division in Bengal, v. 464.



Howrah, large town on the Hugh
opposite Calcutta, v. 464, 465.

H pa-gat, township in Burma, v. 465.

Hpa-gat, village in Burma, v. 465, 466.

Hpaung-lin, township in Burma, v. 466.

Hpyu, river in Burma, v. 466.

Hubli, Sub-division in Bombay, v. 466.

Hubli, town in Bombay, v. 466, 467.

Hudikeri, village in Coorg, v. 467.

Hugel, on date of temple of Matan, ix.
360 ; saw Mer and Ser peaks from
Wazirabad, ix. 406.

Hughes, F., quoted, on the coal-fields of
Jharia, vii. 228, 229.

Hughes, A. W., quoted, on the harbour
of Sonmiani, xiii. 61.

Hugli, river in Bengal, v. 467-489;
general course of the Hugh', 468 ;
three sections of the Hugh, 468, 469 ;
alleged deterioration of the Hugli, 469;
head-waters of the Hugli, 469 ; Hugli
fed by infiltration, 469, 470 ; Hugli
head-waters — (i) Bhagirathi, the, 470,
471 ; alleged deterioration of the
Bhagirathi, 471, 472 ; Hugli head-
waters— (2) Jalangi and Bhairab, the,

472, 473 ; J alan gi> the > 473 ; HwgU
head-waters — (3) Matabhanga, the,

473, 474 ; work done by the Hugli
head-waters, 474 ; Hugli head-waters
as trade routes, 474 ; deepening opera-
tions on the Hugli head-waters, 474,

475 ; Nadiya rivers operations, 475,

476 ; training works on the Nadiya
rivers, 476, 477 ; results of the Nadiya
rivers operations, 477 ; future of the
Hugli head-waters, the, 477, 478 ;
second section of the Hugli, 478 ;
old Damodar junction with the Hugli,
the, 478, 479 ; results of the closing of
the Damodar mouth, 479 ; ruin^ of
European settlements on the Hugli
above Calcutta, 479, 480 ; old Saras-
wati, the, 480, 481 ; alleged drying
up of the Hugli, 481, 482 : railway
bridge near Hugli, 482 ; the Hugli from
Calcutta downwards, 482 ; the Hugli
at Calcutta, 482, 483 ; alleged de-
terioration of the Hugli channels, 483,
484 ; changes in the channels below
Calcutta, 484 ; James and Mary
Sands, 484, 485 ; present state of the
James and Mary Sands, 485 ; Hugli
pilot service, 485, 486 ; tug service,

486 ; attempts to improve the channels,
486, 487 ; defences of the Hugli,

487 ; estuary of the Hugli, 487, 488 ;
tide, 488 ; refuge houses, 488 ; scenery
on the banks, 488, 489.

Hugh, District in Bengal, v. 489-498 ;
physical aspects, 489, 490 ; history,
490-492; population, 492, 493; division
into town and country, 493, 494 ;



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INDEX.



agriculture, 494, 495 ; natural calami-
ties, 495 ; commerce and trade, 496 ;
administration, 496 - 498 ; medical
aspects, 498.
Hugli, Sub- division in Bengal, v. 498,

499-
Hugli, town in Bengal, v. 498, 499 ;
East India Company's factory estab-
lished at (1640), article 'India,' vi.
369 ; oppressed by the Mughal
governor, vi. 370.
Hugri, river in Mysore, v. 500.
Hujra, town in Punjab, v. 151.
Hukeri, town in Bombay, v. 151.
Huliyar, village in Mysore, v. 15 1.
Huliyar-durga, village in Mysore, v.

151-
Human sacrifice, among the Kandhs,
article ' India,' vi. 62; in Siva-worship,
vi. 212 ; substitute of animals for
human offerings, vi. 213. Local notices
— Assam, i. 345 ; Bastar, ii. 206 ;
Bengal, ii. 291 ; Bhangoda, ii. 369 ;
Bissemkatak, hi. 18 ; Bonai, iii. 86 ;
Bundare, iii. 150; the Gonds in the
Central Provinces, iii. 310, 311 ; the
Deori Chutiyas, iii. 467 ; the Garos,
v. 30; Gumsur, v. 199 ; Hill Tipperah,
v » 396 ; Jaintia, vii. 46, 47 ; Jaipur
(Madras), vii. 63 ; the Kandh-mals,
vii. 400 ; the Kandhs, vii. 404 ;
Phuljhar, xi. 164; on the Singanmat
(1867), xii. 528.
Humayiin, second Mughal Emperor of
Delhi (1530-56), article 'India,' vi.
290, 291 ; expulsion from India by his
Afghan governor of Bengal, vi. 291 ;
subsequent recovery of the throne by
the second battle of Panipat, vi. 291.
Local notices — Took Champaner, iii.
333 ; defeated by Sher Shah at Chausa,
iii. 378 ; his mausoleum at Delhi, iv.
188 ; moved capital from Agra to
Delhi, iv. 193; conquered Jaunpur and
Behar for his father Babar, vii. 153 ;
his twelve years' siege of Kalinjar,
vii. 332 ; defeated by Sher Shah at
Kanauj, vii. 386 ; took Pawagarh, xi.
122 ; his family sheltered in Rewa, xii.
47 ; his attempts to invade Sind, xii.
510. f

Humberstone, Colonel, defeated Tipu
Sultan at Ponani, after failing to take
Palghat (1782), xi. 197 ; took refuge at
Tanur on his retreat from Palghat,
xiii. 199.
Humcha, village in Mysore, v. 501, 502.
Hume, A. O., founded High School at
Etawah, iv. 377, 379 ; Humeganj
there, called after him, iv. 378 ; his
identification of Munj, x. 15.
Hungund, town and Sub-division in
Bombay, v. 502.



Huns, The White, probably destroyed

Shorkot in the 6th century, xii. 424.
Hunsur, town in Mysore, v. 502.
Hunter, Major F. M., his account of

Perim, used, xi. 137, 138.
Hunter, Rev. T., missionary, murdered

at Sialkot (1857), church in memory

of, there, xii. 445.
Hunza, mountain State in Afghanistan,

xv. 502, 503.
Hurang, range of hills in Assam, v. 503.
Husain, town in N.-W. Provinces, v.

503-

Husain All, Sayyid, with his brother,
placed Faruksiyyar on the throne
(1 7 1 3), and overthrew him (17 19), v.
257, 258 ; came from Jansath, vii.
142.
Husain Beg, took Sandwip Island and
the mouths of the Meghna from Arakan
(1664), iii. 436.
Husain Beli, ferry in Bombay, v. 503.
Husain Nizam Shah, king of Ahmadnagar
(1553-88), one of the Muhammadan
kings who won the battle of Talikot
(1564), i. 108.
Husainpur-Bahadurpur, village in N.-W.

Provinces, v. 503.
Husain Shah, Afghan king of Gaur ( 1499-
1520), took prisoner Nilambhar, Raja
of Rangpur, xi. 491.
Husain Shah, last Sultan of Jaunpur,
seized Budaun (1479), but was ex-
pelled by Bahlol Lodi, iii. 117 ; built
the Jama Masjid at Jaunpur, vii. 152 ;
defeated at Kalpi (1477), vii. 342;
took Sambhal (1473), ix. 506.
Hushiarpur. See Hoshiarpur.
Hutri-durga, hill in Mysore, v. 503.
Hyaenas, in India, article ' India,' vi.
655. Local notices — Found on Mount
Abu, i. 6 ; in Akola, i. 141 ; Ananta-
pur, i. 274; North Arcot, i. 312 ;
South Arcot, i. 320 ; Baluchistan, ii.
36 ; Banda, ii. 47 ; Bankura, ii. 79 ;
Bannu, ii. 90 ; Belgaum, ii. 232 ;
Bellary, ii. 241 ; Bulandshahr, iii. 132;
Buldana, iii. 143 ; Chitaldrug, iii. 423;
Cochin, iv. 2 ; Coimbatore, iv. 15 ;
Cuddapah, iv. 48 ; Dharwar, iv. 259 ;
Gaya, v. 45 ; Godavari, v. 123 ;
Goona, v. 159; Gwalior, v. 229;
Haidarabad (Sind), v. 275 ; Hamirpur,
v. 298 ; Hissar, v. 427 ; Hoshiarpur,
v. 452 ; Indore, vii. 2 ; Jerruck, vii.
180; Jhang, vii. 206; Jhansi, vii. 217;
Kaira, vii. 300 ; North Kanara, vii.
370 ; Kangra, vii. 413 ; Karachi, vii.
445 ; Karniil, viii. 35 ; Kathiawar,
viii. 96 ; Khairpur, viii. 133 ; Kolaba,
viii. 261 ; Kolar, viii. 273 ; Kotah,
viii. 304 ; Ki'ilu, viii. 338 ; Kumaun,
viii. 349 ; Lalitpur, viii. 447 ; Lark-



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harm, viii. 463 ; Lohardaga, viii. 477 ;
Madras Presidency, ix. 8, 89 ; Main-
puri, ix. 203 ; Malabar, ix. 220 ;
Midnapur, ix. 425 ; Mirzapur, ix. 453;
Monghyr, ix. 481; Muttra, x. 45;
Nilgiri Hills, x. 308 ; Rajagriha Hills,
xi. 94 ; Peshawar, xi. 147 ; Punjab,
xi. 259 ; Purniah, xi. 323 ; Rawal
Pindi, xii. 22; Saharanpur, xii. 115 ;
Salem, xii. 152 ; Santal Parganas, xii.
227 ; Satara, xii. 277 ; Shahabad,_xii.
324 ; Shevaroy Hills, xii. 2>^>3 > Sind,
xii. 507 ; Sirmur, xii. 554 ; Siwalik
Hills, xiii. 43 ; Surat, xiii. 120 ; Tarai,
xiii. 208 ; the Thar, xiii. 264 ; Upper
Sind Frontier, xiii. 440 ; Wardha, xiii.
524 ; Wun, xiii. 539.

Hyderabad. See Haidarabad.

Hyderabad Assigned Districts or Berar.
See Haidarabad Assigned Districts.

Hydergarh. See Hosangadi.

Hylakandy. See Hailakandi.



Ibex, The, article ' India,' vi. 657.
Local notices — Found on the Anamalai
Hills, i. 270 ; Baluchistan, ii. 36 ;
Chamba, iii. 329; Cochin, iv. 2 ;
Coimbatore, iv. 15 ; Western Ghats,
v. 59 ; Hindu Kush, v. 419 ; Jerruck,
vii. 180; Kangra, vii. 413; Kashmir,
viii. 68 ; Kulu, viii. 338 ; Larkhana,
viii. 463 ; Madras Presidency, ix. 8,
91 ; Madura, ix. 12 1 ; Malabar, ix.
220 ; Nilgiri Hills, x. 307 ; Palni
Mountains, xi. 17; Pishin, xi. 188;
Sind, xii. 507 ; Wardwan valley, xiii.

530-

Ibn Batuta, traveller from Tangiers,
quoted on Daulatabad under Muham-
mad Tughlak, iv. 1 60 ; the mosque of
Kutab-ud-din at Delhi, iv. 191 ; the
desolation of Delhi in 1 34 1, iv. 192 ;
Dharmapatam, iv. 253 ; Honawar, v.
440 ; mentions Malabar as Mulaibar,
ix. 217 ; visited the Maldive Islands
(1341), ix. 249.

Ibrahim Adil Shah I., king of Bijapur
(1534-57), defeated the king of Ahmad-
nagar, i. ic8 ; his reign, ii. 424 ; ceded
Bardez and Salsette to the Portuguese,
v. 101.

Ibrahim Adil Shah II., king of Bijapur
(1579-1626), his reign, ii. 424.

Ibrahim Khan, commanded the Maratha
left at the battle of Panipat (1761),
his conduct there, xi. 45-47.

Ibrahim Lodi, Defeat and overthrow of,
by Babar at the first battle of Panipat
(1526), article ' India,' vi. 290. Local
notices — Took Gwalior, v. 236; de-



feated by Babar at Lahore, viii. 405 ;
his final defeat and death at Panipat,
xi. 44, 45 ; planted Muhammadan
colony at Sakit, xii. 146.

Ibrahim Sharki, Sultan of Jaunpur (1401-
40), defeated the Bharsin Bachhrawan,
i. 405 ; annihilated them in Dalmau,
iv. 100 ; built the Atala Masjid at
Jaunpur, vii. 152, 159; his sieges of
Kalpi, vii. 342 ; conquered Sambhal,
ix. 505 ; his reduction and administra-
tion of most of Oudh, x. 487 ; built
the fort and well of Rai Bareli, xi. 360,
conqured Safipur, xii. 100 ; overthrew
Raja of Ugri, xiii. 416.

Ibrahimabad, town in Oudh, v. 504.

Ichak, town in Bengal, v. 504.

Ichakada, village in Bengal, v. 504.

Ichamati, river in Bengal, v. 504.



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