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Kalang, river channel in Assam, vii. 323.

Kalan-Kot, historic fort in Bombay, vii.
323.

Kalanos, the Brahman at Alexander's
court, article ' India,' vi. 169.

Kalar or salt plains. See Usar plains.



Kalaroa, town in Bengal, vii. 323.
Kalasa, village in Mysore, vii. 323, 324.
Kalastri. See Kalahasti.
Kaldt. See Khelat.
Kalawar, town in Bombay, vii. 324.
Ka-le-gauk, island in Burma, vii. 324.
Kalesar, forest reserve in Punjab, vii. 324.
Kalghatgi, town and Sub-division in

Bombay, vii. 324, 325.
Kalhatti, village in Madras, vii. 325.
Kalhora, The, dynasty, its history in

Shikarpur, xii. 388, 389 ; in Sind,

xii. 511-513.
Kali, the non-Aryan form of the wife

of Siva, article ' India,' vi. 211, 212.
Kali. See Gogra.
Kalia, village in Bengal, vii. 325.
Kaliabar, village in Assam, vii. 325.
Kalia-Chak, village in Bengal, vii. 325.
Kalianappa Subraya, leader of the Cauda

rebellion of 1837 in S. Kanara, vii.

378.
Kalianpur, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,

vh. 3 2 5> 3 26 -

Kali Baori, petty State in Central India,
vii. 326.

Kalibhanj, island in Orissa, vii. 326.

Kalidasa, Hindu poet and dramatist (56
B.C.), article 'India, vi. 125; his
drama of Sakimtald, vi. 126.

Kaliganj, village in Bengal, vii. 326.

Kaliganj, village in Bengal, vii. 326.

Kalighat, sacred village in Bengal, vii. 326.

Kalikot. See Calicut.

Kalimiyar Point. See Calimere.

Kalimpong. See Dalingkot.

Kali Nadi, East, river in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, vii. 327.

Kali Nadi, West, river in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, vii. 327.

Kalindi, river channel in Bengal, vii.
327, 328. ..

Kalindri, river in N. Bengal, vii. 328. _

Kalinga, historic kingdom of S. India,
vii. 328-330.

Kalingapatam, town and port in Madras,
vii. 330.

Kalingia, ghat or pass in Madras, vii.
330, 331.

Kalinjar, town and ruined hill fort in
N.-W. Provinces, vii. 331-337.

Kalinjera, town in Rajputana, vii. 337.

Kalipani, sacred spring in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, vii. 337.

Kali Sind, river in Central India, vii.

337-

Kalitas or Kultas, a caste, formerly priests,
and almost peculiar to Assam, numerous
or noteworthy in Assam, i. 354, 355 ;
Sambalpur and Bonai in the Central
Provinces, iii. 316 ; Darrang, iv. 145 ;
Eastern Dwars, iv. 332 ; Ghes, v. 73 ;
Goalpara, v. 115 ; Kamriip, vii. 359 ;



174



INDEX.



Kharsal, viii. 168 ; Lakhimpur, viii.

430 ; Nowgong, x. 409, 410 ; Sibsagar,

xii. 464 ; Sylhet, xiii. 148.
Kaljani, river in N. Bengal, vii. 337, 338.
Kalka, village in Punjab, vii. 338.
Kalladakurichi, town in Madras, vii. 338.
Kallakurchi, town and taluk in Madras,

vii. 338.
Kallars, demon-worshippers and robbers,

have their temple on Alagar Hill, i.

161 ; in Madras Presidency, ix. 20 ;

Madura, ix. 127.
Kalligal. See Collegal.
Kallicot, estate in Madras, vii. 338, 339.
Kalliir, pass in Madras, vii. 339.
Kalmeshwar, town in Central Provinces,

vii \ 339-
Kalna, town and .Sub-division in Bengal,

vii> . 339-
Kalni, river channel in Assam, vii. 340.
Kalol, town and Sub-division in Bombay,

vii. 340, 341.
Kalol, town and Sub-division in Baroda,

vii. 341.
Kalpi, historic town in N.-W. Provinces,

vii. 341-343-

Kalpi, village in Bengal, vii. 343.

Kalrayan, mountain range in Madras,
vii. 343.

Kalsi, town and talis il in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, vii. 343, 344.

Kalsia, State in Punjab, vii. 344.

Kalsubai, hill in Bombay, vii. 344.

Kalu, river in Assam, vii. 344, 345.

Kalumbe, peak in Central Provinces, vii.

345;

Kalwa, headed rising of Gujars in Dehra
Dun (1824), iv. 172.

Kalwan, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, vii. 345.

Kalyan, Sub-division in Bombay, vii.
345, 346.

Kalyan, town in Bombay, vii. 346, 347.

Kalyanmal, pargand in Oudh, vii. 347.

Kama, town in Rajputana. See Kaman.

Kama, township in Lower Burma, vii. 348.

Kama, town in Lower Burma, vii. 348,

349-

Kamadhia, State in Bombay, vii. 349.

Kamakhya, sacred hill in Kamriip Dis-
trict, Assam, vii. 349.

Kamakhya, range of hills in Nowgong
District, Assam, vii. 349.

Kamalapuram, town in Madras, vii. 349.

Kamalapuri, village in Madras, vii. 350.

Kamalganj, village in N.-W. Provinces,
vii. 350.

Kamalia. See Kot Kamalia.

Kamalpur, chiefship in Central India,
vii. 350.

Kamalpur, State in Kathiawar, vii. 350.

Kamalpur, village in N.-W. Provinces,
vii. 350.



Kaman, town in Rajputana, vii. 350, 351.
Kamarjani, village in Bengal, vii. 351.
Kamar-ud-din-nagar, historic village in

N.-W. Provinces, vii. 351.
Kamasin, tahsil and village in N.-W.

Provinces, vii. 351.
Kamatapur, historic city in N. Bengal,

vii. 35 1.
Kambam. See Cumbum.
Kambam, town in Madras, vii. 352. See

Cumbum.
Kambar, town and taluk in Bombay, vii.

352.
Kamias, or serf-cultivators, in Hazaribagh,

v. 376, 377 :
Kamla, river in Behar, vii. 352, 353.
Kamlagarh, fort in Punjab, vii. 353.
Kamona, village in N.-W. Provinces,
^ vii. 353.
Kampil, village in N.-W. Provinces, vii.

^353,. 354-

Kampli, town in Madras, vii. 354.

Kamptee. See Kamthi.

Kamriip, District in Assam, vii. 354-356 ;
physical aspects, 354, 355 ; forests,
355; fauna, 355, 356; history, 356-
358 ; people, 358-361 ; material con-
dition of the people, 361, 362 ; agricul-
ture, 362, 363 ; manufactures, etc.,
363, 364 ; administration, 364, 365 ;
medical aspects, 365, 366.

Kamsoli Moti and Kamsoli Nani, States
in Bombay, vii. 366.

Kanta Rajaula, State in Central India,
vii. 366.

Kamtaranala, State forest in Central Pro-
vinces, vii. 366.

Kamtha, village and estate in Central
Provinces, vii. 366.

Kamthi, town in Central Provinces, vii.
366, 367.

Kan. See Khan.

Kana-Damodar, watercourse in Bengal,
vii. 368.

Kanaigiri. See Kanigiri.

Kana-nadi, watercourse in Bengal, vii. 368.

Kanadagudi, town in Madras, vii. 363.

Kanapathia Gosains, sect of the Kum-
bhipathias in the Central Provinces,
iii. 316.

Kanara, Colonel, commanding Sikh artil-
lery, killed while defending Haripur
against insurgents (1849), Obelisk to,
at Haripur, v. 339.

Kanara, North, District in Bombay, vii.
368-375 ; physical aspects, 368-370 ;
history, 370 ; population, 370, 371 ;
agriculture, 371-373; commerce, etc.,
37^; administration, 373, 374; medi-
^ cal aspects, 374, 375.

Kanara, South, District in Madras, vii.
375-384 ; physical aspects, 375"377 5
history, 377, 378 ; population, 378-380;



INDEX.



175



agriculture, 380-382 ; communications,
382 ; commerce, 382 ; revenue history,
382, 383; administration, 383 ; medical
aspects, 383, 384.
Kanarak, historic temple in Orissa, vii.

384, 385.

Kanauj, tahsll in N.-W. Provinces, vii.

385, 386.

Kanauj, historic city in N.-W. Provinces,
vii. 386, 387 ; now deserted by the
Ganges, article ' India,' vi. 30 ; court
pageant at, in the 12th century, vi
276.

Kan-aung, town and township in Lower
Burma, vii. 387, 388.

Kanbis. See Kunbis.

Kanchanjangd, mountain peak in the
Eastern Himalayas, vii. 388 ; article
' India,' vi. 5.

Kanchanjhau, lofty spur of the Hima-
layas, vii. 388.

Kancharapara, village in Bengal, vii.
388.

Kanchiang, river in Assam, vii. 388.

Kanchivaram. See Conjeveram.

Kandahar, Province in Afghanistan, vii.
389-398; history, 391-398; wrested
from the Mughal Empire during the
reign of Shah Jahan, article ' India,'
vi- 303 5 occupation of, during the first
Afghan war (1839), vi. 408; defeat
of Ayub Khan at, in the second war
(1880), vi. 427.

Kandapur, town and taluk in Madras,
vii. 398, 399.

Kandaras, semi - Hinduized aborigines,
and landless day-labourers in Cuttack,
iv. 69 ; Khandpara, viii. 160.

Kandarkha Khurd, town in Oudh, vii.

399-
Kandeli, town in Central Provinces, vii.

399-
Kandhla, town in N.-W. Provinces, vii.

399-

Kandh-mals, tract in Orissa, vii. 399,
400.

Kandhs, aboriginal tribe in Orissa and
Northern Madras, vii. 400-405 ; article
' India,' vi. 60-63 '■> their patriarchal
government, 60 ; wars and punishments,
and blood revenge, 60, 61 ; agriculture,
61 ; marriage by capture, 61 ; serfs
attached to their villages, 61, 62 ;
human sacrifices, 62 ; the Kandhs under
British rule, 62, 63. Local notices —
Found in Bamra, ii. 42 ; Baramba, ii.
121; Bonai, iii. 86; Borasambar, iii.
89 ; Bundare, account of a human sac-
rifice, iii. 150; in Cuttack, iv. 69;
Daspalla, iv. 154 ; Ganjam, v. 2, 4, 5 ;
Ghes, v. 73 ; Jaipur zaminddri, vii. 62 ;
the Kandh-mals, vii. 399 ; Karond,
viii. 46, 47 ; Khandpara, viii. 160 ;



Loisinh, viii. 488 ; Narsinghpur, x.
225 ; Nayagarh, x. 257 ; Orissa Tribu-
tary States, x. 472-474 ; Patna State,
xi. 116; Raipur, xi. 371 ; Ranpur, xi.
510; Sambalpur, xii. 182; Vizagapatam,
xiii. 491.

Kandi, Sub-division in Bengal, vii. 405.

Kandi, town in Bengal, vii. 405, 406.

Kandiars, town and taluk in Bombay,
vii. 406.

Kandih. See Kandeli.

Kandrawan, town in Oudh, vii. 407.

Kandukiir, town and taluk in Madras,
vii. 407.

Kaner, State in Kathiawar, vii. 407.

Kanera, village in Rajputana, viii. 407.

Kanets, hill tribe of Rajput cultivators,
in Chamba, iii. 329 ; Kotaha, viii. 309 ;
Kulu, viii. 339 ; Lahul, viii. 421 ;
Simla, xii. 493 ; Sirmur, xii. 555.

Kangayam, town in Madras, vii. 407,
408.

Kangra, District in Punjab, vii. 408-427 ;
physical aspects, 408-411 ; forests, 411,
412; minerals, 412,413; fauna, 413,
414; history, 414, 417; population,
417, 418; social and material condi-
tion of the people, 418, 423 ; division
of the people into town and country,
423 ; agriculture, 423-425 ; commerce
and trade, communications, etc., 425,
426 ; administration, 426, 427 ; medi-
cal aspects, 427.

Kangra Proper, tract in Punjab, vii. 427,
429.

Kangra, tahsil in Punjab, vii. 429.

Kangra, town in Punjab, vii. 429, 430.

Kangundi, estate in Madras, vii. 430,

431-
Kangundi, town in Madras, vn. 431.
Kan-gyi-daung, town in Lower Burma,

vii. 431. ...

Kanhan, river in Central Provinces, vn.

431.
Kanhargaon, estate in Central Provinces,

vii. 431, 432.
Kanheri, hill in Central Provinces, vn.

432.

Kanigiri, town and taluk in Madras, vii.
432.

Kanishka, Buddhist king of N.-W. India
(40 A.D.), his great Council, article
< India,' vi. 147, 148; 175, 176; 178;
attended by Buddhist doctors from
Sravasti or Sahet Mahet, x. 484.

Kanjarapalli, town in Madras, vii. 432.

Kanjarda, State in Kathiawar, vii. 432,

433-
Kanjia, tract in Central Provinces, vn.

433-
Kanjikovil, town in Madras, vn. 433.
Kankanhalli, town and taluk in Mysore,

vii. 433, 434-



i 7 6



INDEX.



Kankar or nodular limestone, article
'India,' vi. 628; 638. Local notices —
Found in Aligarh, i. 1 68; Allahabad, i.
184; Amritsar, i. 255; Azamgarh, i.
393, 397 ; Ballia, ii. 18 ; Banda, ii. 47 ;
Bankura, ii. 79 ; Basti, ii. 209 ; Bijnaur,
ii. 429 ; Bikaner, ii. 441 ; Broach, hi.
102; Budaun, hi. 117; Bulandshahr,
iii. 132 ; Cambay, hi. 271 ; Cham-
paran, iii. 337 ; Chandausi, iii. 357 ;
Coimbatore, iv. 15; Dacca, iv. 78;
Dholpur, iv. 273 ; Etawah, iv. 370 ;
Girwa, v. 87 ; Gujrat, v. 189 ; Haidar-
abad State, v. 241 ; Harike, v. 338 ;
Jaipur, vh. 52 ; Jalandhar, vii. 84 ;
Jaunpur, vii. 151 ; Jhalawar, vii. 198;
Karan Khera, vii. 468 ; Khandesh, viii.
151 ; Kheri, viii. 190; Ludhiana, viii.
519; Monghyr, ix. 480 ; Montgomery,
ix. 494 ; Multan, x. 3 ; Murshidabad,
x. 21, 22 ; Muttra, x. 45 ; Muzaffargarh,
x. 57 ; Mysore, x. 91, 92 ; Narsinghpur,
x. 217; N.-W. Provinces, x. 396;
Oudh, x. 482 ; Partabgarh, xi. 69 ;
Patna, xi. 94 ; Peshawar, xi. 146 ;
Punjab, xi. 252; Purniah, xi. 321;
Saharanpur, xii. 114; Saran, xii. 252;
Shahabad, xii. 324 ; Shahjahanpur, xii.
344 ; Sialkot, xii. 441 ; Singhbhum,
xii. 531 ; Sitapur, xhi. ip ; Sultanpur,
xhi. 97 ; Tinnevelli, xhi. 298 ; Utraula,
xhi. 455 ; Wardha, xhi. 523.

Kanker, chiefship in Central Provinces,
vii. 434.

Kankhal, town in N.-W. Provinces, vii.

434-
Kankina, village in Bengal, vh. 434, 435.
Kankraoli, town in Rajputana, vii. 435.
Kankrej, State in Bombay, vii. 435.
Kanksiali, State in Kathiawar, vii. 435.
Kanksiali, river in Bengal, vii. 436.
Kankuppa, idluk in Mysore, vii. 436.
Kanmir. See Cannanore.
Kanor, town in Rajputana, vii. 436.
Kanora, State in Bombay, vii. 436.
Kanpur Iswaria, State in Kathiawar, vii.

436.
Kansat, village in Bengal, vii. 436.
Kansbans, river in Orissa, vii. 436.
Kant, town in N.-W. Provinces, vii. 437.
Kantai, village in Bengal, vii. 437.
Kantal. See Bui Tul.
Kantha, town in Oudh, vii. 437.
Kan-tha. See Taung-gnu.
Kanthalpara, village in Bengal, vii. 437.
Kantharia, State in Bombay, vii. 437.
Kanthi. See Contai.
Kantilo, town in Orissa, vii. 437.
Kantur, town in Oudh, vii. 438.
Kanu, village in Bengal, vh. 438.
Kanum, town in Punjab, vii. 438.
Kanyagiri, tdluk in Madras. See Kanigiri.
Kanyagiri, fort in Madras. See Kanigiri.



Kanzam, pass in Punjab, vii. 438.

Kaolin or porcelain clay, and potter's clay,
found in Bangalore, ii. 60 ; on the Bilin,
ii. 459 ; Chanda, iii. 349 ; Hassan, v.
346 ; South Kanara, vii. 376 ; Mysore,
x. 91 ; Sialkot, xii. 441 ; Win, xhi. 539.

Kaorapukur, watercourse in Bengal, vii.

439-
Kapadwanj, town and Sub-division in

Bombay, vii. 439, 440.
Kapargadi, range of hills in Bengal, vii.

440.
Kapha, famous ascetic, who lived at

Hard war, v. 331.
Kapha, historic city in N.-W. Provinces,

vii. 440.
Kapilesvvarapuram, town in Madras, vii.
.440;

Kapili, river in Assam, vii. 440, 441.
Kaphmuni, village in Bengal, vii. 441.
Kapini, river in S. India, vii. 441.
Kapiirthala, Native State in Punjab, vii.

441-443-

Kapurthala, town in Punjab, vii. 443.

Kara. See Karra.

Karachi, District in Sind, vii. 443-451 ;
physical aspects, 443-445 ; history, 446,
447 ; population, 447, 448 ; agriculture,

448, 449 ; commerce and trade, etc. ,

449, 450 ; administration, 450 ; medical
aspects, 450, 451.

Karachi, tdluk in Sind, vii. 451, 452.

Karachi, town, port, and cantonment in
Sind, vii. 452-460; position, etc., 452,
453 ; chief buildings, 453, 454 ; history,
454, 455 ; population, 455 ; commerce
and trade, etc., 455-458 ; shipping, etc.,

458, 459; municipality, etc., 459;
medical aspects, water-supply, etc.,

459, 460.

Karad, town and Sub-division in Bombay,

vii. 460.
Karagola, village in Bengal, vii. 460, 461 ;

large trading fair at, article ' India,' vi.

59,6, 597- .

Karai, river in Behar, vii. 462.

Karaibari, forest tract in Assam, vii. 462.

Karaichutu, town in Madras, vii. 462.

Karaimadai, town in Madras, vii. 462.

Karajgaon, town in Berar, vii. 462.

Karajgi, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, vii. 462, 463.

Karakal, town in Madras, vii. 463.

Karakat Vellalars, tribe on the Palni
Mountains, their manners and customs,
xi. 18.

Karakoram Pass, between India and
Eastern Tiirkistan, vii. 463, 464 ; on
the trading route from the Punjab,
article 'India,' vi. 6.

Karamnasa, river in Bengal, vii. 464, 465.

Karanbas, town in N.-W. Provinces, vii.
465-



INDEX.



177



Karanguli, town in Madras, vii. 465, 466.

Karanja, island in Bombay, vii. 466, 467.

Karanja, port and customs division in
Bombay, vii. 467.

Karanja, town in Central Provinces, vii.
467, 468.

Karanja, town in Berar, vii. 46S.

Karan Khera, village in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, vii. 468.

Karanpura, coal-field in Bengal, vii. 468,
469.

Karans, caste in Orissa, equivalent to
Kayasths. See Kayasths.

Karatoya, river in N. Bengal, vii. 469.

Karattanad, chiefship in Madras, vii.
469.

Karauli. Native State in Rajputana, vii.
469-474 ; physical aspects, 469, 470 ;
geology, 470, 471 ; forest and jungle
products, 471; fauna, 471, 472;
population, 472 ; agriculture, 472, 473 ;
manufactures and trade, 473 ; ad-
ministration, 473; climate, etc., 473;
history, 474.

Karauli, capital of State in Rajputana,
vii. 474, 475.

Karchhana, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,
vii. 475, 476.

Karchhana, village in N.-W. Provinces,

vii. 476, 477-

Kardong, village in Punjab, vii. 477.

Karens, semi-aboriginal tribe in Burma
and Siam, viii. 1-7 ; article ' India,' vi.
71. Local notices — Their numbers
in Amherst, i. 238, 242 ; Bassein, ii.
196 ; in Lower Burma, iii. 177 ; their
houses, iii. 179; marriage customs, iii.
181 ; numbers, iii. 182 ; origin, iii.
184; Christianity among, iii. 186; in
the forests, iii. 203 ; in Henzada, v.
386 ; their clans, viii. 3 ; in Prome, xi.
230 ; Rangoon, xi. 476, 477 ; Salwin
Hill Tracts, xii. 175 ; Shwe-gyin, xii.
431 ; Taung-ngu, xiii. 223 ; Tavoy,
xiii. 231 ; Tharawadi, xiii. 272 ; Thon-
gwa, xiii. 290.

Karen-ni, plateau in Burma, viii. 7.

Karhal, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

Karharbari, coal-field in Bengal, viii.

8, 9 ; article ' India,' vi. 637.
Kariana, petty State in Kathiawar, viii. 9.
Karigatta, hill in Mysore, viii. 9.
Karikal, French settlement and town in

Madras, viii. 9-1 1.
Karimganj, village and Sub-division in

Assam, viii. 11.
Karimganj, village in Bengal, viii. 11.
Karjat, town and Sub-division in Bombay,

viii. II, 12.
Karjat, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.

. I2 ' J 3-

Karjat, town in Bombay, viii. 13.

VOL. XIV.



Karkal. See Karakal.
Karkamb, town in Bombay, viii. 13.
Karkur, hill pass in Madras, viii. 13.
Kirli, cave temple in Bombay, viii. 13-16.
Karma, Buddhist doctrine of, article

1 India,' vi. 141, 142.
Karma, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

16.
Karmala, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.

16.
Karmala, town in Bombay, viii. 17.
Karmar, State in Kathiawar, viii. 17.
Karnagarh, hill in Bengal, viii. 17, 18.
Karnal, District in Punjab, viii. 18-27 ;

physical aspects, 18-20 ; history, 20-22 ;

population, 22, 23 ; division of the

people into town and country, 23 ;

agriculture, 24, 25 ; commerce and

trade, etc., 25, 26; administration,

26, 27 ; medical aspects, 27.
Karnal, tahsil in Punjab, viii. 28.
Karnal, town in Punjab, viii. 28, 29.
Karnala, hill fort in Bombay, viii. 29,

3°-
Karnaphuli, river in E. Bengal, viii. t,o.

Karnatik or Carnatic, name given to the

Tamil country, viii. 30-32 ; history,

31 ; origin and use of the name, 31,

32 ; English and French wars in, rival
English and French candidates f< >r
the throne of Arcot ( 1 746-61), article
'India,' vi. 379, 390.

Karnprayag, village in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 32.
Karnul, District in Madras, viii. 32-44 ;

physical aspects, 32-36 ; rivers, 34 ;

geology, 34, 35 ; forests, 35 ; wild

animals, 35, 36 ; population, ^6, 37 ;

agriculture, 37, 38 ; tenures, 39 ;

natural calamities, 39-41 ; industries,

41 ; commerce, 41 ; roads, 41 ; history,

41-43; revenue history, 43, 44;

administration, 44 ; education, 44 ;

medical aspects, 44, 45.
Karnul, town in Madras, viii. 45.
Karnul Canal, purchased by Government

from the Madras Irrigation Company,

article ' India,' vi. 536, 537.
Karo, North, river in Bengal, viii. 45.
Karo, South, river in Bengal, viii. 45.
Karol, State in Bombay, viii. 45, 46.
Karond, chiefship in Central Provinces,

viii. 46, 47.
Karor, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

47, 48.

Karor, town in Punjab, viii. 48.

Karor. See Kahror.

Karra, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

48, 49-

Karrak, salt-mine in Punjab, viii. 49.
Karsiang, town and Sub-division in Ben-
gal, viii. 49.
Kartabhajas, a reformed Vishunite sect
M



i 7 8



INDEX.



around Calcutta, article 'India,' vi.

223. Localnotices — In Nadiya, x. 133;

Sylhet, xiii. 148, 149.
Kartairi, river in Madras, viii. 49, 50.
Kartak. See Dang States.
Rartarpur, town in Punjab, viii. 50.
Karumattampati, town in Madras, viii.

50.
Karumattur, town in Madras, vm. 50.
Rarumbhar, island in Cutch, viii. 50, 5 1.
Karun, river in Central Provinces, viii.

5 1 -
Rarungalaikudi, village in Madras, viii.

5 1 -

Ra-rup-pi, village in Burma, vm. 51.
Karur, town and taluk in Madras, viii.

5 1 -

Raroir, town in Bombay, vm. 52.

Karwaitnagar, estate in Madras, viii. 52,

53-
Karwaitnagar, town in Madras, viii. 53.
Karwar, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.

53, 54-

Karwar, town and port in Bombay, viii.
54-56 ; history, 54-56.

Rarwars, palanquin-bearers, the most
numerous low caste in Gonda, v. 150.

Karwi, town, Sub-division, and tahsil in
N.-W. Provinces, viii. 56, 57.

Rasai, river in Bengal, viii. 57.

Rasalang, river in Bengal, viii. 57.

Rasalang, village in Bengal, viii. 57, 58.

Kasaraghat. See Thalghat.

Rasaragod, town and tdhtk in Madras,
viii. 58.

Kasauli, hill station and cantonment in
Punjab, viii. 58, 59.

Kasba. See Jessor.

Rasba, village in Bard wan, Bengal, viii. 59.

Kasba, town in Purniah, Bengal, viii. 59.

Kasbatas, tdlukdar class in Ahmadabad,
i. 189.

Kasganj, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 59, 60.

Kashmir and Jamu, Native State, viii.
60-78; history, 60-62 ; physical aspects,
62 - 69 ; mountains, 63, 64 ; rivers,
64-67 ; minerals, 67 ; wild animals,
68, 69 ; population, 69, 70 ; chief
towns, 70, 71 ; languages, 71 ; flora,
71, 72; agriculture, 72, 73; famine,
73 ; manufactures, 73-75 ; coinage, 75 ;
climate, 75, 76 ; medical aspects, 76 ;
administration — law and justice, 76,
77 ; revenue, 77> 7$.

Kashmir shawls, Weaving of, article
' India,' vi. 603.

Kashmiris, numerous in Amritsar, i. 25S ;
Gilghit, v. 81; Gurdaspur, v. 209;
Hazara, v. 363 ; Himalaya mountains,
v. 412 ; Jehlam, vii. 170; Rila Sobha
Singh, viii. 217; Lucknow, viii. 516;
Ludhiana, viii. 521, 526; Peshawar,



xi. 151 ; Funjab, xi. 273 ; Rawal Pindi,
xii. 27 ; Sialkot, xii. 444.
Rashmor, town and taluk in Sind, viii.

Rashpur, village in Assam, viii. 79.
Kasia, village in N.-W. Provincts, viii.

79-

Rasiari, village in Bengal, viii. 79.

Rasijora, village in Bengal, viii. So.

Rasim. See Mir Rasim.

Rasimbazar, historic town in Bengal,
viii. 80, Si ; Company's factory estab-
lished at (1658), article ' India,' vi.
369 ; the chief emporium of the Gan-
getic trade in the 1 8th century, vi. 380.

Kasim Khan, general of Aurungzeb,
occupied Bangalore (16S7), ii. 61.

Kasimkota, town in Madras, viii. Si, 82.

Kasipur, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 82.

Kasipur. See Cossipur.

Kasi Ram Das, Bengali poet, and trans-
lator of the Mahabharata (17th cen-
tury), vi. 351.

Kasla Paginu Muwadu, petty State in
Bombay, viii. 82.

Kasmandi Kalan, town in Oudh, viii. 8^-

Kassia. See Kasia.

Kasta, pargaud in Oudh, viii. 83.

Kasiir, tahsil in Punjab, viii. 83, 84.

Kasur, town in Punjab, viii. 84, 85.

Katahra, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.
85.

Katak. See Cut tack.

Katakhal, river channel in Assam, viii.

8 5- , ...

Ratal, tract of country in N. Bengal, vm.

85, 86.

Ratalgarh, town in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 86.
Ratangi, estate in Central Provinces,

viii. 86.
Ratangi, State forest in Central Provinces,

viii. 86.
Ratangi, village in Central Provinces,

viii. 86.
Ratanis, silk - weavers and silkworm

breeders in Assam, i. 356 ; Ramrup,

vii. 359-
Ratas, sacred fountain in Punjab, viii.

86, 87.

Ratera. See Ratahra.

Rathi, petty State in Bombay, viii. 87.

Rathiawar, peninsula in Bombay, viii. SS.

Rathiawar, Political Agency in Bombay,
viii. 8S-97 ; physical aspects, 89, 90 ;
history, 90-92 ; population, 92, 93 ;
administration, 93, 94 ; communica-
tions, 94, 95 ; agriculture, commerce,
trade, etc., 95-97.

Rathirur, town in Madras, viii. 97.

Rathiwara, petty chiefship in Central
India, viii. 97.



INDEX.



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Kalhkaris, hill tribe in Bombay: — Janjira,

vii. 138 ; Kolaba, viii. 265 ; Matheran

Hill, ix. 364.
Kathmandu. See Khatmdndu.
Kathna, river in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 98.
Kathodis, wandering tribe in Bombay:—

Ahmadnagar, i. 100; Nasik, x. 231 ;

Poona, xi. 205.
Kathrota, petty State in Bombay, viii. 98.
Katiari. pargand in Oudh, viii. 98.
Katigora, village in Assam, viii. 99.
Katipara, village in Bengal, viii. 99.
Katjuri, river in Orissa, viii. 99.
Katna, river in Bengal, viii. 99.
Katoghan, village in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 99.
Katol, town and tahsil in Central Pro-
vinces, viii. 99, 100.
Katoria, petty State in Kathiawar, viii.

100.
Katosan, petty State in Bombay, viii.

100.
Katra, village in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

100.
Katra, town in Bengal, viii. 100, 101.
Katra Medniganj, town in Oudb, viii.

101.
Kattywar. See Kathiawar.
Katua. See Parwan.
Katumbar, town and tahsil in Rajputana,

viii. 101.
Katwa, town and Sub-division in Bengal,

viii. 101, 102.
Katyar, village in Bombay, viii. 102.
Kaundha, town in Oudh, viii. 103.
Kauniya, village in Bengal, viii. 103.
Kauravas, their quarrel and struggle with

the five Pandavas, as related in the

Mahabharata, vi. 119, 120.
Kauriala, river in Tibet, viii. 103.
Kauriya, village and tahsil in Central

Provinces, viii. 103, 104.
Kavai, town in Madras, viii. 104.
Kavale-durga, tdlak in Mysore, viii. 104.



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