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Kavale-durga, hill in Mysore, viii. 104,

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Kavali, town and taluk in Madras, viii.

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Kavandappadi, town in Madras, viii.

105.
Kaveri river. See Cauvery.
Kaveripak, town in Madras, viii. 105,

106.
Kaveripatam, town in Madras, viii. 106.
Kaveripuram, town in Madras, viii.

106.
Kavite, town in Madras, viii. 106.
Kawardha, petty State and town in Central

Provinces, viii. 106, 107.
Kaw-ka-dwut, village in Burma, viii.

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Kaw-ka-reit, village in Burma, viii. 107.



Kayal, historic port in Madras, viii. 107,
108.

Kayal patnam, town and port in Madras,
viii. 108.

Kayan. See Ken.
I Kayasths, or writer caste, particularly
numerous or otherwise noteworthy, in
Assam, i. 354 ; Bengal, ii. 296 ; Cal-
cutta, iii. 256 ; Dacca, iv. 83 ; Etah,
iv. 361 ; Etawah, iv. 273 ', Jessor, vii.
186 ; Kalia, vii. 325 ; Kampil, vii.
353 ; Katipara, viii. 99 ; Maiman
singh, ix. 194; Rangpur, xi. 494;
Saran, xii. 253 ; Sylhet, xiii. 148.

Kaye, Sir J. W. , History of the Indian
.Mutiny, quoted, on the defence of
Arrah, i. 333, 334 ; the mutiny at Bar-
rackpur, ii. 176.

Kayenkolam, seaport in Madras, viii.
108.

Kazipara, village in Bengal, viii. 108.

Keane, Lord, his campaign in Afghan-
istan, i. 50 ; took Ghazni (1839), v. 72 ;
his conduct in Sind, xii. 514.

Keating, Colonel, his campaign in Gujarat
with Raghuba, ii. 162.

Keatinge, Colonel R. H., his reforms in
Kathiawar (1863), viii. 92 ; discovered
fossils in West Malwa, ix. 269 ; im-
proved Mandlesar, ix. 308 ; Chief
Commissioner of Assam (1878), x.
145; his behaviour at Nimar (1857), x.
331; his arrangement between the Jains
and the chief of Palitana, xi. 3.

Kedar Ganga, mountain torrent in N.-W.
Provinces, viii. 109.

Kedar Kanta, mountain peak in N.-W.
Provinces, viii. 109.

Kedarmath, temple in N.-W. Provinces,
viii. 109.

Kedgeree, village in Bengal, viii. 109,
no.

Kediwari, largest mouth of the Indus,
viii. no.

Keeling, assisted the Zamorin of Calicut
against Cochin (1616), in order to
establish an English factory there,
iv. 12.

Keene, H. G., his account of the battle
of Panipat (1764), quoted, xi. 45-47;
his biography of George Thomas re-
ferred to, xii. 266.

Keiiha, village in N.-W. Provinces, viii.
no.

Kekri, town in Rajputana, viii. no.

Keladi, village in Mysore, viii. no.

Kelapur, taluk in Berar, viii. ill.

Keljhar, village in Central Provinces,
viii. in.

Kelly, Col., invaded and conquered the
Baramahal (1790, 1791), xii. 155.

Kelly, Sir R. D., cleared Azamgarh of
mutineers (1858), i. 395.



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INDEX.



Kelod, town in Central Provinces, viii. I

in.
Kelsi, creek in Bombay, viii. ill.
Kelsi, port in Bombay, viii. ill, 1 1 2.
Kelva. See Mahim.
Ken, river in the N.-W. Provinces, viii.

112.

Kenchengudda, town in Madras, viii.

112, 113.

Kenda, estate in Central Provinces, vm.

113-

Kendrapara, town and Sub-division in

Orissa, viii. 113.
Kendrapara Canal, branch of Orissa

Canal system, viii. 1 13, 114.
Kenduli, village in Bengal, viii. 1 14.
Kengeri, village in Mysore, viii. 114,

Kennedy, Lieut., assistant political agent,
Simla Hill Tracts, built first house at
Simla (1824), xii. 496.

Kennet, Rev. Dr., St. Thomas the
Apostle of India, quoted, vi. 233
(footnote 3) ; 235 (footnote) ; 237
(footnote 4) ; 239 (footnote 1).

Keobrang, pass in Punjab, viii. 115.

Keonthal, Hill State in Punjab, viii.
115, 116.

Kera, village in Cutch, viii. 116, 117.

Kerala. See Chera.

Kerowlee. See Karauli.

Kervir, town in Bombay, viii. 117.

Kesabpur, town in Bengal, viii. 117.

Kesari or Lion dynasty, in Orissa, x. 429.

Kesaria, petty State in Bombay, viii.
117, 118.

Kesariya, village in Bengal, viii. 118.

Keshab Chandra Sen, leader of the
Brahmos, ii. 290 ; his daughter mar-
ried to the Maharaja of Kuch Behar,
viii. 322.

Keshava Das, Hindi poet of the 16th
century, and composer of the Ram-
chandrika, vi. 345.

Keslabori, village in Central Provinces,
viii. 118.

Kesod, town in Kathiawar, viii. 118.

Keti, town and port in Bombay, viii.
1 18-120.

Keukuchi, halting-place in Punjab, viii.
120.

Keunjhar, State in Orissa, viii. 120, 121.

Keunthal. See Keonthal.

Keuts. See Kaibarttas.

Kewani, river in Oudh, viii. 120.

Keys, Mr., first explored the Nilgiri
Hills (1814), x. 303.

Khab, village in Punjab, viii. 12 1, 122.

Khabul, village in Punjab, viii. 122.

Khadki. See Kirki.

Khaga, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 122.

Khagan, valley in Punjab. See Kagan.



Khagaul, town in Bengal, viii. 122.
Khaghoria, village in Bengal, viii. 122,

I2 3-
Khagrapara, village in Assam, vm. 123.
Khaibar, pass in Afghanistan, viii. 123-

127 ; article ' India,' vi. 6.
Khair, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 127.
Khairabad, town and pargand in Oudh,

viii. 128.
Khairabad, river in Bengal, viii. 129.
Khairagarh, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 129.
Khairagarh, village in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 130.
Khairagarh, town and Native State in

Central Provinces, viii. 130.
Khairi, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

131-

Khairigarh, village and pargand in Oudh,
viii. 131, 132.

Khairi-Murat, range in Punjab, viii. 132.

Khairpur, Native State in Upper Sind,
viii. 132-137; physical aspects, 133,
134 ; population, 135 ; trade and
manufactures, etc., 135, 136 ; agri-
culture, 136 ; administration, 136, 137 ;
medical aspects, 137.

Khairpur, town in Bombay, viii. 137, 1 38.

Khairpur, town in Punjab, viii. 138.

Khairpur Dharki, town in Bombay, viii.

138, *39-

Khairpur Juso, village in Bombay, viii.

*39-

Khairpur Natheshah, village in Bombay,

viii. 139.
Khajaks, Pathan tribe in Sibi, xii. 456.
Khajauli, village in Bengal, viii. 139.
Khajri, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

: 39-

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

139, 140.

Khajura, village in Bengal, viii. 140.

Khajurahra, town in Oudh, viii. 140.

Khajurahu, historic town in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 140, 141.

Khajuri. See Kajuri.

Khakereru, village and tahsil in N.-W.
Provinces, viii. 141.

Khalari, village in Central Provinces,
viii. 141.

Khalilabad, village and tahsil in N.-W.
Provinces, viii. 141.

Khaling Dwar, forest reserve in Assam,
viii. 142.

Khambhala, petty State in Bombay, viii.

Khambhalia, town in Kathiawar, viii.

142.
Khamblao, petty State in Bombay, viii.

J 4 2 -

Khamgaon, taluk in Berar, viii. 142, 143.
Khamgaon, town in Berar, viii. 143, 144.



INDEX.



1S1



Khamti Hills', tract of country on frontier
of Assam, viii. 144-146. ForKhamtis,
see also Assam, i. 351 ; Lakhimpur,
viii. 429, 431.

Khan, river in Central India, viii. 146.

Khanapur, town and Sub - division in
Bombay, viii. 146, 147.

Khanapur, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.

147-

Khan Bahadur, grandson of Hafiz Rah-
mat Khan, leader of the Rohilla
mutineers ( 1857 ), organized a go-
vernment at Bareilly, ii. 140 ; in power
in Pilibhit, xi. 173.

Khanbalia, town in Punjab, viii. 147.

Khandaits, numerous caste in Balasor,
ii. 6 ; Cuttack, iv. 69 ; Keunjhar, viii.
120; Orissa, x. 435 ; Puri, xi. 303.

Khandala, sanitarium in Bombay, viii.

J 47-

Khandansa, pargana in Oudh, viii. 147,
148.

Khandauli, village in Bengal, viii. 1 48.

Khandauli, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,
viii. 148, 149.

Khandela, town in Rajputana, viii. 149.

Khandesh, Annexation of, to the Mughal
Empire by Akbar, vi. 294.

Khandesh, District in Bombay, viii. 149-
1 59 ; physical aspects, 149-15 1 ; geo-
logy, 151; history, 151-153 ; popula-
tion, 153-155; language, 155; agri-
culture, 155, 156; attempts at land
reclamation, 156, 157 ; industries, 157 ;
natural calamities, 157, 158; admini-
stration, 158; climate, 158, 159.

Khandgiri, hill in Orissa, viii. 159.

Khandgosh, village in Bengal, viii. 160.

Khandia, petty State in Bombay, viii. 160.

Khandpara, Native State in Orissa, viii.
160, 161.

Khandtarn, town in Bengal, viii. 16 1.

Khandwa, town and tahsil in Central
Provinces, viii. 161.

Khangarh, town in Punjab, viii. 162, 163.

Khania-dhana, petty State in Central
India, viii. 163.

Khania-dhana, town in Central India,
viii. 163.

Khan Jahan, his tomb at Bagherhat
(1459), i. 417 ; his attempts to reclaim
the Sundarbans, xiii. no.

Khan Jahan, general of Aurungzeb, took
and plundered Haidarabad (1686), v.
256.

Khanna, town in Punjab, viii. 163.

Khanpur, village in Bombay, viii. 163,
164.

Khanpur, town in Punjab, viii. 164.

Khanua, village in Rajputana, viii. 164.

Khanwahan, village in Bombay, viii. 164.

Khanwah Canal, irrigation work in Pun-
jab, viii. 164, 165.



Khanzadahs, Muhammadan class in Raj-
putana, xi. 411.
Khapa, town in Central Provinces, viii.

165-
Kharaila, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

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Kharakpur, town in Bengal, viii. 165.
Kharak Singh, successor of Ranjit Singh,

repaired Khanwah Canal, viii. 164 ;

his reign (1839-40), xi. 264, 265.
Kharal, petty State in Bombay, viii. 166.
Kharar, town and tahsil in Punjab, viii.

166.
Kharda, town in Bombay, viii. 166, 167.
Khardah, village in Bengal, viii. 167.
Kharela. See Kharaila.
Khargon, town in Central India, viii. 167.
Khaii, village in Bengal, viii. 167.
Kharian, tahsil in Punjab, viii. 167.
Khariar, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

167.
Khariar, village in Central Provinces,

viii. 168.
Kharkhanda, town in Punjab, viii. 168.
Kharmatar, village in Bengal, viii. 168.
Kharod, town in Central Provinces, viii.

16S.
Kharsal, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

168, 169.
Kharsawan, petty State in Bengal, viii.

169.
Kharshan. See Karsiang.
Kharsi Jhalaria, estate in Central India,

viii. 169.
Kharsua, river in Orissa, viii. 169.
Kharturi, town in Bengal, viii. 169.
Kharwars, aboriginal tribe, numerous in

Cuttack, iv. 69; Dinajpur, iv. 292;



Gaya, v. 46 ; Hazaribagh,



!73;



Lohardaga, viii. 480 ; Maldah, ix. 243 ;
Manbhum, ix. 280 ; Midnapur, ix.
427 ; Mirzapur, ix. 456 ; Narsinghpur,
x. 220 ; Orissa, x. 436 ; Raipur, xi.
372; Sambalpur, xii. 182; Santal
Parganas, xii. 229 ; Shahabad, xii.
327 ; Singhbhum, xii. 535.

Khasaura, town in Oudh, viii. 169.

Khasi and Jaintia Hills, District in Assam,
viii. 169-180; history, 170-172; physical
aspects, 172, 173; natural phenomena,
174; people, 174; the Khasis, 174,
175 ; condition of the people, 175, 176;
agriculture, 176, 177 ; commerce, 177,
178; administration, 17S, 179; medical
aspects, 179, 180.

Khasias, principalHindutribein Kumaun,

viii. 353-
Khasis, aboriginal tribe in Assam, article

' India,' vi. 71 (footnote). Local notices

—Assam, i. 351 ; Kamrup, vii. 355;

Khasi Hills, viii. 174-179; Syluet,

xiii. 149.
Khasor. See Khisor.



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INDEX.



Khatak Hills, range in Punjab, viii. 1S0,

1S1.
Khataks, tribe in Afghanistan, i. 42 ;

Bannu, ii. 92 ; Kohat, viii. 243-245,

246 ; Teri, xiii. 243.
Khatas, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.

181.
Khatauli, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

181.
Khatmandu, capital of Nepal, viii. 181-

185.
Khattris. See Trading castes.
Khazi Abdul Kadii, minister of Sher Ali,

his estimate of the population of Herat,

v - 392.
Khed, town and Sub-division in Ratnagiri

District, Bombay, viii. 185, 186.
Khed, town and Sub-division in Poona

District, Bombay, viii. 186.
Khejiri. See Kedgeree.
Khekera, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

187.
Khelat, Independent State in Baluchistan,

viii. 187.
Khelat, capital of State in Baluchistan,

viii. 187, 188.
Khem Karn, town in Punjab, viii. 188.
Khem Sawant Rai Bahadur, chief of

Sawantwari (1755- 1803), his history,

xii. 298.
Kheradi Surmul, Bhil teacher in Mahi

Kantha, his doctrines, ix. 178.
Kherali, petty State in Kathiawar, viii.

188, 189.
Kheralu, town in Bombay, viii. 189.
Kheri, District in Oudh, viii. 189-198 ;

physical aspects, 189-191; history, 191 ;

population, 191 -193 ; agriculture, 193-

195 ; natural calamities, 195 ; roads,

manufactures, trades, etc., 195, 196;

administration, 196, 197 ; climate,

197 ; medical aspects, 197, 198.
Kheri, pargand in Oudh, viii. 198, 199.
Kheri, town in Oudh, viii. 199.
Kherkeria, village in Assam, viii. 199.
Kherna, seaport in Bombay, viii. 199.
Khetri, chiefship and town in Rajputana,

viii. 199, 200.
Kheura. See Mayo Mines.
Khiaodah, petty State in Central India,

viii. 200.
Khijadia Naganis, petty State in Kathia-
war, viii. 200.
Khijaria, State in Bombay, viii. 200.
Khijaria, petty State in Kathiawar, viii.

200.
Khilchipur, State in Central India, viii.

200.
Khilchipur, town in Central India, viii.

200, 201.
Khilji dynasty, The (1290- 1 320), article

'India,' vi. 280 - 283 ; Jalal-ud-din

(1290-95), 280; Ala -ud- din (1295-



1315), 281, 282; Mughal mercenaries
and Hindu revolts, 282, 283 ; Khusru,
renegade Hindu Emperor (1316-20!,
282, 283.

Khimlasa, town in Central Provinces,
viii. 201.

Khindoli. See Khandauli.

Khipra, town and tdiuk in Bombay, viii.
201, 202.

Khirasra, petty State in Bombay, viii.
202.

Khiron, town and pargami in Oudh, viii.
202.

Khirpai, village in Bengal, viii. 203.

Khisor Hills, range in Punjab, viii. 203,
204.

Khojahs, Muhammadan class in Bombay
Presidency, iii. 52, city, iii. 81.

Kholapur, town in Berar, viii. 204.

Kholpetua, river in Bengal, viii. 204.

Khora, village in Bombay, viii. 204.

Khoshab. See Khushab.

Khudabad, historic town in Bombay, viii.
204.

Khugianis, tribe in Afghanistan, i. 42.

Khudian, town in Punjab, viii. 204, 205.

Khujji, estate in Central Provinces, viii.
205.

Khulna, District in Bengal, viii. 205-209;
physical aspects, 205, 206 ; history,
206 ; population, 206 ; towns and
villages, 206, 207 ; occupations, 207 ;
agriculture, 207, 208 ; national cala-
mities, 208 ; commerce and trade, 208 ;
administration, 208, 209 ; medical
aspects — climate, 209; diseases, 209 ;
medical institutions, 209.

Khulna, Sub-division in Bengal, viii.
209, 210.

Khulna, town in Bengal, viii. 210.

Khumber. See Kumbher.

Khum, port and lighthouse in Bombay,
viii. 210.

Khund, valley in Punjab, viii. 210.

Khundalu, lake in Punjab, viii. 211.

Khurdha, town and Sub - division in
Orissa, viii. 211.

Khurja, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 211, 212.

Khushab, tahsil in Punjab, viii. 212, 213.

Khushab, town in Punjab, viii. 213, 214.

Khusru Khan, renegade Hindu Emperor
of the Khilji dynasty (1316-20), article
' India,' vi. 2S2, 283.

Khusru, son of the Emperor Jahangir,
died and is buried at Allahabad, i. 196 ;
rebelled at Lahore, viii. 415.

Khutahan, town and tahsil in N.-W.
Provinces, viii. 214.

Khutgaon, estate in Central Provinces,
viii. 214, 215.

Khwa. See Kwa.

Khyins. See Chins.



INDEX.



183



Khyoung-tsln'in. See Kyaung-sun.
Khyrim, petty State in Assam, viii. 215.
Kiamari, island forming harbour of

Karachi, Sind, viii. 215.
Kiching, village in Orissa, viii. 215.
Kidd, Capt., sacked Calicut (1695), "*•

270.
Kidderpur, village in Bengal, viii. 216.
Kiernander, Danish Protestant missionary,

vi. 260 ; built Old Mission Church,

Calcutta, iii. 252 ; his history, iii. 252.
Kiggat-nad, taluk in S. India, viii. 216.
Kilakarai, seaport in Madras, viii. 216.
Kilang. See Kolang.
Kila Sobha Singh, town in Punjab, viii.

216, 217.
Kilat-i-Ghilzai, town in Afghanistan, i.

34, 35-
Kiting, river in Assam, vm. 217.
Kiliyar, river in Madras, viii. 217.
Killianwala. See Chilianwala.
Kilpuri, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

2I 7-

Kimedi,hill tract in Madras, vm. 217-219.

Kimiria, river in Orissa, viii. 219.

Kimlia, pass in Punjab, viii. 219.

Kingfishers' skins, exported from Chitta-
gong, iii. 435.

Kindersley, Mr., discovered the Nflgiri
table-land (1819), x. 303.

Kineer, Major, his failure to take Gingi
(1752), v. 84.

Kinhi, estate in Central Provinces, vm.
219.

Kinloch, Captain, his march into Nepal,
x. 285.

Kin-rwa, village in Burma, viii. 219.

Kirakat, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 219, 220.

Kirantis, tribe on the Himalaya Moun-
tains, v. 413 ; in Nepal, x. 279.

Kiratpur, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.
220.

Kirat Singh Bamraolia, Rana of Gonad,
his transactions with Sindia, and Lords
Wellesley and Cornwallis, iv. 277.

Kirki, town in Bombay, viii. 220, 221 ;
attack on, by the Marathas, repulsed
(1817), article ' India,' vi. 402.

Kirkpatrick, Colonel, on the revenues of
Nepal, x. 380 ; his list of Nepalese
princes, x. 284.

Kirli. See Dang States.

Kirnapur, estate in Central Provinces,
viii. 221.

Kirran, river in Punjab, viii. 221.

Kirthal, village in N.-W. Provinces, viii.
221.

Kirtibas Ojha, Sivaite religious poet of
the 1 6th century, vi. 349, 359.

Kirtinasa, river in Bengal, viii. 221,
222.

Kishangarh, Native State in Rajputana,



viii. 222, 223 ; history, 222 ; revenue,
agriculture, etc., 223.

Kishangarh, capital of State in Rajputana,
viii. 223, 224.

Kishen Bhat, founder of the Manbhau
sect at Ritpur, xii. 58.

Kishenganj, village in Bengal, viii. 224.

Kishni, town in Oudh, viii. 224.

Kisoriganj, town and Sub-division in
Bengal, viii. 224.

Kisoriganj, village in Bengal, viii. 225.

Kistawar, town in Kashmir, viii. 225.

Kistna, District in Madras, viii. 225-234;
physical aspects, 225, 226; fore-:-,
226, 227 ; history, 227, 228 ; popula-
tion, 228-230; agriculture, 230, 231 ;
natural calamities, 231, 232 ; manu-
factures, etc., 232, 233; administration,
233, 234 ; medical aspects, 234.

Kistna, river of S. India, viii. 234-237.

Kistnapur, town in Madras, viii. 237.

Kistvaens, Builders of, in ancient India,

vi - 53-

Kittur, town and fort in Bombay, vm.

2 37, 238.

Kizilbashis, non-Afghan tribe in Afghan-
istan, i. 42, 43.

Klaproth, quoted, on Lake Palti, v. 407 ;
the Irawadi, vii. 19.

Knox, Captain W. D., his embassy to
Nepal and treaty (1802), x. 287.

Koch, aboriginal race in N. Bengal, viii.
238 ; vi. 187, 188. Local notices —
Numerous in Assam, i. 35 1 ; Bengal,
ii. 296 ; Bogra, iii. 28 ; Cachar, iii.
230 ; Dacca, iv. 8^ ; Darjiling, iv.
133 ; Darrang, iv. 145 ; Dinajpur, iv.
292 ; Eastern Dwars, iv. 352 ; Garo
Hills, v. 28; Goalpara, \\ 115; Jal-
paiguri, vii. Ill, 112; Kamrup, vii.
359 ; Kuch Behar, viii. 322, 323 ;
Lakhimpur, viii. 430 ; Maimansingh,
ix. 193 ; Maldah, ix. 243 ; Nadiya, x.
133 ; Nowgong, x. 409 ; Purniah, xi.
325, 326 ; Rangpur, xi. 493 ; Sibsagar,
xii. 463, 464.

Kochchi Bandar. See Cochin.

Kod, Sub-division in Bombay, viii. 238,

239-

Kodachadri, mountain in Madras, vm.

239-
Kodagu. See Coorg.
Kodaikanal, hamlet in Madras, viii. 239,

240.
Kodashiri, mountain in Madras, viii.

240.
Kodinar, town in Bombay, viii. 240.
Kodlipet, town in Coorg, viii. 240.
Kodumur, town in Madras, viii. 240.
Kodungalur, town in Madras, viii. 240,

241.
Koel. See Koil.
Koel, North, river in Bengal, viii. 241.



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INDEX.



Koel, South, river in Bengal, viii. 242.

Koenig, Danish physician and pupil of
Linnoeus, first scientific student of
Indian botany, ix. 81.

Koftgari, or damascene work, made in
Sialkot, xii. 447, 448.

Kohan Dil Khan, his tyranny in Kanda-
har (1843-55), vii. 39i, 394.

Kohat, District in Punjab, viii. 242-249 ;
physical aspects, 242, 243 ; history,
243-245 ; population, 245, 246 ; agri-
culture, 246, 247 ; commerce and
trade, 247, 248 ; administration, 248,
249 ; medical aspects, 249.

Kohat. tahsil in Punjab, viii. 249.

Kohat, town in Punjab, viii. 249, 250.

Kohat Toi, river in Punjab, viii. 250.

Kohistan, taluk in Bombay, viii. 250, 252.

Kohris or Koris, in Bhandara, ii. 364 ;
Champaran, iii. 338, 342 ; Garhbori,
v. 14 ; Oudh, x. 499 ; Sagar, xii. 104.

Koil, tahsil in N. -W. Provinces, viii. 252.

Koil. See Aligarh town.

Koil Kuntla, taluk in Madras, viii. 252.

Koilpatti, village in Madras, viii. 252.

Kokur, spring in Kashmir, viii. 252,

Kols, aboriginal tribe in Bengal, Orissa,
and Central Provinces, viii. 253-260 ;
origin, 253, 254 ; village organization,
254-256 ; religion, 256, 257 ; Munda
marriages, 257, 258 ; iron -smelting,
258 ; food, 258 ; property, 258, 259 ;
character, etc., 259 ; Kol population,
259, 260 ; article ' India,' vi. 64-68 ;
their convergence in Central India, 64;
their disper ? ion, 64, 65 ; scattered
Kolarian fragments, 65 ; Kolarian
languages, 65 - 68. Local notices —
Found in Bamanghati, ii. 40 ; Bamra,
ii. 42 ; Behar, ii. 225 ; Chutia Nagpur,
ii. 297, iii. 462, 463, 464 ; Central
India, iii. 295 ; Chang Bhakar, iii.
367 ; Cuttack, iv. 70 ; Daman-i-Koh,
iv. 104 ; Dinajpur, iv. 292 ; Hazari-
bagh, v. 373 ; Jabalpur, vii. 32 ;
Keunjhar, viii. 120 ; Kiching, viii.
215 ; Kolhan, viii. 2S0 ; Korea, viii.
297 ; Kotapalli, viii. 309 ; Lohardaga,
viii. 480 ; Maihar, ix. 189 ; Maldah,
ix. 243 ; Malkangiri, ix. 258 ; Mandla,
ix. 303 ; Mirzapur, ix. 456 ; Monghyr,
ix. 483; Morbhanj, ix. 516; Naga-
varam, x. 159 ; Orissa, x. 436 ; Orissa
Tributary States, x. 472 ; Panna, xi.
50 ; Potikall, xi. 223 ; Sambalpur, xii.
182; Santal Parganas, xii. 229, 230;
Saranda Hills, xii. 259 ; Sarguja, xii.
267 ; Singhbhiim, xii. 532 - 535 ;
Sohawal, xiii. 47.

Kolaba, District in Bombay, viii. 260-
271; physical aspect, 260-262 ; history,
262-264 J population, 264-266 ; agri-



culture, 266 - 268 ; natural calamities,
268, 269 ; trade, etc., 269 ; communi-
cations, 269, 270 ; administration, 270;
medical aspects, 270, 271.

Kolaba, spur of land protecting the
harbour of Bombay, viii. 271.

Kolachel, town in Madras, viii. 271, 272.

Koladyne. See Ku-la-dan.

Kolair. See Kolar.

Kolak, port in Bombay, viii. 272.

Kolakambai, river in Madras, viii. 272.

Kolang, village in Punjab, viii. 272.

Kolar, District in Mysore, viii. 272-27S ;
physical aspects, 272, 273 ; history,
273, 274 ; population, 274, 275 ;
agriculture, 275 - 277 ; manufactures,
277; administration, 277, 278; medical
aspects, 278.

Kolar, taluk in Mysore, viii. 27S.

Kolar, town in Mysore, viii. 279.

Kolar, lake in Madras, viii. 279, 280.

Kole, town in Bombay, viii. 280.

Kolhan, hilly tract in Bengal, viii. 280.

Kolhapur, Native State in Bombay, viii.
280-285 ; physical aspects, 280, 281 ;
history, 28 1 - 283 ; population, 283,
284; trade, etc., 2S4 ; revenue, ad-
ministration, etc., 284 ; climate and
medical aspects, 284, 285.

Kolhapur, capital of State in Bombay,
viii. 285.

Kolikodu. See Calicut.

KoliSj important cultivating caste in
Ahmadabad, i. 85, 86 ; Broach, iii.
104; Cambay, iii. 271 ; Central India,
iii. 295 ; Edar, iv. 337 ; Kotaha, viii.
309; Mahi Kantha, ix. 176, 177;
Narukot, x. 226; Nasik, x. 231;
Rajputana, xi. 410 ; Rewa Kantha,
xii. 52, 53 ; Sirohi, xiii. 5.

Kolkai, village in Madras, viii. 285, 2S6.

Kolladam, river in Madras. See Coleroon.

Kollamallai, mountain range in Madras,
viii. 286.

Roller, lake in Madras. See Kolar.

Kolliir, pass in Madras, viii. 286.

Kolong. See Kolang.

Kombai, town in Madras, viii. 2S6.

Komorin. See Comorin.

Komulmair, pass in Rajputana, viii. 287.

Konch. See Kunch.

Kondapalli, town in Madras, viii. 2S7.

Kondavir, town and fort in Madias, viii.
viii. 287, 288.

Kondayapollam, town in Madras, viii.
288.

Kondka, petty State in Central Provinces,
viii. 2S8.

Kongnoli, town in Bombay, viii. 2SS.

Konkair. See Kakair.

Konkan, lowland strip in Bombay, viii.
289 - 292 ; physical aspects, natural
history, and geology, 291, 292.



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Konnagar, village in Bengal, viii. 292.

Koosee. See Kusi.

Kooshtea. See Kushtia.

Kopaganj, town in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 292.
Kopargaon, village and Sub-division in

Bombay, viii. 292, 293.
Kopilas, 1, ill in Orissa, viii. 294.
Kopili. See Kapili.
Koppa, village and tdluk in Mysore, viii.

294.
Kora, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 294, 295.
Kora, hill in Bengal, viii. 295.
Korabaga, estate in Central Provinces,

viii. 295, 296.
Korabar, town in Rajputana, viii. 296.
Koracha, estate in Central Provinces,

viii. 296.
Koragars, tribe in Kanara, vii. 379.
Korangi. See Coringa.
Korari Kalan, town in Oudh, viii. 296.
Koratagiri, village and tdluk in Mysore,

viii. 296.
Koravachandlus, or Koravars, curious

gipsy-like tribe in Anantapur, i. 276 ;

South Arcot, i. 322 ; Bellary, ii. 244 ;

Madras Presidency, ix. 21 ; Palni

Mountains, xi. 17, 18.
Korba, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

296.
Korea, Native State in Chutia Nagpur,

viii. 297.
Korea, hill range in Bengal, viii. 297,

298.
Koregaon, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.

298.
Kori, river in Bombay, viii. 298.
Korigaum, town in Bombay, viii. 298,

299.
Koros, Alexander Csoma de. See Csoma

de Koros.
Kortalaiyaru. See Cor tel liar.
Korwas, aboriginal tribe in Chutia

Nagpur, iii. 463, 464, 465.
Kosala, ancient division of Central India,



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