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viii. 299.
Kosa Nag, mountain lake in N. India,

viii. 299.
Kosi, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 299, 300.
Kosigi, town in Madras, viii. 300.
Kosmos Indicopleustes. See Cosmos.
Kota, village in Madras, viii. 300.
Kota, village in Berar, viii. 300.
Kota, primitive tribe in Madras, viii.

300-302 ; in the Nilgiri Hills, x. 311.
Kot Adu, town in Punjab, viii. 302.
Kotae, ancient ruins in State of Cutch,

viii. 302, 303.
Kotagiri, hill station in Madras, viii. 303.
Kotah, Native State in Rajputana, viii.

303-308 ; physical aspects, 303, 304 ;



history, 304-306; crops, etc., 306;

population, 306, 307 ; administration,

307 ; climate, 307, 30S.
Kotah, capital of State in Rajputana,

viii. 308.
Kotaha, pargand in Punjab, viii. 308,

309-

Kotai. See Kotae.

Kotalpur, village in Bengal, viii. 309.

Kotapalli. See Kotipahi.

Kotapallij Sub-division in Central Pro-
vinces, viii. 309.

Kotappakonda, village in Madia-, viii.

3°9-
Kotar, port in Madras, via. 309, 310.
Kotaraikarrai, town and tdluk in Madras,

viii. 310.
Kotaria, town in Rajputana, viii. 310.
Kotayam, town and tdluk in Madras

viii. 310.
Kotchandpur, village in Bengal, viii.

310.
Kote-betta, mountain in Coorg, viii. 310,

311.
Kotharia, petty State in Bombay, viii.

3 11 -

Kothi, petty Hill State in Punjab, viii.

311.

Kothi, petty State in Baghelkhand, viii.

3 11 -

Kothide, petty State in Central India,

viii. 311, 312.
Koti. See Kothi.

Kotipalli, village in Madras, viii. 312.
Kot Kamalia, town in Punjab, viii. 312,

3*3-
Kot Kangra. See Kangra (town).
Kotkhai Kotgarh, tahsil in Punjab, viii.

3^3-
Kot Puth, town in Rajputana, vm. 313.
Kotra Nayani, petty Siate in Katbiawar,

viii - 3 l 3- ...

Kotrang, town in Bengal, vni. 313.
Kotra Pitha, petty State in Kathiawar,

viii - 3 I 3- „ . T ,,..,

Kotra Sangani, petty State in Kathia-
war, viii. 313.

Kotri, tdluk in Sind, viii. 313, 314-

Kotri, town in Sind, viii. 314, 315.

Kottai Vellalars. See Tinnevelli, xiii.
302.

Kottapatam, port in Madras, viii. 315.

Kottayam. See Kotayam. ^

Kottur, town in Madras, viii. 315.

Kourtalam. See Courtallum.

Kovilam. See Covelong.

Kovur, town in Madras, viii. 315.

Koyakhai, river in Orissa, viii. 315.

Koyambatur. See Coimbatore.

Koyas, wild tribe in Rampa, xi. 454.

Kranganur. See Kodungalur.

Krishna. See Kistna.

Krishna- worship, article 'India,' vi. 222 ;



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INDEX.



a religion of pleasure, 222, 223 ; love
_ songs, 223 ; hymn to, 348, 349.
Krishna Chandra, Raja of Nadiya,
assisted Clive at Plassey (1757), x.

130.

Krishna Raya, Raja of Vijayanagar,
built temples of Conjevaram, iv. 26 ;
conquered Godavari District (15 16), v.
123; took Kondapalli and Kondavir,
viii. 287 ; reconquered Rajamahendri,
xi. ^8^ ; visited the temple of Sinha-
chalam, xii. 543 ; reduced the kingdom
of Udayagiri, xiii. 425.

Krishnaganj, town in Nadiya District,
Bengal, viii. 315, 316.

Krishnaganj, town and Sub-division in
Purniah District, Bengal, viii. 316.

Krishnagar, town and Sub-division in
Bengal, viii. 316, 317.

Krishnagiri, town and taluk in Madras,
viii. 317, 318.

Krishnai, river in Assam, viii. 318.

Krishnaji, took Pawagarh (1727), which
he made his head-quarters, xi. 122.

Krishtna. See Kistna.

Kshattriya or warrior caste of ancient
India, article ' India,' vi. 89-94 ;
growth of the caste, 89-91 ; struggle
between the priestly and warrior castes,
92-94 ; cases of Kshattriyas attaining
Brahmanhood, 92, 93 ; legendary ex-
termination of the Kshattriyas by
Parasurama, the sixth incarnation of
Vishnu, 94. For their distribution,
see each Distiict article, and also
Rajputs.

Kuar Singh, mutineer leader, besieged
court house of Arrah (1857), i. 323>
xii. 328, 329 ; besieged Azamgarh
(1S58), i. 395 ; lived at Jagdispur in
Shahabad, vii. 41 ; entered Mirzapur,
but was driven out by the people, ix.

455-

Kuba, petty State in Bombay, viii. 318.

Kubattur, village in Mysore, viii. 318.

Kuch Behar, Native State in N. Bengal,
viii. 318-327 ; physical aspects, 318,
319; history, 319-322; people, 322,
323 ; agriculture, 323, 324 ; manufac-
tures, etc., 324, 325 ; administration,
325-327 ; medical aspects, 327.

Kuch Behar, capital of State in N.
Bengal, viii. 327, 328.

Kuchla Bijna, town in Oudh, viii. 328.

Kuchmala, hill in Madras, viii. 328.

Kudalur. See Cuddalore.

Kudalur. See Gudalur.

Kudarimukh. See Kuduremuhka.

Kudarkot, village in N. -W. Provinces,
viii. 329.

Kuddana, State in Bombay, viii. 329.

Kuditini, town in Madras, viii. 329.

Kudligi, taluk in Madras, viii. 329.



Kuduremukha, mountain peak in Madras,

viii. 329.
Kuhan. See Kahan.
Kuhlur. See Kahlur.
Kukdel, town in Bombay, viii. 330.
Kiikis, wild tribes inhabiting frontiers of

Assam and Bengal, viii. 330. See

Lushai Hills and Lushais.
Kukra Mailani, pargand in Oudh, viii.

330.

Kulachi, town and tahsil in Punjab, vm.

330, 331.
Ku-la-dan, river in Burma, viii. 331,

332.
Ku-la-dan, township in Burma, vm.

332.

Kulaghat, village in Bengal, viii. 332.
Kulasekharapatnam, town and seaport

in Madras, viii. 332.
Kulik, river in Bengal, viii. 333.
Kulitalai, town and taluk in Madras,

viii. 333.
Kullar, village in Madras, viii. 333, 334.
Kullu. See Kulu.
Kulpahar, town and tahsil in N.-W.

Provinces, viii. 334.
Kulsi, river in Assam, viii. 334.
Kulsi, forest reserve in Assam, viii. 334,

. 335*

Kulsia. See Kalsia.

Kultas. See Kalitas.

Kulu, tahsil in Punjab, viii. 335.

Kulu, hill tract in Punjab, viii. 335-344 ;
physical aspects, 335-338 ; history, 338,
339 ; population, 339, 340 ; Plach or
Kulu Mission, 340 ; pasturage rights
and customs, 340-342 ; agriculture,
342, 343 ; tenure of land, 343 ; com-
merce and trade, 343, 344 ; roads, etc.,
344 ; medical aspects, 344.

Kulutzai, village in Kashmir, viii. 344.

Kumalgarh, fort in Rajputana, viii. 345.

Kumaon. See Kumaun.

Kumar, river of Bengal, viii. 345.

Kumaradhari, river of Madras, viii. 345.

Kumarganj, village in Bengal, viii. 346.

Kumari. See Comorin.

Kumarila, Brahmanical religious reformer
(750), vi. 191 ; 209 ; 329, 330.

Kumarkhali, town in Bengal, viii. 346.

Kumaun, Division in N.-W. Provinces,
viii ; 346, 347-

Kumaun, District in N.-W. Provinces,
viii. 347-358 ; physical aspects, 347-
350 ; history, 350 - 352 ; population,
352 - 354 ; agriculture, 354, 355 ;
natural calamities, 355, 356 ; manu-
factures, commerce, etc., 356 ; ad-
ministration, 356, 357 ; climate, etc.,
357, 358.

Kumbaranis, tribe of Brahuis in Baluchi-
stan, ii. 29 ; to which Khan of Khelat
belongs, iii. 100.



INDEX.



187



Kumbhdkamdrug, mountain in Madras,

viii. 358.
Kumhhakonam. See Combaconum.
Kumbharli-ghat, road over Western

Ghats, Bombay, viii. 358.
Kumbher, town in Rajputana, viii. 358.
Kumbhipathias, small sect in the Central

Provinces, their doctrines, iii. 315 ;

numerous in Sambalpur, xii. 182.
Kumharsain, Hill State in Punjab, viii.

358, 359-

Kumhrawan, pargana in Oudh, vm. 359.

Kumilla. See Comilla.

Kumiria, village in Bengal, viii. 359.

Kumis, tribe in the Chittagong Hill
Tracts, iii. 450.

Kumlagarh, fortress in Punjab, viii. 359.

Kumpta, Sub-division in Bombay, viii.
359> 36o. tm

Kumpta, town in Bombay, via. 360,
36i.

Kunawar, hilly tract in Bashahr State,
Punjab, viii. 361, 362.

Kunawaris, inhabitants of Bashahr State,
Punjab, xii. 500.

Kunbis, most numerous and important
agricultural caste in Ahmadabad, i. 85
86 ; Ahmadnagar, i. 100 ; Akola, i
143 ; Amraoti, i. 247 ; Bombay Pre
sidency, iii. 51 ; Broach, iii. 104
Kaira, vii. 302; Khandesh, viii. 154
Nasik, x. 229 ; Poona, xi. 205, 206
Rajputana, xi. 410 ; Ratnagiri, xii. 7
Satara, xii. 279, 280 ; Sholapur, xii
413 ; Thana, xiii. 252 ; Wun, xiii. 541

Kunch, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro
vinces, viii. 362, 363.

Kund. See Khund.

Kundada-betta, peak in Coorg, viii.

Kundahs, hill range in Madras, viii. 363,

3 64 ; ,

Kundala, village in Punjab, viii. 364.
Kundapur. See Kandapur.
Kundhnan Khurd. See Kandarka Khurd.
Kundia, village in Rajputana, viii. 364.
Kundla, town in Bombay, viii. 364.
Kundri, North, pargana in Oudh, viii.

3 6 4>.365-

Kundri, South, pargana in Oudh, viii.

365;
Kunhar, river in Punjab, viii. 365.
Kunhiar, Hill State in Punjab, viii. 365,

366.
Kuni, river in Berar, viii. 366.
Kunia-dhana. See Khania-dhana.
Kunigal, town and idluk in Mysore, viii.

366.
Kunjah, town in Punjab, viii. 366.
Kunjpura, town in Punjab, viii. 366,

.367.

Kuns, hill tribe in Arakan, iii. 1 S3.
Kunsa, town in Oudh, viii. 367.



Kunur. See Coonoor.

Kupili, town and seaport in Madras, viii.

Kurai, town and tahsil in Central Pro-
vinces, viii. 367, 368.

Kuram, district and valley in Afghanistan,
viii. 368-370.

Kuram, mountain pass into Afghanistan
from the Punjab, article ' India,' vi. 6.

Kuram, river of Afghanistan, viii. 370.

Kurambranad, taluk in Madras, viii. 370.

Kurandwad. See Kurundwad.

Kurantadih, town and tahsil in N.-W.
Provinces, viii. 370, 371.

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

37, 1 '
Kurauli, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.

371.

Kurauna, pargana in Oudh, viii. 371,

372.
Kurders, hill tribe on the Kuchmala Hill,

viii. 328.
Kurds, in Baluchistan, ii. 29.
Kurg. See Coorg.
Kurha Keshupur, town in Oudh, viii.

372.
Kurhurbaree. See Karharbari.
Kurigram, village and Sub-division in

Bengal, viii. 372.
Kurivikulam, town in Madras, viii. 372.
Kurkus, aboriginal tribe, numerous in

Betul, ii. 330 ; Chhindwara, iii. 400 ;

Hoshangabad, v. 445 ; Nimar, x. 332.
Kurla, town in Bombay, viii. 372, 373.
Kurmatur, town in Madras, viii. 373.
Kurmis, industrious agricultural caste in

Allahabad, i. 189; Bara Banki, ii.

1 10 ; Bareilly, ii. 141 ; Basti, ii. 210 ;

Cawnpur, iii. 283, 284, 285 ; Central

Provinces, iii. 316 ; Champaran, iii.

338, 342 ; Chanda, iii. 352 ; Damoh,

iv. no, ill ; Deoria, iv. 206; Fateh-

pur, iv. 426 ; Jaunpur, vii. 155, 156 ;

Jhansi, vii. 222 ; Lohardaga, viii. 481 ;

Manbhum, ix. 280, 281 ; Nagpur, x.

169 ; Oudh, x. 49S ; Pilibhit, xi. 174 ;

Sagar, xii. 104 ; Shahjahanpur, xii.

347 ; Singhbhum, xii. 537 ; Wardha,

xiii. 525.
Kurnool. See Karnul.
Kurpa. See Cuddapah.
Kurrachee. See Karachi.
Kursanda, town in N.-W. Provinces,

viii. 373-
Kursat, town in Oudh, viii. 373.
Kursat Kalan, town in Oudh, viii. 373.
Kurseli, town in Oudh, viii. 373.
Kurseong. See Karsiang.
Kursi, town and pargana in Oudh, viii.

373, 374-
Kurtkoti, town in Bombay, viii. 374.
Kurubars, caste of blanket weavers in

Sira, xii. 546.



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INDEX.



Kuruda-male, hill in Mysore, viii. 374.
Kurugodu, town in Madras, viii. 374.
Kurukshetra, sacred tract in Punjab, viii.

374, 375-

Kurumba, primitive tribe in Madras, viii.

375, 376 5 Mysore, x. 9S, 99 ; Nilgiri
Hills, x. 311, 312.

Kurundwad, Native State in Bombay,

viii. 376, 377 .
Kurundwad, town in Bombay, viii. 377.
Kurus, wild tribe in Chang Bhakar, iii.

Kurwai, Native State in Central India,
viii. 377, 373. _

Kurwai, town in Central India, viii.
378.

Kusbhadra, river in Bengal, viii. 278.

Kushtia, Sub-division in Bengal, viii.
378, 379-

Kushtia, town in Bengal, viii. 379 ;
river station of the Eastern Bengal
Railway removed owing to the silting
of the Ganges, vi. 30.

Kusi, river in N. Bengal, viii. 379, 3S0.

Kusiara, river in Assam, viii. 380.

Kussowlee. See Kasauli.

Kutabdia, island and lighthouse in Ben-
gal, viii. 380.

Kutab Khan, son of Sher Shah, occupied
Mainpuri, his buildings there, ix. 203.

Kutabnagar, town in Oudh, viii. 380.

Kutabpur, village in Bengal, viii. 381.

Kutab Shah, of Golconda, 16th century,
took Ellore, iv. 352 ; Kondapalli and
Kondavir, viii. 287 ; Masulipatam, ix.

3*3-

Kutab Shahi, Muhammadan dynasty in
Southern India (1512-16SS), article
' India,' vi. 288.

Kutab - ud - din, the first of the Slave
dynasty, and the first resident Muham-
madan sovereign in India (1206-10),
article ' India,' vi. 278. Local notices
— Took Ajmere, i. 120; Koil, i. 169 ;
Budaun, iii. 117 ; Bulandshahr, iii.
133 ; Delhi, where he built the Kutab
Minar, iv. 191 ; his operations in
Behar and the Middle Ganges valley,
v. 63 ; took Mahoba, v. 299, ix. 183 ;
Kalinjar, vii. 332 ; Kalpi, vii. 342 ;
Meerut, ix. 383 ; advanced as far as
Surat, xiii. 120.

Kutch. See Cutch.

Kuthar, Hill State in Punjab, viii. 381.

Kutiyana, town in Kathiawar, viii. 381.

Kutosan. See Katosan.

Kutru, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

Kuttalam. See Courtallum.
Kuttiyadi, pass in Madras, viii. 3S1.
Kuturis, cultivating caste in Malwa, ix.

269.
Kuvam, river in Madras, viii. 381.



Kwa, river, township, and village in

Burma, viii. 382.
Kwajas, Persian fugitives in Haidarabad

(Sind), v. 277; in Sind, xii. 518.
Kwaymies, hill tribe in Arakan, iii. 183,

Kwon-chan-gou, village in Burma, viii.

Kvaik-kauk, pagoda in Burma, viii. 382,

>.3-
Kyaik-than-lan, pagoda in Burma, viii.

3 8 3- .

Kyaik-ti-yo, peak in Burma, viii. 3S3.
Kyaik-to, town in Burma, viii. 3S3.
Kyan-kin, town and township in Burma,

viii. 383.
Kyat. See Taung-gnyo.
Kyauk-chaing-gale, village in Burma, viii.

. 3S4.

Kyauk-gyi, village and township in
Burma, viii. 384.

Kyauk-pyu, District in Lower Burmn,
viii. 384-389 ; physical aspects, 384-
386 ; population, 386, 387 ; agricul-
ture, 2>87 ; manufactures, 287, 388 ;
administration, 388, 389.

Kyauk-pyu, township in Burma, viii. 3S9.

Kyauk-pyu, town and port in Burma,
viii. 389, 390.

Kyaung-siin, village in Burma, viii. 390.

Kyd, Col., built the dockyard at Kidder -
pur called after him, viii. 216.

Kyelang, village in Punjab, viii. 390,

39*-

Kylasa, hill in Madras, viii. 391.
Kynchiong. See Kanchiang.
Kyouk-hpyu, District and town in Burma.

See Kyauk-pyii.
Kyoungtha, or 'Children of the River.'

See Maghs.
Kyun-pyaw, town in Burma, viii. 391.
Kyun-ton, main branch of Irawadi river

in Burma, viii. 391.



Labbays, Muhammadan mercantile cla-s,
numerous in Abiraman, i. 3 ; Ambur,
i. 230 ; Arava Kurichi, i. 307 ; North
Arcot, i. 315; Calicut, iii. 268; Chan-
napata, iii. 368 ; Coorg, iv. 35 ; Kayal-
patnam, viii. 108 ; Madras Presidency,
ix. 22, 23 ; Negapatam, x. 259 ; Pam-
bam, xi. 23 ; Piilikonda, xi. 240 ;
Ramnad, xi. 451 ; Tanjore, xiii. 185 ;
Tinnevelli, xiii. 304 ; Trichinopoli,
xiii. 358 ; Vaniyambadi, xiii. 463.

Labdarya, tdlukixx Bombay, viii. 391, 392.

La Bourdonnais, capture of Madras by a
French squadron under the command
of (1746), article ' India,' vi. 379, iv.
452, ix. 102.



INDEX.



189



Labour and land, Relation between,
in former times and at the present day
in India, vi. 48, 49.

La-bwut-kul-la, village in Burma, viii.
392. .

Lac industry, article 'India, vi. 513,
515 ; export of lac and lac-dye, vi.
575. Local notices — Lac found and
collected in Akola, i. 144 ; Amherst,
i. 240 ; Amraoti, i. 248 ; Anama-
lai Hills, i. 270; Bamra, ii. 41,
42 ; Bangalore, ii. 63 ; Bankura, ii.
78; Basim, ii. 186; Bastar, ii. 206;
Bilaspur, ii. 451 ; Bfrbhum, iii. 6, 9 ;
Bombay, iii. 45 ; Bonai, iii. 85 ;
Borasambar, iii. 89 ; Buldana, iii. 143,
146 ; Champaran, iii. 337 ; Chanda,
iii. 349 ; Cuttack, iv. 65 ; Eastern
Dwars, iv. 329 ; Gangpur, iv. 478 ;
Garo Hills, v. 26 ; Haidarabad, v.
245 ; Ilambazar, v. 508 ; Indore, vii.
2 ; Jabalpur, vii. 23 > Jashpur, vii.
145 ; Ramrup, vii. 355 ; Ranker, vii.
434 ; Rarnul, viii. 35 ; Rawardha,
viii. 106; Renda, viii. 113; Rhasi
Hills, viii. 173 ; Rhyrim, viii. 215 ;
Rorea, viii. 297 ; Lalitpur, viii. 447 ;
Lashkarpur, viii. 466 ; Lohara, viii.
474 ; Lohardaga, viii. 476 ; Midnapur,
ix. 425 ; Monghyr, ix. 481 ; Murshid-
abad, x. 22 ; Nasik, x. 231 ; N.-W.
Provinces, x. 381 ; Nowgong, x. 407 ;
Rai Bareli, xi. 353 ; Raigarh, xi. 362 ;
Rairakhol, xi. 378 ; Rewa, xii. 46 ;
Sakti, xii. 148 ; Salem, xii. 152 ;
Sambalpur, xii. 184; Santal Parganas,
xii. 227 ; Saran, xii. 252 ; Shahabad,
xii. 324 ; Sibsagar, xii. 460 ; Singh-
bhum, xii. 531; Surgana, xiii. 136;
Sylhet, xiii. 145 ; Udaipur (Bengal),
xiii. 412 ; Wardha, xiii. 526 ; Wun,
xiii. 543. See also Lacquered ware
and Shell-lac.

Laccadive Islands, in Indian Ocean, in
political connection with Madras, viii.
392-396 ; physical aspects, 392 - 394 ;
history, administration, etc., 394, 395 ;
population, 395 ; customs, language,
etc., 395, 396 ; medical aspects, 396.

Lace, made in the convent at Nagarkoil,
x. 158.

Lachhmangarh, town in Jaipur State,
Rajputana, viii. 396.

Lachhman Naik, colonized Paraswara in
Balaghat (1810), i. 454.

Lachmangarh, town in Alwar State,
Rajputana, viii. 396.

Lacquered ware, toys, etc., Manufacture
of, at Ahraura, i. ill ; Bangalore, ii.
64 ; Benares, ii. 266 ; Lower Burma,
iii. 198 ; Upper Burma, iii. 218 ;
Channapata, iii. 368 ; Haidarabad
(Sind), v. 282, 288 ; Hoshiarpur, v.



456, 458 ; Ilambazar, v. 508 ; Jlialod,
vii. 203; Raithal, vii. 310; Ranauj,
vii. 387 ; M and a war, ix. 293 ; Pak
Pattan in Montgomery, ix. 500, x.
533 ; Dohad in the Panch Mahals, xi.
22 ; Sahiwal, xii. 137 ; Sawantwari,
xii. 297 ; Sohagpur, xiii. 47 ; Sylhet,
xiii. 153, 154; Rashmor in the Upper
Sind Frontier, xiii. 447.

La Croze's Histoire du Christianisme des
Indes, article 'India,' vi. 232 (foot-
note 1); 240 (footnote 4); 241 (footnotes
1 and 3); 242 (footnotes).

Ladakh, governorship in Rashmir, viii.
396-400.

Ladole, town in Baroda, viii. 400.

Ladwa, town in Punjab, viii. 400.

Lahar, fortified town in Central India,
viii. 400.

Laharpur, town and pargand in Oudh,
viii. 400, 401.

Lahaul. See Lahul.

Lahore, Division in Punjab, viii. 402.

Lahore, District in Punjab, viii. 402-
414; physical aspects, 403-405; history,
405-407 ; population, 407, 408 ; town
and rural population, 408, 409 ; agri-
culture, 409-411; natural calamities,
411 ; commerce, trade, etc., 411, 412 ;
administration, 412, 413 ; medical
aspects, 413, 414.

Lahore, tahsilm. Punjab, viii. 414.

Lahore city, capital of Punjab, viii. 414-
419 ; history and architectural remains,
414-417 ; general appearance, modern
buildings, etc., 417, 418 ; population,
418 ; commerce, communications, etc.,
418, 419.

Lahori Bandar, village in Bombay, viii.

4'9-
Lahul, .Sub-division in Punjab, viii. 419-

423; physical aspects, 419, 420;

history, 420, 421 ; population, 421,

422 ; agriculture, trade, etc., 422 ;

administration, 422, 423.
Laichanpur, port in Bengal, viii. 423.
Laira, estate in Central Provinces, viii.

423-

Lait-mao-duh, mountain range in Assam,
viii. 423.

La-ka-dong, village in Assam, viii. 423,
424.

Lakapadar, petty State in Rathiawar,
viii. 424.

Lake, Lord, his victories over the
Marathas at Laswari and Dig, article
' India,' vi. 323 ; 398. Local notices —
Took Agra (1803), i. 71 ; defeated
Terron and took Aligarh (1803), i.
170, 171; repulsed at Bhartpur (1S05),
ii. 374 ; entered Delhi (1803), and
relieved Ochterlony there, iv. 193 ;
granted Dujana to Abdul Samand



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INDEX.



Khan, iv. 319 ; defeated Holkar at
Fatehgarh (1804), iv. 420; who sur-
rendered to him, vii. 6 ; rewarded
Raja of Jind, vii. 232 ; his victory at
Laswari, viii. 466 ; his campaign of
1803, x. 368 ; took Sasni, xii. 273 ;
relieved Burn at Shamli, xii. 375.
Lakes:— Abiraman, i. 3 ; Nakhi Talaoon
Mount Abu, i. 4, 5 ; Ab-i-estada in
Afghanistan, i. 33 ; Nal in Ahmadabad,
i. 83 ; Siliserh in Alwar, i. 206 ; in
Ambala, i. 214; Amber, i. 228;
in Azamgarh, i. 393 ; the Tal Suraha
in Ballia, ii. 18; the Barwa Sagar,
ii. 181, 182 ; in Basti, ii. 209 ; in
Bhandara, ii. 361 ; the Bhim Tal,
ii. 397 ; Bhuvaneswar, ii. 418 ; in
Bikaner, ii. 438; Lonar in Buldana,
iii. 143; in Lower Burma, iii. 171;
Chamomeril, iii. 332; Charamai, iii. 370;
Charkhari, iii. 372; Pulicat in Chengal-
pat, iii. 381 ; Chilka, iii. 415-417 5 in
the Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii. 447 ;
Tal Baraila in Darbhangah, iv. 123 ;
Debar, iv. 163 ; Deh-peh, iv. 168 ;
Dhanur, iv. 244, 245; Machkund, near
Dholpur, iv. 278 ; Dhol Samudra,
iv. 278 ; Duya, iv. 326, 327 ; Eng-rai-
gyi. iv. 353^ 354, vii. 18 ; Gangal, iv. I
466 ; Garola, v. 32 ; in Gorakhpur, v. j
165 ; Haidarabad, v. 253 ; Ganga Bal
on Mount Haramak, v. 319 ; in the
Himalaya Mountains, v. 407 ; Hona-
war, v. 440 ; Kallar Kahar in Jehlam,
vii. 167, xii. 171 ; Kahnuwan, vii.
294 ; Karkal in South Kanara, vii. J
376 ; in Kashmir, viii. 66, 67 ; Kheri,
viii. 190 ; Khundalu, viii. 21 1 ; Kolar,
viii. 279, 280 ; Rankala, near Kolha-
pur, viii. 281 ; Kosa Nag, viii. 299 ;
in Kotaha, viii. 308 ; Kumaun, viii.
349 ; Kala Kund, viii. 364 ; in Ladakh,
viii. 397 ; the Lonar (salt), viii. 489 ;
Tanur and Trichur in Malabar, ix. 219 ;
Manasabal, ix. 276 ; Manasarowar, ix.
276, 277 ; Manchhar, ix. 286, 287 ;
Logtak in Manipur, ix. 323, 324 ;
Motihari, ix. 521 ; Motijhil, near
Murshidabad, x. 36 ; Noh Jhil in
Muttra, x. 45 ; in Muzaffarpur, x. 83 ;
the Naga Hills, x. 143 ; Nagpur, x.
165; Naini Tal, x. 177; Najafgarh
Jhil, x. 178, 179 ; Nal, x. 181 ; Nan-
dan Sar, x. 188 ; Narsinghgarh, x.
215; Nil Nag, x. 326; in Oudh, x.
481 ; Pakhal, x. 531, 532 ; in Prome,
\i. 226 ; Pulicat, xi. 239 ; Pushkar,
xi. 335 ; in Rameswaram, xi. 443 ;
Ramia Bihar, xi. 449 ; Ramtal, xi.
465 ; Sagar, xii. 108 ; Sakar Pathar,
xii. 145 ; the Salt Water or Dhapa,
xii. 172; Sambhar (salt), xii. 187-189;
Sar, xii. 248 ; Kachor Rewas in Shaik-



hawati, xii. 371 ; Siddheswar in Shola-
pur, xii. 421 ; in Shwe-gyin, xii. 430;
Srinagar, xiii. 77 ; Taroba, xiii. 215 ;
in Taung-ngu, xiii. 227 ; Thaneswar,
xiii. 260 ; Mokai (salt) in Thar and
Parkar, xiii. 263 ; in Travancore, xiii.
344; in "Wun, xiii. 531 ; Wulur, xiii.
537, 538. See also Marshes (j'hils and
bits) and Tanks, Artificial Lakes and
Reservoirs.

Lakhandai, river in Bengal, viii. 424.

Lakhat, village in Assam, viii. 424.

Lakhi, mountain range in Bombay, viii.
424.

Lakhi, village in Bombay, viii. 424, 425.

Lakhi, town in Bombay, viii. 425.

Lakhimpur, District in Assam, viii. 425-
438 ; physical aspects, 425-428; history,
428, 429 ; population, 429-431 ; towns
and villages, 431, 432 ; material con-
dition of the people, 432, 433; agricul-
ture, 433, 434; manufactures, etc.,
434, 435 ; tea, 435, 436 ; administra-
tion, 436, 437 ; medical aspects, 437,

438.
Lakhimpur, Sub-division in Assam, vm.

438, 439-

Lakhimpur, village in Assam, vm. 439.

Lakhimpur, town and tahsil in Oudh,
viii. 439.

Lakhipur, village in Assam, viii. 439, 440.

Lakhipur, village in Assam, viii. 440.

Ldkhirdj. See Tenures.

Lakhi Sarai. See Luckeeserai.

Lakhmia, river channel in Bengal, viii.
440.

Lakhna, town in N.-W. Provinces, viii.
440.

Lakhnadon, tahsil in Central Provinces,
viii. 440, 441.

Lakhnauti, historic town in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 441.

Lakhtar, Native State in Kathiawar, viii.
44i ? 442. ' ;

Lakhtar, town in Kathiawar, viii. 442.

Laki Mall, Diwan, farmed the Upper
Derajat from the Sikhs, iv. 221.

Laki, tahsil in Punjab, viii. 442.

Laki, town in Punjab, viii. 443.

Laki. See Lakhi.

Lakji Jadun Rao, Deshmukh of Sinda,
and grandfather of Sivaji, iii. 144.

Lakshman Sen, last independent Hindu
king of Bengal, his overthrow by
Muhammad of Ghori (1203), article
' India,' vi. 277 ; removed capital from
Gaur to Nadiva, which he founded, x.
141.

Lakshmantirtha, river of S. India, viii.

433-
Lakshmeswar, town in Bombay, vm.

444.
Lakshmi Bai, lady zamindar, captured



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the mutineer leader Babu Rao (1S5S),
iii. 351.

Lakshminarayana.Diwdn, Brahman leader
of the rebellion in Kanara and Coorg
(1837), iv. 31.

Lakshmipur, pass in Madras, viii. 444.

Lakshmipur. See Lakhipur.

Laktrai. See Langtarai.

Lakvalli, village and taluk in Mysore,
viii. 444.

Lalatpur. See Lalitpur.

Lai Bagh, The, pleasure-garden in Ban-
galore, ii. 68.

Lalbagh, Sub-division in Bengal, viii.

444, 445-

Lai Bakya, river in Bengal, viii. 445.
Lal-darwaza, mountain pass in N.-W.

Provinces, viii. 445.
Lalganj, river martin Bengal, viii. 445
Lalganj, town and tahsil in Oudh, viii.

445. See Dal man.

Lalguli Falls, rapids in Bombay, viii.

445-
Laliad, petty State in Kathiawar, viii.

446.

Laling. See Dhulia.

Lalitpur, District in N.-W. Provinces,
viii. 446-457 ; physical aspects, 446-
448; history, 448-450; population,

450, 451 ; urban and rural population,

451, 452; agriculture, 452-454; natural
calamities, 454, 455 ; commerce and
trade, 455, 456 ; administration, 456,
457 ; medical aspects, 457.

Lalitpur, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, viii. 457, 458.

Lai Kavi, Hindu poet of Bundelkhand
in the 17th century, and author of the
Chhatra Prakds, vi. 345.



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