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ix. 215; Mauranwan, ix. 374;

Monghyr, ix. 480; Nagpur, x. 271;

Narsinghpur, x. 217; Nimar, x. ^33 5



Oudh, x. 482 ; Panch Mahals, xi. 29 ;
Partabgarh, xi. 68 ; Rai Bareli, xi.
352 ; Raipur, xi. 368 ; Rangi, xi. 471 ;
Rewa, xii. 46 ; Rewa Kantha, xii. 49 ;
Sadullanagar, xii. 95 ; Sagar, xii. 101 ;
Sakti, xii. 148; Sambalpur, xii. 178;
Santal Parganas, xii. 234 ; Shahabad,
xii. 323 ; Singhpur, xii. 521 ; Sultan-
pur, xiii. 97 ; Unao, xiii. 436 ; Wada,
xiii. 504 ; Wardha, xiii. 526 ; Wiin,
xiii. 543.

Mahuagarhi, peak in Bengal, ix. 185.

Mahiidha, town in Bombay, ix. 185.

Mahudi, hill in Bengal, ix. 185.

Mahul, port in Bombay, ix. 185, 186.

Mahul, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, ix
186.

Mahuli. See Maholi.

Mahuli, hill fortress in Bombay, ix. 186,

l8 7-
Mahurigaon, petty State in Kathiawar,

ix. 187.
Mahuwa, town and port in Kathiawar,

ix. 187.
Maibang, ruins in Assam, ix. 187, 188.
Maidani, hill range in Punjab, ix. 188.
Maihar, Native State in Central India,

ix. 188, 189.
Maihar, town in Central India, ix. 189.
Maikal, hill range in Central Provinces,

ix. 190.
Mailapur (St. Thomas' Mount), legendary

martyrdom of St. Thomas the Apostle

at, near Madras city, vi. 231. .SV^also

Mylapur.
Mailavaram, estate in Madras, ix. 190.
Mailavaram, town in Madras, ix. 190.
Mailog. See Mahlog.
Mailsi, tahsil in Punjab, ix. 190.
Maimansingh, District in Bengal, ix. 190-

201 ; physical aspects, 191, 192 ;

population, 192-194; urban and rural

population, 194, 195 ; agriculture, 195-

197 ; natural calamities, 197, 198 ;

commerce, trade, etc., 198; roads and

means of communication, 198, 199 ;

administration, 199 ; medical aspects,

200, 201.
Maimansingh, Sub -division in Bengal,

ix. 201.
Maimansingh town. See Nasirabad.
Maini, town in Bombay, ix. 201, 202.
Mainpuri, District in N.-W. Provinces,

ix. 202-212 ; physical aspects, 201-203;

history, 203, 204 ; population, 204-

206 ; urban and rural population, 206,

207 ; infanticide, 207, 208; agriculture,
208, 209; natural calamities, 209, 210;
commerce and trade, means of com-
munication, 210 ; administration, 210,
211 ; medical aspects, 211, 212.

Mainpuri, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, ix.
212.



INDEX



103



Mainpuri, town in N.-W. Provinces, ix.

212, 213.

Maipara, river in Bengal, ix. 213.

Mairwara. See Merwara.

Maisaram, village near Haidarabad,

Deccan, ix. 213.
Maisur. See Mysore.
Maitland, Lieut., dispersed the Larka

Kols in Singhbhum (1820), xii. 533.
Maize, or Indian corn, cultivated on
Mount Abu, i. 7 ; in Afghanistan, i.
38 ; Ajmere - Merwara, i. 125 ; Ali-
Rajpur, i. 181 ; Ahvar, i. 205; Ambala,
i. 220 ; Amjhera, i. 244 ; Amritsar, i.
259 ; Andaman Islands, i. 286 ; Assam,
i. 362 ; Azamgarh, i. 397 ; Bahraich,
i. 430 ; Banda, ii. 51 ; Bannu, ii. 94 ;
Benares, ii. 258 ; Bhagalpur, ii. 348 ;
Bombay, iii. 54 ; Bulandshahr, iii.
137 ; Biindi, iii. 159 ; Upper Burma,
iii. 210 ; Cawnpur, iii. 285 ; Chamba,
iii. 329 ; Champaran, iii. 341 ; Chitta-
gong, iii. 439 ; Chittagong Hill Tracts,
iii. 450, 451 ; Danta, iv. 118 ; Dapila
Hills, iv. 119; Darjiling, iv. 134;
Delhi, iv. 182 ; Dera Ghazi Khan, iv.
214 ; Dinajpur, iv. 294 ; Dungarpur,
iv. 323 ; Etah, iv. 362 ; Faridpur, iv.
403; Farukhabad, iv. 413; Fatehpur
Chaurasi, iv. 432 ; Firozpur, iv. 443 ;
Gaya, v. 49 ; Gonda, v. 152 ; Goona,
v. 159 ; Gujranwala, v. 184 ; Gujrat,
v. 193 ; Gurdaspur, v. 211 ; Gwalior,
v. 228 ; Haidarabad, v. 245 ; Hazara,
v. 365 ; Hazaribagh, v. 375 ; Herat,
v. 391 ; Hoshiarpur, v. 455 ; Hiigli,
v. 494 ; Jaipur, vii. 52 ; Jalandhar,
vii. 88 ; Jaunpur, vii. 155 ; Jessor, vii.
187 ; Jhabua, vii. 195 ; Jhang, vii.
210 ; Kalsia, vii. 344 ; Kangra, vii.
424 ; Kapiirthala, vii. 443 ; Kashmir,
viii. 72; Khasi Hills, viii. 177; Kistna,
viii. 230 ; Kohat, viii. 247 ; Korea,
viii. 297 ; Kiilu, viii. 342 ; Kumaun,
viii. 354 ; Lahore, viii. 410 ; Lakhim-
pur, viii. 433 ; Lohardaga, viii. 483 ;
Lucknow, viii. 497 ; Ludhiana, viii.
522; Madras, ix. 30; Maimansingh,
ix. 195 ; Mainpuri, ix. 208 ; Maldah,
ix. 244 ; Manbhiim, ix. 283 ; Mandi,
ix. 298 ; Manipur, ix. 331 ; Meerut, ix.
387 ; Mohanpur, ix. 474 ; Monghyr,
ix. 485 ; Naga Hills, x. 152 ; Nepal,
x. 276, 277 ; N.-W. Provinces, x. 377;
Nowgong, x. 411 ; Oudh, x. 501 ;
Panch Mahals, xi. 32 ; Patna, xi. 101 ;
Peshawar, xi. 153; Pishin, xi. 190 ;
Punjab, xi. 278 ; Rajpur-Ali, xi. 394 ;
Rajputana, xi. 418; Rajshahi, xi. 433 ;
Rawal Pindi, xii. 29; Santal Parganas,
xii. 232 ; Saran, xii. 255 ; Shahabad,
xii. 329 ; Shahjahanpur, xii. 349 ;
Sialkot, xii. 446 ; Sibsagar, xii. 466 ;



Sikkim, xii. 486 ; Simla, xii. 493 ;
Singhbhum, xii. 537, 538 ; Sirohi, xiii.
5 ; Sunth, xiii. 114 ; Tarai, xiii. 209 ;
Udaipur, xiii. 402 ; Yusafzai, xiii. 558.

Majhauli - Salimpur, village in N.-W.
Provinces, ix. 213, 214.

Majhaura, pargand in Oudh, ix. 214.

Majhgaon. See Rajapur.

Majithia, town in Punjab, ix. 214, 215.

Majju Khan, mutineer leader, ruled in
Moradabad until April 1858, when he
was hanged, ix. 507.

Majnun Khan, Akbar's general, took
Kalinjar (1507), vii. 322.

Makhad. See Mokhad.

Makhanpur, village in N.-W. Provinces,
ix. 215.

Makhi, town in Oudh, ix. 215.

Makrai, petty State in Central Provinces.
ix. 215.

Maksudabad. See Murshidabad.

Maksudangarh, petty State in Central
India, ix. 215, 216.

Makum, village in Assam, ix. 216; coal-
beds, article ' India,' vi. 621.

Makunda Ram, famous poet of Bardwan
in the 16th century, story of Kalketu
the hunter, article ' India,' vi. 350,
351 ; the Srimanta Sadagar, 351.

Makiirti, peak in Madras, ix. 216.

Malabar, District in Madras, ix. 216-235;
derivation of name, 216, 217 ; jurisdic-
tion, 217 ; physical aspects, 217-220 ;
history, 220-224 ; population, 224-228 ;
Christians, 228, 229 ; forests, 229 ;
agriculture, 229-231 ; coffee and tea
plantations, 231 ; land tenure, 231,
232 ; natural calamities, 232 ; means
of communication, 232, 233 ; manu-
factures and trade, 233; administration,
233, 234 ; medical aspects, 234, 235.
Malabar Christians, legendary preaching
of St. Thomas the Apostle on the
Malabar and Coromandel coasts (68),
article 'India,' vi. 229; Thomas the
Manichaean and Thomas the Armenian
merchant, their rival claims as founders
of Christianity in Southern India, 231.
232 ; troubles of the ancient Indian
Church, 240; the St. Thomas Nestorian
Christians of Malabar, a powerful and
respected military caste, 240, 241 ;
Portuguese efforts at their conversion
to Rome, 241 ; incorporation of the
St. Thomas Christians into the Roman
Catholic Church, and downfall of the
Nestorian Church, 241 ; Synod of
Diamper (1599), 241 ; Malabar Chris-
tians under Jesuit prelates (1601 to
1653), 241, 242; Malabar Christians
freed from Jesuit supremacy by the
Dutch conquest of Cochin (1563), 242 ;
first Tacobite Bishop of Malabar (1655),



204



INDEX.



242, 243 ; Malabar Christians since
1665, their division into Syrians and
Jacobites, and present numbers, 243 ;
tenets of the Jacobites of Malabar,
243 ; Nestorianism extinct in Malabar,

243, 244 ; the Jesuit Malabar Mission
in the 17th and 1 8th centuries, 251 ;
caste among Malabar Christians, 251,
252 ; letters of the Jesuit missionaries
of Malabar, 252.

Malabar navigable back - waters or

lagoons, vi. 553.
Malachite, found in Balaghat, i. 456.
Malagarh, village in N.-W. Provinces, ix.

235. 236.

Malaikudis, aboriginal tribe in S. Kanara,

vii. 376, 379-
Malai-soh-mat, petty State in Assam, ix.

236.
Malancha, estuary in Bengal, ix. 236.
Malangarh, hill fortress in Bombay, ix.

236, 237.

Malapuram, town in Madras, ix. 237.

Malassers, aboriginal tribe in Madras,
ix. 237 ; in the Anamalai Hills, i.
270 ; in Coimbatore, iv. 17.

Malaun, hill fort in Punjab, ix. 237.

Malayagou, peak in Orissa, ix. 237.

Malayalis, tribe in Madras, ix. 237-240.
Local notices — In North Arcot, i.
315 ; South Arcot, i. 322 ; Kalrayan
Mountains, vii. 343 ; Kollamalai Hills,
viii. 286 ; Shevaroy Hills, xii. 383.

Malcolm, Sir John, his speech on opening
carriage road over the Bhor Ghat, ii.
407; Peshwa surrendered to him (1818),
iii. 39; Governor of Bombay (1830),
iii. 75, 76 ; had his head-quarters at
Harda (181 7), v. 320 ; established
sanitarium at Mahabaleshwar (1820),
ix. 142 ; tamed the Bhils in Malwa, ix.
267 ; made summer residence in ruins
ofNalchha, x. 182; persuaded Sindia
to withdraw from Sunth (1819), xiii.

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Malcolmpet. See Mahabaleshwar.

Maldah, District in Bengal, ix. 240-248 ;
physical aspects, 240; history, 241,
242 ; population, 242, 243 ; urban
and rural population, 243 ; material
condition of the people, 243, 244 ;
manufactures, 245-247; administration,
247, 248 ; medical aspects, 248.

Maldah or Old Maldah, town in Bengal,
ix. 248.

Maldive Islands, in Indian Ocean, in
political connection with Ceylon, ix.
248-252; people, 250, 251 ; produc-
tions, 251 ; trade, 251, 252; govern-
ment, 252 ; language, 252 ; climate,
252 ; channels, 252.

Malegaon, town and Sub-division in
Bombay, ix. 253.



Maleks, converted Hindu class in Broach,
iii. 103.

Maler Kotla, Native State in Punjab, ix.
254, 255 ; history, 254, 255 ; popula-
tion, etc., 255 ; products, administra-
tion, etc., 255.

Maler Kotla, chief town of State in
Punjab, ix. 255, 256.

Males, Proportion of. See Population
section of each District article.

Malet, Hugh, first called attention to
Matheran Hill as a sanitarium, ix. 362.

Maletirike-betta, hill in Coorg, ix. 256.

Malgin, salt-mine in Punjab, ix. 256.

Malhargarh, town in Central India, ix.
256.

Malia, Native State in Bombay, ix. 256.

Malia, town in Kathiawar, ix. 257.

Malihabad, town, tahsil, and pargand in
Oudh, ix. 257.

Malik Ambar or Sidi Ambar, Abyssinian,
founded Aurungabad (1610), his tomb
at Roza, i. 387, 388 ; held Berar (1605-
28), iii. 124 ; his assessment of Berar,
v. 262.

Malik Fateh Khan Tiwana, seized Tank,
but expelled by Daulat Rai, xiii. 197.

Malik Ibn Dinar, his great mosque at
Sn'kundapuram, xiii. 75.

Malik Naib Kafur, slave-general of Ala-
ud-din (1303 - 15), his conquest of
Southern India, article ' India,' vi.
282. Local notices — Twice captured
Deogiri (Daulatabad), iv. 159 ; took
Goa, v. 100 ; sacked Dwaravati-pura,
capital of the Ballalas, v. 346 ; occupied
Madura, ix. 122 ; his attacks on the
Chola dynasty, xiii. 18 1 ; took Waran-
gal, xiii. 521.

Malik Sarwar Kwaja, Wazir of Muham-
mad Tughlak, founded the Sharki
dynasty of Jaunpur (1388), vii. 152.

Malik Sohrab Baluchi, first Baluchi in-
vader of Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 210 ;
founded the Hot dynasty (15th century),
iv. 221.

Malimbi-betta, mountain in Coorg, ix.
258.

Malinagar, town in Bengal, ix. 258.

Malipur. See Malapuram.

Malis, agricultural caste in Broach, iii.
103.

Ma-li-won, Sub-division in Burma, ix.
258.

Maliyas, hill tract in Madras, ix. 258.

Malkangiri, taluk in Madras, ix. 258.

Malkapur, taluk in Berar, ix. 258, 259.

Malkapur, town in Berar, ix. 259, 260.

Mallai, town in Bengal, ix. 260.

Mallangur, hill fort in Deccan, ix. 260.

Mallani, sandy tract in Rajputana, ix.
260, 261.

Mallanpur, town in Oudh, ix. 261.



INDEX.



205



Mallanwan, town and pargand in Oudh,
ix. 262, 263.

Malleson, Col., History of the French in
India, and Final Struggles of the
French in India, quoted, vi. 379 (foot-
note).

Mallet, Mr., his report on the mineral
wealth of Darjiling, iv. 137.

Mallia. See Malia.

Malligaon, town in Deccan, ix. 263.

Mallis, garden cultivators in Hazara, v.

365.

Malnipahar, hot spring in Bengal, ix. 263. |

Maloji Bhonsla, grandfather of Sivaji,
had Poona granted to him (1604), xi.
212 ; and Purandhar, xi. 298 ; and
Shivner (1599), where Sivaji was born,
xii. 410.

Malondi, town in Bombay, ix. 263.

Malot, ancient ruins in Punjab, ix. 263.

Malpur, Native State and town in Bom-
bay, ix. 263, 264.

Malpura, town in Rajputana, ix. 264.

Malsian, town in Punjab, ix. 264.

Malsiras, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, ix. 264, 265.

Maltby, Edward, acting Governor of
Madras (1863), ix. 67.

Malthon, town in Central Provinces, ix.
265.

Malur, village and taluk in Mysore, ix.

265, 266.

Malur, village in Mysore, ix. 266.
Malvilli, town and taluk in Mysore, ix.

266.
Malwa, Province in Central India, ix.

266, 267.

Malwa Agency, Western, group of Native
States in Central India, ix. 267-272 ;
physical aspects, 268 ; geology, 268,

269 ; population, agriculture, etc., 269,

270 ; communications, trade relations,
etc., 270-272.

Malwan, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, ix. 272, 273.
Mamdot, fortified town in Punjab, ix.

273, 274.
Mammalia of India, vi. 652-659. See

also Animals, Wild.
Man, Sub-division in Bombay, ix. 274.
Mana, pass in N.-W. Provinces, ix. 274.
Managoli, town in Bombay, ix. 274.
Mana im Khan, defeated Daiid Khan, |

last Afghan king of Bengal, and died

at Gaur (1575), v. 36, 37.
Manantavadi, town in Madras, ix. 274.
Manapad Point, promontory in Madras,

ix. 275.
Manar Gulf, arm of the sea between

S. India and Ceylon, ix. 275, 276.
Manas, river in Assam, ix. 276.
Manasa, town in Central India, ix. 276.
Manasabal, lake in Kashmir, ix. 276.



Manasarowar, sacred lake in Tibet, ix.
276, 277.

Manaung. See Cheduba.

Mana Vikrama, first Zamorin of Calicut,
iii. 269.

Manawadar, town in Bombay, ix. 277.

Manawao, petty State in Kathiawar, ix.
277.

Manbhins or Manbhaus, Hindu sect
bound to celibacy, in Akola, i. 143 ;
Berar, v. 267; head-quarters at Ritpur,
xii. 58.

Manbhum, District in Bengal, ix. 277-
286 ; physical aspects, 277-279 ; ad-
ministrative history, 279 ; population.
279 - 282 ; material condition of the
people, 2S2 ; agriculture, 282, 283 ;
natural calamities, 283, 284 ; com-
merce, trade, etc., administration, 284-
286 ; medical aspects, 286.

Manchenhalli, village in Mysore, ix. 286.

Manchester cotton imports, article
'■ India,' vi. 565, 568.

Manchhar, lake in Bombay, ix. 286,

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Manda, village in Bengal, ix. 287.

Mandal, town in Bombay, ix. 287.

Mandal, town in Rajputana, ix. 287.

Mandalay, capital of Upper Burma, ix.
287-291 ; trade and manufactures, ix.
289-291 ; administration, 291; medical
aspects, 291.

Mandalgarh, fort in Rajputana, ix. 291.

Mandapeta, town in Madras, ix. 291, 292.

Mandar, hill in Bengal, ix. 292.

Mandaripur. See Madaripur.

Mandasa, town in Madras, ix. 292.

Mandawar, historic town in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, ix. 292, 293.

Mandesar. See Mandsaur.

Mandgaon, town in Central Provinces,
ix. 293.

Mandhata, island in Central Provinces,
ix. 293-297.

Mandi, Native State in Punjab, ix. 297-
299 ; physical aspects, 297 ; history,
297, 298 ; population, 298 ; products,
climate, administration, etc., 298, 299.

Mandi, town in Punjab, ix. 299.

Mandiaon, town in Oudh, ix. 299.

Mandla, District in Central Provinces,
ix. 299-307 ; physical aspects, 299-
301 ; history, 301 - 303 ; population,
303, 304 ; division into town and
country, 304 ; occupations, 304 ; agri-
culture, 304, 305 ; commerce and
trade, 305, 306 ; administration, 306 ;
medical aspects, 306, 307.

Mandla, town and tahsil in Central
Provinces, ix. 307.

Mandladai, hill in Central Provinces, ix.

307.

Mandlana. See Mundlana.



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INDEX.



Mandlesar, town in Central India, ix.

308.
Mandogarh, historic town in Central

India, ix. 308, 309. See also Malwa.
Mandor, historic town in Rajputana, ix.

309-
Mandot. See Mamdot.
Mandra, town in Rajputana, ix. 309.
Mandrak, village in N.-W. Provinces, ix.

309.
Mandsaur, town in Central India, ix.

309-
Mandu. See Mandogarh.
Mandu Mahal Sirgira, estate in Central

Provinces, ix. 309, 310.
Mandurda, town in Kathiawar, ix. 310.
Mandvi, seaport in Bombay, ix. 310.
Mandvi, Sub-division in Bombay, ix.

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Mandvi, town in Bombay, ix. 311.
Mandwa, petty State in Bombay, ix.

311.

Mandwa, seaport in Bombay, ix. 311.
Mandya, village and taluk in Mysore, ix.

311.

Maner, town in Bengal, ix. 311.

Manerang, mountain pass in Kashmir,
ix. 311, 312.

Mangahpett, town in Deccan, ix. 312.

Mangal, petty Hill State in Punjab, ix.
312.

Mangalagiri, town in Madras, ix. 312.

Mangaldai, village and Sub-division in
Assam, ix. 312.

Mangalkot, village in Bengal, ix. 313.

Mangalore, taluk in Madras, ix. 313.

Mangalore, chief town of S. Kanara Dis-
trict, Madras, ix. 313, 314.

Mangalsi, pargand in Oudh, ix. 314.

Mangalvedha, town in Bombay, ix. 314,

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Manganese, found in Bellary, ii. 241 ;
Lower Burma, iii. 201 ; Madras Presi-
dency, ix. 6 ; Mergui, ix. 407 ; Sandur
Hills, xii. 209.

Mangaon, village and Sub-division in
Bombay, ix. 315, 316.

Manglaur, town in N.-W. Provinces, ix.
316.

Mangles, Mr. Ross, his gallantry in the
attempt to relieve Arrah, iv. 300, xi.
98.

Mangoes, specially mentioned in Akot,
i. 147; Alibagh, i. 166; Aligarh, i.
168; Alipur (C. P.), i. 181; Allah-
abad, i. 190; Ambala, i. 215 ; Arang,
i. 306 ; North Arcot, i. 316; Asoha,
i. 341; Azamgarh, i. 393 ; Bachhrawan,
i. 405 ; Bagrasi, i. 420 ; Bahraich, i.
434 ; Bailgaon, i. 437 ; Ballia, ii. 19 ;
Bara Banki, ii. 106 ; Bard wan, ii. 126;
Bareilly, ii. 138 ; Barwa Sagar, ii. 181;
Basim, ii. 184; Belgaum, ii. 231, 238;



Bhagalpur, ii. 343 ; Bhakkar, ii. 358 ;
Bhangha, ii. 369 ; Bhitauli, ii. 399 ;
Bilaspur, ii. 445 ; Birhar, iii. 12 ;
Bombay Island, iii. 81 ; Broach, iii.
102; Budaun, iii. 116; Burha, iii.
162 ; Upper Burma, iii. 210 ; Calicut,
iii. 269 ; Cambay, iii. 271 ; Chang
Bhakar, iii. 367 ; Chengalpat, iii. 382 ;
Chhindwara, iii. 399; Cuttack, iv. 65 ;
Darbhangah, iv. 122 ; Deoria, iv. 206;
DeraGhaziKhan, iv. 218 ; Dinanagar,
iv. 299 ; Dungarpur, iv. 323 ; Edar,
i y - 337 I Elephanta, iv. 341 ; Ellich-
pur, iv. 344, 345 ; Erandol, iv. 355 ;
Faizabad, iv. 381 ; Fakhrpur, iv. 390;
Faridpur (N.-W. P.), iv. 408 ; Fateh-
pur, iv. 423 ; Gangoh, iv. 477 ;
Ghatampur, v. 57 ; Goa, v. 93 ;
Godavari, v. 122 ; Gonda, v. 145 ;
Haidarabad, v. 245 ; Hanthawadi, v.
315 ; Hariana, v. 338 ; Hoshiarpur, v.
452 ; Islamnagar, vii. 27 ; Jais, vii.
65 ; Jalparguri, vii. 108 ; Jambusar,
vii. 123; Jarcha, vii. 143; Jaunpur,
vii. 151 ; Kaimahra, vii. 296 ; Kaim-
ganj, vii. 298 ; North Kanara, vii. 372;
Kangra, vii. 412 ; Kanhargaon, vii.
431 ; Kantha, vii. 437 ; Karachi, vii.
452 ; Karanja, vii. 466 ; Karnal, viii.
19 ; Bhaunagar in Kathiawar, viii. 89;
Katoria, viii. icx) ; Khairpur, viii. 136;
Khandesh, viii. 149 ; Khandpara, viii.
160; Kheri, viii. 190; Kwa, viii. 382;
Lahore, viii. 404, 410 ; Larkhana, viii.
463 ; Madras, ix. 29, 30 ; Mainpuri,
ix. 202 ; Maldah, ix. 240, 244 ; Mani-
pur, ix. 331 ; Mauranwan, ix. 374 ;
Meerut, ix. 382 ; Mitauli, ix. 467 ;
Mithankot, ix. 468 ; Moradabad, ix.
504 ; Muzaffargarh, x. 57 ; Nagina,
x. 159 ; Nagpur, x. 164, 165 ; Nar-
singhpur, x. 217; the Nicobar Islands,
x. 295 ; Nimar, x. 333 ; N.-W. Pro-
vinces, x. 380, 381 ; Nuzvid, x. 420 ;
Oudh, x. 482 ; Palni Mountains, xi.
19; Panch Mahals, xi. 30; Partabgarh,
xi. 68 ; Patan (Bombay), xi. 81 ;
Pendra, xi. 132; Pilibhit, xi. 170;
Punjab, xi. 259 ; Puri, xi. 301 ; Rai
Bareli, xi. 352 ; Rangoon, xi. 478 ;
Ranipet, xi. 509 ; Ratanpur, xi. 517 ;
Ratnagiri, xii. 3 : Rewa Kantha, xii.
49 ; Rudrapur, xii. 81 ; Salon, xii.
168 ; Sambalpur, xii. 178, 185 ; Santal
Parganas, xii. 234; Saran, xii. 251;
Satara, xii. 277 ; Saurath, xii. 292 ;
Sawantwari, xii. 296 ; Shahabad, xii.
323 ; Shalamar Gardens, xii. 374 ;
Sholapur, xii. 412 ; Sind, xii. 520 ;
Sirohi, xiii. 2 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30, 39 ;
Sukkur, xiii. 91 ; Sultanpur, xiii. 97 ;
Surat, xiii. 119; Tanda, xiii. 174;
Tanjore, xiii. 188 ; Tasgaon, xiii. 216 ;



INDEX.



207



Tavoy, xiii. 232; Tipperah, xiii. 313;

Tumsar, xiii. 382; Umargarh, xiii. 419 ;

Umrer,xiii. 423; Unao,xiii. 436; Upper

Sind Frontier, xiii. 446; Utraula, xiii.

458; Walwa, xiii. 516; Warciha, xiii.

523; Wari, xiii. 531 ; Wun, xiii. 546.
Mangoli. See Managoli.
Mangor, fortified village in Central India,

ix. 316.
Mangrol, town and seaport in Kathiawar,

ix. 316, 317.
Mangrol, town in Rajputana, ix. 317.
Mangrota, town in Punjab, ix. 317.
Mangrove trees, in Akyab, i. 149 ;

Andaman Islands, i. 283 ; Bassein, ii.

193 ; Chittagong, iii. 433 ; Cutch, iv.

58 ; Elephanta, iv. 341 ; Hanthawadi,

v. 313 ; Hlaing, v. 436; Janjira, vii.

138 ; Karumbhar, viii. 50 ; Kyauk-

pyii, viii. 390 ; Madras, ix. 83 ; Ma-li-

won, ix. 258 ; Maskhal Island, ix. 351 ;

Mergui, ix. 407 ; Nawanagar, x. 252 ;

Nizampatam, x. 338 ; Rangoon, xi.

473 ; Sandoway, xii. 200 ; on the

Savitri river, xii. 295 ; Shahbandar,

xii. 339 ; Sind, xii. 506 ; Thon-gwa,

xiii. 288.
Mangriil, town and taluk in Berar, ix. 317,
Mangriil Pir, town in Berar, ix. 317.
Mangul Pande, the first mutineer at

Barrackpur (1857), ii. 176.
' Man-hunts ' of Muhammad Tughlak,

article ' India,' vi. 284, 285.
Maniar, town in N.-W. Provinces, ix.

3 X 7 ; 3i8-
Maniari, river in Central Provinces, ix.

318.
Manierkhal. See Monierkhal.
Manikapur, pargand in Oudh, ix. 318.
Manikar Char, village in Assam, ix. 318,

319-

Manikganj, town and Sub-division in

Bengal, ix. 319.
Manikiala, village and ruins in Punjab,

ix. 319, 320.
Manikpur, town and pargand in Oudh,

ix. 320, 321.
Manikpur, village in N.-W. Provinces,

ix. 321, 322.
Manikwara, town in Bombay, ix. 322.
Mani Majra, town in Punjab, ix. 322.
Manipur, Native State in N.-E. India,

ix. 322-334 ; physical aspects, 323-326 ;

history, 326-328 ; population, 328-331 ;

communications, 331, 332; commerce,

332 ; administration, 332, 333 ; medical

aspects, 333, 334.
Manipuris, aboriginal tribe, in Assam, i.

351 ; Cachar, iii. 325 ; Hill Tipperah,

v. 399; Lakhimpur, viii. 431 ; Lakhi-

pur, viii. 440; Manipur, ix. 328-331 ;

Prome, xi. 230; Sylhet, xiii. 150.
Manjadikara, town in Madras, ix. 334.



Manjarabad, taluk in Mysore, ix. 334.

Manjeri, town in Madras, ix. 335.

Manjhand, town and taluk in Bombay,
ix. 335-

Manjhanpur, town and tahsil in N.-W.
Provinces, ix. 335, 336.

Manjhi, town in Bengal, ix. 336.

Manjhia, town in Oudh, ix. 336.

Manjira, old village site in Berar, ix. 336.

Mankapur. See Manikapur.

Mankapur, town in Oudh, ix. 336.

Mankera, village in Punjab, ix. 336,
337-

Mankur, town in Bengal, ix. 337.

Manmad, town in Bombay, ix. 33J.

Mann, Dr., quoted, on the physiognomy
of the Santals, xii. 239, 240 ; on the
Chins, xiii. 281.

Mannargudi, town and taluk in Madras,
ix. 337, 338.

Manning, one of the three Englishmen
who have crossed the Himalayas east
of the Mariamla Pass, v. 406 ; on the
waters of Lake Palti, v. 407.

Manohar, fort in Bombay, ix. 338.

Manoli, town in Bombay, ix. 338.

Manora, cape in Sind, ix. 338, 339.

Manori, fort in Sind, ix. 339.

Man-oung. See Cheduba.

Manpur, pargand in Central India, ix.
339, 340.

Mansa, petty State in Bombay, ix. 340.

Mansa, town in Bombay, ix. 340.

Mansahra, tahsil in Punjab, ix. 340.

Mansahra, town in Punjab, ix. 341.

Man Singh, Akbar's Hindu general, and
Governor of Bengal, article 'India,'
vi. 293. Local notices— Commenced
palace at Amber (1600), i. 226; gave
1000 temples to Benares in one day,
ii. 265; Governor of Bengal (1589-
1606), ii. 278 ; collected troops for the
invasion of Orissa at Bhagalpur, ii. 352 ;
built the great temple at Brindaban,
iii. 100 ; built palace at Gwalior, v.
235 ; the adopted son of Bhagwan Das
of Jaipur, vii. 55 ; defeated and took
prisoner Pratapaditya, Raja of the
Sundarbans, vii. 184; made Rajmahal
capital of Bengal (1592), xi. 390;
made Rohtasgarh his stronghold, xii.
78 ; said to have built a palace at Sher-
pur in Bogra, xii. 381.

Man Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, his policy
and history, vii. 241, 242.

Manson, Mr., Commissioner of Maratha
country, murdered by the mutineer
Baba Sahib (1857), x. 211.

Mansurnagar, pargand in Oudh, ix. 341,
342.

Mantrala Kanama, pass in Madras, ix.
342.

Mantreswar, village in Bengal, ix. 342.



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Manu, the legendary founder of Sanskrit
law, article 'India,' vi. 113, 114-

Manufactures and arts. See Arts and
Manufactures, and also the special
section in each District article, and
such headings as Brass-ware, Cotton -
weaving, Iron -ware, Mats, Muslins,
Pottery, and Silk-weaving.

Manure, Use of, article ' India,' vi. 483 ;
want of, a drawback to improved hus-
bandry, 518. See also the Agricultural
section of each District article.

Manwan, village and pargand in Oudh,
ix. 342.

Mao-beh-larkar, village in Assam, ix. 343.

Mao-don, petty State in Assam, ix. 343.

Mao-iong, petty State in Assam, ix. 343.

Mao-phlang, mountain plateau in Assam,



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