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84, 85.
Myaung-mya, town in Burma, x. 85.
Myaung-mya, creek in Burma, x. 85, 86.
Myaung - mya - haung, creek in Burma,

x. 86.
Mya-wa-di, portion of Kama township,

Burma, x. 86.
Mye-bon, township in Burma, x. 86.
Mye-de, township in Burma, x. 86.
Myit-ma-ka, upper portion of the Hlaing

river, Burma, x. 86.
Myit-ta-ya, river in Burma, x. 86, 87.
Mylapur, suburb of Madras, x. 87.



Mylaveram, town in Madras. See Mai-

laveram.
Myllim, petty State in the Khasi Hills,

Assam, x. 87.
Myo - haung, township and town in

Burma. See Mro-haung.
Myouk-bhet-myo, township in Burma.

See Myauk-bhet-myo.
Myoung-mya, township, town, and creek

in Burma. See Myauna-mya.
Myoung-mya-houng, creek in Burma.

See Myaung-mya-haung.
Myrobalams, Export of, article ' India,'
vi. 574,575- Local notices — Belgium,
ii. 232 ; Bombay, iii. 45 ; Ganjam, v. 2 ;
Godavari, v. 123 ; Monghyr, ix. 481 ;
Nilgiri Hills, x. 324; N.-W. Pro-
vinces, x. 381 ; Siddhapur, xii. 473 ;
Vizagapatam, xiii. 484.
Mysore, Native State in S. India, x.
87-113; table of area and population,
88 ; physical aspects, 88, 89 ; water-
system and irrigation, 89-91 ; geology,
91, 92; history, 92-95 ; present native
administration, 95, 96 ; population,
96-100; wild tribes, 98, 99; Hindu
sects, 99, 100 ; language, 1 00 ; agri-
culture, 100-103; land tenures, 103-
105 ; the famine of 1876-78, 105, 106 ;
manufactures, 106, 107 ; mines and
quarries, 107 ; commerce, 107 ; roads
and railways, 107, 108 ; revenue and
expenditure, 108, 109 ; local funds,
109 ; municipalities, 109 ; public
works, 109; forests, 109, 1 10; postal
facilities, no ; justice, no, III ;
police, in; military, ill, 112; mis-
sions, 112 ; education, 112, 113 ;
medical institutions, 1 13.
Mysore, First war with, against Haidar
Ali (1780-84), article 'India,' vi. 392 ;
second Mysore war (1790-92), 394 ;
Tipii's intrigues with France, and the
third Mysore war (1799), 396 ; fall of
Seringapatam and death of Tipu in
the breach, 397 ; Mysore taken under
British administration and protection,
406 ; rendition of, to its ancient heredi-
tary Hindu rulers, 427, 435. See also
Haidar Ali and Tipu.
Mysore, District in Mysore State, x.
1 13-122; physical aspects, 113-115 ;
history, 115, 116; population, 1 16-
118; agriculture, 118-120; manufac-
tures and commerce, 120; administra-
tion, 120, 121 ; medical aspects, 121,
122.
Mysore, taluk in Mysore, x. 122.
Mysore, capital of" Mysore State, x.
122-124 » population and municipal
revenue and expenditure, 122 ; general
aspects, buildings, etc., 122-124; his-
tory, 124.



INDEX.



N



Naaf, an arm of the Bay of Bengal, x.

124.
Naaf, township in Burma, x. 124, 125.
Nabadwip, town in Bengal. See Nadiya.
Nabaganga, river of Bengal, x. 125.
Nabha, one of the cis-Sutlej Native States,

Punjab, x. 125, 126.
Nabha, capital of Nabha State, Punjab,

x. 126.
Nabhaji Das, Hindi poet of the 16th

century, and author of the Bhaktamdld,

vi ', 345-

Nabiganj, village in N.-W. Provinces,
x. 127.

Nabiganj, village in Assam, x. 127.

Nabinagar, town in Oudh, x. 127.

Nabisar, town in Sind, x. 127.

Nabog Nai, pass in Kashmir, x. 127.

Nabpur, village in Bengal, x. 127.

Nachangaon, ancient town in Central Pro-
vinces, x. 127.

Nachiarkovil, town in Madras, x. 128.

Nadanghat, village in Bengal, x. 128.

Nadaun, town in Punjab, x. 128.

Nadigaon, town in Datia State, Central
India, x. 128.

Nadir Shah's invasion of India, and sack
of Delhi, article ' India,' vi. 314.
Local notices — Besieged Farrah, i. 35 ;
occupied Afghanistan, i. 49 ; appointed
Nasir Khan beglerbey of Baluchistan,
ii. 30 ; ravaged and plundered Delhi,
iv. 193 ; conquered Dera Ghazi Khan
( I 739)> i y - 211; ravaged Hissar, v.
428 ; destroyed Jagadhri, vii. 40 ;
founded second city of Kandahar as
Nadirabad, vii. 389 ; besieged Kan-
dahar (1737), vii. 392; defeated Mu-
hammad Shah at Karnal (1739), viii.
20; passed through Lahore (1738),
viii. 406 ; his invasion of Punjab, xi.
264 ; defeated Nur Muhammad Kal-
hora, ruler of Sind, xii. 512; took
Tatta (1742), xiii. 218.

Nadiya, District in Bengal, x. 1 28- 141 ;
physical aspects, 128 - 130 ; history,
130, 131 ; indigo riots, 131 ; popula-
tion, 131-135; agriculture, 135-137;
natural calamities, 137 ; manufactures
and trade, 138 ; tols or Sanskrit schools,
138; administration, 138-140; medical
aspects, 140, 141.
Nadiya, Sub-division in Bengal, x. 141.
Nadiya, town and ancient capital in

Bengal, x. 141, 142.
Nadiya rivers, Engineering works to keep
open the navigation of, during the dry
season, article 'India,' vi. 552, 553.
Nadol, town in Rajputana, x. 142, 143.
Naf, arm of the Bay of Bengal. See Naaf.



Naga Hills, District in Assam, x. 143-
J 54; physical aspects, 143, 144; his-
tory, 144-147; population, 147-152;
the Nagas, x. 147-150 ; the Kukis,
150, 151 ; the Mikirs, 151 ; agricul-
ture, 152, 153 ; manufactures and
trade, 153 ; administration, 153, 154;
most easterly offshoot of the Hima-
layas, article 'India,' vi. 3. See also
Nagas.

Nagal, village in N.-W. Provinces, x.

J54-

Nagalapur, hill range in Madras, x. 154.

Nagamangala, village and taluk in My-
sore, x. 154.

Nagapatnam, town in Madras. See Nega-
patam.

Nagar, town and ancient capital in
Bengal, x. 155.

Nagar, port in Madras, x. 155.

Nagar, river in N. Bengal, x. 155, 156.

Nagar, small river in N. Bengal, x. 156.

Nagar, Division, taluk, and village in
Mysore, x. 156.

Nagar, town in Punjab, x. 156, 157.

Nagar, hill range in Central Provinces,
x. 157.

Nagarbasti, town in Bengal, x. 157.

Nagardhan, decayed town in Central Pro-
vinces. See Nandarthan.

Nagari, hill range in Madras, x. 157.

Nagari Nose, peak in Madras, x. 157.

Nagar Khas, village in N.-W. Provinces,
x. 157.

Nagarkoil, town in Travancore, x. 157,
158.

Nagar Kot, ancient town in Punjab. See
Kangra.

Nagar Parkar, town and taluk in Sind,
x. 158.

Nagas, The, aboriginal tribe in Assam,



351 ; Cachar



231, 232, 235;



Lakhimpur,viii. 431 ; Manipur, ix. 330;

the Naga Hills, x. 147-150; the Reng-

ma Nagas, xii. 43 ; Sibsagar, xii. 464.
Nagas or serpent-worshippers, Ancient

dynasties of, article ' India,' vi. 185,

186 ; 204. See also Bara Banki, ii.

107.
Nagas, foot soldiers of Jaipur, belonging

to the sect of the Dadii Panthis,x. 201.
Nagaur, town in Rajputana, x. 158, 159.
Nagavali, river in Madras. See Lan

guliya.
Nagavaram, estate and village in Madras,

x. 159.
Nagdirgram, village in Assam, x. 159.
Naggery, village and railway station in

Madras. See Nagari Nose.
Nagina, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, x.

159-
Nagina, town in N. -\\ . Provinces, x.

159, 160.



232



INDEX.



Nagkanda, pass near Simla, Punjab, x.

1 60.
Nagode, petty State in Central India,

x. 160, 161.
Nagode, chief town of Nagode State,

x. 161.
Nagore, town and port in Madras. See

Nagar.
Nagottma, town in Bombay, x. 161,

162.
Nagpur, the territories of the Maratha

Bhonsla family lapsed to the British

for want of heirs (1853), article 'India,'

y l 4 J 5- ...
Nagpur, Division or Commissionership in

Central Provinces, x. 162, 163.
Nagpur, District in Central Provinces,

x. 163-173 ; physical aspects, 164,

165; geology, 165; history, 165-169;

population, 169, 170; agriculture, 170,

171 ; commerce and trade, 171, 172;

administration, 172; medical aspects,

172, 173.
Nagpur, tahsil in Central Provinces, x.

,173.
Nagpur, capital of the Central Provinces,

and cantonment, x. 173- 175.
Nagram, town in Oudh, x. 175.
Nagwan, village in N.-W. Provinces, x.

175-

Nahals, aboriginal tribe in Nimar, x. 332.

Nahan, Native State in Punjab. See
Sirmur.

Nahan, capital of Sirmur State, x. 175.

Nahara, petty State in Bombay, x. 175,
176.

Nahir dynasty, The, a branch of the
Lodis flourished in the Derajat (15th-
18th centuries), iv. 210, 211.

Naigaon Ribahi, petty State in Bundel-
khand, x. 176.

Naihati, town in Bengal, x. 176.

Naikdas, The, wild forest tribe in Bom-
bay, x. 176, 177 ; Narukot, x. 226,
227 ; the Panch Mahals, xi. 30, 31.

Nain, village in Oudh, x. 177.

Naina Kot, village in Punjab, x. 177.

Naini Tal, hill station in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, x. 177, 178.

Nain Singh, Pandit, native explorer,
quoted, on the Himalayas, v. 404 ; on
Lake Palti, v. 407.

Nainwah, town in Rajputana, x. 178.

Nair brigade, The, at Trivandrum, xiii.

369.

Nairs, tribe of S.-W. India, their poly-
andry, article 'India,' vi. 55. Local
notices — Massacred British soldiers
at Alleppi (1809), i. 200; in Kadat-
tanad, vii. 279 ; Karattanad, vii. 469 ;
Madras, ix. 19 ; their customs in Mala-
bar, ix. 227, 228 ; in Travancore, xiii.
346, 347-



Najafgarh, village in N.-W. Provinces,

x. 178.
Najafgarh Jhil, large lake or marsh in

Punjab, x. 178, 179.
Najaf Khan, recovered Agra from the

Marathas and Jats, i. 61, 69; took

Dholpur, iv. 276 ; and Dig, iv. 286 ;

besieged Lachmangarh, viii. 396.
Najibabad, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,

x .\ 7 9 ;

Najibabad, town in N.-W. Provinces, x.
179, 180.

Najib Khan, Rohilla leader, conquered
Dehra Dun (1757), which he ruled till
1770, iv. 171 ; his tomb at Najibabad,
x. 179; his conduct at battle of Panipat
(1761), xi. 45-47 ; his fief in the Upper
Doab granted him by Ahmad Shah
(1754), xii. 116; its centre at Sikand-
arabad, xii. 478.

Najib-ulla Khan, brother of the Nawab
of the Karnatik, his policy and defence
of Nellore (1757), x. 263.

Nakhi Talao, lake on Mount Abu, i.

4,5-
Nako, village in Bashahr State, Punjab,

x. 180.
Nakodar, tahsil in Punjab, x. 180.
Nakodar, town in Punjab, x. 180, 181.
Nakpur, town in Oudh, x. 181.
Nakur, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, x.

181.
Nal, petty Bhil State in Bombay, x. 181.
Nal, lake in Bombay, i. 8^, x. 181.
Nalagarh, one of the Punjab Hill States.

See Hindur.
Nalagarh, hill range in the Punjab. See

Chintpurni.
Nalanda, famous Buddhist monastery of

the 7th century, vi. 157.
Nalapani, hill fort in N.-W. Provinces,

x. 181.
Nalatwar, town in Bombay, x. 181, 182.
Nalbana, island in the Chilka Lake,

Orissa, x. 182.
Nalbari, village in Kamrup, Assam, x.

182.
Nalbari, village in Darrang, Assam, x.

182.
Nalchha, ruined town in Central India,

x. 182.
Nalchiti, village in Bengal, x. 182.
Naldriig, fortified town in Deccan, x. 182-

184.
Nalganga, river in Berar, x. 184.
Nalgun, pass in Bashahr State, Punjab,

x. 184.
Nalia, petty State in Bombay, x. 184.
Naliya, town in Bombay, x. 184.
Nalkeri, State forest in Coorg, x. 184.
Nalknad, village in Coorg, x. 184.
Nallamalais, range of hills in Madras, x.

184-186; geology, 185; fauna, 185;



INDEX.



2 53



inhabitants, 185, 186 ; forests, 186 ;

roads, 186 ; temples, 186 ; medical

aspects, 186.
Naltigiri, chain of hills in Bengal, x. 186,

187.
Namakal, town and taluk in Madras, x.

187.
Namal, town in Punjab, x. 187.
Nambar, river in Assam, x. 188.
Nambiyur, town in Madras, x. 188.
Namdar Khan, Nawab of Ellichpur, his

history, iv. 346.
Nam Deva, Marathi poet of the 13th

century, vi. 346.
Nana Farnavis, became minister at Poona

after treaty of Mahad (1796), ix. 154.
Nanai, river of Assam. See Nonai.
Nanak, founder of the Sikh religion,

article 'India,' vi. 223; 410. Local

notices — Also founded sect of the Nanak-

panthis, iii. 316 ; died at Pakhohi, now

swept away, opposite present town of

Dera Nanak, iv. 228 ; his teaching, xi.

262 ; monument to, at Sakhi Sarwar,

xii. 146.
Nanakpanthis, sect in Central Provinces,

their doctrines, iii. 315, 316.
Nanakshahis, devotee order within the

sect of Nanakpanthis, iii. 316.
Nana Sahib, his proclamation as Peshwa

at the outbreak of the Mutiny, and the

massacre of the Cawnpur garrison,

article ' India,' vi. 420. Local notices

—At Bareilly (March-April 1858), ii.

140 ; lived at Bithur, iii. 20 ; siege and

massacre of Cawnpur (June-July 1857),

iii. 282, 291 ; murdered the fugitives

from Fatehgarh at Cawnpur, iv. 411 ;

spent ten days at Shahjahanpur in his

flight from Lucknow, xii. 346.
Nanda Devi, mountain peak of the

Himalayas, x. 188.
Nandair, town in Deccan, x. 188.
Nandakuja, river in Bengal, x. 188.
Nandan Sar, lake in Kashmir, x. 188.
Nandarthan, decayed town in Central

Provinces, x. 189.
Nan-daw, pagoda in Burma, x. 189.
Nander, town in Deccan. See Nandair.
Nandgad, town in Bombay. See Nan-

digarh.
Nandgaon, Sub-division in Bombay, x.

189.
Nandgaon, town in Bombay, x. 189, 190.
Nandgaon, chiefship in Central Provinces,

x. 190.
Nandi, village in Mysore, x. 190, 191.
Nandial, town and taluk in Madras, x.

191.
Nandialampett, town in Madras, x. 191.
Nandidriig, Division in Mysore, x. 191.
Nandidrug, fortified hill in Mysore, x.

191, 192.



Nandigama, taluk in Madras, x. 192.
Nandigarh, town in Bombay, x. 192,

193.

Nandikanama, pass in Madras, x. 193.

Nandikotkur, town and taluk in Madras,
x. 193.

Nandod, capital of Rajpipla State, Bom-
bay, x. 193.

Nandora, town in Oudh, x. 193.

Nandura, town in Berar, x. 193, 194.

Nandurbar, Sub-division in Bombay, x.
194.

Nandurbar, town in Bombay, x. 194,

195.
Nanenwar, mountain in Kashmir, x. 195.
Nangam, petty State in Bombay, x. 195.
Nangambakam, suburb of Madras. See

Madras city.
Nanguneri, taluk in Madras, x. 195, 196.
Nanguneri, town in Madras, x. 196.
Nanjangad, town and taluk in Mysore,

x. 196.
Nanjarajpatna, taluk in Coorg, x. 197.
Nannilam, taluk in Madras, x. 197.
Nanpara, tahsil in Oudh, x. 197.
Nanpara, pargana in Oudh, x. 197, 198.
Nanpara, town in Oudh, x. 198, 199.
Nansari, chiefship in Central Provinces,

x. 199.
Nanta, village in Rajputana, x. 199.
Naodwar, forest reserve in Assam, \.

X 99;

Naogaon, District in Assam. See Now-

s on s-

Naogaon, village and Sub-division in
Bengal, x. 199.

Nao Nihal Singh, Sikh general, con-
quered trans-Indus part of Dera Ismail
Khan (1836), iv. 221 ; erected column
at Tarn Taran, xiii. 215.

Naorangpur, town in Madras, x. 199.

Naphtha, found in Dera Ismail Khan,
iv. 220.

Napier, Sir Charles, conquest of Sind by
(1843), article ' India,' vi. 409. Local
notices — Restored estate of Chandko to
the jdgirddr, iii. 359 ; pursued Mir
Rustam Khan Talpur to Imamgarh
(1843), where he surrendered, v. 509 :
built Government house at Karachi,
vii. 454; his victory at Miani (1843),
ix. 422 ; his treaty with the Talpur
Mirs, and subsequent conquest of Sind,
xii. 515 ; first Governor of Sind, xii.
516; his policy with regard to the
tribes on the Upper Sind Frontier, xiii.

442, 443-
Napier of Magdala, Lord, made the Ban

Doab Canal, ii. 153 ; proposed the

Dalhousie sanitarium ( 185 1), iv. 97, 98 ;

organized the Lushai expedition (1871),

viii. 531.
Napier of Merchiston, Lord, Governor of



234



INDEX.



Madras (1866-72), ix. 67 ; his excava-
tions at Mahabalipur, ix. 148.
Napits, The, or barber caste, claim to be

Kalitas in Assam, i. 357.
Napoklu, village in Coorg, x. 199, 200.
Nar, town in Baroda, x. 200.
Nara, E., water-channel in Sind, x. 200,

201.
Nara, W., water-channel in Sind, x. 201.
Narad, name given to three streams in

Bengal, x. 201.
Naraina, town in Rajputana, x. 201.
Narainganj, Sub-division in Bengal, x.

201, 202.
Narainganj, town in Bengal, x. 201, 202 ;

its river trade, x. 201, 202.
Narajol, village in Bengal, x. 203.
Narakal, town and port in Cochin, x. 203.
Naral, Sub-division in Bengal, x. 203,

204.
Naral, town in Bengal, x. 204.
Naraoli, town in N.-W. Provinces, x.

204.
Na-ra-pa-di-si-thu, king of Pagan, his

visit to Taung-ngu, where he restored

pagodas (1171), xiii. 221 ; built the

first pagoda in Tavoy, xiii. 229.
Narasaraopet, taluk in Madras, x. 204.
Narasinganallur, village in Madras, x.

204.
Narasinha Achari, jagat-gilni of the

Smarta Brahmans, his piety and charity,

xiii. 79.
Narasinha-angadi, town in Madras. See

Jamalabad.
Narayanadevarakera, town in Madras,

x. 204.
Narayanavanam, town in Madras, x. 204,

205.
Narayanganj, town and Sub-division in

Bengal. See Narainganj.
Narayan Rao, fifth Maratha Peshwa

(1772), his assassination, article ' India,'

vi. 321.
Narayan Rao of Karwi, mutineer leader,

burnt Garha Kalan (1857), v. 12;

ruled at Karwi for eight months, his

treasure the ' Karwi and Banda Prize

Money,' viii. 56, 57.
Narbada, Division or Commissionership

in Central Provinces, x. 205-207.
Narbada, one of the great rivers of

India, x. 207-210 ; its course, 207-210 ;

bridges, 210 ; sanctity, 210.
Naregal, town in Bombay, x. 211.
Nargund, town in Bombay, x. 211.
Narhi, town in N.-W. Provinces, x. 211.
Nari, town in Central Provinces. See

Neri.
Nariad, Sub-division in Bombay, x. 21 1,

212.
Nariad, town in Bombay, x. 212.
Narikelbaria, village in Bengal, x. 212.



Narisha, town in Bengal, x. 212.

Narkher, town in Central Provinces, x.
212.

Narmada, one of the great rivers of India.
See Narbada.

Narnala, hill fortress in Berar, x. 213.

Nar Narayan, king of Kuch Behar, re-
covered Kamrup from the Muham-
madans, vii. 357 ; the greatest of the
Kuch Behar kings, viii. 320.

Narora, town in N.-W. Provinces, x.
213.

Narot, town in Punjab, x. 213.

Narowal, town in Punjab, x. 213, 214.

Narrakal, town in Cochin. See Narakal.

Narrative of Political and Military
Transactions of British India under
the Marquis of Hastings, by Henry T.
Prinsep, quoted, article 'India,' vi.
317 (footnote 1).

Narri, salt-mine in Punjab, x. 214.

Narsapur, taluk in Madras, x. 214.

Narsapur, town in Madras, x. 214, 215.

Narsaunapet, town in Madras, x. 214.

Narsingha, dome-shaped rock in Central
Provinces, x. 215.

Narsinghgarh, Native State in Central
India, x. 215.

Narsinghgarh, capital of Narsinghgarh
State, x. 215, 216.

Narsinghgarh, ancient town in Central
Provinces, x. 216.

Narsinghpur, District in Central Pro-
vinces, x. 216-224 ; physical aspects,
216-218; history, 218-220; population,
220, 221 ; agriculture, 221, 222 ; com-
merce and trade, 222, 223; administra-
tion, 223 ; medical aspects, 223, 224.

Narsinghpur, tahsil in Central Provinces.
x. 224.

Narsinghpur, town in Central Provinces,
x. 224, 225.

Narsinghpur, Native State in Orissa, x.
225.

Narsinghpur, principal village in Nar-
singhpur State, x. 225.

Narsinh Rai, a Hindu chief, seized
Gwalior (1398), v. 236.

Narsipur, town and taluk in Hassan,
Mysore, x. 225.

Narsipur, village and taluk in Mysore
District, Mysore, x. 226.

Narukot, Native State in Bombay, x.
226, 227.

Narwar, town in Gwalior State, x. 227.

Nasarpur, town in Sind, x. 228.

Nash, Lieut., assisted Capt. Chalmers in
the defence of Coimbatore, iv. 16.

Nasik, District in Bombay, x. 228-235 ;
physical aspects, 228, 229; population,
229-231; agriculture, 231, 232; natural
calamities, 232, 233 ; railways, 233 ;
trade and manufactures, 233, 234 ;



INDEX.



2 35



administration, 234, 235 ; medical

aspects, 235.
Nasik, Sub-division in Bombay, x. 235.
Nasik, town in Bombay, x. 235-237.
Nasirabad, Sub-division in Bengal. See

Maimansingh.
Nasirabad, administrative head-quarters

of Maimansingh District, Bengal, x.

237.
Nasirabad, town and Sub-division in

Bombay, x. 238.
Nasirabad, cantonment in Ajmere-Mer-

wara, x. 238, 239.
Nasirabad, town and taluk in Sind, x.

239;

Nasirabad, town in Oudh, x. 239.

Nasir Jang, second son of Nizam Ali,
became Nizam, supported by the
English, v. 249 ; assassinated by the
Nawab of Cuddapah, viii. 42 ; seized
Yanaon (1750), xiii. 547.

Nasir Khan, his reign in Baluchistan
(1739-95), ii. 30 ; Pishin ceded to
him by Ahmad Shah, xi. 189 ; also
Quetta for services against the Persians,
xi. 337, 338.

Nasir-ud-din Mahmiid, ruled Bahraich
till he became Emperor (1246), i. 427 ;
his interview with his son on the river
at Karra, vii. 48 ; took Kalinjar (1251),
vii. 332 ; took Narwar, x. 227.

Nasir - ud - din, general of Aurangzeb,
overthrew the temples of Deulghat, iv.
231.

Nasriganj, town in Bengal, x. 239.

Naswadi, petty State in Bombay, x. 239,
240.

Natagarh, village in Bengal, x. 240.

Nate-puta, town in Bombay, x. 240.

Nathdwara, town in Udaipur State,
Rajputana, x. 240, 241.

Native Christians. See Population section
in each District article ; and Catholic,
Christianity, and Protestant Missions.

Native States of India, their relation to
the British paramount power, article
' India,' vi. 43 ; area and population
of the thirteen groups of States, vi. 45.

Native States, above 50,000 inhabitants,
Ajaigarh, i. 112, 113; Akalkot, i.
l 37> 138; Ali-Rajpur, i. 181, 182;
Alwar, i. 202 - 206 ; Aundh, i. 384,
385; Bahawalpur, i. 421-424; Bamra,
ii. 41, 42; Banswara, ii. 101-103 ;
Baria, ii. 151, 152 ; Baroda, ii. 157-
170; Barwani, ii. 180, 181 ; Bastar, ii.
204 - 208 ; Bhartpur, ii. 371 - 375 ;
Bhaunagar, ii. 379-381; Bhopal, ii.
403-405 ; Bijawar, ii. 425 ; Bikaner,
ii. 437-440 ; Bod, iii. 22, 23 ; Biindi,
iii. 157 - 159 ; Cambay, iii. 271 - 273 ;
Chamba, iii. 328-330 ; Charkhari, iii.
371, 372 ; Chhatarpur, iii. 395, 396 ;



Chhota Udaipur, iii. 405, 406; Cochin,
iv. I - 10 ; Cutch, iv. 57-64; Datia ;
iv. 156 ; Dewas, iv. 236, 237 ; Dhar,
iv. 245 - 248 ; Dharampur, iv. 248,
249 ; Dhenkanal, iv. 269 ; Dholpur,
iv. 272-277 ; Dhrangadra, iv. 278, 279;
Dungarpur, iv. 322 - 325 ; Edar, iv.
336 - 339 5 Faridkot, iv. 392, 393 ;
Gangpur, iv. 478, 479 ; Garhwal, v.
23, 24 ; Gondal, v. 157 ; Gwalior, v.
226 - 234 ; Haidarabad, v. 240 - 252 ;
Hill Tipperah, v. 394-401 ; Hindur, v.
420 ; Inchalkaranji, v. 509, 510 ;
Indore, vii. 1-8 ; Jaipur, vii. 50-59 ;
Jaisalmer, vii. 65-70 ; Jamkhandi, vii.
127 ; Janjira, vii. 137-141 ; Jaora. vii.
142; Jashpur, vii. 144-146; Jetpur
Bilkha, vii. 192 ; Jhabua, vii. 193- 195;
Jhalawar, vii. 197-202 ; Jind, vii. 232.
233; Jodhpur or Marwar, vii. 234-245;
Junagarh, vii. 261, 262 ; Kahlur, vii.
293, 294 ; Kalsia, vii. 344 ; Kapiir-
thala, vii. 441-443 ; Karauli, vii. 469-
474 ; Karond, viii. 46, 47 ; Kashmir
and Jamu, viii. 60-78; Kawardha, viii.
106, 107 ; Keunjhar, viii. 120, 121 :
Khairagarh, viii. 130 ; Khairpur, viii.
132-137; Khandpara, viii. 160, 161 :
Kishangarh, viii. 222, 223 ; Kolhapur.
viii. 280-285 ; Kotah, viii. 303-308 ;
Kuch Behar, viii. 318-327; Kurundwad,
viii. 376, 377 ; Lunawara, viii. 527,
528 ; Maihar, ix. 188, 189 ; Maler
Kotla, ix. 254, 255 ; Mandi, ix. 297-
299; Manipur, ix. 322-334; Miraj.
ix. 439, 440 ; Morbhanj, ix. 516, 517 ;
Morvi, ix. 518, 519 ; Mudhol, ix.
526, 527; Mysore, x. 87-113; Nabha,
x. 125, 126; Nagode, x. 160, 161 ;
Nandgaon, x. 190 ; Narsinghgarh, x.
215 ; Nawanagar, x. 215-217 ; Naya-
garh, x. 256, 257 ; Nilgiri (Orissa), x.
325, 326; Orchha, x. 425, 426; Palan-
pur, x. 539, 540 ; Panna, xi. 48-50 ;
Partabgarh, xi. 75-77 ; Patiala, xi.
87-90; Patna, xi. 114-116; Phultan,
xi. 164, 165 ; Porbandar, xi. 214-
216; Pudukattai, xi. 237, 238; Rad-
hanpur, xi. 341 - 343 ; Raigarh, xi.
362, 363 ; Rajgarh, xi. 386, 387 ;
Rajpipla, xi. 391 - 393 ; Raj pur -
Ali, xi. 394, 395 5 Rampur, xi.
455-459; Ratlam, xii. I, 2; Rewa,
xii. 45-48; Sangli, xii. 218, 219;
Sarangarh, xii. 259, 260; Sarguja, xii.
266 - 268 ; Sawantwari, xii. 295 - 299 :
Shahpura, xii. 369, 370 ; Sirmur, xii.
552 - 556 ; Sirohi, xiii. 1 - 7 ; Sonpur,
xiii. 63, 64 ; Suket, xiii. 90 ; Sunth,
xiii. 114, 115 ; Tharad and Morwara,
xiii. 261 ; Tonk, xiii. S37^ 33$ ; Tra-
vancore, xiii. 34<>353 » Udaipur, xiii.
400-409.



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INDEX.



Nat-maw, village in Burma, x. 241.
Natron, found in Upper Burma, iii. 211 ;

Khairpur, viii. 133.
Nats, semi - Hinduized gipsy tribe of

Lower Bengal, article ' India,' vi. 71.

Local notices — Chittagong, iii. 438 ;

Dacca, iv. 83; Gonda, v. 151 ; Oudh,

x. 499.
Nattor, ancient capital and Sub-division

in Bengal, x. 241.
Natural calamities. See special section

in each District article ; and also

Famines and Floods.
Nat-worshippers, or demon-worshippers,

their numbers in Akyab, i. 155 ;

Amherst, i. 237 ; Arakan Hill Tracts,

*• 2 99 ■ 3 GI 5 Bassein, ii. 196 ; Lower

Burma, iii. 179; Mergui, ix. 408;

Prome, xi. 230; Salwin Hill Tracts,

xii. 175 ; Sandoway, xii. 201 ; Shwe-

gyin, xii. 431 ; Taung-ngu, xiii. 223 ;

Tavoy, xiii. 230 ; Tharawadi, xiii.

272 ; Thayet-myo, xiii. 280.
Naubatpur, village in N.-W. Provinces,

x. 241.
Naugaon, cantonment in Bundelkhand.

See Nowgong.
Naul Tirth, gorge in Bombay. See Sogal.
Naupada, town in Madras, x. 241, 242.
Naushahra, tahsil in Punjab, x. 242.
Naushahra, town, cantonment, and civil

station in Peshawar, Punjab, x. 242, 243.
Naushahra, town in Hazara, Punjab. See

Nawashahr.
Naushahro, Sub-division in Sind, x. 243-

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