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Ramgarh, Sub-division in Central Pro-
vinces, xi. 447.

Ramgarh, town in Central Provinces, xi.

447, 448.
Ramgarh, hill fort in Bengal, xi. 448.
Ramgarh, estate in Central India, xi.

44 8 - ,. , .

Ramgarh, town in Rajputana, xi. 448.

Ramghat, town in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

449.

Ramgiri, hill in Mysore, xi. 449.

Ramia Bihar, village in Oudh, xi. 449.

Ramisseram. See Rameswaram.

Ramkail, fair in Bengal, xi. 449.

Ramkot, pargand in Oudh, xi. 450.

Ramman, river in N. Bengal, xi. 450.



Ram Mohan Rai, theistic religious re-
former and prose religious writer, vi.

353-,

Ramnad, estate in Madras, xi. 450,

451.

Ramnad, town in Madras, xi. 451.
Ramnagar, town in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

451.

Ramnagar, town in Punjab, xi. 452.
Ramnagar, village in Bengal, xi. 452.
Ramnagar, town and pargand in Oudh,

xi. 453-

Ramnagar, ancient town in Central Pro-
vinces, xi. 453.

Rampa, hill tract in Madras, xi. 453-

455-
Rampaili, town in Central Provinces, xi.

455-

Ramparda, petty State in Kathiawar, xi.

455-

Ram Prasad Sen, court poet of Nadiya in
the 18th century, vi. 352.

Rampur, Native State in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xi. 455-459 ; physical aspects,
455; history, 455-460; population,
457 ; agriculture, 457, 458 ; trade, 458 ;
administration, 458 ; medical aspects,

459-

Rampur, capital of State in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xi. 459.

Rampur, town in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

459, 460.

Rampur, village in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

460.
Rampur, town in Bashahr State, Punjab,

xi. 460.
Rampur, estate in Central Provinces, xi.

460, 461.

Rampur, pargand in Oudh, xi. 461.
Rampura, town in Rajputana, xi. 461.
Rampura, petty State in Bombay, x.

461.
Rampura, Jain temples in Rajputana, xi.

461, 462.

Rampur Beauleah, town in Bengal, xi.
462.

Rampur Hat, Sub-division and town in
Bengal, xi. 462, 463.

Rampur Khanpur, village in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xi. 463.

Rampur Mathura, town in Oudh, xi.

463-
Ram Rai, heretical Sikh guru, founded

Dehra, where his temple still stands, iv.

168, 170, 171.
Ramri, island and township in Lower

Burma, xi. 463.
Ramri, town in Lower Burma, xi. 463,

464.
Ram Sanehi, tahsil in Oudh, xi. 464.
Ramsay, Alex., first judge of Surat

(1800), xiii. 124.
Ramsay, Hon. Sir Henry, his clearances



INDEX.



271



in the bhdbar, viii. 348 ; Chief Com-
missioner of Kumaun (1856-83), viii.
351 ; his rule there, viii. 352.

Ram Smaran Pal, founded the Karta-
bhaja sect in Nadiya, x. 133.

Ramtal, lake near Darjiling, Bengal,
xi. 465.

Ramtek, tahsil in Central Provinces, xi.

405-

Ramtek, ancient town in Central Pro-
vinces, xi. 465-467.

Ram u, village in Bengal, xi. 467.

Ranaghat, town and Sub-division in
Bengal, xi. 467.

Ranasam, State in Bombay, xi. 467,
468.

Ran Bahadur Shah, Raja of Nepal ( 1765-
1805), his reign, cruelty, and assassina-
tion, x. 286, 287.

Ranchi, town in Bengal, xi. 468.

Rander, historic town in Bombay, xi.

468, 469.

Randhia, petty State in Kathiawar, xi.

469.
Raneh, town in Central Provinces, xi.

469.,

Randhir Singh, Raja of Bhartpur, died
1823, his cenotaph at Gobardhan, v.
121.

Ran-dulla Khan of Bijapur, took Dod-
ballapur (1638), iv. 311 ; and Sira, xii.

54 6 ;
Rangamagiri, village in Assam, xi. 471.
Rangamati, ancient town in Bengal, xi.

469, 470.

Rangamati, administrative station in the
Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bengal, xi. 470.

Rangamati, village in Assam, xi. 470.

Ranganadi, river in Assam, xi. 470, 471.

Ranga Rao, his defence of Bobbili against
Bussy, xiii. 485.

Rangaswami, hill peak in Madras, xi.

471-
Rangi, estate in Central Provinces, xi.

471.
Rangia, village in Assam, xi. 471.
Rangir, village in Central Provinces, xi.

47 1 -

Rangoon, District in Lower Burma, xi.
471-481 ; physical aspects, 472 ; his-
tory, 473-476 ; population, 476, 477 ;
antiquities, 477 ; agriculture, 477,
478 ; natural calamities, 478, 479 ;
manufactures, etc., 479; revenue, 480 ;
administration, 480, 481 ; climate,
481.

Rangoon city, capital of Lower Burma,
xi. 481-488; history, 481-483; de-
scription, 483, 484 ; population, 484,
485 ; commerce, 485-488.

Rangoon River, in Lower Burma, xi.
488.

Rangpur, District in Bengal, xi. 48S-5CI;



physical aspects, 488 - 490 ; forest

products, 489 ; wild animals, 489 ;

history, 490-492 ; population, 492-496;

religion, 493, 494 ; material condition

of people, 495 ; agriculture, 496-498 ;

manufactures, etc., 498, 499; admini-
stration, 499, 500 ; medical aspects,

500.
Rangpur, town and Sub - division in

Bengal, xi. 501.
Rangpur, ruins in Assam, xi. 501, 502.
Ranguji, Maratha leader, built fort at

Borsad (1741), which was taken by the

Gaekwar (1748), iii. 90.
Rangun. See Rangoon.
Rania, town in Punjab, xi. 502.
Ranibenm'ir, town and Sub-division in

Bombay, xi. 502, 503.
Ranigam, petty State in Kathiawar, xi.

S03-
Raniganj, town and Sub - division in

Bengal, xi. 503.
Raniganj, coal-field in Bengal, xi. 503-

506.
Raniganj, town in Bengal, xi. 506.
Ranigat, ancient fortress on Punjab

frontier (Aornos of Alexander?), xi.

506.
Ranikhet, military sanitarium in N.-W.

Provinces, xi. 506, 507.
Rani-mir, rock cave in Orissa, xi. 507,

508.
Ranipet, military town in Madras, xi.

508, 509.

Ranipur, town in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

509.
Ranipur, town in Bombay, xi. 509.
Ranjit, Great, river of N. Bengal, xi.

509.
Ranjit, Little, river of N. Bengal, xi.

509, 5io.

Ranjit Singh, the founder of the Sikh
kingdom, article ' India,' vi. 410, 411.
Local notices — Declined to let British
army cross the Punjab (1838), i. 49 ;
demanded tribute from the cis-Sutlej
States (1808), checked by treaty (1809^,
i. 216 ; took Amritsar (1802), i. 257 ;
held Attock from 1 803 till his death, i.
382 ; restored the Shalimar Gardens
at Baghbanpur, i. 416 ; in the Bannu
valley, ii. 91 ; covered temple at
Benares with gold-leaf, ii. 266 ; con-
quered southern part of Dera Ghazi
Khan (1819), iv. 212 ; conquered
cis-Indus part of Dera Ismail Khan
(1821), iv. 221; had his winter residence
at Dinanagar, iv. 299; seized Faridkot,
which he had to surrender (1809),
i y - 393 5 built Govindgarh fortress, v.
174; colonized the district of Gujran-
wala, v. 1S1, 182; born at Gujranwala,
which was his head-quarters till he



272



INDEX.



took Lahore, v. 187 ; conquered Sahib
Singh of Gujrat (1798), and deposed
him (1810), v. 190 ; conquered greater
part of Gurdaspur (1809-16), v. 208 ;
took Haripur (1813), v. 340; conquered
Hazara (1818-26), v. 361 ; Hoshiarpur
(1815-18), v. 453; and the Jalandhar
Doab (181 1 ), vii. 85, 86; gave gilt
roof to the temple of Jawalamukhi, vii.
162 ; conquered Jehlam District (1810),
vii. 169; and Jhang (1803-10), vii. 208;
was ceded Kaman by Gen. Perron
(1782), vii. 351 ; his operations in
Kangra (1803-09), and conquest of
that District (1828), vii. 416, 417;
took Kasur (1807), viii. 84 ; granted
Kohat and Hangu to Sultan Muham-
mad Khan, viii. 244, 245 ; exacted
tribute from the Raja of Kiilu (1809),
viii. 338 ; was granted Lahore by
Zeman Shah (1799), viii. 406; his
mausoleum at Lahore, viii. 417 ; con-
quered Ludhiana (1806), viii. 520;
his attack on Maler Kotla (1809) led
to the treaty of that year, protecting
the cis-Sutlej States, ix. 255 ; took
Mankera (1821), ix. 337; took Multan
(1818), x. 4; stormed Muzaffargarh
(1818), x. 65 ; defeated Azim Khan at
Peshawar (1823), xi. 149 ; his reign
and history in the Punjab, xi. 265 ;
stormed Ramnagar (1795), xi. 452 ;
annexed Rawal Pindi (1810-14), x ii-
24, 25 ; conquered Shahpur (1803-16),
xii. 362; and Sialkot (1790-1810), xii.
442, 443 ; ornamented the temple of
Tarn Taran, xiii. 215.

Ranjit Singh, Maharaja of Bhartpur, his
reign and history, and repulse of Lake,
"• 373) 374 ; rewarded with part of
Muttra (1803), which was taken from
him (1805), x. 46.

Ranjur Singh, defeated by Sir Harry
Smith at Aliwal (1846), i. 182.

Ranodwip Singh, prime minister of
Nepal (1877 - 85), murdered (Nov.
1885), x. 290.

Ranpur, town in Bombay, xi. 510.

Ranpur, tributary State in Orissa, xi.
5IO.

Ranthambhor, hill fort in Rajputana, xi.
xi. 511.

Raojan, village in Bengal, xi. 511.

Rao Krishna Rao, founded high school
at Sagar (182S), xii. 109.

Raper, Mr., quoted, on Hard war in
1 80S, v. ^ ; on the festival there, v.

, 33 4-
Rapri, historic city in N. -W. Provinces,

xi. 511.

Rapti, river of Oudh and N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xi. 511, 512.

Rapur, town and tdluk in Madras, xi. 512.



Rasalgarh, hill fort in Bombay, xi. 512,

513.
Rasalu, Raja of Sialkot, xii. 441 ; legend

of, xii. 451.
Rasan, ancient city in N.-W. Provinces,

xi. 513-
Rasauli, town in Oudh, xi. 513.
Rasdhan, village in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

513.
Rashid-ud-din, traveller (1247-1318), his

use of the word Bengala, ii. 269 ;

quoted, on Kayal, viii. 107 ; Uchh,

xii. 400.
Rasin. See Rasan.
Rasipur, town in Madras, xi. 513.
Ras Muari, frontier cape between Sind

and Baluchistan, xi. 513, 514.
Rasra, town and tashil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xi. 514.
Rassa, village and prison in Bengal, xi.

515-
Rastam, village in Sind, xi. 515.
Rasulabad, village and tahsil in N.-W.

Provinces, xi. 515.
Rasulabad, town in Oudh, xi. 515.
Rasulabad, village in Central Provinces,

xi. 516.
Rasulpur, river of Bengal, xi. 516.
Rasulpur, town in Oudh, xi. 516.
Ras was, town in Central India, xi. 516.
Ratangarh, town in Rajputana, xi. 516.
Ratanmal, petty State in Central India,

xi. 516.
Ratan Nath, fourth in spiritual succession

from Gorakh Nath, built great temple

of Debi Patan, iv. 164.
Ratanpur, town in Bombay, xi. 516.
Ratanpur, ancient town in Central Pro-
vinces, xi. 516, 517.
Ratanpur Dhamanka, petty State in

Kathiawar, xi. 517.
Ratesh, petty State in Punjab, xi. 517.
Rath, tahsil in N.-W. Provinces, xi.

Rath, ancient town in N.-W. Provinces,

xi. 518.
Ra-thai-myo. See Ya-the-myo.
Rathborne, Captain, Commissioner of

Haidarabad (Sind), his report on the

bandh in the Eastern Nara, xiii.

263.
Ratia, town in Punjab, xi. 518.
Ratlam, Native State in Central India,

xii. I, 2.
Ratlam, chief town of State in Central

India, xii. 2.
Ratna, Rana of Mewar, son of Rand

Sanga (1530-35), xiii. 404.
Ratnagiri, District in Bombay, xii. 2-12;

physical aspects, 2-5 ; forests, 3, 4 ;

wild animals, 4 ; geology, 5 ; history,

5, 6 ; population, 6-8 ; agriculture, 8-

10; land tenures, 9; natural calamities,



INDEX.



273



29-32; natural calamities, 31,



commerce, trade, etc.



means of



10; trade, etc., 10, 11; administration,

n ; climate, 12.
Ratnagiri, Sub-division in Bombay, xii.

12.
Ratnagiri, town, port, and fishing centre

in Bombay, xii. 12, 13.
Rata Dero, town and taluk in Sind, xii.

J 3-

Rats, their ravages in the Chittagong
Mill Tracts, iii. 451; Jerruck, vii. 1S0;
Kaladgi, vii. 319 ; among the Karens,
viii. 5 ; in Kathiawar, viii. 97 ; Khan-
desh, viii. 158 ; the Laccadive Islands,
viii. 394; Lahore, viii. 411 ; Naga
Hills, x. 152; Sholapur, xii. 117.

Ratsar, village in N.-W. Provinces, xii.

13-

Rattihalli, village in Bombay, xii. 14.

Rattray, Mr., his report on the trade of
Patna, quoted, xi. 111-114.

Rau Kama, town in Oudh, xii. 14.

Rauk-thwa. See Yauk-thwa.

Raush, Mr., merchant of Goalpara, sent
700 men to help king of Assam against
the Moamarias (17S8), v. 114, 120.

Rautias, aboriginal tribe in Jashpur, vii.
146.

Ravenshaw, Mr., Commissioner of Orissa,
induced Government to reduce rates of
irrigation from the Mahanadi (1871),
ix. 161 ; identified Strabo's Eranno-
boas with the Son, xiii. 53.

Raver, town in Bombay, xii. 14.

Raver, village in Central Provinces, xii.

H-

Ravi, river in Punjab, xii. 14, 15.

Ravine deer {chikdra), article ' India,' vi.
658. Local notices — Found in Ajmere,
i. 119 ; Amritsar, i. 255 ; Banda, ii.
47 ; Bannu, ii. 90; Jerruck, vii. 180;
Jhang, vii. 206; Khandesh, viii. 150;
Lahore, viii. 405 ; Lalitpur, viii. 447 ;
Lohardaga, viii. 477 ; Mallani, ix. 260;
Manipur, ix. 325 ; Montgomery, ix.
495 ; Peshawar, xi. 146, 147 ; Pishin,
xi. 188; Rawal Pindi, xii. 23; Sibi,
xii. 454 ; Sirohi, xiii. 3 ; Sirsa, xiii.
10.

Rawal Pindi, Division or Commissioner-
ship in Punjab, xii. 15-18.

Rawal Pindi, District in Punjab, xii. 18-
35 ; physical aspects, 18-23 ; forests,

21, 22; minerals, 22; wild animals,

22, 23 ; history, 23-25 ; population,
25-29 ; religion, 26, 27 ; material con-
dition of the people, 27-29; agriculture,



communication, 33 ; administration,
33, 34 ; military, 34, 35 ; medical
aspects, 35.
Rawal Pindi, tahsil in Punjab, xii. 35,
36.
VOL. XIV.



Rawal Pindi, town and cantonment in
Punjab, xii. 36-38.

Rawats, aboriginal tribe in Merwara, ix.
416.

Rawlinson, Sir Henry, political agent
with General Nott in the defence of
Kandahar, vii. 393, 394.

Raya, talisil in Punjab, xii. 38, 39.

Rayachoti, town and tdluk in Madras,
xii. 39.

Rayadrug. See Raidrug.

Rayagudda, village in Madras, xii. 40.

Kayak, village in Assam, xii. 40.

Rayakottai, village in Madras, xii. 40.

Rayalcheruvu, village in Madias, xii.
40.

Rayan, town in Rajputana, xii. 40.

Rayapet, suburb of Madras city, xii. 40.

Rayavalasa, pass in Madras, xii. 41.

Raygad. See Raigarh.

R&yatw&H settlement of the land in
Madras, article ' India,' vi. 445, 446 ;
growth of the Madras cultivator into
a proprietor, 447 ; extension of tillage,
447 ; reduction of average land-tax,
448 ; description of land tenures in
Madras, ix. 44-53.

Raymond, M., granted Cuddapah in j&glr
by the Nizam (1795), iv. 49.

Raynal, Abbe, History of the Settlements
and Trade of the Europeaiis in the East
and West Indies, quoted, vi. 374 (foot-
note).

Ra-za-di-rit, king of Pegu, conquered
Prome with the king of Taung-ngu
(1417), xiii. 222.

Raziya, Empress of Delhi (1236-39), the
only lady who ever occupied that
throne, vi. 279, iv. 191.

Re. See Ye.

Read, Captain, commanded British bat-
tery at the capture of Gurramkonda
by the Nizam (1791), v. 228; first
administrator of the Talaghat and
Baramahal (1792), and introduced
rayatxvdri settlement (1796-99), xii.

155.

Read, Lieut., killed at the battle of Man-
grol (1821), monument to, ix. 317.

Readymoney, Sir Cowasji Jahangir, gave
^5000 towards the lunatic asylum
at Haidarabad (Sind), v. 288 ; built
hospital at Surat (1864), xiii. 131.

Reclamation of land. See Land reclama-
tion.

Reconquest of India from the Muham-
madans by the Hindus (1707-61), vi.
270.

Redi, port in Bombay, xii. 41.

Red saunders root, a valuable dye, found
in North Arcot, i. 316; Ballapali, ii.
18; Madras, ix. 7; Nellore, x. 267;
Palkonda Hills, xi. 11.

S



274



INDEX.



Reform of Hindu customs by Akbar, vi.

2 93- . ,

' Regulation ' and * Non - Regulation
Provinces, vi. 435.

Re-gyi. See Ye-gyi.

Pe-gyi Pan-daw. See Ye-gyi Pandaw.

Reh or saline efflorescence. See Usar
land.

Rehli, tahsil'm Central Provinces, xii. 41.

Rehli, historic town in Central Provinces,
xii. 42.

Reinhardt, Walter. See Samru.

Rekapalli, tdhik in Madras, xii. 42.

Re-keng. See Ye-kin.

Reland, identified Soparawith Solomon's
Ophir, xiii. 65.

Relangi, town in Madras, xii. 42.

Religion of the Gonds, iii. 309-311;
Daphlas, iv. 119; Faraizis, iv. 399;
Juangs, vii. 252 ; Ahams, vii. 357 ;
Kandhs, vii. 404 ; Karens, viii. 2, 3 ;
Khamtis, viii. 145 ; Kols, viii. 256,
257 ; Kotas, viii. 301 ; Malayalis, ix.
238 ; Miris, ix. 444, 445, 449 ; Nagas,
x. 149; Kukis, x. 150; Naikdas,
x. 177 ; Bhils, xii. 52 ; Santals, xii.
241 ; in Sirmur, xii. 555 ; of the Chins,
xiii. 281.

Religion of the Hindus, by Prof. H. H.
Wilson, quoted, vi. 201 (footnote 2); 205
(footnote 1) ; 206 (footnote 2) ; 208
(footnote 2) ; 210 (footnote 2) ; 213
(footnote 1); 221 (footnote 2); 223
(footnotes 3 and 4) ; 225 (footnote 5).

Religions of India, by Dr. Barth, quoted,
vi. 161 (footnote 2).

Religious classification of the population
of British India, article ' India,' vi.
Appendix V. 693. See also the Popu-
lation section of each District article.

Remda, village in Central Provinces,
xii. 42.

Remuna, village in Bengal, xii. 42, 43.

Renaud, Major, sent by Neill from Allah-
abad to Cawnpur (1857), joined by
Havelock at Khaga, iv. 425.

Rengan, petty State in Bombay, xii. 43.

Rengma, mountains in Naga Hills, Assam,
xii. 43.

Rengma Nagas, The, x. 147, 148.

Rengtipahar, hill range in Assam, xii.

43-

Reni, town in Rajputana, xn. 43.

Rennel, Major, geographer, map of
Bengal in 1765, article ' India,' vi. 15.
Local notices — Quoted, on the Brahma-
putra, iii. 96 ; on the devastation of
Chittagong, iii. 436 ; on the Nadiya
rivers, v. 472 ; on the Jamuna, vii.
135, viii. 222; on Nevti, x. 292; on
the Tista, xiii. 334, 335.

Rent Commission of Bengal (1879"), and
its reforms in the extension of tenant-



right and compensation for disturbance,
article ' India,' vi. 444, 445.

Rents of land, Rates of. See Agricultural
section of each District article.

Reota, town in N. -W. Provinces, xii. 43.

Reotipur, town in N.-W. Provinces,
xii. 43.

Repalli, town and taluk in Madras,
xii. 44.

Report on the Miscellaneous Old Records
in the India Office, by Sir George Bird-
wood, 358 (footnote 2) ; 360 (footnote
1) ; 364 (footnotes I and 2) ; 368 (foot-
note) ; 370 (footnote) ; his discovery of
the origin of the name of the ' James
and Mary Sands,' vii. 123.

Repousse work, made at Tanjore, xiii.
196.

Reptiles, article ' India,' vi. 660 ; poison-
ous serpents, and deaths from snake-
bite, 660. See also Madras, ix. 94-96 ;
Snake-bite and wild beasts, Mortality
caused by ; and Snakes.

Resalpur, village in Central Provinces,
xii. 44.

Reservoirs. See Tanks, Artificial Lakes
and Reservoirs.

Residencies, the most important, archi-
tecturally or historically, Haidarabad,
v. 253, 254; Indore, vii. 10; Luck-
now, viii. 507 ; Peshawar, xi. 160.

Resins, Valuable, found in Bamra, ii. 41 ;
Coorg, iv. 32 ; Cuttack, iv. 65 ; Gang-
pur, iv. 478 ; Gaya, v. 44 ; Haidar-
abad, v. 245, 246 ; Henzada, v. 384 ;
South Kanara, vii. 376 ; Kawardha,
viii. 106 ; Korea, viii. 297 ; Lohardaga,
viii. 476 ; Malabar, ix. 229 ; Midnapur,
ix. 425 ; N.-W. Provinces, x. 380 ;
Rairakhol, xi. 378 ; Rewa, xii. 46 ;
Sakti, xii. 148 ; Sandoway, xii. 199 ;
Santal Parganas, xii. 227 ; Udaipur
(Bengal), xiii. 412.

Re-tsu-daing. See Ye-su-daing.

Revelganj. See Godna.

Revell, Mr., laid the basis of the com-
mercial importance of Godna (1788),
where his shrine is still worshipped,
v. 136.

Revenue and expenditure. See the Ad-
ministrative section of each District
article, and specially, Afghanistan, i.
47 ; Assam, i. 370 ; Baluchistan, ii.
39, 40; Baroda, ii. 166, 167; Bengal,
ii- 3 I 7"3 I 9 ; Bhartpur, ii. 375 ; Bhopal,
ii. 405 ; Bikaner, ii. 440 ; Bombay, iii.
69, 70 ; Lower Burma, iii. 206 ; Inde-
pendent (now Upper) Burma, iii. 216,
217 ; Central Provinces, iii. 321 ;
Cochin, iv. 8 ; Coorg, iv. 39 ; French
Possessions, iv. 454 ; Goa, v. 96 ;
Gwalior, v. 229 ; Haidarabad, v. 24S ;
Berar, v. 273 ; Herat, v. 392 ; Hill



INDEX.



275



Tipperah, v. 400 ; Indore, vii. 7, 8 ;

Jaipur, vii. 57, 5S ; Jaisalmer, vii. 69 ;

Jhalawar, vii. 200 ; Jind, vii. 232 ;

Jodhpur, vii. 245 ; Kandahar, vii. 3S9 ;

Kapiirthala, vii. 443 ; Karauli, vii. 473 ;

Karikal, viii. 1 1 ; Kashmir, viii. 77,

78; Keunjhar, viii. 121; Khairpur,

viii. 137; Kolhapur, viii. 284; Kotah,

viii. 307 ; Kuch Behar, viii. 325, 326 ;

Madras, ix. 67-74 '■> Manipur, ix. 332 ;

Mysore, x. 108, 109 ; Nawanagar, x.

253 ; Nepal, x. 280; N.-W. Provinces,

x - 398, 399; Orissa, x. 459; Oudh, x.

508 ; Pishin, xi. 191, 192 ; Pondi-

cherri, xi. 199 ; Punjab, xi. 289 ;

Rewa, xii. 48 ; Sind, xii. 523, 524 ;

Tonk, xiii. 338 ; Travancore, xiii. 351 ;

Udaipur, xiii. 408.
Revenue Resources of the Mughal Empire,

by Mr. E. Thomas, quoted, vi. 271

(footnote) ; 297 (footnote 2) ; 299 ;

301 (footnote 1); 304, 305 (footnote) ;

311 (footnotes).
Revenue system of British India, the land-
tax, article 'India,' vi. 438-441, 452;

salt-duty, 453, 454 ; excise and opium,

453-455 ; municipal revenues, 455-457 ;

revenue and expenditure of British

India, 455-470.
Revenue of the Mughal Empire under

Akbar, vi. 297 ; growth of the Mughal

revenues (1 593-1 761), 269.
Revue de I Histoire des Religions, by Dr.

Barth, quoted, vi. 161 (footnote 2).
Rewa, Native State in Bundelkhand, xii.

44-47-

Rewa, chief town of State in Bundel-
khand, xii. 47, 48.

Rewadanda, town and port in Bombay,
xii. 48.

Rewa Kantha, Agency or group of Native
States in Bombay, xii. 48-54 ; phy-
sical aspects, 48 - 50 ; geology, 49 ;
forests, 49 ; fauna, 49 ; history, 50, 5 1 ;
population, 51-53 ; Bhils, 51, 52 ;
Kolis, 52, 53 ; trade, 53 ; administra-
tion, 53.

Rewari, tahsil in Punjab, xii. 54.

Rewari, historic town in Punjab, xii.

54-.S6.

Rewas, port in Bombay, xii. 56.

Rhenius, missionary in Tinnevelli (1820),
xiii. 304.

Rhinoceros, The, article ' India,' vi. 656.
Local notices — Arakan Hill Tracts, i.
299 ; Assam, i. 349 ; Bhagalpur, ii.
343 ; Bhutan, ii. 414 ; Upper Burma,
iii. 212 ; Cachar, iii. 234 ; Chittagong,
iii. 435 ; Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii.
448 ; Darjiling, iv. 131 ; Darrang, iv.
142 ; Eastern Dwars, iv. 329 ; Garo
Hills, v. 26; Goalpara, v. 112; Hill
Tipperah, v. 395 ; Himalaya Moun-



tains, v. 409 ; Jalpaiguri, vii. 109 ;

Kamrup, vii. 355 ; Khasi Hills, viii.

173; Lakhimpur, viii. 427; Manipur,

ix. 325 ; Mergui, ix. 407 ; Mergui

Archipelago, ix. 412 ; Naga Hills, x.

143 ; Nepal, x. 278 ; Sibsagar, xii.

460; the Sundarbans, xiii. 109, 389;

Tavoy, xiii. 209; Tharawadi, xiii. 272 ;

Thayet-myo, xiii. 279.
Riah. See Raya.
Rian. See Rayan.
Riangs, aboriginal tribe in Hill Tipperah,

v. 399-

Riasi, fort and town in Kashmir, xii.

56, 57.
Rice, Cultivation of, in Bengal, article
1 India,' vi. 32, ^3 '■> hi other Provinces
of India, its numerous varieties, vi.
485 ; out-turn, vi. 485, 486 ; export of,
vi. 572 ; export duty on, vi. 573.
Local notices — Cultivated on Mount
Abu, i. 7 ; in Afghanistan, i. 38 ; Akal-
kot, i. 137 ; Akyab, i. 155 ; Allahabad,
i. 189 ; Ambala, i. 220 ; Amherst,
i. 239 ; Amritsar, i. 259 ; Anantapur,
i. 277; Arakan Hill Tracts, i. 301,
302 ; North Arcot, i. 316 ; South
Arcot, i. 323 ; Assam, i. 361, 362 ;
Attigarh, i. 376 ; Azamgarh, i. 397 ;
Badakshan, i. 407 ; Bahraich, i. 430 ;
Bakarganj, i. 444, 445 ; Balaghat, i.
455 ; Balasor, ii. 7 ; Ballia, ii. 21 ;
Bamra, ii. 42 ; Bankura, ii. 83 ; Bara,
ii. 105 ; Bara Banki, ii. no ; Bardwan,
ii. 130; Bassein, ii. 197; Bastar, ii.
206; Basti, ii. 21 1 ; Bellary, ii. 245;
Benares, ii. 258 ; Bengal, ii. 302, 303 ;
Bhagalpur, ii. 348 ; Bhandara, ii. 364 ;
Bijnaur, ii. 432 ; Bilaspur, ii. 450 ;
Bilu-Gywon, ii. 460 ; Birbhum, iii. 5 ;
Bogra, iii. 28, 29 ; Bombay Presidency,
iii. 53, 54; Island, iii. 81 ; Bonai, iii.
86 ; Borasambar, iii. 89 ; Budaun, iii.
120; Biindi, iii. 159; Lower Burma,
iii. 189; Upper Burma, iii. 210;
Cachar, iii. 233, 236, 238 ; Cambay,
iii. 271 ; Cawnpur, iii. 285 ; Central
India, iii. 295 ; Central Provinces, iii.
318 ; Chamba, iii. 329 ; Champaran,
iii. 341 ; Chanda, iii. 353, 354 ; Chan-
drapur, iii. 365 ; Cheduba, iii. 378 ;
Chengalpat, iii. 386 ; Chitaldrug, iii.
425, 426 ; Chittagong, iii. 439 ; Chit-
tagong Hill Tracts, iii. 450 ; Cochin,
iv. 2, 5 ; Coimbatore, iv. 18 ; Coorg,
iv. 36 ; Cuttack, iv. 70, 71 ; Dacca, iv.
85 ; Daman, iv. 102 ; Damoh, iv. 102 ;
Daphla Hills, iv. 119; Darbhangah,
iv. 122, 125 ; Darjiling, iv. 135 ;
Darrang, iv. 146 ; Dehra Dun, iv. 174 ;
Delhi, iv. 182 ; Dharampur, iv. 249 ;
Dholpur, iv. 274 ; Dinajpur, iv. 294 ;
Dungarpur, iv. 323 ; Eastern Dwars,



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INDEX.



iv. 333 ; Ellichpur, iv. 345 ; Faizabad,
iv. 384 ; Faridpur, iv. 402, 403 ;
Farukhabad, iv. 413 ; Fatehpur, iv.
427 ; Gangpur, iv. 478 ; Ganjam, v. 6 ;
Garhwal, v. 20 ; Garo Hills, v. 30 ;
Gaya, v. 49 ; Ghazipur, v. 67 ; Goa,
v. 92, 93 ; Goalpara, v. 116 ; Godavari,
v. 127; Gonda, v. 151, 152; Gorakh-
pur, v. 169; Gurdaspur, v. 210, 211 ;
Gwalior, v. 228 ; Haidarabad, v. 245 ;
Haidarabad (Sind), v. 280 ; Hantha-
wadi, v. 315 ; Hardoi, v. 326 ; Hassan,
346, 347 ; Hazaribagh, v. 375 ;



Henzada



JS6, 388 ; Herat, v. 391 ;



Hill Tipperah, v. 400 ; Hoshiarpur,
v. 452, 455 ; Howrah, v. 463 ; Hugh',
v. 494 ; Indore, vii. 2 ; Delta of the
Indus, vii. 13 ; Jabalpur, vii. 33 ;
Jaintia Hills, vii. 49 ; Jalalabad, vii.
75 I Jalpaiguri, vii. 112, 113 ; Janjira,
vii. 139; Jaunpur, vii. 155; Jerruck,
vii. 181 ; Tessor, vii. 187 ; Jhabua,
vii. 195 ; Kadur, vii. 287 ; Kamrup,



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