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position and general aspect, 132 ;
population, 132, 133 ; history, 133,
134 ; commerce and trade guilds, 134 ;
chief buildings, 134, 135; early Euro-
pean tombs, 135 ; municipality, 135,
136 ; English obtain leave to trade at
(1612), article 'India,' vi. 366; de-
feat of the Portuguese fleet at Swally,
the port of, by Captain Best (161 5),
366 ; the chief seat of the Company's
government in Western India till
1684-87, when it was transferred to
Bombay, 370 ; pillaged by Sivaji
(1664), 370 ; treaty of, between Raghu-
nath Rao and the British, 391.

Surat Agency, The, small group of Native
States in Bombay, xiii. 136.

Sur Das, poet of Mathura in the 16th
century, and author of the Sursagar,
article ' India,' vi. 345.

Surendra Sa, his career in Sambalpur,
participation in the Mutiny, and final
surrender, xii. 180, 181.

Surgana, petty Bhil State in Bombay,

xiii. 136, 137.
Surharpur, pargand in Oudh, xin. 137-
Suri, Sub-division in Bengal, xiii. 137.
SuruSooree),administrativehead-quarters
of Birbhum District, Bengal, xiii. 137,

138.
Surir, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii. 138.
Surirpur, village in N.-W. Provinces,

xiii. 138.
Surjyagarh, hill in Central Provinces,

xiii. 138.
Surjyanagar, capital of Kashmir. Sec

Srinagar.
Surma, river in S. Assam, xiii. 138.
Sur Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, Akbar's

general, conquered Gujarat and the

Deccan for him, vii. 241.



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INDEX.



Siir Singh, town in Punjab, xiii. 138.

Sursati, river in Punjab. See Saraswati.

Surul, village in Birbhum, xiii. 138, 139.

' Survey ' land tenure in Bombay, its
simplicity, advantages, and disadvan-
tages, article ' India,' vi. 448, 449.

Surya Sen, built fort of Gwalior (773
A.D.), v. 236.

Susang, estate in Bengal, xiii. 139.

Sasis or striped cloths, made at New
Hala, v. 294 ; Jerruck, vii. 292 ; Tala-
gang, xiii. 162.

Susumau, town in Oudh, xiii. 139.

Susunia, hill in Bengal, xiii. 139.

Sutalia, guaranteed Girasia chiefship in
Central India, xiii. 139.

Sutherland, General, broke power of
the Hatkars in Basim District, ii.
186.

Sutherland, The Countess of, the largest
ship ever built in the Hugh, launched
at the Titagarh dockyard, xiii. 335.

Suthumba, petty State in Mahi Kantha.
See Sathamba.

Suti, town in Bengal, xiii. 139, 140.

Sutlej, great river of Punjab and chief
tributary of the Indus, xiii. 140, 141 ;
article ' India,' vi. 11.

Sutna, town and cantonment in Rewa
State, Central India, xiii. 141, 142.

Sutras or sacred Sanskrit traditions,
article ' India,' vi. 89.

Swa, river in Lower Burma, xiii. 142.

Swally, Defeat of the Portuguese fleet at
(1615), article ' India,' vi. 366.

Swami Narayan, religious reformer, fol-
lowed by many Nagar Brahmans, now
seated at Bisalnagar, iii. 14 ; born at
Chhipia, where his followers have
erected a temple to him, iv. 403 ; died at
Gadra (1830), iv. 458; head-quarters
of his followers at Wartal, xiii. 533.

Swarupganj, town in Bengal, xiii. 142.

Swat, river in the Punjab, xiii. 142.

Swatch of No Ground, depression in the
Bay of Bengal, off Gangetic delta, xiii.
142, 143.

Swatis, numerous in Hazara, v. 363, 364 ;
in Kagan, vii. 293.

Swedish East India Company, article
' India,' vi. 376.

Swords, made in Bhutan, ii. 414 ; Bom-
bay, iii. 60 ; Upper Burma, iii. 218 ;
Khairpur, viii. 137 ; Lashkarpur, viii.
466 ; Mandalay, ix. 291 ; Monghyr,
ix. 487 ; Anhilwara Patan, xi. 82 ;
Rampur, xi. 459.

Syambazar, town in Bengal, xiii. 143.

Syamnagar, village in Bengal, xiii. 143.

Syan, tribe of Karens, viii. 1.

Sydapet, town in Madras. See Saidapet.

Sylhet, District in Assam, xiii. 143-157 ;
physical aspects, 144, 145 ; history,



145-147 ; population, 147-152 ; immi-
gration and emigration, 150; material
condition of the people, 15 1 ; agricul-
ture, 152; land tenures, 152, 153;
natural calamities, 153 ; trade and
manufactures, 153, 154; tea cultiva-
tion, 154; administration, 154-156;
medical aspects, 156.

Sylhet, town and Sub-division in Assam,
xiii. 157.

Symes, Colonel, quoted, on Pegu in
1795, x i- I2 7> 12S ; on Rangoon, xi.
482, 483 ; on the Chins, xiii. 281.

Synod of Diamper (1599), article ' India,'
vi. 241.

Syntengs or Santengs, aboriginal tribe,
their rebellion in Assam (1862), i. 345,
353 ; in the Jaintia Hills, vii. 48.

Synthia, town in Bengal, xiii. 157.

Syriam, township in Lower Burma, xiii.

157, 158.

Syriam, ancient town in Lower Burma,
xiii. 158, 159.

Syrian Christians in India, their numbers
and antiquity, article ' India,' vi. 230 ;
Syrian Catholics in Malabar, 243, 244 ;
Syrian rite reformed, 245 ; Syrian and
Roman Catholic Christians at the pre-
sent day, 257, 258. Local notices —
Cochin State, iv. 3, 4, town, iv. 1 1 ;
Kayenkolam, vii. 108 ; Kotayam, vii.
310 ; Madras Presidency, ix. 25 ; Mala-
bar, ix. 228 ; Mavelikara, ix. 375 ;
Sharretalai, xii. 377 ; Taingapatam,
xiii. 160 ; Travancore, xiii. 348 ;
Vaikom, xiii. 461 ; Verapoli, xiii.
473-



Taalas, aboriginal tribe in Narsinghpur

State, Orissa, x. 225.
Tabin Shwe-ti, ruler of Pegu (1530-50),

employed European mercenaries, iii.

T 75-
Ta-da, river in Lower Burma. See

Taung-nyo.
Tadiandamol, peak in Coorg, xiii. 159.
Tadpatri, taluk in Madras, xiii. 159.
Tadpatri, town in Madras, xiii. 159, 160.
Tadri, port in Bombay, xiii. 160.
Tagas, agriculturists in Bulandshahr, iii.

137 ; criminal class in Karnal, viii.

26 ; landowners in Muzaffarnagar, x.

Tagore, Ramanath, statue of, in the

Town Hall, Calcutta, iii. 251.
Taingapatam, town in Travancore, xiii.

160.
Tajiks, non-Afghan tribe in Afghanistan,

i. 34, 42 ; in Afghan-Turkistan, i. 55.
Taj Khan, took Sangarhi at Bakht

Buland's suggestion, xii. 310.



INDEX.



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Taj Mahal, The, article ' India,' vi. 112;
304; article 'Agra.'i. 73-75.

Taj pur, Sub-division in Bengal, xiii. 160.

Tajpur, town in Bengal, xiii. 160, 161.

Takaji Rao, Maratha general, took Vel-
lore (1676), xiii. 467.

Takhi, the rebel cobbler of Gujarat,
occupied Karra (1346), where he was
defeated, viii. 48.

Takht-i-Sulaiman, principal peak of the
Sulaiman .Mountains, xiii. 161 ; article
' India,' vi. 6.

Takhtpur, town in Central Provinces,
xiii. 161.

Takht Singh, chief of Ahmadnagar, had,
when elected Raja of Jodhpur (1843),
to surrender Ahmadnagar to Raja of
Edar (1848), iv. 338; loyal to the
British in the Mutiny, vii. 242.

Taki, town in Bengal, xiii. 161, 162.

Taki, village in Punjab. See Asarur.

Takkas, Turanian race, earliest inhabit-
ants of Rawal Pindi, article ' India,'
vi. 164 (footnote 2) ; their present
descendants, vi. 184 ; owners and cul-
tivators in Chamba State, iii. 329.

Takshaks, early Scythian tribe in Punjab,
article ' India," vi. 184, 185.

Takwara, town in Punjab, xiii. 162.

Tal, mountain pass over the Brahui Hills
from the Punjab into Baluchistan,
article ' India,' vi. 6.

Tala, town in Bengal, xiii. 162.

Talagang, town and tahsil in Punjab,
xiii. 162.

Talagaon, town in Berar. See Talegaon.

Takings, tribe in Amherst, i. 237, 238 ;
their dynasty in Bassein, ii. 194; ruled
at Tha-tun, Pegu, and Martaban, over-
thrown by Anawrata, Emperor of Pagan,
iii. 174 ; their origin and numbers in
Lower Burma, iii. 182, 183 ; in Upper
Burma, iii. 212 ; Henzada, v. 386 ;
Rangoon, xi. 476, 477 ; Shwe-gyin,
xii. 431 ; Thon-gwa, xiii. 290.

Talaja, town in Bhaunagar State, Kathia-
war, xiii. 163.

Talakadu, ancient town in Mysore. See
Talkad.

Tala-Kaveri, source of the Kaveri (Cau-
very) river. See Tale-Kaveri.

Talamba, town and ruins in Punjab,
xiii. 163.

Talaparamba, town in Madras. See Tali-
paramba.

Talbehat, ancient town in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xiii. 164.

Talc, found in Alwar, i. 203 ; Assam, i.
347 ; Ganjam, v. 2 ; Mohanpur, ix.
474 ; Mysore District, x. 114 ; Sawant-
wari, xii. 296.

Talcher, petty State in Orissa, xiii. 164, 165.

Talchanda, canal in Bengal, xiii. 165.



Talegaon, town in Berar, xiii. 165.

Talegaon Dabhara, town in Bombay, xiii.
165, 166.

Talegaon Dhandhera, town in Bombay,
xiii. 166.

Tale - Kaveri, source of the Kaveri
(Cauvery) river, and place of pilgrim-
age, in Coorg, xiii. 166.

Tal^aon, town in Oudh, xiii. 166, 167.

Talikot, town in Bombay, xiii. 167 ;
battle of, and overthrow of the Vi-
jayanagar kingdom (1565), article
' India,' vi. 288.

Taliparamba, town in Madras, xiii. 167.

Talkad, taluk in Mysore. See Narsipur.

Talkad, ancient city in Mysore, xiii. 167,
168.

Tallacheri, port in Madras. See Telli-
cherri.

Taloda, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, xiii. 168.

Talodhi, village in Central Provinces, xiii.
168.

Talpur Mirs, The, of Sind, take Shikar-
pur (1824), xii. 389, 390; their history
in Sind, xii. 5 13-5 15 ; overthrow by
Sir C. Napier, xii. 515 ; defeated by
Shah Shuja at Sukkur (1833), xn i- 94 5
their rule in Thar and Parkar, xiii. 264.

Talsana, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.
168, 169.

Tdlukddrs, or great landlords of Oudh,
article 'India,' vi. 451, 452.

Tamarasseri, pass in Madras, xiii. 169.

Tamarinds, grown in Allahabad, i. 190 ;
Belgaum, ii. 231 : Bilaspur, ii. 445 ;
Broach, iii. 102, 115; Upper Burma,
iii. 210; Cambay, iii. 271; Cawnpur,
iii. 280 ; Chengalpat, iii. 380, 382 ;
Chhindwara, iii. 398 : Cuddapah, iv.
52 ; Dhaurahra, iv. 269 ; Elephanta,
iv. 341 ; Ellichpur, iv. 345 ; Godavari,
v. 123 ; Gwalior, v. 227 ; Haidarabad,
v. 244; Jaunpur, vii. 150; Kanhar-
gaon, vii. 432 ; Kankanhalli, vii. 433 ;
Karnul, viii. 35 ; Kolar, viii. 276 ;
Kwa, viii. 382 ; on the Lonar Lake,
viii. 489 ; Madras, ix. 30 ; Nagpur, x.
165 ; Narsinghpur, x. 217 ; Nellore,
x. 268 ; Oudh, x. 4S2 ; Pendra, xi.
132; Rampa, xi. 454; Rewa Kantha,
xii. 49 ; Salem, xii. 152; Shamsabad,
xu - 375; Sind, xii. 507, 520; Sitapur,
xiii. 30; Surat, xiii. 120; Tavoy, xiii.
232 ; Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 440 ;
"Wardha, xiii. 523 ; Wiin, xiii. 546.

Tambaur, town and pargand in Oudh,
xiii. 169.

Tamberacheri, pass in Madras. See
Tamarasseri.

Tambraparni, river in Madras, xiii. 169-
171 ; the Srivaikantham anicut, 170,
171.



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INDEX.



Tamil, the oldest and most influential
of the vernacular literatures of Southern
India, article ' India,' vi. 330 ; first
cultivation of Tamil by the sage
Agastya, 330, 331 ; Jain cycle of
Tamil literature from the 9th to the
13th century, 331 ; its great Pariah
poet and poetess (900 A.D.?), 331 ; the
Tamil Ramayana, 331 ; Sivaite and
Vishnuite Tamil hymnologies, 332;
the Sittar or anti-Brahmanical Tamil
poets of the 17th century, 332 ; modern
Tamil writers, 333 ; Beschi, the Jesuit
priest, 333 ; recent statistics of Tamil
literature, 333.

Tamluk, Sub-division in Bengal, xiii. 171.

Tamluk, ancient town in Bengal, xiii. 171-
173.

Tamracheri, pass in Madras. See Tamar-
asseri.

Tamranga, marsh in Assam, xiii. 173.

Tamrapurni, river in Madras. See Tam-
braparni.

Tanaji Malusra, his feat in taking Sinh-
garh (1670), xii. 544.

Tanakallu, village in Madras, xiii. 173.

Tanda, town and Sub-division in Sind.
See Tando Muhammad Khan.

Tanda, tahsil and pargand in Oudh, xiii.
174.

Tanda, town in Oudh, xiii. 174, 175.

Tanda, town in Punjab, xiii. 175.

Tanda Badridan, town in Rampur State,
N.-W. Provinces, xiii. 175.

Tandan, ancient town in Bengal, xiii.

I75> 176.
Tando, town and Sub-division in Sind.

See Tando Muhammad Khan.
Tando Adam, town in Sind. See Adam-

jo-Tando.
Tando Alahyar, town and taluk in Sind.

See Alahyar-jo-Tando.
Tando Bago, town and taluk in Sind,

xiii. 176.
Tando Ghulam Ali, town in Sind, xiii.

I76 ' I77< r • n •

Tando Lukman, town in Khairpur State,

Sind, xiii. 177.
Tando Masti Khan, town in Khairpur

State, Sind, xiii. 177.
Tando Muhammad Khan, Sub-division

in Sind, xiii. 177, 178 ; physical

aspects, 177; population, 177, 178;

crops, 178 ; trade and manufactures,

178; administration, 178.
Tando Muhammad Khan, town in Sind,

xiii. 178, 179.
Tangacheri, town in Madras. See Tang-

asseri.
Tangail, town in Bengal, xiii. 179.
Tangan, river in Bengal, xiii. 179.
Tangancherri, town in Madras. See

Tangasseri.



Tangasseri, town in Madras, xiii. 179,
180.

Tanglu, peak in Bengal, xiii. 180.

Tangra, town in Bengal. See Tandan.

Tangutur, town in Madras, xiii. 180.

Tanjore, District in Madras, xiii. 180-
194; physical aspects, 180, 181; his-
tory, 181 -183 ; population, 184-186 ;
urban and rural population, 186, 187 ;
agriculture, 187-189 ; irrigation, 189-
191 ; commerce, trade, and manufac-
tures, 191, 192; administration, 192,
193 ; education, 193 ; medical aspects,

193, 194-

Tanjore, taluk in Madras, xiii. 194.
Tanjore, city in Madras, ancient capital,

with temple, fort, and palace, xiii. 194-

196.
Tank, tahsil and estate in Punjab, xiii.

,196, 197-

Tank, town in Punjab, xiii. 198.
Tankari, seaport in Bombay, xiii. 198.
Tanks, artificial lakes and reservoirs,

Abhana, i. 3 ; Abiraman, i. 3 ; Aden,

i. 21-23; m Ajmere-Merwara, i. 118;

Alibagh, i. 166; Allur, i. 201 ; Alwar,

i. 207 ; Amjhera, i. 244 ; Amravati,

i. 253 ; Amroha, i. 266 ; Anantapur,

i. 280 ; Anantasagaram, i. 280 ; Appe-

cherla, i. 296 ; Ashti, i. 338 ; Auraiya,

i. 385 ; Ayyankere, i. 391 ; Baba

Budan, i. 403; Badrinath, i. 411 ;

Bagalkot, i. 413; Baldeva, ii. 11 ;

Balihri, ii. 13 ; Bangalore, ii. 69 ;

Baniachang, ii. 74; Barakila, ii. 120;

Baroda, ii. 171 ; Barwa Sagar, ii. 181 ;

Basim, ii. 188, 189; Batala, ii. 215;

Beria, ii. 326 ; Betmangala, ii. 327 ;

Bhandara, ii. 360 ; Bhopal, ii. 406 ;

Bihar, ii. 421 ; Bijapur, ii. 426 ;

Bikaner, ii. 443; Bisalpur, iii. 15;

in Bombay Presidency, iii. 44, 56 ;

Bomori, iii. 84 ; Brindaban, iii. 100 ;

Bukkacherla, iii. 129; Bukkapatnam,

iii. 129; Calicut, iii. 269; Chanda, iii.

355 '■> Charkhari, iii. 372 ; Charra, iii.

372 ; Chauragarh, iii. 377 ; Karun-

gali in Chengalpat, iii. 382, 385 ;

Comillah, iv. 25 ; Cumhum, iv. 57 ;

Damoh, iv. 1 14; Dankam, iv. 117;

Darbhangah, iv. 126 ; Dasuya, iv.

155; Datia, iv. 157; Debar, iv. 163;

Deolia, iv. 204 ; Derapur, iv. 229 ;

Dewas, iv. 237 ; Dhaldighi, iv. 238 ;

Dhamoni, iv. 240 ; Dharwar, iv. 257,

258 ; Dholka, iv. 272 ; Dipalpur, iv.

304; Dohad, iv. 311 ; Dongartal, iv.

314 ; Dubrajpur, iv. 318 ; Kanak Sagar

at Dugari, iv. 318; Dungarpur, iv.

323 ; Gandevi, iv. 463 ; Gangal, iv.

466 ; Gangrov, iv. 479 ; Garha, v. 12 ;

Garhbori, v. 14; Gaur, v. 38, 40;

Gawilgarh, v. 43 ; Gobardhan, v. 121 ;



INDEX.



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Godhra, v. 135 ; Gohana, v. 141 ;
Gonda, v. 156; Haidarabad, v. 243;
Hamirpur, v. 298; Hargam, v. 335;
Harnhalli, v. 341 ; Hasan Abdal, v.
342 ; Hasilpur, v. 344 ; Hathras, v.
355 ; Herat, v. 393 ; Hindoli, v. 415 ;
Hodal, v. 437, 438; Hongal, v. 440;
Hoskot, v. 459 ; Ichauli, v. 505 ;
Islamabad, vii. 26 ; Jabalpur, vii. 37 ;
Jagalur, vii. 41 ; Jagdalpur, vii. 41 ;
Jainagar, vii. 46 ; Jaipur, vii. 60 ;
Jaitpur, vii. 72 ; Jalna, vii. 107 ; Jam-
busar, vii. 122, 123; Jaswantnagar,
vii. 147 ; Jhalra Patan, vii. 203, 204 ;
Jhansi, vii. 216 ; Jhinjhuwara, vii.
'230 ; Jodhpur, vii. 246 ; Junona, vii.
265 ; Kabrai, vii. 266 ; Kadaba, vii.
268 ; Kadi, vii. 280 ; Kadur, vii. 282,
286 ; Kaimahra, vii. 296 ; Kairana,
vii. 308 ; Kaithal, vii. 309 ; Kalinjar,
vii. 333, 334, 335, 33& > Kamalapuram,
vii. 349 ; Kamthi, vii. 367 ; Kapad-
wanj, vii. 440; Karanja, vii. 467;
Karanja (Berar), vii. 468 ; Karwi, viii.
57 ; Kasipur, viii. 82 ; Katangi, viii.
86 ; Katra Medniganj, viii. 101 ;
Kaveripak, viii. 105 ; Kelod, viii. 11 1 ;
Kesariya, viii. 118 ; Khajuha, viii. 140;
Khamgaon, viii. 143 ; Khandwa, viii.
162 ; Khari, viii. 167 ; Khatmandu,
viii. 184; Khem Karn, viii. 188;
Khisor Hills, viii. 203 ; Khurja, viii.
212 ; Khutahan, viii. 214 ; Kolaba,
viii. 261 ; Kolar, viii. 272, 276 ; Kora,
viii. 295 ; Kotah, viii. 308 ; Kote-betta,
viii. 310, 311 ; Kuch Behar, viii. 328;
Kulpahar, viii. 334 ; Kunch, viii. 363 ;
Kunigal, viii. 366; Kurauli, viii. 371 ;
Kyaung-siin, viii. 390 ; Lalitpur, viii.
447 ; Lanji, viii. 461 ; Lehra, viii.
469 ; Lonauli, viii. 490 ; Loni, viii.
490; Maddur, viii. 539; Madnagarh,
viii. 544 ; Madras Presidency, ix. 42,
city, ix. 105, ill ; Madura District,
ix. 129, town, ix. 134 ; Magar, ix.
J36, 137; Mahoba, ix. 182, 183;
Mandal, ix. 287 ; Mandar Hills, ix.
292 ; Mangalagiri, ix. 312 ; Masar, ix.
351; Maudha, ix. 370; Mawana, ix.
376 ; Meerut, ix. 393 ; Merwara, ix.
415, 417 ; Mhaswad, ix. 420; Misrikh,
ix. 467 ; Mojarh, ix. 477 ; Molakal-
muru, ix. 478 ; Monghyr, ix. 490 ;
Moti-talao, ix. 521; Mudki, ix. 528;
Mu-dun, ix. 528 ; Muhammadpur, ix.
532 ; Mukerian, ix. 533 ; Muktsar, ix.
534 ; Multai, ix. 539 ; Muttra, x. 53 ;
Mysore, x. 91 ; Nadol, x. 142 ; Nag-
pur, x. 174; Nainwah, x. 178; Nandi-
drug, x. 192 ; Narnala, x. 213 ; Nawa-
gaon, x. 250 ; Nellore, x. 273 ; Nim-
khar, x. 336 ; Noakhali, x. 339 ;
Orchha, x. 424 ; Pandaul, xi. 35 ;



Pandrinton, xi. 3S, 39 ; Partabgarh,
xi. 76 ; Pasrur, xi. 80 ; Patna, xi.
no; Phaphiind, xi. 166; Pokaran, xi.

195 ; Polur, xi. 197 ; Pudukattai, xi.
237 ; Punasa, xi. 242 ; Pundri, xi.
242 ; Pusad, xi. 335 ; Raiganj, xi.
362 ; Raipur, xi. 367, 377 ; Rajapur,
xi. 385 ; Rajgarh, xi. 3S7 ; Rajputana,
xi. 400 ; Ramkot, xi. 450 ; Ramnad,
xi. 451 ; Ramnagar, xi. 452 ; Ramtek,
xi. 466 ; Rangoon, xi. 483, 484 ; Rang-
pur, xi. 502 ; Ratanpur, xi. 517; Rath,
xi. 518; Rayalcheruvu, xii. 40; Re-
\vari, xii. 56; Risod, xii. 57; Rohisa,
xii. 63 ; Rohtak, xii. 69 ; Rupbas, xii.
83 ; Rupgarh, xii. 83 ; the Chem-
brakam, xii. 139, 140 ; Saifganj, xii.
141 ; Salumbar, xii. 172 ; Sangam, xii.
175; Sankarnainarkoil, xii. 222; San-
kisa, xii. 224; Sarvepalli, xii. 271;
Sarwan, xii. 272 ; Sasseram, xii. 272 ;
Satara, xii. 281 ; Saurath, xii. 292 ;
Savali, xii. 292 ; Sayla, xii. 299 ;
Secunderabad, xii. 302 ; Senhati, xii.
307 ; Seoni, xii. 315 ; Seoniband, xii.
316; Shekohpura, xii. 378; Shikar-
pur, xii. 395 ; Shimoga, xii. 404 ;
Shioner, xii. 410 ; Sholapur, xii. 416 ;
Sibsagar, xii. 461, 472 ; Sihora, xii.
477 ; Simraon, xii. 501 ; Sindewahi,
xii. 525 ; Sindkher, xii. 527 ; Singh-
bhum, xii. 531 ; Sinjhauli Shahzadpur,
xii. 544 ; Sitakund, xiii. 25 ; Sohna,
xiii. 48 ; Somnath, xiii. 50 ; Songri,
xiii. 61 ; Srinagar, xiii. 78 ; Subeha,
xiii. 86 ; Sudharam, xiii. 87 ; Sulekere,
xiii. 95; Surat, xiii. 119; on the
Takht-i-Sulaiman, xiii. 161 ; Talbehat,
xiii. 164 ; Taragarh, xiii. 164 ; Tarn
Taran, xiii. 215 ; Tepagarh, xiii. 242 ;
Than, xiii. 248, 249 ; Thana, xiii. 250,
258 ; Thaneswar, xiii. 260 ; Thulendi,
xiii. 293 ; Tirupatur, xiii. 327 ; Tirwa,
xiii. 330 ; Tonniir, xiii. 338 ; Tosham,
x i'i- 339, 34° ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 364 ;
Tripunathorai, xiii. 367 ; Tiimkur,
xiii. 379 ; Tumsar, xiii. 382 ; Turai-
yur, xiii. 384 ; Tyamgondal, xiii. 399 ;
Udaipur, xiii. 401 ; Udai Sagar, xiii.
409 ; Old Udaipur, xiii. 413 ; Umar-
kot, xiii. 420; Umarpur, xiii. 421;
Umrer, xiii. 423 ; Utakamand, xiii.
453 ; Utal, xiii. 454 ; Utraula, xiii.
458 ; Vadatur Valiyur, xiii. 460 ;
Vehar, xiii. 465, 466 ; Vizianagram,
xiii. 503 ; Vuntimetta, xiii. 503 ;
Vutukur, xiii. 503 ; Warora, xiii. 531 ;
Wiin, xiii. 546.

Tanna, District in Bombay. See Thana.

Tanna, old fort near Calcutta, xiii. 198.

Tanning. See Leather.

Tantia Topi, mutineer general, passed
through Rohilkband into Oudh (1858),



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iii. 119 ; defeated by General Parke at
Chhota Udaipur, iii. 405 ; defeated at
Dausa, iv. 161 ; approached Gwalior
(June 1858), when Sindia had to escape,
v. 233 ; reached the Satpura Hills, but
could not break into Berar, v. 265 ;
crossed the Hoshangabad valley, v.
444; in Jalaun District (Oct. 1857-
May 1858), vii. 96 ; burnt Kandwa
viii. 162 ; ravaged Nimar, x. 331.

Tantrik, sect of Siva worshippers, article
' India,' vi. 214.

Tanuku, town and tdhik in Madras, xiii.
198, 199.

Tanur, seaport in Madras, xiii. 199.

Tapasi, coal-mine in Bengal, xiii. 199.

Tappa, petty State in Central India, xiii.

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Tappa Asl, pargand in Oudh, xiii. 199.
Tappal, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

200.
Tapti, great river of W. India, xiii. 200-

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Tapti, lighthouse in Bombay, xiii. 205.

Ta-pun, town and township in Burma,
xiii. 205.

Tara. See Kankrej.

Tarabganj, tahsil'm Oudh, xiii. 205, 206.

Tarachand, native Christian teacher at
Bansbaria, ii. 98.

Taragarh, hill fort in Rajputana, xiii.
206.

Taragarh, hill fort in Punjab, xiii. 206.

Tarahwan. See Karwi.

Tarahwan, ancient town in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xiii. 206, 207.

Tarai, District in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.
207-211 ; physical aspects, 207, 208;
history, 208 ; population, 208, 209 ;
agriculture, 209, 210 ; manufactures,
etc., 210; revenue, 210, 211 ; climate
211.

Tarai, Sub-division in Bengal, xiii. 211.

Tarakeswar, village and temple in Ben-
gal, xiii. 211, 212.

Taran Taran. See Tarn Taran.

Taraon, petty State in Bundelkhand,
xiii. 212.

Tarapur, town in Cambay, Bombay, xiii.
212.

Tarapur, port in Bombay, xiii. 212.

Tarapur, customs division in Bombay,
xiii. 213.

Tarbela, town in Punjab, xiii. 213.

Tarenga, village in Central Provinces,
xiii. 213.

Targaon, town in Oudh, xiii. 213.

Tan, village in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.
213.

Tari Baragaon, village in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xiii. 213.

Tarikere, old town and taluk in Mysore,
xiii. 213, 214.



Tarins, wandering tribe in Pishin, xi.
189.

Tarkhan, dynasty in Sind (1554-92), xii.
510.

Tarleton, Commander, took Pegu, xi.
128 ; and Prome, xi. 236.

Tarn Taran, sacred town and tahsil in
Punjab, xiii. 214, 215.

Taroba, lake in Central Provinces, xiii.
215.

Taroch, Hill State in Punjab, xiii. 216.

Taroli, village in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.
216.

Tartar overthrow of Greek conquests in
Bactria, article 'India,' vi. 175. See
also Scythic invasions.

Tasar or jungle silkworm, article ' India,'
vi. 34 ; 513, 514. Local notices —
Found in Bamra, ii. 41 ; Bankura, ii.
78 ; Bard wan, ii. 127 ; Bhagalpur, ii.
344 ; Bilaspur, ii. 451 ; Bonai, iii. 85 ;
Borasambar, iii. 89 ; Chanda, iii. 349 ;
Cuttack, iv. 65 ; Gangpur, iv. 478 ;
Gaya, v. 44 ; Haidarabad, v. 245 ;
Jabalpur, vii. 33 ; Jashpur, vii. 145 ;
Kasiari, viii. 79 ; Korba, viii. 296 ;
Lakhimpur, viii. 427 ; Lohardaga, viii.
476 ; Midnapur, ix. 425 ; Murshid-
abad, x. 22 ; Puri, xi. 301 ; RaiBareli,
xi. 353 ; Raigarh, xi. 362 ; Sambalpur,
xii. 184 ; Santal Parganas, xii. 227 ;
Singhbhiim, xii. 537, 539 ; Wardha,
xiii. 526.

Tasar silk, woven at Armori, i. 331 ;
Bhagalpur, ii. 350 ; Birbhum, iii. 9 ;
Champanagar, iii. 333 ; Chanda, iii.
354 ; Chandrapur, iii. 365 ; Dabha, iv.
76 ; Gaya, v. 50 ; Kasiari, viii. 79 ;
Manbhum, ix. 284 ; Mau Natbhanjan,
ix. 373 ; Narsinghpur, x. 222 ; Rai-
garh, xi. 362 ; Rohri, xii. 68 ; Sambal-
pur, xii. 183 ; Sarangarh, xii. 260 ;
Singhbhum, xii. 539 ; Satgachhia in
the Twenty-four Parganas, xiii. 397.

Tasgaon, town and Sub-division in Bom-
bay, xiii. 216, 217.

Tassy, Garcin de, Histoire de la Lit-
teratare Hindouie et Hindoustanie,
quoted, article 'India,' vi. 343, and
footnote I.

Tatiparthi, hill pass in Madras, xiii. 217.

Tatta, tdhtk in Sind, xiii. 217.

Tatta, historic town in Sind, xiii. 217,
219.

Tattamangalam, town in Madras, xiii.
219.

Taung-bek-myo, township in Burma,
xiii. 219, 220.

Taung-gup, village and river in Burma,
xiii. 220.

Taung-laung-su, village in Burma, xiii.
220.

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xiii. 220-226 ; physical aspects, 220,
221; history, 221-223; population,
223, 224 ; agriculture, 224, 225 ; com-
merce, etc., 225 ; administration, 226 ;
medical aspects, 226.

Taung-ngu, township in Burma, xiii. 226.

Taung-ngu, town and cantonment in
Burma, xiii. 226, 227.

Tavernier's description of Burhanpur in
1658, iii. 163 ; of Dacca, iv. 81 ; of
Goa, v. 103 ; of the Kistna diamond
mines, viii. 227.

Tavi, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii. 227

Tavli, town in Baroda, xiii. 227.

Tavora, Marquis de, defeated the Mara-
thas (1750), and took Piro, v. 104.

Tavoy, District in Lower Burma, xiii.
227-234 ; physical aspects, 227, 228 ;
history, 229, 230 ; population, 230,
231 ; agriculture, 231, 232 ; commerce,
etc., 232, 233 ; administration, 233 ;
climate, etc., 233, 234. _

Tavoy, town and seaport in Burma, xiii.

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Tavoy, river in Burma, xiii. 234, 235.

Tavoy, island off Burma, xiii. 235.

Tawa, river in the Central Provinces,
xiii. 235.

Taxation of India under the Mughal
Emperors (1593-1761), article ' India,'
vi. 299 ; taxation under the Mughals
and the British, 463, 464 ; taxation
in Native States, 464 ; incidence
of taxation in British India, 464,
465. See also Finances and Revenue
system.

Taxila, ancient town in Rawal Pindi



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