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District, Punjab, the home of the
Takkas, identified with the ruins of
Deri Shahan, article 'India,' vi. 164
(footnote 2), 184 ; xii. 235. See also
Deri Shahan.

Tayler, Mr., Commissioner of Patna, his
behaviour during the Mutiny, xi. 96,
97 ; sent fifty Sikhs for the defence of
Arrah, xii. 328.

Taylor, Brigadier-General, commanded in
the Parla Kimedi campaign (1834,
1835), and in Gumsur (1835-37), v. 4,
xi. 64.

Taylor, Dr., quoted, on the fort of
Durduria, iv. 326 ; on the troops
furnished by the Herat Province, v.

39i-

Taylor, Col. Meadows, quoted, on the
fort of Naldrug, x. 182-184 ; on Penu-
konda, xi. 135 ; his administration of
Shorapur State (1842-53), xii. 423.

Taylor, Major-General R. G., his ad-
ministration of the Bannu valley, ii.
92.

Tea cultivation and manufacture, article
1 India,' vi. 504-509 ; indigenous to
VOL. XIV.



Assam, 504 ; early experiments and
failures, 504, 505 ; rapid progress of
the industry, 505 ; statistics of out-
turn, 505-507 ; varieties of the plant,

508 ; the work of a tea-garden, 508,

509 ; export of tea, 575. Local
notices — The Andaman Islands, i.
286 ; Anjinad, i. 292 ; Assam, i.
364-366 ; Bengal, ii. 271, 304 ; Upper
Burma, iii. 210 ; Cachar, iii. 233 ;
Chikalda, iii. 408 ; Chittagong, iii.
439, 441 ; Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii.
451 ; Coonoor, iv. 28; Dalingkot, iv.
98 ; Darjiling, iv. 129, 135, 136 ; Dar-
rang, iv. 146, 148 ; Dehra Dun, iv.
174, 175 ; Western Dwars, iv. 335 ;
Garhwal, v. 21, 22; Goalpara, v. 117 ;
Hawalbagh, v. 359 ; Hazaribagh, v.
379 ; Ita Hills, vii. 27 ; Jalpaiguri,
vii. 114, 115 ; Jorhat, vii. 248 ; Kaiti,
vii. 310 ; Kamakhya Hills, vii. 349 ;
Kamrup, vii. 354, 362, 363 ; Kangra,
vii. 424 ; Khasi Hills, viii. 177 ; Kota-
giri, viii. 303 ; Kulu, viii. 343 ;
Kumaun, viii. 354, 355 ; Lakhimpur,
viii. 435, 438 ; Lakhipur, viii. 440 ;
Lohaghat, viii. 474 ; Lohardaga, viii.
483 ; Madras, ix. 32, 85, 86 ; Mahudi
Hill, ix. 185; Malabar, ix. 231; the
Melghat, ix. 403 ; Monierkhal, ix. 491 ;
Nigriting, x. 300 ; Nilgiri Hills, x.
313-316; Noarband, x. 353; N.-YY.
Provinces, x. 377-379 ; Nowgong, x.
406, 411, 413; Ochterlony valley,
x. 421 ; Palampur, x. 535 ; Punjab,
xi. 278 ; Rangamati (Assam), xi. 470 ;
on the Saffrai river, xii. 99 ; Salem
taluk, xii. 166 ; Shevaroy Hills, xii.
383 ; Sibsagar, xii. 459, 467, 469 ;
Sonapur, xiii. 58; Sylhet, xiii. 154;
Taung-ngu, xiii. 225 ; Tavoy, xiii. 231 ;
Travancore, xiii. 349.

Tea-boxes, made in Cachar, iii. 237.

Teak forests, article ' India,' vi. 39 ; 42.
Local notices — Ahiri, i. 82; Airi, i.
ill ; Akyab, i. 150 ; Amherst, i. 233,
234, 240 ; Anamalai Hills, i. 270 ;
Arakan Hill Tracts, i. 299 ; Baba
Budan, i. 402 ; Banda, ii. 51 ; Barela,
ii. 147 ; Basim, ii. 183 ; Belgaum, ii.
232 ; Betul, ii. 329 ; Bijji, ii. 427 ;
Biligiri-rangan, ii. 457 ; Bison Range,
iii. 17 ; Bombay, iii. 45 ; Buldana, iii.
143 ; Bumawadi, iii. 149 ; Lower
Burma, iii. 200, 202, 203 ; Upper
Burma, iii. 210; Chanda, iii. 349;
Chhindwara, iii. 398 ; Chichgarh, iii.
408 ; Chintalnar, iii. 419 ; Jogimath,
near Chitaldrug, iii. 425 ; Cochin, iv.
2 ; Coimbatore, iv. 15 ; Coorg, iv. 32 ;
Daman, iv. 102 ; the Dangs, iv. 115 ;
Dapoli, iv. 121 ; on the banks of
the Dattaw, iv. 157; Deori, iv.
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INDEX.



205 ; Dharampur, iv. 249 ; Garhakota
Ramna, v. 14 ; Western Ghats, v. 59 ;
Godavari, v. 122 ; Gyaing Attaran, v.
237 ; Berar, v. 260 ; Haliyal, v. 296 ;

Hathibari, v. 353 ; Henzada, v. 384 ;

Hoshangabad, v. 442, 443 ; Hosur, v.
460 ; Hpaung-lin, v. 466 ; Hpyu, v.

466 ; Indore, vii. 2 ; Jamner, via. 130 ;
Jawadi Hills, vii. 162 ; Jhabua, vii.

194; Jhansi, vii. 217; Kadur, vii.

283 ; Kalwan, vii. 345 ; Kamrup, vii.

355 ; North Kanara, vii. 369 ; South

Kanara, vii. 377; Karjat, viii. II ;

Karnul, viii. 35 ; Karond, viii. 46 ;

Katangi, viii. 86 ; Kiggat-nad, viii.

216 ; Kolaba, viii. 261 ; the Konkan,

viii. 291 ; Kotapalli, viii. 309 ; Kuch-

mala Hill, viii. 328 ; Kulsi, viii. 335 ;

Lakvalli, viii. 444 ; Lohara, viii. 474 ;

Madras, ix. 7, 83, 84 ; Mahagaon, ix.

155; Malabar, ix. 219, 229; Mal-

kangiri, ix. 258 ; Manipur, ix. 325 ;

the Melghat, ix. 402 ; Mergui, ix. 407 ;

Merkara, ix. 413 ; Miil Hills, ix. 535 ;

Mysore, x. 114; Nalkeri, x. 184;

Nallamalai Hills, x. 185 ; Nanjaraj-

patna, x. 197 ; Nasik, x. 228 ; Nellore,

x. 267 ; Nilambur, x. 301 ; Nilgiri

Hills, x. 305, 323 ; Nimar, x. 328 ;

Nirmal, x. 338 ; Pachamalai Hills, x.

521 ; Pa-daung, x. 523 ; Palkonda

Hills, xi. 11 ; Palni Mountains, xi. 19;

Panabaras, xi. 24 ; Pawi Mulanda, xi.

123 ; Prome, xi. 226 ; Raipur, xi.

368 ; Rajpipla, xi. 391 ; Rangi, xi.

471 ; Rangoon, xi. 473 ; Ratnagiri,

xii. 3 ; Rewa, xii. 46 ; Rewa Kantha,

xii. 49 ; Sagar, xii. 101 ; San-ywe, xii.

247 ; Saoligarh, xii. 247 ; Satara, xii.

277 ; Satpura, xii. 289 ; Sawantwari,

xii. 296 ; Seoni, xii. 309 ; Shevaroy

Hills, xii. 383 ; Shwe-gyin, xii. 430 ;

Sirsi, xiii. 21; Sunkam, xiii. 114;

Supa, xiii. 116; Surat, xiii. 120; Sur-

gana, xiii. 116 ; on the Swa, xiii. 142 ;

Sylhet, xiii. 145 ; Taung-ngu, xiii.

221 ; Tharawadi, xiii. 272 ; Thayet-

myo, xiii. 279 ; Travancore, xiii. 344,

345 ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 355 ; Wada,

xiii. 504; Wainad, xiii. 510; Wardha,

xiii. 523 ; Wiin, xiii. 539.
Teesta, river of N. Bengal. See Tista.
Teg Bakht Khan, Governor of Surat,

made himself independent (1733), and

founded a dynasty, xiii. 123.
Tegnapatam (Fort St. David) East

India Factory, established at (1686-92),

article ' India,' vi. 371.
Tegur, village in Bombay, xiii. 235.
Tehri. See Orchha.
Tehri, capital of Orchha State in Bundel-

khand, xiii. 236.
Tehri Garhwal. See Garhwal.



Tej Singh, Sikh general, defeated at
Firozshah and Sobraon, v. 209.

Tekalkota, village and fort in Madras,
xiii. 236.

Tekkali, taluk and estate in Madras, xiii.
236. See also Raghunathpuram.

Telangas, wandering gipsy race in Rang-
pur, xi. 493.

Telgaon-Kamthi, village in Central Pro-
vinces, xiii. 236.

Teliagarhi, hill pass in Bengal, xiii. 236.

Telinga, ancient kingdom of S. India,
xiii. 237. See also Andhra.

Telingas, The, or Telugu-speaking people
in Ghatkul, v. 57 ; Haidarabad State,
v. 247 ; Kotapalli, viii. 309 ; Puri, xi.
304-

Telis, or oil-pressers, in the Central Pro-
vinces, have become Kabirpanthis, iii.

3I5 '
Tellicherri, historic town and seaport in

Madras, xiii. 237, 238.

Temperature of various meteorological
stations in India, article ' India,' vi.
647-649. See also Meteorology of
India, Meteorological statistics, and
section Climate or Medical aspects in
each District article.

Temple, Sir R., Minute on the balance of
Indian trade, article 'India,' vi. 581-
583. Local notices — Lieut. -Governor of
Bengal (1874-77), ii. 279, quoted, on
the tanks of Bhandara, ii. 360 ; on the
lakes of the Central Provinces, iii.
299 ; Chief Commissioner of the
Central Provinces (1864-67), iii. 320;
quoted, on the return of emigrants
from Nagpur to Berar, v. 265 ; recom-
mended the recognition of the hill
chiefs of Hoshangabad as tdlukdihs, v.
446 ; laid foundation stone of the water-
works at Karachi (1880), vii. 460 ; his
visit to Sambalpur (1863), xii. 181 ;
quoted, on the storm of 1876 in
Sandwip Island, xii. 213.

Temples, Hindu, worthy of notice,
Achenkoil, i. 12 ; Addanki, i. 13 ;
Old Agartala, i. 58 ; Agashi, i. 58 ;
Ahiyari, i. 82 ; Aihar, i. in; Ahoba-
lam, i. no; Ajapal, near Ajmere, i.
119 ; Ajodhya, i. 135 ; Alagar Hill, i.
161 ; Allahabad, i. 198 ; Alwar, i.
206 ; Amarkantak, i. 210 ; Amarnath,
i. 210, 211 ; Ambasamudram, i. 226 ;
Amber, i. 229 ; Amner, i. 245 ; Am-
raoti, i. 251 ; in Anantapur, i. 273,
274 ; Andipatti, i. 288 ; Angadipuram,
i. 289 ; Anjangaon, i. 290 ; Anjar, i.
291 ; Ankola, i. 293 ; Annamarazpet,
i. 293 ; Antravedi, i. 294 ; Anwa, i.
295 ; Appekondu, i. 296 ; Ariankavu,
i. 329 ; Ariapad, i. 329, 330 ; Ami, i.
332 ; Arsikere, i. 335 ; Asiwan, i. 340 ;



INDEX.



323



Athirala, i. 377 ; Atranji Khera, i.
380 ; Bachireddipalem, i. 406 ; Bad-
rinath, i. 410, 41 1 ; Bahuleshwar, i.
436 ; Bakeswar, i. 449 ; Baksar, i.
450; Baldeva, ii. II ; Balighatiam, ii.
13 ; Balrampur, ii. 26 ; Banavasi, ii.
45 ; Banganga, ii. 72 ; Bansbaria, ii.
98; Barabar Hills, ii. 115 ; Bardvvan,
ii. 130; Baroda, ii. 172; Barsana, ii.
176; Barur, ii. 178; Basim, ii. 189;
Basinakonda, ii. 189 ; Bastar, ii. 206 ;
Bechraji, ii. 222 ; Begamabad, ii. 223 ;
Behti Kalan, ii. 229 ; Belur, ii. 252 ;
Benares, ii. 265 ; Bettadpur, ii. 327 ;
Beyt, ii. 336 ; Bhadrachalam, ii. 339 ;
Bhagamandal, ii. 353 ; Bhairoghati, ii.
356 ; Bhatala, ii. 376 ; Bhavani, ii.
383 ; Bheraghat, ii. 386 ; Bhilsa, ii.
393 ; Bhimaveram, ii. 396 ; Bhim
Ghora, ii. 397 ; Bhisi, ii. 399 ; Bhuv-
aneswar, ii. 417, 418 ; Bijbharu, ii.
426 ; Biligiri-rangan, ii. 457 ; Bishan-
pur Narhan Khas, iii. 16 ; Bodhan, iii.
23 ; Brindaban, iii. 100 ; Broach, iii.
115; Budhata, iii. 128; Bundi, iii.
160; Calcutta, iii. 251 ; Champaner,
iii. 333 ; Chamrajnagar, iii. 345 ;
Chamrauli, iii. 345 ; Chamundibetta,
iii. 345 ; Chanda, iii. 356 ; Chandod,
iii. 360 ; Chanraypatna, iii. 369 ; Chel-
lakere, iii. 379 ; Chhipia, iii. 403 ;
Chilambaram, iii. 413, 414 ; Chint-
purni, iii. 420 ; Chitarkot, iii. 429,
430 ; Chopra, iii. 457 ; Chutia, iii.
461 ; Coimbatore, iv. 22 ; Comba-
conum, iv. 24 ; Conjevaram, iv. 26 ;
Dakhineswar, iv. 96 ; Dalmau, iv. 100 ;
in Damoh, iv. 112 ; in Danta, iv. 118 ;
Dantewara, iv. 118; Daudnagar, iv.
158; Debi Patan, iv. 164 ; Dehra, iv.
168 ; Deo, iv. 198 ; Deoband, iv. 199 ;
Deogarh, iv. 201, 202 ; Deolia, iv.
204 ; Deonthal, iv. 204 ; Deoprayag,
iv. 204 ; Deori, iv. 205 ; Devaray-
durga, iv. 232 ; Devjagam, iv. 234 ;
Dewalwara, iv. 235 ; Dewas, iv. 237 ;
Dharapuram, iv. 251 ; Dharvvar, iv.
267 ; Dholpur, iv. 278 ; Dilwara, iv.
289 ; Dubrajpur, iv. 318 ; Dwarka, iv.
327 ; Etawah, iv. 379 ; Gangal, iv.
466 ; Gangawali, iv. 466 ; Gangotri,
iv. 477 ; Garhmukhtesar, v. 16 ;
Gauhati, v. 35 ; Ghatampur, v. 57 ;
Ghaziabad, v. 61 ; Gobardhan, v. 121 ;
Gogunda, v. 140 ; Gokarn, v. 142 ;
Gopalswami-betta, v. 162 ; Gumgaon,
v. 198 ; Guruvayur, v. 225 ; Hajo, v.
292 ; Halebid, v. 295 ; Hampi, v. 308 ;
Hango, v. 310 ; Hardwar, v. 331 ;
Harihar, v. 338 ; Hiremagalur, v. 423 ;
Hodal, v. 438 ; Hospet, v. 459 ;
Ikkeri, v. 508 ; Jaintiapur, vii. 50 ;
Jaitpur, vii. 71; Jajmau, vii. 72;



Jalpesh, vii. 118 ; Jambukeswaram, vii.
120, 121 ; Jamner, vii. 131 ; Jaswant-
nagar, vii. 147 ; Jawalamukhi, vii.
162 ; Jessor, vii. 192 ; Jodhpur, vii.
246 ; Jogi-ghopa, vii. 247 ; Joshinath,
vii. 248 ; Kadiri, vii. 281 ; Kalahasti,
vii. 321, 322; Kalasa, vii. 323; Kali-
ghat, vii. 326 ; Kalrayan Hills, vii.
343; Kalsubai, vii. 344; Kamakhya,
vii. 349 ; Kanera, vii. 407 ; Kangra,
vii. 430 ; Kankanhalli, vii. 434 ; Kan-
khal, vii. 434 ; Kankraoli, vii. 435 ;
Kapadvvanj, vii. 440; Karaimadai, vii.
462 ; Karakal, vii. 463 ; Karonbas,
vii. 465 ; Karanja (Berar), vii. 468 ;
Karauli, vii. 475 ; Karnagarh, viii.
17, 18 ; Karnprayag, viii. 32 ; Karur,
viii. 52 ; Karwi, viii. 57 ; Kasipur, viii.
82 ; Katol, viii. 100 ; Kedarnath, viii.
109; Keladi, viii. no; Kera, viii.
116; Keslabori, viii. 118; Khajuha,
viii. 140 ; Khajurahu, viii. 140 ; Kha-
lari, viii. 141 ; Khambhalia, viii. 142 ;
Khandwa, viii. 162 ; Kharaila, viii.
165 ; Khatmandu, viii. 183, 184 ;
Khed, viii. 187 ; Kheralu, viii. 189 ;
Kiching, viii. 215 ; Kirnapur, viii. 221 ;
Kishangarh, viii. 223 ; Kolhapur, viii.
285 ; Kopilas, viii. 294 ; Kotappa-
konda, viii. 309; Kotar, viii. 310;
Kurai, viii. 367, 368 ; Kurugodu, viii.
374; Lanji, viii. 461; Lohardaga,
viii. 482 ; Machhligaon, viii. 533 ;
Madaria, viii. 538 ; Madgiri, viii.
540 ; Madhapur, viii. 541 ; Madhyar-
junam, viii. 544; Madura, ix. 133;
Mahaban, ix. 151, 152 ; Mahasu, ix.
168; Mahavinyaka, ix. 170; Mahoba,
ix. 183 ; Malinagar, ix. 258 ; Malot,
ix. 263 ; Malur, ix. 266 ; Mandhata,
ix. 294 ; Mannargudi, ix. 338 ; Mar-
kandi, ix. 347 ; Mawana, ix. 376 ;
Melukote, ix. 404 ; Merkara, ix. 414 ;
Misrikh, ix. 467 ; Mohanlalganj, ix.
473 ; Mohgaon, ix. 474 ; Mohne, ix.
476 ; Mulbagal, ix. 537 ; Mull, ix.
538 ; Muttra, x. 54 ; Muzaffarpur, x.
83,84; Nachiarkovil, x. 128; Nadaun,
x. 128; Nagpur, x. 174; Nalatvvar, x.
182; Nallamalai Hills, x. 186; Nandi,
x. 190 ; Xanguneri, x. 196 ; Nanjan-
gad, x. 196 ; Naraina, x. 201 ; Nare-
gal, x. 211; Narsingha, x. 215;
Narsinghpur, x. 224 ; Narsipur, x. 226 ;
Nasik, x. 236 ; Nathdwara, x. 240 ;
Xeri, x. 291 ; Ximkhar, x. 336 ; Xir-
gunda, x. 337 ; Oel, x. 421 ; Puri in
Orissa, x. 447, 448, xi. 316, 317 ;
Pachmarhi, x. 522 ; Padmanabham, x.
525 ; Paithan, x. 530 ; Panahat, xi.
25 ; Pandharpur, xi. 37 ; Pandrinton,
xi. 38, 39; Panna, xi. 51 ; Papanas-
ham, xi. 53 ; Parnasala, xi. 65 ; Par-



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INDEX.



seoni, xi. 67 ; Keshorai Patan, xi. 82,
83 ; Patan in Nepal, xi. 83 ; Pauni, xi.
120; Penukonda, xi. 135; Perur, xi.
141 ; Phaljar, xi. 164 ; Pimpalgaon
Raja, xi. 180; Pinjar, xi. 184; Prak-
asha, xi. 223 ; Pukhra, xi. 239 ; Pur-
andhar, xi. 297 ; Pusad, xi. 335 ;
Pushkar, xi. 335 ; Raidrug, xi. 361 ;
Raipur, xi. 377; Rajapur, xi. 386;
Rajim, xi. 388 ; Rameswaram, xi.
443-445 ; Ramtek, xi. 466, 467 ; In-
gara in Rangi, xi. 471 ; Rangpur
(Assam), xi. 502; Rasan, xi. 513 ;
Rattihalli, xii. 14 ; Rayachoti, xii. 40 ;
Remuna, xii. 43 ; Ritpur, xii. 58 ;
Rohtasgarh, xii. 78 ; Rojhi, xii. 79 ;
Ron, xii. 79 ; Rudra Prayag, xii. 81 ;
Rupnath, xii. 85 ; Sadabad, xii. 91 ;
Sakit, xii. 146; Sambalpur, xii. 185,
186 ; of Kamaraswami in Sandiir,
xii. 208, 209 ; Sankeswar, xii. 222 ;
Sankisa, xii. 223, 224 ; Sarahan, xii.
249 ; Sarwan, xii. 272 ; Savali, xii.
292 ; Sayla, xii. 299 ; Senhati, xii.
307 ; Seori Narayan, xii. 317 ; Shibi,
xii. 385 ; Shikarpur, xii. 396 ; Shing-
napur, xii. 406 ; Sholinghar, xii. 423 ;
Sialkot, xii. 451 ; Siddhaur, xii. 473 ;
Siddheswar, xii. 474; Sihonda, xii.
476 ; Sindkher, xii. 527 ; Singeswar-
than, xii. 541 ; Sinhachalam, xii. 543 ;
Sinnar, xii. 545 ; Sirakot, xii. _ 550 ;
Sitamarhi, xiii. 26 ; Sitapur, xiii. 39 ;
Sivaganga, xiii. 41 ; Somnath, xiii. 50 ;
Somnathpur, xiii. 51 ; Soron, xiii. 67 ;
Srinagar (N.-W. Provinces), xiii. 78;
Sringeri, xiii. 79 ; Srirangam, xiii. 80,
81 ; Srivaikuntham, xiii. 82 ; Sultan-
ganj, xiii. 95; Surat, xiii. 135; in
Sylhet, xiii. 149 ; Tadpatri, xiii. 160 ;
Tale-kaveri, xiii. 166 ; Taliparamba,
xiii. 167 ; Talkad, xiii. 168 ; Talsana,
xiii. 169; Tamluk, xiii. 172, 173;
Tanjore, xiii. 195, 196 ; # Tarahwan,
xiii. 207 ; Tarakeswar, xiii. 21 1, 212 ;
Taroli, xiii. 216; Tawa, xiii. 235;
Tehri, xiii. 236 ; Tekalkota, xiii. 236 ;
Tenkasi, xiii. 242 ; Than, xiii. 248 ;
Thana Bhawan, xiii. 259 ; Tikri, xiii.
295; Tinnevelli, xiii. 312; Tirkan-
ambi, xiii. 322 ; Tiruchendiir, xiii.
323; Tiruchengod, xiii. 324 ; Tirupati,
xiii. 325, 326 ; Tirutani, xiiL 327;
Tiruvahir, xiii. 328 ; Tiruvannamalai,
xiii. 329 ; Tiruvattur, xiii. 329 ; Tirwa,
xiii. 330 ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 364;
Trichur, xiii. 365 ; Trivandrum, xiii.
368; Tukreswari Hill, xiii. 371, 372;
Udaipur, xiii. 410; Eklingi, xiii. 411 ;
Old Udaipur, xiii. 413 ; Udipa, xiii.
416 ; Umananda, xiii. 419 ; Umarkher,
xiii. 420 ; Upmaka, xiii. 438 ; Uttur,
xiii. 459 ; Vellore, xiii. 469 ; Vempalli,



xiii. 469 ; Viruddhachalam, xiii. 480 ;
Vontimitta, xiii. 503 ; Waigaon, xiii.
510; Wairagarh, xiii. 513; Wun, xiii.
546 ; Yadiki, xiii. 547 ; Yedator, xiii.
550 ; Yelandur, xiii. 552. See also
Cave and Rock Temples.
Temples, Ruined, Hindu, Arang, i. 306 ;
Belagavi, ii. 230 ; Bhadreswar, ii. 340 ;
Baroli, near Bhainsror, ii. 356; Chain-
pur, iii. 324 ; Chitor, iii. 431 ; Dalmi,
iv. 100 ; Debi Patan, iv. 164 ; Gang-
aikandapur, iv. 465 ; Gingi, v. 82 ;
Gundlupet, v. 203 ; Halebid, v. 295 ;
Harnhalli, v. 341 ; Hasan Abdal, v.
342 ; Hundah, near Hingoli, v. 422 ;
Jajpur, vii. 73 ; Juba, vii. 253 ; Kabrai,
vii. 266 ; Kachola, vii. 278 ; Kafirkot,
vii. 292 ; Kaidala, vii. 295 ; Kalinjar,
vii. 336 ; Kamalapusam, vii. 349 ;
Kaman, vii. 350, 351 ; Kanarak, vii.
384, 385 ; Kakar in Kankrej, vii. 435 ;
Katas, viii. 87 ; Khajurahu, viii. 140 ;
Kiching, viii. 215 ; Kodungalur, viii.
241 ; Korigi, viii. 300 ; Kotal, viii.
302, 303 ; Kotaha, viii. 308 ; Kubattur,
viii. 318 ; Kuruda-male, viii. 374 ; in
Lalitpur, viii. 421 ; Magadi, ix. 136;
Mahabalipur, ix. 144-147 ; Mahen-
dragiri, ix. 174; Maisaram, ix. 213;
Malur, ix. 266 ; Panchkot in Man-
bhum, ix. 282 ; Mandhata, ix. 295,
296; Mangalvedha, ix. 315; Matan,
ix. 360, 361 ; Multan, x. II, 12 ; Nag-
amangala, x. 154 ; on the Nallamalai

Hills, x. 185 ; Phaphimd, xi. 166 ;

Pusad, xi. 335 ; Rahatgarh, xi. 346 ;

Ramgarh Hill, xi. 447 ; Tsandavoluin

Repalli, xii. 44 ; Rudrapur, xii. 81 ;

Saham, xii. 113 ; Salimpur, xii. 167 ;

in Seoni, xii. 310, 311 ; Simraon, xii.

501 ; Sitakund, xiii. 25 ; Somnathpur,

xiii. 51 ; Surajpur, xiii. 107; Tezpur,

xiii. 244 ; Udayagiri, xiii. 415 ; Umrer,

xiii. 423 ; Uttiranmerur, xiii. 459.
Temples, Jain, Mount Abu, i. 7-12;

Ahmadabad, i. 95 ; Ajodhya, i. 134 ;

Alwar, i. 206 ; Azimganj, i. 402 ;

Banda, ii. 55; Bawangaja Hill, ii. 181 ;

Beria, ii. 326 ; Bhadreswar, ii. 340 ;

Bhagalpur, ii. 352 ; Brindaban, iii.

100 ; Biindi, iii. 160 ; Chansama, iii.

369 ; Chaprauli, iii. 370 ; Charra, iii.

372 ; Kundalpur in Damoh, iv. 112 ;

Datia, iv. 157; Deolia, iv. 204;

Dugari, iv. 318; Girnar, v. 86; Gohana,

v. 141 ; Jais, vii. 65 ; Jaisalmer, vii.

70 ; Kapadwanj, vii. 440 ; Karakal,

vii. 463 ; Katra Medniganj, viii. 10 1 ;

Khandgiri, viii. 159; Rhatauli, viii.

181 ; Khekera, viii. 187 ; Khurja, viii.

212; Kumalgarh, viii. 345; in Lalitpur,

viii. 452 ; Matar, ix. 361 ; Mau, ix.

368 ; Mudbidri, ix. 525 ; Nadol, x.



INDEX.



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142 ; Satrunjaya Hill in Patitana, xi.

4-10; Parasnath, xi. 57, 58; Partab-

garh (Rajputana), xi. 77 ; Anhilwara

Patan, xi. 82 ; Pisangan, xi. 188 ;

Pokaran, xi. 195 ; Rajagriha, xi. 381 ;

Rakabdev, xi. 439 ; Rampur, xi. 460 ;

Rampura, xi. 461, 462 ; Ranipet, xi.

509 ; Rinahi, xii. 79 ; Sanganer, xii.

217 ; Sard nana, xii. 267 ; Sarsaganj,

xii. 271 ; Sirpur, xiii. 8; Sonpat, xiii.

63; Talaja, xiii. 163; Terdal, xiii. 242.
Temples, Ruined, Jain, Ahar, i. 81 ;

Ajaigarh, i. 112; Boram, iii. 88;

Budhpur, iii. 128; Daulatabad, iv.

158; Gwalior, v. 235; Kalinjera, vii.

337 ; Khandwa, viii. 162 ; Mahoba, ix.

183 ; Mandhata, ix. 296 ; Mandor, ix.

309 ; Masar, ix. 351 ; Palma, xi. 14 ;

Pawagarh, xi. 121 ; Sahet Mahet, xii.

127 ; in Thar and Parkar, xiii. 267.
Temples, Parsi Fire, Ahmadnagar, i.

109 ; Nosari, x. 405 ; Surat, xiii. 135.

See also Towers of Silence.
Temples, Sikh, Amritsar, i. 264 ; Dera

Nanak, iv. 228 ; Laharpur, viii. 401 ;

Machiwara, viii. 535 ; Ramdas, xi.

441 ; Sialkot, xii. 451, 452 ; Tarn

Taran, xiii. 215.
Tenancy (Bengal) Bill, article ' India,' vi.

429.
Tenant-right in Bengal, compensation for

disturbance, article ' India, ' vi. 444, 445.
Tenasserim, Division in Lower Burma,

xiii. 238, 239.
Tenasserim, township in Burma, xiii. 239.
Tenasserim, ancient town in Burma, xiii.

239, 240.

Tenasserim, river of Lower Burma, xiii.

240, 241.

Tendukhera, town and iron foundry in

Central Provinces, xiii. 241.
Tenkarai, town and taluk in Madras, xiii.

241.
Tenkarai. See Periakulam.
Tenkaraikottai, village in Madras, xiii.

241.
Tenkasi, taluk in Madras, xiii. 241.
Tenkasi, town and temple in Madras,

xiii. 242.
Tennali, village in Madras, xiii. 242.
Tennant, Mr., quoted, on the state of

Oudh under Asaf-ud-daula, viii. 508 ;

on Shahabad in 1799, xii. 335.
Tennasserim. See Tenasserim.
Tent-factory at Fatehgarh, iv. 421 ; Jabal-

pur, vii. 35, 37.
Tenures, land, etc. See Agricultural

section of each District article, and

especially Ahmadabad (tdlukddri), i.

89, 90 ; Ahmadnagar (survey), i. 102,

103 ; Ajmere-Merwara (k/uilsd, istim-

rdri, bhum), i. 126, 127 ; Akola, i.

144; Aligarh (tdlukddri), i. 173, 174;



Allahabad (zaminddri, pattnldri, bhd-
ydchdra), i. 190; Ambala (chahdram),
i. 221 ; Amraoti (survey), i. 248 ;
North Arcot, i. 318; Assam (mirdsddri,
mauzdddri), i. 362 ; Azamgarh (zamin-
ddri, pattiddri, ' imperfect pattiddri?
bhdydchdra), i. 398 ; Bahraich (taluk
ddri), i. 431, 432 ; Bakarganj (jangal-
buri, nim, ansat, mirdsh karshd, kaimi
karshd, ijdrd), i. 446 ; Balasor, ii. 7 ;
Ballia, ii. 21 ; Bankura (ghdtwdli), ii.
83, 84 ; Bannu (k/iula vesh), ii. 95 ;
Baroda (rdyatwdri, narwdddri, bhdg-
ddri), ii. 164-166; Basti (zawinddri ',
pattiddri, bhdydchdra), ii. 21 1, 212;
Htnga.\(zamtnddri,patniddri,ijdrdddri),
ii. 306 ; Bhagalpur (zaviinddri, lak-
hirdj, ghdtwdli) ^ ii. 349 ; Bogra
(zaminddri, lakhirdj), iii. 29 ; Bombay
(survey, tdlukddri, wdnta, narwdddri,
mdleki, khSts), iii. 57 ; Broach (bhdg-
ddri), iii. 106 ; Budaun (zaminddri,
pattiddri, bhdydchdra), iii. 121 ; Bul-
dana (rdyatwdri, k/uitaddri), iii. 146 ;
Lower Burma, iii. 192 ; Cachar (kkels,
mirdsddri), iii. 236, 237; Central Pro-
vinces (zaminddri, malguzdri), iii. 318;
Chengalpat (zaminddri, mitta,shotriam,
viandyam, ijdrd), iii. 385 ; Cuddapah
(rdyatwdri), iv. 52; Darjiling (jotddri,
tea-leases), iv. 134, 135; Delhi (bhdyd-
chdra), iv. 183; Dharwar (survey), iv.
262 ; Dholpur (lambarddri), iv. 274 ;
Faizabad (tdlukddri), iv. 385 ; Farid-
pur (gdti), iv. 404 ; Gangpur, iv. 478,
479 ; Ganjam (7'dyatwdri, koshtgittta,
mustazdri), v. 7 ; Gonda (tdlukddri) ,
v. 153 ; Gorakhpur, v. 168, 169 ;
Gumsur (the pdiks), v. 199 ; Berar
(batai or "metayer"), v. 269; Herat
(khasila, arbabi), v. 392 ; Hoshang-
abad {tdlukddri), v. 446; Jaipur (zamin-
ddri), vii. 62, 63; Jalpaiguri (zaminddri,
jotddri), vii. 1 14; Jehlam (bhdydchdra),
vii. 123 ; Jessor (mukarrdri), vii. 188 ;
Jodpur (bdpi, mangli, hdsili, sdsan,
pasaita, jdgiri, bhum), vii. 243; Kaira
(rdsti, mehwdsi, narvdddri), vii. 304,
305 ; South Kanara (xvargddri, nail-
geni, chalgeni), vii. 381; Karnal (bhdyd-
chdra), viii. 24 ; Karniil (rdyatwdri,
jdgir, shotriam, dasabandham), viii. 39 ;
Khulna (tdlukddri), viii. 207 ; Kolaba
(khoti), viii. 266 ; Kotah, viii. 306 ;
Kuch Behar (jotddri, chaukdniddri,
ddhidri), viii. 323, 324 ; Kiilu, viii.
343 ; Kumaun, viii. 355 ; Larkhana
(zaminddri), viii. 464 ; Lucknow
(zaminddri, bhdydchdra), viii. 498,
499; Ludhiana (pattiddri), viii. 523 ;
Madras (rdyatwdri), ix. 44-49, (zamin-
ddri), ix. 51, (indm), ix. 51, 52 ;
Malabar (janmam), ix. 231, 232 ;



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INDEX.



Maldah {lakhirdj, Ml hdsild), ix. 245 ;
Malwa, ix. 270 ; Midnapur {jalpai,
pdikdn, arzi piyddd's jdgirs), ix. 429 ;
Monghyr {bhdoli-jot), ix. 485 ; Mont-
gomery {zaminddri, pattiddri, bhdyd-
chard), ix. 499 ; Murshidabad {rdmnds,
utbandi, bhog-jot), x. 27 ; Muttra (im-
perfect zaminddri and bhdydchdra), x.
49 ; Muzaffarnagar {pattiddri), x. 73 ;
Mysore State {rdyatwdri, indm, coffee
leases), x. 103-105 ; Nadiya [titbandi),
x. 136, 137; Nepal, x. 279, 280;
Nilgiri Hills {rdyatwdri, etc.), x. 319-
321 ; Noakhali {dbddkdri hdwdlas,
dbddkdri taluks), x. 348; N.-W. Pro-
vinces {zaminddri, pattiddri, bhdyd-
chdra), x. 383-387 ; Oudh {tdlukdd?-i,
zaminddri, pattiddri, bhdydchdra), x.
504, 505 ; Pabna {jotddri, bargdddri),
x. 516; Patgram {upanchaki), xi. 85;
Pishin, xi. 191, 192; Punjab, xi. 281-
286; Purniah (hdl-hasli), xi. 327; Rai
Bareli {tdlukddri, zaminddri), xi. 357 ;
Rajputana {bhilm, etc.), xi. 418-420 ;
Rajshahi, xi. 434, 435 ; Rangpur
{upanchaki, mazkuri), xi. 497 ; Rat-
nagiri {khoti), xii. 9, 10 ; Rawal Pindi
{zaminddri, lehtri), xii. 30 ; Rohtak
{bhdydchdra, tappaddri), xii. 73 ; Sa-
haranpur, xii. 120, 1 21 ; Salem {kaul,
mittdddri), xii. 156, 157; Shahjahan-
pur {zaminddri, pattiddri), xii. 350 ;
Shahpur {bhdydchdra), xii. 365, 366 ;
Sikkim, xii. 486, 487 ; Sind, xii. 521 ;
Singhbhum {zaminddri, khoroposh,
ghdtwdli, chakrdn, khiint katti), xii.
538 ; Sirohi, xiii. 5, 6 ; Sitapur {tdluk-
ddri), xiii. 35, 36 ; Sylhet {mirdsddri),
xiii. 155; Thana {khoti, isdfat, shilotri),
xiii. 255, 266 ; Tipperah {bargdddri),
xiii. 318, 319; Travancore {rdyatzodri,
indm), xiii. 349 ; Unao {bhdydchdra),
xiii. 433, 434; YVun {rdyatwdri, jdgir-
ddri, pdlampdt), xiii. 543.

Tepagarh, hill range, fort, and ruins in
Central Provinces, xiii. 242.

Terdal, town in Bombay, xiii. 242.

Teri, town and tahsil in Punjab, xiii.
242, 243.

Teri. See Orchha.

Teri Toi, river in Punjab, xiii. 243.

Terwara, Native State and town in Bom-
bay, xiii. 243, 244.

Teveram, town in Madras, xiii. 244.

Tez-pdt, or bay leaves, grown in Assam, i.
362 ; Khasi Hills, viii. 177.

Tezpur, town and ruined temples in
Assam, xiii. 244.

Tha-baung, township in Burma, xiii. 244.



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