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Tha-bye-hla, village in Burma, xiii. 245.

Thackeray, Mr. R., father of the novelist,
Collector of Jessor (1805), vii. 185.

Thackeray, Mr. St. John, monument to,



at Dharwar, iv. 267 ; special commis-
sioner to settle Ganjam (1819), v. 4;
murdered at Kittiir (1824), viii. 237 ;
special commissioner to put down
rising in Parla Kimedi (1819), xi. 64.

Thackwell, Gen. Sir Joseph, turned the
Sikh position at Sadullapur, v. 190 ;
his engagement there (1849), xn - 97'

Tha-ga-ra, township in Burma, xiii. 245.

Thagi or professional strangling, Sup-
pression of, by Lord William Bentinck,
article ' India,' vi. 405. See also
Sleeman.

Tha-htun. See Tha-tun.

Thakeswari. See Tukreswari.

Tha-khwot-peng. See Tha-kut-pin.

Thakurani, mountain in Orissa, xiii. 245.

Thakurdwara, town and tahsil in N.-W.
Provinces, xiii. 245, 246.

Thakurpukur, mission station in Bengal,
xiii. 246.

Thakurs, aboriginal hill tribe in Kolaba,
viii. 265 ; Matheran Hill, ix. 364 ;
Nasik, x. 231.

Thakurtola, estate in Central Provinces,
xiii. 246.

Tha-kut-pin, tidal creek in Burma, xiii.
246, 247.

Thai, port and fishing station in Bombay,
xiii. 247.

Tha-le-dan, river in Burma, xiii. 247.

Thalghat, hill pass in Bombay, xiii. 247,
248 ; article ' India,' vi. 27-

Thammapatti, town in Madras, xiii. 248.

Than, ancient town in Kathiawar, xiii.
248, 249.

Thana, District in Bombay, xiii. 249-258;
physical aspects, 249-251; history,
251 ; population, 251-254; Christians,
252, 253 ; agriculture, 254-256 ; com-
munications, 256; commerce and trade,
256, 257; administration, 257; medical
aspects, 258.

Thana, historic town in Bombay, xiii.
258, 259; a Jesuit station (1550), its
colony of Christian craftsmen and
cultivators, article 'India,' vi. 247, 248.

Thana, town in Oudh, xiii. 259.

Thana Bhawan, historic town in N.-W.
Provinces, xiii. 259.

Thandiani, hill station and sanitarium in
Punjab, xiii. 259.

Thaneswar, ancient town and place of
pilgrimage in Punjab, xiii. 259-261.

Thdni rdyats, or resident husbandmen,
article ' India,' vi. 48.

Than Lakhtar. See Lakhtar.

Than-lyin. See Syriam.

Thara. See Kankrej.

Tharad, Native State and town in Bom-
bay, xiii. 261.

Thar and Parkar, District in Sind, Bom-
bay, xiii. 261-271 ; physical aspects,



INDEX.



327



261-264; history, 264-266; population,
266, 267; antiquities, 267; agriculture,
268, 269 ; communications, 269 ; com-
merce, 270 ; administration, 270 ;
climate, etc., 271.

Tharawadi, District in Lower Burma,
xiii. 271-274; physical aspects, 271,
272; population, 272, 273; agriculture,
273 ; administration, 273, 274; medical
aspects, 274.

Thariaghat, village in Assam, xiii. 274.

Tharrawaddy. See Tharawadi.

Tharus, aboriginal tribe in Ballia, ii. 25 ;
Champaran, iii. 338, 340, 342 ; the
Dun valley, iv. 321 ; Gonda, v. 151 ;
Gorakhpur, v. 164 ; Nepal, x. 279 ;
Oudh, x. 485 ; Tarai, xiii. 208, 209 ;
Tulsipur, xiii. 373.

Tharu Shat, town in Sind, xiii. 274.

Thathayangarpet, town in Madras, xiii.

2 74- , , , ..

Thatheras, Colony of, at Sarai Akil, xn.

249.

Thatia, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.
274, 275. f m r

Thatia Tirwa. See Tirvva.

Thato. See Tatta.

Tha-tun, ancient town and township in
Burma, xiii. 275.

Thauk-ye-gat,riverinBurma,xiii.275,276.

Thaung-yin, river in Burma, xiii. 276.

Thayet-myo, District in Lower Burma,
xiii. 276 - 287 ; physical aspects, 276-
279 ; history, 279 ; population, 280-
283 ; the Chins or Kyins, 280-282 ;
agriculture, 283 - 285 ; cotton, 284 ;
commerce, etc., 285, 286 ; administra-
tion, 286 ; medical aspects, 286, 287.

Thayet-myo, township in Burma, xiii. 287.

Thayet-myo, town and cantonment in
Burma, xiii. 287, 288.

Theebaw, last king of Burma (1878), his
murders, iii. 228 ; his despotism and
deposition, ix. 291.

Theistic movements in Vishnuite religious
reforms, vi. 223 ; theistic hymns, vi.

33 2 > 333-

Theog, estate and station in Punjab, viii.

288.
Thevenot, M., quoted, on caves of

Ellora (1667), iv. 349 ; on Goa, v.

103, 104 ; on Berar, v. 263.
Thi-kwin, township in Burma, xiii. 288.
Thorn, Major, laid out the lines for the

cantonment at Deoli, iv. 203.
Thomas the Apostle, Thomas the Mani-

chsean, and Thomas the Armenian

merchant, conversion of India variously

ascribed to. See article ' India,' vi.

chap, ix., ' Christianity in India,' 229-

238.
Thomas, Mr. E., Paper on the Sah and

Gupta coins, in the Report of the



A ' rchceological Survey of Western India
fur 1874-75, quoted, article ' India,' vi.
147 (footnote); 172 (footnotes 1 and 2);
175 (footnote 3) ; 182 (footnotes I and
4) ; Jainistn, or the Early Faith of
Asoka, 160 (footnote) ; Revenue Re-
sources of the Mughal Empire, 271
(footnote) ; 297 (footnote 2) ; 299, 301
(footnote 1); 304,305 (footnote); 311
(footnote) ; Chronicle of the Pathdn
Kings of Delhi, 271 (footnote), 280,
281 (footnote); 285 (footnote 3); 287
(footnote 2); 291 (footnote); 298
(footnote 2).

Thomas, George, adventurer in the 18th
century, took Beri, ii. 326 ; and Bhat-
nair, ii. 378 ; conquered Bhattiana, ii.
379 ; built Georgegarh, v. 54, other-
wise called Jahazgarh, vii. 45 ; made
Hansi his head-quarters, v. 311 ; ruled
Hariana (1795- 1802), when driven out
by Bourquien, v. 337 ; ruled Hissar
District, v. 428 ; restored Hissar
town, v. 434 ; granted Karnal by the
Marathas (1795), viii. 21 ; assisted
Marathas in capture of Lakhnauti
(1794), viii. 441 ; repulsed Sikhs from
Ludhiana, viii. 520; appointed 'Warden
of the Marches' by the Marathas ( 1788),
x. 69 : in Patiala, xi. 89 ; in Raikot,
xi. 364; and Saharanpur, xii. 117;
commanded Begam Samru's troops at
battle of Gokalgarh (1788), and
restored her to power (1796), xii. 265 ;
article on, by H. G. Keene, referred
to, xii. 266 ; in Shaikhawati, xii. 372 ;
stormed Shamli (1794), xii. 375;
practically conquered the Ghaggar
valley, xiii. II, 12.

Thomas, Capt., killed in Rangpur (1773),
xi. 492.

Thomason, John, Lieut. - Governor of
N.-W. Provinces, encouraged primary
education there, x. 403.

Thompson, Sir A. Rivers, Lieut. -Governor
of Bengal, ii. 279 ; Chief Commissioner
of British Burma (1875-78), iii. 176.

Thompson, Col., repelled Gurkha attack
on Deonthal (181 5), in which Bhagtia
Thapa was killed, iv. 204.

Thomson, Dr. T., first European who
crossed the Karakoram Pass (1848),
his description of it, vii. 463, 464.

Thon-gwa, District in Lower Burma, xiii.
288-292 ; physical aspects, 288 ; his-
tory, 289 ; population, 289, 290 ;
agriculture, 291 ; administration, 291 ;
medical aspects, 292.

Thon-gwa, township in Burma, xiii. 292.

Thoonkwa. See Thon-gwa.

Thoresby, Major, Superintendent of
Bhattiana, founded and laid out town of
Sirsa (1837), xiii. 20.



328



INDEX.



Thome, Major W., Memoir of the War in
India conducted by Lord Lake, quoted,
vi. 317 (footnote 1).

Thouk-re-gat. See Thauk-ye-gat.

Thoung-gyeng. See Thaung-yin.

Thovalai, taluk in Travancore, xiii. 292.

Thuillier, Gen. Sir H. G., surveyed the
Jaintia plains (1838-40), vii. 47.

Thul, town and taluk in Sind, xiii. 292,

Thulendi, town in Oudh, xiii. 293.
Thummapatty. See Thammapatti.
Thun-khwa. See Thon-gwa.
Tiagar, village and fort in Madras, xiii. 293.
Tibetan ideas and early traditions of
Buddhism, article 'India,' vi. 176-178.
Tibeto-Burmans, non- Aryan tribes of the
lower Himalayas, their languages,
article ' India,' vi. 63, 68.
Tickell, Lieut. R. S., his description of the
short-tailed pangolin, referred to, ix.
279.
Tieffenthaler, quoted, on Aurangabad
(Oudh), i. 386 ; on Gohad, v. 140 ;
Khairigarh, viii. 132 ; Mahaban,
ix. 151, 152 ; Murshidabad, x. 32 ;
Shahabad, xii. 332.
Tigar, taluk in Sind, xiii. 293.
Tigaria, Native State in Orissa, xiii. 294.
Tiger, The, article ' India,' vi. 652, 653;
man - eating tigers, vi. 653. Local
notices — Mount Abu, i. 6 ; Ahmadabad,
i. 84 ; Ahmadnagar, i. 100 ; Amgaon,
i. 232 ; Arakan Hill Tracts, i. 299 ;
North Arcot, i. 312; South Arcot, i.
320 ; Assam, i. 349 ; Bakarganj, i.
442 ; Baluchistan, ii. 36 ; Banda, ii.
47 ; Bankura, ii. 78, 79 ; Bannu, ii.
90; Bardwan, ii. 127 ; Basim, ii. 184;
Belgaum, ii. 232 ; Bellary, ii. 241 ;
Bhagalpur, ii. 343 ; Bhandara, ii. 361;
Bhutan, ii. 414 ; Bijnaur, ii. 429 ;
Bogra, iii. 26 ; Bonai, iii. 85 ; Buldana,
iii. 143 ; Upper Burma, iii. 212 ;
Cachar, iii. 234 ; Chang Bhakar, iii.
366 ; Chhindwara, iii. 399 ; Chital-
drug, iii. 423 ; Chittagong, iii. 435 ;
Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii. 448 ;
Cochin, iv. 2 ; Coimbatore, iv. 15 ;
Coorg, iv. 32; Darjiling, iv. 130;
Darrang, iv. 142; Dehra Dun, iv. 169;
Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 210 ; Dhar, iv.
246 ; Dharwar, iv. 259 ; Dinajpur, iv.
291 ; Dungarpur, iv. 323 ; Eastern
Dwars, iv. 329 ; Gangpur, iv. 478 ;
Garhwal, v. 17; Garo Hills, v. 26;
Gaya, v. 45 ; Western Ghats, v. 59 ;
Goalpara, v. 112; Godavari, v. 123;
Gonda, v. 147 ; Goona, v. 159 ;
Gorakhpur, v. 165 ; Gurdaspur, v. 207;
Gwalior, v. 229 ; Hamirpur, v. 298 ;
Hassan, v. 346 ; Hazaribagh, v. 370 ;
Hill Tipperah, v. 395 ; Indore, vii. 2;



Jalpaiguri, vii. 109 ; Jhansi, vii. 217 ;
Kadiir, vii. 283 ; Kamrup, vii. 355 ;
North Kanara, vii. 370 ; South Kanara,
vii. 377 ; Kangra, vii. 413 ; Karauli,
vii. 471 ; Karnul, viii. 35, 36; Khair-
pur, viii. 133 ; Khandesh, viii. 150 ;
Khasi Hills, viii. 173 ; Kheri, viii.
190 ; Kistna, viii. 226 ; Kolaba, viii.
261; Korea, viii. 297; Kotah, viii. 304;
Kumaun, viii. 350 ; Lalitpur, viii. 447;
Larkhana, viii. 463 ; Lohardaga, viii.
477 ; Madras, ix. 8, 89 ; Madura, ix.
121; Maimansingh, ix. 192 ; Malabar,
ix. 220; Malwa, ix. 268; Manbhum,
ix. 279 ; Mandla, ix. 300, 301 ; Mani-
pur, ix. 325 ; Melghat, ix. 403 ;
Mergui, ix. 407 ; Mergui Archipelago,
ix. 412 ; Midnapur, ix. 425 ; Mirzapur,
ix. 453 ; Monghyr, ix. 481 ; Morad-
abad, ix. 505 ; Muzaffargarh, x. 58 ;
Mysore x. 115; Nadiya, x. 1 30 ;
Naga Hills, x. 143; Nallamalai Hills, x.

185 ; Nasik, x. 229 ; Nepal, x. 278 ;
Nilgiri Hills, x. 307 ; Nimar, x. 328 ;
Noakhali, x. 341 ; Oudh, x. 483 ;
Pabna, x. 512 ; Palkonda Hills, xi. 11;
Palni Mountains, xi. 17 ; Patna State,

xi. 115; Pilibhit, xi. 172; Pohir, xi.

197 ; Poona, xi. 200 ; Punjab, xi. 259;

Purara, xi. 299 ; Purniah, xi. 323 ;

Raipur, xi. 368 ; Rajshahi, xi. 429 ;

Rampa, xi. 454 ; Rampur, xi. 455 ;

Rangpur, xi. 489 ; Ratnagiri, xii. 4 ;

Rewa Kantha, xii. 49 ; Sagar Island,

xii. no; Saharanpur, xii. 115 ; Sandur,

xii. 206 ; Sandur Hills, xii. 209 ; Santal

Parganas, xii. 227 ; Sarangarh, xii.

260 ; Satara, xii. 277 ; Sawantwari,

xii. 296 ; Shahabad, xii. 324 ; Shahpur,

xii. 361 ; vShevaroy Hills, xii. 383 ;

Shimoga, xii. 400 ; Sibsagar, xii. 460 ;

Sind, xii. 507 ; Singhbhum, xii. 531 ;

Sirmur, xii. 554 ; Sirohi, xiii. 2 ;

Siwalik Hills, xiii. 43 ; the Sundarbans,

xiii. 109, 389 ; Surat, xiii. 120 ; Sylhet,

xiii. 145 ; Tavoy, xiii. 229 ; Thayet-

myo, xiii. 279; Tipperah, xiii. 313;

Travancore, xiii. 345 ; Tumkur, xiii.

376 ; Upper Sind Frontier, xiii. 440 ;

Wun, xiii. 539.
Tijara, town and tahsil in Rajputana,

xiii. 294, 295.
Tikamgarh. See Tehri.
Tikari, town and estate in Bengal, xiii.

295-
Tikota, town in Bombay, xiii. 295.
Tikri, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

.295-
Tikri, village in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

295-
Tilain, hill range in Assam, xiii. 295.
Tile pottery of Punjab and Sind, article

' India,' vi. 608.



INDEX.



3 2 9



Tilhar, town and tahsil t m N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xiii. 296.

Tiljuga, river of N. Behar, xiii. 296, 297.

Tilothu, sacred village and waterfall in
Bengal, xiii. 297.

Timarni, village in Central Provinces,
xiii. 297.

Timber, Centres of trade in, and depots
of, Alipur (Bengal), i. 180 ; Alleppi, i.
200 ; Amherst, i. 239 ; Anupshahr, i.
295 ; Arikkod, i. 330 ; Bahramghat,
i. 433 ; Basra, ii. 190 ; Beypur, ii.
335 ; Bulsar, iii. 149 ; Calicut, iii. 269;
Daduya, iv. 318 ; Gangawali, iv. 466 ;
Gorakhpur, v. 173 ; Haliyal, v. 296 ;
Debiganj in Jalpaiguri, vii 115;
Jhalakati, vii. 197 ; Kamthi, vii. 367 ;
Maulmain, ix. 371, 372 ; Phillaur, xi.
168 ; Small Sadri, xii. 95 ; Taloda,
xiii. 168 ; Turtipar, xiii. 385.

Timber trees, article ' India,' vi. 34, 39,
41. See also Black wood, Pun, Pyin-
gado, Shisham, and Teak.

Timeri, town in Madras, xiii. 297.

Timur (Tamerlane), Invasion of (1398),
article ' India,' vi. 285. Local notices —
Conquered Afghanistan, i. 49 ; mas-
sacred a horde of Jats, ii. 372; attacked
Bhatnair, ii. 378 ; ravaged Bijnaur, ii.
429 ; defeated Muhammad Tughlak
and sacked Delhi, iv. 192 ; massacred
the pilgrims at Hardwar, v. 334 ; his
tomb at Kabul, vii. 268 ; which he
made his capital, vii. 271 ; took Kan-
dahar (1389), vii. 392 ; collected
tribute from the Miranzai glens, viii.
243 ; capture and massacre of Meerut,
ix. 383 ; ravaged Muzaffarnagar, x.
68; in N.-W. Provinces, x. 364, 365;
in Punjab, xi. 261 ; ravaged Saharan-
pur, xii. 115 ; sacked Talamba, but
did not take the citadel, xiii. 163.

Tin, in Lower Burma, article ' India,' vi.
42 ; 626. Local notices — Found in
Baluchistan, ii. 36 ; Lower Burma, iii.
202 ; Upper Burma, iii. 21 1 ; Hazari-
bagh, v. 378 ; Ma-li-won, ix. 258 ;
Mergui, ix. 410 ; on the Pak-chan
river, x. 531; Shwe-gyin, xii. 430;
Tavoy, xiii. 228 ; Udaipur, xiii. 401.

Tingrikotta. See Tenkaraikotta.

Tinnevelli, District in Madras, xiii. 297-
311 ; physical aspects, 297, 298 ; his-
tory, 298-301; population, 301-305;
Christians, 302-304 ; agriculture, 305-
307 ; natural calamities, 307 ; com-
merce, trade, etc., 307-309; admini-
stration, 309, 310; medical aspects,
3*0, 3"-

Tinnevelli, taluk in Madras, xiii. 311.

Tinnevelli, town and temple in Madras,
xiii. 311, 312.

Tiors, tea-garden coolies in Jalpaiguri,



vii. 112 ; most numerous caste in Kuch
Behar, viii. 323 ; Rangpur, xi. 494.

Tipai, river of Assam, xiii. 312.

Tipperah, District in Bengal, xiii. 312-
321 ; physical aspects, 312-314 ; his-
tory, 314, 315 ; population, 315-317 ;
material condition of people, 316, 317 ;
agriculture, 317-319; natural calamities,
319 ; commerce, trade, etc., 319 ;
administration, 320 ; medical aspects,
321.

Tipperah, Sub-division in Bengal, xiii. 321 .

Tipperah State. See Hill Tipperah.

Tipperahs, aboriginal tribe in Chittagong
Hill Tracts, iii. 450 ; Hill Tipperah,
v - 399 5 Sylhet, xiii. 149, 150; Tip-
perah, xiii. 315, 316.

Tiptur, village in Mysore, xiii. 322.

Tipu Sultan, son of Haidar Ali, second
Mysore war (1790-94), article ' India,'
vi. 394 ; third Mysore war (1799), fall
of Seringapatam and death of Tipu,
396j 397- Local notices — Took Adoni
(1786), i. 27 ; destroyed and abandoned
Arcot (1783), i. 310 ; at Bangalore, ii.
61, 68, 69 ; reconquered Bellary, ii.
242 ; took Bhagamandal (1785), ii.
353 ; invaded the Karnatik through
the Chengama Pass (1791), iii. 390;
built palace at Chitaldriig, iii. 428 ;
ravaged Cochin (1790), iv. 3 ; took
Coimbatore(i79i), iv. 16; only spared
three Hindu temples in his dominions,
iv. 22 ; tried to destroy the race of
Coorgs, iv. 30 ; born at Devanhalli, iv.
232 ; removed inhabitants of Calicut
and Ferokh (1789), iv. 436 ; took
Gurramkonda (1773), v. 224; destroyed
temples of Guruvayur (1774), v. 225 ;
failed to take Honawar (1784), v. 440;
built fortress of Jamalabad (1784), vii.
Il8; deported and tried to forcibly
convert the Kanarese, vii. 378 ; twice
devastated Kankanhalli, vii. 434 ;
destroyed Kengeri, viii. 1 14; took
Kodungalur (1776), and destroyed it
(1790), viii. 241 ; his wars with the
English in Madras, ix. 13; invaded
Malabar (1788), ix. 222 ; defeated by
General Harris at Mai valli (1799), ix.
266; took Mangalore (1784) after
long siege, ix. 313 ; built fort of Mer-
kara, ix. 414, where his general was
defeated by the Coorgs, ix. 415 ; took
Perumakal (1790), xi. 141 ; defeated
by the English at Ponani (1782), xi.
197 ; took Ramdrug (1784), xi. 442 ;
fought battle of Satyamangalam with
Colonel Floyd (1790), xii. 291 ; con-
quered Savanur, xii. 293 ; killed at
Seringapatam ( 1 799), xii. 319, which
he had fortified and embellished, and
where he is buried, xii. 320 ; his troops



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defeated by the Marathas at Shimoga
(1791), xii. 406 ; transported 12,000
families from Sira to Ganjam, suburb
of Seringapatam, xii. 319, 546 ; drove
all neighbouring people and cattle into
Sivasamudram (1791), xiii. 42 ; in-
vaded Malabar by the Tamarasseri
Pass (1788), xiii. 169 ; repulsed from
Tiagar (1790), xiii. 293 ; took Tiruvan-
namalai (1791), xiii. 329 ; invaded
Travancore (1789-90), xiii. 346.

Tirhoch. See Taroch.

Tirhut. See Darbhangah and Muzaffarpur.

Tiri. See Tehri.

Tirkanambi, ancient town and temples in
Mysore, xiii. 322.

Tirkheri Malpuri, estate in Central Pro-
vinces, xiii. 322.

Tiroham. See Karwi.

Tirora, village and tahsil in Central Pro-
vinces, xiii. 322, 323.

Tirtahalli, sacred bathing village in
Mysore, xiii. 323.

Tiruchendur, town in Madras, xiii. 323.

Tiruchengod, town and tdluk in Madras,
xiii. 323, 324.

Tirukovilur, town and tdluk in Madras,
xiii. 324.

Tiruma-Kudah. See Narsipur.

Tirumala Naik, drove back the Mysore
invaders of Coimbatore (1653), iv. 15 ;
had his outposts as far as Kaveripuram,
viii. 106; his reign in Madura (1623-
59), and his greatness, ix. 123 ; listened
favourably to Robert de Nobilis, ix.
126; his great buildings, ix. 134;
ruled over Trichinopoli, xiii. 356.

Tirumale, village in Mysore, xiii. 324.

Tirumanai Muttar, river in Madras, xiii.
324-

Tirumangalam, town and tdluk in Madras,
xiii. 324, 325.

Tirumurtikovil, village and temple in
Madras, xiii. 325.

Tirunageswaram, town in Madras, xiii.
.325-

Tirupasur. See Tripasur.

Tirupati (Tripetty), town and hill temple
in Madras, xiii. 325, 326.

Tirupatiir, town and tdluk in Madras,
xiii. 326, 327.

Tirupur, town in Madras, xiii. 327.

Tirushavaperur. See Trichur.

Tirusirapalli. See Trichinopoli.

Tirutani, town in Madras, xiii. 327.

Tirutaraipundi, town and tdluk in Madras,
xiii. 327. See also Madhyarjunam.

Tiruvadi, sacred town in Madras, xiii.
327. See also Settipattadai.

Tiruvakarai, ruined town in Madras, xiii.

.3 28 ; ,
Tiruvalur, sacred town and tdluk in

Madras, xiii. 328.



Tiruvanantapuram. See Trivandrum.
Tiruvankod, town in Travancore, from

which the State takes its name, xiii.

328.
Tiruvannamalai, tdluk in Madras, xiii.

328.
Tiruvannamalai, trading town and temple

in Madras, xiii. 329.
Tiruvarur, town in Madras, xiii. 329.
Tiruvatiyur, town in Madras, xiii. 329.
Tiruvattur, town and temple in Madras,

xiii. 329.
Tiruvella, tdluk in Travancore, xiii.

.329-

Tiruvengudam, town in Madras, xiii.

329.

Tirwa, town and tahsil in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xiii. 329, 330.

Tista, great river of N. Bengal, floods
and changes in its course, xiii. 330-
334; article 'India,' vi. 30.

Tisua, battle-field in N.-W. Provinces,
xiii. 334.

Titagarh, village and former dockyard in
Bengal, xiii. 334.

Titalya, fair in N. Bengal, xiii. 335.

Titas, river in E. Bengal, xiii. 335.

Titles of Siva and his goddess in their
different Aryan and non-Aryan forms,
article ' India,' vi. 211, 212.

Titles engraved on the Seal of State of
the Maharaja of Gwalior, v. 233, 234.

To, tidal creek in Burma, xiii. 335.

Tobacco, Cultivation and manufacture of,
growth of the trade, article 'India,' vi.
42 ; 499, 500. Local notices — Culti-
vated in Afghanistan, i. 38 ; Agra,
i. 64 ; Ahmadnagar, i. 103 ; Ajgaon,
i. 116; Alwar, i. 205; Ambala, i. 220 ;
Amraoti, i. 248 ; Anantapur, i. 277 ;
Arakan Hill Tracts, i. 301, 302 ; North
Arcot, i. 316; Assam, i. 362; Balu-
chistan, ii. 36 ; Baroda, ii. 164 ;
Bellary, ii. 245 ; Bhadron, ii. 341 ;
Bhilsa, ii. 393 ; Bijnaur, ii. 432 ; Bilas-
pur, ii. 450 ; Bilgram, ii. 455 ; Bom-
bay, iii. 53, 54; Broach, iii. 106, 107;
Budaun, iii. 120; Bulandshahr, iii. 137 ;
Buldana, iii. 146; Biindi, iii. 159;
Lower Burma, iii. 189, 190 ; Upper
Burma, iii. 210; Cambay, iii. 271;
Central India, iii. 295 ; Champaran,
iii. 341 ; Cheduba Island, iii. 378 ;
Chengalpat, iii. 386 ; Chittagong, iii.
439 ; Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii. 451 ;
Coimbatore, iv. 18 ; Cuddapah, iv.
52 ; Daman, iv. 102 ; Daphla Hills,
iv. 119; Darbhangah, iv. 125; Delhi,
iv. 182; Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 214;
Dhar, iv. 246 ; Dinajpur, iv. 294 ;
Eastern Dwars, iv. 333 ; Faridpur,
iv. 403 ; Firozpur, iv. 443 ; Gangpur,
iv. 478 ; Ganjam, v. 6 ; Godavari,



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v. 127, 128; Gujranwala, v. 184;
Gwalior, v. 228; Berar,v. 270; Haidar-
abad (Sind), v. 280 ; Hardoi, v. 326 ;
Hassan, v. 349 ; Henzada, v. 388 ;
Hill Tipperah, v. 4C0 ; Hissar, v. 430;
Hoshiarpur, v. 455 ; Howrah, v. 463 ;
H pa-gat, v. 465 ; Hugh, v. 494 ;
Indore, vii. 2 ; Jaipur, vii. 52 ;
Jalandhar, vii. 88 ; Jalpaiguri, vii.
113; Jaunpur, vii. 156; Jessor, vii.
187; Jodhpur, vii. 238; Kaimganj,
vii. 298 ; Kaira, vii. 303, 304 ; South
Kanara, vii. 380 ; Kapurthala, vii.
443 ; Karachi, vii. 448 ; Karauli, vii.
472 ; Karnul, viii. 38 ; Kistna, viii.
230 ; Kolar, viii. 276 ; Kolhapur, viii.
281 ; Kotah, viii. 306 ; Kuch Behar,
viii. 323 ; Kudu, viii. 342 ; Kumaun,
viii. 354 ; Kyauk-pyu, viii. 387 ; Lalit-
pur, viii. 453 ; Larkhana, viii. 463 :
Lohardaga, viii. 483 ; Lucknow, viii.
498 ; Madras, ix. 30, 32-34 ; Madura,
ix. 128; Maimansingh, ix. 195 ; Maler
Kotla, ix. 255 ; Manbhum, ix. 283 ;
Mandi, ix. 298; Manipur, ix. 331;
Meerut, ix. 387 ; Mehar, ix. 396 ;
Mehsi, ix. 400; Mergui, ix. 409;
Muzaffarpur, x. 81, 82 ; Mysore, x.
100, 103 ; Nabha, x. 126 ; Nadiya, x.
135 ; Nepal, x. 277 ; N.-W. Provinces,
x. 379; Nowgong, x. 411 ; Orissa, x.
459 ; Oudh, x. 501 ; Partabgarh, xi.
71 ; Patan Saongi, xi. 84; Patna, xi.
101 ; Petlad, xi. 162 ; Prome, xi. 231,
232 ; Puri, xi. 306 ; Purniah, xi. 326 ;
Rajpipla, xi. 392 ; Rangpur, xi. 496 ;
Sandoway, xii. 202, 203 ; Saran, xii.
255 ; Satara, xii. 281 ; Sialkot, xii.
446 ; Sitapur, xiii. 35 ; Tanjore, xiii.
187, 188 ; Tarai, xiii. 209 ; Taung-ngu,
xiii. 224 ; Tharawadi, xiii. 273 ;
Thayet-myo, xiii. 283, 285 ; Tigaria,
xiii. 294 ; Tinnevelli, xiii. 306 ; Tip-
perah, xiii. 317 ; Trichinopoli, xiii.
360 ; Udaipur, xiii. 402 ; "Wardha,
xiii. 526 ; Wun, xiii. 543.

Tobacco, manufactured and prepared at
Pusa in Darbhangah, iv. 125, x. 81 ;
Biswan in Sitapur, xiii. 36 ; Trichi-
nopoli, xiii. 361, 365.

Tobacco, Centres of trade in, Atasarai,
i. 375 ; Dindigal, iv. 301 ; Baura in
Jalpaiguri, vii. 115; Nariad, x. 212;
Patna, xi. 114 ; Petlad, xi. 162 ;
Pisangan, xi. 188 ; Rajamahendri, xi.
382 ; Rusera, xii. 87 ; Sirajganj, xii.
548 ; Sivakasi, xiii. 42 ; Turtipar, xiii.

385-
Tod, Colonel James, Annals and Anti-
quities of Rdjasthdn, quoted, article
' India,' vi. 180 (footnotes I and 3) ;
184 (footnote 2); 185 (footnotes I and 3).
Local notices — His Annals and Anti-



quities of Rdjasthdn or Travels in
Western India, quoted, on Mount
Abu, i. 4, 5 ; the Aravalli Hills, i. 307 ;
Bhainsror, ii. 356 ; Timiir's attack on
Bhatnair, ii. 378; Chitor, iii. 431;
Jhalra Patan, vii. 204; his rule in the
Udaipur portion of Merwara (1820), ix.
417 ; quoted, on Nadol, x. 142, 143 ;
Pali, xi. 1 ; the mines of Jawar, xi.
401 ; allowed the claims of Jodhpur
over Sirohi, xiii. 4 ; built Todgarh
(1821),. xiii. 336 ; quoted, on the palace
of Udaipur, xiii. 409, 410 ; on the
Observatory at Ujjain, xiii. 418.

Todanad, Sub-division in Nilgiri Hills,
Madras, xiii. 333.

Todar Mall, Akbar's Hindu general and
finance minister, his revenue settle-
ment, article ' India,' vi. 293, 300.
Local notices — Governor of Bengal
(1580-82), ii. 278; his estimate of the
revenue from Champaran (1582), iii.
335 ; from Chittagong, iii. 435 ; gave
military rank to the chief of Ramnagar
(Dharampur), iv. 249 ; made Satgaon
the sarkar which included the present
Hugh District, v. 490 ; quoted, on
Akbar's conquest of Kangra, vii. 415 ;
his system introduced into Khandesh,
viii. 153 ; born at Laharpur, viii. 401 ;
restored the walls of Monghyr (1590),
ix. 491.

Tod as, The, aboriginal tribe on the
Nilgiri Hills, x. 309, 310, xiii. 335,
33°.

Toda Todi, petty State in Kathiawar,
xiii. 336.

Toddy. See Spirits.

Todgarh, town in Rajputana, xiii. 336.

Todupalai, taluk in Travancore, xiii.
336.

Tohana, ancient town in Punjab, xiii.
336.

Tolerant spirit of Hinduism, article
' India,' vi. 226, 227.

Tolly, Major, built Tolly's Nala(i776),
xiii. 336.

Tolly's Nala, canal near Calcutta, xiii.

336.

Tols or Sanskrit schools, Bali, ii. 12 ;
Bansbaria, ii. 98 ; Bikrampur, ii. 444 ;
Nadiya, x. 138.

Tombs, General Sir Henry, defeated the
Bhutias (1865), ii. 417.

Tombs of Muhammadan saints, generally



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