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scenes of religious gatherings and fes-
tivals, Taragarh, near Ajmere, i. 120,
121, xiii. 206; in Akola, i. 141 ;
Alwar, i. 206 ; Ambahta, i. 213 ;
Amner, i. 245 ; Amroha, i. 266 ;
Aurungabad Sayyid, i. 388 ; Bado
Sarai, i. 410 ; Bahraich, i. 435 ; Ban-
garmau, ii. 74 ; Behar, ii. 228 ; Bhagal-



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INDEX.



pur, ii. 352 ; Bhawanandpur, ii. 384 ;
Bhera, ii. 386 ; Bhiij, ii. 408 ; Bil-
gram, ii. 455 ; Bukera, iii. 129 ; Camp-
bellpur, iii. 275 ; Champanagar, iii.
333 ; Chanar, iii. 347 ; Chiniot, iii.
418; in Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 214;
Ellichpur, iv. 348 ; Ellora, iv. 348 ;
Fatehpur Sikri, iv. 434 ; Gangoh, iv.
477; Gaur, v. 38, 41; Girar, v. 84;
Gohana, v. 141 ; Gujrat, v. 197 ; New
Hala, v. 294 ; Harua, v. 342 ; Hasan
Abdal, v. 342 ; Pimpi, near Igatpuri,
v. 506 ; Jalalpur, vii. 81 ; Kairana,
vii. 308; Kakori. vii. 312; Kamalpur,
vii. 350 ; Kapilmuni, vii. 441 ; Karor,
viii. 48 ; Kazipara, viii. 108 ; Khair-
pur, viii. 137 ; Khimlasa, viii. 201 ;
Ludhiana, viii. 526 ; Magar Talao,
ix. 138; Makhanpur, ix. 215; Mallan-
wan, ix. 263 ; Mangrul Pir, ix. 317 ;
Manora, ix. 339 ; Marahra, ix. 344 ;
Matari, ix. 362 ; Maudha, ix. 370 ;
Meean Meer, ix. 380 ; Mohan, ix. 471 ;
Mughalbhin, ix. 529 ; Mulbagal, ix.
537 ; Multan, x. 1 1 ; Nekmard, x.
259 ; Nur Mahal, x. 418 ; Pakpattan,
x. 532, 533 ; Palitana, xi. 5 ; Pampur,
xi. 24 ; Panduah, xi. 42 ; Panhan, xi.
43 ; Pasrur, xi. 80 ; Patan (Oudh), xi.
80; Patna, xi. no; Patiir, xi. 119;
Phaphiind, xi. 166 ; Pir Panjal, xi.
187 ; Rai Bareli, xi. 360 ; Rampur, xi.
460 ; Ranthambor, xi. 511 ; Ratanpur,
xi. 516; Rath, xi. 518; Rohri, xii.
68 ; Rupar, xii. 83 ; Sadhaura, xii. 93 ;
Saharanpur, xii. 115; Sakhi Sarwar,
xii. 145, 146 ; Sandi. xii. 197; Sankshi,
xii. 224 ; Satrikh, xii. 289, 290 ; Seh-
wan, xii. 305 ; Shahganj, xii. 342 ;
Shahpur, xii. 368 ; Shaikh Budin, xii.
373 ; Sidhaur, xii. 473 ; Sikandra, xii.
481, 482; Sironcha, xiii. 7; Sylhet,
xiii. 157; Tando Masti Khan, xiii.
177 j Thulendi, xiii. 293 ; Ujhari, xiii.
417; Upray, xiii. 449; Urmar, xiii.
451, 452-.

Tombs of distinguished personages. See
Mausoleums.

Tondiarpet, suburb of Madras city, xiii.

337-

Tonk, Native State in Rajputana, xiii.
337, 338.

Tonk, capital of State in Rajputana,
xiii. 338.

Tonmir, ancient capital in Mysore, xiii.
338.

Tons, tributary of the Jumna, N.-W.
Provinces, xiii. 338, 339.

Tons, South-Western, tributary of the
Ganges, N.-W. Provinces, xiii. 339.

Toondla. See Tundla.

Topes, Buddhist. See Buddhist Antiqui-
ties and Stupas.



Topographia Christiana (Paris, 1707),
quoted, article ' India,' vi. 183.

Topping, Mr. Michael, proposed anicut
on the Godavari river in the last cen-
tury, v. 132.

Tori Fatehpur, petty State in Bundel-
khand, xiii. 339.

Torriano, Captain, successfully defended
Honawar against Tipii Sultan (1784),
v. 440.

Torsha. See Dharla.

Tortoise-shell, found in, and exported
from, the Laccadive Islands, viii. 394,
396; Maldive Islands, ix. 251 ; Nicobar
Islands, x. 297.

Torwaliks, tribe in the Hindu Kush, v.
417.

Tosham, ancient town in Punjab, xiii
339, 340.

Toung-bhek-myo. See Taung-bek-myo.

Toung-gnu. See Taung-ngu.

Toung-gup. See Taung-gup.

Toung-loung-tsu, village in Burma, xiii.
340.

Toung-ngu. See Taung-ngu.

Tourmaline, found in Mysore, x. 92.

Touse, Kasba, town in Madras, xiii.
340.

Towers of Silence, Parsi, Bilimora, ii.
458; Broach, iii. 114, 115; Nosari,
x. 405.

Town and Country, Division into. See
special paragraph at the end of the Popu-
lation section in each District article,
and especially Assam, i. 360 ; Bengal,
ii. 398-400 ; Bombay, iii. 52, 53 ; Lower
Burma, iii. 178; Central Provinces,
iii. 317, 318 ; Madras, ix. 26, 27 ;
Mysore, x. 98; N.-W. Provinces and
Oudh, x. 374, 375 ; Oudh, x. 499-50 1 ;
Sind, xii. 519, 520.

Towns and villages of British India classi-
fied according to population, article
' India,' vi. Appendix II. 690.

Towns of British India with a popula-
tion exceeding 20,000, article ' India,'
vi. Appendix VIII. 696, 697. See also
Cities.

Towns, Absence of large, in India,
article ' India,' vi. 46.

Toys, made at Ahraura, i. in ; Benares,
ii. 267 ; Gokak, v. 142 ; Kondapalli,
viii. 287 ; Narsapur, x. 215 ; Poona,
xi. 209.

Trade and Commerce. See Commerce
and Trade.

Trade, Tabular statement of, with foreign
countries, article ' India,' vi. 579.

Trade-guilds, article ' India,' vi. 197,
198 ; guild-funds and charities, trade
versus caste interests, 198, 199 ; caste
a ' mutual insurance,' and substitute for
a poor law, 199. Local notices — Ahmad-



INDEX.



333



abaci, i. 87, 88 ; Allahabad, i. iSS, 1S9 ;
Azamgarh, i. 396; Basti, ii. 210;
Broach, iii. 103 ; Fatehpur, iv. 427,
428 ; Ghazipur, v. 66 ; Peshawar, xi.
159 ; Surat, xiii. 134.
Trading castes in Northern and Southern
India, article 'India,' vi. 591, 592.
Local notices — Ahmadabad, i. 85;
Ahmadnngar, i. 104, 105, 109; Ajmere-
Merwara, i. 123 ; Aligarh, i. 172 ;
Allahabad, i. 189, 192 ; Amritsar, i.
258 ; South Arcot, i. 322 ; Azamgarh,
i. 398 ; Banda, ii. 50 ; Bannu, ii. 93 ;
Bengal, ii. 297 ; Bikaner, ii. 440, 442 ;
Bombay, iii. 51 ; Broach, iii. 103 ;
Bulandshahr, iii. 135 ; Cawnpur, iii.
288 ; Central Provinces, iii. 316 ; P^tah,
iv. 361 ; Gujranvvala, v. 183 ; Gujrat,
v. 191 ; Gurdaspur, v. 209 ; Howrah,
v. 462 ; Hugli, v. 493 ; Jehlam, vii.
170 ; Kaladgi, vii. 319 ; Khandesh,
viii. 154; Lalitpur, viii. 451 ; Madras,
ix. 19 ; Meerut, ix. 386 ; Muzafiar-
nagar, x. 71 ; N.-W. Provinces, x. 394,
395 ; Punjab, xi. 274 ; Rajputana, xi.
410 ; Rawal Pindi, xii. 26 ; Surat, xiii.
133. See also Marwaris.
Traill, Mr., Commissioner of Kumaun
(1817-35), viii. 351 ; his autocratic
rule, viii. 352.
Tranquebar, town, seaport, and former
Danish settlement in Madras, xiii.
340, 341 ; founded (1616), acquired by
the English by purchase (1845), article
' India,' vi. 372.
Trans-Himalayan trade, article ' India,

vi. 586-590.
Travancore, Native State in S. India,
xiii. 341-353; physical aspects, 342-
345; backwaters, 344; history, 345-
347 ; population, 347-349 5 agriculture,
land tenures, etc., 349-351 ; trade,
communications, etc., 351 ; revenue,
administration, etc., 351-353; educa-
tion, 352 ; medical aspects, 353.
Travertine, found in Monghyr, ix. 480.
Treasure, Import of, proportion of gold
to silver, gold and silver currency,
article ' India,' vi. 568, 569.
Treaties, Early Indo-Greek (306 and 256

B.C.), article ' India,' vi. 166, 170.
Treaties, of Peshawar with Dost Muham-
mad (1855), i. 51 ; of Gandamak with
Yakub Khan (1879), i. 52; of Yan-
dabu with the Burmese (1826), i. 154,
iii. 226, xiii. 548, 549 ; of Surji Anjen-
gaon with Sindia (1803), i. 290; of
Khelat (1854), ii. 31, 32; of Khelat
(1876), ii. 33 ; of Bassein with the
Peshwa (1802), ii. 192; of Dum-Dum
with Mir Kasim (1757), iv. 320; of
Gwalior with Sindia (1805), v. 231,
232 ; with the Nizam (1766, 1768, 1798,



1799. 1S00, 1853), v. 250-252; of
Mandesar with Holkar (iSiSj, vii. 6,
ix. 309 ; of Mahad with the Marathas
(1796), ix. 154; with Nepal (1816), x.
290; with Oudh (1765, 1768, 1772),
x. 490, (1856), x. 495 ; of Lahore with
the Sikhs (1846, 1849), xi - 265, 266,
267 ; of St. Thomas' Mount with
Haidar AH (1769), xii. 144; of Salbai
with Sindia (1784), xii. 150; of Wad-
gaon with the Marathas (1779), x »i-
505.
Tree ana I Serpent Worship, by J. Fergus-
son, quoted, article ' India,' vi. 204
(footnote 1).

Trepang, exported from the Nicobar
Islands, x. 297.

Trevandrum. See Trivandrum.

Trevelyan, Sir C. E., Governor of Madras
(1859-60), ix. 67.

Tribeni, bathing village in Bengal, xiii.

353, 354-
Tribes of the North - Western Provinces,
by Sir Henry Elliot, quoted, article
' India,' vi. 195 (footnote 2).

Trichendoor. See Tiruchendur.

Trichengoode. See Tiruchengod.

Trichinopoli, District in Madras, xiii.
354-363 ; physical aspects, 354, 355 ;
history, 355-357 ; population, 357-359 ;
agriculture, 359-361 ; natural calami-
ties, 361 ; communications, etc., 361 ;
trade, manufactures, etc., 361 ; admini-
stration, 361, 362; medical aspects,
etc., 363.

Trichinopoli, taluk in Madras, xiii. 363.

Trichinopoli, historic city in Madras, with
fort and temple, xiii. 363-365.

Trichur, ancient town in S. India, xiii.
365.,

Trikota, mountain in Kashmir, xiii. 365.

Trimbak, sacred town and hill fort in
Bombay, xiii. 365, 366.

Trimbak Rao, Maratha general, took
Gurramkonda (1771), v. 224; fought
battle with Raghunath Rao (1774), xi.
37-

Trimbak Rao Dhabarai, killed in battle
near Baroda (1731), ii. 160.

Trimohini, market village in Bengal, xiii.
366.

Trinomalai. See Tiruvannamalai.

'Triodon,' The, of Pliny and Strabo,
supposed to be near Charikar in Af-
ghanistan, i. 34.

Tripasur, town with fort in Madras, xiii.
366.

Tripatty. See Tirupati.

Tripatiir. See Tirupatur.

Triplicane, suburb of Madras, xiii. 367.

Tripunathorai, town in S. India, resi-
dence of Raja of Cochin, xiii. 367.

Trisrota. See Tista.



334



INDEX.



Tritani. See Tirutani.
Trivadi. See Settipattadai.
Trivandrum, North, taluk in Travancore,

xiii. 367.
Trivandrum, South, taluk in Travancore,

xiii. 367, 368.
Trivandrum, capital of Travancore, S.

India, with fort, palace, observatory,

cantonment, schools, etc., xiii. 368-370.
Trombay, port and customs division in

Bombay, xiii. 370.
Troubles of the early Indian Church,

article ' India,' vi. 240.
Trumpp, Dr. E., Grammar of the Sindhi

Language, quoted, article ' India,' vi.

335-

Tsam -bay-run. See Sabay-yun.

Tsan-pu, great river of Tibet, forming
upper waters of Brahmaputra, xiii.
371 ; article 'India,' vi. 13.

Tsan-rwe. See San-ywe.

Tshan-daw. See San-daw.

Tshee-goon. See Si-gun.

Tshwa. See Swa.

Tsit-toung. See Sittaung.

Tucker, Mr., defeated the mutineers of
Mirzapur (June 1857), ix. 454 ; and
drove them out of the District (Jan.
1858), ix. 455.

Tue-chi overthrow of the Grseco-Bactrian
settlement in the Punjab, article 'India,'
vi. 175.

Tughlak dynasty, The (1320-1414),
article 'India,' vi. 283-286; Ghiyas-
ud-din Tughlak (1320-24), 283; Mu-
hammad Tughlak (1324-51), 283; his
cruelties, forced currency, etc., 283,
284 ; revolt of the Provinces, 284 ;
revenue exactions, 284; 'man-hunts,'
284, 285; Firoz Shah Tughlak (1357-
88), 285 ; Mahmud Tughlak, 285 ;
Timur's invasion (1398), 285; ruin of
the Tughlak dynasty (1399-1414), 285,
286 %

Tukaram, Maratha Vishnuite religious
poet of the 17th century, article 'India,'
vi. 346.

Tukreswari, hill and temple in Assam,
xiii. 371, 372.

Tulamba. See Talamba.

Tularam Senapati, Cachar general, who
made himself independent, his history,
iii. 232, xiii. 372.

Tularam Senapati's Country, tract in
Assam, xiii. 372.

Tulasi Dungari, hill range in Madras,
xiii. 372.

Tulsi Bai, regent of Indore (1811-17),
when she was murdered, vii. 6.

Tulsi Das, devotee from Soron, built
temple at Rajapur (N. - W. P.), his
restrictions, xi. 385, 386.

Tulsipur, pargand in Oudh, xiii. 372-374.



Tulsipur, town in Oudh, xiii. 374, 375.

7«/j7-worshippers, Hindu sect at Akola,
i. 143.

Tuluva, ancient kingdom of S. India,
xiii. 375.

Tumbemale, mountain peak in Coorg,
xiii. 375.

Tumbhadra. See Tungabhadra.

Tiimkur, District in Mysore, xiii. 375"
381 ; physical aspects, 375, 376 ; his-
tory, 376, 377 ; population, 377, 378 ;
agriculture, 378, 379 ; manufactures,
etc., 379, 380; administration, 380;
medical aspects, 380, 381.

Tiimkur, town and taluk in Mysore, xiii.
38i.

Tumsar, market town in Central Pro-
vinces, xiii. 382.

Tuna, port in Cutch, xiii. 382.

Tundla, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.
382.

Tunga, river of Mysore, xiii. 382, 383.

Tungabhadra, great river of S. India,
xiii. 383 ; irrigation works, article
' India,' vi. 536.

Tuni, tract in Madras, xiii. 384.

Tura, hill station and mountain range in
Assam, xiii. 384.

Turaiyur, town in Madras, xiii. 384.

Turanian and Aryan migrations into
India from Central Asia, vi. 174, 175.

Turavamir, town in Mysore, xiii. 384.

Turbans, made at Janjira, vii. 139 ;
Jodhpur, vii. 239 ; Madura, ix. 130 ;
Rewari, xii. 57 ; Rohtak, xii. 77.

Turi, trading tribe in Kuram, viii. 368,

369..
Turk! invasions of India, article ' India,'

vi. 272.
Turkomans, Colony of, at Lakhnauti,

viii. 441.
Turmapuri, estate in Central Provinces,

xiii. 384, 385.
Turmbhen. See Trombay.
Turmeric, Export of, article 'India,' vi.

575. Local notices — Found or culti

vated in the Anamalai Hills, i. 271 ;

Anantapur, i. 277 ; North Arcot, i.

316; Bellary, ii. 245; Bengal, ii. 271,

304 ; Bombay, iii. 53 ; Dhar, iv. 246 ;

Dungarpur, iv. 323 ; Ganjam, v. 2 ;

Garo Hills, v. 31 ; Goa, v. 93 ;

Gwalior, v. 228 ; Haidarabad, v. 245 ;

Hazara, v. 365 ; Kandh-mals, vii. 400 ;

Kathiawar, viii. 96 ; Kolar, viii. 276 ;

Kumaun, viii. 354 ; Mao-san-ram, ix.

343; Nadiya, x. 135; Noakhali, x.

347 ; N.-W. Provinces, x. 382 ; Pabna,

x. 516; Palni Mountains, xi. 19; Puri,

xi. 306 ; Sarai Saleh, xii. 250 ; Simla,

xii. 493 ; Sitapur, xiii. 35 ; Tarai, xiii.

209 ; Tipperah, xiii. 317 ; Vontimetta,

xiii. 503.



INDEX.



335



Turner, Captain, his mission to Bhutan

(1783), ii. 416, 417.
Turner, Mr., one of the only three

Englishmen who have crossed the

Himalayas east of the Mariam-la pass,

v. 406.
Turnips, cultivated in Afghanistan, i. 38 ;

Bhutan, ii. 413 ; Dera Ghazi Khan, iv.

214; Talalabad, vii. 75; Jhang, vii.

210; Nilgiri Hills, x. 313; Sibsagar,

xii. 466.
Turquoises, formerly found in Jaipur, vii.

52-
Turtipar, town in N.-W. Provinces, xm.

385.

Turuvekere, town in Mysore, xm. 385.

Tuticorin, town and seaport in Madras,
xiii. 385, 386.

Tuwai. See Tipai.

Twan-te, town in Burma, xiii. 386.

Tweeddale, Marquis of, Governor of
Madras (1842-48), ix. 67.

Twenty-four Parganas, The, District in
Bengal, xiii. 387-399 ; physical aspects,
387-390 ; wild animals, 389 ; history,
390, 391 ; population, 391-394; village
heads, 394 ; agriculture, 394 - 396 ;
natural calamities, 396 ; commerce and
trade, etc., 396, 397; administration,
397, 398 ; medical aspects, 398, 399.

Tyamgondal, trading town in Mysore,
xiii. 399.



U



Ubauro, ancient town and taluk in Sind,

xiii. 399.
Uchad, petty State in Bombay, xiii. 400.
Uchahara. See Nagode.
Uchh, ancient ruins in Punjab, xiii. 400.
Udaipur (Mewar), State in Rajputana,

xiii. 400-409; physical aspects, 401 ;

population, 402 ; history, 402 - 408 ;

administration, 408, 409.
Udaipur, capital of State in Rajputana,

with palace, fortresses, and cenotaphs,

xiii. 409-411.
Udaipur, Native State in Chutia Nagpur,

xiii. 411, 412.
Udaipur, Sub - division in Bengal, xiii.

412.
Udaipur, former capital of Hill Tipperah

State, Bengal, with temple, xiii. 412,

4Ui-
Udaipur, Old, ruins in Bengal, xm. 413.
Udaipur Chhota. See Chhota Udaipur.
Udai Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, gave his

sister in marriage to Akbar, vii. 241.
Udai Singh, Rana of Mewar, his reign,

xiii. 404 ; made the Udai Sagar and

founded Udaipur, xiii. 409.
Udaiyarpalaiyam, town and idluk in

Madras, xiii. 413, 414.



Udalguri, village and fair in Assam, xiii.

414.
Udamalpet, town and idluk in Madras,

xiii. 414.
Udarband, village and fair in Assam, xiii.

4*4-
Udayagiri, taluk in Madras, xiii. 414.
Udayagiri, hill with Buddhist cave in

Orissa, xiii. 414, 415.
Udayagiri, village, hill, and taluk in

Madras, xiii. 415.
Uddhanpur, market village in Bengal,

xiii. 415.
Udhunala, battle - field in Bengal, xiii.
415; battle of, and defeat of Mir
Kasim, article ' India,' vi. 386.
Udejas, chief nomadic tribe in Thar and

Parkar, xiii. 266.
Udiarpolliem. See Udaiyarpalaiyam.
Udipi, sacred town and taluk in Madras,

xiii. 415, 416.
Udpur Ghelwa, village in N.-W. Pro-
vinces, xiii. 416.
Udumalpetai. See Udamalpet.
Ughi. See Agrore.
Ugrasen, celebrated Dom Raja of Gonda,

v. 147.
Ugii, town in Oudh, xiii. 416.
Uja. See Unja.
Ujhani, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

416.
Ujhari, village in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

417.
Ujjain, ancient capital in Central India,

xiii. 417, 418.
Uk-kan. See Ok-kan.
Ukli, town in Bombay, xiii. 418.
Ul, river of Oudh, xiii. 418.
Ula. See Birnagar.
Ula Kandi, commercial town in Bengal,

xiii. 418.
Ulubaria, trading town and Sub-division

in Bengal, xiii. 418, 419.
Ulvi, village and fair in Bombay, xiii.

419.
Ulwar. See Alwar.
Uma, the Aryan form of the wife of Siva,

article ' India,' vi. 211, 212.
Umananda, island and temple in Assam,

xiii. 419.
Umargarh, town in N.-W. Provinces,

xiii. 419.
Umaria, village in Central Provinces, xiii.

419.
Umarkher, town and temple in Berar,

xiii. 419, 420.
Umarkot, taluk in Sind, xiii. 420.
Umarkot, historic town in Sind, xiii.

420, 421 ; birthplace of Akbar, 421.
Umarpur, trading town in Bengal, xiii.

421.
Umarpur Niwan, suburb of Allahabad,
xiii. 421.



33 6



INDEX.



Umat. See La-ka-dong.

Umattur, village and former capital in

Mysore, xiii. 421.
Umballa. See Ambala.
Umbargaon, port and customs division

in Bombay, xiii. 421, 422.
Umed Khan, son of Shaista Khan,

Governor of Bengal, stormed Chitta-

gong (1665), iii. 436.
Umed Singh, Maharao Raja of Bundi,

helped Col. Monson in his retreat

(1804), iii. 158.
Umeta, petty State in Bombay, xiii. 422.
Um-iam. See Kiling.
Umra, Rana of Mewar, had to submit to

Jahangir (1616), xiii. 404, 405.
Umra, Rana of Mewar (1681-1716), led

rebellion of Rajput chiefs against

Faruksiyyar (1713), xiii. 405.
Umra Chand Barwa, Diwan of Udaipur,

his firmness with Sindia (1768), xiii.

406.
Umrapur, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

422.
Umraundi-Kalianpur, village in N.-W.

Provinces, xiii. 422.
Umrer, tahsil in Central Provinces, xiii.

422.
Umrer, manufacturing town in Central

Provinces, xiii. 423.
Umreth, town in Bombay, xiii. 423.
Umri, petty State in Central India, xiii.

423, 424.
Umri, estate in Central Provinces, xiii.

424.
Umri, village in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

424.
Umta, town in Baroda, xiii. 424.
Urn-thru. See Digru.
Un. See Kankrej.
Una and Delwara, ancient towns in

Kathiawar, xiii. 424, 425.
Una, town and tahsil in Punjab, xiii.

4 2 5-
Unao, District in Oudh, xiii. 426-436 ;
physical aspects, 426, 427 ; history,
427-430 ; mutiny, 429, 430 ; popula-
tion, 430, 431 ; agriculture, 431-434;
means of communication, etc., 434;
manufactures, trade, etc., 434, 435 ;
administration, 435 ; medical aspects,

435-

Unao, town, tahsil, and pargana in
Oudh, xiii. 436, 437.

Unbeaten Tracks in Japan, by Miss
Bird, quoted, article 'India,' vi. 152
(footnote 3); 202 (footnote 1) ; 224
(footnote 3).

Unchehra. See Nagode.

Unchhali, village and waterfall in Bom-
bay, xiii. 437.

Under-peopled Districts and Provinces,
article ' India,' vi. 47.



Unequal pressure of population on the

land, article ' India,' vi. 49.
United States, India's trade with, article

' India,' vi. 578, 579.
Universities, Indian, article ' India,' vi.

475> 476. See also Bombay, iii. 71 ;

Calcutta, iii. 259 ; Lahore, viii. 418,

xi. 290 ; Madras, ix. 78.
Unja, town in Baroda, xiii. 437.
Untha Dhura. See Anta Dhura.
Untri, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii. 438.
Upendra Bhanj, Raja of Gumsar, a

famous Uriya poet, article ' India,' vi.

344-

Upleta, port in Kathiawar, xiii. 438.

Upmaka, village and temple in Madras,
xiii. 438.

Uppada cloth, made in Godavari Dis-
trict, v. 129.

Upparavas, salt and saltpetre makers in
Madras, ix. 20.

Upper Godavari, former District in
Central Provinces, xiii. 438.

Upper Sind Frontier, District in Sind,
xiii. 438-449 ; physical aspects, 438-
440 ; canal system, 439 ; population,
440 - 445 ; border tribes, 441 - 445 ;
agriculture, 445, 446 ; means of com-
munication, 446 ; manufactures, 447 ;
trade and commerce, 447 ; administra-
tion, 447, 448 ; medical aspects, 448,
449.

Uppinangadi, town and tdlnk in Madras,
xiii. 449.

Upray, village and shrine in Berar, xiii.
449.

Uprora, estate in Central Provinces, xiii.
449.

Urai, town and tahsil in N.-W. Provinces,
xiii. 449, 450.

Uraiyur. See Trichinopoli city.

Uran, town, customs division, and dis-
tillery in Bombay, xiii. 450. See also
Karanja.

Uraons, aboriginal tribe in Western Ben-
gal and Chutia Nagpur, article ' India,'
vi. 71 (footnote). Local notices —
Gangpur, iv. 478 ; Jalpaiguri, vii. 112 ;
Jashpur, vii. 146 ; Lohardaga, viii.
480 ; Sarguja, xii. 267 ; Singhbhum,

xii. 535-
Uravakonda, town in Madras, xiii. 451.
Urcha, Buddhist village in Bashahr,

Punjab, xiii. 451.
Urchha. See Orchha.
U-rit-taung, pagoda in Burma, xiii. 451.
U-rit-taung, East, township in Burma,

xiii. 451.
U-rit-taung, West, township in Burma,

xiii. 451.
Uriya. Sec Auraiya.
Uriya vernacular writers and poets,

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Urlam, taluk in Madras, xiii. 451.

Urmar, town in Punjab, xiii. 451.

Ursi, Rana of Mewar (1762), his history
and war with Sindia, xiii. 406, 407.

Urum Islampur, town in Bombay, xiii.
452.

Lsar or kdldr plains, impregnated with
reh or saline efflorescence, and there-
fore unfit for cultivation, found in
Agra, i. 60 ; Aligarh, i. 168 ; Allah-
abad, i. 180; Amritsar, i. 255 ; Azam-
garh, i. 392-397; Ballia, ii. 28;
Benares, ii. 255 ; Budaun, ii. 120 ;
Bulandshahr, iii. 131 ; Cawnpur, iii.
280 ; Etah, iv. 358 ; Etawah, iv. 367-
370 ; Farukhabad, iv. 409 ; Fatehpur,
iv. 422, 423 ; Ghazipur, v. 62 ;
Gorakhpur, v. 164 ; Hardoi, v. 321 ;
Jaunpur, vii. 150, 15 1 ; Kakori, vii.
311 ; Karnal, viii. 25 ; Larkhana, viii.
462 ; Lucknow, viii. 493 ; Mainpuri,
ix. 202 ; Meerut, ix. 382 ; Mehar, ix.
396 ; Mohan Auras, ix. 470 ; Mohan-
lalganj, ix. 472 ; Muzaffarnagar, x. 67-
J2; N.-W. Provinces, x. 376; Oudh,
x. 482 ; Partabgarh, xi. 68 ; Punjab,
xi. 253 ; Shikarpur, xii. 385 ; Sialkot,
xii. 440 ; Sitapur, xiii. 30 ; Unao,
xiii. 426.

Usia, town in N.-W. Provinces, xiii.

452.
Uska, trading town in N.-W. Provinces,

xiii. 452.
Usman's Arab expedition to Thana and

Broach (647), vi. 268.
Usur, town and remount depot in Madras,

xiii. 452.
Usurpation of Aurungzeb, and murder of

his brothers, article ' India,' vi. 306,

307.
Utakamand (Ootacamund), hill station,
sanitarium, and plateau in Madras, xiii.

452-454.
Utal, estate in Central Provinces, xiii.

454-
Utan, seaport in Bombay, xiii. 454.
Utarpara. See Uttarpara.
Utch. See Uchh.
Utman Bulak, tahsil in Punjab, xiii.

454, 455- , , . ,

Utman Khel, Pathan tribe in Afghanistan,

i. 42.
Up-po. See Ot-po.
Utraula, tahsil 'in Oudh, xiii. 455.
Utraula, pargand and historic estate in

Oudh, xiii. 455-458.
Utraufa, town in Oudh, xiii. 458.
Uttal. See Utal.
Uttamapalaiyam, town in Madras, xiii.

458.
Uttamapuram, town in Madras, xiii.

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Uttankarai, town and taluk in Madras,

xiii. 458.
Uttarpara, town and public library in

Bengal, xiii. 459.
Uttiranmerur, historic town and temples

in Madras, xiii. 459.
Uttur, town and temples in Bombay,

xiii. 459.
Utukur. See Vutukur.
Uzbegs, the ruling race in Afghan-Turk-

istan, i. 55.



Vaccination, Statistics of, in Ahmadabad,
i. 93 ; Ahmadnagar, i. 107 ; Akola, i.
146 ; Amraoti, i. 250; Assam, i. 373 ;
Azamgarh, i. 401 ; Bangalore, ii. 65 ;
Baroda, ii. 169 ; Basim, ii. 18S ;
Belgaum, ii. 237 ; Bombay Presidency,
iii. 7^; Broach, iii. Ill; Buldana,
iii. 148 ; Lower Burma, iii. 208 ;
Coorg, iv. 42 ; Damoh, iv. 113 ; Dhar-
war, iv. 265 ; Ellichpur, iv. 347 ;
Berar, v. 261 ; Henzada, v. 390 ;
Jaipur, vii. 59 ; Kaira, vii. 307 ;
Kaladgi, vii. 320 ; North Kanara,
vii. 374 ; Karachi, vii. 451 ; Khairpur,
viii. 137 ; Kolar, viii. 278; Kyauk-pyu,
viii. 389 ; Madras Presidency, ix. So,
city, ix. 119; Mahi Kantha, ix. 179;
Miraj (2), ix. 440, 441 ; Nasik, x.
235 ; Nellore, x. 271 ; N.-W. Pro-
vinces, x. 404 ; Oudh, x. 510; Panch
Mahals, xi. 34 ; Poona, xi. 210 ;
Rajputana, xi. 424 ; Ratnagiri, xii. 12 ;
Satara, xii. 284 ; Shikarpur, xii. 394 ;
Sholapur, xii. 420 ; Sind, xii. 525 ;
Surat, xiii. 131 ; Tinnevelli, xiii. 311 ;
Udiapur, xiii. 409 ; Wiin, xiii. 546.

Vada. See Wada.

Vadagenhalli, trading town in Mysore,
xiii. 460.

Vadakara. See Badagara.

Vadakattalai, town in Madras, xiii. 460.

Vadaku Valiyur, town and tank in
Madras, xiii. 460.

Vadaku Viravanallur. See Viravanalliir.

Vadal. See Wadal.

Vadali. See Wadali.

Vadapathi Melpathi, town in Madras,
xiii. 460.

Vadars, hill tribe in Kolaba, viii.
265.

Vadasinor. See Balasinor.

Vaigai, river in Madura, Madras, xiii.
460.

Vaikom, town and taluk in Travancore,
xiii. 460, 461.



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Vairog, trading town in Bombay, xiii.



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