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461.

Vairowal, town in Punjab, xiii. 461.

Vaiseshikha, one of the six darsanas or
Brahmanical systems of philosophy,
vi. 99.

Vaisya, or cultivating caste of ancient
India, article 'India,' vi. 90, 196.

Vala. See Wala.

Valabhi, ancient Hindu dynasty in
Western India and Sind (480 - 722
A.D.), their overthrow by Arab in-
vaders of Sind, article ' India,' vi.
182.

Valajabadu. See Walajabad.

Valangiman, town in Madras, xiii. 461.

V alarpattanam. See Beliapatam.

Valavanur, village in Madras, xiii. 461.

Valdavur, village in Madras, near Pondi-
cherri, xiii. 461.

Valentia, Lord, his description of Cal-
cutta in 1803, quoted, iii. 244 ; quoted
on Mianganj, ix. 421.

Valentyn, on the Dutch factory at Than-
lyin (Syriam), xiii. 158.

Valiyur. See Vadaku Valiyur.

Vallabhacharya, Vishnuite reformer,
lived at Kheralu, viii. 189.

Vallabha-swami, Vishnuite religious re-
former (1520 A.D.), Krishna-worship,
article 'India,' vi. 221, 222. Local
notices — Preached his reforms at Gokul,
v. 142 ; his doctrine of pleasure and
of Vishnu as Krishna, x. 444, 445.

Vallamars, fresh - water fishermen in
Cochin, iv. 4.

Vallam Vadakusetti, town in Madras,
near Tanjore, xiii. 462.

Vallemgiman. See Valangiman.

Vallur, town and estate in Madras, xiii.
462.

Valmiki, the reputed composer of the
Ratnayana, article 'India,' vi. 123;
said to have lived at Avani, i. 390.

Valsad. See Bulsar.

Valteru. See Waltair.

Valuvanad, taluk in Madras, xiii. 462.

Vamsadhara, river of Central India, xiii.
462.

Vanarasi, sacred village and cattle fair in
Mysore, xiii. 462, 463.

Vanathali. See Wanthali.

Vanbhachran. See Wanbhachran.

Van Cortland t, General, defeated the
mutineers of Hissar (1857), v. 428.

Vandavasu. See Wandiwash.

Van den Broeck, visited Aden on behalf
of the Dutch East India Company
(1614), i. 16.

Van den Broucke's map of India (1660),
quoted, on Sherpur (Bogra), xii. 381 ;
on the Twenty-four Parganas, xiii. 390.



Van de Putte, speaks of Sikkim as

Bramashok, xii. 484.
Vanilla, grown in Mysore, x. 103.
Vaniyambadi, trading town in Madras,

xiii. 463.
Vanmala, petty State in Bombay, xiii.

463.
Van Moens, Adrien, Dutch governor,

enlarged and strengthened the fort of

Cochin (1778), iv. 12.
Van Rheede, Dutch governor of Malabar,

published Hortus Malabarictis, the first

work on the flora of Southern India,

ix. 81 ; his tomb at Surat, xiii. 135.
Vansittart, Mr., Governor of Bengal,

tried to improve Calcutta, iii. 244 ;

made convention with Mir Kasim

(1763), xi. 95.
Vanspall, Dutch Governor of Cochin,

refused to surrender to the English

( I 795)» when the town was taken,

iv. 12.
Varada, river of S. India, xiii. 463.
Varahanadi, river in Madras, xiii. 463,

464-
Varahi. See Warahi.
Vararuchi, Prakrit grammarian of the

first century B.C., article ' India,' vi.

336, 337-
Varthema, Luis de, visited Aden (1503),
i. 16 ; mentions a town called Bengala,
ii. 269 ; speaks of Quilon as Kaulam,

xi. 339-

Vasco da Gama, his three voyages to
India, and death at Cochin, article
' India,' vi. 356-358. Local notices —
Inhospitably received at Calicut (1498),
and bombarded that town (1502), iii.
269; visited Cannanore (1498), and
established a factory there (1505), iii.
276 ; established factory at Cochin
(1502), iv. 11 ; died at Cochin (1524)
and his body buried there, but removed
to Portugal (1538), iv. 12; the first
Indian land he saw, Mount Delly, iv.
197 ; quoted, on Kayal, which he calls
Caell, viii. 107 ; his visit to Malabar
(1498), ix. 221 ; first cast anchor near
Quilandi(i498), xi. 339.

Vaso. See Waso.

Vastara, village in Mysore, xiii. 464.

Vasudeo Balwant Phadke, dakdit leader,
captured (1879) on hi s wav to Pand-
harpur, xi. 38.

Vasudevanallur, town in Madras, xiii.
464.

Vattilagundu, village and battle-field in
Madras, xiii. 464.

Vattirayiruppu. See Watrap.

Vaughan, two brothers, both majors,
murdered at Talegaon Dabhara(i8i7),
xiii. 166.



INDEX.



339



Vayalpad, town and taluk in Madras, |
xiii. 464.

Vayanadu. See Wainad.

Vayitiri. See Vyteri.

Vecchi, Signor de, started silk culture
and weaving at Kengeri, viii. 114, 11 5.

Vedaganga, river of Deccan, xiii. 465.

Vedantas, two of the six darsanas, or
Brahmanical systems of philosophy,
vi. 99.

Vedas, the four Sanskrit hymnals, article
' India,'" vi. 77-89 ; their antiquity and
inspired origin, 78; caste and widow-
burning unknown, 78 ; Aryan civilisa-
tion in the Vedas, 79 ; the gods of the
Vedas, 78-81 ; a Vedic hymn, 82, 83 ;
Vedic prayers, 83, 84 ; Vedic legend
of Yama, the king of death, 85 ; Vedic
conceptions of immortality, 86 ; the
Rig- Veda composed during the march
of the Aryans through Upper India,
86, 87 ; the Sama Veda, Yajur Veda,
and Atharva Veda composed at a later
date than the Rig -Veda, after the
Brahmans had established their priestly
power, 88 ; the Brahmans or inspired
guides to the four Vedas, 88, 89.

Vedavati, river of S. India, xiii. 465. "

Vegetables, Cultivation of, article 'India,'
vi. 490. Local notices — Cultivated in
Agra, i. 64 ; Ambala, i. 220 ; Am-
raoti, i. 248 ; Amritsar, i. 260 ; Ban-
galore, ii. 63 ; Bengal, ii. 304 ; Bhutan,
ii. 413 ; Buldana, iii. 146 ; Upper
Burma, iii. 210 ; Cachar, iii. 236 ;
Chanda, iii. 353 ; Chittagong Hill
Tracts, iii. 450, 451 ; Daphla Hills, iv.
119; Deoria,iv.2o6; Dungarpur, iv.323;
Eastern Dwars, iv. 333 ; Gujranwala,
v. 184; Gujrat, v. 193; Gurdaspur,
v. 211 ; Haidarabad, v. 245; Hardoi,
v. 326; Henzada, v. 388; HillTipperah,
v. 400 ; Jalalabad, vii. 75 ; Jhabua, vii.
195 ; Jhang, vii. 210 ; Kashmir, viii.
72 ; Kolhapur, viii. 281 ; Lahore, viii.
410; Larkhana, viii. 463; Lucknow,
viii. 498 ; Madras, ix. 30 ; Manipur,
ix. 331 ; Meerut, ix. 387 ; Mehar, ix.
397 ; Mergui, ix. 409, 410 ; Mysore,
x. 100 ; Nepal, x. 276 ; Nilgiri Hills,
x. 313; N.-W. Provinces, x. 382;
Orissa, x. 459 ; Peshawar, xi. 146 ;
Ranchi, xi. 468 ; Rangpur, xi. 496 ;
Saharanpur, xii. 120 ; Satara, xii. 280 ;
Sialkot, xii. 446 ; Sibsagar, xii. 466 ;
Simla, xii. 493 ; Sitapur, xiii. 35 ;
Sultanpur, xiii. 100 ; Tanjore, xiii.
187 ; Tumkur, xiii. 378 ; Twenty-four
Parganas, xiii. 394 ; Unao, xiii. 432 ;
Wellington, xiii. 536.

Vehar, reservoir near Bombay, xiii. 465,
466.



Vejanoness, petty State in Kathiawar,

xiii. 466.
Vekria, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

466, 467.
Vellakovil, village in Madras, xiii.

467.
Vellar, river in Madras, xiii. 467.
Vellore, taluk in Madras, xiii. 467.
Vellore, historic town and cantonment in

Madras, xiii. 467-469 ; siege by Haidar

Ali (1780), 468; mutiny (1806), 469,

vi. 399.
Velpiir, town in Madras, xiii. 469.
Velvet work, article 'India,' vi. 603.
Vembakottai, town in Madras, xiii. 469.
Vempalli, town and temple in Madras,

xiii. 469.
Venables, Mr., attacked the mutineers

at Azamgarh (1857), i. 394; had the

village of Dubari granted to him, iv.

317.

\ engurla, taluk in Bombay, xiii. 469.

Vengurla, town, seaport, lighthouse, and
former pirate stronghold in Bombay,
xiii. 469, 470.

Vengurla Rock, lighthouse in Bombay,
xiii. 470.

Venkaji, Sivaji's brother, succeeded
Shahji in the K.a.ma.tik j'dgirs, i. 313 ;
sold Bangalore to the Raja of Mysore
(1687), ii. 61 ; founded dynasty at
Tanjore, xiii. 192.

Venkatagiri, town, taluk, and ancient
estate in Madras, xiii. 470, 471.

Ventipur, ruins in Kashmir, xiii. 471.

Ventura, Italian general of Ranjit Singh,
held District of Dera Ghazi Khan
(1830-32), iv. 212; stormed Kamla-
garh (1840), vii. 353; conquered
Mandi (1840), ix. 298.

Vepery, suburb of Madras city, xiii. 471.

Veppattur, town in Madras, xiii. 471.

Veppu. See Vypin.

Veranilai, town in Madras, xiii. 471.

Verapoli, Roman Catholic station and
vicariate in S. India, xiii. 471, 472 ;
vi. 257.

Verasharoon. See Viravasaram.

Verawal, seaport in Kathiawar, xiii. 472.

Verelst, H., Governor of Bengal (1767-
69), ii. 278 ; tried to improve Calcutta,
iii. 244 ; his speech at the Punya
festival at the Motijhil, Murshidabad
(1767), x. 37.

Vernacular journalism, vi. 480, 481.

Vernaculars (Indian) and their litera-
ture, article ' India,' vi. chap. xiii. pp.
3 2 5'355- See Indian Vernaculars and
their literature.

Vernag, spring in Kashmir, xiii. 472.

Vesava, port in Bombay, xiii. 472, 473.

Ves/i, or redistribution of land at certain



340



INDEX.



periods, still in use near Jalalabad,
vii. 75.

Vettatapudiyangadi. See Betulipiyudan-
gadi.

Vettavalum, estate in Madras, xiii. 473.

Viceroys and Governors-General of India,
article 'India,' vi. 384.

Yichhawad, petty State in Kathiawar,
xiii. 473.

Victoria-Gitika, Sanskrit ode, in cele-
bration of the sovereigns of England,
vi. in.

Victoria Point, marking the extreme
eastern and southern limits of Burma,
at the mouth of the Kra river, the
boundary between Tenasserim and
Siam, article ' India,' vi. 4.
View of Hindu Law, by Mr. Nelson,
article ' India,' vi. 195 (footnote 2).

Vigai. See Vaigai.

Vigne's Travels in Kashmir (1842),
quoted, on Amarnath, i. 21 1 ; Iskardo,
vii. 30 ; the iron of Kashmir, viii. 67 ;
the temple of Matan, ix. 360.

Vijaiadrug. See Viziadrug.

Vijapur, estate in Central Provinces, xiii.

Vijapur, town in Baroda, xiii. 473.

Vijayanagar, ancient capital in S. India,
xiii. 473. See also Hampi.

Vijayanagar, Hindu kingdom of S. India
"( 1 185-1565), subjugation by the Mu-
hammadans at the battle of Talikot,
article ' India,' vi. 286, 288.

Vijayanagaram. See Vizianagram.

Vij ay anon ess. See Vejanoness.

Vikramaditya, king of Ujjain (57 B.C.),
his war with the Scythian invaders,
article ' India,' vi. 181. Local notices
— Built temple at Debi Patan, iv. 164 ;
his power and reign, xii. 130; his
capital at Ujjain, xiii. 417.

Vilakankod, taluk in Travancore, xiii.

473-
Villages of the Arakan hill tribes, i. 301 ;
of the Deori Chutiyas, hi. 467 ; of the
Daphlas, iv. 119 ; in Dharwar, iv.
261 ; of the Garos, v. 29 ; in Hazara,
v. 366 ; of the Juangs, vii. 250 ; in
Kangra, vii. 419 ; in Kashmir, viii.
70 ; of the Kols, viii. 254-256 ; of the
Malayalis, ix. 239, 240 ; of the Mikirs,
ix. 436, 437 ; of the Miris, ix. 444,
448 ; of the Mishmis, ix. 463 ; of the
Rengma Nagas, x. 148 ; of the An-
gami Nagas, x. 149 ; of the Kukis, x.
150; of the Nicobarians, x. 296; of
the Todas, x. 310; of the Peshawar
Pathans, xi. 152, 153 ; in Rawal
Tindi, xii. 28; of the Santals, xii.
239 ; of the Kols in Singhbhum, xii.
537 ; in Sirmur, xii. 555.



Village Watchmen or Rural Police. See
Administration section of each District
article.

Villupuram, town and taluk in Madras,
xiii. 474.

Vincent's, Dean, Cojnmerce and Naviga-
tion of the Ancients in the Indian
Ocean, quoted, article ' India,' vi. 164
(footnote 1) ; 356 (footnote).

Vinchur, town and petty State in Bom-
bay, xiii. 474.

Vindhya, mountain range dividing the
Deccan from Hindustan, xiii. 474-476 ;
geology, 475 ; mythology, 475, 476 ;
article 'India,' vi. 35, 36; geology,
vi. 635.

Vines, Cultivation of. See Grapes.

Vingurla. See Vengurla.

Vinjamur, village in Madras, xiii. 476. j

Vinukonda, town, hill fort, and taluk in
Madras, xiii. 476.

Viraghottam, town in Madras, xiii. 476.

Virajanadi, watercourse in Mysore, xiii.

476, 477-
Viramgam, town and taluk in Bombay,

xiii - 477-
Virampura, petty State in Bombay, xm.

477-

Vira Rajendra, the national hero of the
Coorgs, his history, iv._ 30, 31 ; his
mausoleum at Merkara, ix. 414.

Vira-rajendra-pet, town and Christian
settlement in Coorg, xiii. 477, 478.

Viravalli, taluk in Madras, xiii. 478.

Viravanallur, town in Madras, xiii. 478.

Viravasaram, town and old English settle-
ment in Madras, xiii. 478. _

Virawah, village in Sind, xiii. 478.

Virdel, taluk in Bombay, xiii. 478, 479.

Virpur, town and State in Kathiawar,

xiii - 479-
Virpur Kharedi, town in Kathiawar, xm.

479-
Viruddhachalam, taluk in Madras, xm.

479-
Viruddhachalam. sacred town and temple

in Madras, xiii. 480.
Virudupati, trading town in Madras, xiii.

480.
Virwa, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

480.
Visakhapatnam. See Vizagapatam.
Visapur, hill fort in Bombay, xiii. 480.
Vishalgarh, Native State in Bombay, xiii.

480, 481.
Vishnu, the Preserver, the second person

of the Hindu triad, vi. 98. See also

Hinduism.
Vishnuite symbols in Hinduism, vi. 206.
Vishnu Purdna, The, by Dr. H. H.

Wilson, quoted, article ' India,' vi.

216, 217, and footnotes.



INDEX.



34i



Vishnu-worship, article ' India,' vi. 215-
226 ; Vishnu and Siva compared, 215 ;
incarnations of Vishnu, 215, 216 ; the
Vishnu Purana, the eighteen Puranas,
216, 217; Brahmanical and popular
Vishnuism, 217 ; Vishnuite religious
reformers (1150-1520 A.D.), 217-222;
Vishnuite sects, 223 ; theistic move-
ments in Vishnuism, 223 ; Jagannath,
223-225 ; the truth about the Car
Festival, 224, 225 ; bloodless worship
of Jagannath, 225, 226. Local notices
— Kenduli, viii. 114; Khardah, viii.
167 ; Kheralu, viii. 189 ; Mahaban,
ix. 191, 192; Melukote, ix. 404;
Orissa, x. 437"455-

Visnagar, ancient town in Baroda, xiii.
4S1.

Vissauapet, village, estate, and taluk in
Madras, xiii. 481.

Viswaganga, river of Berar, xiii. 481,
482.

Viswanath, founder of the Nayak dynasty
in Madura, his feudal system, ix. 122,
123; rebuilt Tinnevelli, xiii. 312;
ruled over Trichinopoli, xiii. 356 ;
fortified Trichinopoli, and built palace
there, xiii. 364.

Viswa Singh, great Koch ruler, intro-
duced Brahman colony into Assam, i.
353; his empire extended from Darrang
to Purniah, iv. 329.

Vita, town in Bombay, xiii. 482.

Vital statistics of India, article ' India,'
vi. chap. xxv. pp. 665 - 686 ; the
principal sources of health returns, 665 ;
untrustworthy registration statistics,
666, 667 ; death - rate and average
duration of life in India, 666, 667 ;
birth and death rates for different Pro-
vinces, 667-679 ; health and mortality
in the European army, 675 ; 680-682 ;
in the native army, 682-684 ; jail vital
statistics, 684-686. See also the Medical
Aspects section of each Provincial and
District article.

Vithalgarh, petty State in Kathiawar,
xiii. 482.

Vitriol, Blue, found in Rajputana, xi.
401 ; at Khetri in Shaikhawati, xii. 371.

Vittar, river in Madras, xiii. 482.

Viveash, Mr., Collector of Kanara, made
new settlement there, vii. 383.

Vizagapatam, District in Madras, xiii.
482 - 497 ; physical aspects, 482 - 484 ;
history, 484 - 489 ; recent history of
Rajas, 488 ; population, 489 - 492 ;
aboriginal tribes, 491 ; agriculture,
492, 493 ; irrigation, 493 ; manufac-
ture and trade, 493, 494 ; administra-
tion, 494-496; education, 495, 496;
medical aspects, 496, 497.



Vizagapatam, taluk in Madras, xiii. 497.
Vizagapatam, ancient town, seaport, and

cantonment in Madras, xiii. 497, 498.
Viziadrug, seaport and ancient fort in

Bombay, xiii. 49S, 499.
Vizianagram, historic estate in Madras,

xiii. 499-502. See also Vizagapatam.
Vizianagram, taluk in Madras, xiii. 502.
Vizianagram, town and cantonment in

Madras, xiii. 502, 503.
Vizianarayanam, town in Madras, xiii.

503-
Viziarama Raz, Maharaja of \ lzianagram

(1759-94), his history, xiii. 500, 501.
Viziarama Gajapati Raz, Maharaja of

Vizianagram (1845-78), xiii. 501, 502.
Volcanic eruptions, Bassein (mud), ii.

193 ; Cheduba Island (inflammable

gas), iii. 378 ; Foul Island (mud), iv.

450 ; Kyauk-pyii (mud), viii. 3S5.
Von Bohlen, Das Alte Indicn, quoted,

article ' India,' vi. no (footnote 2).
Vonipenta, town in Madras, xiii. 503.
Vontimitta, town and temple in Madras,

xiii. 503.
Vridachellam. See Viruddhachalam.
Vutukur, village in Madras, xiii. 503.
Vyankat Rao, zamindar of Arpalli and

Ghot, mutinied with Babu Rao (1858),

murdered three telegraph employes,

was arrested (i860), and sentenced to

transportation, iii. 351.
Vyasa, Brahman sage, the legendary

compiler of the four Vedas(3ioi B.C.),

and of the epic of the Mahabharata,

article 'India,' vi. 118.
Vygai. See Vaigai.
Vypin, historic island in S. India, xiii.

5°4-
Vyteri, town in Madras, xiii. 504.



\V



Wada, village and taluk in Bombay, xiii.

504, 505-

Wadal, petty State in Kathiawar, xm.

Wadali, petty State in Kathiawar, xm.

505-
Wadali, ancient capital in Bombay, xm.

5°5- , , .

Waddars, nomadic tribe in Dharwar, iv.

260.
Wade, Colonel Sir Claude, his march

through the Khaibar Pass (1839), i.

49 ; his campaign there, viii. 125.
Wadgaon, town in Poona, Bombay, scene

of convention of 1778-79, xiii. 525 ;

vi. 391.



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INDEX.



Wadgaon, town in Kolhapur State,

Bombay, xiii. 505.
Wadgaon, town in Berar, xiii. 505, 506.
Wadhwan. See Dang States.
Wadhwan, Native State in Kathiawar,

xiii. 506.
Wadhwan, chief town of State in

Kathiawar, centre of cotton trade,

xiii. 506, 507.
Wadhwan, British station in Kathiawar,

xiii. 507.
Wadnagar, historic capital and Sub-
division in Baroda, xiii. 507.
Wadner, village in Central Provinces,

xiii. 508.
Wadod. See Warod.
Wa-ga-ru, township in Burma, xiii. 508.
Wa-gay-ma, village in Burma, xiii. 508.
Waghari, river of Berar, xiii. 508.
Waghars, descendants of Hindu pirates in

Karumbhar Island, viii. 50.
Waghelas, Rajput clan in Ahmadabad, i.

89 ; in Cutch, iv. 61.
Waghorn, Lieut., pioneer of the Overland

Route, hi. 76.
Wagra, taluk in Bombay, xiii. 508.
Wagris, wild tribe in Cambay, iii. 271.
Wagwari, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

Wahabis, fanatical Muhammadan sect in
South Arcot, i. 323 ; Bangalore, ii.
62; Bogra, iii. 28 ; Dinajpur, iv. 293 ;
Maldah, ix. 243; Patna, xi. 99; Santal
Parganas, xii. 230 ; Travancore, xiii.
347 ; Twenty-four Parganas, xiii. 393.

Wai, sacred town and taluk in Bombay,
xiii. 509.

Waigaon, town in Central Provinces, xiii.
509, 510.

Wainad, highland taluk in Madras, with
coffee plantations and gold-mining, xiii.
510-512.

Wainad, South - east, Sub-division in
Madras, xiii. 512.

Wainganga, great river of Central Pro-
vinces, xiii. 512.

Wair. See Wer.

Wairagarh, ancient town and pai'gand in
Central Provinces, xiii. 513.

Wajid Ali Khan, last king of Oudh
(1847-56), built the Kaisar Bagh and
other buildings at Lucknow, viii. 510,
511; deposed (1856), x. 494, 495.

Wajiria, petty State in Bombay, xiii. 513.

Wake, Herwald, defender of Arrah in the
Mutiny (1857), i. 333; xii. 329.

Wakori, village in Central Provinces, xiii.

513-

Waktapur, petty State in Bombay, xiii.

513, 514.
Wala, Native State in Kathiawar, xiii.

514.



Wala, chief town of State and ancient
capital in W. India, xiii. 514.

Walaja, taluk in Madras, xiii. 515.

Walajabad, town and former military
station in Madras, xiii. 515.

Walajapet, town in Madras, xiii. 515.

Walam, town in Baroda, xiii. 515.

Walasna, petty State in Bombay, xiii.
515,^516.

Walidad Khan, mutineer leader (1857),
in Bareilly, ii. 140; Budaun, iii. 118;
Bulandshahr, iii. 134 ; repulsed from
Hapur, v. 318 ; had been jdgirddr of
Malagarh, ix. 236 ; threatened Meerut,
ix. 385.

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

Wali Muhammad, jdgirddr of Chandko,
was deprived of his estate by Mir Ali
Murad, and reinstated by Sir C. Napier,

iii- 359-
Walker, Colonel, made settlement of

Kathiawar (1807-08), viii. 91.
Walker, Colonel, referred to, on the

Safed Koh Mountains, xii. 98, 99.
Walker, Mr., quoted, on the value of

ants in forming soil, v. 244.
Wallace, Colonel W., died (1809), re-
garded as a holy man, and his tomb at

Sirur worshipped, xiii. 23.
Walpole, General Sir R., restored order

in Cawnpur District (Dec. 1857 -May

1858), iii. 283; retook Etawah (1858),

iv. 372.
Walsad. See Bulsar.
Waltair, town and cantonment in Madras,

xiii. 516.
Walwa, taluk in Bombay, xiii. 516.
Wan, river of Berar, xiii. 516, 517.
Wanala, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

517.
Wanbhachran, town in Punjab, xiii.

517.

Wandiwash, taluk in Madras, xiii. 517.

Wandiwash, town in Madras, and battle-
field, xiii. 517, 518; battle of, and
defeat of the French under Lally by
Sir Eyre Coote (1760), article ' India,'
vi. 379, 380.

Wandren. See Bandra.

Wangadra, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

5 l8 ',
Wankaner, petty State in Kathiawar,

xiii. 518.

Wankaner, town in Kathiawar, xiii. 519.

Wanna, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

519-
Wanod, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

5 J 9- ,
Wansda. See Bansda.

Wanthali, ancient town in Kathiawar,

xiii. 519.



INDEX.



343



Wao, town and Native State in Bombay,
xiii. 519, 520.

Waori Dharwala, petty State in Kathia-
war, xiii. 520.

Waori Wachhani, petty State in Kathia-
war, xiii. 520.

War, Art of, in Vedicand Sanskrit times,
article ' India,' vi. no.

Waragam, petty State in Bombay, xiii.
520.

Warahi, town and Native State in Bom-
bay, xiii. 520, 521.

Waralis, wandering tribe in Ahmad-
nagar, i. 100 ; Nasik, x. 231 ; Poona,
xi. 205.

Warangal, historic capital in Deccan, xiii.
521.

'Warangaon, town in Bombay, xiii. 521,
522.

Waraseonf, town in Central Provinces,
xiii. 522.

Warbah, petty State in Assam, xiii. 522.

Wareha, salt-mine in Punjab, xiii. 522.

Ward, Sir H. G., Governor of Madras
(i860), ix. 67; buried in St. Mary's
Church there, ix. 109.

Ward, Baptist missionary at Serampur,
xii. 318.

Wardha, District in Central Provinces,
xiii. 522-529; physical aspects, 522-
524 ; history, 524, 525 ; population,
525, 526 ; agriculture, 526, 527 ; com-
merce and trade, 527, 528 ; admini-
stration, 528 ; physical aspects, 528,

529-,
\\ ardha, tahsil in Central Provinces, xiii.

529-,
Wardha, town and centre of cotton trade

in Central Provinces, xiii. 529.
Wardha, river in Central Provinces, xiii.

53°- ,

Wardwan, valley in Kashmir, xiii. 530.
Wari, town and lake i-n Bombay, xiii.

530, 531-

Wariya, king of Siam, his origin and
wars in Martaban, i. 235, 236 ; con-
quered Taung-ngu, xiii. 221.

Warnolimoti, petty State in Bombay,

T xiii - 53i- .
W arnolinani, petty State in Bombay, xiii.

53 1 -

Warnolmal, petty State in Bombay, xiii.

53i-
\\ arod (1), petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

531.

Warod (2), petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

53 1 -,

Warora, commercial town, tahsil, par-
gand, and coal-mine in Central Pro-
vinces, xiii. 532 ; coal - field, article
' India,' vi. 620.

Warren Hastings. See Hastings, Warren.



Warsora, petty State in Bombay, xiii. 533.
Wartal, sacred town in Bombay, xiii.

533-
Warud. See Barur.
Wasan Sewada, petty State in Bombay,

xiii. 533-
Wasan Virpur, petty State in Bombay,

xiii. 533-
Washermanpetta, suburb of Madras city,

xiii. 533.
Wasna, petty State in Bombay, xiii. 533.
Waso, town in Baroda, xiii. 533.
Wassawad, petty State in Kathiawar, xiii.

534-

Wasurna. See Dang States.

Waterfalls, on Mount Abu, i. 5 ; at
Ajanta, i. 113; Amarkantak, i. 210;
Papanassam, i. 226 ; in the Anamalai
Hills, i. 270 ; of the Barapoli river, ii.
123; the Barkal Rapids, ii. 155, 156;
of the Beypur river, ii. 335; in Bhutan,
ii. 412 ; of the Bihar river at Chachai,
ii. 421 ; at Bijli, ii. 427 ; of the
Cauvery, iii. 278 ; in the Central Pro-
vinces, iii. 298, 299 ; of the Chambal,
iii. 331 ; Lake Charamai, iii. 370;
Chunchan, iii. 459 ; Courtallum, iv.
44 ; Demagiri, iv. 197 ; Dumra, iv.
320 ; Gersoppa, v. 121, xii. 377, 400 ;
of the Heshto at Kirwahi, v. 393 ; of
the Indus at Iskardoh, vii. 1 1 ; the
Dhuan-dhar near Jabalpur, vii. 31;
Kalhatti, vii. 325 ; of the Kapili river,
vii. 441 ; of the Karamnasa at Chhan-
pathar, vii. 465 ; of the Karnaphuli,
viii. 30 ; of the Kartairi at Kullar, viii.
49; in Kashmir, viii. 63; at Khandala,
viii. 147 ; Kolakambai, viii. 272 ; of
the Lakshmantirtha, viii. 443; Lalguli,
viii. 445 ; Hundrughagh at Dasam-
hagh in Lohardaga, viii. 477 ; Lo-
harinaig, viii. 487 ; the Lushington
Falls, viii. 532, xiii. 437; at Mahabal-
eshwar, ix. 142 ; Kokalhat, ix. 153 ;
Mahavinyaka, ix. 170; of the Kasai
near Raipur, ix. 278 ; in Mandla, ix.
301; Matheran, ix. 364; in Mirzapur,
ix. 453 ; Motijharna, ix. 521; Mugdai,
ix. 528 ; Nambar, x. 188 ; of the
Narbada, x. 207 ; of the Pabar, x.
511; Papanasham, xi. 53 ; of the
Penganga, xi. 133 ; at Pulgaon, xi.
239 ; Sansar Dhara, xii. 225 ; in the
Santal Parganas, xii. 227 ; Shahabad,
xii. 323, 324; Shahpur Hills, xii. 369 ;
Sivasamudram, xiii. 42, 43 ; of the
Subarnarekha, xiii. 84 ; of the Thaung-
yin, xiii. 276 ; Tilothu, xiii. 297 ; of
the Wardha at Soit, xiii. 530.

Water-mills in the Himalayas, article
' India,' vi. 9.

Water-supply, of Aden, i. 20-24; Ajmere,



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i. 153 ; Bangalore, ii. 69; Baroda, ii.
169 ; Bhopal, ii. 406 ; Calcutta, iii.
257, 258; at Palta, xi. 20; Haidar-



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