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Naisadha-Dīpikā, commentary, 145.
history of, 1.
, proper, kings of, 21.
Nrsimha Deva I., king, 120.
image of, 134, 135.
Qamar-ud-din Khan, 63.
Qudratullah Shāh of Allāhābād, 38.
Shuja'at Khan Sayyid 57.
Sītā Devi, queen, 125, 134.
Someśvaradeva, king, 8.
Sukadeva Acārya, n. pr., 94.
Zafar Khan, 49.
Zū-l-fiqār Khan, 37.
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