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deemed reasonable, then Vidyādhara's time falls during the rule of Nrsimha Dāva I., and not of Nrsimha Déva II. Before concluding this article I may point out that I am not satisfied with the time at, and the locality in which, the Sãhitya darpana is said to have been composed. Dr. Weber following Pandit Jaganmohan Qarman in the preface to his edition of Canda-kangika, said that “the Sãhitya-darpana was only composed towards the middle of the 15th century in East Bengal on the banks of the Brahmaputra” [Hist. Ind. Lit., p. 231, note 244]. Prof. Macdonell evidently adopts this view [Sans. Lit., App. p. 434]. How far this conclusion is based on facts, and how far on mere traditions I do not know. But the Sãhitya-darpana itself does not support it. From the verse and comments quoted above, it is clear that Candraçěkhara, father of Viçvanātha, was a contemporary of a Bhānu Dāva; and if of Bhānu Déva, I., then, Viçvanātha lived during the rule of his son, Ntsimha Dāva II. [A.D. 1279-1306], or at the latest during the rule of his grandson Bhānu Dāva II. [A.D. 1306-1328]. In the vrtti to Kârikâ 266, a Mahomedan king, Allāpadāna, is named, which may refer to the Delhi Sultān, ‘Alā-ud-din Mas'ad Shāh [A.D. 12411246], or to the later and greater king, ‘Alā-ud-din Muhammad Shāh [A.D. 1295-1315]. One stanza in praise of a king Nrsimha is quoted in the vrtti to kär. 671; but it is not to be found in the Ekävali. The other historical allusions are Suratrâna, or Sultan [vr. to kär. 686.], Gaud-éndra [vr. to kär. 17], and Tri-Kalinga-bhūmi-tilaka [vr. to kär. 258]. ... / From the references above quoted with others to Kalinga [vr. to kär. 13, 15, and 17], to Rāghavānanda [vr. to kär. 3 and 120], and to Mahima. Bhatta's vyakti-vivéka [vr. to kär. 2 and 257], Viçvanātha would seem to be an author not of East Bengal, but of Orissa; while his time would be at least not later than the beginning of the 14th century A.D. Viçvanātha evidently came of a learned family. His great-greatgrandfather, Nārāyana, [vr. to kar. 33], and his grandfather's younger brother Candidasa [wr. to kär. 266, and 60], are described as leading scholars. His father, Candraçãkhara, was a minister and a scholar, and has been referred to in nine places, while his poem Puspa-mălă and Prākrta work Bhās-àrnava have been specially mentioned. Viçvanātha quotes frequently from his own works (56 times as mama), and mentions or quotes from, as his own works, Kuvalayågva-caritam, a Prākrta poem (2 times), Candrakalā, a nätikā (7 times), Prabhāvatī-parinayam, a drama (10 times), Praçasti-ratnavālā, a work in 16 bhāsās (1 time), and Rāghavavilāsa, a Mahākāvya (2 times). A

Sāhityadarpana: its date and place.

In the-Sāhitya-darpana I have been unable to find out any quotation from or any mention of the Ekävali, a fact which may somewhat go in favour of Ekävali's later date. Can Cöraganga's son Umāvallabha be connected in any way with the Umāvallabha of Candragékhara's stanza, P Mahima Bhatta is quoted in Alapkārā-sarvasva as vyakti-viveka-kāra, and is there quoted as an authority; while Alamkārasarvasva-kāra is quoted in the Ekävali as an authority. A fairly long time should therefore be allowed between Mahima Bhatta and Vidyādhara, a fact which lends some support to the identification of Candra

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[As the transliteration of Sanskrit words in this Volume is not uniform, the
system of the Royal Asiatic Society, which has recently been adopted by the Asia-

tic Society of Bengal, has been followed in this Index.

be looked for under S, not under Q.]

Abdul-Jalil, Shaikh, 38.
Abduliāh Khān, 42
Abhai Singh, prince, 49.
Abhayadeva, king, 8.
Adityamalla, king, 10.
Afghans, 34. o
Afrasyāb Khan, 46.
Afzal Khān, 43.
Agharābād, locality, 63.
Ahmadābād, 60.
Ahmad Beg, see Ghāzī-ud-din Khān.
Ahmad Sherān, 117.
Ajātasatru, king, 89.
Ajit Singh Rahtor, campaign of, against
Farrukhsiyar, 45.
, daughter of, married to Far-
rukhsiyar, 61.
Ajmer, 47.
Alamgir (i.e., Aurangzeb), 35.
Alā Tabár, prince, 41.
Alā'uddīn Ma‘sūd Shāh of Delhi, 146.
Alăuddin Muhammad Shāh of Delhi,146.
Ali Muhammad Khān Dâûdzai, 35.
Amânat Ki än, 52.
Aminuddin Khān, 63.
Amjad Khān, 43.
Amrtadeva, king, 7.
Ånamyā, see Aramya.
Ananda, body of, divided, 88.
Anandadeva, king, 7.
Anandatirtha, philosopher, 129.
Ananga Bhima Deva II., king, 115.
Anańga Bhima Deva III., kwng, 118.
Anantadeva, king, 8. :
Anantakirti, king, 6 n.
Anantamalla, king, 9.
Anantavarman, surname of Coragańga,

Thus words with at should

Anasägar, lake, 47.
Aniyahka Bhima, see Anańga Bhima.
4ńka, system of calculating regnal
years, 100.
Arabs, 35.
Aramya, town, 110.
Arimalla, king, 8.
Arjuna, king of Malwa, 124, 143.
Asad Khān, 37.
Asadullāh Khān, 46, 57.
Atirtha, class of Brahmins, 92.
Aurangzeb, see Alamgir.
‘Azim-ush-shān, prince, 38.
‘Aziz Khān Rohilah Caghtā Bahādur, 46.
A’zzu-d-din, prince, 41.

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Bagchi, 8ee Rudra and Sadhu.
Bahādur Shāh, Moghul Emperor, 37.
Baladeva, king, 6.
Ballāla Sena, king, 91.
Banārsi, town, 136.
Banepa, dynasty of, 16, 30.
Barahpulah, locality, 60.
Barhah, Sayyids of, 35.
Barendra Brahmans of Bengal, 91.
Basarh, identification of, 89.
Bendall, Prof. C., article by, on the
history of Nepal, 1.
Bengal, invasion of, by Orissa king, 121.
Bengalis, character of, 36.
Bhadara, class of Brahmans, 92.
Bhaduri, class of Brahmans, 92.
Bhānu Deva I., king, 125.
Bhānu Deva II., king, 129.
Bhānu Deva, III., king, 134.
Bhānu Deva, IV., king, 139.
Bhānu Deva, ( I. P), king, 144.

Bhāgārnava, Prakrit work, 146.
Bhāskaradeva, king, 6.
Bhāsvati, astronomical work, 111.
Bhatgaon, kings of, 16, 30.
Bhattashali, class of Brahmans, 92.
Bhima, n. pr., 92,
Bihār, Siobah of, 58.

, cowntry, 136.
Bukka I., king, 135.
Burhānpür, Sūbah of, 60.

Campakiranya-nagara, 40.
Gandeśvara, minister, 14.
Candidasa, n, pr., 146.
Candrakalá, drama, 146.
Candralekhâ, queen, 109, 114.
Candrašekhara, awthor, 143, 146.
Cându, awthor, 145. *
Garaka, ms. of, 8. o
Cedi Kings, 119.
Champaran, history of, 19.
, kings of 31.
Champati, class of Brahmans, 92.
Chhabilah Rām, 43.
Chirand, locality, 87.
Gohána, prince of Sãkambhari, 143.
Coins of Ananga Bhima III., 120.
, Champaran, 20.
Cora Devi, queen, 130.
Coragańga, king, 101.

Dakhin, Sabah, 59.
Dâûd Khān, 60.
Desgodins, Father, Tibetan Dictionary
of, 69.
Devaladevi, princess, 11.
Dhain Bagchi, n. pr., 95.
Dharmamalla, king, 12.
Dildiler Khān, 46.
Dravya Snåh, king, 17.
Droma Stupa, identification of, 89.
Dolah, form of marriage, 49.
Doșāditya Deva, n. pr., 129.

Eastern Gańga kings of Orissa, chro-

nology of, 97.
Eastern Hindustanis, see Purbiyas.
Elkävali, alarnkâra work, 124.
, date of, 142.

Fage, M., Tibetan scholar, 69.
Fakhrul-Mulk, 122.
Famine, in Nepal, 7, 8.
Farangis, 35.
Farrukhsiyar, history of, 23.

Firüz Shāh'Tughlaq, Delhi Sultan, 136.
Firüz Sultān, Bahmani, 139.
Foucaux, Ph., Tibetan scholar, 68.

Gabet, see Huo and Gabet.
Gadādhara deva, prince, 19.
Gadhah Katankah, territory of, 136.
Gangă Devi, queen, 133. 4
, image of, 134, 135.
Gahgāmbikä, image of, 134, 135.
Gangešvara, surname of Coragańga, 110.
Gängeyadeva, king, 18.
Garadamaji Srirâma, senāpati, 131.
Garuda-Nārāyana Deva, minister, 129.
Ghāzī-ud-din Khān Ghālib Jang, 42.
Ghiyās-ud-din ‘Iwaz of Bengal, 119.
Ghiyās-ud-din Tughlaq, Delhi Sultān,
130.
Ghulām Ali Khān, 46.
Gopāladeva, prince, 11.
Gopal Singh Bhadauriyah, rājā, 46.
Gorakhpur, history of, 19.
, kings of, 31.
Govinda, minister, 116.

Habshis;85.
Haft Cauki, personal guard, 55.
Hājī Ilyās, Bengal Sultan, 135.
Hamilton, William, English 8wrgeon, 62.
Hammâra, title, 144.
Haricandradeva, prince, 10.
Barihara, poet, 124.
Harisimhadeva, king, invasion of, into
Nepal, 10, 14. * :---issé
Harsadeva, king, 6, 145.
Hidāyatullāh Khān, 39.
Hindustani party at Moghul Court, 35.
Hirā Devi, queen, 139.
Hoshang see Husām-ud-din H.
Huc and Gabet, Abbés, 73.
Humayun Bakht, prince, 41.
Husain ‘Alī Khān, 42, 43.
Husain Khān, Bärhah Sayyid, 46, 57.
Husain Shāh of Bengal, inscription
of, 90.
Husām-ud-din, Hoshang of Malwa, 139,

Ikhtiyār-ud-din Yüzbak-i-Taghril Khān,
123.

Ināyat-ul-lāh Khān, 37. ^*.

Indirá, queen, 109, 113.

Indradeva, king, 7.

Irani, see Mughal.

Irwine, W., article by, on the later
Mughals, 33.

Islām Khān Mashhadi, 56.

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Jfischke, Tibetan dictionary of, 66, 68.
Ja'far Khān, 44.
Jagajjyotimalla, king, 16.
Jagannath, temple of, at Puri, 110.
Jagannātha Deva, king, 131.
Jagatprakāśa, king, 17.
Jagatsimhadeva, prince, 11.
Jahāndār, Moghul Emperor, 37.
Jaimini Bhārata, quotation from, 87.
Jājnagar, meaning of, 117.
Jākalla Devi, queen, 129.
Jānsāth, locality, 50.
Jatesvara Deva, king, 113.
Jayabhima, king, 8.
Jayadeva, king, 8.
Jayadharmamalla, king, 15.
Jayānandadeva, king, 10.
Jayarājadeva, king, 11.
Jayārjuna, king, 11.
Jayarudramalla, king, 10.
Jayašāhadeva, king, 8.
Jayasimharāma, king, 15.
Jayasthiti, king, 12.
Jayata, minister, 15.
Jayatāri, king, 9.
Jayatungamalla, king, 4 m.
Jitamalla, king, 16.
Jitāmitra, king, 17.
Jhampati, class of Brahmans, 92.
Jyotirmalla, king, 15, 16.

Kamadeva, class of Brahmans, 92.
Kamală Devi, queen, 133, 135.
Kâmârnava VII., king, lll.
Kamsanārāyana, king, 19.
Kapilendra, minister, 139.
Rap section of Barendra Brahmans, 91.
Rarah, locality, 136. t
Karanja, class of Brahmans, 92.
Kasthasrotriyas, class of Brahmans, 92,
94. *
Kastürā Devi, queen, 121.
Kastürikâmodini, queen, 109, 113,
Ratásin, locality, 122.
Käthmāndu, kings of, 16, 30.
Khān Daurán, 55.
Rhān Jahān Sayyid, 57.
Khassias, tribe, 9.
Rhemsi, Bhandāri, 62.
Khwājah-i-Jahān
139.
Rhwājah Ja‘far, 57.
Kokaltāsh Khān, 44.
Kommi-devammâ, queen, 133, 134.
Konarak, Black Pagoda at, 124.

Sultan of Jaunpur,

Körös, Alexander Czoma de, Tibetan dic-
tionary of, 67.
Krishna Sarma, m. pr., 88.
Kulin, class of Brahmans, 92.
Kulluka Bhatta, awthor, 93.
Kulottuñga Cola I., king, 108.
Rwalayāśvacarita, Prakrit poem, 146.

Lahiri, class of Brahmans, 92.
Lakhnauti, territory of, 122.
Lakhnor, locality, 122.
Laksmi Devi, queen, 109, 133.
Laksminātha, see Kamsanārāyana.
Laruli, see Lauri.
Lauri, class of Brahmans, 92.
Licchavis, 89.
Lokešvara, image of, 9.
Lutfullāh Khān, Sādiq, 43, 58.

Macerata, Cassian di, Tibetan diction-
ary of, 66.
Madamaratnapradipa, author of, 20.
Madanasaras, see Mahendrasaras.
Madanasimhadeva, king, 20.
Madhu Maitra, m. pr., 95.
Mahādeva, king, 7.
Mahānadri, river, 136.
Mahāvana-Kūtāgāra, site of 89.
Mahendrasaras, tank, 7.
Mahima Bhatta, awthor, 143.
Mairtha, place, 47.
Maitra, class of Brahmans, 92.
Mālacandra, m. pr., 125.
Mallinatha, commentator, 124.
Mandāra, country, 110.
Mandaran, Sirkór, 110.
Marshman, Rev. John, of Serampur, 66.
Martin Khan, 35.
Mayüradhvaja, king, 87.
Meghesvara, temple of, 116.
Minhāj-i-Sirāj, author, 122.
Mir Jumlah, 37.
Mirzā Muhammad, 63.
Monmohan Chakravarti, article
by, on the chronology of the Eastern,
Ganga Kings of Orissa, 97.
Mwditakwwalayāāvanātaka, drama, 2.
Mughals, Later, history of, 33.
, Turani and Irani sections of,

34. Muhammad Amin Khan I'timād-ud-dau

lah, 54. Muhammad Ja‘far, Sayyid, of Narnol,

poet, 41.
Muhammad Karim, 38.
Muhammad Khān Bangash, 35.
Muhammad Sherān, 117.
Mukhalifigešvara, temple of, 110.

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