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N.aisadha-Džpikā, commentary, 145.
Naigadhacarita commentary on, 145.
Najmuddin ‘Alī Khān, 46.
Nāmdār Khān, 64. -
Nandanabashi, class of Brahmans, 92.
Naraharitirtha, governor, 129.
Nārāyana, n, pr., 146.
Narendradeva, king, 7.
Nāyakadevi, princess, 10.
Nayakot, see Noakot.
Nepal, era of, 5.
—, history of, 1.
——, proper, kings of, 21.
-—, valley, history of, 5.
———, Western, history of, 17.
Nizām-ul-Mulk, 60.
Noakot, town, 17.
Nrsimha Deva I., king, 120.
Nrsimha Deva II., king, 124, 125, 144.
Nrsimha Deva III., king, 131.
, image of, 134, 185.
Nrsimha Deva IV, king, 137.
Nrsimha Laurial, m. pr., 94.
Nundolal Dey, article by, on Chi-
rand in the District of Saran, 87.
Nuniz, Fernão, Portuguese awthor, 186.

Orissa, Eastern Ganga Kings of, 97.

Padma Sambhava, Tibetan legends of,
66.

Padmäwati, cowntry, 136.

Pädshāh Begam, 37.

Padumalla devi, queen, 10.

Parakešarivarman see Vira Rājendra-
deva I,

Pašupati, shrine of, 15.

Pašupatimalladeva, king, 11.

Pathân, 34.

Penna, Francisco Orazio della, Tibetan
dictionary by, 66.

Pishipa, see Sheda.

Prabhāvatīparinaya, drama, 146.

Pränamalla, king, 16.

Prašastiratnāval?, title of work, 146.

Prthvi Mahādevi, queen, 109.

Prthvisimhadeva, king, 20.

Puhkar, locality, 47.

Purbiyas, 36.

Pugpamälä, poem, 146.

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Rae Mān, Qalmăg woman 4l.
Rāghava, king, 113.
Rāghavadeva, king, 5.
Rāghavavilāsa, poem, 146.
Raghunath, mwnshi, 46.
Rājalladevi, princess, 11, 12.
Rājarāja II, king, 108, 113.
Rājarāja III., king, 116.
Rājasundari, queen, 108.
Rājendravikrama Sâh, king, 17.
Rāmāyana, dramatized version of, H2,
13.
Ratnadeva, Ced; King, 110.
——, Nepal king, 8.
Ratnajyoti, king, 17.
Ratnapura, city, 8
Ratn Cand, Baniyā, 50.
Rāyamalla, king, 16. .
Renou, M., Tibetan scholar, 69.
Rimini, Giorgida, Tibetan dictionary
by, 66.
Riwari, pargana, 47.
Rudra, n., pr., 92.
Rudradeva, king, 7.
Rumis, 35.

Sabantar, m. pr., 123.
Sābhā Cand, 38.
Sadhu, class of Brahmans, 92.
Sa'dullāh Khān, 37.
Sãhityadarpana, date and place of, 146.
somsomomomo , quotations from, 143,
Sãhityavidyādhara, commentary, 145.
Saif-ud-din ‘Alī Khān, 46.
Saktisimha, king, 20.
Samsām-ud-daulah, 45.
Sanamgarh, place of worship, 47.
Sangana, prince, 135.
Sanskrit terms in Tibetan, 74.
Sanyal, class of Brahmans, 92.
Sarae Allahwirdi Khān, locality, 46.
Sarae Sahal, locality, 46.
Sarat Chandra Das, Tibetan dictionary
of, 65.
Sarbuland Khān, 46.
Satānanda, awthor, lll.
Sayyid Khān, 46. -
Sayyids, quarrels of, with Farrukhsiyar,
42, 49.

Schmidt, Prof. J. J., Tibetan dictionary
of, 68.

Schroeter, Father, Missionary in Ben-
gal, 66.

Tummāna, country, 119.
Turani see Mughal.

Udayanācārya, author, 92.
Udhā, tradesman, 38.
Udwant Singh, Raja, Bundela, 46,
Ulugh Khān, prince, 130.
Umā. queen, 144. *
Umāvallabha, prince, 109, 147.
Umurdan, territory of, 123.

Vaisali, identification of 88.
Vajrahasta, king, 109.
Vanvéâvală, Nepalese work, 3.
Vāmadeva, king, 6 m.
Varavira Sāhi, king, 17.
Vidyādhara, author, 124, 143.
Vijayakāmadeva, king, 8.
Vijayasena, king, 110.
Vikrama-Ganga, surname of Coragańga,
110.
Virabhadra Sāhi, king, 17.
Vira-Narasimha-Deva, image of, 134,
135.

Vira Rājendradeva I., Cola king, 108.
Wiśvanātha, author, 20.

Walā Shāhī troops, 55.
Walsh, E. H. C., article by, on the Ti-

Shādmān, Mullá of Patna, 39.

Shādmän, see Rae Măn.

Shāhjahān, 35.

Shaistah Khān, 44.

Shakir Khān, 46.

Shālihmar, garden, 63. -.

Shape Phola, Tibetan Minister, 73.

Sharī‘at Khān, Qāzī, 61.

Sheda, Tibetan Minister, letters of, 73.

so Gyatsho, head Lama of Ghoom,

3.
Shujā‘at Khan Sayyid 57.
Shujā‘at-ullāh Khān Sayyid, 46.
Sidi Qāsim, Habshi, 37.
Simraon, king of, 12.
Sivadeva, king, 6.
Sitā Devi, queen, 125, 134.
Somala-Mahādevi, queen, 109.
Someşvaradeva, king, 8.
Suddhasrotriyas, class of Brahmans, 92.
Sukadeva Acarya, m. pr, 94.
Suramă, queen, 115.
Surkh-sangi, mosque, 63.
Svayambhū, shrine of, 15.

Syengu-caitya, 9.

Tāmradhvaja, prince, 88.
Thäkur dynasty, 19.
Thonmi Sambhota, Tibetan Minister, 72.
Tibetan, dictionaries, 65.
7 , collection of correspondence,
3.

, language, 65.
–, literary language, growth of
72

Tirhut, history of, 18.
, Eastern, kings of, 31.
Trailokyamalla, king, 16.
Tribhuvana, see Trailokyamalla.
Tughril-i-Tughān Khān, ll.9, 122.

betan Language and Recent Dictiona-
ries, 65.

Yaksamala, king, 13, 16.

Yogānanda Nrsimha, shrine of, 129.

Yogesachandra Sastri, Pandit, arti-
cle by, on the origin of the Kap section
of the Barendra Class of Brahmans in
Bengal, 91.

Zafar Khān, 49.
Zi-l-fiqār Khān, 37.

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