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Khān Daorān, 292, 295-297, 306, 354. | Khyab-bdag.akhor.lo-2-dbang.phyng dpal-
Khan Danran (Khwājah A'şim), e. 43.

abyor-lhun-dub-kyi - rnam-thar, a
Khandesh, mint, 357.

Tibetan work, 125.
Khandũ Ra Dhabāriyah, 321.

Khyin Lotsāva, pr. n., e. 95.
Khan Jahan, pr. n., 61, 289, 293, 294. Khyang, district, e. 98.
Khan Jahan, Sayyed, e. 50.

Kidāra Shāh, 369.
Khanjar or Kahenjar, village, 251, 252. Kielhora Dr., 282, 283.
“Khans," Rajputs called, 196.

Kinara Sindur, 58, 59.
Khanwa, river, 187.

Kincaid, Col., 54.
Khan Zāmān Khān, 331.

Kitokahri, place, 307.
Khaqan, of the Ephttalites, 368–369. Kinderslay, Sir Richard T., 224.
Kharackpar, hills of, 191.

King of Kashmir in vaded Assam, 260.
Kharag Dūkpa, sub-district, e. 102. Kirtilată, e. 23.
Kharagpo, district, e. 100.

Kirti Patākā, e. 23.
Kbara Tata, town, e. 89,

Kittoe, Major, antiquarian, 30.
Khārī Bāoli, a bitter well, 297.

Knyvott, Mr, D. 8. P., Saran, 181.
Kharoşthi inscription on the obverse of Kobad, a son of Firūz, 369.
a Nahapāna coin, 228.

Koc kings of Kamrap, 60.
Kharwar, race, 246.

Kodeh, district, e 100.
Kheali Ram, Rájá, Naib of Kalyan Koedalī, place, 299. .
Singh, 191.

Kokalā, a Ját freebooter, 289.
Khem Karan Singh, Shahi, Mahárájá Kokaltāsh, pr. n., 289.
Báhádur, 182, 217.

Khān, 306.
Khiţa Sultanpur, 66.

Kokonor, lake, e. 84. e. 86, e. 91.
Khizrābad, town, 307, 314, e. 42, e. 50. Kolarian langaage, e. 62.
Khizr Khan, Panni (sister's son of Daud

riddles, e. 62-79.
Khān, Panni), 321, e. 47. Komoleswar Dewal, temple, e. 17.
Khizrpar, town, 58

Konchog Gyalpo, Khon, e. 95.
Khon Barkyeh, e. 94.

Konchog Gyalpo, Lama, e. 96.
Khondakors of Bagha, 109.

Kong, district, e. 97.
Khrolepa, family, 364.

Kong-Jam, district, e. 102.
Khrungtin, the last Taming emperor, Kongpo, province, e 99.

Kongpo, place, e 92.
Khublai, emperor, e. 101.

Kongoda (or Koingoda) place, 283.
Khublai Khăn, the Tartar Emperor, e, 88, Kon-jeb, son of Khon Barkey, e. 94
e. 87, e. 96.

Korī, place, e. 50.
Khadi Munshi, 117.

Kosala, (Uudh), 179.
Khajistah Akhtar Jahan Shah, the fourth Kosī, a halting stage, e. 50.

son of Bahadur Shah, e. 55. Kotah, city, 292.
Khukukhukto Lithang, place, e. 84.

" Kotah " pice, e. 115. .
Khundkar 'Abdallah, 112.

bKrashisbsamphelpa, 364.
Khurasan, the Hūņas at, 368.

Krishna Bhaban, palace of the Mahara-
Khurda, in Orissa, 282, 284.

já of Hutwa, 200.
Khurhurwa, village, 201.

Krishna Pratap Shahi, Sir, Mabárájá
Khursid, pr. n., e. 3.

Báhádur of Alwar, 183, 193, 202.
Khushḥal Ćand, e. 39.

Krtya Chintámaņi, e. 26, e. 27.
Khusra Bagh, 78

Kşaharāta, dynasty, 227.
Khwāja Anwar, 263.

Kşatrapas, western, dynasty of, 227.
Khwaja Fariduddin Ganj-i-Shakar, Prince

Kuadi, pergana, 249.
of Kabul, 270-271,

Kuar Singh, a hunting rebel, 197.
Khwāja Kalān Danishmand, 263, 265, 266.

e. 87.

Kuó Bihar, Rájá of, 61.
Khwājah Muhammad Amin, Kashmirī,

Kalmuk Mongols, e. 85, e. 86.
305.

Kumārāmātyas, title of Royal favour, 284.
Khwājah Nizamuddin Auliya, 271.

Kumbhāracche, part of a village, 284.
Khwaja Nūr, 263, 266.

Kumbhi, mahal, 252.
Khwaja Qațbuddin Bakhtyar Käki, 270.

Kûmbûm, the birthplace of Tsong.
Khwājā Shāh Nur, 264.

Khapa, e. 91.
Khwajah 'Aşim, 354, e. 43.

monastery, e. 84.
Khwajah Qatbuddin, shrine of, e. 40.

Kumbrawan, pergana, 252.
Khwāza Shāh Nur, 267.

Kungah Gyal-tshar, Pandit, hierarch of
Khweshgi, pr. n., 297.

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Kun-mukhyen chhos-kyi-rgyal - po- dri- Leggett, Mr., 75.

med-od-zer.gyi-gsung-thor-01--bshug Leioton, 55.
-byang-rin - po-chhe-i-suyem-shes-bya Leon Grimon, 55.

-ba-bshugs-so, a Tibet:in work, 159. (Le-u-bshi-pa) akon-mchhog-gsum gyirten
Kun-zang-Lama, 141.

-atshul, a Tibetan work, 134.
Kuraoli, place, o. 50, e. 52.

(Le-u-dang) dam-pa chhos-kyi-byung-gnes
Kurtal Shahi, Mahárájá Báhádur, 215.

-gsal bar byed-pa, a Tibetan work,
Kurukshetra (Karnal), 179.

134.
Kusamba, Jami Masjid at, 108, 113. (Le-u-gnyis-pa) ston-pa-z-mdzed-pa-bshad-
Kusambī, mauza, 116.

pa, a Tibetan work, 134.
Kugiwara, mallas of, 181.

(Le-r-gsum-pa) bka-i-bsdu-ba-khyed-par-
Kusuma Mosque, inscriptions in the, 117. du-bshad-pa, a Tibetan work, 134.
Kwan-yin, the Chinese saint, e. 89. Levite, or priestly class, 37.
rKyallapa, family, 364.

Lha-adre-bka-i-thang, a Tibetan work,
Kyā-ngā 'tsa (place), 129.

131.
Kyang-thag (or Mathag) a noose, e 94. Lhabzang, a son of Ratnakhān, e. 91,
Kyang-thang-gang, place, e. 86.
Kya-ring Thagmeh, a demon, e. 94. Lhag-ba-ma-padma-chhog, Lama, 135.
Kyisho, a district in Tibet, e. 83.

.

Lhaggam, Lama, his Tibetan Grammar,
139.

[e. 102.
Lhasa, Capital city of Tibet, e. 80–81,
L

Likhanabalī, e. 23.

Linguistic Survey of India, Report on,
Lāchin Beg, 298.

Dr. Grierson, 245.
Lachmi Narain of Kuc' Bibar, 61.

List of Ancient Monuments in the Patna
Ladak, place, e. 92.

Division, extract from, 34.
Ladakhi kingdom, a language map of Lithang, place, e. 85.
the, 362–367.

Little, Kaşanas, the, 369.
Ladakhi music, scales of, 366.

Lob-pon-shān-ta de-wa,

Tibetan
Lao-lih, the leader of the Hūņas, 369.

author, 170.

[149,
Lahore, city, 290, 315.

Lobpon-yag-pa-chen, a a Tibetan poet,
Lahor, mint, 357.

Lohgarh, place, 290.
Lakhana Udayāditya, Rajā, 369.

Lo Jong, district, e. 98.
Lakhia, river, 58.

Lo-pan-bka-i-thang, a Tibetan work, 132.
Lakhraj register of the Hutwa Raj, 201

Lopsang Chboe-ki Gyam-tsho, the first
Lakhnau, Sarcar, 250, 252.

Panchhen Lama, 171.
Lakhnauti, conquest of, 271.

Lord Auokland, 195.
Lakshmidhar Sarmah, e. 17.

Losal Kungah gyan Rin Theng=the vola-
Lakshmisvara, son of Deváditya, e. 26. minoas Census Report of Tibet, e. 101.
Lālā Shiū Das, Kbatri, 305.

Lowe, Mr., 52, 280.
Lalganj, village, 252.

Lower Kham, province, e. 82.
Lall Singh, pr. n., 204.

Lozang gya-tsho, pr. n., e. 86-89.
and two brothers, translation

Lozang Jinpa, Lama, e. 88.
of a petition from, 204.

Lozang Tagpa = the real name of Tsong
Lalpar, or Bilenaria, 111.

khapa, e. 81.
Lal Shāhbaz, 270-271.

Lu=Ten Thikors, e. 101.
Lama Shab Dung, 118.

Lucas, Major, 192, 205.
Lament of Baba Tahir, 1.

Lucknow Museum, an abstract of the
Lam-rim-gsol-adebs lam-mchhog sgo-abyed

rarer Maghal coins in, 374-375.
yon-tan-gshi-gyur-ma-ches bshugs-80, Lung-ston-pa-am-brda-sprod-pa-i-rtsa-ba-
a Tibetan work, 175.

sum-chhu-pa-i-than-thabs, a Tibetan
Lane Poole, Mr., 238.

work, 140.
Lan-tsha, characters, 120.

Latfābād, mint, 78.
Lashkar, mahal or village, 251.

Lutfullah Khān, 300.
Lash Karpur, pergana, 111.

Sādig, 321.
Later Mughals (1707-1803), an article, Lynch, Mr. 220.

by Mr. William Irvine, e. 28-61.
Latoi-cha, province, e. 98.

M
Latoi-lho, district, e. 100.
Latoi-Lhopa, district, e. 99.

Ma,agir-Alamgirī, 289, 290, 302. [306.
Law, Ewan, 207, 210.

Majāşir-ul-umara, 59, 289--291, 299, 302,

Mac-Andrew, Major, 250.
Macdonald, Sir Anthony, Lt. Govr., 198.
Macdonell, Mr., 220.
Ma-chig-gi-chod-kyi-chha-lag, a Tibetan

work, 147.
Machlipatan Mint, coin of, 242.
Macha (Hoangho) river, Q. 99.
Maclagan, General, 54.

his paper on the Je-
suit Missions to the

Emperor Akbar, 49.
Maconochie, Mr., 251.
Madāin, city, 276.
Madan Singh, younger son of Sambhājī,

e. 30.

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Madhal, pergana, 249.
Mādhava, king of Kalinga, 282, 283.'
Madhavarája, pr. n., 283.
Madhavendra, pr. n., 283.
Madhavavarman, pr. n., 283.
Madhyamika, doctrines of religion, 164-

165.
Magadh (South Behar), 179.
Mag-jam=districts for military purpose,

yielding revenue, e. 102.
Mahā-Indrapur, town, e. 55.
Mahaldār Khān, 339.
Mahal Mandū, place, 280.
Mahāmahataka Candesvara, Thakkura of

Mithilā,

note

Makhdum Sahib “Shahid” (the Martyr),

263-267, 270, 271,
Makhsum Kablī, 226.
Malikab-uz-Zamāni, Queen of the

age," 360.

e, 25--27.
Mabárájá, Ajit Singh, 334.

Báhádur, a title, 182.

title of Royal favour, 284,
Mahäráni of Hutwa, charity and other

contributions of, 202.
Mahárão Bhim Singh, 331, 334, 338.
Mahāsāmantas, title of Royal favour, 284,
Mahāyāna, dootrines of religion, 165,

172.
Mahdi Quli Khān, e. 53.
Mahesh Dutt Shahi, Baba, 193.
Mahesvara, god, 283.
Mahmud Khān, e. 10.
Mahmad Lodi, 181.
Mahmud, son of Hasan, e. 4.
Mahmud, Sultan of Gazni, 2.
Maīsūr, tributary state of, e. 31.
Maitreya, the coming Buddha, a huge

image of, e. 80.
Majaguda, village, 284.

mabárájás of, 179.
Majbowli, principality, 180, 184.
Majma-ul-Fusaha, 2, 17.
Majman Shāh, Takiyah of, 342.
Majalighar, band, e. 16.
Makhduma-i-Jahan, title, e. 11.
Makhdom-i-Jahāniyā, 270.
Makhdumpur, town, 111.
Makhdūm Shāh Daula "Shahid” (the

Mazars of, 263.

Malik Dā'ūd, pr. n., e. 3.
Malikpar, town, e. 57.
Mall, title of Rajas, 180.
Malwa, dynasty, 227.

province, 29, 279.
Malwah, province, e. 59.

(Ujjain) mint, 357.
Māmani, festival, 366.
Mambanos, pr. n., 272.
Manóūrah or Manóūriyyah, 280.
Manda Thannah, 113.

village, 115.
Mandavi-i-namak, the salt market, 297.
Mandeshwar, place, 319.
Māndū, a place in Sūbah Malwah, 278,

322, 329, e. 29.
Mangkhar, district, e. 95, e. 99.
Mang:Yul, district, e. 99.
Ma-ni-bka-abum, 129.
Manikpur, Sarkar, 252.
Manjhi, people of, 249.
Manjhowli, village, 35.
Manjusrī, god of wisdom, 175.

praises to, 173.
Manual of Musalman Numismatics, 376.
Manohar, captain of artillery, 343.
Manohar Jāt, e. 48.

[e. 102.
Maosarawara, a sub-district of Tibet,

lake, 118, 137.
Marahab, place, 191.
Marahmat Khān, son of Amir Khān, e. 29.
Ma Rinchen Chog, family, e. 83.
Dlarlathang, Sonth, a

Sonth, a sub-district of

Tibet, e. 102.
Marlathangpa, district, e. 100.
Marpa Lotsawa, pr. n., 130.

biography of, 132.
Marpoi-ri, hill, e. 88.
Marries, Mr., his collection of coins, 76.
Masih-uz-Zamān, e. 53.
Masjid-i-Moth, 307, e. 50.
Masjid Mochiyah, place, 298.
Masūdī, pr. n., 269.
Ma'şüm Kabalī, 58.
Ma'şüm Khān, Şafawi, 359.
Matak, place in Assam, 37.
Mathawa, story of, 248.
Mathura, town, 288.
Matrika or Mamo=nymphs, e. 95.
Matsya (Jaipur), 179.
Matsya Purāņam, 272.

[274.
Matthews van den Broucke of Chingurab,
Manes, the line of, 227.
Maulavi Abdul Wali :-On the Antiquity

and Traditions of Shāhzadpur,
262.

Mauranwan, pargana, 252, 253.
Maurya kings of Magadh, 180.
Maxwell, Captain, 190.
Mayafee, Captain, 190.
Mayar Bhatt, ancestor of the Bagachin

Bhuinhars and Bisen Rajputs,

180.
Māzaudarān, a Persian province, 359.
M'Orindle :- His Ancient India by

Ptolemy, 246.
Meander, the Bactrian king of Sakala,

180.
Mecca, pilgrimage to the city of, 53.
Mediæval coins, 65.
Medina, city, 270.
Meer Gulam Mustapha, 213.
Meer Jammaul, 208.
Meer Mogul, pr. n., 208.
Memorabilia, at the end of the Ain.

i-Akbari, 50.
Mera, 120.
Mesopotamia, province, 270.
Middleton, Mr., 190, 212.
Midponpa, pha 8puship, 365,
Migmar Tendap, 121.
Mibirakula, son of Toramāņa, 369.
Mi-la-ras-pa-i-mgur-ma, 130.
Mfllett, A. F., Mr., his Settlement Report

of Sultanpur, 250-252.
Mindolling, monastery, e. 92.
Mingling, a Chinese commissioner, o.

99.
Mint Lists, two recent, 376--381.
Mint towns of the Moghul Emperors,

84_107.
Minūch Bihr., pr. D.,

3.
Mīr 'Abbás, 361.
Mir 'Abdus-Salam Islam, Khan, Wazir to

Shah Jahan, 304.
Mir Abal, enqa, 302.
Mīrzā 'Abdul Qādir Bedil, 852.
Mir Azmat-ullah, Belgrāmi, 352.
Mir Bakhshi, 302, 320.
Mirganj Bazar, mart, 249.
Mīr 'Isa Himmat Khān, 302.
Mir Jumlah, 186, 187, 296, 297, 309, 318,

Mirzā Asgharī, brother's son of Nekū-

siyar, e. 48.
» . 'Aziz Koka, 68, 69.
Bahmanyār, Sūbahdar of Delhi,

302.
Ja'far, 360.
Khăn, 297.
Man's district, 208.
Muhammad, pr. n., 289, 291, 293,

294, 296, 301, 302, 355.
Mirzapore, city, 190.
Mirza Rustam, 305.
Missionaries to the Moghul Court," an

article in the Calcutta Review

for January 1886, 49.
Missione al Gran Magor, 54.
Mitr Sen, a Nāgar Brahman, e. 34-35,

e. 47-49.
Moamaria, people, 37.
Mohesh Dutt, petition of, 213.

Thakur, pr. n., 225.
Mon, a royal family, 365, e. 94.
Mongolia, country, e. 84.
Monlam Chenpo, the annual prayer-

meeting of Lhasa, e. 81, e. 83,

e. 89.
Montgomerie, the Settlement Officer of

Saran, 193.
Monthly Synchronism, table of, 71.
Monzah, a princess, e. 94.
Mora Hill Cave, 34.
Morā, lake, 32.
Moran, language, 36.
Morā Tāl kā Pahār, 32.
Moses Crawford, Major, 190.
Moti Masjid, damage to the, e. 46.
Mtha-gtad me-yi-gzer-bu-shes-bya-wa, a

Tibetan work, 145.
Mu, family, e. 94.
Ma'azz, 270.
Ma'azzan Khān, a jamadar, 320.
Mu'azz-ibn-Jabal, pr. n., 269-271.
Mubārak, 51, 56.

Khān, e. 10.
Mubariz-al-mulk, title, 309, 325.
Muļkataya Bag, 187.
Mughal Emperors, coins of, 235, 374,

some rare coins of,

239-244.
Maghalparah, public sarãe in, 342.
Muhammad, eldest son of Hasan, e. 4.
Muhammad I, the offspring of, e. 6.
Muhammad II, the offspring of, e. 7.
Muhammad IV, bin Farīd, 232.
Muhammadabad, city, 226.
Muhammad Adil, three silver coins of,

235.
Muhammad Akbar, prince, e. 33.

Amin Khān, 296, 298, 304,
322, 326, 334, 341, 345,
e. 28, e, 38, e. 44.

e. 29.

exiled, 315.
his return to Delhi, 295.

298.
his second return to Delhi,

315-318.

pardoned, 318-319.
Mir Khan ‘Alamgirī, e. 30.
Mir Malik Husain Khan Jahan, Kokal-

tash, 305.
Mir Muhammad Taqq7, 359.
Mir Mushrif, 333, 343, e. 51.
Mir Sarwar, 361.
Mir Tozak - Chamberlain, 304.
Mirzā 'Abdul Rahim Khan, 68, 69.

3

» town, 116.

Mohammad, his return from Malwa, | Murshidabad, coins of, e. 109–111.

326-328.
Aşghar, e. 33.

Marghin Qui Khăn, the faujdar of
‘Aziz Mirza, Maulavi, first

Mathurā, 289.
Talukdar of Bid, e. 9. Murtaza Khān, 347.
Bakhtyar, 271.

Musa, 61.
bin Qāsim, 268.

Masa Dambu, wife of Namlha Yu-ring,
bin Tughlaq, e. 1-2.

e 94.
coins of, 66, 373. Musāfirul Islam, 112.
a coin struck in

Maştafa-ābăd, mint town, 80.
memory of his

Mutāʻmad Khān, 305, e. 48.

father, 230. Muthug (or Kyang-thug), a noose, e. 94.
Muhammadi gate of the Naruāla fortress, Muth Madho Chowchukka, village, 201.

inscription on the, o. 7. Muzaffar, 226.
Muhammad Khăn, e. 10.

Mazaffar II, the last Sultan of Gujarat,
» Bangash, e. 37, e. 45.

238
Māh, 302.

Muzaffargarh, district, 79.
Mu'azzam, prince, 305..

Mazaffarul Islam, 112.
Murád Kashmirī, sudden rise

Myur-byon-smon-tshigs-thugs-rje - indren-
of, 304–309. byed-gyo-ba-z-utpala-i phreng-ba shes-
Khan, 3044-310.

bya-ba-bshug8-80, a Tibetan work, 158.
Muhammadnagar, mint town, 80.
Muḥammad Rafiq, 110.

N
Riza, e. 30.
Sanjar, son of Daud, e. 6.

Nagarcain, town, 276-280.
Shah, 360, e. 55–56.

Nagarchin, city, 279.
» rapee of, e. 113.

Nagendra Nath Gupta :-his article on
„ Ghazī, 117.

Viðyápati Thákur, e. 20.
Yar Khan, 302, 328, 354. Nagpur, mint town, 81.
Muhkam Singh, Rajah, 291, e. 48.

Nagrimchchenpo, 141.
Mu'imuddin Cīshtī, shrine of, e. 56. Nagsonkor, capital of, e. 19.

Hasain, a reputed son of Nag-wang-chhos-ki-Gya-Tsho-yang-chen-
Prince Akbar, 319, 320.

Nyem-pa-i-de, a Tibetan work,
Mu'īnul Islam, 112.

141.
Mu'izzaddin Jahandar Shah, prince, 306. Nag-wang-Lob-Zang-Gya-tsho, the fifth
Kaikubād, 229.

Dalai Lama, the life of, 122.
Majāhid Shah, e. 5.

Nag-wang Lozang Gyatsho, e. 88.
Mukden, capital city, e. 87.

Nában (Sirmar state), 230.
Makhlis Khan, 343.

Nahapāna, copper coinage of, 227.
Makhtar-Khān, Subahdar of Agrah, | Nahapāna, the great Kșaharāta Satrap,
289.

272.
Muktanath, temple of, 118.

Nahar Khān, 311, 312.
Mulla, a title, 181.

Hansawī, e. 43.
Müller, C., 273.

Najan-uddin 'Ali Khān, 338, 347.
Multan, mint, 357.

Namakin, an 'epithet of Qāsim Khān,
Multifat Khăn, 802.

302.
Mumbai, mint town, 81.

Nambanos, pr. n., 272.
Muminabad, town, e. 57.

Nămdār, pr. n., e. 3.
Mandari dialect, e. 62.

Namgyaling, monastery, e. 92.
Man’īm Khān, Diwan to Prince Mu'azzam, Namgyal Ta-tshang, monastery, e. 84.
305, 343.

monks of, e. 90.
Muntakhab-ul-lubåh, 242, e. 1, e. 2, e. 4. Namkha Zangpo, a ruler of Tibet, e. 81.
Muntakhabut Tawarikh, 232, 278, e. 2. Nam lha x heavenly gods, e. 94.
Marādābād, chaklah, 294.

Namlha Chyiring, e. 94.
faajdar of, 314.

Waseh, e. 94.
fanjdarship of, e. 30.

Yuring, e. 94.
Murād Bakhsh, copper coinage of, 73. Nam-tsho (lake Tengrinor), e. 99.
Mürdhābhişikta, caste, 178.

Nandā, Jāt, sons of, e. 37.
Murid Khan, 347.

Nangso Latog-pa, district, e. 98.
Marray's Discoveries in Asia, 54.

Nân-tsho, province, e. 84.
Murshidabad, mint, 357,

Narain Singh, Rájá, 191.

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