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Narasimha Gupta Balāditya, of Magadha, Nokes, Captain, 190.
369.

Nolakha, mother of Daud Shah, 61.
Narbada, river, 329.

Nool-choo, Pandit, a Tibetan grammar-
Narelah, place, 297, 299.

ian, 138.
Narhan, place, 226.

North Lakhimpur, 259.
people of, 249.

Nowgong, town, 259.
Narnāla, fortress in Berar, e. 7.

Nūḥ, pr. n., e. 3.
Nar-Nārāyan, 61

Nūralhag, his Zabdatut Tawārikh, 56.
När-nol, place, 297.

Nūrgal (Nūrkal) mint, iu Bijāpur pro-
Narsingpur, town, 284.

vince, 240-241.
Naruguda, village, 284.

Nurhat, village, 191.
Narwar, town, 52, 292.

Nür Jahān, a shawl of, e. 50.
Nasrallanagar, mint town, 81.

Nur Qutb-i-'Alam, saint, 113.
Nashurna, 53.

Nūral 'Arifin, 112.
Naşir, pr. n., e. 3.

Nusherwan, pr. n., 276.
Naşir Khān, Governor of Kabul, 326.

Nūsin, pr. n., e.

3.
Naşiruddin, title of Roshan Akhtar, e. 56. Nuşrat Shah, king, 113.
Khān, Irani, 322.

Nuorat Yar Khăn, 292.
Mahmud I, coin of, 381. Nyā-lam, boundary between Nepal and
Muhammad Shah II, e. 6.

Tibet, 129.
Nāşirud Dunya Wad Din, 111.

Nyang-ston-khra.tshang-pa-blo-gros-
Naşīr-ullah Khān, 304.

mchhog-gi-rdo-rje-i-rnam-thar,
Naşrat Shāh, two coins of, 233.

Tibetan work, 126.
Nasunta, 53.
Nath Mall, son of Bhūkan Mall, e. 47.

O
Nator, Rajas of, 110.
Nāvānagar state, 238.

Od-gsal-rdzogs-pa-chhen-po-z-khrigs-chhod
Nawāb Aulīyā, 345.

-ta-bu-i-glu-dbyans-sa-la-ma - ma -
Nawābganj, pergana, 253.

lus-myur-du-bgrod-pa-i-tsal-laan -
Nawāb Ghāziuddīn Khān, 334.

mkha-lding-gshog-rlabs, a Tibe- .
Nawab Qudsiyah begum, e. 57.

tan work, 136.
Nawārah, a kind of boat, 316.

Eleuth Mongols, e. 85 86.
Naya Killah, Fort of the Hutwa Raj, Ol, a place, e. 52.
183.

"old" Dutch hatchments in Chinsurah
Nekusīyar, pr. n., e. 32–35, e. 38, e. 48.

Church," a short note on the, 274.
escape of, e. 45.

'Omar, Khālifa, 237.
makes overtures, e, 38.

Onkurlal Supkaran Das, banker, e. 116. .
proclaimed at Agra, e. 32–36. Oomatoomoni, island, e. 16.
surrender of, e. 48-50.

.

Oonakhan, a census commissioner of
Ne-ñiñ, the abbot of, e. 82.

Tibet, e. 101.
Nevill, 6. R:--Mahals in Sarkar O-rgyen-pad-ma-jhung ne, pr. n., 151.
Lakhnaa, 250

O-rgyen padmasmzad-pa-i bka-thang
Ngagwang Lozang Gya-tsho, the Dalai

bsdud-pa bshugs so, a Tibetan
Lama, e. 86–87.

work, 152.
Ngah-Dag, territory, e. 99.

Origin of the Musalmans of Bengal, 113.
Ngah-ri, tableland, e. 92, e. 94, e. 102.
Ngah-ri-kar-sum, territory, e. 99.

P
Ngan-tig, place, e. 85.
Ngan-tse-tbang, mountain, e. 95.

Pabna, district, 262.
Nicholson, R., Mr., 65.

Pachilak, pergana, 217, 249.
Nijabat 'Ali Khān, 335.

Padmā, river, 268.
Nik Kardar, pr. n., e. 3.

Padma-Sambhava, pr. n., 130.
Nikli Thapa, 59.

Padshänāmāh, 289.
Nīî-ma, sect, e. 82.

Pagsam-jouzang, Tibetan history, e. 93.
Nisgarh, village, 251-252.

Pabar Khān, 226.
Nīzām Shāh, e 11.

Pakar dsin-pa Ye-çes Gyatsho, e. 91.
Nizamuddin, 54.

Pakor=meadow, 365.
Nizamuddin Ahmad, e. 2, e. 12.

Pakorapa, pha-spunship, 364.
Nīzām-ul-mulk, 294, 314, 315, 318, c. 28, Palam, place, 307.
e. 29, e. 32, e. 34, e. 45, Palas, dynasty, 246.

Palden Magzor, Tibetan goddess, 157.

e. 56.

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Paljor Rabdan, 120.

Phun-tshog Namgyal, pr. n., e. 85.
Rabtan, 141.

Pimenta, 60.
Palwal, place, 291—292.

Pingwan, mahal, 252.
Panar, river, 60.

Pippala tree, the, in Buddha Gya, 31-32.
Pánchāl (Rohilkhand), 179.

Plots, continuation of, 298–302.
Panchen Lûngrig Gya-tsho of Tashil- Po-lo-ki-pot, or Prāgbodhi mountain,
hûnpo, e. 82.

31.
Panchhen Lama, of Tashi Lhanpo | Ponglen, a' Mag-jam, e. 102.
monastery, 123.

a sub-district of Tibet, e. 102.
Panchon Yeçes-tse, hierarch of Tashil. Ponpoiri, hill, e. 95.
hunpo, e. 82.

Popham, 190.
Pandoal factory, e. 26.

Population of Tibet, e. 101.
Panduah, town, 117.

Popular outcry against Ajit Singh,
Panipat, Battle of, 181.

e. 31-32.
Pankhapali, village, 202.

Porbandar, State, 238.
Parameśvara Jha, a learned Pandit of Potājia, place, 263.
Mithilá, e. 26.

Potala, the Dalai Lama's residence at,
Paraskara, Grhya Sūtra, 199.

120.
Pargiter, F. E., 248.

hill, 122, e. 84, e. 87.
Pariar, pergana, 253.

Potala Giri, hill, e. 89.
Parmeshwar Doyal :-his article on an Potala, Shö, place, 144.
ancient cave

and some

Powell, Captain, 191.
ancient stapas in the Prāghbodhi cave, Fa Hien's description
district of Gaya, 30.

of, 30, 31.
Par-pon, 141.

mountain, 31.
Parsram Sukul, pr. n., 201.

Prajāpatisvämin, pr n., 282, 284.
Partāb Băr, a Bengali Portuguese, 53. Prajñāpáramitá, 173.
Partabganj, pergana, 253.

commentary on, 164.
Pasenadi, a contemporary of Buddha, 180.

eight thousand stanzas
Patkai, place, 37.

of, 169.
Pātkuar, 62.

poetical rendering of,
Patna, city, 275, 296.

176.
Mint at, 79, e. 109.

resumē of, 156.
Patnah 'Azimabağ mint, 295, 357.

Pramatheswari Shah, Begum, e. 114.
Pa-u-tan-hu, a general, e. 97.

Prasanna Kumar Tagore, e. 27.
Pava, Mallas of, 181.

Pratabpur, town, 259.
Peking, Tsongkhapa visits, e. 80. .

city, the Capital of Arimatta
Perdowna, Rai Sahebs of, 185.

Raja, e. 16.
Periplus, the name of an Andhra king in

Raja of, 258.
the, 272,

Pratāpa Rájá, 259.
Pertabgarh, place 258, 259.

Pretapuri, monastery of, 118.
Portabghar, site of the ancient city Prince Akbar, rebel son of Alamgir,
Pretappar, e. 18.

320.
Peruschi; pr. n., 53.

Prince Farochgier, 275.
Peshāwar, city, 326.

Prinsep, James, 370.
mint town, 79.

Privy council judgment on the appeal
Peshkhanah, Fort, 335.

of Babu Birpratap Shahu, 223-
Phagmoda, district, e. 98, e. 102.

225.
Phagpa, Lama, e. 83, e. 98.

Progress of Events at Delhi, 323–326.
Phagpa Zangpo, a Tibetan author, 177. Puār, dynasty of Rájás, e. 116.
prayer of, 176.

Pulindasena, pr. n., 283.
Phalga cave, 35.

Pulunka monastery, 120.
river, 34.

Purang, district, e. 99.
Phanba, family, 365.

monastery, e. 102.
Pha-span=father-brothers, 364.

Parbandar (Aurangzeb's mint), e. 108-
Philips, Mr., 56.

109.
Phobrang Marpo, the red palace, e. 89. Puruşa Parīksa, e. 23, e. 27.
Phodang Marpo, palace, e. 88.

Parwa tashil, 252.
Phog-modu, monastery, e. 100.

Paşyamitra, the general of the last
Phola Thiji, General, e. 92.

Maurya King, 180.
Phuleshwari, Queen, e. 114.

Patiya, Thakurs of, 110.

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Pyodu = & Tibetan Agricultarist family, Bājā Gaj Singh, Narwari, 338.
e. 101.

Jai Singh, 321, 326, 335, 341,
Pyopa= Agricultural people, e. 100.

349.

Rajah Jai Singh Sawae, Governor of
Q

Malwa, 304.

Muhkam Singh 321, 338.
Qabūlpar, 280.

Ratn Cand, 328.
Qâdir Dad Khan, 346.

Sāhū, Mahratta, 319, 320, 340.
Qamr-ud-din Khān, 328.

Kans, 113,
Qandahar, in Afghanistan, 276.

Rājaputra, title of royal favour, 284.
Qasba-i-Bäghā, 111.

Rájá Rám, chief, 289.
Qāsim Khan, Namakin, 302.

Räjatarangini, 246, e. 22.
Qutbuddin Khān, 57.

Raj Bhats, hereditary bards, 181.
Qatbulmulk, 294-302, 307--319, 322— Rajendra Pratap Shahu Kumar, 219, 220.
328, 335-346, e. 29, e. 38-

of Hatwa, 192,
40, e. 44, e. 48, e. 54.

202,
attempt to seize, 311.

Rājshāhi, on some Archæological remains
starts with the Emperor, in the distriot of, 108.
from Delhi to Agra, e. 50. Ralph Fitch, 60.

Ralung, place, e. 100.
R

Ralupa, family, 364.

Rămdatta, son of Gaņeśvara, e. 27.
Bab blonpa, phassponship, 365.

Ramba, town, 119.
Rab-tsun-pa, monastery, e. 100.

Ram Bakhsh Singh, 250.
Radeng, place, e. 84.

Ramchandrapore, battle of, 184.
Radif, pr. n., 51.

Rámnáráyan Svámi, 197.
Rafi-ud-darajat, 346.

Rampar, city, 81.
mint of, 80.

Boalia, city, 115.
coin of, e. 41.

Raṇabhīta, pr. n., 283.
deposition and death of, Rānā Pratap of Udaipur, 61.

Rānder, port, 239.
(1719), events connected Rang-jang-Dorje, Lama, the life of, 135,

with his accession, Rangpur distriot, statistical account of,
e. 2831.

268.
family of, e. 42.

Ranjit Singh, the Lion of the Panjab,
reign of, o. 41.

199.
Sayyad's conduct to-

Rannaq, pr. n., 51.
wards, e. 38-40.

Raņstambha, town, e. 26.
Rafi'ud-daulah, e. 40.

Rão Budh Singh, 335, 336.
his accession, e. 42. Rao Mardan Singh, 250.
illness and death of, Rapson, E. J., 229.
e. 52-54.

Rasa, district, e. 100.
length of the reign of, Rasa-na-kor, district, e. 100.
0. 41.

Ratan Chand, Raja, e. 28, e. 31.
coins of, e. 54–55. Ratan Narain, Pandit of Delhi, 229.
family of, e. 55.

Rathor, Raja Bahadur, 290.
accession of, o 42. Ratnapura, capital, 259.
Rafi'ush-shan, prince, 346, , 42, e.52. Ratna Talai Khān, e. 88.
Raghuji Bhonsli, 185.

Ratn Cand, Raja, 299-301, 324, 347.
Raghunath Soohool, pr. n., 202.

Ratal king, 178.
Raghunandan Thakur, pr. n., 225.

Ravenscroft, Mr., 205.
Rai Bareli, district, 21, 251, 252.

Rdo-rje sems-pa-2-80-80-i-mgon bsod-nams.
silver coins of, 376.

mchhog-ldan-bstan-pa.i.qgyal.
settlement report of, 250-

mtshen-spal-bzang-po- • r n a m
251.

thar, a Tibetan work, 124.
Rájá Ajit Singh, 324, 325.

Rds-rje-i-glu-i-dkar-chhag-legs par-kod-pa
Baidyanath of Dinajpur, 115.

gsung-mgur, a Tibetan work, 162.
Bakht Mall, 328, e. 30.

Rdzogs-chhen gsol-adebs-rtsa-g8um-gsol.
Bhim Singh, 336.

adebs-bar-do-z-gdams-pa-bsugs-ba.
Bhīşmaka's temple, 257.

bchas bshug8-80, a Tibetan work,
» Birbal, title of Mitr Sen, e. 35.

163.

e. 40.

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Rdzogs-chhen-pa-rang-abyung rdo-rje-z. Anam-dag-bde-chhen-shingog i - smon-lam-
rnam-thar, a Tibetan work, 135.

rlag-a-syas-mdzad-pa-bshugs, a Ti.
Rdzogs-pa-chhen-po klong-chhen-suying-

betan work, 157.
thig-giongon-agro-i khrid-yig dkun- Rje-betun-mi-la-ras-pa-i-rnam-thar, a Ti-
bzang-blama-i-shah-lung, a Tibe-

betan work, 130.
tan work, 142.

Rje-bstun-sgrol-ma-i-gdung abod-bshugs-80,
Rdsogs-pa-chhen-po-sems-uyid - rang-grol - & Tibetan work, 174.

skor-gsum-dang dkun byed-don- Rje-rang-byung-rdo-rjes-mdzad-pa-s.gdon-
khrid-bchas-bshugs so, & Tibetan tshogs-dgn-ma-dang8-bdag-drug-sbyor.
work, 161.

mi-bskyod-rdo-rjes-mdzad-pa-i-gdan-
Rehatsek, Mr. 49.

thag-gchig-ma-gchad-tshigs-bchad-ma
Renewal of intrigues against the Say- dang-gnyis-gab- sprad-nas . lus - sbyin
yads, 294–295.

dang-bstab-pa-bya-tshul-bltas - chhog -
Rennel, Major, 268.

udon-bsrigs-sa-bkod, a Tibetan work,
Rennell, his map of Hindustan, 81.
Renoudat, Mr. 269.

Rje-tsong-kha-pa-iornam-thar, a Tibetan
Return of Mir Jumla to Delhi, 295– work, 122.
298.

Robertson, Dr. William, 269.
Rgya-gar-yul-gyi-ruga-egra i-rgyal-po de- Rodgers, Mr., 239.
la sres-ajig-rten-dbang-phyug bya.

C. J., 64.
ba des shin-rje-chhos-kyi rgyal-po-la.

his “Catalogue of Lahore Ma-
shu-lans las-jo-bo-thugs-rje-chhen-

seam,” 303.
po-i-dar-lchog-gi-phan-yon-shus-don- Rodolfo Acquaviva, Father, 51.
mdor-bsdus-bshugs-80, Tibetan Rogier Berenaart, pr. n., 274.
work, 153.

Robilkhand, province, 247.
Rgyal-ba-guyis.pa-rje-btsun-pa-trong-kha- Roshan Akhtar, prince, e. 55.

pa.chhen-po-la-thugs-rje-bskal-ba- j. Roshan-ad-daulah Zafar Khān, e. 28.
gsol-adebs-byin-rlabs - myur - ajud- Ross, Mr., 191.

[189.
ches-bya-ba-bshugs 80, & Tibetan

the Revenue Chief of Patna,
work, 169.

Rabshu, dialect of, 364.
Rgyal-ba khyab-bdagordo, rje-achhang. Ruhullah Khān, 349, e. 58.
chhen-po-i-lam-gyi-rim-pa-gsang, ba

Khan III, e. 44.
kun-gyi gnad-rnam-par-phye-ba, a Ruknabad, sabah, 326.
Tibetan work, 141.

Rūpā, pr. n., 291, 294.
Rgyal-brugan lag.len gnang-gi ide-u-mig, Rūp Lā), e. 47.
a Tibetan work, 161.

„' Kāyath, brother of Hiralal, e. 34.
Rgyal-gshi-khro-i-sgrab dkyil-rin-po-chhe- Rustam, pr. 1., e. 3.
i-gter-mzod, a Tibetan work, 160.

Jang, title, 325.
Rgyal-po-bka-i-thang, & Tibetan work,
131.

S
Rgyal-po-srong-btsen sgam-po-i-bka-abum,
a Tibetan work, 129.

Sa'adat Ali Khan, Nawab of Awadh, 74.
Rgya-nag-skag-zlog-ches-bya- ba- i - gzuns Sabipa sNampa, family, 364.

bshugs-80, a Tibetan work, 168. Sād, pr. n., e. 3.
Richardson, Mr., Collr., Sąran, 195. Sa'dabād, town, 289, e. 45, e. 58.

R. J., his letter to E. A. Sadarpur, pergana, 253.
Samuells, 219.

Sadat Khan, 314, 321, 343, 344.
Rigs-dang.dkyil - akhor - kun-gyi - khyab.

father-in-law of Shāistab
bdag - rdo-rje - achhung-blo-gsal-rgya-

Khān, e. 30.
mthsho-igrags-pa- rgyal-mtshen-dpal

table of descent from, 359.
bzang-po-i-rnan-thar, Tibetan Sadbaru, river, e. 19.
work, 127.

Sadhaarah, place, 81, 290.
Rīg Veda Samhitá, 246.

Sadiya, a place in Assam, 254, 257.
Binohen Pung-pa, ruler of Trang, P. 83- Şadr-an-nissa, head of the harem of
84.

Rafi-ud-darajat, e. 39.
Bingnode, place, e. 16.

Sadullah Khan, 299, 343.
Riyazus-salatin, 62, 113.

Chauk of, 344.
Bizā Bahadur, 289, 290.

Şafdar, pr. 1., 361.
Riza Kuli Khăn, the Amil of Saggeram, | Safĩ Khăn, v. 33, a. 36-37, . 48.
189,

Sage, Isaac, 207.
Rizā Quli Khān, 2.

Sabaipur, village, 35.

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e. 26.

e. 100.

Sabām, pr, n., e. 3.

Sang-rgyes-shäkya-thab-pa-i-skyes - rabs.
Şāḥībah, Niswān, 306.

sum-chu-80-bshi, a Tibetan work,
Saoid Vali Khan, Qul, 325.

128.
Saifuddin Ali Khăn, 320, 339, e. 30. Sang8-rgyes-shâkya-thub-pa-s-skyes - rabs -
Saifullah Khan, e. 28.

brgya.dang-brgyed, a Tibetan work,
Bakhshi, 343.

129.
Sailāna" pice, e. 115..

Sangye-Gyatsho, e. 88, e. 90–91.
Sailodbhava, dynasty, 282.

Sāni, pr. D., e. 3.
the revised genealogy of Sanjar Khān, 291, 292, e. 36.
the, 283.

Sankaravarman, of Káśmir, 246.
Saint Mīlarpa, religious hymns of, 130. Sauki, pr. n., folower of Kokala, 289.
Sainyabhīta, pr. n., 282, 283.

Sansanī, village, 289.
II, 283,

Santali, dialect, e. 62.
Saivasarvasva-sära, e. 23.

Sapta Ratnákara, e. 25.
Saiya Devi, goddess, stone image of, 183.

Sárada Charan Mitra :-His note on the
Saiyid Ibrahim, 58.

Mahamahataka Candesvara Thak.
Jalăladdin Husain Bokhāri, 270.

ura of Mithila, e. 25–27.
Tafazzal Husain Şābēb, 108. Sarãe Allahwirdi Khan, place, 298, 332.
Sakala, an ancient province in Panjab, 336.
180.

Sarãe Bädli, place, 308.
Saka, princes of Northern India, 227. Sarãe Mībr Parwar, 331, 341.
Sakra Sidha, father of Raja Hara Sinha, Sarãe Moth, place, 332,

Sarãe Satnl, place, 341.
Sakya, district, e. 97, e. 100.

Saraganes, the elder, 272.
Sākya-muni, Lord, image of, e. 100. Saraju, river, 245.
Sākya Yeços, pr. n., e. 80.

Sarajupari Brahmins, 247.
Sakya Zangpo, Ponchen or Chief Gover. Saran, district, 245.
nor of Tibet proper, e. 96, e. 99, Saraswati, river, 179.

Sarat Chandra Das, Rai Bahadur, 118.
Salābat Khan, 304, e. 58.

his article on Tibet
Sayyad, e. 44.

under the Tartar
Salām, pr. n., e. 3.

Emperor of China in
Sa-lam-gyi-rnam-bshag theg-gsum-mdxes-

the 13th Century
rgyen shes-bya-ba bohugs 80, a Ti-

A.D., e. 94-102,
betan work, 165.

his article on the
Sale, Mr., the traoslator of the Quran,

hierarchy of the
276.

Dalai Lama (1406-
Salomgarh, town, 202.

1745), e. 80-93.
Salempore, pergana, 180.

Sarbaland Khan, 297, 309-311, 314, 325,
Salimī coins, on the dates of the, 68.

326, 331, 341, e. 29.
Samandar Khān, e. 32, e 35, e. 48.

recalled to Court, 309-
Sämantas, title of royal favour, 284.

311.
Sambhalī, wife of Amin-ad-Din, 289.

Sarein, pergana, 251—253.
Samding, monastery, e. 92.

Sarkar, Jadunath, reference to his book
Samhowti Tewary, pr. n., 202.

“ India of Auranzeb," 241-242.
Samuells, Edward Alexander, Mr., his Sarkar Katrābuh, 59.

order on the petition of Ma- Sarma Choi, the new tenets of Dogmi,
haraja Chattardbári Singh,
217–218.

Saron or Sarwan, village, 253.
Samoy, village, 191.

Sarosi, place, 253.
Şamşāmuddaulah, 298, 301, 314, 317, 318, Şa'șā, pr. n., e. 3.
333, 343, e. 29.

Saspola, in the Indus valley, 364.
Khan Daarān, 290,

Sassanian kingdom, 368.

Satag, district, e. 102.
Samudra Gupta, coins of, 65.

Satanpar, village, 251.
Sam-ye, district, e. 100.

Satārab, town, 320.
Samye, monastery at, 130.

Satgaon, mint, coins of, 233-234.
Sandanes pr. D., 272.

Satī bībir Khål, 265.
Sandares, title, 272.

Sagrat (Saurastra) country, e. 26.
Sangphu, sect, e. 83.

Sayyad 'Ali Khan, 351.
Sangram Shahi, Maharaja Bahadur, 201.

Amir Khan, 302.

e. 95.

e. 44.

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