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JOURNAL, ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL.

VOL. LXXIII, PART I, 1904.

N.B.-Figures prefixed by the letter "e" refer to the pages of the Extra Namber

of the Journal.

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Abū Noēm, 270.

Abu-zaidal-Hasan of Siraf, 268.
'Abbāsī Khālīfa, 113.

Acquaviva Rodolfo, missionary, 52, 54.
'Abdul Bāqi Turkestāni, 60.

Adam, Mr., his report on Education, 113.
'Abdul-Ghafür, 330, 351.

Adityasena, Afsbad inscription of, 282.
'Abdul-Jalil Belgrāmi, 361.

Adoni, Mint, 358.
'Abdal-Karīm, 302.

Affinity of Miran Kacbāri (modern)
*Abdullah Khān 294, 295, 301, 340, e, 31, Dimāsā or Hills Kachārī and Hodg-
e 50-52.

son's Bodo (probably Mech) languages,
'Abdallah Khan, Afghan, 349.
‘Abdul Qadir Badāyānī, Historian, 278. Afzal Khan, 313, e. 30.
'Abdul Waheb, 110.

Agara Sindar, 58, 59.
'Abdul Wali, Maulavi-On the antiquity Agharābād, place, 299, 308.

and traditions of shāh. Aghar Khan 343.
zadpur, 262.

Agra, city, 279, 280, 288, 290, 292, e. 45,
On some Archæological

e. 58.
remains in the District Agrah, fort, 32.
of Rajshāhī, 108.

Agrah fort, siege of, e. 45–48.
'Abdarnabi, 289.

surrender of, e. 48-50.
'Abdapnabi Khān, 335.

Agra Mint, coins of, 233, 234.
'Abdur-Rahman-b-Samara, 270.

Ahbar-i-Nasārā, 50.
'Abdus-Samad Khān, Governor of Lahore, Ahmad Shāh, 80.
292, 341.

Aḥmad Shāh, rupee of, e. 113.
A bū- Abdur Rahmån-al-Anşārī-al-Khirz- Ahmad Shāh III, e. 11.

Ahmad Shāh Valī, offspring of, e. 10.
Abu-Bakr, 270.

Ahmad, son of Hasan, e 4.
A bū-Bakr, Khalīfa, 237.

son of Shahābuddin Mahmud
Abū'l-barakāt, title of Rafiu'ddarajat,

Shāh, e. 11

Aḥmadabad, town, 319, e. 37.
Abu'l Fath, title of Roshan Akhtar, e. 56.

in Gujarat, e. 44.
Abul Fazl, Historian, 49-51.

minta Akbar's copper coins
his Akbarnāmā, 277.

of, e. 103-108.
his list of the names of

Sübah, e. 58.
Rajas, 225.

Ahmad Beg, 343, 344.
Abul Muzaffar Bahādur, 114.

Ahmad Khan Bangash, 80.
Abul Muzaffar Mu'īnuddin Mhd., title of Ahmadnagar, fort at, 321.
Farrukhsiyar, 856.

mint coins of, 239, 240.
Abul Muzaffar Ņaşrat Shāh, 109, 111. Ahmadnagar Farrokhābād, 80.
Abul Muzaffar Näşiruddin Naşrat Shāh, Ahom kings, 37, e. 17,
111.

tribe, 37,

raji, 270.

e. 28.

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Aħwäl-z-Khawaqin, 296, 354.

'Alim 'Ali Khān, 320, 321.

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Aihar, mahal, 252.

Allababad mint, Rapees of Akbar, of the,
Aima Estate, 113.

Allahwirdi Khān, 287.
Ain-i-Akbari, 49.

Allote, pargana, e. 115.
Hutwa Raj in the, 225. “ Allote" pice, e. 115.
Ajam-dpal-dbyans chhos-kyi-rje.dkon. Altan Khān, e. 84.

mchhog-chhos-aphel-gyi-rnam-thar, Al-Waqidi, 270.
Tibetan work, 125.

Amber, city, e. 35, e. 37, e. 45, e. 56–57.
Ajeet Mull, zemindar of Gorakhpur,

country, 292.
192.

Amdo, province of Tibet, 122, e. 81, e. 84,
Ajit Singh, Raja, 290, 311-314, 316, e. 89, e. 98.

326, 336, 338, 339, 343, 345, 351, e. 28, Amin-ud-Din, pr. n., 289, 330, 332.
8.31, e. 50-52, e. 57-58.

Khān Bahādar, 297, 301.
Ajmere, city, 288, 290.

Amir, pr. n. e. 3.
mint, 77.

Barid, e. 11.
Akbar, The Great, 182.

Khān, 302, 308.
Akbar's copper coins of Ahmadabad, Amir-ul-Islam, 112.
mint, e. 103-108.

Amnabad, town, 279, 280.
Akbar, Rupees of, 376.

Amnour, village, 178.
Akbar II, copper coins of, 79.

Amsterdam, capital city, 274, 275.
Akbar Ali Khan, Raja, 191.

Ancient India, 246, 269.
Akbar, Prince, the rebel son A'lamgir, Andhár Kothā or Black hole, the jail of
319.

Shāhzad pur, 266.
Akbarabad, town, e. 32, e. 33, e. 87. Andhra dynasty, 272.
mint, 357.

Andhra History and Coinage, 273.
Akbārābādī, mosque, 351.

Andor, people of, 249.
Akbarnāma, history, 49, 277, 278.

Andries Gadzeszoon, pr. 1., 274.
Akbarpur, ferry station, 329.

Anşārs, 270.
Akdalla, place, 59.

Ansuri, pr. n., 2.
Akhor-los-bsgyur-ba-rnams-kyi-byung-ba Antonio Cabral, pr. n., 53.

gsal-bar-byed-pa-mkhas-pa-i dga-ston, Anwar Khān, 302.
a Tibetan work, 133.

Aphags-pa-ajam-dpal-gyi-mtshan. yang
Akon, a Chinese commissioner, e. 99.

dag-par-brjod-pa-bklags-thabs -
'Alā Bakhsh Barkh-urdār Lashkari, 111,

bchas bshug8-80, a Tibetan
113.

work, 176.
'Alamgir, 289.

bzang-po-sphyod-pa-i-8mon.
Alā'n.d.Din Bahman Shāh, the off-

lam-gyi-rgyal-po-bshug8-80,
spring of, o. 4.

Tibetan work, 177.
'Alā'u-d-Dīn Husain Shāh, Sultan, 111.

,, bzang-po tshig-don-gyi-agrel.
Hasan Kānkūi, Bahmani,

ba-bgs-bshad-kun-las-btus - pa
e. 2.

\bshugs-80, & Tibetan work,
Shāh Gangũi-Bah.

177.
manī, e. 2.

de-bhsin gshegg-pa--gtsug-tor-
Shāh, his pedigree

byung-ba-i-gdugs-dkar,
as given by Firishta and

a Tibetan work, 155.
the author of Barhān-i.

shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-tu-phyin-
Ma'āsir, e. 3.

pa-brgyad-stong-pa-bshug8-80,
Khilji, the Afghan, Sultan of

a Tibetan work, 169.
Delhi, e. 26.

shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-tu-phyin.
'Alā'a-d-dīn III, son of Mahmud Shāh,

pa-rdo-rje-gchod-pa-shes bya.

ba-bshug8-80, a Tibetan work,
'Alā'u-d-din Ahmad II, 2. 9.

168.
'Alā'u-d-dīn, son of Shahābuddin Ahmad, Apo, place, e. 85

Apshad inscription of Adityasena, 282.
'Ala'ud-dunyā Wád-din Abul-Muzaffar | Ārahaņņa, village, 282, 284.
Bahman Shāh, e. 2.

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e. 11.

Aravali Hills, 61.
'Alī, pr. n., e. 3.

Argoor, pass of, 191.
'Ali-bin 'Azāzī. 'Ullāh Tabataba, e. 2. Arig-thang, province, e. 84.
'Ali, Khālifa, 237.

Arimuri or Arimatta, a former tradi.
Ali Mardān Khan, e. 47.

tional ruler of Nowgong and Darrang,
'Ali Murād, 306.

259-261, e. 16.

e. 11.

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Arkat, mint, 358.
Arrah, town, 245.
Asad 'Ali Khan, 321, e. 36, e. 47.
Asad Khān, 299, 312.

‘Alamgir's Wazir, e. 47.
Aşaf Khan, 302, 304,
Aşafābād Bareli, mint, 78.
Asafud-daula, Nawab of Oudh, 188.

Nawab, Vazir, 78.
Asoka, Raja, 31.
Agoph-ud-Dowla, Nawab, 207.
Assam, invaded by the king of Kashmir,

260.
Assamese Buranji, 37.
Asur, dialect, e. 62.
Atrai, The, river, 115.
Audard, tribe, 305.
Audh (Lakhnau) mint, 357,
Aufī-al-ash'ari, 270.
Aurangabad mint, 357.

coins of, 240.

town, 191, 319, 322, 329.
Aurangzeb, two rare coins of, 240.

a new mint of, e. 108, 109.
Avadh, Subah of, 250.
Avalokitesvara, Buddhist god, 129, 152.

Bodhisattva, e. 82, e. 88,
A'zam Khān, General of Shāh Jahān,

242, 302.
A'zam Shāh, 289.
Azes, the line of, 227.

Voof, 227.
Azimābād city, 295.
“Azīmābād-Patna, province, 331.
‘Azīm-ullah Khan, 304.
‘Azim-ush-shan, 290, 340, 351, e. 32. .
‘Azizul Islām, 112.

Bagachin Bhuinbars, caste, 180,
Bagaha, place, 189.
Bagha, Jāmī Masjid at, 108.
Bāgh Dahr-ărãe, place, e. 45.
Bāgh Malham Shāh, 312.
Baghochia Bhuinhars, a caste, 180.
Bahadur Dil Khān, 297, 298.
Bahadur Gilani, e. 12.
Bahādar Shah, 52, 289, 290, e. 42.
Bahādur Shab, II, a rare coin of, 243.
Bahadur Shah, Shah Alam, e. 109.
Bahāad-Din Zākāriyā, 271.
Bahmani Dynasty, three genealogical

tables showing the pedigree of the,

e. 13-15.
Babraich, city, 226.
Babrāmi-gar the Sámāni, pr. n., e. 3.
Bahtām pr. n., e. 3.
Baī-rot-sāna, the life of, 132.
Bai-ro-tsa-na-z-rnam-thar, 132.
Bakht Mall, Rajah, 347.
Bakhtyar Khilji, ruler of Bengal, 262,

269.
Bakraur, place, 30.
Băl, people of, 249.
Balabhadra Shahi, Maharaja Bahadur,

184,
Bālā Jī Visvanath, the Peshwa, 321, e. 30.
Balam Nadi, a stream, 259.
Balas, Sassanian king, 369.
Balkh, place, 369.
Balkissan Ojha, pr. n., 202.
Balvant Singh, Zemindar of Benares, 185.
Banár, river, 59.
Banauli, village, e. 23.
Banda, town, 80.
Bandhū, pr. n., 337.
Banga, district, 190.
Bangala-burj, a bastion of the Agra Fort,

B В

e. 45.

Babă Mughal, e, 49.
Babar, Emperor, 181.
Baba Tahir, a few words about the date

of, 2.
Baba Tahir, Quatrains of, 1-21.

translated in
English, 3-21.
Persian Text,

22-29.
Babban, caste, 178.
Babu Khan Qashqal.
Babas of Parsa, 197.
Badãyūnī, historian, 49, 51, 277.
Badli Karang, the cave of bats, 258.
Badr, battle of, 270.
Badrinath Thakur, pr. n., e. 27.
Badru.l.Islam, 112, 113,
Bādshāh Begam, 360.
Bãe Indar Kunwar, wife of Farrukhsiyar,

359.)

Bangwan (Bangawan), mahal, 252, 253.
Banjāras, people, 80.
Bantzen, town in Germany, 367.
Bara Banki, district, 252, 253.
Bāra Bhūyas of Eastern Bengal, 57.
Bara, Pergana, 249.
Bāra Sindūr, 58.
Baragaon, place, 188, 192.
Baragong, 211.
Barai, pergana, 249.
Bārahpalah, place, 290, e. 38, e. 43.
Bārbakābād, Sarkar, 111.
Bareli, mint, 357.
Barheria, place, 183.
Bariguda, village, 284.
Barqandāz Khān, the fanjdar of Gwali.

yar, 329.
Bartoli, pr. n., 51, 54.
Basant Sbahi, Babu, 183, 187, 193.
Basanta Shaw, Babu, 207, 208.
Basantpur, village, 198,

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