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Sayyad Amir Khān 'Ulwi, 301.

Shāhbaz Khan, 58, 226, 315.
Asadullah (Nawab Auliya), 321. Shāh Bodla, 264.
Dilawar 'Ali Khān, 344.

Daula, 113.
Fathullah Khān, 297.

Habībullah, 264, e. 10.
Ghairat Khān, 331, 335.

Danish, 265.
Hasan Khan, e. 37.

Shahi, title of Rajas, 180.
Hussain 'Ali Kban, 312, 345. Shah-i-Zaman, title of honour, 74.
Khan Jaban, 302, 311, 335, 345. Shāh Jahan, Emperor, 112, 289.
Muzaffar Khan, Khan Jahān, 292.

a sheet sprinkled with pearls
Najmuddin Ali
Khan, 316, 325,

of, e. 50.
335.

I, coins of, 237.
Sayyads, take possession of the palace, Shāhjahāpābåd, mint, 357.
338-341.

Shāhjahan Sānī, title of Rafiuddaulah,
their conduct considered, 352-
353.

Shah Jalaluddin Bokhari, saint, 263,
Sayyad Şalābat Khan, 313, 343, e. 30.

Khēngsawar, 264–265.
Shajāát Khan, 335.

Madār, 265.
Shajā'at-ullah Khan, 332.

Mahmud, 264.
Sde-bdun-gyi-dbang-chhog-lag-len-dang-

Mastan, 264.
bchas-pa-chhos-srung.gi-skor, a Tibe- Muāzzan Danishmand, Manlana,
tan work, 161

111.
Sde-brgyed gser-skyems-bshugs-so, a Tibe-

Muḥabbu'llah, e. 10.
tan work, 157.

Muhammad Daula, fakeer, 110.
Sebastian Manrique, 54, 59.

Muhammad Rafiq, 112.
Seebdown Shaw, pr. 1., 215.

Nawaz Khān, 353.
Seepah, pergana. 183.

Shahrīn pr. n., e. 3.
Selari, village, 183.

Shahryar, pr. n., e. 3.
Seljaks, the, 2.

Shāh Salim Cīshti, tomb of, e, 58,
Sen, title of Rajabs, 180.

Shah Singh, pr. n., 204.
Sera, monastery, 118, a. 86.

Yūsuf, 264.
Sera Theg Cheling, monastery, e. 80.

Darvish, 265.
Serhnpar, a village, 251.

Shahzādpur town, 262, 264—267, 269.
Sewan, station, 195.

fourteen mahallas of, 266.
Sgra-begyur-mar-pa-lo-tsha-i-rnam - thar,

the mosque of, 266.
a Tibetan work, 132.

the Waqf estate, 266.
Sgrol-ma-dkar-sugon-gyi-bstad - padang-

the fair of, 266.
gzungs-bchas-bshugs-80, a Tibetan Shahzāda of Yaman, 265.
work, 156.

Shaikh 'Abdul-Haq Dihlavi, 270.
Sgrol-ma-mandal-gshi-chhog dpag - bsam

Badrul Islam 'Abbāsī, 113.
suye-ma-shes-bya-ba-bshug8-80, a Ti-

Bahauddin Zakariya of Multan,
betan work, 175.

270.
Sgrol-ma-nyer-gchig-gis-bstod - pa - gsung

Kamaluddin Muhammad of
guyi-mtshen-sbyang - shes - bya-ba-

Yaman, 270.
bshug8-80, a Tibetan work, 155.

Muhammad Siraj.i.Junaidi, e. 2.
Shab chu, valley, e. 95.

Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, e. 2.
Shab-khar, Ngah-ri, a sub-district, of

Qutbuddin of Jaleswar, 52.
Tibet, e. 102.

Salim Chishti, 77.
Shag, district, e, 97.

tomb of, e. 56.
Shahabad, district, 245—246.

Shaistah Khān, 339, e. 43.
Shāh 'Abdul Wahhab, 112.

his rising at Delhi, e. 43.
Shahābuddin Mahmud, title assumed by Saiyid Jalaluddin Bokhari, 270.
Ahmad, e. 11.

Shakkarpur, place, e. 39.
Shāh, e. 7.

Shalihmār, garden at Agharābad, 298,
offspring of, e. 11.

308.
Shah 'Alam (prince), 289.

Shahi, monastery, e. 102.
Bahādur, 241.

province, e. 99.
II, the last of the Moghul Shamsher Khan, 291, e. 36, e. 46.
Emperors, 185.

Shamsuddin Kayumurs, an extremely
Ahmad, 264.

rare coin of, 229.
Shaban Khån Jalair, 226.

Shamsuddin Muhammad, e. 11.
Shah Azmat, 264.

Lashkari, offspring of, e. 11.

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Shamsuddin Tabrizi, 264--265.
Shamgal Islam, 112.
Shang, district, e. 102.
Shang Khang, Chenpo, governor, e. 92.
Shankara Mulhár a trusted agent of

Rajah Sahu, 321.
Sha-pho, district, e. 97.

jam, distriot, e. 102.
Sharifabad, mint coins of, 233,
Shariful Islam, 112.
Sherpa Yeợe chũng, P. 96.
Shayog, valley in Tibet, 364.
Shenzi, country, e. 97.
Sherabpa, family, 364.
Shergarh mint, coins of, 233, 234.
Sherpur March, 60.
Sher-Shah, 57, 63, 181.

coin of, 374.

silver coins of, 233-234.
Shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-du-phyinpa man.

ngag-gibstan-bchos-mugon-par-rtog 8 -
pa-z-rgyen-ches-bya-ba-z- agrel-bu-

shugs-so, a Tibetan work, 165.
Shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-tu-phyin-pa- man.

ngag-gi-bstan-bchos-mugon-par-rtog 8 -
pa-i-rgyan-ches-bya-ba-bshugs-so,

Tibetan work, 173.
Shes-rab-kyi-suying-po-bshug8-80, a Tibe-

tan work, 156.
Shiahi, river, 182.
Shihab-aldin Ahmad Khān, 68.
Shihab-addin Umar Shah, coins of, 229

230.
Shing=lo las, e. 101.
Shiū Dās, 291, 293.
Shona dighee, 115.
Shon-na-gon, a compiler of the official

records of Tibet, e. 101.
Shore, J., 216.
Shunchi, a mountain chief, e.

, 87.
Shùng, government of De-ba, e. 89.
Shun-ti, a Mantchu chief, e. 87.
Shwa-Khog, monastery, e. 92.
Shwa-mar=red-cap, e. 81, e. 85.
Shwa-ser, the reformed Buddhist church,

e. 80.

Ge-lags-pa, e. 81.
Shyakya-thub-pa, the 34 different birth

stories of, 128.
Siam, gulf of, 269.
Sibasing, pr. n., e. 17.
Sibnath Dewal, temple, e. 17.
Siờhapur, village, 250-251.
Sidi Qāsim, Fülád Khān, 350.
Sidi Yāsīn, Khān, 350.
Sibrind, mint, 297, 357.
Sijili brothers, foar, e. 94.
Sikandar Khan, e. 10.
Sikandar Lodi, Emperer of Delhi, 111.
Sikandarpar, 253.
Sikandrah, place, e. 45.

Simba, titlelof Rajabs, 180.
Simon, pr. n., e. 3.
Singli Path, 255.
Singli Tea estate, 255.
Sipah, pergana, 249.
Sirajganj, sub-division, 262, 265.
Sarcar Saran, district, 190.
Sirdar Shahi, Maharaja, 184, 202.
Sirhind, town, 315.
Siris, village, 191.
Sital Lakhia, 60.
“ Sitaman" pice, e. 115.
Sitāpar, district, 253.
Situ' Akyi-get, a governor, e. 99.
Sitas' Grammar, 138.
Siūli, place, 308.
Siva Simb, Raja, e. 21.
Siva Singha, Shah, an Assamese Rájá,

e. 114.
Sivasväti, pr. n., 272.
Sīyar-ul-muta Akh Khirin, 295, 350.
Skamburpa, family, 365.
Skanda Gupta, reign of, 368.
Skyes-bu-gsum-gyi-nyams-su-blang-ba - ¿

byang-chhub-lam-gyi runpa, a Tibet-

an work, 143.
Skyabr-g8um-gyi-phyi-sgrigs thar.adod-kyi-

skye-bo-srid-shi-i-sdug-bsugal-rgya.
mtsho-i-pha-rot-đu-sgromg p 2 - 4 -
lung.rigs-rin-chhen adren-pa-i.
shing-rta-bshug8-80, Tibetan

work, 166.
Skyabs-mgon-bdun-pa-bskal buang-rgya-
mtsho-z-rnam-thar,

Tibetan
work, 128.
Skyabs-mgon-bshi-pa-yon-ten-rgya - mtsho-

jornam-thar, a Tibetan work, 123.
Skyabs-mgon-gsum-pa-bsod-name-rgy a
mtsho-i-rnams-thar,

Tibetan
work, 123.
Skyabs-mgon-Ina, pa - ngag - dbang - blo-

bzang-rgya-mtsho-zornam-thar,

Tibetan work, 122.
Snyan-nag-g2-bstan-bchos-me-long-8 hes-

bya-ba-bshugs-80, a Tibetan work,

149.
Snyan-ngag-me-long-ki-dka-agrel - dbyans-

chan dgyes-pa-iglu-dbyans-bshugs-

80,& Tibetan work, 149.
Snyan-ngag-me-long-ki-dka-agrel - dbyans-

chan-dgyes-pa-iglu-dbyans - bshugs.

80, a Tibetan work, 149.
Sod-nam-Gya-tsho, the 3rd Dalai Lama,

life of, 123.
bSodrnams phelpa, family, 366.
Sog, district, e. 97.
Sog-jam distriot, e. 102.
Sogla-kyavo, river, e. 99.

[199.
86ka-Mudgara, a book of mournful songs,
Sömnath of the North, epithot of Can-

desvara, e. 25.

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Sultan Shamsuddin Daad, e. 7.
Sumatra, island, 269.
Sum-chhu-pa-i-8nying-po-bshug8-80,

Tibetan work, 140.
Sumi Thaiji, pr., e. 85.
Sundara Satakarna, title, 272-273.
Sunga king, 180.
Surasena (Mathara), 179.
Surāştra, dynasty, 227.
Sarat, city, 51, 239.

mint, 357.
Sūri dynasty of Delhi Sultans, 233.
Sutias, copper temple of the, e. 18.
Svalikarņa, title, 272.
Svayambhu character of Magadha, 120.
Syed Ali Bilgrami, editor and translator

of the Quatrains of Bābā Tābir, 1.
Syed Golam Mustofa Khaan, translation

of the petition of, 209.
Jammul Mahomed of Bokhara, 209.
Mahomed, the faujdar of Gorakh-

por, 188.

Mohammad Khan, 211.
Syria (Shām), 270.

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Sona Bibee, 115, 116.
Sonam Choiphel, Governor, e.-87.

Gya-tsho, title, e. 83-85, e. 88.
Sonārgaon, town, 58, 266.
Son-ching Wen, the Grand Yamen of,

e. 98.

Soorma, river, 63.
Sora, village, 289,
South Tanda, 62.
Spalirises, copper coins of, 228. .
Sregton Darma, family, e. 82.
Sri Dhairyyarāja, 65.
Srid-shi-z-udren-mchhog-dur-smrig - achh-

ang-ba-luga-pa-ngag-dbang-blo-bzang.
rgya-mtsho-ajigs-med-go-chha - thub
bsten-lang-tsho-i-8de-i-gsung - abum -
dkar-chhag-dpyod-lden - yid - dwang.
aphrog-byed-ina-z-renga-gsang-8 hes-
bya-ba-bshugs-so, a Tibetan work,

137.
Srimadbhagavad Gītā, palm leaf MS. in

Vidyapati's own band-

writing, e. 23.
Srin-mo=demon, e. 94.
Sri Sătakarņi, title, 272.
Sri Vigraha, 65.
Srong-tshan-gampo, a Tibetan king, 129,

e. 88, e. 99.
Sroûtsan-Gampo, castle, e. 88.
Stagabaza, of Ptolemy, 246.
Starapa, family, 365.
Steer, C., Hon'ble Mr., and Levinge, E. P.,

Hon Mr., Judges High Court
their judgment on the Ap-
peal of Tilukdharee, Shasha

and others, 221-223.
Stubbs, F. W., Major, 230, 232.
Styria, a German district, 367.
Şūba-i-Bihar, the Hindu Rájá of, 263.
Şabansiri, river, 259.
Sub-deacon Leo, 55..
Sabhadatta, son of Deváditya, e. 26.
Subhanpur, place, 196.
Subonsiri, river, e. 16.
Suhaid, pr. n., e. 3.
Sujātā, 31.
„Sūketa, a city in Kosala, 180. .
Sukul, Parsram, pr, D., 201.
Sulaīmán, pr. n, 117.
Sulaīmān Beg, e. 47.

Kararāna, 57.

Khān, 57.
Saltan Firaz Shāh, e. 10.

Ghiyāsuddin Muhammad, e. 7.
Humāyān, e. 7.
Husain-ul-Husaini, 109.
Ibrābīm Sharqi of Jaunpur, 113.

Muḥammad Ghāzi, 114.
Sultan Marād Bakhsh, 69.
Sultanpur, 66.
Saltans of Delhi, coins of, 66, 229, 373.

Tabaqāt-i-Akbari, e. 2, e. 4, e. 5.

of Nizām-ud-din, 51.
Tab Bārsā, 53.
Tāgo=50 Hordus (families), e. 101.
Tabavar Khan, e. 58.

Turani, e. 44.

Wälā Shāhi, 349.
Taitu (Peking) Chinese capital, e. 98,

e. 101.
Taj Khăn, 57.
Tā-Kan-Srī, title, e. 85, 0.87.
Talab Ketā Nath, e, 58.
Tālai Khān, e. 88.
Talē Lama, title, e. 83.

Vajradhara, e. 84.
Tama, a princess of the Nāga, e. 94.
Tama Thang-pa, sab-district, e. 102.
Tamen, a general, e. 96, 97.
Tā Ming, dynasty, e. 80, e. 87. .
Tanag, place, e. 82.
Tanak Khān, 302.
Tancohi, town, 183.
Tānda, 58.
Táng, dynasty, e. 97.
“ Tangkas" = The

Tibetan standard

silver coin, 120,
Tanka, the (coin), e. 105

types of, e. 107.
Tānki, the (coin) e. 105–106.

types of, e. 107.
Tānjor, tributary state of, e. 31.
Tansiqal Islam, 112.
Tantipara Masjid, 113.
Tanzing Choi-Gyal, e. 86.

Taolùng, place, e. 95.

Thorana, district, 282, 284.
Tárá, goddess, 108 names of, 154.

Thamed Mongolia, province, e. 83.
Taraoni or Taraban village, e. 23.

Thumi Sambhota, Tibetan Minister, 129.
Tara Singhaur, village, 250, 251, 252.

Tibetan Grammar, 138.
Targaon, village, 251.

Thūn, place, 291, 292, 294.
Tärikh-i-Mhdi, 302.

Thurston, E:His paper on

the East
Tarikh-i-Muḥammadi, 302, e. 40.

India Company's Coinage,
Tarkban, title, 318.

300.
Tarsan Khan, 58.

Tibetan Books brought from Lhasha,
Tartar Chinghis, e. 96.

list of, 118.
Taşdiqu-n-Nihad, 113.

Tickell, Mr., e. 62.
Tashi-Lunpo, city, 119.

Tiefenthaler, 59.
foundation of the grand Tilakdhari Rajas, title, 184.
monastery of, e. 81.

Shahi, Babu, 197.
Tashi Rabdan, e. 84.

Tilchen, district, e. 99.
Tathagata, 31.

Tilghman, R. W., 213, 214, 216.
(Baddha), 155.

Tingdzinpa, family, 365.
Tathagatas, varions names of, 150.

Tinlēh Gya-tsho, Lama, e. 87.
Tattah, mint, 357.

Tirol, a German district, 367.
Tavares, Pietro, Portuguese Captain, 53, Tirpoliya - triple gate, e. 46.
54.

Titles of Roshan Akhtar, e. 56.
Tä-Yen, dynasty, e. 87.

Todah Tank, pergana, e. 37, e. 57.
Taylor, Dr., 60.

Todar mall, Raja, the great financier of
Geo. P., 239, 373, 381, e. 109.

Akbar, 182.
Tazkiratul-Mülük, e. 2, e. 4, e. 8.

Tog, district, e. 97.
Te-lo-na-ro-gnyis-dang-mar-pa-lo-tsha- Toilàng, place, e. 83.

dang-rje-btsun-mi-la ras-pa-dang-dvagse Toke, city, 58.
po-lha-rje-rnams-sdus-pa-i-rnam thar, Tomolung, district, e. 100.
& Tibetan work, 133.

Tong-Kor=ten Gya-Kor, e. 101.
Temple, Sir Richard, Lt. Governor, 198. Toragal, 241.
Tengeling, monastery, 120.

Toramāņa, son of Lae-lih, 369.
Tengrinor, lake, e. 99.

Transcript of the copper-plate charters
Tezpur, city, e. 18.

of Khurda, 284-286.
Tha-gu-Anagan, Census Commissioner of Transoxiana, province, 270.
Tibet, e. 100.

Trichinopoly, tributary state of, e. 31.
Thaijung (Tai-tgung) Emperor, e. 97. Tsa-du= a revende-paying settled family
Thakurs of Putiya, 110.

of Tibet, e 101.

[e. 94.
Thakwan Themur, the last Emperor of Tsan-cham Mon, a Himalayan princess,

the Yen or Tartar dynasty, Tsang, province of Tibet, e. 81, e. 82,
e. 100.

e. 92, e. 95, e. 102.
Thams-chad-mkhyen-pa-chhos - abyins.

divided into districts, e. 97.
rang-grol-gyi-rnam-thar, a Tibe. Tsangpa, district, e. 99.
tan work, 126.

Tsangpo, valley, e. 92.
Thana, city on the Bombay Coast, 268. Tsan-pa, river (Brahmaputra), 268.
Thanawala, Framjee Jāmasjee, of Bom- Tshab-cha, place, e. 84.
bay, 239.

Tshad-ma-j-gshung-don-abyed-pa-z-bsdus -
Thangpa, district, e. 100.

grva-z-rnam-bshag-rigs-lam-aphul-
Thangpochi, monastery, e 100.

gyi-lde-mig, a Tibetan work, 167.
Thang-tsha, district, e. 100.

Tshalpa, district, e. 98.
Thaway, an old fortress, 184.

Lamas, e. 100.
Thikor=& province, e. 97.

Tshal-pai Retsa, district, e. 102.
ten tong-kor, e. 101.

Tshalpa Zung Khur, district, e. 102.
Thipon = a provincial governor, e. 97. Tshang-Yung-Gya-tsho, the Sixth Dalai
Thi-trong-den-toan, king of Tibet, e. 95. Lama, 154, e. 89, e. 91.
Thog-cham Oorma, the daughter of Hoi. Tshans-dbyangs-rgya-mtsho-z-rnam-tha r-
oben, e. 94.

suyan-agrugs-kyis-bkod-pa-ches-
Thog-tsha Paotag, e. 94.

bya-ba-bshug8-80, a Tibetan work,
Thom Darang, district, e. 97.

154.
Thompson, R., Mr., 221,

Toba rong, town, 118.
Thong.ji, a Tartar title of distinction,

Tshe.Wang Rabdan, leader of the Chan.

gar, e. 90–92.

e. 98.

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Tshog-choi, the congregational service,

e. 89.
Tsho-me-pham, lake, 137.
Tahong-din, monastery, e. 102.

district, e. 97, e. 100.
Tshorpu, town, e. 85.
Tshul-thim-Gyatsho (Lama) a Tibetan

author, 170.
Tshurphn, monastery, e 92.
Tsi-nar, district, a. 97, e. 102.
Tsong-kha-pa, king, 168, e. 89.

founder of the Yellow school,

e. 80, e. 81.
Tsongkha, the birth place of Lozang

Tagpa, e. 81.
Tagaganj, sub-district, e. 102.
Talpai De, palace of, e. 96.
Tarkaha, village, 183.
Tuzak-1-Jahāngārī, extract from the, 68.

an

Valīallah, son of Shahabuddin Mahmud

Shah, e. II.
Valsåd, port, 239.
Van Lorne, Mr., 275.
Vans Kennedy, 49.
Vasco-de Gawa, 269.
Väsişthiputra Vilivāyakura, 273.
Vayu Purana, 372, .
Vazir Khan, 226.
Videba (north Behar), 179.

Kingdom, identification of, 248.
Viļūdabha, the Kosala king, 179.
Vidyāpati Thakkora, the great bard of
Mithila, e. 27.

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Vidyāpati Thakur, an article on, e. 20
Vijaynagar, Raja of, expedition

U

Ô, a province of Tibet, e. 82, e. 84, e. 92,

e. 100.

province divided into district, e. 97.
Ucbh, place, 270.
Udyāna, place north of Peshawar, 130.
Ugra Pratap Shahi, Maháráj Kamár, 197.
Ujjain, town, 319, 322, 329, e. 56.
'Olwi Khān, physician, e. 53.
Uma Dewal temple, e. 17.
Umā maī, temple of, e. 17.
Udao, district, 250, 252, 253.
Unchganw, village, 250–252.
Uparika, title of royal favoor, 284.
Upper Tsang annexed, e. 86.
Urdü-i-Zafargarin, 67.
Urga, city, e. 85.
Urgyan, the land of, 130.
Orgyan-guru-pad-ma-abyung-gnes - kyi.

rnam-thar-rgyas-pa-bshugs-so,

Tibetan work, 130.
U-rgyan-gu-ru-padma-abyung-gnes - k ye -

skyes-Tabs-pad-ma-bka-z-thang, a

Tibetan work, 131.
Utai-Shan, place, e. 97.

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against, e. 5.
Vincent Smith, 273.
Vireśvara, eldest son of Devaditya, e. 26.
Viresvara, Thakkura, father of Candes-

vara Thakkur, e. 25.
Vīrsarwara, tank of Viresvara, e. 26.
Visai, village, e. 26.
Visaibar Brahmans, e, 26.
V snu Purana, 272.
Vişnuvardhana of Malwa, 369.
Visvanath place, 259.

temple, e. 17.
or Bishnath, a town in Assam

valley, e. 16.
Vīşvapati, title of royal favoar, 284.
Viswagiri Porbot, hill, e. 16.
Viváda Chintámáni, e. 25.
Viváda Ratnakar, e. 25, e. 27.
Vost, Major, 79.

W., Mr., 232, 244.

,

Vägbeta, dynasty of Gujarat, 372.
Vaidurya Karpo, a valuable work on as.

tronomy, etc., e. 89.
Vai Ser.choijang, the history of the rise

of the Yellow Church, e. 89.
Vajradhara, Talē Lama, e. 84.
Vajrásana, the sapposed centre of the

Earth, 31.
Vajrāsan Vibāra of Viradeva, the ruins

of, 370,
Valentyn, pr. n., 274.

Wagner, Paul

Rev,:Some Kolarian
riddles current

among the
Mundaries in Chota-Nagpar,

e. 62-79.
Wakālat Khān, title, 305.
Wālā Shāhis, 291.
Walsh, E. H. C.:-A list of the Tibetan

books brought from Lbasa by the
Japanese monk, Mr. Ekai Kawa

Gochi, 118.
Wang-Chug-ma = the 28 goddesses, e. 95.
Waqiát-i-Jahangiri, 70.
Warangal, 66.
Washi-lago, district, e. 100.
Wass, season of Varşa, 31.
Wazīrābād, Husain 'Ali Khan marcbes

to, 383–336,
Westmacott, Captain, e. 18.
Whiteway, Mr., 53.
Williams, Captain, 190.
Willem Andries & Datoh Assistant of

Chingora, 274.

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