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Bholanath, pr. 1., 201.
Bhore, place, 196.
Bhowal, town, 58.
Bhubanesvar Dutt, Babu, Dewan Hatwa

Raj, 200.
Bhuinhar, caste, 178.
Bhajawan Misir, pr. n., 196.
Bhūkan Mall, e. 47.
Bharkaha, village, 183.
Bhurthoohi, place, 193, 195.
Bhusandā, village, 35.
Biānah, town, e. 50.
Bibi Sata, wife of Ahmad Shah III, e. 12.
Bidyapur, village, e. 52, e. 53, e. 55.
Bījāpur, mint, 358.
Bijāpur dāru-z-Zafar, mint, coin of, 240.
Bījugarh, place, 191.
Bikā, Hazāri, 324.
Bikāner, a distriot, 314.
Bilmārià or Lalpur, 111.
Bindraban, mint town, 79.
Bird, Shearman, Secretary, 209, 211.
Bir Pratap Shahi, Babu, 198.

Privy Council Judg.
ment on the appeal

of, 223-225.
Bīr Sen, Rájá, founder of the Hutwa

Ráj family, 179.
Bisen Rajputs, 180.
Bishmukh Raja, 254.
Bishnath, plain, 258.
Bishnath-On some Archæological re-

mains in, e. 16-19.
Bişpi, village, e. 21.
Bkah-agyur, a Tibetan work, 119.
Bkra-shis brtseg8-pa bshug8-80, a Tibetan

work, 151.
Blama-brgyud-pa-i-rnam-thar, a Tibetan

work, 128.
Bla-ma-mchhod-pa-i-chho-go, & Tibetan

work, 157.
Bla-ma-shi-ba-z-phrin-sgrub-rin-po-chhe.
i-8gron me-uyang-bted,

Tibetan
work, 160.
Bleazby, G. B., Mr., of Allahabad, 229,

Basdeo Dewal, temple, e. 17.
Bassein, treaty of, 239.
Basurba, 53.
Battle axe type, coins, a new variety

of, 65.
Bayley, Sir Stuart, Lieut. Governor of

Bengal, 200.
Bchom-ldan-ades sman-lha-imdo-tsho-ga-

suying-po-bsdus-pa-yid-bshin nor-bu-
shes-bya-ba-bshugs-so, & Tibetan work,

153.
Bchom-Idan-adas thub-pa-s-dbang-po-s-

rnam-par-thar-pa-la bstod-pa, a Tibetan

work, 174.
Bde-bar gehegs.pa-la bstod-pa-lha-irnga-

bo-chhe-s.sgru-dbyans-shes-bya-ba-bsh-

ugs-so, a Tibetan work, 159.
Beams, J., Mr., 250, 251.

his short note on the Old.

Datoh hatchments in Chin.

surah Church, 274.
Bechu Singh, pr. n., 191.
Bedar Bakht (Prince), 289, 346.
Bedar Dil, Prince, 346.
Behali, mauza, e. 16.
Behāli, Mandir, a description of, e. 18.
Bebāli Mukh, 255,
Belbari, maaza, 110.

silver coins found in, 233.
Bencker Andreae, pr. n., 274.
Benedict Goes, 55.
Benett, Mr., 250.
Ber, district, e. 98.
Beri, King of Khan, e. 86.
Berlin, city, 367.
Betwa, river, 246.
Beveridge, H:-Observations on General

Maclagan's paper on the Jesuit Mis.

sions to the Emperor Akbar, 49–56.
Bhadāwar, city, e. 37.
Bhagvānlal Indrāji, Paņạit, his account

of the Western Ksarapas, 227, 370.
Bhajja, pr, n., 289.
Bhāndārā, a district in the C.P., e. 109.
Bhandrepa, family, 364.
Bhanpura, mint, coin of, 233.
Bharatpur, town, e. 55.
Bharhichowra, place, 180.
Bbartpur, town, 289.
Bhātī, country, 58.
Bhedapa, family, 365.
Bhelari, village, 183.
Bhim Singh, Raja of Kotah, e. 28.
Bhim Singh Hādā, Raja, 291, 294, 298,

6. 36.
Bhim Singh, Rao, e. 59.
Bhojpur, town, 246.
Bhojpuri dialects of Saran, notes on, 245

-249. .
Bhojpuri dialects origin of, 246.
Bhoj Raja, 246.

230, 242, 373, e. 109.
Blochmann, Mr. 49, 53.
Blon-po-bka-i-thang, 131.
Bodhisattva, Avalokitesvara the guar.

dian Saint of Tibet, e. 82.
Bod-kyi brda-z-bye-brag-blo.ldan wyer.

mkho-i-sgron-gsal, a Tibetan work, 140.
Bod-kyi-brda-i-bye-ba brag-gsal-bar-byed-
pa-s-bsten-bchos-tshigs-be-u-byad

pa
mkhas-pa-j-ngag-gi-sgron-ma, a Tibetan

work, 141.
Bod-kyi-beda-sprod-pa-i-gshung-sum-chu -

pa-dang rtags-kyi-ajug-pa-nyung-ngu--
tshig-gis-go-sla-bar-bkral-ba legs-bshadi
snang-ba-dampa-shes-bya-ba-bshug8-80,8
Tibetan work, 139.

a

Bodo, group of languages and Deori Buroi fortification, history of, e. 18.
Chutiya, some connections between, 37.

marks found on stones
Bodong-riseb, district, e. 100.

in the, 257.
Bokhara, city, 263, 270.

plan of the, 256.
Bon, religion, e. 86.

Buroi river, 254, 255, 259.
Bondi, city, 292.

“Burra-Gosai Jharoni,'' a clump of trees
a province of Rajpatana, e. 59. known as, e. 19.
campaign against, e. 59.

Barrah Gang, place, 204, 208.
Bonio Nanju, Profsr. of Sanskrit, 118. Buxār, battle of, 181, e. 109.
Booneah Rajas, dynasty of the, 60. Byabapa, family, 364.
Bord hol Dewal, temple, e. 17.

Byā-ka-rana-i-rtsa-ba-sum-chhupa-dang-
Bothenia Andreae, 274.

rtags-kyi-ajug-pa.guyis-bshug8-80, a Ti.
Bourbon, John Philip, 54.

betan work, 138.
Boardillon, Mr. 198.

Byang-chhub-lam-gyi - dmar-khrid thams-
Boyer, M., 272, 273.

chadmkhyen-par-agrod-pa-i-bde-lam-
Bragoaapa, family, 365.

shes-bya-ba-bshugs-so, a Tibetan work,
Brahmachari, Fakir, 8. 17,

171.
Brahmaņda Purāņa, 272.

Byang.chhub-lam gyi-rim-pa-s-akhrid-kyi
Brahmaputra, river, 58, 254.

-sa-bchad, a Tibetan work, 143.
river god, 259.

Byang-chhub-lam-gyi-rim-pa-i-akhrid-yig-
Brāhmi inscription on the reverse of a ajam pa-i-dbyans kyi shal-lung, a Tibe-
Nahapāna coin, 228.

tan work, 172.
Brihadratha, the last Mayorya king, 180. Byang-chhub-lam-gyi-rim-pa-i-d mag-
Brindaban, village, 201.

khrid-thams-chad-mkhyen-par bgrod-pa-
Bristow, Mr., British Resident at the 2-bde-rims-shes-bya-ba-bshugs-so, a Ti-
Court of Oadh, 188, 207.

betan work, 165.
Broach, a city on the Bombay Coast, Byang-chhub-sem-dpa-s-spyod-pal ajug-pa
53, 268.

-bshugs-so, a Tibetan work, 170.
Browne, H. Ulick, Lord, 221.

Byang-chhub-sems-dpa-i-spyod-pa-la-ajud
Brushal, a village near Gilgit, 365.

pa-i-agrel-ba-legs-par-Ishad-pa-i- rgya
Brughalpa, Pha-spunship, 364.

mtsho shes-bya-ba bshugs-so, a Tibetan
Bsod-nams-mchhog-grub-bstan-pa-i-rgyal - work, 171.
mtshan-dpal-byang-po-z-rnam-thar, & Byang-pa-rig-azin chhen

po-ngag-gi
Tibetan work, 127.

dbang po-i-rnam-thar, a Tibetan work,
Bstan-bchos-kyi-dkar-chhag.rin-po-chhe-i - 125.

-mzod khang she-bya-ba, a Tibetan Byroo Singh, pr. n., 191.

work, 163,
Bstan-bchos-kyi-dkar-chhag-rin-po-chhe-z-
mzod-khang-she-bya-ba,

Tibetan
work, 127.

[131.
Btsun-mo-bka-z-thang, a Tibetan work,
Buddha Gaya, place, 31.

Cairns, Lord, 224.
Buddha Shakhyathubpa, a short biogra- Canbar, people of, 249.
phy of, 174.

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Canto Babu, Dewan, 192, 205.
Buddhist Suttas, reference made to, 181. Canton, Chinese city, 269.
Budh Singh, Māhārão Räjäh Hādā of

Carstairs, Mr., 116.
Bondi, 291.

Cashmere, country, 260.
Budh Singh, Rao, Raja of Kotah, 298,

Catron Manonchi, 69.

Census of Tibet, e. 99-101.
Buguda, village, copper-plate Charter Ceranel, Pergana, 247.
found in, 282, 283, 284.

Chabelah Rām, 290.
Buller, J. C., his letter to R. Graham

Raja, Governor of Allahabad,
Esq., 206.

e. 32, 8. 45, e. 48, e. 56.
Bandelkhand, province, 247.

Chachraali, mint town, 79.
Bunyad Singh, pr. n., 189.

Chainpur Babu, 194.
Burhan-z. Máāsir, e. 2-12.

Chait Shahi, Mahárájá Báhádur, 184.
Burhanpur, place, 295, 319, 320, 329.

Chait Singh, Raja of Benares, 186.
Barn, Mr. C. 8., 65, 74, 232, 244, 381.

Chakhyungtag, place, e. 85.
an abstract of the rarer Mu- Chaklah Muradabad, 315.
ghal coins compiled by, 374-

Ćakora Sātakarņi, pr. n., 272, 273.
375.

Chalukya, Dynasty of Gujarat, 372,

e. 59.

Chapra, Grand Darbar at, 198.
Caraman Jāt, son of Bhajjā, 289~294,

302, 324, 341, e. 36-37, 0. 47–48.
Caraman, Tāt, settlement with, 309.
Chutiyās, people, 37.
Chủzang-Rinpo-che, the abbot of Khog-

gon, e. 92,

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Chambabamling, place, e. 85.
Cambal, river, 288, 290.
Chamchen, the coming Buddha, a large

image of, e. 80.
Chamchen Choije, title, e.

80.
Chamdo, place, e. 85.
Chanda Jhā, a Pandit of Mithilā, e. 22.
Candesvara Thakkura, author of Vivāda

Ratnákar, e. 25.
Chandī Dewal, temple, e. 17.
Ohandogya-Paddhati, e. 26.
Cand Rai, of Bikrampar, 58.
Chang-Dôk, province, e. 97.
Chankya Rinpo-che, e. 92.
Chapra, tomb of J. V. H. at, 275.
Charkhia, jungle, of, 187.
Charters, Mr., 214.
Ohatarsál, Bundelah, e. 59.
Chattradhári Sháhi Báhádur, Rájá, 194,

195.
Chavada, dynasty of Gujārat, 372.
Cha-yul, monastery, e. 100.
Chero Rajás, 247.
Cheros, an aboriginal race, 179.
Chetra, place, 191.
Cheyapore, village, 179.
Chhos-gshi-rin-po-chhe- aphrung-ba-shal.

gdams-dris-lan-skor, a Tibetan work,

160.
Ohhos-kyi-rgyal-po-blo-bzang - chhos-Kyi-

rgyal-mtshan-gyi-rnam-thar, a Tibetan

work, 124.
Chināpatan, mint, 358.
Chinguráb, the Dutoh factory at, 275.
Chilman Majumdar, 114, 115.
Chim-phu-pa, district, P. LOO.
Chitta Singh, Raja, 204.
Chlokha-Sam, three great provinces of

Tibet, e. 101.
Choikhorling, monastery, e. 84.
Choikhor Gyal, monastery, e. 82,
Choikyi Cholkha, the province of Bud.

dhism, e. 99.
Choipon Deba, pr. 1., e. 88.
Chopra, 80.
Chos-tse-ling, 120.
Chovo, the historical, e. 100.
Chowobukka Math Madho, village, 201.
Chronicles of Oonao, 250, 252.

of the Pathan Kings of Delhi,

230.
Chuming, province, e. 99.
Ohnnar, town, 190.
Chavargarh, Fort, 191.
Changar, the left branch of the Elenth

Mongols, e. 90.
Cuniakhalipara, a mahallah of Shahzad.

Ohya-Yul District, e. 102.
Chyog-lē Namgyal, Court, e. 88.
Chyrog-tshang-pa, monastery, e. 102.
Clans of the Roy Bareilly Districts, 250.
Cleveland, Mr. 191.
Olive, Lord, 269.
Codrington, Dr., 241, 370.
Cognomen Bahmani, origin of the, e. l.
Coinage in Bengal, the East India Com.

pany assumed the right of, e. 109.
Coinage of Farrukhsiyar, 357.
Coin of Gujarat fabric, metal of, 235.

features of, 237–238.
form of, 235-236.
legends of, 236.
mint of, 238~239.

weight of, 236,
Coins of Mediæval India, Canningham's,

227.
Coins of Murshidabad Mint between 1748

and 1793 A.D., e. 109-113.
Colvile, Sir James W., 224.
Conqaest of Tibet by the Tartars, e.

96-102.
Consens, H., Mr., Supdt. of the Archæo.

logical Survey of Western India, 372.
Coote, Sir Eyre, 190.
Copper Coins of Aḥmadabad, Akbar's,

e. 103-108.
Copper Carrency, Local, in the Dewās

State, Central India, s. 114-116.
Copper temple, of the Sutias, e. 18.
Cornwallis Lord, his treaty with 'Aşafad-

daula, 78.
Coronation medal of the first king of

Oadh, 74.
Cosserat, Mr. 264.
Cowreah, place, 191.
Coxe, Captain, 189, 212.
Crawford, Major James 191.

Major Moses, 190.
Cross-Laplant, Lt., Secretary, 213.
Callianpore Koarry, pergana, 204.
Cunningham, Captain, 370.

General, 64.
Currencies of Rájputáná by Webb, 243.
Cutumba, village, 191,

A

par, 266.

Chun-Wang, title, e. 92.
Chupatpha,

of

Sinha, e. 17.

surname

Godadhara

Da, District, e, 98.
Dacca, mint at, e. 109.
Dadhici a saint, e. 22.

Dadrah, village, 253.
Dahibhata, village, e, 26.
Dilamite dynasty, 2.
Dalman, pargana, 252.
Dalton, Captain, 254.
Daman, Portugaese city, 53.
Dames, Mr., 75.
Danbákyäbali, e. 23.
Daņdanāyaka, title of royal favour, 284.
Dangra, district, e. 100.
Dangsi, pargana, 249.
Dānishmand Khān, 290.
Dan Khang, district, e. 98.
Daorahbar, a bamlet, 252.
Daphla, country, 256.
Daphas, Mongolian tribe, 255, 258.
Dapang, monastery, e. 80, e. 86.
Dapůng Talka, an Avatar, title, a. 83.
Darbār-i-Akbarī, 53.
Dard customs, 366.

language, remnants of, 365.

question of West Tibet, 364.
Dar jam, district, e. 102.
Darlûng, district, e. 97.
Darrang, district, 255
Dar-al-barat Kandi, 81.
Dār-ul-Manşar, Jodhpur, 79.
Dār-al Muşawwir, Deh, Jamalpur, 79.
Darya Khan, 57, 181.
Daśakarma Paddhati, e. 26.
Dasāvadhān, a title of Vidyapati, e. 21.
Dastür-ul-Insha, 288.
Dāūd Khan, 294, 295, 336, 339, e. 10.
Dāud Shah, 61.
Daundia Khera, pargana, 250_-252.
Dāvăd, pr. n., e. 3.
Dāwar Dād Khān, e. 32.
Dayen Khan, son of Gushi Khan, e. 87-

88.
Don-ma-la-ajug-pa bshug8-80, a Tibetan

work, 174.
Don-ma-rtsa-ba shes-rab-kyi-ngag-don

bshad-pa-rin-po-chhe-i-phreng ba bshugs

so, a Tibetan work, 172.
Devāditya, grand-father Candeśvara,

Despalla, district, 284.
Desrid-Governor, e. 87.
Deva Sarmá, pr. n., 260.
Devendra Nath Dutta, Baba, 200.
Dewa, mahal, 253.
Dge-slong-gi belab-bya-sags nye-bar-mkho.

aga-shig, a Tibetan work, 135.
Dhāri (Dhārür), 242.
Dharwar, town, 80.
Dhīresvara, son of Deváditya, e. 26-27.
Dholpur, city, 290.
Dhongrā Devī, 33,
Dhongra Hill, 32.
Dhongreśvarī, 33.
Dhajju Singh, Babu, 192.
Dibrugarh, district, 36, 254.
Diego-da-Coato, pr. n., 53.
Dīg, place, 280.
Digambara Chatterji, translator of

Vīvādaratnākar, e. 25.
Dighapatiya, Rajahs of, 110.
Dibli, city, 288.

, mint, 357.
Di-khung, district, B. 98.

monastery, e. 100.
Dikhung, district, e. 102.
Dikrang, river, 259.
Dilawar, 'Ali Khān, Sayyed, 351, e. 51,

e. 57-59.
Dilawar Jang, 325.
Dil Daler Khān, the 'Ali Murad Khānī,

321.
Dildarnagar, camp nt, 190.
Dilu King, foander of the city of Delhi,

180.
Dinapore, city, 191.
Dindār Khan, 347.
Dirham Shara'ī, a coin, 303.
Diwan Muḥammad Khān, 61.
Diyanat Khān (grandson of Amânat

Khān ' Khāfi), 321, e. 30.
Do-Chung, district, e. 100.
Dogmi Lochava, a Buddhist sage, e. 95.
Doh, district, e. 100.

» , place, e. 95.
Doh-meh = lower Doh country, e. 97.
Dôk-pa = pastoral people, e. 100.
Dol-Jong, district, e. 99.
Dolma, goddess (Tārā), a prayer to, 174.
Dong, a Tibetan tribe, e. 94.
Doordooreah, place, 59.
Dopeh mar-wa, district, e. 100.
Dorje Tag, monastery, e. 92.
Dost Muhammad Khān, Afghān, e. 59.
Dottor Imperbicado, 56.
Downes, Ensign, 191.
Dowson, Professor, 58.
Dpal-Idan dmag-for-rgyal-mo-i-ego-nas-
rnom-thong-sgrub-chhul-de-iagras-bshad
-dang bchos-pa bshugs-80, à Tibetan
work, 157.

e. 26.

Deba of Tsang, e. 86.
Deba Simha, son of Siva Simha, e, 22.
De Haller, Dr., 275.
Delhi, arrival of Husain 'Ali Khān at,

328-333.
Mint, coing of, 229.
named after its founder Dilu, 180.

progress of events at, 323-326.
Delmerick, Mr., 81, 229, 381.
Den-Wang-Tsi-Zur-Gya-Tsho, Lama, 140.
Deogarh, mint town, 80.
Deorakh, mahal, 252.
Deori-Chatiya and Bodo group of lang,

uages, some connection between, 37.
Defabali, M.8., 178.

F

Dpal-rje-btsun-sgrol-ma-a-mtshan-brg ya. Erskine, Lt., 188, 206.
rtsa-brgyad shes-pa-skadgnyis-gshan-sb - Evelyn, J., 216. .

yar bshugs-80, a Tibetan work, 155.
Dragohospa, family, 364.
Drang-ba-dang-nges-pa-2-don
rnam-par.

F
abyed-pa-i-bstan-bchos-bgs.bshad-sny.

ing-po bshug8-80, a Tibetan work, 177. Faghfur, pr. n., e. 8.
Dri-med-od-zer (Lama), the work and

Fa-Hien, Chinese traveller in India, 30.
teachings of, 158.

Faizi, poet, 51.
Dronin, Mr., 67.

Faizallah, 81.
Droz Simeon, 207.

Faizul Islam, 112.
Dsongkha Jong, district, e. 98.

Fakhr-un-nissa, Begam, daughter of
Duffla, range of low hills, e. 16.

Sadat Khan wife of Farrukhsiyar,
Du-gagang, distriot, e. 100,

359.
Du-Jarrio, 53, 55.

Farhang-i-Anjuman-Ard-s-Naşiri, 21,
Dujjoo Singa, pr. n., 203-205.

Faridābād, place, 291, 292.
Duke-pa, district, e. 98.

Farmalēan, Padre, 55.
Dûkpa, monastery, e. 100.

Farbītūn, 55.
Durgā, image of, 184.

Farmīlan, 55.
Durgābhakti Taranginž, e. 23, e. 27.

Farrukh, pr. n., e. 3.
Dur-gchod-kył ngag.adon agrigs-chhags.

Farrokhābad, mint town, 80.
su-bkod-pa-dur-sri-rgyan.gchod, a Tiqe-

Farrukhsīyar, pr. D., 290, 293, 294, 296,
tan work, 146.

299, 302, 304, 313, 314-319, 322,
Darjan Singh, son of Mánsingh, 59.

324, 325, 327, 331-338, 340, 343,
Durkee, J. H., of New York, 229.

346, 355, e. 109.
Darminyeg, district, e. 100.

Character of, 353-355.
Dus-gsum-sangs-rgyas thams-chad kyi-ngo

Children of, 360–361.
bor gyal ba blo-bzang grags-pa-la gsol.

Coinage of, 357–359,
adebs.pa i smon-tshig bsam-pa lhun-gyi

Death of, 348–352.
grub-pa she-bya-wa, a Tibetan work,

Length of the reign of, 356.
151.

Made a prisoner and deposed,
Du-wensha, a compiler of official records

344348.
of Tibet, e. 101.

Reign of, 355.
Seals of, 358.

Style and title in life and after
E

death, 356.

Two rare coins of, 241-242.
East India Company's coinage, E.

Wives of, 359-360.
Thurston's paper on, 300.

Farrukhsiyar, son of Aurangzeb, 240.
E-chan Gotan, e. 96.

Farrukhsiyar's widow made over to
Edward, Walter N., and Mann, Harold Ajit Singh, e. 51.

H:-An ancient Assamese fortifica. Faşiḥul Islam, 112.
tion and the legends relating thereto, Fatḥabād, mint town, 80, 242.

Fathabād Dhārür mint, coin of, 241.
Edward, W. N.-On some Archæological Fathepur, pargana, 253.
remains in Bishoath, c. 16-19.

Fateh Shahi, Rájá, 181, 182, 191, 192,
Edwards, Mr. Thomas, 217.

[54. 205.
Egidio Anes Pereira, Vicar of Satgaon, Father Goldie, 56,
Ekai Kawa Gochi, Jápanese monk, 118. Father Monserrat, 56.
Ekdallah, place, 59.

Fath Khān, Fāzil, e. 6, e. 41.
Elliot, 53.

Fathpur, fort, 61, e. 51.
Sir, C. A., 250, 252.

Sikri, city, 51, e. 50, e. 57, e. 58.
Sir Charles, Lt.-Governor, 199. Fatty Shaw, Zemindar of Hosseypar,
Ellis, R. W., Mr., coins of, 374.

206, 208.
English Bazar, Thana, 233.

Fanthome, J.F :-a forgotten city, 276.
English in Bengal, 275.

Fatima, 58.
Enriquez, pr. n., 51.

Fazl-i Rabbi, Khundkar, 113.
Ephthalites, a people of Tātar Origin, Fidæ Khan, 304, 315.
868.

Firdnsi, Persian Poet, 2.
Erskine Jokh, his letter to Mr. Isaac Firishtá, e. 244,
Sage, 208–9.

Firoz Skah III., coin of, 373.

254.

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