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Firuz, the elder son of Yezdegerd II.

368 369.
Firūz' Ali Khan, Bärhah, 321.

Sayyad, e. 47.
Bakht, pr. n., e. 3.
Shāh and Ahmad Shāh, the parent-

age of, e. 8.

Shah's Lāth-two pillars, 323.
Forbes, Mr., commissioner, 198.
Fortification on the Buroi, plan of thie,

256.
Framji, Mr., e. 104.
Francke, A. H:-A language map of

West Tibet with notes, 362-367.
Fulus, the (coin), e. 103-105.

types of, e. 106-107.
Futūhus--Salātīn, e. 6.

4

G

Garo language belongs to the Bodo

group, 37.

Gaur, ancient city, 61, 116, 233.
Gauree Singh, pr. n.,

204.
Gauri Nath Sinba, pr. n., e. 17.
Gaur Pāsbā, 61.
Gautamiputra, pr. n., 272.
Gayā Kāśyapa, 31
Gchod-dbang mdon-bsdus-rin po-chhe-i-

phreng-ba-bshugs-so, a Tibetan work

143.
Gchod-kyi-bstab-pa-chha-drug, a Tibetan

work, 144.
Gchod-kyi-gshed adul gdug-pa-tshar-gchod

dung-gchod-kun-gyi-don-bsdus-pa-adon -
agrigs-shin-tu gsal-ba, a Tibetan work,

147.
Gchod-kyi-sgo-nas ser-ba-bsrung ba-i-gdams

-pa-zab mo, a Tibetan work, 146.
Gchod lugs-chhar-abod-suyan-pa-rgyud-yi

-ger bkod-pa-n-adon-bsgom phyag-len-

dang-bchus-pa, a Tibetan work, 145.
Gchod lugs-kyi-god-bchod.bshugs-80, a Ti.

betan work, 146. .
Gchod bugsmkho-chhang-bu-bague-tua-i-

phyag-lon, a Tibetan work, 144.
Gchod-lugs phun-sum-tshogs.pa-ime-

mchod, lhas-chhog-tu bkod pa, a Tibetan

work, 147.
Gchod-tshogs-kyi-suyen-thabs-tshog 8-k y en

bstab-pa drag-po, a Tibetan work, 144.
Geduntbnb, the first Dalai Lama, 172.
Genealogical table of Kādā Rājahs of

Kotab and Bundi, e. 60-61.
Genealogy of the Hutwa Raj family, 226.

of the Bahmani kings, ac.
cording to, the Burhani-Máa-
sir, 4. 14.
according to Firishta, e. 13.
compiled from various sour-

Gacha Rabkha, district, e. 98.
Gadhaiya coins, of Gujrat, 368.

Description of, 371-372.
History of, 370—371.

Periods of currency, 373,
Gadûndûb, Lama, e. 88.
Gadûn dub, a later disciple of Tsong.

khapa, e. 81, 82.

Line of hierarchs, e. 84.
Gadun Gya-tsho, Lama, e. 82, e. 83, e. 88.
Gahden, monastery of, a. 81, e. 86.
Gahdan Phodang chyogle Namgyal, e. 88.
Gahdan Thipa, the hierarch of the Yellow

Cap Church, e. 81.
Gaj Sing, first Raja of Bettiah, 225.

Raja, Mārwars, 291.

of Narwar, e. 59.
Galigada, village, 284.
Galagpa, the Yellow Cap Sect, 122.
Gandak, river, 187, 197, 260.

valley, 249.
Gándhāra, kingdom of, 369.
Gandovi, port, 239.
Gangaitsa Lama Khar, district, e. 98.
Ganga Mohan Laskar :-the Khurda cop-

per plate of Madhava, king of Kalinga,

282.
Gangā Pattal, e. 23.
Ganges, river, 245.

Gangrār,” pice, e. 115.
Gangs-ljongs-kyi-yi-ge-i glogs-thabs.d ang

bg8-shen-gyi-yi-ge, a Tibetan work,

170.
Gangū, a Brahman, e. 2.
Gangzang-tha, country, e, 95.
Ganjam, district, 282.
Ganjas, village, 35.
Gão-ghāt, a town on the Jamnah, e. 35.
Gargaon (in the Sibsagar district), a

silver coin found in, e. 113--114.

ces, o. 15.

Geru, province, e. 100.
Ghairat Khān. Faujdar of Narnol, 297,

388, e. 32, e. 35-37, e. 46, o. 48.
Ghalib Jang, 313, 325, 333.
Ghazipur, district, 226
Ghāziaddin Haidar, king of Awadh', 74.

Khān, 313, 325, 343, 344.
Ghazni, a coin of, 244.
Ghiladari, river, e 19.
Ghiyāsaddin Abul Muzaffar Bahadur

Shah, Sultan, 117.
Balban, 66.
Mahmud, 381.

Tughlak, coin bearing the
name of, 230.
Ghrāwalī, town, 279--281.
Ghulam Ali Khan, e. 53, e, 55.
Gilgit, town,

364.
Girdhar Bahadur, the rebellious Gover-

nor of Allahabad, e. 59.

Gujarat Fabric, coins of 235.
Gulbarga, fort of, 2, e. 2.
Gunabhiram Barua's Buranji, referred

to, e. 114.
Guneśvara, son of Deváditya, e. 26, 27.
Gung-khor-pa, district, e. 100.
Gang-thang, river, e. 99.
Gurdon, P. R. T., Major, e. 114.

The Moran language,
36-48.
Guroh-i-wabshi, tribe, 52.
Gara-padma-jung-ne, a full biography

of, 130.
Gushi Khan, e. 85-87.
Gūtī, mint, 358.
Guzrat, province, 247.

mint, 357.
Gwalior, province, 247.

city, e. 37.
mint coins of, 233, 234, 242,

357.
Gya, district, e. 98.
Gya Chorten Karpo, the gate of the

great Chinese wall, e. 99,
Gya-kor=two Tagos, e. 101.
Gyalpo Mi-wang, e. 92.
Gyal-wa, Rinphche, title, e. 83.
Gyalwai Wangpo, title, e. 83.
Gyamapa, families, e. 102.
Gya-mapody, district, e. 100.
Gyam-ring, & sub-district of Tibet, e.

102.
Gya-ma-wa, monastery, e. 100.
rGyamthsopa, family, 364.
Gyantse, chief town, e. 86.
Gya-poi-kyi-yig-tshang=records of China

and Tibet, e. 100.
Gzuns-saags-dang de-bshin-gshegs-pa-i

mtshen dka-agyur-suying-po-sogs kha-
adon byed-rgyn zab-mo-i rigs-phyogs
gchig-tu-bkod-pa don gnyis lhun-grub.
bshugs-so, a Tibetan work, 150.

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Girindra Nath Dutt :-Further notes on

the Bhojpuri dialects
spoken in Saran, 245.
History of the Hutwa
Raj, with some nu.
recorded events of
the administration
of Warren Hastings,
and of the Indian

Mutiny, 178.
Go=headman, e. 102.
Goa, Portugaese town, 51, 54.
Gobind Singh, Jāt, e. 37.
Godādhara Simha pr., 1., e. 17.
Gogra, river, 190, 197.
Gogra-Gangetic valley, 248.
Golapa Chandra Sarkar Sastri-trans-

lator of Vivádratnákara, e. 25.
Golding Edward, 207, 210.
Gomiri, village, 254.

monza, 8. 16.
Gondhica, river, 260.
Gong, district, e. 98.
Gongmapa, family, 364.
Gongsa-nga-pachenpo, the fifth Supreme

Lama, e. 88.
Gonlung, a monastery in Amdo, e. 87.
Gopgar, distriot, e. 97.
Goonsar, tālak, 282.
Gopal Bari, servant of Fateh Shahi, 187
Gopalji, temple of, 199.
Gopeh jám, district, e. 102.
Goraboe, place, 59.
Gorakhpar, district, 180.

city, 204, 247.
Gossain Madhoram, pr. n., 201. .
Govind Ram, the Government farmer of

Husainpar, 186, 204, 207.
Gnas-brtan-phyag-mchho d-b s hugs-s o, a

Tibetan work, 153.
Gnes-chhen-ti-se-dang mtsho та-р һа т

bchas-kyi-gues-yig-bskal-ldan thar-lam-
adren-pa-i-lugs-kyu-shes-byn-ba, a Tibe-

tan work, 137.
Gnyan-chhen mtha-la-gtad-pa, a Tibetan

work, 145.
Graham, R., Mr., Collr. of Saran, his

letters dated 11-7-1805 to Thomag
Graham, President, Board of Revenue,

204 205.

Thomas, Mr, 192, 203
Grambucanpa, family, 364.
Gibbs, J., Mr., 229.
Grierson, Dr., 245.
Grome, Mr., Collr. of Saran, 189, 191, 192,

204.
Grongd ponpa, family, 364.
Gsang-ba blan-med-pa-i chhos-spyod lam-

khyer gyi rim-pa, a Tibetan work, 162.
Gudda, district, 263.
Gugé, district, e. 99.

Hābungiãs, people, 37.
Hadā Rajahs of Kotah and Bondi, genea-

logical table of, e. 60–61.
Hadi Şāḥib, 265.
Hafizābad, mint town, 79.
Hafizullah Khan, 847.
Haft Hāzarī, a rank, 349.
Hague, The, city, 274.
Haidarābād, mint, 358.
Haidarābād, a Mahalla of Shāhzadpar,

266.
Haidar Quli Khan, e. 36-37, e. 46 e. 49.
Haig, Major W. :-Some notes on the

Bahmani dynasty, e. 1.
Haihar, Mabal, 252.

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Háji Begam, step-mother of Akbar, 53. Ho, dialect, e. 62.
Ibrahim, 54.

Hodal, place, 291, 292.
Saifullah Khan, 321.

Hodkinson, G. I. 8., Mr., manager of
Halliday, Fred. Jos., his letter to Mabá- Court of Wards, 201.

[e. 94.
rájá Chhatterdháree Sahee of Hatwa, Hoichen, the god of thunder and light,
216-217.

Holkha-pa, district, e. 102.
Hamadan, town in Persia, 276

Holodhar Sarmab, e. 17.
Hamid Damishmand Maulana, 112.

Hordu = a nomad Tartar family, e. 101.
Hamiduddin Khān 'Alamgirī, 302.

Hormisdas, the younger son of Yezdegerd
Hamilton, Dr. Buchanan, 268.

II, 368.
Hamvira Deva, of Ranstambha, e. 26 Hosha, a census commissioner of Tibet,
Hankesly Hall, Captain, 190.

e. 101.
Hannay, Captain, e. 18.

House of Worship, 51,
Col, 190, 254, 257.

Hphags-pa-ajam-dpal-gyi-mtshan yang.
Hanover, in Germany, 367.

dag-par-brjod-pa-skad-guyis sban sbyar
Hansi (Şahibābād) mint town 82.

shes bya-ba bshugs-so, & Tibetan work,
Haradatta, son of Deváditya, e. 26.

173.
Harari or Harsayar, tank of Simh's Hphags-pa-baang-po-spyod-pa-i-smon-l am
minister, e. 27.

-gyi rnam-par-bshad-pa kun-tu-bzang-
Harasāyar, river, 263, 268.

po-i dgongs-pa-gsal-bar-byed-pa-i-rgyan,
Hara Simh or

Hari Sinh, Raja of a Tibetan work, 167.
Mithilá, e. 25.

Hpag-shes-rab-kyi pha-r o t-tu-phyin-pa
Hardinge, Dr., 188, 210,

[211.

bsdud-pa-tshig8-84-bchad-pa bshug8-80,
Harding, H., his letter to Simeon Droz, a Tibetan work, 176.
Hardy, Major, 189.

Huurt, Mr., 20.
Harington, J. H., 214

Huliya, 270.
Harish Chandra, one of the Booniale Homayan, Moghal Emperor, 181.
Rajas, 62.

Shāh Bahmani, e. 10.
Harjye, place, 118.

Shāh Zālim, e. 10.
Hara Kumar Bans Tewari, pr. n., 201.

offspring of, e. 11.
Hārmāti, Rănī, 259.

Hūņa coinage, 369-370.
town on the Dikrang river, 259, Hūņas, the, a people of Tatar origin, 368.
Hāran-ur-Rashid of Baghdad, 113.

Husainābād, mint town, 79.
Hasan 'Ali Khān, 289.

Husainpar, town, 182, 191.
Hasan, the founder of the Bahmani

village, 202.
Dynasty, e. 1.

Husain 'Ali Khān, 294-296, 306, 216,
Kānkn, e. 2.

319-325, 328, 336 —
Kānkui-i-Bahmani, e. 2.

339, 341, 344, 345, 349,
Khān, e. 10.

e. 29, e. 31, e. 38-39,
Yar Khān, 302.

2. 43–45, e. 47-49, e.
Hasbal bukm, 293.

51, 54, 57.
Hashim 'Ali Khān, Dakhinī, 349.

his arrival at Delhi, 328–333.
Hasila-pir, 264.

his campaign at Agrah, e. 44-45.
Hasti Grāma. city, 195.

his first audience, 336-338.
Hastings, Mr., 190.

his start from the Dakhin, 319-
Hazrat Maulánā Dánishmand, 110.

323.
Mu'āzz-'ibn-dabal, king of Yaman

marches to Wazīrābād, 333-
263.

336.
Hendley, Col.. 225.

Husain Shah-al-Husainī, Sultan, 111.
Heron-Allen, Edward, Mr., English Husenābād mint, coins of, 233.
translator of the Quatrains of Baba Hüshang, pr. n., e.

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Tahir, 1.

dutwa Raj family, genealogical table
Hierarchy of the Dalai Lama (1406-

of the, 226.
1745), e. 80–93.

history of the, 178–226.
of Sakya, e. 94-96.

in the Ain-i-Akbari, 225.
Himmat Khān, a Būrhah Sayyad, e. 30,

table of landed property
e. 34, e. 39, e. 42, e. 56.

of the, 203.
Hinayāna, doctrines of religion, 165, 172. Huyupa, Lama, e. 96.
Hirabinda, king of Saamāra, 259.

Hwan-gsze = yellow temple, e. 80.
Hirālal, the Diwan of Sher Afghan

Hwen Thsang, Chinese traveller in
Khān, Panipati, e. 34.

India, 30.

I

Ibădat Khāna, or House of worship, 51,

54.
Ibn-i-'Abbas, 270.

'Abi, 270.

'Omar, 270.
Ibrāhim, pr. n., e. 3.
'Idgāh, the, 298.
Ijilig, a Tartar noble, resident of Tibet,

e. 98.

.

Mr:

Ijtihad, Akbar's, 50.
Ilkhās Khān, 299, 322, 323, 329, 332,

333, 345.
Ikhtişās Khān, (grandson of Khān

Zaman), 321.
Ilāhābad, origin of the name of the

mint town, 78.
Imad ad malk, Nawab Bahadar, 1.
'Inayat Bāno, wife of Rafi-ad-darajat,

e. 39, e. 42.
Ināyatullah Khan, Kashmiri, 298–303,

328.
India of Aurangzeb, by Babu Jadunath

Sarkar, 241.
Indraprastha, city, 180.
Irvine, Mr., 275.
William,

-Later Mughals
(1707-1803), 287–361, e. 28–61.
Isa-Ishmael, 57.
Isabah, 270.
Isā Khān, account of, 57.
Isfandiyår, pr. D., e. 3.
Islāmābād, mint, 77.
Islām Khan, Badakhshi, 302, 304, 331,

343, e. 36. e. 48.
Islam Shāh, 42.

Suri, coins of, 231.

silver coins of, 234.
Ismail 'Adil Shāh, e. 12.
Igmā'il Quli Khān, 69.
Itāwa, change in the spelling of, 77.
Itawah, mint, 357.
I'timad Khan, 318.

Gajrati, 69.
Itiqad Khăn, 304, 316, 308, 312-313,

315, 317–318, 322, 325, 333, 338

340, 343, e. 30.
I'tişām Khān, 299.
'I waz Khan, deputy governor of Berar,

821, e. 36.

Jahangir, the Moghul Emperor, 182, 360.

raro coin of, 239.
sword of, e. 50.

Zodiacal coins of, 67.
Jahangirnagar, Dhakah, mint, 357.
Jahan Murad Shah, 860.
Jahānpanāh, mint coins of, 233.
Jahan Shāh, e. 57.
Jah-yul, district, e 98.
Jai Singh Sawãe, Raja, 290, 292~294,

298, 309, e. 32, e. 34, e. 37, e
45, e. 48, e. 58–59.

J

terms made with, c. 56–58.
Jäjan, victory of, 305.
Jalali Kabūtar=Bokhāra pigeons, 267.
Jalal Khấn, 346, 347, e. 10.
Jalaluddin Firoz Shāh, 229.

Muhammad title of Farrukh-

siyar, 356.
Jālesar, place, e. 58.
Jam=a district, e.

97.
Jamāl Bakhtiyāri, S. 52.
Jam-chen=distriot, e. 101.
Jam-chung=a sub-district, e. 101.
James Morgan, Col., 190.
Jamnah, river, 288.
Jamshid, e. 11.
Jam-yang Choije, a disciple of Tsong-

khapa, e. 81.
Jangalbari, family, 58, 59.
Janghis Khān, his conquest of Tibet,
Jangyul, country, e. 98.
Jān Nişar Khān, governor of Khandesh,

320.
Jardine, W. E., Mr., Assistant to the

Hon'ble the Agent to the Governor-

General in Central India, e. 114.
Jarif Khan, Robber chief, 196.
Jasn Singh, a zemindar of Kälpī, e. 37.

revolt of, e. 45.
Ját. a race, 228.

» campaign, the, 289–294.
Jatesvara, son of Deváditya, e. 26.
Jaunpur, mint town, 79.

city, 226.
Jay Mall, Raja, 181.
Jazira, peninsula, 58
Jazīyah or Poll tax, 302–304.
Jetsong khápa, reformer, 122, 142, 143,

151,
Je-tsun-Dampa, hierarch, e. 85.
Je-tsun-mila-ras-pa, 132.
Je-tsun-mila-ras-pa, the life of, 129.
"Jhang Chbub"

an appellation, 170.
Jharai, river, 182,
Jherai, river, 196.
Jhũnsi, city, 74
Jilan rretinde, 335.
Jiwan Rām, father of Khushḥal Cand,

355.

. 96.

Jabalpar, city, 225.
Jabir-b-Anas, 270.
Jacob van Hoorn, pr. n., 275.
Jadopar, place, 187.
Jagat Sinha, Raja, 180.
Jahåndār Shāh, 290, 300.

a rare coin of, 241.

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Jizyah, poll-tax on non-Mahomedans

reimposed, 299.
Jodhpar, city, o. 58.
Jogeswar Biswas, Babu, 117.
Togini, Pargana, 186.
Johnston, J. M. C., Mr., e. 110.
Jomokhan, place, e. 85.
Jones, Captain, 207.
Jovo Dong-nag, e. 95.
Joypira, pr. n., 260—261.
Jubraj-Shahi, Maharaja Bahadur, 183,

201.

Jugginee Jungle, pargana, 208.
Julian Pereira, priest of Satgaon, 53, 54,
Jūnāgarh, mint at, 238.
Juziya or poll tax, 302.

K

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Káb-ibn-Malik, 207.
Kabul, province of, e. 29.

valley, 369.
Kabul Mahomed, Rájá, 183.
Kuchwäha, caste, 292.
Kucmar, pergana, 247.
Kadoanpa, family, 365.
Kabanjara, village or mahal, 251.
Kahdag (Ka-thog) monastery, e. 92–93.
Kahlong = ministers, e. 92
Kahror, Mihira Kula defeated at, 369.
Kaikāus, father of Hasan, e. 3.
Kailash, mount, 118.
Kaiqubad, pr. n., e 3.
Kaiyūmars, pr. n., e. 3.
Kakrālī, village, 280.
Kaküba, place, 280.
Kalacuri, or Cedi dynasty, 246,
Kalakrālī, village, 277, 280-281.
Kali Dās Gajdānī, pr. n., 57.
Kaligaon, perganah, grant of, 115.
Kalimullah, Shah, e. 12.
Kalinjar, province of, e. 33.
Kalisaffa, place, 114.
Kalmuk Tartars of Khalkha, e. 85.
Kālpi, mint, coins of, 233, 234,
Kalsia, State, in the Panjab, 79.
Kalliepa (or Kalyan), mart, 272.
Kallyanpore, pergana, 217.

city, 181, 226.
Kalyan Mall, Rájá, 181, 182, 201, 226.
Kalyanpur Kuadi, pergana, 182, 192.
Kalyan Singh, Mahárájá of Patna, 191.
Kalzang Gyatsho, e 91.
Kal-zang-Gyatsho, the seventh Dalai

Lama, the life of, 127.
Kāmā, place, 290.
Kāmbakhsh, a rare coin of, 240.
Kamrup, district, 260.
Kāmwar Khān, 291, 292, 294, 299, 302,

307, s. 52.

Kanagad, village, 284.
Kanauj, battle of, 181.

rulers of, 246.
rKanchagpa, family, 364.
Kanghi, Chinese Emperor, e. 91--92.
Kangri, mountain, e. 99.
Kangyur, 119.
Kānkū (or Gängu) a Brahman astro.

loger, e, 1.
Kans, Raja, 113.
Kapāsia, thana, 59.
Katrābūh, city, 58.
Karahkah, place, e. 50.
Karampasa, river, 190.
Karārābad, mint, coin of, 241.
Karatoya, river, 60.
Kar-gyud-pa, seot, 132.
Kariguda, village, 284.
Karma, seot, e. 83.
Karmapa, hierarchy, e. 85, e. 87.
Karm Cand, 339.
Karthowli, village, 202.
Kashtwar, Rájáh of, 360.
Kāsi (Benares), 179.
Kasi Nath Tamuli Phukou’s Buranji,

referred to, e. 114,
Katārbal, 59.
Katak, mint, 357
Katarmalbāzū, 59.
Kataya, police outpost, 181.
Kathjāwād, district, 238.
Kathmandu, 118.
Katrabūh, 58.
Kavi Kantbahār, a title of Vidyapati,

e. 22.
Kechogtai Pinchang, census commis-

sioner of Tibet, e. 100.
Kedar Rai, of Bikrampar, 61.
Khāfi Khān, 77, 289, 290, 292—294, 299,

316, 331, 343.
Kha-gangpa, district, e. 100.
Khairabad Sarkar, 253.
Khāja Ni'matullah Tabrizi, the envoy

from the rebel Bahādur Gilānī,

e. 12.


Khajooraba Tappa Bagahi, village, 201.
Khalatse, a Dard village, 364.
Khalif 'Othman, 268.
Khālişah, Diwan of, 299.

=exchequer, 328.
Khalka, hierarch, e. 85.
Kham, proviuce, e. 85, e. 89, e. 92.
Khāmā Jāt, e. 51.
Khambāyat, city, 73.
Khamdo = female angels, e. 90.
Khams-gsum chhos-kyi-rgyal - po. tsong.

kha-pa-chhen-pos mxod-pa-ż by-
ang-chhub lam-gyi rim-pa-chhen-

mo, a Tibetan work, 142.
Khanahzad Khān, Hafiz, 302, 349.
Khanbalik, the Tartar city, 6. 96.

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