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Sayyad Amir Khān ‘Ulwi, 301.

, , Asadullah (Nawab Auliya), 321. , Dilawar ‘Alī Khān, 344. , Fathullah Khān, 297. ,, Ghairat Khān, 331, 335. , Hasan Khān, e. 37.

, , Hussain ‘Ali Khan, 312, 345.

,, Khān Jahan, 302, 311, 335, 345.
,, Muzaffar Khān, Khan Jahān, 292.
,, Najmuddin ‘Ali Khān, 316, 325,

335. Sayyads, take possession of the palace, 38–341. 32 their conduct considered, 352– 353.

Sayyad Salābat Khān, 313, 343, e. 30. 33 Shajäät Khan, 335. 33 Shajā‘at-ullah Khan, 332. Sde-bdun-gyi-dbang-chhog-lag-len - dang bchas-pa-chhos-Srung-gi-skor, a Tibetan work, 16}. Sde-brgyed gser-skyems-bshwgs-80, a Tibetan work, 157 Sebastian Manrique, 54, 59. Seebdown Shaw, pr. n., 215. Seepah, pergana. 183. Selari, village, 183. Seljuks, the, 2. Sen, title of Rajahs, 180. Sera, monastery, 118, e.86. Sera Theg Cheling, monastery, e. 80. Serhnpur, a village, 25l. Sewan, station, 195. Sgra-bggywr-mar-pa-lo-tsha-i-rnam - thar, a Tibetan work, 132. Sgrol-ma-dkar-8wgon-gyi-bstad - pa - danggzwngs-bchas-bshugs-So, a Tibetan work, 156. Sgrol-ma-mandal-gshi-chhog dpag - bsam suye-ma-shes-bya-ba-bshugs-80, a Tibetan work, 175. Sgrol-ma-myer-gchig-gis-bstod-pa - g5ung guyi-mtshen-sbyang - shes - bya - ba bshugs-80, a Tibetan work, 155. Shab chu, valley, e.95. Shab-khar, Ngah-ri, a sub-district, of Tibet, e. 102. Shag, district, e. 97. Shahabad, district, 245–246. Shāh ‘Abdul Wahhab, 112. Shahābuddin Mahmud, title assumed by Ahmad, e. 11. 39 Shāh, e. 7. 92 ,, offspring of, e. 11. Shah ‘Ālam (prince), 289.

3 * Bahādur, 241.

35 II, the last of the Moghul Emperors, 185.

99 Ahmad, 264.

Shahan Khān Jalair, 226.
Shāh A'zmat, 264.

Shāhbaz Khān, 58, 226, 315. Shāh Bodlä, 264. , Daula, 113. , Habibullah, 264, e. 10. 99 99 Danish, 265. Shahi, title of Rajas, 180. Shah-i-Zaman, title of honour, 74. Shāh Jahan, Emperor, 112, 289. ,, , a sheet sprinkled with pearls of, e. 50. 99 I, coins of, 237. Shāhjahānābād, mint, 357. Shāhjahan Sâni, title of Rafiuddaulah, e. 42. Shah Jalaluddin Bokhari, saint, 263. ,, Khêngsawar, 264—265. , Madār, 265. ,, Mahmud, 264. ,, Mastan, 264. ,, Muāzzam Danishmand, Maulana, 111. , Muhabbu'llah, e. 10. , Muhammad Daula, fakeer, 110. ‘, Muhammad Rafiq, 112. ,, Nawāz Khān, 353. Shahrin pr. n., e. 3. Shahryār, pr. n., e. 3. Shāh Salim Cishti, tomb of, e. 58. Shah Singh, pr. n., 204. ,, Yūsuf, 264. 99 ,, Darvish, 265. Shahzādpur town, 262, 264—267, 269. 32 fourteen mahallas of, 266. 33 the mosque of, 266. 35 the Waqf estate, 266. $ 9 the fair of, 266. Shahzāda of Yaman, 265. Shaikh ‘Abdul-Haq Dihlavi, 270. Badrul Islam ‘Abbāsī, 113. Bahauddin Zakariya of Multan, 270. Kamāluddin Yaman, 270. Muhammad Siraj-i-Junaidi, e. 2. Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, e. 2. Qutbuddin of Jaleswar, 52. Salim Chishti, 77. 93. 93 tomb of, e. 56. Shaistah Khān, 339, e, 43. 35 his rising at Delhi, e. 43. Saiyid Jalāluddin Bokhari, 270. Shakkarpur, place, e. 39. Shalihmār, garden at Agharābad, 298, 308. Shahi, monastery, e. 102. ,, province, e. 99. Shamsher Khan, 291, e. 36, e. 46. Shamsuddin Kayumurs, an extremely rare coin of, 229. Shamsuddin Muhammad, e. 11. 92 Lashkari, offspring of, e. 11.

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Shamsuddin Tabrizi, 264—265.
Shamsul Islam, 112.
Shang, district, e. 102.
Shang Khang, Chenpo, governor, e.92.
shankara Mulhär a trusted agent of
Rajah Sahu, 321.
Sha-pho, district, e. 97.
33 jam, district, e. 102.
Sharifabad, mint coins of, 233.
Shariful Islam, 112.
Sharpa Yege châng, e. 96.
Shayog, valley in Tibet, 364.
Shenzi, country, e. 97.
Sherabpa, family, 364.
Shergarh mint, coins of, 233,234.
Sherpur Murca, 60.
Sher-Shah, 57, 63, 181.
33 coin of, 374.
33 silver coins of, 233—234.
Shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-dw-phyinpa - m a n -
ongag-gibstan-bchos-mugon-par-rtog 8 -
pa-i-rgyen-ches-bya-ba-i- a gre l-b w -
Shugs-80, a Tibetan work, 165.
Shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-tu-phyin-pa- m a n -
ngag-gi-bstan-bchos-mugon-par-rtog 8 -
pa-i-rgyan-ches-bya-ba-bshugs-so, a
Tibetan work, 173.
Shes-rab-kyi-swying-po-bshugs-so, a Tibe-
tan work, 156.
Shiahi, river, 182.
Shihab-aldin Ahmad Khān, 68.
Shihab-uddin Umar Shah, coins of, 229–
230.
Shing = lo las, e. 101.
Shiii Däs, 291, 293.
Shona dighee, 115.
Shon-nu-gon, a compiler of the official
records of Tibet, e. 101.
Shore, J., 216.
Shunchi, a mountain chief, e.87.
Shūng, 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-lugs-pa, e. 81.
Shyakya-thub-pa, the 84 different birth
stories of, 128.
$iam, gulf of, 269.
Sibasing, pr. m., e. 17.
Sibnath Dewal, temple, e. 17.
Sidhupur, village, 250—251.
Sidi Qāsim, Fülād Khān, 350.
Sidi Yāsīn, Khān, 350.
Sihrind, mint, 297, 357.
Sijili brothers, four, e.94.
Sikandar Khān, e. 10.
Sikandar Lodi, Emperer of Delhi, 111.
Sikandarpur, 253.
Sikandrah, place, e. 45.

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Simha, title!of Rajahs, 180. Simun, pr. n., e. 3. Singli Path, 255. Singli Tea estate, 255. Sipah, pergana, 249. j sub-division, 262, 265. Sarcar Saran, district, 190. Sirdar Shahi, Maharaja, 184, 202. Sirhind, town, 315. Siris, village, 191. Sital Lakhia, 60. “Sitāman’” pice, e. 115. Sitāpur, district, 253. Situ’Akyi-get, a governor, e.99. Situs' Grammar, 138. Siúli, place, 308. Siva Simh, Raja, e, 21. Siva. Singha, Shah, an Assamese Rájá, e. 114. Sivasvāti, pr. n., 272. Sāyar-ul-muta Akhkhirin, 295,350. Skamburpa, family, 365. Skanda Gupta, reign of, 368. Skye.8-bw-gswm-gyi-nyams-sw-blang-ba - i byang-chhwb-lam-gyi rumpa, a Tibetan work, 143. Skyabs-gsum-gyi-phyi-sgrigsthar-adod-kyi8kye-bo-8rid-shi-i-sdug-bsugal-rgyamtsho-i-pha-rol-dw-sgrong -pa - i lwng-rigs-rin-chhen adren-pa-ishing-rta-bshugs-so, a Tibetan e work, 166. Skyabs-mgon-bdwn-pa-bskal b2ang-rgyantsho-i-rnam-thar, a Tibetan work, 128. Skyabs-mgon-bshi-pa-yon-ten-rgya-mtshoi-rmam-thar, a Tibetan work, 123. Skyabs-mgon-gswm-pa-bood-nams- rg y a mtsho-i-rmams-thar, a Tibetan work, 123. Skyabs-mgon-lna-pa - ngag - d.bang - blo bzang-rgya-mtsho-i-rnam-thar, a Tibetan work, 122. Snyan-mag-gw-bstan-bchos-me-long-s h e s bya-ba-bahugs-80, a Tibetan work, 149. Snyan-ngag-me-long-ki-dka-agre! - d.byanschan dgyes-pa-iglw-dbyans-bshugsso, a Tibetan work, 149. Snyam-ngag-me-long-ki-dka-agrel - d.byanscham-dgyes-pa-iglu-dbyans - bghugsso, a Tibetan work, 149. Söd-nam-Gya-tsho, the 3rd Dalai Lama, life of, 123. bSodrnams phelpa, family, 365. Sog, district, e. 97. Sog-jam district, e. 102. Sogla-kyavo, river, e.99. [199. Sóka-Mudgara, a book of mournful songs, Sömnath of the North, epithet of Čan. desvara, e. 25.

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Sona Bibee, 115, 116. Sonam Choiphel, Governor, e.87. ,, Gya-tsho, title, e.83–85, e.88. Sonárgãon, town, 58, 266. sons 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-i-adren-mchhog-dur-smrig - achhang-ba-luga-pa-ngag-dbang-blo-bzangorgya-mtsho-ajigs-med-go-chha - th wb bsten-lang-tsho-i-sde-i-gsung - abwm dkar-chhag-dpyod-laen-yid - dwangaphrog-byed-lha-i-rmga-gsang-8 he s *w. a Tibetan work, 137. Somadbhāgavad Gītā, palm leaf MS. in Vidyapati’s own handwriting, e. 23. Srin-mo = demon, e. 94. Sri Sātakarni, title, 272. Sri Wigraha, 65. * Srong-Ushan-gampo, a Tibetan king, 129, e. 88, e.99. Srofitsan-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 Appeal of Tilukdharee, Shashu and others, 221–223. Stubbs, F. W., Major, 230, 232. Styria, a German district, 367. Süba-i-Bihar, the Hindu Rājā of, 263. Subansiri, river, 259. Sub-deacon Leo, 55. Subhadatta, son of Devāditya, e. 26. Subhanpur, place, 196. Subonsiri, river, e. 16. Suhaid, pr. n., e. 3. Sujātā, 31. -Süketa, a city in Kosala, 180. . Sukul, Parsram, pr. n., 201. Sulaimān, pr. n., 117. Sulaimān Beg, e. 47. , Kararāna, 57. ,, Khān, 57. Sultan Firuz Shāh, e. 10. ,, Ghiyāśuddin Muhammad, e. 7. ,, Humāyūn, e. 7. , Husain-ul-Husaini, 109. , Ibrāhīm Sharqi of Jaunpur, 113. , Muhammad Ghāzī, 114. -Sultan Murăd Bakhsh, 69. Sultānpur, 66. Sultans of Delhi, coins of, 66, 229, 373.

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Sultan Shamsuddin Daud, e. 7. Sumatra, island, 269. Sum-chhw-pa-i-8mying-po-behugs-80, Tibetan work, 140. Sumi Thaiji, pr., e, 85. Sundara Sātakarna, title, 272–273. Sunga king, 180. Surasena (Mathura), 179. Surăștra, dynasty, 227. Surat, city, 51, 289. , mint, 357. Süri dynasty of Delhi Sultans, 233. Sutias, copper temple of the, e. 18. Svalikarna, title, 272. Svayambhu character of Magadha, 120. Syed Ali Bilgrami, editor and translator of the Quatrains of Bābā Tāhir, 1. Syed Golam Mustofa Khaun, translation of the petition of, 209. ,, Jammul Mahomed of Bokhara, 209. ,, Mahomed, the faujdar of Gorakhpur, 188. , Mohammad Khan, 211. Syria (Shām), 270.

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Tabaqāt-i-Akbari, e. 2, e. 4, e. 5.

39 ,, of Nizām-ud-din, 51.

Tab Bârsă, 53.

Tâgo =50 Hordus (families), e. 101.

Tahavar Khan, e. 58.

Turani, e. 44.

Wālā Shāhi, 349.
Chinese capital, e. 98,

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93.
Taitu (Peking)
e. 101.
Taj Khān, 57.
Tā-Kan-Sri, title, e. 85, e.87.
Talāb Ketà Nath, e. 58.
Tālai Khān, e.88.
Talé Lama, title, e. 83.
92 Vajradhara, e.84.
Tama, a princess of the Nāga, e. 94.
Tama Thang-pa, sub-district, e. 102.
Tamen, a general, e. 96, 97.
Tă 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
silver coin, 120.
Tanka, the (coin), e. 105
,, types of, e. 107.
Tänki, the (coin) e. 105–106.
,, types of, e. 107.
Tânjor, tributary state of, e. 31.
Tangiqul Islam, 112.
Tantipara Masjid, 113.
Tanzing Choi-Gyal, e.86.

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Tā-Yen, dynasty, e. 87. Taylor, Dr., 60. , Geo. P., 239, 373, 381, e. 109. Tazkiratwi-Mizlūk, e. 2, e. 4, e. 8. Te-lo-na-ro-gnyis-dang-mar-pa-lo - t s h a dang-rje-btswn-mi-la ras-pa-dang-dvagspo-lha-rje-rnams-sdus-pa-i-rnam - tha r, a Tibetan work, 133. Temple, Sir Richard, Lt. Governor, 198. Tengeling, monastery, 120. Tengrinor, lake, e. 99. Tezpur, city, e. 18. Tha-gu-Anugan, Census Commissioner of Tibet, e. 100. Thaijung (Tâi-tsung) Emperor, e. 97. Thakurs of Putiya, 110. Thakwan Themur, the last Emperor of the Yen or Tartar dynasty, e. 100. Thams-ehad-mkhyen-pa-chhos - a b y in s Tang-grol-gyi-rmam-thar, a Tibetan work, 126. Thana, city on the Bombay Coast, 268. Thanawala, Framjee Jāmasjee, of Bombay, 239. Thangpa, district, e. 100. Thangpochi, monastery, e 100. Thang-tsha, district, e. 100. Thaway, an old fortress, 184. Thikor = a province, e. 97. , or ten tong-kor, e. 101. Thipon = a provincial governor, e. 97. Thi-srong-den-tsan, king of Tibet, e. 95. Thog-cham Qorma, the daughter of Hoichem, e.94. Thog-tsha Paotag, e.94. Thom Darang, district, e. 97. Thompson, R., Mr., 221. Toft a Tartar title of distinction, 6, $985.

Thorama, district, 282, 284. Thumed Mongolia, province, e. 83. Thumi Sambhota, Tibetan Minister, 129. 2? 33 Tibetan Grammar, 138. Thün, place, 291, 292, 294. Thurston, E:—His paper on the East India Company's Coinage, 300, Tibetan Books brought from Lhasha, list of, 118. Tickell, Mr., e. 62. Tiefenthaler, 59. Tilakdhari Rajas, title, 184. 92 Shahi, Babu, 197. Tilchen, district, e.99. Tilghman, R. W., 213, 214, 216. Tingdzinpa, family, 365. Tinléh Gya-tsho, Lama, e. 87. Tirol, a German district, 367. Tirpoliyā = triple gate, e. 46. Titles of Roshan Akhtar, e. 56. Todah Tank, pergana, e. 37, e. 57. Todar mall, Raja, the great financier of Akbar, 182. Tog, district, e. 97. Toilàng, place, e.83. Toke, city, 58. Tomolung, district, e. 100. Tong-Kor= ten Gya-Kor, e. 101. Toragal, 241. Toramāna, son of Lae-lih, 369. Transcript of the copper-plate charters of Khurda, 284–286. Transoxiana, province, 270. Trichinopoly, tributary state of, e. 31. Tsa-du = a revenue-paying settled family of Tibet, e 101. [e. 94. Tsan-cham Mon, a Himalayan princess, Tsang, province of Tibet, e. 81, e. 82, <> e. 92, e. 95, e. 102. ,, divided into districts, e. 97. Tsangpa, district, e.99. Tsangpo, valley, e.92. Tsan-pu, river (Brahmaputra), 268. Tshab-cha, place, e.84. Tshad-ma-t-gshwng-don-abyed-pa-i-bsdusgrwa-i-rnam-bahag-rigs-lam-aphulgyi-lde-mig, a Tibetan work, 167. Tshalpa, district, e.98. 92 Lamas, e. 100. * Tshal-pai Retsa, district, e. 102. Tshalpa Zung Khur, district, e. 102. Tshang-Yung-Gya-tsho, the Sixth Dalai Lama, 154, e. 89, e. 91. Tshan 8-dbyangs-rgya-mtsho-i-rnam-th a r8wyan-agrugs-kyis-bkod-pa-ches bya-ba-bahug.8-80, a Tibetan work, 154. Tsha rong, town, 118. Tshe-Wang Rabdan, leader of the Chungar, e. 90–92.

Tshog-choi, the congregational service,
e. 89.
Tsho-ma-pham, lake, 137.
Tshong-din, monastery, e. 102.
,, district, e.97, e. 100.
Tshorpu, town, e. 85.
Tshul-thim-Gyatsho (Lama) a Tibetan
author, 170.
Tshurphu, monastery, e 92.
Tsi-mar, district, e. 97, e. 102.
Tsong-kha-pa, king, 168, e. 89.
39 founder of the Yellow school,
e. 80, e. 81. g
Tsongkha, the birth place of Lozang
Tagpa, e. 81.
Tuguganj, sub-district, e. 102.
Tulpai De, palace of, e. 96.
Turkaha, village, 183.
Tuzak-o-Jahāngiri, extract from the, 68.
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U, a province of Tibet, e. 82, e. 84, e. 92,
e. 100.
,, province divided into district, e. 97.
Uchh, place, 270.
Udyāna, place north of Peshawar, 130.
Ugra Pratap Shahi, Mahārāj Kumár, 197.
Ujjain, town, 319, 322, 329, e. 56,
‘Ulwi Khān, physician, e. 53.
Uma Dewal temple, e. 17.
Umā mai, temple of, e. 17.
Unao, district, 250, 252, 253.
Unchganw, village, 250—252.
Uparika, title of royal favour, 284.
Upper Tsang annexed, e. 86.
Urdū-i-Zafarqarin, 67.
Urga, city, e.85.
Urgyan, the land of, 130.
Urgyan-gu-rw-pad-ma-abyung-gnes - k y :-
roam-thar-rgyas-pa-bshugs-so, a
Tibetan work, 130. g
U-rgyan-gu-rw-padma-abywng-gnes -k y :-
skyes-rabs-pad-ma-bka-i-thang, a
Tibetan work, 131.
Utai-Shan, place, e. 97.

V

Wāgheta, dynasty of Gujarat, 372.

Vaidwrya Karpo, a valuable work on astronomy, etc., e. 89.

Wai Ser-choijàng, the history of the rise of the Yellow Church, e. 89.

Vajradhara, Talé Lama, e, 84.

Vajrāsana, the supposed centre of the Earth, 31.

Vajrāsan Wihāra of Wiradeva, the ruins of, 370.

Valentyn, pr. n., 274.

Waliullah, son of Shahabuddin Mahmud
Shah, e. ll.
Walsåd, port, 239.
Wan Lorne, Mr., 275.
Wans Kennedy, 49.
Wasco-de Gama, 269.
Wäsisthiputra Wilivāyakura, 278.
Vāyu Purāga, 372.
Wazir Khan, 226.
Wideha (north Behar), 179.
,, Kingdom, identification of, 248,
Widiidabha, the Kosala king, 179.
Vidyāpati Thakkura, the great bard of
Mitlalla, e. 27. [24.
Vidyāpati Thakur, an article on, e. 20–
Vijaynagar, Raja of, an expedition
against, e. 5.
Vincent Smith, 273.
Wirešvara, eldest son of Devaditya, e. 26.
Wiresvara, Thakkura, father of Gandes-
vara Thakkur, e. 25.
Virsarwara, tank of Wiresvara, e. 26.
Visai, village, e. 26.
Visaibar Brahmans, e. 26.
|V snu Purāna, 272.
Visnuvardhana of Malwa, 369.
Viswanath place, 259.
29 temple, e. 17.
or Bishnath, a town in Assam
valley, e. 16.
Wiśvapati, title of royal favour, 284.
Wiswagiri Porbot, hill, e. 16.
Vivóda Chintamózi, e. 25.
Vivāda Ratnākar, e. 25, e. 27.
Wost, Major, 79.
, W., Mr., 232, 244.

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riddles current among the Mundaries in Chota-Nagpur, e. 62–79. Wakālat Khān, title, 305. Wālā Shāhus, 291. Walsh, E. H. C. :-A list of the Tibetan books brought from Lhasa by the Japanese monk, Mr. Ekai Kawa Gochi, 118. * Wang-Chug-ma = the 28 goddesses, e. 95. Wāqiāt-i-Jahangiri, 70. Warangal, 66. Washi-lago, district, e. 100. Wass, season of Warsā, 31. Wazirãbãd, Husain ‘Ali Khān marches to, 383—336. Westmacott, Captain, e. 18. Whiteway, Mr., 53. Williams, Captain, 190. * Willem Andries a Dutch Assistant of Chinsura, 274.

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