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J. A. S. B., Vol. LXXIII. Pt. 1. PLATE IX.

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N.B.-Figures prefixed by the letter “e” refer to the pages of the Extra Number of the Journal.

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‘Abbāsī Khālifa, 113. ‘Abdul Bāqi Turkestāni, 60. ‘Abdul-Ghafür, 330, 351. ‘Abdul-Jalil Belgrämi, 361. ‘Abdul-Karim. 302. ‘Abdullah Khān 294, 295,301,340, e. 31, e 50–52. ‘Abdullah Khān, Afghan, 349. ‘Abdul Qādir Badāyūnī, Historian, 278. ‘Abdul Waheb, 110. ‘Abdul Wali, Maulavi–On the antiquity and traditions of Shāhzadpur, 262. 33 On some Archaeological remains in the District of Rajshāhi, 108. ‘Abdunnabi, 289. ‘Abdunnabi Khān, 335. ‘Abdur-Rahmān-b-Samara, 270. ‘Abdus-Samad Khān, Governor of Lahore, 292, 341. Abū-‘Abdur Rahmān-al-Ansari-al-Khirzraji, 270. Abū-Bakr, 270. Abū-Bakr, Khalifa, 237. Abū‘l-barakāt, title of Rafiu’ddarajat, e. 28. Abu'l Fath, title of Roshan Akhtar, e. 56. Abul Fazl, Historian, 49–51. his Akbarnāmā, 277. his list of the names of Rajas, 225. -Abul Muzaffar Bahādur, 114. Abul Muzaffar Mu‘inuddin Mhd., title of Farrukhsiyar, 856. Abul Muzaffar Nasrat Shāh, 109, 111. Abul Muzaffar Nāşiruddin Nasrat Sháh, 111.

33 93. 99 93.

Abū Noëm, 270. **
Abu-zaidal-Hasan of Siraf, 268.
Acquaviva Rodolfo, missionary, 52, 54.
Adam, Mr., his report on Education, 113.
Adityasena, Afshad inscription of, 282.
Adoni, Mint, 358.
Affinity of Miran Kachäri (modern)
Dimäsä or Hills Kachāri and Hodg-
son's Bodo (probably Mech) languages,
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Afzal Khan, 313, e. 30. -: Agara Sindur, 58, 59. Ågharābād, place, 299, 308. Aghar Khān 348. Ag", goy, 279, 280, 288, 290, 292, e. 45, 6, Đèje Agrah, fort, 32. Agrah fort, siege of, e. 45–48. 33 , surreforder of, e. 48–50. Agra Mint, coins of, 233,234. Ahbar-i-Nasārā, 50. Ahmad Shāh, 80. Ahmad Shāh, rupee of, e. 113. Ahmad Shāh III, e. 11. Ahmad Shāh Vali, offspring of, e. 10. Ahmad, Son of Hasan, e 4. ,, son of Shahābuddin Mahmud Shāh, e. 11 Ahmadabad, town, 319, e. 37. 33 in Gujarat, e. 44. 33 mint, Akbar's copper coins of, e. 103–108. 39 Sübah, e. 58. Ahmad Beg, 343, 344. Ahmad Khān Bangash, 80. Ahmadnagar, fort at, 321. 93 mint coins of, 239, 240, Ahmadnagar Farrukhābād, 80. Ahom kings, 37, e. 17, 33 tribe, 37,

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Ahwāl-à-Bohawāqin, 296, 354. Aihar, mahal, 252. Aima Estate, 113. Ain-i-Akbari, 49. 2 3 Hutwa Raj in the, 225. Ajam-dpal-dbyans chhos-kyi-rje-dkonmchhog-chhos-aphel-gyi-rnam-thar, a Tibetan work, 125. Ajeet Mull, zemindar of Gorakhpur, 192. Ajit Singh, Raja, 290, 311–314, 816, 326, 336, 338,339, 343, 345, 351, e. 28, e. 31, e. 50–52, e. 57–58. Ajmere, city, 288, '290. ,, mint, 77. Akbar, The Great, 182. Akbar’s copper coins of Ahmadabad. mint, e. 103-108. Akbar, Rupees of, 376. Akbar II, copper coins of, 79. Akbar Ali Khān, Raja, 191. Akbar, Prince, the rebel son A'lamgir, 3.19. Akbarābād, town, e. 32, e. 33, e. 87. 3 * mint, 357. Akbārābādī, mosque, 351. Akbarnāma, history, 49, 277, 278. , Akbarpur, ferry station, 329. Akdalla, place, 59. Akhor-los-bsgyur-ba-rnams-kyi-byung-ba gsal-bar-byed-pa-mkhais-pa-i dga-ston, a Tibetan work, 133. Akon, a Chinese commissioner, e.99. ‘Alā Bakhsh Barkh-urdār Lashkari, 111, 113. ‘Alamgir, 289. ‘Alā'u-d-Din Bahman spring of, e. 4. ‘Alā'u-d-Din Husain Shāh, Sultan, 111. 99 Hasan Kio, Bahmani, ©. 24. Shāh Gangüi-Bahmani, e. 2. 33 9 3 Shāh, his pedigree as given by Firishta and the author of Burhān-iMa'asir, e. 3. Khilji, the Afghan, Sultan of Delhi, e. 26. ‘Alā'u-d-din III, son of Mahmud Shāh,

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‘Alim ‘Ali Khān, 320, 321. [376. Allahabadmint, Rupees of Akbar, of the, Allahwirdi Khān, 287. Allote, pargana, e. 115. “Allote ” pice, e. 115. Altan Khān, e. 84. Al-Wāqidi, 270. Amber, city, e. 35, e. 37, e. 45, e. 56–57. ,, country, 292. Amdo, province of Tibet, 122, e. 81, e. 84, e. 89, e.98. Amin-ud-Din, pr. n., 289, 330, 332. ,, Khān Bahādur, 297, 301. Amir, pr. m. e. 3. m Barid, e. 11. ,, Khān, 302, 308. Amir-ul-Islam, 112. Amnabad, town, 279, 280. Amnour, village, 178, Amsterdam, capital city, 274, 275. Ancient India, 246, 269. Åndhār Kotha or Black hole, the jail of Shāhzadpur, 266. Andhra dynasty, 272. Andhra History and Coinage, 273. Andor, people of, 249. Andries Gadzeszoon, pr. m., 274. Anşārs, 270. Ansuri, pr. n., 2. Antonio Cabral, pr. n., 53. Anwar Khān, 302. Aphags-pa-ajam-dpal-gyi-mtshan- y a ng dag-par-brjod-pa-bklags-thabs bchas bshugs-so, a Tibetan work, 176. bzang-po-sphyod-pa-i-smonlam-gyi-rgyal-po-bshugs-So, a Tibetan work, 177. bzang-po tshig-don-gyi-agrel†ho...? p a \bshugs-80, a Tibetan work, 177. , o de-bhsin gshegs-pa-i-gtsug-torngà, bywng-ba-i-gdugs-dkar, a Tibetan work, 155. shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-tu-phyinpa-brgyad-stong-pa-bshugs-80, a Tibetan work, 169. shes-rab-kyi-pha-rol-tu-phyānpa-rdo-rje-gchod-pa-shes bya. ba-bahugs-80, a Tibetan work, 168. Apo, place, e.85 Apshad inscription of Adityasena, 282. Årahanna, village, 282, 284. Aravali Hills, 61. Argoor, pass of, 191. Arig-thang, province, e. 84. Årimuri or Årimatta, a former tradi. tional ruler of Nowgong and Durrang, 259—261, e. 16,

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

, T., ‘Alamgir's Wazir, e. 47.
Asaf Khan, 302, 804,
Åsafābād Bareli, mint, 78.
Asafud-daula, Nawab of Oudh, 188.
9 3 Nawab, Wazir, 78.
Aśoka, Raja, 31.
Asoph-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.
Aufi-ul-ash'ari, 270.
Aurangabad mint, 357.

93 ,, coins of, 240.
. 33 town, 191, 319, 322, 329.
Aurangzeb, two rare coins of, 240.
,, , a new mint of, e. 108, 109.

Avadh, Subah of, 250.
Avalokiteśvara, Buddhist god, 129, 152.
53 Bodhisattva, e.82, e.88.
A’zam Khān, General of Shāh Jahān,
242, 302.
A’zam Shāh, 289.
Azes, the line of, 227.
Azilises, the line of, 227.
‘Azīmābād city, 295.
‘Azimābād-Patna, province, 331.
‘Azim-ullah Khān, 304.
‘Azim-ush-shan, 290,340, 351, e. 32. .
‘Azizul Islám, 112.

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Bābā Mughal, e. 49.

Babar, Emperor, 181.

Bo Tahir, a few words about the date of, 2.

Baba Tahir, Quatrains of, 1–21.

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English, 3–21.

Persian Text, 22–29.

33 39 3?

99 93 29

Babhan, caste, 178.

Babu Khan Qushqal.
Babus of Pursa, 197.
Badāyāni, 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,
Bădshāh Begam, 360.

*.* Kunwar, wife of Farrukhsiyar,

Bagachin Bhuinhars, caste, 180.
Bagaha, place, 189.
Bagha, Jāmi Masjid at, 108.
Bāgh Dahr-ārāe, place, e. 45.
Bāgh Malham Shāh, 312.
Baghochia Bhuinhars, a caste, 180.
Bahadur Dil Khān, 297, 298.
Bahadur Gilani, e. 12.
Bahādur Shah, 52, 289, 290, e. 42.
Bahādur Shah, II, a rare coin of, 243.
Bahādur Shah, Shāh Alam, e. 109.
Baháud-Din Zākāriyā, 271.
Bahmani Dynasty, three genealogical
tables showing the pedigree of the,
e. 13–15.
Bahraich, city, 226.
Bahrāmi-gur the Sāmāni, pr. n., e. 3.
Bahtām pr. n., e. 3.
Bai-rot-sāna, the life of, 132.
Bai-ro-tsa-na-i-rnam-thar, 132.
Bakht Mall, Rajah, 347.
Bakhtyār Khilji, ruler of Bengal, 262,
269.
Bakraur, place, 30.
Băl, people of, 249.
Balabhadra Shahi, Maharaja Bahadur,
184.
Bālā Ji Wisvanāth, 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.
Banār, river, 59.
Banauli, village, e. 23.
Banda, town, 80.
Bandhü, pr. n., 337.
Banga, district, 190.
Bangālā-burj, a bastion of the Agra Fort,
e. 45.
Bangwān (Bangawan), mahal, 252, 253.
Banjāras, people, 80.
Bantzen, town in Germany, 367.
Bara Banki, district, 252, 253.
Bâra Bhāyas of Eastern Bengal, 57.
Bâra, Pergana, 249.
Bâra, Sindúr, 58.
Baragaon, place, 188, 192.
Baragong, 211.
Barai, pergana, 249.
Bârahpulah, place, 290, e. 38, e. 43.
Bărbakābād, Sarkar, 111.
Bareli, mint, 357.
Barheria, place, 183.
Bariguda, village, 284.
Barqandāz Khān, the faujdar of Gwali-
yār, 329.
Bartoli, pr. n., 51, 54.
Basant Shahi, Babu, 183, 187, 193.
Basanta Shaw, Babu, 207, 208.
Basantpur, village, 198.

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