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MYSORE

GAZETTEER COMPILED FOR GOVERNMENT


REVISED EDITION
BY
B . LEWIS RICE, C I . E., M R . A . S
I't;llow of the University of lI-fadras . Director of Arch(l!ologi<al Researches
late Director of Public Imtruction in lI-fysore and Coon;
VOL II
MYSORE, BY DISTRICTS

A'RCHIBALD. CONSTABLE AND COMPANY
2 WHITEHALL GARDENS
MDCCCXCVII
PRINTED BY
WOODFALL AND KINDER,. LONG ACRB
LONDOl(
CONTENTS
OF VOL. II.
BANGALORE DISTRICT, with Map
General Description I-Physical Features, I ; Rocks and Soils,
2; Climate, 4; Vegetation, 8; Arboriculture, 10; Crops, II;
Horticulture, 12; Wild Animals, 14; Domestic Animals, 15.
History :-Eatly Legends, 17 ; Gangas, Pallavas, Rash!rakll-
tas, Cholas, 18; Hoysalas, Ylidavas, Vijayanagar, 19; Mo-
rasu Wokkalu, Jaya Gauda, 20; Kempe Gauda, 21; Jagadeva
Riyal, Shahji, 22 ;<Mysore Wodeyars, 25. Popula.tion:-
Distribution, Increase, 27; Classes, 28; Stock and Dwellings,
29; Towns and Villages, 29; Festivals and Fairs, 30 ; Vital
Statistics, Diseases, 30. Trade :- Manufactures, 33; Arts,
34; Marts, 34- Revenue, 34. Communica.tions :-Rail-
ways, 35; Roads, 35 ; Travellers' Bungalows, 36.
Gazetteer of Principal Places, Rivers, &c. . 36-94
Bangalol'e, with Plan. 43
KOLAR DISTRICT, with Map
General Description :-Physical Features, 95; Tanks, 96; Rocks
and Soils, 98; Climate, 99; Vegetation, 100; Agricultural
Produce, 102; Animals, 103. History :-Legends, 105;
Mahavalis, Gangas, 105; Pallavas, Vaidumbas, Cholas, 106;
Hoysalas, Vijayanagar, 107; Timme Gauda, Chikka Rliyal,
107 ; Shahji, 108; MalIa Baire Gauda, log. Population,
110; Towns and Villages, I12; Festivals and Fairs, 1I2;
Vital Statistics, I13. Revenue, II 4. Trade :-Manufac-
tures, 114; Exports and Imports, 115. Communications:
-Railways, lIS; Roads and Travellers' Bungalows, II6.
Gazetteer of Principal Places, &c. . II 7-1 54
Kola' Gold Fields, with Plan 138
TUMKUR DISTRICT, with Map.
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General Description :-Physical Features, ISS; Rocks, Miner-
als, Soils, 157; Climate, 158; Vegetation and Cultivation,
160; Animals, 161. History:-Legends, 162; Gangas, No-
lambas, 162; Hoysall1s, 163; Cbalukyas, Vijayanagar. 164;
PAC,E
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Baire Gauda,"i6.; Sal Nayak, 16s; Bijapur, Mughals, IP6 ;
Subadars of Sira, 166. Population, 167; Towns and Vil-
lages, J69; Festivals and Fairs, 170; Vital Statistics, 17
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Reyenue, 171. Trade, 171; Manufactures, 172. Commu
nications :-Railways, 173; Roads, 173; Travellers' Bunga-
lows, 174-
Gazetteer of Places, &c .
MVSORE DISTRICT, with .Map
General Description :-Physical Features, 207 ; Channels, 207;
Rocks, Minerals, and Soils, 209 ; Climate, 210; Vegetation,
213; Forests, 2IS; Cultivation, 2IS; Wild Animals, 218;
Domestic Animals, 220. History:-Early Legends, 222;
Ganga!!, 223; Cholas, Hoysalas, 224; Vijayanagar, 225;
l\fysore Wodeyars, 22S. Population, 227; Towns and
Villages, 229: Festivals and Fairs, 230; Vital Statistics, 231.
Reyenue, 232. Trade :-Manufaclures, 232 ; Commerce, 233.
Communications :-Railways and Roads, 234; Travellers'
Bungalows, 23S.
Gazetteer of Principal Places, Rivers, &c.
Itfysore CIty, wi'" PIa"
Berlngapatam, wi'" Plan
HASS.'N DISTRICT, with .!lEap .
General. Description I-Physical Features, 320: 'Malnad and
Maidan, 321; Channels, 322; Rocks and Soils, 322; Climate,
323; Vegetation,,326; Forests, 327 ; Cultivation, 328; Wild
and Domestic Animals, 330. History :-Legends, 331 j
Kadambas, 331; Gangas, Hoysalas, 33
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; Vijayanagar, 333;
Balam, 333 ; Mysore Rajas, 333. Population. 335 ; Towns
336; :Festivals and Fairs, 337 ; Vital Statistics,
337. Re'llenue, 338. TrAde :-Manufactures and Marts,
338. Communication. :-Railways and Roads, 340; Trav-
ellers' Bunga1ows, 341.
Gazetteer of Principal Places, &c
K4DUR DISTRICT, 'wz'lh Map
General Descrlption:- Physical Features, 367; Soils, 371;
Climate,' 371; Vegetation, 372; Cultivation, 373; Wild
Animals; 375; Domestic Animals, 377. History:-:-Early
.Legends, 377; Kadambas, Gangas, Hoysalas
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379; Vijaya
nllG1lr, 380; Mysore Rajas, 380. Population, 381 ; Towns
and Villages, 383; }<'estivals and Fairs, 383 ; Vital Statistics,
38+ ReveDue, 384. Trade, 38S. Communication. ,-
Railways and Roads, 385 ; Travellers' Bungalows, 386.
Gazetteer of l'rincipall'laces, Rivers, Mountains, &c. 387-414
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SHlMOGA DISTRICT, with Map.
General Description :-l'hysical Features, 4J 5; Rocks and Soils,
417; Climate, 418; Vegetation, 420; Cultivation, 421;
Animals, 426. History: - Janamejaya, Kubattur, 427;
Mauryas, Guptas, Satavahanas, Kadambas. 428; Gangas,
Chalukyas. Rashtraklltas, Humcha, 429; Chalukyas. Ka-
lachuryas, Hoysalas, 430; Vijayanagar, 431; Keladi, 431;
Basvapatna, 437; Capture of Bednur, 437; Nagar Insurrec-
tion, 438. Population. 439; Towns and Villages, 441 ;
Festivals and Fairs, 441; Vital Statistics, 442. Reyenue,
443. Tra.de, 443. CommunicatioDs: - Railways and
Roads, 444; Travellers' Bungalows, 445.
Gazetteer of Principal Places, Rivers, &c.
CHITALDROOG DISTRICT, 'With Map.
General Description :-Physical Features, 489; Rocks, Minerals
and Soils, 491 ; Climate, 492; Vegetation, 495; Cultivation,
497; Animals, 498. History :--Janamejaya, 498; Mauryas,
Satavahanas, Kadambas, CMlukyas, Rashtrakutas, Nolambas,
499; Hoysalas, Vijayanagar, 500 ; Chitaldroog, 500; Nidugal,
54; Mysore Iuj, 505. Population, 505; Towns and
Villages, 507; Festivals and Fairs, 508 ; Vital Statistics, 5<>9;
Revenue, 509. Tra.de :-Manufactures, 509; Marts, 51 1.
Communications:-Railways and Roads, 5 II ; Travellers'
Bungalows, 512.
Gazetteer of Principal Places, &c. 512-539
ApPENDIX.
Glossary of Official Terms
.-1.ddCllda et Corrigenda
INDEX
VII
.APPENDIX
GLOSSARY OF JUDICIAL AND REVENUE TERMS'
And other Words occurring in Official Documents
A'Md
Abk:iri
Achkat ...
Adavu
A'dhcira ...
A'dMrrekh
Adhikrira
Agrahrira
Ainjama
Aivaj
A'kar
A1cc1rband
Alavi
Amal
A'mad
....
Amildc1r, Ami! .
Amalj:iri
Aminat, Anc1mat
Amcini ~ .
Populous: cultivated.
.i,evenue derived from duties levied on the manu-
facture and sale of inebriating liquors, and on
intoxicating drugs; excise.
The total area of land attached to a village.
When applied to irrigation, it means the total
extent of land capable of being watered by anlf
particular work.
Mortgage with or without possession; deposit.
Security; pledge j recognizance; bail: an
exhibit,
Base line.
Cognizance; jurisdiction; authority.
A village held by Brahmans on a favourable
tenqre.
'" Actual receipts .r credits.
Amount of money.
Area (of a field).
A register showing the area and rate of assess-
ment in detail of each survey number.
Progressive r ~ n t a l COl' improvement of Jand, or
rent commencing at a low rate and increasing
gradually year by year till the maximum limit
is attained.
Business; operation.
Imports.
A native collector in charge of a taluq.
Execution, particularly of a decree.
Deposit.
' Lands 'or other sources of revenue held under the
direct management of Government officials.
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Amm
Amma
Amnii
Amrit MaheU
Anche
APPENDIX
A bailiff in the Judicial Department.
Small-pox.
Tope of trees,; grove; the receipts from produce
of such are entered under the head amn.ii.
A department for improving- the breed of cattle
for Government purposes.
Post.
Anche chUa, anche bastu The leather wallet containing letters and papers
carried by the postal runners.
Anche kacMri .. Post Office.
Anche mane, anche-
yavara gudisalu
Ancheyava
Andaz, Andaj
Angadi ..
Angadi terige
Anna chhatra, Anna
satra
Ane, Anekat (anieut)
An unidha
Anw<ididar
Archaka ...
Ardhamanya
Ardh'ablanyadar
Are
Aridra
Arzi, Arji, Urzee
Asal
Asami
A'shUr khcf.na,
Postal runners' hut.
Postal runner.
An estimate.
A shop.
Tax on shops.
A building for the accommodation of travellers
where food is also
A masonry or brick dam across a river or stream
for the purpose of raising the water and dis-
tributing it by side channels to the land on
each side that wou1d otherwise not benefit by
the overflow.
A rain commencing between 17th and '29th
paddy is sown at this time.
Are-mortgagee; the mortgagee who holds the
property from the proprietor being called
Bbogyadar.
The officiating priest of a pagoda.
Land granted on a light quit-rent; generally half
rent, as its name implies.
A who holds as a manyam, lands assessed
at half the usual rates.
Mahratta.
A rain commencing between 19th June and 2nd
July. Paddy, cotton, &c., are sown at this
season.
A petition addressed by an inferior to a superior j
vice versd, it would be a tak(d; among equals
it would be a yadasht; an address; a
memorial.
Principal; original stock."
An individual.
An open building reserved by Muhammadans
for the exhibition of the panja during the
Muharram; at other times it affords shelter to
poor Muhammadan travellers.
A'slesha
A'sti
Aswini
A'yakat
Ayya, Ayyanavaru
Azmaish tarikh ...
Bab
Hadrli
Badige
Badii
Badti
Bagayat .
Bahal
Bakshi
Balagai
Bandara ..
Saraswati Bandara
Bandi, bandy
Handinav.aru
Bandhikhcina
Band, Bandu
Banjar ...
BaoIi
Bar
Barabal6ti
Baravard
Bartaraf ...
Barigat
Barika '"
Basti
Ba!\tu
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543
A rain commencing between 3 I st July and ) 3th
August. Gram and mangoes are sown at this
time.
Property; riches; real or personal goods.
A rain commencing between the IIth and 23rd
April. Ground tilled at this season.
The total area of land attached to a village;
when applied to irrigation it means the total
extent of land capable of being watered by any
particular work.
A Lingayit priest and teacher.
On probation.
An item; head of accounts.
Interest.
Rent.
A substitute acting for an absentee on leave.
Increase, especially of pay.
Garden lands, the assessment on which is levied
according to the number of trees; the rate
varying according to the fertility of the soil.
Reinstatement.
Head of an office.
Pariahs of the rigbt hand caste in Mysore and'
other Kannada countries.
A store rOODl or treasury.
A library.
A cart or conveyance.
Officials of the Revenue Survey and
Department
A jail or lock-up.
A n earthen embankment used as a survey mark.
Waste land
... A well.
Mysore Infantry.
Village officials, consisting of J 2 persons-viz.,
Gauda, Shanbhog. Panchcingi, Talvar, T6ti,
Nfrganti, Agasa, Nayinda, Kumbara, Lohar,
Badagi and Agasale.
Pay abstract.
Dismissal.
Body-guard.
A menial aDlong the village servants; a deputy
talm, who is employed to watch the crops,
from the growing crop to the granary.
A populous town j a J aiD. temple.
A bundle of records or papers.
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BatH, 'Bata),
Batavad
Bazar
Bedaru ...
Be-chir<ikh
Beddalu ...
BeTe
Bella
Hepar
Bcpari
Beriz
Be5aya
nesige kala
Besta
Bella.
Be-drasu
BMga
Bhang, Bhangi ..
nMra mc1rga
13harani ...
Bharti
Bhaurm(nya
...
I.
Bh:t.taman yadara
Bhata vritti .
Bhatta (Batta)
'Bhatti
Bhatti sunka
nli<1vi
B h ~
Dht5gya
Bbumi
l3(di
. ..
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Division of the crop between the cultivator and
the landlord, or the Government in that
capacity.
Disbursement; payment; distribution.
I} market.
Hunters; poachers
Without lamp; deserted. Applied to an unin
habited village.
Dry land.
Crop.
Jaggory, a kind of molasses.
Trade.
A merchant or trader.
The full revenue obtainable.
Cultivation.
Hot weather; dry season.
A fisherman; palankeen bearer.
A hill. A Jain place of worship at the summit
of a hill, consisting of an unroofed enclosure
surrounding a colossal image.
A term generally applied to property left by
persons without heirs; unclaimed.
Partition: share.
Hemp used in making an intoxicating and
stupefying preparation which is smoked like
tobacco.
Transit duty.
A rain commencing be!ween 27th April and 2nd
May. Various kinds of grain are sown at this
season.
Export.
A small portion of rent-free land granted to
Brahmans.
A Brahman holding rent-free lands.
A small portion of rent-Cree land granted to
Brahmans.
Extra payor allowances to public servants; an
allowance to temporary peons, serving sum-
monses and other processes oC courts; travel-
ling allowance; paddy.
A still.
Still-head dutr.
A well.
An interview; visit.
Mortgage with possession.
Land, generally applied to .culturable land.
A street.
Bidige t
Bfjavari t.,
Billeyava
Bilu
Biradari ...
B i t ~ Begari
, ..
B6gyadar, Bh6gyadar ...
Bombe
Doond
B6yi
Brahmadaya
Brinjari ...
Buddhivanta
Bund
Canteroy pagoda (Kan-
thiraya varaha)
Chadsal ...
Chci.kara
Chakari ...
Chakbandi
Chalan ...
Chalav<i.di
Chambar
Chapbane
Cbatala, SataJ;li ...
Chatra, Chhatra
Chattego1ra
Chaubfne
Chaukasi
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OFFICIAL TERMS
545
Second day of. the bright. or dark half of a lunar
month.
Area of land calculated according to the quantity
ofseed requiI:ed for sowing in it.
A peon or man wearing a belt.
Waste, uncultivated land.
A troop of Silahdars in the Mysore Horse, con-
sisting generally of 12 men.
Gratuitous labour exacted from ryots on account
of Government.
A mortgagee who holds,the property from the
proprietor.
An image, idol, doll.
Coffee.
A palankeen-bearer.
Land belonging to Brahmans.
A tribe resembling gipsies, who wander about
and earn a livelihood as carriers of grain, &c.
Wise man; the elder or prud' komme of a village
or community.
The embankment forming a tank or reservoir.
A cOln named after Kanthirava Raya, worth 10
gold fanams.
Year in which a maximum amount of revenue
was derived.
A menial among the village servants; a deputy
talari, who is employed to watch the crops,
from the growing crop to the granary.
Appointment.
Boundaries.
List of letters despatched, made by the postmaster
and 'Sent with them.
A low caste. The servant of a Linga merchant
carry)ng a large ladle with chain and bell pn
his shoulders. Menial servant under the head
merchant of a town.
Currier and shoemaker.
Concealment, generally applied to unauthorized
cultivation.
A class of Sudras; followers. of Vishnu, and
wearing no top-knot.
An inn j a resting-place..for travellers.
A hale-caste; an East Indian.
Beam'!;.
To lessen the p,rice; to haggle.
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Chauk, thowk '"
ChautMi .
CMvadi '"
Chela
Chenguli"
Chhcipa
Chtlre
Chitta
ChiHe, Chitta.
Choon kud
Ch6ri
Ch6ri"mcH
CMr inum
Choul bhUmi
Chout, Chaut
Chuki
Chungadi
Dacoit
Dacoity ".
Daredar ...
Dartar, Duftur '"
Daftar ilakha .,.'
Daga
Dakhale. .. .
Dakhal .. .
'Dakhale grama ...
Dalavayi <pulwoy)
'Da1<iyita" Pal:iY!1t
,.
DamaSbayi
Dalila, Dana sUsana
Dana
Danda
Dandu ...
DarMr (Durbar)
APPENDIX
A place whel;"e four roads ,meet j, a square.
A fourth part,
A small public office. a police . ,
A Hindu boy seized in early life and forcibly
made a M uhammadan of Tipu ; these
boys as they grew up '.\V,ere incorporated in a
military corps, retaining .the njl,lne of Chela"
Day labourer.
Stamp paper.
Small coin i change. Petty; trifling; sQldry.
A rain commencing between 8th and Sep-
tember. Millet and gingeUi oil-seeds are sown
at this time.
Accounts.
Soil containing minute or nodules of
limestone
.. , Theft.
Stolen property.
Land enjoyed free of tent by or unautho.
rizedly.
'Salt or saline
The tribute or contribution formerly levied by
the Mahrattas.
A mistake or error.
Interest:
A robber, especially one of a gang of house-
breakers who plunder tht: of torches.
A torch robbery.
Head 'peon having charge of ten or more per-
sons.
RecOrds i the place where .records are kept.
A department in which account$ with
revenue are kept.
Deceit; fraud.
Reference j authority.
Admission.
A subordinate village included in a large one.
The hereditary command.er of the, forces. '
A peon.
A broker.,
A proportionate share.
A gift, a deed of gift.
Cattle.
Fine.
Anarmy; a cantonment., ,
A 'court ; a royal court; audience or levle.,
Darkbast
Dar6de . ,
Darogha, Dar6ga
Daryafti ..
Dasavanda
Dast-aivaz
D a ~ u r i
Daul
Dayadi
Deha-jMda, Dahazada
Devadaya
Devanga ..
DevastMna
Dhani
Dhanishta
Dharane .
Dharmakarta
Dhars6d ...
Dhore
Dhruva. pairu
Divan (Dewan) ...
Doddi
D6li (dhooly)
Domba ..
Doni
OFFICIAL TElUfS
547
An applicali'onto rent land; a tender ;. a petition.
Robbery.
A native officer; superintendent; or manager.
An inquiry; trial
Land granted to a person for repairing Or building
a tank, on condition of paying .in money or kind
one-tenth or some small share of the produce.
A voucher; a written document.
According to custom; a customary allowance or
perquisite.
Estimate; valuation.
Cousin; a distant relation from the same male
stack.
Census; an account showing the number of
houses;shops, cattle, population, looms, ploughs,
&c., of which a .town or village consists.
Lands endowed rent fiee for pagodas.
A sect of weavers.
A temple.
A master.
A rain commencing between 3rd to 15th February.
Market rate; price; value.
Temple-warden.
System of giving and taking equally in order to
ensure a straight boundary.
Master; King.
Standing crops.
Minister.
A pound for cattle.
A litter like a palankeen.
,A tum1;l1er or jugiler.
A boat, especially one hollowed out of a log.
Liable to be washed away by running water.
Mortgage without possession.
A hill-fort.
A copper coin, 'three of which go to an anna.
Raising two crops a year on the same land.
Doopun ...
Drisbyadhara
Durga (Droog) ...
Duddu ..
Du-fasal ...
Durast . 0', Repair.
E'kabh6gya
Ekkalu gadde
Ere bhUmi
E'ri
E'ru
E'ru kanike
Faisal
Undivided possession held by only one.
Alluvial soil.
Black soil.
Bund of a tank.
A plough, or plough-and-oxen.
Plough-tax.
Decision; judgment.
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Fak.rr
Fanam (kana)
Fasal
Fasli
Ferisbt
Firka
Gadde


Gana terige
Gandha ...

Ganna
Gaud!
Gavada, Gau
Gbalige '"
Gida gavalu.
Girciki
Girivi
Go bhumi
Gochu
Golla ....
Go ...
G6ni
Goravi k6lu
G6sayi. . ..
Gosbwara
Gudara
Gudli
Gumi1sta
...
. .. ",
'II ..
bunta, Goonta ...
Gutigedar"
Gutta, Gootta
'Habba
lUdi
Hadlu
; ..
...
...
APPENDIX
Muhammadan mendicant.
A small coin of either gold or. silver, worth 14
duddu = 4 annas 8 pie.
Crop.
The revenue year.
A list; a catalogue; an inventory.
Subdivision of a hobli; the charge of one
shanbhog.
A paddy-field j an irrigated field.
A cart or conveyance.
An oil-mill.
A tax: on oil-mills.
Sandal.
The owner of an oil-mill.
Sugar-cane.
The head man of a village; the head of village
police.
A distance of about I a miles.
A Hindu hour = 24 English minuteS.
A forest watchman.
Demand; saleable.
A mortgage.
Land set apart for grazing; pasture land.
Soil containing large nodules of limestone.
A milkman. A subordinate official employed in
the treasury in carrying money-bags, &c.
Land set apart for grazing; pasture land.
Gunny; a coarse cloth made of hemp.
A fire-stick used instead of a torch.
A sect who never marry, and whose profession is
traffic, the profits of which go to a chief guru
called Mahant.
An abstract; a rlsuml.
A tent.
An implement with a sport handle fixed at right
angles, used for digging instead of a spade.
An accountant; an agent; a steward; a repre-
sentative ; a confidential factor.
Land measure = I2 I square yards.
A contractor. ,
A rock, or rocky hill.
A feast; festival.
A road.,
Grass land covered with water i a waste rice-
.field.
Hadya
Haga
Hagevu
Hak, hakku
Halaku
Halat
Hale Paika
Halige mara
Hana
Hangami
Hankalu ...
Haradari
Harkar
Harkat
Hanu
Hasal
Hasta
OFFICIAL TERlJfS
549
Land covered with low brushwood and small
trees from which fire-wood, &c., for
manuring the fields, are taken.
One-fourth of a fanam.
A subterraneous granary.
A right.
Disorder.
The .excise duty levied OIl areca-nut, cardamom,
pepper and tobacco, on removal from the place
of their production. Export duty levied on
coffee.
Toddy drawers in the Nagar country.
A plank used in levelling the fields after seed IS
sown.
Money; a fanam.
Temporary.
A reaped field.
A league = 3 miles; a measure of extent con-
taining 2,000 fathoms, or about two miles and
a half ; a koso
Guide; personal attendant.
Obstacle; obstruction.
Auction.
Postage; tax.
A rain commencing between 24th September
and 7th October j millet and gingelli oil-seeds
are sown at this time.
Hastantra Cash balance.
Havaldar, Havildar A sergeant.
Haveli, Sarkar haveli... A large house for the accommodation of Govem-
Heggade
Hamsaya
Henda ".
Hingaru, Hingari
Hisse
H6bli, H6baIi
Hoblidar
Hola
Holeya
Hole
mel1lt servants.
Head man of a village'; the head of vUlage
police; in some parts of the Province rent-free
lands are assigned (or their support.
The nte or assessment paid on neighbouring
lands taken as the standard in assessing lands
newly cultivated.
The juice of ,the date-palm; toddy; which
ferments and becomes intoxicating.
The latter rains, (rom July to the
north-east monsoon.
Share; partitIon.
The subdivision of a taluq.
A commandant of a kobli of peons.
A field.
Pariah ; out caste.
A stream; river.
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Honnu
. l-lukum
Hulasu , .
Hulbanni takhta
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Half an Ikkeri pagoda (gold) value R.s. 2-4-0.
A written order from a superior. Ordinary order
Looking well, generally applied to crops; thrifty.
'" . Statement showing the grazing purchased by
each individual.
HulgavaI, HulbigavaI,
Hullug<ival ., ..
,Huigaval sunka ...
_Hundi, Hoondee
Pasture land.
Grazing dues.
A bill of exchange.
,Huzur, Hoozoor, Hujur The presence. The chief officer (Eur6pean) of
the district.
Huttuvali
Ijafe
Ijara,_Ijare -
Ijardar, lzardar ...
Ilcikhe
Inam
Inamti, Imimati
lnamdcir .....
Irawara ...
IrsaI patti
lsam"
Istihar
Jsvi
\1
J ctdam.Ui, Jhc1dmali
Jafu
J tigir
Jc1gfrdar ..
joihir nama
Jamabandi
Jam.tdar ...
Jama kharch
Jam!n
'"
...
. ...
The produce of a garden or field, or of any trade;
the amount oC au assessment, rent, income,
revenue.
I ncrease, especially of pay.
Contract or lease, generally applied to the farming
of revenue.
A contractor; a farmer oC liquor shops.
A department.
A gift; reward, a grant _ of or Jnoney by
Government as a reward for rendered,
or in consideration of services to be performed'
or for religious or charitable purposes.
Free of. tax or rent.
The bolder of a rent-Cree grant.
The total produce before division under the
batayi
List of remittance of cash sent to the treasury;
an invoice.
An item; a head of charge.
. ... A. n<5ti6cation; proclamation.
The Christian era.
A sweeper employed in cleaning office rooms.
Attachment of property. confiscation.
Rentfree lands granted for services rendered to
Government.
.. I of lands free of assessment, generally as
a reward (or meritorious service,
, A notice or summons.
The annual settlement made under the ryotwar
system.
A commandant of a JiDlJIi of ,peons; a com-
missioned officer in Horse.
Receipts .and
Land., .
Jamfn
Jamfndc1r
Jamfndc1r
Jangama ...
Janti kallu
Jantri
Jari
JaPrb
J ciri inct'lnti
Jatka
Jatre
Jauli
Javan,Javana
Javab
Javabdari
Jeshta ..
Jhadti ....
Jhc1r patrak
Jiddu
Jindagi
Jirayiti
J{tagara .
J6di
J6dfdar
J 6didar takhta '"
J6gi
Joti (banna) phana
Joyisa
Junardar ...
Jurmane .
KabUhiti...
KabUliyat banjar
OFFICIAL TERJfS
Bail j security.
A landholder.
A surety.
A Lingayit priest.
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A boundary or demarcation mark, composed of
t h r ~ e stones in a line.
Tables used for calculation.
Current; in force.
Measurement.
Rent-free land.
A small, close, two-wheeled conveyance drawn
by a pony.
Annual fair. usually occurring on the occasion of
a festival.
A term applied to cloths of all kinds; piece
goods.
A peon; an inferior officer who acts as a guard
and a messenger.
An answer.
Responsibility.
Third lunar month corresponding' to June and
July. A rain commencing between 30th
November and 12th December. Paddy h.
sown during this time.
Examination of an account.
Statement showing the number and description
of trees in each survey number.
Jealousy j anger.
Property; estate.
Cultivation; farming.
A hereditary labourer or slave.
Quit-rent; grant of land or village on lighter
assessment than the proper revenue.
A ryot holding as indm, lands or" village on
reduced assessment, varying according to
circumstances.
A record of the settlement of the amount of J 6d1
to be' paid upon each wattan. or varttane.
A class of religious mendicants.
An oil manufacturer of the Lingayit caste.
An astrologer.
AD inferior official performing the duties of a
vernacular clerk.
A fine.
An agreement or engagement in writing.
Waste land left by the occupant.
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Kacberi (cutcltlJry)
kharadu
Kada
Kadame ..

Kadata CCuduttum)
...
Kaifiyat ..
Kai kagada
KaMsi
KaIave
Kalla
KAlu
Kamati
KamQIi (cumbly)
Kambli Kuruba .
Kammi jisti patti
Kamshara

Kandi, Khandaga
(Candy)
KanikapiUe (conicopilay)
Kantu
'Kapile .
Karagupadi
Karanji .
Karam ...
KarkMne .
(Curnum)
(asal .:.

. Kasba, Kasaba
}(lisu .
Kasuri'
Kattadaka
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An office; a court.
A -rough account.
Debt.
A deficiency.
A trench or ditch in garden.
A cloth covered with a composition of charcoal
and gum, and used instead of a slate for
writing and keeping accounts on.
A basket or pannier put on a pack bullock.
A deposition.
A recognizance.
A lascar; a subordinate who pitches and takes
care of tents.
A channel or stream, generally for irrigation.
A thief.
A fourth part of anything.
Day labourer.
A coarse woollen blanket or camblet, usea by all
classes for protection against wet and cold, and
for sleeping in at night. ..
A lower class of Sudras.
Statement showing increase and decrease.
Reduction to a lower grade.
Land-tax; money assessment.
Land' measure = 20 kudus or 10,000 square
yards 'for wet and garden land and = 20 kudus
or 64,000 square yards for dry land. Grain
measure = 120 kudus or 4 bushels 12'8 pts.
An overseer.
Stipulation of payment; instalment.
An apparatus (or raising water .from a well or
tank for irrigating fields, worked .by men or
by oxen. on an inclined plane.
Duty on goods where they are consumed or sold,
in contradistinction to stltal Marti, which is
levied at the place o( production; sale.
A reservoir or fountain.
An agreement.
A manufactory; a workshop.
Village accountant.
November paddy crop. That for AptU and May
is Vaisakha fasal.
The wet season .
The chief town of a district or division.
A pie.piece.
Neglect; (ault.
A written agreement.
Katte
Kattu
Kattu kcilve
Kaulqar ...
Kcival
Kere
Keri
K!taidi
Khaidu
Khajcine, Khazcina
Kbane shumciri...
Kharchu ...
Kbate
Kbayam ...
Khciyamguttadcir
KMyam guttige
Khush heish
KhUn
Khurd-bard
Killedar ...
Kistu
Kistu bandi
Kodagidcir
K6di
Kola
K6la
Kolaga
K6lkcir, K6lukcira
Kole r6ga
K61 cita ...
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Anicut or dam in a river or stream; a pond; a
custom-house.
Court papers or proceedings.
Feeding channel to a tank.
A ryot holding lands on special agreement.
Ground reserved for pasturing cattle.
A tank.
A small street with houses.on both sides; a hamlet.
A prisoner.
Imprisonment.
Treasury.
Census. An account showing the number of
houses, shops, cattle, population, looms, ploughs,
&c., of which a town or village consists.
Expense.
A holding or occupancy.
Fixed; permanent.
Holder of land or a village on a fixed and unalter-
able assessment.
Fixed assessment or rent.
A private person of independent means.
Murder.
Embezzlement of public money.
A 'pblice inspector; a commandant of a fort.
An instalment of the annual assessment paid by
holders at stated times.
A document g i v ~ n to a .landholder showing the
instalments payable by him.
. '
A holder of land under a tank, free of or on
nominal assessment for having repaired or
restored it, and on the further condition of
his keeping ill. good order the said irrigatio
ll
work on which the land below depends for its
supply of water.
The weir of a tank or reservoir.
A reservoir with stone steps down to the water's
edge.
The stocks. kai kola, hand.stocks, ktflu Mia,
leg-stocks.
One-twentieth of a khandaga.
A stick-bearer; a peon.
A .rot or disease which attacks areca palms.
A stick-dance, or dance accompanied wIth strik-
ing of sticks; practised at the Dasara by
school- boys who, ac:companied by their
masters, go about the streets reciting Mahar-
navami padyas and receiving presents.
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Kolli
K6lu
Komati, Komati!;,'a .
Konga ...
Koppalu .
Korama .....
Kottige .
Kotvlil (cutwal) ..
Krayadlir
Kudu
Kula
Kula nashta
Kulavlidi...
Kulavar, Kulavaru
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A stream or rivulet.
A pole; a rod.
Traders.
A class of servants of Tamil origin.
The or outlying villages of a. town.
f\. wild race inhabiting the forests and mountains.
An outhouse or shed. generally for cattle.
An official whose principal duty is to furnish
supplies to travellers.
Purchaser.
Land measure = 16 padis or pailis or 500 square
yards for wet and garden land, and = 16 padis
or paz1is or 3,200 square yards for dry lands.
, Grain measure = 8 seers or 13'44 pints.
A single farmer; a tenant.
Loss of a tenant. .
A menial among the village servants; a deputy
talan, who is employed to watch the crops,
from the growing crop to the granary.
A term applied to accounts and 'returns
out with reference to the cultivators, as dis-
tinguished from accounts prepared according
to the holdings.
Kulavar-chitte, Kulavar-
patte
A detailed account' of the land cultivated by
each holder.
Kulavar-jamabandi .. Individuru. settlement.
A tenn applied to cultivation carried on by fell-
ing a tract of forest, burning the wood, and
raising a crop of grain on the clearing, which
is abandoned in the following year, and a
fresh clearing made somewhere else. This
prtctice is now prohibited.
Kumri .:!
Kurige
Kurrul
Kushki s.tguvali
Kusbki ...
t.1.bbe ....
Udar
L1.kkote ...
Ul
Lambini. ..
.....
..
A sowing machine and plough combined.
Clayey soil, which when dry turns very hard,
which does not easily absorb water, and which
if once wetted does not dry soon. It is some-
times so bad that even grass will not grow on it.
Dry cultivation.
A term applied to unirrigated land.
Muhammadan converts of Tamil origin .
A class of Mahratta Sudras
.,. An envelope; a sealed letter.
. A pleasure garden.
A tribe resembling gipsies, who wander about
and earn a 'livelihood as ,carriers, sometimes
called Brinjaries.
Lashkar
Lavajame
Lavani faisal patrak
Lekkha .
Leva devi
Lingayit, Lingayita
Luti
l\Udig<i' .
Mar
Mafi rahadari
Magani
Magga
Magha
Maharnavami
Mahasulu
Mahazar
Maidan
Male
Male kala, Male gala .
Malika .
Malmtd, Malenad
l\Umaledar
Mamul, Mamuli
Mana
M'ande '"
Manegara
Mane terige
Mantapa.
Manya ...
Maru kukke
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A cantonment.
Establishment of a. department drawing pay.
Record of the final settlement of each Survey
number in the village.
an account.
Dealings, generally in money.
A follower of Siva wearing the IzizgtJ.
Plunder.
A chuckler ; currier and shoemaker.
Pardon, remission.
Passport granted for the conveyance of goods
from one place to another for which duty had
alread.y been paid.
Subdivision of a taIuq, corresponding to a hobn
or mid.
A weaver's 100m.
A rain commencing between I4th.and27thAugust.
Tobacco and wheat are sown at this time.
A feast observed on the 9th day of the 7th lunar
month i the last day but one of the Dasara, on
which arms are worshipped.
Octroi ; toll j crop.
Award of a panchayat, or jury.
A plain; the plain country, or Bail shime, as
tinguished from the Malndd or hill region.
Rain.
Rainy season.
Owner.
Hill country; the western part of Mysore.
A native collector in charge of a taluq; anAmildar.
Established; Cl!stomary; usual.
Amaund.
Subdivisions of a hobli in Manjarabad, corre
sponding to a firka or ;kut mdgani.
An agent; a native accountant;. an overseer.
House-tax.
A place built for worship in front of a temple or
on the bank of 'a river, or by the side of a
well; also a place in which an idol is qeposited.
Exempt from or
A small basket or muzzle .put on bullocks to pre-
vent them from
Counsel; plot. Masalat
Masbalchi
Masna! ch6ri
Matha (mutt)
A torch-bearer or
... TOl'ch robbery.
House of a priest; a school-house.
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Matha vritti
Maund ..
Mcda, Myc1da
Mela
M elcidhikc1ri
Mestri (maistry)
Minahu
Mirc1si
Mobalagu
M6chi
Mohar, mohur
Monatarfa
Mokhtiyarnama
Mokhtesar
Mrigasira.
Muchchalike
Muchchi .
Mufat, muft
Mukul>pe .. v
Mula
Mulki
l\lungari, Mungaru
Munshi (moonshee)
Munsif _ ..,.
Mus.ifir kbana
MutatCka ...
Mutfarkh<1t .
Mutsaddi. Mutsaddy
Muzarai ...
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Land granted rent-free to a math.
A weight equal to 40 seers or 24 lbs.
A caste, or a member of it, occupied in cutting
and selling bamboos, or making and vending
baviboo baskets, &c.
A band of actors.
Superiur officer.
A subordinate employed in supervising a work; a
native overseer; a chief builder, carpenter,
Till; until.
An allowance or perquisite, sometimes paid in
money and sometimes in kind; generally
applied to grain, &c., given to village officials
'or head-men by the ryots.
Amount of money.
A class of cobblers who make saddles, native
slippers, &c.
A seal; stamp.
Taxes levied on looms, houses, oil-mills, shops, &c.
Power of attorney.
Head of a department.
A rain commencing between 5th and 18th June.
Paddy, cotton, &c., are sown at this season.
A deed of agreement.
A man employed in public offices to make ink,
mend pens, provide papers, seal letters, bind
books, and the like.
Free from payment.
A mode of cultivation by which a crop is divided
into three parts, of which one is for the rent of
the ground, another for labour, and the third
for the seed and
A rain commencing between the 12th and 25th
December. Cummin, coriander, tobacco and
other seeds are sown at this time.
Pertaining to revenue
The early rains, from April to June. The former
or early season {or cultivation. The south-
west monsoon.
Reader and interpreter j vernacular clerk.
A subordinate civil judge.
A resthouse for native travellers.
... An agent.
Stipend; pension.
An agent; a native accountant.
,A department (or the control of temple funds and
other religious property.
Nl1dari
Nl1diga
Nc1du, nl1<1
Nagad gutta
Nagadi
Nagadiyc1t
Nakash
Nakshe ...
Nazar
Nazarana (nuzzp.rana)
Namune ...
Nan parvarish
Nc1nya
Nazar
Negalu
Nikale
Nmtan ...
Nirakh-nama
Nirakh ....
Nfrganti .. t
Nlru gandaya
Nirupa .
Nota
Nuksan, Luksan
Nyaya ...
Ole, wale
Oopulwat
Ooturwut
Paddhati.
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Poor; helpless.
Village accountant. With hardly an exception
they are of the Brahman caste. The office is
hereditary in common with those of all the
other village ()fficials. In some places they.
hold land free of rent, and in others on light
assessment. In some few places a fixed money
allowance is given. In aU instances there are
certain fixed fees payable to them in money or
in kind by the ryots.
A district; a subdivision of a taluq corresponding
to a hobli.
Money assessment.
Relating to cash transactions or accounts con-
nected with treasury finance.
Money assessment.
Map or plan.
A plan.
Offerings to a sovereign.
Compulsory offerings.
A specimen or sample.
Allowance to a C;hiId till able to provide for
himself.
The change of money, as JUpees, annas, &c.
any coin.
Sheriff; an officer of a court who is charged with
serving processes, &c.
A plough.
Final disposaL
Testing of survey.
Price current of market rates, &c
Rate; 'fixed price.
Regulator and distributor of water to irrigated
lands.
Water cess.
A written order from a superior.
Sight; examination of money.
Loss; damage.
Justice.
A palmyra leaf, or manuscript written on palmyra
leaf.
Excess of moisture from surface springs.
A sloping surface.
Usage; custom.
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Padi, P:iili
Padya
Pahne sUd
Paigast
Pciikari
Paimayish
Pairu
Paksha pata
Palla
Pallikuta ...
Pa\u
APPENDIX
Land measure::; 31 t square yards for wet and
garden land, and 200. square yards for dry
land.
The first day of the bright or dark half of a
lunar month.
Statement showing old and new survey numbers,
names .of fields, description of tenure, names
of occupants, &c.
A detective.
Temporary tenant, or one who residec in one
village and cultivates land in another.
Measurement of land.
Crop.
Partiality.
One hundred seers.
A village school.
'Waste land.
P;Ou-kandaya A term applied to assessment paid on land left
. fallow or untilled.
Panch;(yit, Panchayat, A jury; a popular jury or committee of five
Panchayati, Pancha persons.
yattu.
Panchami
Panchcinga
Panch-bab
Pancheru ... \,
Pandit (pundit) .. .
Panju
Pant6ji ...
Parab'Hari
Paramp6ku
,parpate.
gar
ParicMraka
Ptirikhattu
Pasaniye ...
f.ishandi
P.atela, pat'el (poth-i!)
/
'fatna. shetti
Fifth day of the bright or dark half of a lunar
month.
A an almanac.
Five items of excise: toddy, liquor, tobacco,
ganja, and betel.
Five !leers, or ith of a maund.
A leamed man; a physician.
A torch.
A village schoolmaster.
Assignment; delivery.
Uncultivable land.
Manager or supervisor of a chatram or temple.
A Brahman temple-servant.
A deed of dissolution of partnership or of par-
cenership ; a written receipt and acquittance.
Market fees.
A heretic; a schismatic.
Head man of a village; the head of village
police; in some parts of the Province rent-free
lands are assigned for their support.
A title given to the principal men' of towns next
to the Shell/s, a Shelli being in'some respects
similar to a Mayor and a Patlla shdli to an
Aldennan.
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Patra
A bond.
Pattana, patna (putten)
Patte (putta)
A town.
A title-deed granted by Government.
Patte
Pattedar .. ,
Patti

PeshMr ...
Apprehension;. detection.
A leaseholder.
A list.
One-fourth of a seer.
A revenue officer next in rank to the Amildar.
Pe'hkash (peshcush) .,. The fixed payment made by zamindars to
Pete, petta
Phaniri ...
Phasalu ..
Phidvi
Phiry:1d ..
Phod
PhUtkUI patrak ..
PhUt
P6t pahni

pnintya ...
Prativlidi
Pubba .
Pudavat ..
P6jliri
Punarvasu
Punya f"
PurvabMdra

. Pushya . ,
Pur6hita
Raddi, t'eddi
Raddu ....
.-!'
Government.
Market; a trading town.
A runaway.
Crop.
Servant.
A complaint.
Subdividing fields.
A detailed statement of occupancies when two or
more are included in one and the same Revenue
Survey number, with area and assessment of
each.
Subdivision of a
statement like Pahni sf;'d.
Oath.
Locality.
Defendant.
A rain commencing between 28th August and
loth September.
Investments, generally of money, made by
persons for the upkeep or. maintenaaee of
temples and other charitable institutions.
The officiating Brahman or priClot of a temple.
A rain commenc4ng,between 3rd and 16th July.
Paddy, cotton, &c., are sown,at this. season.
Good lot or fortune.
A rain commencing between 2nd and 14th March.
. ", A rain commencing between 26th December
and 7th January. Cummin, coriander, tobacco,
and. other seeds are SO\V1). at this time.
A rain commencing between 17th and 30tb July
Gram and. mangoes are sown at this time.
A family priest.
A Telugu designation for the head. man of a
vilIage, head of village police. In some
parts of the Province rent-free lands are
assigned fot their support
.. :. Repeal; cancel.
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Raft
Rahad'ari
Raita, raiyat, ryot
Rajinama, razinama
Rakta kodagi
Raktavan
R:isi
Razi, Raji

Reswut ..
Revati .,
Risale
Risaldar ...
Rivaz
R6hini ...
R6jinama, r6jl\ ...
Rokka ...
Rubkari ...
Ruju
Rusu1l1:
Ruba-rob (roob roob) ...
...
Sadilwar ... ...
Saguvali-chhu ..
Saguvalidar
Saza
Sakshi .. .
Sala .. .
S<UjMda
Saroltn .. .
Sambala ... .
tiammat .. .
Sammati .. .
Sampadane
...
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Export.
A passport.
A cultivator j a fanner.
A deed of consent j an acquittance; settlement
of a dispute; a resignation of office.
L?-nd given free of rent to the family of a person
wounded or killed in battle.
An official whose business it is to supply ink.
A heap, generall)' of corn.
Mutual consent.
Black cotton soil.
Want of cohesion among the constituent particles
of the soil, arising from the presence of fine
sand.
A rain in some places tommencing between 28th
March and I Ith April. The land is ploughed
at this time.
A detachment in the Mysore Horse.
Officer commanding a detachment.
Rate of assessment; usage.
A rain commencing between 22nd May and 4th
June. Paddy, cotton, .&c., are sown during,
this rain.
Daily cash account of receipts and disbursements.
Money; cash. .
Extract from a resolution or a letter addressed
by an equal to an equal.
Proof; signature.
An allowance; fee.
Personally; in person.
An ellCuse; reason; cause.
Contingent expenses, usually applied to money
allowed for the purthase of stationery,
Written pt'rmission to cultivate land given to a.
ryot on his application to take up land being
accepted.
Cultivator.
Punishment.
A witness.
Debt .
Annual return or statement.
Baggage; articles,'
Pay; salary.
A subdivision of a taluq, corresponding to a hobli.
Consent
A perquisite; allowance; gains not authorized.
Samslhana
Sanda.ya .. .
Sangada .. .
Sanad, sunnud ...
S a n a d d ~
Sante
Sante pasarayi ...
Sarbarayi
SarMa, Shroff ...
Sarhad .
Sarkar, circar .,.
Sar amin, Sur ameen ...
Sarasari ...
Sarayi
Sardar ...
Sarvadhikliri
Sarvamanya
Sa vukara, sowcar
Sawar, sowar
Sayar
Sekada .. .
Ser, seer .. .
Servegara
Setuve
Shaka
Sh<1nabh6ga,Shanbh6g
Shanabu: ...
Shasana ...
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OFFICIAL TERMS'
A district or territory belonging to a native chief,
.or a temple; a state.
Repayment.
A ferry-boat formed of two do.nis joined together,
with a deck or platform upon them.
A grant; a diploma; a charter; a patent; a
document <:onveying to an individual emolu-
ments, titles, privileges, offices, &c., under the
seal of the ntling authority.
One who holds a written authority or santUifrom
the ruling power to hold land or office.
A fair; a market-place.
Market fees.
Furnishing supplies.
All examiner and sorter of coins ; money changer.
An official employed in treasuries to test and
count coins.
Boundary; limit.
Government.
A sub-magistrate.
Average.
Arrack.
An officer; a European gentleman.
General agent.
Land granted on entirely free tenure.
A rich man; a merchant.
A trooper.
Transit duties; miscellaneous.revenue.
Percentage.
Grain measure = Rs. 84 in weight, or I '68 pints.
A weight = 24 tolas.
A chief herdsmatt in the Amrit Mahal.
A bridge.
Era; especially the era . of SaIivahana, com-
mencing A.D. 78.
Village accountant; with hardly an exception
they are of the Brahman caste. The office is
hereditary in common with all the other village
officials. In some places they hold.land free of
rent, and in others on light assessment. In some
few places a fixed money allowance. is given.
III all instances there are certain fixed fees pay-
able to them in money or in kind by the ryots.
Hemp used in making a coarse cloth called goni.
A stone slab or brass or copper. plates on which
.memorial inscriptions, grants to temples, &c.,
are recorded.
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Shekdar ...
Shendi ...
Shetti
Shikmidar
Shilku ...
Shirastedar, Sheristadar
Shivayi jama
Shraya ...
Shrotriyado1r
Sibbandi. ..
SHedai' ,Silahdar,S illadar
Silsila banjar
Soobahdar
SUd
Suggi
Suk<iliga, Sukaligaru
Sunka
Supari
Suphardu
Tagair
Tagg'U ....
Ta,hanama
Takavi (tuccavee)
Takid
Takntr
1'dku
Tal.tri, talavara ...
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Revenue officer in charge of a hobli or sub-
division of a taluq.
Toddy.
A title borne by Komati and Lingayit merchants.
SulJ..cultivator.
Balance i remainder.
Head of a revenue or judicial office.
Miscellanequs receipts creditt:d to Government.
Progressive rental for improvement of landjll'or
rent commencing at a low rate and i{',creasing
gradually year by year till the maximum limit
is attained. -
The holder of a village, or a certain extent of land
granted on easy rent in perpetuity, or for a
limited number 9f lives (generally as a reward
for public service) to Brahmans only.
An establishment.
A a trooper.
Government unoccupied waste land.
A provincial governor; a native collector in
charge of a taluq.
A tabular statement.
Harvest time.
A tribe resembling gipsies who wander about and
earn a livelihood as carriers ; caIled
Bn'lIjanes.
Toll; octroi; custom.
Areca-nut.
Possession; care.
-
Importunity in urging the settlement of a claim
or41ayment of a debt; dunning.
Dismissal from service.
Dearness; high price.
An agreement.
Recoverable advances of money to rrots to
enable them to cultivate.
An order.
Dispute.
A certain portion of land, generally applied to
fields.
Village watchman and scout, whose duty is to
give information to officers, &c., to gUIde
travellers, &c., his only remuneration being the
grant of a small extent of rent-free land. In
some villages where there is no Tahtri the
duties are performed by the Toti, his deputy.
Tihik, taluq, talook
Tambra sMsana
Tammadi
Tamsuku
Tankasale
Tapasini
TappeH
'nppe
Tapsfl
Taradud ..
Tari
Tank
Tasdlk
Tavu
Teppa
Teru
Tevari, tevaru
Thana, TMne
Tfrpu
Tirve
Tola
T6pu
Toreya
T
6
ta
T
6
ti
Tubu
Tukadi
Udave
Ukkada (ookad)
Ulame .
Ulamedar
Uligadavaru
Umbali .
Umbalidar
Umedvar
Uru
OFFICIAL TERAfS
A division of a district under the management of
an Amildar.
Grant or inscription engraved on copper plates.
The officiating priest of a pagoda.
A bond; a written document.
A mint.
Examination of dassers' tests.
Post.
Relay or set of bullocks or bearers postec for
travellers.
Detail.
Adoption of prompt measures.
Wet-i.e., irrigated-land.
Date.
Allowance to temples, chatrams, &c.
A place.
A raft.
An idol car.
Division between the fields; a border or small
bank of grass bounding a field, commonly
called oNnd or baJhu.
A police station.
A decision.
Land-tax.
A rupee's weight = part of a pound avoir
dupois.
A grove of trees, generally called tope.
A class of bearers.
A garden.
{ <
A menial among the village servants; a deputy
taJari, who is employed to watch the crops from
the growing ctop to the granary.
The sluice of a tank or reservoir.
District. -
Jungly tract fit for coffee plantation, a term used
in Nagar and Hp.ssan.
A station at the side of a road where tolls are
collected.
Land given to a sub-cultivator.
A
Peons.
A village or plot of ground free of rent.
The bolder of a tent-free village or land.
A volunteer official; one who works without pay
in hope of ultimately gaining a situation.
A village; a county.
002 .
Vadda, \Voddar
Vadi
Yahivat
Vaidya ...
Vaja
Vaisakha phasal
Vakcilat nama ...
VakU
V:ikmula, "anmula
Valaga uttara
Valase
Varaha ...
Varasd.ir
Varga, warg
Vargad.ir
. Vartamana
Vartaka .
Varush,fs.-ma
Vasha
Vasul, ..
Vayide ...
Vicharane
Vighalige
\.
Vnyad-ele
Visa
\\isha-Mku
Vivara ... ,
.. .
Vyapara ...
Vyc1jya
Walsur
APPEN.DIX
Remission of land-rent on account of imperfectly
ripened crops from inclemency of season and
failure of rain. In Nagar it is used for
ImUnti.
A tank digger; a worker in stone.
Plaintiff.
Usual procedure.
A physician.
Reduction; deduction.
May crop.
Power of attorney.
An agent; attorney.
A deposition.
Rent-free land granted to musicians.
Fugitives; people moving en masse from alarm
or fear of an invasion.
Tenure or land, the half of the produce of which
is given to the landlord instead of rent.
A sub-lessee who gives half the produce of the
land he cultivates to the owner.'
The coin called a pagoda.
Claimant.
A ledger i a farm or holding having a separate
number in the revenue accounts. There are
sometimes two or or even more holdings
in one Varga.
A leaseholder (in Nagar); in other parts or the
province the term means a transferee.
News; information .
A merchant.
allowance.
Possession; care; charge.
Collection; receipts.
. An instalment i a term.
An inquiry.
The sixtieth part of a gnalige or Indian hour.
Betel-lear,
A sixteenth part of anything.
To poison.
Particulars.
,i, Proprietor of small grants ef land free of rent, or
on a light rent,. to Brahmans only.
Trade.
A quarrel i a lawsuit.
Soil with a mixture of sand.
\Vasul Mki
WoIagra
W ola-saguvalidar
Wottu
Yadasht, Yadastu, Yadi
ViRjamana
Yala,
Yedagai .
Yele hambu
Yedaru chftu
Veta, Yata
TERMS
showing full particulars of each occu-
paM's entire holdings under the old and new
systems.
Intet1lal ; borne produce.
Sub-cultivator.
TotaL
A memorandum.
Master; lord; owner; proprietor; husband.
An auction.
A member of the left-hand caste; currier and
shoemaker.
Betel-vine.
A counterpart agreement; an engagement given
by the tenant of an estate held under lease oJ'
mortgage to pay a consideration annually for
its occupancy j also a writing given by the
purchaser of lq,nd to the proprietor, engaging
to give it back on receiving his money again
within a stipulated period.
A lever for raising water from a well; a well
from which water is raised by such an instru-
ment. In some places it is called a pikota.
Zirat ... Cultivation.
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VOL. I.
Add, "Mr. Bruce Foote, in his Geology of the Bellary District
(lIIem. Ceol. SUr?J. bid Vol. :XXV.), says :-Captain Newbold did
far more to elucidate the Geology of Southern India up to the
establishment of the Geological Survey than all the other writers
and investigators of the subject taken together, and his work deserves
full notice, for most of it was well done according to the geological
views prevalent in his day The principal point on which
his views cannot now be accepted is his assumption that the schistose
bands in the peninsula have been brought into their present positions
by being broken through by great outbursts of granite. At first sight
this appears to be the case, but on closer and more extended examina-
tion of the country this idea is found to be untenable, for the old
granitoids are nowhere seen to be irrupted into the schists; on the
contrary, the latter were deposited on the former by quiet, long-con-
tinued sedimentary action. This is,"of course, a total change of the
relative positions of the two rock series: the granitoids assume their
true position as the true fundamental rocks of the country, and the
schists are seen to be vastly younger in age than Newbold supposed
them to be.
The granitic intrusions in the schist series which Newbold regarded at
intrusions of the granitoid mass, are all found to be intrusions of
much younger pegmatoid veins, and of very small extent and
importance. "
Before "Metamorphic Rocks" insert, "Archrean or."
To "Southern India" add as note I, "The schists are not, in the
modem sense of the term, ltyjogelle schists " they are tr1}ly and
unmistakably formations associated with contemporary
trap-flows, and whatever metamorphism they have undergone since
their deposition is due to great movements of the earth's crust, which
led to their being bent up into great folds forming huge 'synclinals
and anticlinals. When this had happened a period of vast erosive
action ensued, and thousands feet in thickness of the schistose
series were removed, and the underlying gr.mitoid foundation was
again exposed; while much of the eroded material was re-deposited
as the rocks of the younger Kadapa and Karnul systems. The
equivalents of Newbold's ltyjol{':ne $this!s (in the Bellary district)
belong to the system I have called the Dharwar system .
The greater mass of the Dharwars consists of schists, hornblendic,
chloritic, and argillaceous; but the associated traps, and more
especially the hrematitic quartzites, from their superior hardness and
durability, occupy in many places much the most prominent positions;
while, from the same reasons, the taluses they have given rise, to in
the hilly tracts are of extraordinary extent, and cover up much of the
softer rocks, and mislead one as to their real extent.
The Dharwar rocks were originally deposited over very much larger
areas than they now occupy, and very probably extended across the
whole, or nearly the v. hole, peninsula. How far they may have
extended to the north it is not possible at present to say, for the
northern extremities of several of the Dharwar tracts are hidden
under younger geological formations-e.g"., the Kaladgi and Bhima
series, and the Deccan trap along the upper course of the Kistna
river. To the southward the Dharwar rocks extend into and across
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-t'he valley of the Kaveri almost to the nbrthern slope of the Nilgiris.
. .. The Dharwar system was exposed to great contortion and
deformation at a very remote geological period, and this had been
followed by a vast period of denudation, during which the enormous
folds into which they had been forced prl!vlously were largely eroded,
and cut up into the great bands in which they now occur. In general
structure these bando; are of two types-in the one, the band is a
narrow synclinal fold, or a series of narrow synclinals echeloned
each other at exceedingly acute angles. _ In the second type,
the band shows a natural erosion boundary on one side, and on the
other is faulted down against and among the underlying granitoils.
It is owing to these faultings down into the older rocks that the softer
schistose members of the system have 'in many cases esdped from
being entirely denuded Foote, loco cit., pp. 22
and 74."
81 heading Omit" Fruit."
211 heading For" Tudas" read" Todas."
285:1 13 For "now" lead" near."
340 34 For" Chalasaravi (probably in the south of" read "Bayal-nad
(Wainad, in."
419 Note I Add," 'Welsh says :-Though a short, swarthy-looking man, and rather
inclining to fat, he was as hardy and active in body as in mind; and
even when far adv.anced in life, he would ride thirty or forty miles a day,
and chase a hare, an antelope, or a fox, with aU the fire aI,ld vigour
of youth. In short, when Colonel Sir Barry. Close died in England,
he leff not a superior, and few, if any, equals, in the service."
441
478
542
543
7
0
4
16
3
8
6
21
II
II 28
47 Note
53 20
,. 21
137
4
218 20
223 Nott;,
271
IS
lU 32
380
9
4
2
7
18
500
7
5
1
7
I
For" now" read" in 1878."
For .. affords" read "afford."
For" hippe" read" ippe."
For .. hippe " read "ippe."
For "1886" read "1876."
VOL. II.
For "rliracIfS" read" Cllrcas."
For" 1794" read" 1784-"
For .. it seems probable" read " it is now settled." ,
For" the matter," &c., read" the cost of maintenance being borne in
the proportion of one-third by the Military department for the army,
and two-thirds by UTe MuniCIpality for the civil population."
Add, as note, .. Mackenzie, writing in 1801, says :-The fort of
Colar is far from being strong or tenable in any degree. It is
throughout built of mud, with a kind of fatlsse lJraye and a very
shallow ditch round it. The western gateway is very intricate, and
as long as one good half of the whole fort, but the eastern one is
hardly protected at all. There is a cavalier near to the west gate
which commands the fort and surrounding tract. The works were
in perfect repair at the time I surveyed them."
. Add, as note, "Orders have been issl,led to close the keddahs for the
present, from l,uly 1897, and to employ the trained elephants" in
, moving timber. '
Substitute, .. Takkola AAs now been identified by Dr. Hulttsch with a
place near Arkonam in North Arcot district."
For" Anantachdya" read" AnantacMrya."
For" breeched" read" breached."
For" A'!uvakhada" read" A'luvakheda."
:For .. Ganj .. read .' .
For II in the Purybhadra ' read" on the Tungabhadra."
For" Bemmauanakalla" read II BemmattanakaUu."
AnALoD,152
Abbas Kuli Khan, 26, 70
Abbe Dubois, 364
Abbur,60
Abdul Khader 49
Abdul Nabi Khan, 454
Abercromby, General, 291
Achalbetta,60
Achyuta IUya, 21, 82, 88
Adi Narayana, 69
Adi Ranga, 295
Adil Shahi, 22
Adinathesvara, 354
Adiniru, 247
Adoni, 109
Afghanistan, 15
Agara,36
Agaslya, 260, 290
" PaIvata, 44'9, 460
Agastyesvara, 312
Aghores'vara, 433
Agra, 430
Agumbi Ghat, 400
Ahichchatra, 483
Ahmednagar, 22, 23, 227,
432
Ahuti,20
Aigur, 326, 333, 375
Aigur-sime, 334
Airani,522
Airy, Sir G., 427
Ajimpur, 387
Ajjampur, 371, 385, 387.
3
S8
Akalanka Bha!!a, 366
Akalavarsha, 18
Akil Shah Kadiri, 62
A1ahalli, 77
Ala-ud-din, 332, 431
Alexander the Great, 331'
Ali Khuli Khan, 68, 70
All,tlhabad, 428
Alps, 470
Alsur,72
A'lvakheda, A
33
2
,379
A'Iur, 20, 334, 341 .
A'!uva, A'lupa or Nlu
kings, 379
INDEX
Amaragonda-pura, '180
AmMjidurga,96, II7, 148
Amba vi!asa, 279
Ambu-tirtha, 400
Amritapura, 387
Anaji, 499
Anamale, 225
Anandapllra, 446
Anandur, 258, 260" 264,
276
AnantacMrya. 271
Anantapur, 96, 128, 155,
185, 19
1
, 194, 4
1
5,
4
1
6, 43
8
, 446, 447
Andisura, Andhasura, 446,
45
6
Andhaka, 19, 178
Andhakasura, 456
A'ndhra, 17
A'ndrabhritya, 428
A'negundi, 21, 163, 178,
4
16
,4
8
7
Anekal, t, 2, 15, 16, 20,
27, 29, 3
6
, 37, 3
8
, 75
Anga, 377,378,408
Angadi, 332, 379, 387
A'nJaneya, 223
Ankana Gaucla, 165
Ankusgiri, 154
Ankush Khan, 433
Ankusha Raya, 62
Anne Nayak, 205
Armi ,Gauda, 152
Annigere, 430
Antya Ranga, 295
Apoji Ram, 520
Arabia, 15, 433
Arades'ahalh, 39
A'raga, 396,446
Arasiya kere, 346 .
Arcot, 296, 436, 437
" North, 95, 149, 360
" South, 19, 256, 333
Arehalli, 327
Aries, 300
Arhto Nemi, 365
Arjuna, 222, 223, 265.
37
8
Arjunapura, 265
Arkalgud Arkalglldu, 255,
3
20
, 339, 34
2
, 343
Arkapuri, 343
Arkavatf, 2, 8, 10, 37, 39,
60, 67, 69, 81,96
Arnee,24
Arsikere, 320, 334, 339,
344, 34
6
Arsingundi, 524
Arve falls, 470
Asandi,388
Ashtagram, 236
Ashur Khana, 70
Asia, 144
As'oka, 280, 428
Attibele, 37, 38
Athkuppa, 236, 260, 26t
Aurangzeb, 25, 166, 198,
227, 278
Avali,433
Avani, 104, 106, 107, 117
Avati, 20, 64, 66, 182,
37
Avinita, 223
Avvaiyar,86
Ayanur, 454
Aymangala, 500
Aynsley, Mr. Murray, 291
Ayodhya, 105, 37
8
, 4
2
9,
, 460
Ayyankere, 370, 388
Ayyapa, 134
Ayyapamangala,500
Azim Khan, 38]
BABA BUDAN, 329, 374
.. Hills, 350, 389
Babhruvahana, 222, 223
Badami, 428, 429
Badari,366
Bagadi hills, 323
BagepaIli, 95,98, 106, 110,
117, 119
Baggunji, 369
Bagur,351
Bahadurpur, 39
Baiche Gauda, 76. 124
Baicheya, 163
Bail Sugatur, 108
5iO
Baillie, Col., 301"2
Bairamangala, 62
Bairan channel, 303
Bairan-durga, 40, 81
Bairasu Wodeyar, 379, 399,
4
1
3,434
Baird, Col., 47
Baire Deva, 20, 2J
" Gauda, loS, 124,164
BakMri Vali, 130
Bala Kanda, 378
Balaji Rao, 297
Balam, 333. 334. 343
" Nayaks, list of, 333
Balappa Nayak, 195
Bala Vira,
Bile Honnur, 367, 390.
39
1
,395
Balihalu. 458
Ballala II., 332
" III., 332
Balllilesvara, 38S
368, 390
Ba\lappa DalUlayaka, 40S
Balmuri, 258
Balvant R..io, 191
Banas, 106
B.masavlidi. 41
Hana\'ar, 21. 46, 346,367
Banavasi, 223, 331, 427,
4
28
Thinavuru, 347
Handalikke. 446
Band.lnikke, 446
J11ndi Kipalu. 20
Bandipura, 213
Bangnlore. I, 2. 3, 10. 12.
IS, 17. 19. 21. 25.
26. 27. 29.31,3
2
33,
34. 4 I, 43. 49, 62. 69,
103, 194, 197, 199.
21,).
B:mgar raja, 433
290
B.lnkapur. 488
Bannerghatta. 30. '59
Bara,mahal, 22, 62
Harcelt>re, 434
Barkanur, 225
Bu (Uhar) Chut..ki. 306
Barmappa Nayak. 53.536
Baroda, 277 .
.l\asalat Jang. 26, 109, 166.
199
Basnppa Na)IQk. 435
BasanU, 286
Ba!>llV" 90.430
l3asavlt!ll\tna, 24. 342, 350,
\ 43t.447
.Basavesvara, 21
Bayallllid, 331, 333
Rednur, 191, 296, 334,
42.432.436,431,438
INDEX
Begur. 41.59. 91,245. 288.
4
2
7
Belagavi,448
Belagutti.448
Belavangala. 83
Belgami, 429. 448
Belgula, 258
Bellandur, 15
Bellary. II9, 17
1
, 194.
197, 202, 3
2
9, 340,
345. 39
2
, 4
26
Bel1avi, 169, 171, 174
Belur, 72, 185. 186, 224,
3
20
, 3
21
, 334, 345,
347, 349. 350
Bemmattanakallu, 517
Bemmattanuru. 517
Benares, 274. 350
39
Bengal, 521
.. Bay of, 256
Benkipur, 392, 412, 417.
44
1
.44
8
Berinji-halla, 348
Betamangala. 107. 119,
149
BeHada Chama Raja, 281
224, 225
Bettadpllr, 236, 251, 252
Betta HalslIr, 2
Betur or Bettur, 512
Be\'ur, 21
Bhadra, 361,391,449.481
Bhadrabuha,223,295,33I ,
3
6
5.499
Bhadra Gauda. 458
Bhadraiya. 431
BhaJrappa Nayak. 434
Bhagavata, 306
" Purana, 427
Bhairasu Wodeyar, 430
II 7
Bhargavapuri, 378, 396
Bharmasagar, 501
Hhaskara kshetra, 454
174
Bhavani, 274. 308
Bhillama, 313
Hhima. 150,457. 5
1
7. 536
Bhimankere. 536
Bhrigu, 289
Bhumandana, 19, 85
Bhuvanagiri. 433, 434
Bhuvikramu, 18
Bidadi. 35. 36, 41, 59, 61,
62
Bidiri.454
Bijapur. 22, 23.24,68,70,
74, 75, 166, 198, 380,
4
28
433, 4
6
9
Dijjala, 90, 290
II Deva, 430
Bikkod,349
Bilesvara betta, 449
Bilgi,434
Biligiri-rangan ,hills. 237,
3
1
7
Binnamangala, 19
Bira Mahendra, 1 I 7
Birur, 385, 392
Bisale Ghat, 225, 321, 326,
340
Bitti Deva, 225, 272. 295.
33
2
Boddam, Colonel. 76
Bombay, 437
Bomc;lihalli Channel, 348
Bomma Nayak the lo'oolish,
534
Bowring, Mr., 121, 250,
3
6
4, 395, 4
0
3. 496
Bowrin{.{pet, 95. 96, 98.
100, 101, 105. 110,
120, 149
Boya gauda, 52'8
Brahma, 522
.. -giri, 121, 534
Brahmanda PlInil)a, 487
Brihad-bMnu-pura, 249
Buchanan, Dr., 48,62,79,
2
1
9, 224, 299. 300,
302,305,427,432,433,
434,447
Bucha Nayak. 357
Buchi Nayak, 357
Buddha, 280
Buddhi (or Wise), 435
Budi Basavappa. 438
Budigere, 64
Budihal, 62. 175, 502
loS. 109. UI,
122
Blikka, 278, 380
Bukkana, 357
Bl1kkal)t;la, 40S
Bukka .Nayak, 357
Bukkapatt;la, 198
Bukka Raya, 149.366
" II I., 134
Bund GMt, 392
Bliradagl1nte, loS
BUSSY.296
Butuga, 224
CALCUTTA,4
Cameron, Mr 14
Campbell, Colonel Donald,
137
Campbell, Dr., 280
Canara (History of), 43
2
.. or Kanara. North,
33
2
Canara, or Kanara. South,
33
1
, 33
2
43
2
Cannanore, 245, 25
2
Cannon, Mr., 374. 3
8
9
Canton, 481
Carwar, 432
Cauvery, Kaveri, 2, 255
Cerosole cascade, 470
Ceylon, Jl7, 366
Chadsal-Jarua, 405
Chaicheya, 163
Chaimi 287
Challakere, 489,504, '507,
5
12
Challava Ganga, 108
Captain, 492
164, 331,429,
430
Chama Raja, 22, 78
Chamarajapura, 277,283
Chamarajnagar, 206, 210,
213, 215, 218, 219,
223, 238, 241
CMma Raja Wodeyar, 62,
240, 249, 282, 287
Chamarajendrapete,48
Chamenha!!i, 303
Champaka-nagara, 162
.. Sarisi, 446
CMmunda Raya, 331,365
CMmundi, 241, 275, 280
Chandamiranya, 8
Chanda Sahib, 435, 436,
437,5
02
Chandiyammarasa, 499
Chandra betta, 365,366
" Drona, 390
Chandragiri, 22, 226
Chandra Gupta, 17. 73,
295,33
1
,3
6
5,4
28
,447,
449,499
Chandragutti, 427, 449
Chandrahasa, 428
Chandrapur, 162
Chandravali, 499, 518
Chang;Uva, 290
Chanikya, 17. 73
Channa Basa,,:aiya, 503
Channagiri, 350, 415. 416.
4
1
7,439,44
1
,45
0
Channamaji, 435, 452
Channapatna, I, 2, 10, 17,
18. 19, 22, 26, 27, 29,
33, 34, 35, 3
6
, 4
0
, 59,
60,61,62,72,225,286
Channa Raya, 352
Channaraya-durga, 175
Channarayan.betta, 122
Channaniyapatna, 201, 320,
-33
2
, 339, 350, 35
2
Chauda Gauda, 458
" Raya, 86
Chekkere, 59
Cheluvapulle Raya, 272
Chengal Raya, 236, 237
Chenna, 318
Chennakesava-betta, 122
INDEX
Chennappa Nayak, 357
Chenna Raj Wodeyar, 249
Chern,225 .
Cherry, Captain, 87
Cheviots. 361
Chidambaram, 221
Chik.Ballapur, 20, 64, 66,
95, 96. 109, J 10, 112,
114. 122, 124
Chik Banavar, 35
" Hejjaji, 83
Chikka Byaldakere, 524
" Deva Raja, 25, 166,
268, 278, 344
" Deva Raja Wode-
yar,242
Chikkadevarayasagara, 293
Chikka Gangavadi, 18,60
" Nayak, 177.
20
5
" Raya,82
" Raral,75
Chikkanna Nayak, 502,
5
2
9
" Setti, 108
57
1
Coimbatore, I, 110, 125,
206, 224, 225, 226,
233. 250, 256, 257
Cole, lion. Arthur, 253
Coleroon, 256
Conjeveram, Kanjevaram,
Kanchivaram, 18, 20,
13
0
, 141, 149, 301
Coompta, 426
Coorg, 206, 214,221, 222,
224, 225. 25
2
, 253,
255, 27
6
, 290, 334.
434 .
Cornwallis, Lord, 26, 66,
79, 87, 89, 90, 109.
lIO, 126, 137, 146,
177, 183, 191, 19
2
,
196, 265, 297, 29
8
.
3
0
5,334
Cubbon, Sir Mark, 49, 147
Cuddalore, 87
Cunningham, Captain, 147
Cuppage, Colonel, 147
Chikkappa Gauda, 66, 69, DAKSHA, 358 .
192 Dakshina GoYardhangiri,
Chikka Timme Gauda, 39 243
Chikmagalur, 367, 379, "Kedara, 448
3
8
9, 390, 39
2
, 394, " Varanasi, 350
397 . Dala-vana, 307
ChiknayakanhaIIi, ISS, Dalavanapura, 307,
158, 162, 167, 169, Dalhousie, Lord, 302
171, 176,177, 181 Dame Blanche, 470
Chilla pulla Raya, 272 Danayak, 296
China, 521 Danayaka HebMraiya, 358
Chingalpat, Chingleput, Dandakaranya, 8
108, 149 Dandasasi Nayaka. 18
Chinkuruli, 272, 297, 352 Dandavati, 481 .'
Chintamani, 95, 105, 106, Dandiganahalli, 351
113, 1I7, 126, 127 Dankamichari, 185
Chitaldroog, 197, 199,203, Danoji Ghorpada, 521
489, 500, 501. 510, Danushk6ti, 242
515, 516 Darya. Daulat, 258
Chitrakal-durga, SI7 ,.., Bligh, 30r
Chitrangada, 222 Das'aratha, 145, 378, 408
Chitrasekhara, 379. 537, Dasarhosahalli, 134
53
8
Dattatreya, 390
Chitravati, 96, 97,98,119. Daulatabad, 431, 500
128 Davangere, 199, 438, 489.
Chokkimaya, 120 500. 507, 510, 518
CholaGanga, 19 Dayal Baiehe Gauda, 66
Cholas, 18, 67, 74. Ic6, de Havilland, 280
10
7, 224 Delhi, 25, 46, 47. 27
2
,
Choradi,4
60
I 273. 33
2
433, 454,
Chunchangiri,28S 460
Chunchankatte, 233, 242, ! Denkanikota, 38
314 Des'imanikka-pattana, 70
Churnavati,289 1 Devagiri.313.43I.500,512
Cleghorn, Dr. Hugh, 49 i Devanayakankota, 274
Close. Sir Barry, 63 I 66
Closepet, I, 15, 26, 29, 31, 'I Devanhalli. I, 8, 10, 12,
35, 36, 40, 59, 60, 18, 19, 20, 26,29,36,
61, 62, 63 I 63, 64. 65, 66
57
2 INDEX
Devankundi. 35.aM Dupleix. Mons., 435. 503 Gavipura, 21, 41, 71
Dtlmnur. 385 Durga Khuli Khan, 70 Gerusappe, 470
neva Raja, 25. 286 Durvinita, 223 Gersoppa Falls, 306, 416,
Devarajibanhalli,4t Duryodhana, 73 417,433
Deva Raya, 107, 276 Dutch, 433 Gbati Subrahrnanya, 16
Devarayadurga, 19, 177 Dvapara Yuga, 19 Gidde Gau<;ia, 20, 21
Devarbetta, 321 Dvaraka, 236, 2So, Giriyappa Nliyak, 531
ncyargudipalli, 119 Dvarasamudra, 353 Glen Gordon, 93
Dcyendra Tirtha Bhatta Dvaravatipura, 353 Goa, 225, 433, 434
Taka, 455 \' Godamodu, 61
Devikolta, 256 , GHATS. 332 Godavari, 18
Dhanakoti Raju, Dr., 267 I Eccoji, 109 . Goggi, 313
Dharmambudhi tank, 15 Edicts of As'oka, 428, 461, Gokarna, 434
Dharmapllri, 18 499, 533 Golhalli, 35, 36, 85
Dharma Ra)a, 73, 457 Egypt, 220, 433 Golkonda, 25, 166
Dh.um.haram, 96 Ekachakrapura, 105 Gornata, 254
DhMmesvnra, 73 Ekoji,24 Goma!esvara, 331, 365
Dharwar, 15.16,171,172, Elahakka,94 GoPaIa.,306
197, 202, 392, 426, I Lleyindur, 319 Gopalaswami betta, 243
454 Elliot, Colonel, C.B., 219 Gopal Gauda, 66
Dhavalappa .. 517 Emberumanar, 273 " Hari, 26, 62, 297
Dhllma Raja, 437, 447 England, 253. 321 Gordon, Sir James, 93, 2So
Dhull1i hill, 437, 447 Enniskillen" 253 Goribidnur, 67, 68,69,95,
Dhunilia, 450 Etna,471 98, 101, 106.17. lIO,
.. Wahag, 438, 478 . Ettikur, 305 115, 128, 130, 148
Dibbagiri. 128 ! Europe, 144, 339,361, 521 Gorur, 321, 355
Dihhar K.han, 87,199,447 ; Evanson cascade, 470 Gosikere, 504
DIIip'J.yya, 134 i Govardhangiri,452
Dirom, Major, 298 I FATTEH..i.B1D, 191 Govinahalu,522
Diti Devi, 487 I Fatte Muhammad, 109,136 Govinda Raja, 271
DoLbspet, 85 ' Foote, Mr. Bruce, 490 Gowdie, Major, 146
Do<lllla !\:ayak, 531, 532 l"raserpet. 252, 255. 290 Grama, 3
26
, 353
Dod BallaplIr, 1,10,12,16, : J:<'rench Pocks, 227, 234, Green, Mr. Jo'red, 330
19, 20, 22. 25, 26,27, I' 24
2
, 264 .. .. 375
29, 34, 35. 36,64,67, , Fryer, Dr. John, 434, 435 Gubbi, 4
2
, '86, 155, 169,
68, 69. 148 I 17
1
179, ISo, ISS
Dodhcle, 35, 85 GADADAMPAl'NA, 119 Gudalur, 246
Dodd.! 175 \I Gagana Chukki, 304, 305 Gudibanda,68,96,97,104,
.. BaireGauda,66,124' Gajalhntti pass. 274.308 U8,131
" Basayaiya, 352 ! Gajanur, 417 Guha, 522
" Dcva Raja, 359 , Gangadevi parishe, 16 GuMranya kshetra, 522
" H a \"ali Ba.ire Gauda, Ganga kings, List of, 106 Guhasura, 522
69 369, 395, 401 Gujarat, 280
" 388 Gangappa Nayak, 82 Gulganpode, 154
.. Mamlavadi, 77 Ganga Raja, 265 Gulnatha, 488
Docil1amma, 20" .. Raya, 365 Gumbaz, 302
Xayak, 528 Gangas, 18, 67, 74, 105, I Gumma N:iyak, 132
Dodda Tunme Gauda, 39 17. 162, 223, 332, Gumnayakanpalya, 13
2
Dodderi, 164, 166, 199, 379,429 Gundal. 246, 254, 288
50 4, su, 521 \ Gangavara, 71 GundlapaUi, 149
DOI!.Kurugod, 130" I 106 Gundlupet, 206, 213, 215,
"Dolt.,alakonda. 96, 103, Gar4,)am, 221, 232, 243, 224, 243, 244, 245.
128 294 246
Domhalur, 70, Ganjaranya, 8 GunJa Narasimha, 312
Duralur, 70 Gante \yodeyar, 421 I GunJur, 41
DomOlasandn{, 29, 37, 71 Garuda, 273 I GU'l1takal, 35
DongaJa,96 Garudachala,84, 179, I8S Guntanur, 501
.. ,Konda, 128 Garudangiri, 352 Guptas, 428
Durnsamudra, 107, 224, Garutman, 274 Guriachinta, 75
\ 225. 332, 430, 500 Gaurisvara, 319 Gutti, 109. uS, 195. 5
0
3
J)ore-gudda, 178 Gauj, 427 '
Duel.worth, 71 Gautama, 295.344
Dundu, 537 Ga\"i Gangadharesvara, 21
HADANA.247
Hadinad, 304
.lNDEX
573
247 ' Hariharpur, 396 I Hire-magal-unI, 379, 395
Hadinaru, 247. 281 Harikere,435 Hirikalgudda, 327
Ilagulvadi, 181 IH.ritiputra Satakami, 428, Hiri-um, 525
Hagari, 4
1
3 499 Hiriyur. 489. 507, 510,
Hagankangiri, 370 Harivarma. 308 523
Haggari, 521, 538 Hariyap-Odeyar, 407 Hir6a, 227, 242
Baidar Ali, 26,39,46,48. Harji Raja, 25 Holalkere, 437, 489, 507.
62, 66, 70, 74, 83, HarnhalIi, 183, 323, 327, i 526
109, 110, 122, 136, I 346, 354 1 Holavanhalli, HoJuvan-
145. 18.}, 193, 196, Harohalli, 36, 77 ! halli, 20,40, 165. 182.
199, 220, 221, 227, I Harpanha\li, 501, 502 : 183, 185, 186
241, 258, 268, 347, Harris, General, 298, I Hole Honnur, 392, 441,
35
2
, 394, 402, 43
2
, I 299 I 452
4
6
4, 505 Harti, 5
0
4 i " Narsipur, 320, 358,
IIaidarabad, 487 Hasana, 357 '360
Haidarghar, 437,438 Hasin-amma, 357 Holesal, 312
Hakka, 278, 380, 523 Hassan, 85, 201, 206,260, Holland, Mr., 209 .
Halappa Nayak, 53
2
276, ;J20, 355. 357 Hombucha"Humcha, 379,
Halasur, 21, 22, 51, 7
2
, Hastinapura, 278,427 391, 429, 446, 455
378 Hastinavati, 487 Honavar, Honore, 416,
BaJdwell Green, 93 Hatti, 536 433
Hale-bayal, 458 Havali Baire Gauda, 69, HonbiIla, 388
Halebid, 185, 224, 306 195 Honganur, 18, 59, 60, 72,
3
22
, 33
2
, 345, 353 Havanur, 4
8
8 304
IIalebiQu, 107, 133, 353 36,38 Honjavanige Sime, 371
lIale Gauda, 182 Hebbal (Butts), 43 Honna Devamma, 90
Hale Rama Raya, 412 Hebbe, 369, 39
1
Honnali, 415, 441, 453,
Hale Tanduga, 162 162, 164, 181 454
501 Heggadadevankote, 206, Honnappa Gauda, 180
lIalhalli, 247 209, 213, 214, 219, Honnavalli, 183
Hampapllr, 248, 254, 257 224, 245, 247, 249, Honne Kambli Bhatta, 46..,
Hampasandra, 172 288 Honnu Hole, 250
Hampe, 416, \87 Heggere, 182 Horamid, 409
Hamsa Dhvaja, 162 Heggura, 304 Hosangadi pass, 437
Hanagod, 252, 291 Hemachandra, 19,85, 178 HosapaHana, 107,.250
Hanasoge, 315 Hemanhalli, 281 Hosavf<;lu, 107. 333 ,
Haneyagal, 534 Hemasitala, 366 Hosdllrga, Hosa - durgo.,
lIaneyakote,534 Hemavati, 163, 182, 193, .507,510, 52,.529
IIangal, 250, 256, 355, Hosmgere, 121
Hangala, 319 358,396,499 Hoskote, I, 10, IS, 16,17,
Hanuman, 378,412 Hemmige, 259 , I 18, 19, 20, 22, 26,27,
Hanuman daya, 412 Henjeru, 163, 182, 193, 29, 72, 73, 74. 148,
Hanumantapllra, 77 427, 499 199
IIanumanta, 223 Heriganhalli,285 Hosur, 37. 38, 107, 129,
Hanumappo. Nayak, 437, Hesarghatta, 21,39,46, 67 - . 133, 333
469 Hidimbasura. 5
1
7 Hottanna, Nayak, 164, 50S
Hanur, 224 Hill, Colonel, 147 Hoysalas, 19,67.107, 163.
Hara, 522 Himalayas, 188, 3
68
,-3
8
9 i 224, 332, 379, 430,
Harahu, 286 Himavat, 358 I 500
Haraluk6te, 154 Hindiginal, 34.36, 72, 73 Huchchu Hanumappa
Harati Tippo. Raja, 164' Hindupur, g6, 191 I Nayak, 447
Haravu, 286 Hindu 502 Hudugur,97
Had, 522 Hinikal, 280 Hulikal, 75, 165
Haridra, 427 Hiranyagarbha, 45
6
Huliyar. ISS, 169, 176,
Harihar, 35. 81, 278, 310, Hiranyaksha, 395, 487 182, 183
"402, 427, 4gB, 507, Hire-Aryara-durga, 499, Huliyurdurga. 169, 184
5
22
, 523 534 HuIlahalIi, 288
Hariharapura, 401,402 .. Hanumappa Naya\.;, ' HuIlur, IS-
Harihara Raya, 149. 519. 501 Hultzsch, Dr., 460
523 Hirekal hills, 347 Hunasanhalli. 30
Somes'vara Roiya, Hire Kanur, 412 Hunkunda, 106, 134
347 Hiremagalur. 37
0
, 37
8
, Hunsur, 206, 207, 209.
Harihares'vara betta. 133 396 218, 219, 251,
..
574
Hurn, 288
Husen Sh'ah Mil. 130
Hu.pkur, 16, 30, 76
Hutri-durga, 184
IBR,\HUd SAHIB, 46
Ichanw-, 201
lkkeri, 334, 43
1
, 457
Ilaipakka, 94
I1avala, 253
INDEX
I
Jayamangali, 185, 200, 203
Jayasimha' 429
; Jayasingha, 534
I " N olamba PaI-
I lava, 500
I Jeejee Bai, 23
i J 3
2
1
I Jlgam, 15. 21, 37
I Jinadatta, 429, 430, 446,
I 45
2
I1avanji Raya, 117
Immadi Hanumappa
yak, 447
" Jal,,<adeva, 62
I Jog, 470
Na- Jogi magi, 518
Jorrocks's Hunt, 481
Jumna, 430
Kempe 82,
"
89
"Praudha Deva
JU)a, 272, 286
" Sanna BaireGpuda,
66
India, 300, 301
" Southern, 329
Inura-heHs, 3
21
, 331,365
Indra\"arma, 271
lralapPa, 104, 154
Ireland, 253
lrungola, 163
Is\'ara, 358
Jupiter, 300
KABBAL-l>URGA, 254
Kabbani, 246, 248, 254,
.
26
3, 275, 288
Kabbinale Ghat, 326
Kadaba, 169, 179, 185
Kadakola, 234, 276
Kadamba. 255
Kadambas. 331, 379. 428,
499
JACOBUS CANTER
Kadapa, 74,95, 109, 149
Kadgodi, 2. 36, 73
Kadrappa Nayak, 132
,Kadu,307
VISS- Kadru, 367, 375, 385, 396
I
Kad-uru, 399 . CHER,435
Tadak.l, 178
-'adakanadurga, 167
Tadikal-durga, 501
JMarnbad, 254
Jagadev8. Raya, 226, 286
Jagade\'a Rayal, 21. 22,
60, 62, 77, 78,.225,
30St 333, 345

489. 5
0
7, 5
2
9
aglln M6hsn Mahal, 280
agnt 1)('\"a Raya, 227
428
akamicMri, 72, IJ8, 162,
306,448
i
alarpct, 35, 121
I\madagni, lOS, 427
ama Gauda, 39
)anamcjaya, 17, 249, 357,
396, 4
2
7, 49
8
Janamrjaya Raya. 378
j
analllilhapura, 308
amirclana, 271, 306, 400
20, 73, 74,
108, 148 '
j
ltilnur, 319"
aplln, 80
aulyu, 534
l
atingt,Rome!.\"!IiCll hill, 534
ava, II
. ayahhe, 163
aya Gauda, 20, 40
ayakesi, 456
Kafur, 332, 353,431
, Kaganeri Ghat, 326
I
Kaglipura, 77
Kaidala, 162, ISS, 350
Kaifiyat Khan, 166, 199
Kailancha, 296
Kaivara, 105, 108,134. 148
Kakati, 17
Kakolu, 39. 67
Kakudgiri, 90
Kakusthasarma, 428
Kalaclfurya. 290. 430
Kalagonclahalli, 41
Kalale, 255. 313
Kalasa, 379, 399
Kalasanna Setti, loS
Kalasvadi, 296
Kalavara.-durga, 134
Kalavaradurga, 147
Kalhatti. 313
" giri, 369
Kalidasa, 535
Kali Mangi, 163
" ruga, 427
Kallodl, 149
Kah'a Rangan peak, 453
Kalya,366 .
Kalynna, 90, 430
Kama Chakresvara RaYll,
412
Kamagetl Timmana Nayak,
501
Kamaladri, 243
Kamalapur, 149,504
Kamar:ud-Din, 192
Kambharasa, 224
Kammasandra, 19
Kampanna, 407
Kampili, 500, 534
KampuJa ruja, 278
Kamyaka-vana, 457
Kanakana,78
Kanakapura,4s6
Kanakasura, 456
Kanalli,21
Kanchi, 66, 106, 108, 182,
366
Kanchi K6te, 238
Kanchinkal-durga, 369
Kanchipura, 500
Kanda\'ara, 109
Kandikere, 165
J"(anehada Arasu, 412
Kangundi, 96, 149
KankanhaIli, 1,2, 10, IS,
22, 26, 29, 31, 36, 61,
62, 76, 77, 78
Kankuppa, 199
Kannanur, 332
Kante Arasu, 204
Kanthirava Narasa ruja,
25, 29
1
, 296, 344
Kam-a, 60, 266
Kapila, 254
Kapini, 254'
Kara,456
KamcMr Nandi Raja, 289
Karadlhalli. 285
Karadushana. 456
KaraplIr} 319
Karekalgullda, 186
Karighatta, 255, 293
Karigiri, 178
Karikala Chola Raja, 290
Karkala, 379, 4
1
3, 430,
434
Karkt'lr, 119
KumH, 194, 416, 487
Kartaviryarjuna, 105,427
Kartika Raya, 412
Karugahalli, 247
Kasargod. 432, 434
Kashmir, 408,433
Kasturi Rangappa Nayak,
5
02
,5
0
3
Kas) a pa Rishi, 487
Kattepllra channel, 342
Katti Kamanna, IS2
Kaulandi. 288
Kaundinya, J34. 138, 246
K.I1yacha. 223
KavQle-durga, 457
Kedarnath, 433
KeJadi, 43
0
, 431, 458
" chiefs, List of, 432,

Ken.>,
Kemr
2.
I ,
Kemp}"
Kempl
,
33_
Kendo!1
Kenger"
80
Keragoc,
Keral,3-,
Kerala.
Kes/ava,
" ,
Khan Bag.
KbandJ&, 3".
Khan Jehan
Khasim Kha
75. 109 .
226,227;
Kikkeri, 333
Kilimale, 304 \'
Kiriyamllgali, I
Kirthipura,
260
Kirttivarma,4"
Kishkindha,
KitthiplIra, t60
Kittipura, :Z23
Kittur, 248, 260
" channel, 348
Kodachadfi, 459
" Parvata,
4
1
6
Kodan<;la 396
Ko<;ligehalJi, 21, 41
Kodlhalli, 77
Kodlipet, 343
Kola, 106
Kohihala, 106, 107
Kohihalamma, 106
Kolar, I, 19, 20, 22, 95.
98, 100, lOS, 106, loS,
109, lID, 1l4, p ....
136, 149.
Ko!atur, 352 ,',
Kollegal, K,.

Kollurkat ..
KOp1arai: '
Konanu
/
.
Koncha, I
KondsfJ.
Kong-
Kop
V'
T
,.., 1 \ } _ "" I' ,:.,
;<. )1 - ',!" j ....
h :t" \ r 'J'I : 1"1 , it
, ,
1 \ ..... il
l
> ,ft.), ti
! 1, {! \ l. ft
! ... ,I, ,l,t .i, j
'1-\,-'
1< \I H It,
I I '141:hl t 1"':
n .. , ... ,!.._ 1,,-
1::11 ,41};. ;:. (
I t:.l.lt,l1r ',-'..J
p
... _

490.
, 57.
3
2
t
'44
'3
)
ut, I,
29
8
h l,nl'... - . ,'1 ,;/
"<H,'fl', ."1, ,'ja,66
1\: .. 11'1 . ',\ I. I
t.( l ,1 1 \rC. Ie./
1:" ;,;;', .,!' 367, 379,
1(;.1',_,: ',:If
h,c : " 'U, '. 61
". !t'l ;96, 103 ,
t :asa, 17, 73
1',<' I "J, 275
L J ",' ",I lkote, 193
I ... .- .110.

: "lIra Nayak, 454
r. :'
",
I ,cr' I III., 333
,.
Adil Shah,
2';, 24
" Ali, 49, 436
.. Rem, 478
Mukanna, 483
M ukarti hill. 274
MlIlaina-giri, 369
Mulaka Rliya, 82
MlIlba,.o-a\, 62, 75,95. 100,
101, 105. 107. 108,
II7. 14
2
, 143
Mummadi Jagadeva, 62
.. Kempe Gauda.
"
89
Krishna Raja,
254.3
1
6
.. Kri3hna Raja
.Wodeyar, 289
. \
,', '11), 133
'21
1107
\'
,35,37.
-<)6, 70.
, 206,
''1;!lJ.
Mysore \Vodeyars, 25
N4GA,290

Nagamangala, 206, 213,
221, 242, 272, 284,
286
Nagapuri, 347
Nagar, 171, 322,415,439,
441,461
Nagaragere, 97
.r:.lgarakere, 26S, 304
Nagaramuri, 458
Nagini, t62
Nallur, 16
Namagondlu, 97
Nanakkasa, 499
Nanda, 17, 18,481
Nandagiri, 18, 145
Nandagudi, 17, 18, 73
Nandi, 101, 104, 106, 123,
144
Nandidroog, 2, 20 103.
14
6
Nandigiri, 145
Nangali, Ie. 120, 142,
14
8

2
'-,
Nanja,29'
Nanjangtl', 35, 206, 209,
213, 218. 225. 241,
287, 288
Nanja J aj, 66. 318, 360,
436' .
NanjaclyapL.I. ut, 290
Nanjunda. 290
.. Arasu.237
Nannivala, 500
Narasa, 225
INDEX
Nerbudda, 429
Netravati, 320, 395
Newbold, Captain, 470
Niagara (falls), 470
Nidugal, 182, 193, 194,
501, 504
Nidugatta, 289
Nidvanda, 35, 85
Nijagal, 84, 86
Nikarilicholamandala, 19
NikarilichOlapura, 19, 83
Nila Dhwaja, 162
Nilgiri, Nilagiri, 206, 240
Nilagiris, 246, 274, 368,389
Nilasekhara, 537
Nilavati-patna, 379, 537
Niles'var, 434
Nirgunda, 379. 537
.. Yuva Raja, 537
Nirmala hill, 319
Nirutadi, 501
Nitimarga, 163, 396
Nivata,223
Nizam, 109
.. Ali, 503
" Dominions. 429
Nolamba,18
Nolambadhi raja, 163
Nolamba pattana, 500
Nolambas, 74, 162, 499
'Nl)nabanakal, 352
Nriga, 162
Nuggihalli, 351, 352
Nugu, 289
Nunke Bharava hill. 534,
535
Nyamti, 441,454, 465
Narasimha, 273, 538 OBALA-DEVI, 517
.. III., 19, 332,518 Obana Nayak, 502
Narasimhadeva-betta, 101 Olaya, 433
Narasimha N:iyak, 132. I Oosoor. 15
359, 360 Ootacamund, 288
Narayana, 456 Orangal, 81
Narmada, 429 OreiyUr, 163
Narsambudhi,288 Orissa, 19,67.304
Narve, 378, 408 Oswald, Dr., 31
Nasir Jung, 274, 428
Naula AIlapll Nayakj 525 Otturaka, 428
Nava Danayak, 225, ,243 Oyali-dinne, 2, 41, 42
" Kama, 162 '.
Navakoti Narayan Shetti,
117
Nava Nanda, 73
Nayakanhatti. 534, 535,
53
6
,537
Nazarabad,282
Nelamangala, I, 2,8, 10,
15, IS, 19, 27, 29.36,
69, 83, 84, 85
Nellagana-tittu, 305
Nellurpatna, 64, 86
Nemmar, 369
VOL. II.
PADMAVATI,455
Paes (Father) Leonardo,434
Paidana, 433
Paikare, 274
Palar, 20, 96, 97, 98, 148
Palhalli, 233, 290
Pallavas, 18, 74, 106
Pampa, 377, 4
8
7
.. kshetra. 487
Pandavas, Pandus, 17, 73,
105,249
Pandita Ramabai, 396
577
Pandu, 222
Pandyas, List of, 500
Papaghni, 96, 97, I18, 149
Papa Nayak, 132
PapanpaJli, 153
Parama Gula, 537
Parasu Ram Bhao, 177,
193, 287, 334, 437,
447,45
0
,4
6
9
Parasu Rama, 105, 289)
37
8
,4
2
7, 45
0
, 485
Parikshit, 378, 396, 427
Paris,233
Parsvanathesvara, 354
Paschima-vahini, 258, 290
Palala, 273
.. Ganga, 90
" Rudra, 388
Patalipur, 73
Patnada Rayada, 334
Patpalya, !I8
Pattandur, 93, 94
Pavugada, 155, 167, 169,
193, 194, 195, 196
Pearse, Colonel, 104
Penjeru, 163, 182, 499
Pennar, 2, 86, 96
Penugonda, 22, 50, 62, 68,
69, 75, 9
6
, 195, 22/}.
278, 286, 531
Peresandra, 104
Periyapatna, 62, 213, 219,
252, 290, 291
PermadevanhaIli, 539
Persia, 15, 301,433
Perumale, 518 .'
Pietro della Valle, 433
Pimikini, 2, 86, 149
" Northern, 96
" Southern, 96
Pir Ghaib, 305
Piriya,290
Piriyamuguli, 379
Pisces, 300
Polalakere, 528
Polalva, 522
Pomburchcha, 379
Ponnaiyar, 86
Poona, 35, 179. 340,
3
8
5,5
20
Porto Novo. 24
Portuguese, 433,
POllnnata, 223 ('.
Prasanna Chef'
3
06
/
Prasanna-gir ..
Pratapa Ru
Prinsep, "
Ptolemy,
Puckle"
PUIOIIl,
Punr"
INDEX
Punna!a, 223 I Rangapatna. 5
01
Puragere, 2S1 Rangappa Gauda, 66
Purali,429 " N:iyak,381,438,
l'urandara Raya, 460, 525
l'urnaiya, Purniah Divan. ' Rani Bennllr, 469
47. 62, 63, 88, ISO, .. Vframmaji, 432,464
238, 259, 264, 271, Ranoji Raya, 62
2S2, 303. 318 ! Rashtrakutas, 18, 429
Pushpagiri, 321 Rastam Jang. 199
Puttagirija, 352 I Ratanpur, 162
Pyrenees, 361 ! . 196, 198, 378
RatnavaU, 379. 537
RAcHA:\IALLA, 224, 3
6
5 Ravana, 378, 534
It II., 331 Raya durga, 196. 502
Narayan, 24 Rayalpad. 101
Raila. 456 Read, Captain, 88
Rahmandnrga, 96 Rees, Mr., 301
Rahmanghur, 148, 150 Rekha shbt, 349, 405
Roijoiditya,224 -I Remount Depot, IS
Rajaghatta, 70 Renuka, 105. 106. 427,
Raja I lira Gauda, 190 450
IUjankllnti, 35 Ricketts. Mr., I2
Raja l'aramcsYara Raya. Rishyas'ringa, 377,408
537 RishyaS'ringa-giri, 377.
RijaraJa, 224 408
R.lj.u,ltlpura. 308 I Roarer (fall), 470
R.iJasc harn Villi:;.'l, 319 I' Rocket (fall), 470
R.ijendra Chola, 224, 316 Rudra Gana. 291
" Deva, 460 I Rudraratna, 34
2
Rama. 105. 117, 145. 162, I Rukmangada, 379.395,460
185. 307, 318, 347, I .. Raya, 3
88
"
378 408 Rupavati, 379, 537
Ramolchnndra, 19. 523 Rustam Jang, 166
Rama Gauda', 175
R.lmakl.a, 133 SABANNA WOUEYAR, 396
Ramalilll!l\ Betta, 76 " I Sabbinini Tiltu, 302
IUman.itha, 19,64, 74, So, I: Sadali. 105, 150
107, 164, 332 Sadisiva Nayak, 408, 431.
Ram:inuja. 272, 273, 332 43
2
271.272, ,. Raya, 21, 431,
274. 295, 3
66
43
2
IUma-pri)'ll, 273 Sadras, 149
RamA Rllja. 21 Sagar. 415, 439, 441, 466,
Rama5wami-hetta. ,20 468
Ramaswami Mullaliar, 305 Sagittarius. 300
Ramayana, lOS, 117, 306, Sahadeva, 105. 222, 280 ,
.. , 377. 37
8
, 4
08
Sahak:l.ra, 455, 456
:mesvara. 433 Sahyadri,255
. ,'!iri. 26. 40, 60, 63, Sakkarepatna. 334, 379,
...... ,91 407
"JJ'lir. 236,252,342 Sakleshpur, 321, 326, 363
. . Sakunagiri. 370, 378. 383
.. (,Auda, 20 Sala, 332, 3SO
\it! Salem. I, 37. 38.202,209.
225. 256, 284
In. 22, 68. Slmgram. 255, 257. 291
\ 198, 296, Salivahana, 162
37, 447, Sal Nnynk, 165. 20S
Saluv& Narsingha &iya,
4
12
,5
01
.. Tikkama, 522
Samanta Raya, 81,82, 88
Sambhaji, 23, 24, 109
Sambhulinga hill, 319
Sampaja Rllya, 82. 88
Sampige, 162, 196
Samudra Gupta, 428
Sanatkumara. 37
Sangappa NIl/ak, 531
Sangidevar kalve, 348
Sanjiva Krishnappa Na-
yak, 357
Sanjivini (plant), 378
Sankanna II., 433
S'ankaracha.rya, 379. 33':',
4
02
4
08
Samkaresvara hill. 319
Sanna Baiche Gauda, 165
.. Baire " 20,
40,66
Santa, 377. 408
S'antala-devi. 19, 352, 353
S'antana, 430
S'antara, 379
" Deva,430
" kings, List of,
45
6
S'antaras;-., 413
Santaveri, ,407
Sante Bennu ....... 435, 437,
45
1
,4
6
9
Santemarahalli, 12, 317
S'antignlma. 353
Santisvara, 354
Shad.amma, 408
Sarasvuti, 40R
Sargur, 248', 206. 292
Sarja Ha'lumappa Nayak,
412
Sarjapur, 29. 33, 34, 37,
73,
S'as'akapura. 332, 379
Satanika, 17
Satasringa parvata, 105
S'atavn:tana, 499
S'atavahanas, 428, 499
Sathalli, 364
Satrughna, 117
SattlUll, 435, 503
Saturr, 300
Satyar,ala. 304. 306
Satyamangalam. 223, 225
Sausrlan, Dr., 88
SausLlond. 26, 71, 88. 93
5avandurga, 2, 22, 26, 40,
88,89
Sawr.JI;Ia, 408
Savanur, 437
S;ivimale, 225, 332
Savoy, 470
Sayaji Rao, 277
Sayyid Ibrahim, 62
Scorpio, 300
Scott, Mr., 302
Segur, :146
Sejje,278
VishaIal..sha Pandita, 319
Vishnu, 395
Vi"hnumaya, 260
Vi"hnupura, 271
Vishnuvardhana, 17, 18,
19, 1)0, 120, 136, 148,
164, 225, 240, 241,
2
6
5, 272, 295, 3
08
,
33
2
, ,365, 366, 43
1
,
5
00
Yishnqvardhana Vijaya-
dltya, 500, 534
Vizagap'ttam, 105
Vokkaleri, 104
Vrik6dara, 517
Vrishabhavati, 154
Vyasa, 409
WALES, 49
Walhouse, Mr., 148
Wallajapet, ISo, 462, 521
\Vallich, Dr., 233
\Varriore, 163
Webbe,303
"'ellesley, Althur, 361
" Col., 2So,' 299,
"
"
3
02
, 334, 43
8
General, 122
Marquis, 299
IN.DEX
Wellington, Duke of, 286, I Yedehalli, 3
6
7, 39
2
, 42'
282,299 413
Welsh, 122 Yediyur, 205
" Colonel, 144 I Yelandur, 214! 247,.3
16
\Vestern Ghats, 321, 323, I " 200, 227,
332 25
0
Wilks, 89, 14
6
,247, 249, I Velahanka, 19,20,21,25.
281, 3
01
29, 35, 3
6
, 4
1
,43, 69,
" Colonel, 254, 278 7
2
, 94
" Major, 2So, 282 I Yeliyur, 234
Wilson, Professor,JSo, 427 I Yelukalu shilu, 486
White, Mr. D. S., 9
2
, 93 : Yelwal, 253
Whitefield, 4, 16, 17,26, I Yemme Doddi gudda, 399
35,38, 71, 74, 88,92, Y,enandahalli, 149
93, 94 i Venne hole, 35
8
I
Woddin gudda, 369 I Venur, 254
Wolgere,288 I Yeragamhalli, 317
Wood, Colonel, 144 Yerkalve, 107
Worlakonda, 104 Yerra Ganga, 108
Verrakatta, 165
YACHENAHALLI, 250 Vesalurpet, 339
Yadava,458 I Yesvantpur, 35
Vadavas, 19 ' Yettinhalla (river), 330
Yadugiri, 271, 2So \ Yudhishthira, 222, 427
Yadu-patna, 19, 85, 178
Yagachi, 321, 329, 366
Yedatore, 206, 213, 214, I (tree), 366
217, 218, 228, 232, 'I Zulhkar Khan, 166, 199
24
2
,255, 257,3
1
4
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