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Other temples.--

Statue of Gopinath.-Statue of Radha.--The
Jumna at Brindabun.-Kaisee-ghaut.—Bukasoor-ghaut.-
Bushter-hurun tree.—Ukoor-ghaut and the origin of the 'car-
festival.'—Kalya-dah ghaut and its legend.- Brahma-koond.
Gopeswara.—Hureedoss Gossain and Tansen.—The Pooleen,
or Ras-mandala.-Lallah Baboo.—The Jain temple.—Need-
hoo-bun.-Monkeys at Brindabun.--Muddun Mohuna.—Nee-
koonj-bun.-Baka-Behary.Radha-rumun.-Doubtfulness of
the objects at Brindabun.-Vrij-bashees and Vrij-bashin-
ees.—The ex-Rajah of Hatras.—Pundit Rangachari Swami.
-Vrij-bashee antipathy against the Bengalees.--The old
man of ninety-six.—The Natuck, or drama at Brindabun.-
Radha-koond.-Mount Goverdhun and its legend. - Festival
of Anna-coot.—Suraje Mull's tomb.-Churun-paharee.—Kam-
mya-bun.-Burshana. - Nanda-gaon. - Gokul.-Departure
from Brindabun



Hatras.—Coel-Allygurh.-French rule in India.—The run-
scription of Delhi.—The Patan and Mogul compared. -
Hoomayoon's tomb.-Hadjee Begum.-Dara.-Shekoh.-Je-
hander Shah.-Feroksere.-Ruffeh-u-Dirjat.-Ruffeh-u-Dow-
lah.— Alumgeer II.-Bahadoor Shah's retreat.—Hodson and
the Shazadahs.— Burra-Pul.- Arab-ke-serai. - Mukburrah
Khan Khapan.-Musjeed Esa Khan.-Tagah Khan.-Chowsut
Khumha.-Lal bungalow.-Kala Mahl.—Jebapara's serai.-
Shah Jehannabad, or modern Delhi.—The culminating days of
Mogul rule.-Building of Shah Jehannabad.-Its various gates.
-Chandney Chowk.–Jumma Musjeed.--Imam Hossein's.
Manuscript of the Koran.- Ramazan at the Jumma Musjeed
-Fort or Palace of Shah Jehan.—Lahore-gate of the Fort.
Nowbut-khanna.--Dewanni-aum.-Marble throne.-Great Mo-
gul justice.—Dewanni-khas.—Tukt Taous, or Peacock Throne.
—Bernier's description of the Mogul court.-Anecdote of
coffee-drinking.-The Seraglio.-The Hummauins, or baths.
-Tusbear Khannah, or the picture gallery.-Mooti Musjeed.

away Bengalee Baboo.— Khoorjah.— Boolundsber.— First
view of Delhi.—Its antiquity.—The Rail, a great innovator.
-Apostrophe on the fallen state of Delhi.—Chronological
mode of sight-seeing.—Indraprastha, or Poorapah Killah.—
Its description in the Mahabarat.-Judishthira’s Rajsuye.-
Negumbode-ghaut.-Flies in Delhi.—Keela Kona mosque.—
Shere Mundil.–Old Delhi.—The Iron Pillar and its legends.
-Bulwan Deo.-Lalkot.-Rajab Pirthi-raj.—Rai Pithora.-
The Bhoot-Khana.—Mahomedan conquest of India.—Mus-
jeed-i-Kootub-ul-Islam.—The Kootub Minar.—The unfin-
ished Minar.-Altamash's tomb.—Diving-wells in Mehrow-
lie.—Adam Khan's tomb.-Rupamati.-Ruby Palace.—Kil-
okeree.-Alia Durwaza, or Gate of Alla-ud-deen.—Emam
Zamin.-Metcalfe House.—Kootub bungalow.—Jogh Meya.
-Siri.— Rooshun Chiragh.—Hunumanjee. — Toglukabad. —
Mahomed Togluk.—Mahomedabad.—Jehan-Pannah.—Leela
Boorj.-Tir Boorj.--Nizam-ud-deen Oulia.-Poet Chusero's
tomb. Princess Jehanara's tomb.—Mahomed Shah's tomb.
-Mirza Jehangire's tomb.—Jumaat Khana mosque.—Nizam-
ud-deen's well.-Ferozabad, or the Kotila.-Lat, or Staff of
Firoz Shab.-Kushak Shikar.–Kala Musjeed.—Kirkhee.-
Sut-poolla Bund.-Firoz Shah's canal.—Hous-Khass.- Patan
greatness of Delhi.—Timoor's invasion.--His battle-field-
Collapse of Delhi.—Beloli and Secunder Lodi.-Deen-pan-
nah. - Delhi-Shere-Shah. - Selimgurb.- Abul Fazil's de-

-Shah Baug, or royal garden.- Dellii-gate of the palace.—
Shalimar gardens.-Ali Merdan's canal.-Mogul houses and
thatched buildings in former Delhi.—Aurungzebe and his
age.-Koomari Musjeed, or Maiden Mosque.—Roshenara gar-
dens.- Tomb of Zeebun-ul-Nissa.—Mahomed Shah and his
times.—Koodseah Baug.-Tez Hazari Baug.–Nadir Shah and
his invasion.-Roshun-a-Dowla.-Khoonie Durwaza.- Sack
of Delbi.— The Junter Munter, or observatory.—The Sufder
Jung.–Sadut Khan and Nizam-ul-Moolk.—Sufder Jung
and Ghazi-ud-deen Khan.—Madrissa, or College of Ghazi-ud-
deen.-Ahmed Shah Doorani.-—-Rise and progress of the
Mahrattas and Jauts.—Mahratta possession of Delhi.—Final
Mahratta and Mogul contest.-Gholam Kadir.-Scindia and
Perron.—The Great Mogul in 1793, 1803, and 1824.-His
Zenana.—Zivat Mahl Begum.—Company Jehan and the
Great Mogul.—Bahadoor Shah.—Sir C. Metcalfe, Resident.
-Lord Ahmerst at Delhi.-Lord W. Bentinck there.—Lord
Ellenborough there.—Lord Dalhousie's abolition of the page-
ant of the Great Mogul.—State of the palace immediately
before the Mutiny.—The ex-Great Mogul and his Begum
under surveillance.-Fate of the last descendant of Timoor.
-The Moslem and his rule.—Skinner's Church.— William
Fraser and Nawab Shumis-dood-deen.—Delhi College. - The
Magazine and Lieutenant Willoughby.-Mutiny at Delhi.-

Remains of the English trenches.-Hindoo Rao.-Sammy
House.—Siege of Delhi.- Blowing of the Cashmere Gate.
Brigadier Nicholson.-Final capture of Delhi.—Sir John
Lawrence's prohibition of its demolition.—The ampesty.-
Delhi under the Moguls. Its population at various times.-
The Moguls in India.-Mussulmans and Hindo06.—Delhi
and Calcutta compared.—Former and present opulence of
Delbi.-Arts and merchandise there.—Cheap living.-Delhi
Institute.- Statues of Jeimul and Puttoo.—Portraits in the
Museum.-Archæological collections.—The miraculous cross.
-Government College.-Intellectual progress of the Delhi-
ites.—Queen's Gardens.--Delhi Canal.-Festival of the De-
wallee.—Lalla Choona Mull. -Delhi-ka-Ludhoo.—Delhi wo-
men.Oinrao Sing.–Departure from Delhi.-Grand Durbar
of Sir John Lawrence at Agra.—The Taj illumination.—The
Viceroy and Native princes. The civilization of the East
and West compared

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