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Krishna, 8, 87, 127, 170-172, 345
Krishọa Lila, 227
Kuber, 170
Kurukshetr Taldo, 167
Ladak, 259
Lakshmaņ, 90, 91, 160
Lakshmanbala, 109
Lakshmi, 74, 102, 113, 126, 222, 224
Lakshmi Kund or Tank, 222
Lakshminarayan, 74, 160
Lal Khan, 188
Landresse, M., 231, 364
Lanka, 223
Laç Bhairo, 303-309
Latifpur, Fort of, 202, 208, 209
Layard, Mr., 22
Lingam Lakshmají, Pandit, 354
Lingeswar, 103
Lolarik Chhath Mela, 221
Lolárik Kúar, 167, 221
Lomasa Rishi, 20
London Mission, Benares, 333, 334, 337
Lota-Bhanța, 125, 126
Lota-Bhanta Melk, 226

Macaulay on Warren Hastings, 9.
Machaudari, 114, 115
Madhodás ká Dewhr, 110 [211
Madhodás's Garden, 197, 208, 209, 210,
Maga, 173
Mahabbárata, 4, 67, 167, 217, 381
Mahabir: see Hanuman
Mabadeva : sec Siva
Mahakal, 67
Mahakali, 160, 161, 170
Mahendra, son of Asoka, 266
Mahes'wara, 9, 233, 367
Mahi Pala, 261
Mahmud Sultan, 215, 289
Mabommad Shah, Emperor, 132, 133
Mahomet, 13
Maitreya, 365, 368, 369
Mandaráchal, 140
Mangalgauri, 107
Maņikarnika Temple and Ghat, 67, 69,

72, 104, 139, 177, 178, 186
Mán-Mandil Ghát, 129, 137, 139
Man-Mandil Observatory, 43, 129, 131,

135, 136, 137, 273, 360
Mansarwar, 160, 161.
Man Sinh, Raja, 42, 151
Manu, 881
Maqdam Sahib, 302-306
Marhiya Ghát, 216
Markaņda, Márkandes' war, 76
Markham, Mr., formerly Resident of Be-

Dares, 201, 204
Math, 145
Mathura-prasad, Baba, 340

Martin Luther, 351
Mémoires de Hiouen Thsang, 231, 366-

380
Mi le (Maitreya), 365, 368
Mill, Rev. Dr., 242
Minarets, The, 111, 112.
Minor Vehicle, 366, 367
Mir Ghat, 84, 86, 224
Mira Sahib, Tomb of, 302
Mogaliputra, 244
Mohammadan Mosques in Benares, num.

ber of, 41, 42
Mohurram, Festival of the, 191, 214
Moon, The, 109, 151
Mount Himalaya, Raja, 80
Mrigadáva (The Deer Park), 367, 372,

375
Muktikshetra, 68
Mullens, Rev. Dr., 39
Müller's (Professor Max) History of

Ancient Sanskrit Literature, 4
Mural Quadrant, 136, 137
Muskábad, 324
Mutiny, The Sepoy, 294
Nága, Nages'war, 75, 89, 220, 262
Nagarpradaksbņa Mela, 226
Nag Kúán, 87, 88, 220
Nag Panchami Mela, 220
Nairanjana, 374
Nalanda, 259
Nanak Shah, 102
Nárad Muni, 77, 78, 170
Narayaņa, 102
Narsirih, 113, 114, 216
Narsinh Chaudas Mela, 216
Naubat-Kháda, 163
Naugrah, Nava-graha, 65, 91, 164, 267
Navaratri Mela, 214
Nepalese Temple, 137
Nie-pan (Nirvaņa), 368
Ni-houan (Nirvaņa), 364
Nikumbha, 381
Ni-lien (Nairanjana), 374
Nirbuddhes'war, 98, 104, 105
Nirgranthas, Tbe, 367
Nirjala Ekadasi Mela, 217
Nirvana, Nisvritti, 5, 257, 261, 263, 364,

368
O-jo-kiao-tch'in-jou (Ajnáta Kanndinya)

368, 372
O-lan-kia-lan (A'rada Kalama) 376
Pa lian foě (Pataliputra), 364
Panchganga Ghat, 104, 107, 109, 110,

139, 223
Panchganga Mela, 214
Panch-kosi Road, 47, 61, 123, 174, 179,

180, 181, 184, 321, 327
Panch-kosi Melé, 226
Panchmukhi, 84

Mara, 378

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Panch Pandav, 67, 177, 217
Panch-Tirth, 140
Paņini, 3
Paramabodhi, 368
Parasurama, 170
Parvati, 47, 68, 74, 80, 86, 381
Parvatyeswari, 105
Pasupatas, 367
Pataliputra, 364
Patharaka Siwan, 324
Pavana, 160
Persian Architects, 28
Pě tsing, or s'uddhodana, 364
Pho lo naï (Benares), 35, 364
Pilgrimage of Fa Hian, 231, 364
Pilpilla Tirth and Ghát, 103, 104
Pir Alim, 216
Pisách-Mochan, 123, 124, 126, 226
Pi-tsou (Bhikshus), 368
Pole Star, Temple of the, 128
Po-lo-men (Brahman), 368
P’o-lo-ni-sse (Benares), 366, 367
Popham, Major, 206
Pou-sa (Bodhisattwa), 368, 369, 370,

371, 374, 379
Pou-ti (Bodhi), 373-375
Praladh Ghat, 190
Pratardana, 381
Pratyeka-Baddha, 364, 368
Prayag, 142
Prinsep, Mr. James, 21, 24, 41, 42, 69,

71, 89, 108, 115, 219, 299, 317
Ptolemy, 134
Pujá, 125
Puráņas, 37, 95, 347
Púrņas ubhakarani, 68
Pỹ tchi foě (Pratyeka-Buddha), 364
Radha Krishna, 87, 172
Rafies, Sir Stamford, 260
Rahu, 66
Rájagriha, 368
Raj Ghát, 190

[323
Raj Ghat Fort, 28, 292, 297-301, 309,
Rajmandira Ghát, 214
Rám, 90, 91, 113, 160, 170, 216, 222,

223, 345
Rámáyaņa, 222, 347
Rámes war, 177
Rám Ghat, 146, 216
Rám Lila, 222
Rám Lila Mell, 222
Ramnagar, 34, 118, 169, 173, 199, 205,

208, 209, 222, 227, 229
Rám-naumí Mela, 216
Rath-Játra Mela, 218
Ratnatraye, 369
Ratnes war, 81, 312
Ravana, 223
Remusat, M., 231, 364

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River of Death, 102
Rota-bhanța, 226
Rudrsar, 143
Rukmes'war, Temple of, 154 .
Runjeet Singh, Maharaja, 51
Ruru, a Demon, 159
Sadanand, Lala, 199, 200
Sahja, 225
Sakhi-Binayaka (Ganes) 69, 178
S'akra, 379, 380
S'akya Muni, 5, 6, 12, 256, 261, 264,

301, 369
Salár-i-Mualla, 216
Sálår Masaud, 216
Salar Sahu, 215
Sámba, 127
Sambadit, 128
Sami, a kind of tree, 223
Samkatik, 162
Sammatiyas, School of the, 366, 367
Sanchi, 244, 294
Sangames war, 185, 186
Sangamitra, 266
Sangkar, 252, 253, 260
Sanichar, 66, 69
Sankața Devi, 143, 144, 214
Sankaça Ghát, 146
Sankudhara, 220
Sankudhara Mela, 218
S'anti-Parvan, 381
Saraswates'war, 98
Saraswati, 107, 170, 186
Sárnáth, 5, 25, 35, 180, 231, 232, 236,

236, 244, 266, 262, 267, 271, 272,
286, 309-311, 321, 323, 325, 364:-
Buddhist Stúpa, Dhamek, 236-243,

256
Carving (No. I.) on Buddhist Stúpes

240
Carving (No. II.) on Buddhist Stope,

241
Foundation of Ancient Stúpa, 248–

264
Chaukandi Stúpa, 256, 256
Remains of Buddhist Monastery, 246_

248, 256
Chaityas, small Seal, 262-264

Statues and Bass-reliefs, 248, 260, 268
Sarvarthasiddha, 372–376
S'aryati, son of Mann, 381
Satdbará, 244
Sati, 77, 79, 80, 121, 186
Satjug, 731
Scindia, Maharaja, 185

[370
Seng-kia-lan (Buddhist Monastery) 366,
Shachi, 267
Shewei, 267
Shuhada, Sultan-as, 216
Shujah-ud-Daulah, Nawab, 198

Ti-po-ta-to (Devadatta), 371
To kio (Prateyeka-Buddha), 368
Tresham, Mr. D., Head Master, Go-

vernment Normal School, Benares,

297, 332
Trilochan, 96, 98, 100, 102, 104, 166
Triratna, 369
Tse-chi-pou-sa (Maitreya Bodhisattwa),

369
Tsing-fan (S'uddhodana, Raja), 373
Udra, son of Rama, 374, 376
Vahan, 172

34

Varanas" (Benares), 34, 35, 232, 366, v

367
Váránasí, Kingdom of, 35, 36, 233, 366
Vasishtha, Muni, 149
Vast Solitude, Temple of the, 364
Vày 170
Vayu Purana, 381
Vedantism, 37, 356
Vedas, The, 118, 173, 227, 347
Vedavyás, 118, 173, 174, 227
Vedavyás Melk, 227
Vinayakapala, Raja, 38
Vis'alaksbi, 86
Vishama-Bhairava, 119
Vishņu, 68, 97, 102, 114, 126, 130, 162,

170, 185, 216, 222
Vishnu-Purana, 381
Vis'wakarman Cave, 20
Vítahavya, 381
Vizianagram, Maharaja of, K.C.S.I,

182, 339, 354
Vyas, 105
Vyáses war, 118
Wang-che-tching (Rajagriha), 368
Warren Hastings, 197-211
Wazir All, Nawab, 338
Well of Immortality, 219
Wilford, Col., 250, 251
Wilson, Professor H. H., 242, 381
Wou-yeou (As'oka), 367, 368
Yajeswara, 116
Yamadwitîya Mela, 225
Yantra Samaráţ, 136, 137
Yası, son of Sujata, 11
Yava-vinkyak, 178
Yogani, 41
Yo-to-lo-mo-tsen (Udra, son of Rama),

374

Siddhes war, 91
Siddhes' wari, 143, 144
Siddhi, 72
Siddhimáta Devi, 90
Sikh Religion, 102
Sindhia Obát, 72
Sita, 113, 170
S'itala, 65, 85, 100, 130
S'iva or Mahadeva, 47, 50, 63, 60, 66, 68,

76, 97, 108, 114, 126, 140, 143, 145,
149, 152, 157, 160, 163, 170, 172, 178,
185, 227, 251, 346, 355, 381
S'ivala Ghát, 34, 197, 204
S'ivalaya, 146
S'iva Prasad, Babu, Joint Inspector of

Schools. Benares Division, 312, 339
S'ivapur, 177, 225, 226
S'iva-ratri Mela, 227

(308
S'iva's Láț or Pillar, 190, 192, 193, 305-
Skaņda Purana, 96, 381
Soma, 130
Somes'war, Temple of, 130
Sone ka Taláo, 321, 322
So-po-ho-la-tha-si-tho (Sarvárthasid-

dha), 372, 373
S'ramaņa (Buddha), 242, 365
S'ri Maut Buija Bai, 64
S'rt Stkira Pála, 251, 254, 256
S'ri Vasanta Pala, 261, 264
Stone Pillar, Sone ka Taláo, 321, 322
Subhadra, 120
Suddhodana, Raja, 364, 373
Sudeva, son of Haryas'wa, 381
S'ukres'war, 59
Súraj-Kund, 127, 128
Súrajnarayan, the Sun, 47, 59, 66, 74,

100, 109, 113, 126, 127, 174, 185, 221
Suraya Mela, 222
Súrya, 170
Súrya Purána, 127
Tarakes'war, 70
Ta-tseu-thsaï (Mahes'wara), 9, 367
Tching-liang-pou (Sammatiyas), 366,
367

(374
Tch'ouen-lun-wang (King Chakravartin),
Thatheri Bazar, 223, 224
Thomas, Mr. E., late Judge of Benares,

25, 236, 245, 246, 254, 263, 268, 269
Thomason, Mr., late Lieutenant-Go-

vernor of the North-Western Pro-
vinces, India, 332
Thomson, Rev. Dr., 360
Tiliyá Nála, 28, 300, 302–306
Tilubhandes war, 161-163, 166

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