Index Geographicus Indicus: Being a List, Alphabetically Arranged, of the Principal Places in Her Majesty's Indian Empire, with Notes and Statements Statistical, Political, and Descriptive, of the Several Provinces and Administrations of the Empire, the Native States, Independent and Feudatory, Attached to and in Political Relationship with Each Other; and Orher Information Relating to India and the East
E. Stanford, 1881 - 201 頁
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24-Pergunnahs Afghans Agency Ahmednagar Ajmere Alphabetical Index Assam Balasore Behar Belgaum Bengal Berar Bhopal Bickaneer Bombay Presidency British district Bundelkhand Burdwan Burmah Canal Central India Central Provinces Chanda Chief Towns Chittagong Chota Chota-Nagpore climate coast Commissioner Coorg Cutch Cuttack Dera Dharwar divisions Durbhunga east eastern feet frontier Ganjam Ghats Godavari Gujarat Gwalior Hazaribagh height hills Hindus Hooghly Hyderabad Indore Indus inhabitants island Jessore Jeypore Jodhpore Jubbulpore Kabul Kanara Kattywar Khan Khandesh Kistna Latitude Longitude Madras Presidency Mahomedans Malabar Manbhoom Midnapore miles in length mountains Mysore Nagpore Nasik native nearest minute Nilgiris North Arcot north-east North-Western Provinces northern Nuddea Oodeypore Orissa Oudh Patna peninsula plain Poona Pooree Popln population portion Punjab Railway rainfall Raja Rajputana Rajshahye range Revenue Rewah river Rungpore Satara Shahabad Shikarpur south-west southern square miles Sylhet territory Thakur Thar and Parkar tract tribes Umballa valley Vizagapatam Western
第 197 頁 - Brahman eats but his own food ; wears ' but his own apparel : and bestows but his own in ' alms : through the benevolence of the Brahman, in' deed, other mortals enjoy life.
第 188 頁 - O'thman Aqueduct. PHYSICAL ASPECT. — Aden is a large crater formed of lofty precipitous hills, the highest peak of which has an altitude of 1775 feet ; these, on the exterior sides, slope towards the sea, throwing out numerous spurs, which form a series of valleys, radiating from a common centre.
第 107 頁 - Bikanir consists in the vast herds of camels, horned cattle, and sheep which roam over their sandy wastes, and thrive admirably in the dry climate. Camels and cattle are bred in such numbers that they supply the neighbouring provinces. What are called and sold as Gujerat cattle are often in reality Merwara cattle of the celebrated Nagar breed.
第 179 頁 - In their religious observances the most remarkable circumstance is the noise with which they are accompanied. The instruments used are clarionets, sometimes formed of silver and brass, but generally of wood with reed pipes, horns, shells, cymbals, drums, and gongs."1 10.