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244 INDEX. Chandamagar, French headquarters in Bengal, 180; taken by Clive, 181. Chand Bibf, her defence of Ahmad- nagar against Akbar, 137. Chandragiri, Raja of, descendant of Vijayanagar dynasty, 130; sells site of Madras to the English (1639), 171. Chandra Gupta, king of Magadha, 87, 88. Changiz Khan, his invasion of Afghanistan, 119. Charnock, Job, founded Calcutta, 172. Charters of the East India Company, 227, 228. Chauth, levied by the Marathas in Southern India, 151, 158 ; in Ben- gal, 159- Chera, Hindu kingdom in Southern India, 127. Cherra Ptinji, its enormous rainfall, 20. Child, Sir John, Governor-General and Admiral of India, 173. Chilianwala, battle of (1849), 215. Chinsurah, Dutch headquarters in Bengal, 180. Chitor, taken by Ala-ud-din Khilji (1803), 122, 123. Chittagong ceded to the English (1761), 184. Chitu, Pindari leader, 203. Chola, Hindu kingdom in Southern India, 127. Chronological table of Muham- madan dynasties (1001-1857), 109, no ; of the Governors, Governors-General and Viceroys of British India (1758-1892), 176, 177. Clive, Lord, his wars with the French in the Karnatik, 178, 179 ; recovery of Calcutta, 180; victory of Plassey, 180, 181 ; Clive's jaglr, 182, 183; first governor- ship of Bengal (1758-60), 183 ; second governorship (1765-67), 185, 186; administrative reforms, 186. Coal mining in India, 30. Combermere, Lord, took Bhartpur (1827), 206. Consoli lation of British India, 200- 221. See Table of Contents, chap. xiv. Coorg, annexation of (1834), 208. Coote, Gen. Sir Eyre, defeats Lally at Wandiwash (1760), and takes Pondicherri (1761), 179 ; his cam- paign against Haidar All, 191. Cornwallis, Lord, Governor-General (1786-93), 192, 193 ; the Per- manent Settlement of Bengal, 193 ; second Mysore war, 1 93 ; his second Governor - Generalship (1805), 200. Court, General, one of Ranjit Singh's European officers, 213. Crops and scenery of the northern river plains, 26, 27 ; of the Bengal Delta, 27 ; of the southern table land, 28-30. Dacca, capital of Bengal moved from, 179. Dalhousie, Marquess of (1848-56), 214-220 ; administrative reforms, 214, 215; second Sikh war, and annexation of the Punjab, 215 ; second Burmese war and annexa- tion of Pegu, 216 ; policy towards Native States, 217, 218; lapsed Native States, 218, 219; annexa- tion of Oudh, 219-220; jiis work in India, 220. Dandis, a. sect of Sivaite mendicant ascetics, 102. Danish settlements in India, 173. Dara, Prince, put to death by Aur- rangzeb, 145. Daulatabad, pillaged by Ala-ud-din Khilji, 121 ; taken by Malik Kafur, 122; capital removed to from Delhi, 124. Day, Francis, founds Madras (1639), 171, 177. Deccan, the geographical situation, 28 ; invaded by Ala-ud-din Khilji, 121; Muhammadan governors in, revolt, 125 ; the Muhammadan States of, 128, 129; Aurangzeb's campaign in, 146, 147; Maratha sovereignty over, 159. Decline and Fall of the Mughal Em- pire (1707-65), 150-155. Delhi, Hindu kingdom of, conquered by the Afghans, 117; Kutab-ud- din's buildings at, 119; Shah