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INDEX. 249 Krishna-worship, 102, 106, 107. Kshattriyas, the second or warrior caste among the Hindus, 5Q, 60, 97- Ktesias, his knowledge of India (401 B.C.), 85. Kumarila, Brahman preacher and apostle, 95. Kuram pass, 19. Kutab Shahi, Muhammadan dynasty of Golconda, 129. Kutab-ud-din, the first of the Slave kings of Delhi (1206-10), 119. La Bourdonnais took Madras (1746), 178. Lahore, Khusni driven from (1186), 116 ; taken by the Ghakkars (1203), 118; Metcalfe's mission to, 201 ; the capital of Ranjit Singh, 213; Sir H. Lawrence ap- pointed Resident at, 214. Lake, Gen. Lord, his campaigns in Hindustan- (1802-1805), 162, 197, 198. Lakshman Sen, last Hindu king of Bengal, defeated (1203), 118. Lally defeated by Coote at Wandi- wash (1760), 179. Lancaster, first English Captain in the Eastern Seas (1602), 170. Lansdowne, Marquess of, Viceroy (1888-92), 236, 237. Laswari, battle of (1803), 162, 1^7- , Law, Brahman, 06. Lawrence, John, Lord, Viceroy (1864-68), 231 ; held the Punjab in the Mutiny, 225. Lawrence, Maj. Stringer, besieged Pondicherri (1748), 178. Lawrence, Sir Henry, appointed Resident at Lahore (1846), 214; foresaw the Mutiny, 223 ; his de- fence of Lucknow, 226. Leaf-wearing tribe in Orissa, 44. Leedes, early English adventurer in India (1583), 168, 169. Literature of the Brahmans, 63, 64. Lodi dynasty at Delhi (1450-1526), 127. Lucknow, treaty of (1801), 195; siege and reliefs of (1857-8), 226. Lyric poetry of the Brahmans, 72. Lytton, Earl of, Viceroy (1876-801, 2 33> 2 34! famine of 1876-77, 234 ; Afghan war, 233, 234. Macaulay, Lord, inscription of Ben- tinck's statue, 206 ; first legal member of Council, 208 ; his Penal Code, 231. Macnaghten, Sir William, killed at Kabul (1841), 211. Macpherson, Sir John, acting Go- vernor-General (1785-86), 192. Madhu Rao, fourth Maratha Peshwa (1761-72), 160. Madhu Rao Narayan, sixth Maratha Peshwa (1774-95), 162. Madras founded (1639), 171, 177; taken by the French (1746), 178. Magadha (Behar), Asoka, king of, 78 ; Chandra Gupta, king of, 87. Mahabat Khan, kept Jahangir in captivity (1626-27), 141. Mahabharata, epic poem of the heroic age in Northern India, its story, 67-69. Maharajpur, battle of (1843), 212. Mahmud of Ghazni (1001-30), his seventeen invasions of India, 113, 114; sack ofSomnath, 114, 115; stories about, iij, 116. Mahmud Shah, Amir of Afghanis- tan, 209. Mahmud Tughlak, king of Delhi (1388-1412), 126. Maiwand, battle of (1880), 234. Malcolm, Sir John, his mission to Persia, 201 ; pacification of Cen- tral India, 204. Malwa, Malik Kafur in (1306), 122 ; independent State, 130; conquered by Akbar (1572), 136; ravaged by Rajputs, 149 ; conquered by the Marathas, 159, 160. Manjarabid, Hindu Raja of, main- tained his authority from 1397 to 1799, 130. Man Singh, Raja, governed Bengal under Akbar (1589-1604), 135. Manu, Code of, 66. 'Maratha Ditch' at Calcutta, 159, 180. Marathas, the, 156-163. See Table of Contents, chap. xi. Maratha war, the first (1779-81), 162, 190, 191 ; the second (1802-