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offered to serve the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College without remuneration; became its Head-master, and eventually its Principal; Fellow of the Punjab University; Member, Text Book Committee; President, Young Men’s Arya Samaj; and Member, Sewak Mandali. Address: Lahore, Punjab, India.

Hanuman Prasad Pandai, Rai Bahadur; Zemindar; belongs to a sect of the Sarjupari Brahmins; b. 1859; rendered valuable service in connection with Famine Reliefs; gave evidence before the Famine Commission, 1901; Owns extensive landed property; Rai Bahadur, 1891. Address: Bijeraghogarh, Murwara Tahsil, Jubbulpur C.P. India.

Hanumantha Gowd, C. Rao Bahadur Hospet; b. 1858; educ: at the Provincial College, Bellary, and the Madras Presidency College; interested in agriculture and historical reasarches; started many Agricultural Banks and introducted in his district over 300 improved sugar mills which he sold on easy terms to ryots; Vice President, Hospet Taluk Board; Honorary Magistrate; Member, Bellary District Board; Honorary Visitor, Bellary Jail. Address: Hospet, Bellary District.

Hanumantha Rao, Bhimanakunte, B.A., I.S.O., Professor of Mathematics (retired) College of Engineering, Madras; b. 1855; B.A., 1874; joined service as 4th Assistant Master, Kumbakonam College, 1877; Ag. Headmaster, Prasticing Department, Govt. Normal School, Madras, 1882-84; Ag. Principal, Government Normal School, 1885; served in various lower grades till he was taken in the Upper Subordinate Educational Service, School Branch, 1891; Ag. Professor of Mathematics, College of Engineering, Madras, 1893-4; Provincial Educational Service, 1897; continued as Professor of Mathematics, College of Engineering, Madras; retired, 1912; Fellow of the Madras University; Member, Faculty of Engineering, Madras University; Address: ‘Kamalalaya’, High Road, Rayapeta, Madras, India.

Hanumantha Rao, Dinavahi Venkata; Merchant; Chairman, Municipal Council, Bezwada, one of the founders of the National Fund and Industrial Association. Madras, of which he was one of the Joint Honorary Secretaries for some years; one of the four Joint Secretaries of the Industrial and Arts Exhibition held at Madras, 1903; worked energatically for the successful termination of the All-India Weaving Competition held at Madras in December 1907; Sir Arthur Lawley then Governor of Madras, highly complimented him for his work in connection with the Weaving Exhibition. Address: Bezwada, Kistna District, Madras Presidency, India.

Hardinge, Charles of Penshurt; 1st Baron (1900); C.B. 1895); C.V.O. (1903); K.C.M.G. and K.C.V.O; G.C.S.I, and G.M.E. (1904); G.C.M.G, and G.C.V.O. (1905); I.S.O. (90G); P.C.; G.C.B. (1910), Ch.V.O; (1912); Viceroy and Governor-General of India since 1910; brother of 3rd. Viscount Hardinge; b. 1858; educ. Harrow; Trinity College, Cambridge; m. Hon. Winifred Sturt C.I., d. of 1st Baron Alington, 1890; (d 1914); entered service, 1880; 3rd Secretary, 1882; 2nd. Secretary,