The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Kaker, Chief of; Maharaja Dhiraj Kamal Deo
of Chhatisgarh Division. Address: Kaker, Central Provinces, India.
Kanagasabhi, Hon’ble Ambalavanar; 1st Tamil Member, Ceylon Legislative Council; elected 1912. Address: Colombo, Ceylon.
Kanhaiya Lal, Rai Bahadur, Banker, Cawnpore; b. 1871; educ: at the Cawnpore High School; Joined service in the Treasury Department, and became Government Treasurer; Head of the Banking firm of Lala Ram Ratam, Ram Gopal; is a Durbarri and holds lands which yield a revenue of Rs. 14,000, a year; Rai Bahadur, 1907. Address; Civil Lines, Cawnpur, India.
Kanjilal Upendra Nath, Rai Bahadur; Extra Deputy Conservator of Forests; claims descent from Chhandar, one of the five Brahmins invited by King Adisor of Gaur from Kanouj; b, 1859; educ.: in the Mahratta School, Jessore; Hetrampur School Birbhum; Presidency College, Calcutta; and Imperial Forest School, Dehra Dun; entered Government service, and rose to the position of Extra Deputy Conservator of Forests; elected Fellow of the Linnaean Society of London, 1902; Rai Bahadur, 1911. Publications. “Forest Flora of the School”. Address: Gadktai Jessore, India.
Kantaraj Urs, C.S.I. (1914), C.I.E. (1914), 2nd Councillor, Mysore; b. 1870; educ: at the Madras Christian College, from which he graduated, 1894; Prob. Assistant Commissioner, 1884; Assistant Private Secretary to H.H. the Maharani Regent (now Dowager), 1895-9; ;Special Assistant Commissioner, 1899-1900; Special S.D.O, 1901-4; Deputy Commissioner, 1904; m. a sister of H.H. The Maharajah of Mysore, by whom he has a daughter: Address: Mysore City, India.
Kapadia, Dr. Shapurji Aspaniarji. M.D., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Bar-at-Law; b. in Bombay, 1857; educ: Elphinstone High School, and Grant Medical College, Bombay; proceeded to England, 1881; called to Bar (Inner Temple), 1893; was SeniorAssistant, Royal Ophthalmic Hospital, , and Lecturer on Meteria Medica and Pharmacology, Zenana Medical College; Oriental editor, and founder of the Oriental Library and Wisdom of the East Series; Member, Faculty of Arts, London University; Life-Member, St. Thomas’s Hospital, London; Lecturer on Gujarati Language, University College, London; Oriental Secretary, Northbrook Society, London. : walking and reading. Address: 49, Lowbride Road, Kensington, S.W.
Kapileswar, Zamindar of; Sir Yenkata Rangiah Appa Rao Garu; s. of Venkatadri Appa Rao Garu; educ: at Masulipatam and Pachaippah’s College, Madras; travelled in India and Ceylon; subscribed Rs. 10,000/to the Victoria Caste and Gosha Hospital, Madras, 1913; has two sons, the elder of whom has been adopted by his paternal uncle, the Zamindar of Vuyyur Estate. Address: Kapileswaram, Kistna Dt., Madras Presy., India.