well-irrigatiori, and the Bar. The whole of the Bar and half the BAngar
are now irrigated.
Haftzâbâd Town.-Head-quarters of the tahsil of the same name
in Gujrànwala. District, Punjab, situated in 32° 4′ N. and 73° 41′ E.,
on the Wa irabad-Lyallpur branch of the North-Western Railway.
Population (1901), 4,597. It was formerly a place of some importance,
and is mentioned in the Ain-i-Akbri as head-quarters of a mahâl.
Hafiz, the founder, was a favourite of the emperor Akbar. The main
channel of the Chenab Canal runs 21 miles east of the town, and the
newly irrigated land sends its produce to Hafizabad as the nearest mart
and railway station. The factory industries of the place are cotton-
ginning and flour-milling, and the number of employés in the three
mills in 1904 was 73. The District board maintains an Anglo-ver-
nacular middle school and a Government dispensary. The town is
administered as a I notified area.'
Haflang.--Head-quarters of the North Cachar subdivision, in
Cachar District, Eastern Bengal and Assam, situated in 25° 11′ N. and
93° 1′ E. Haflang stands on the top of a hill, on the north side
of the main section of the BARAIL range. The Subdivisional Magis-
trate's court was transferred to this place from Gunjong in 1896, as it
then began to acquire considerable importance as the head-quarters
of the hill section of the Assam-Bengal Railway. The station is
prettily laid out, and commands a fine view of the highest peaks
of the Barail and of the surrounding ranges. The railway runs round
Haflang hill in a loop nearly 1o miles in length, though the distance
through the saddle is less than half a mile. The population in 1901
Hagari (or heddvati).--A river of Southern India, formed by two
streams, the Veda and Avati, which rise in the Baba Budan hills
(Mysore), and after feeding the large Ayyankere and Madagkere tanks,
thereby irrigating much land, unite to the east of Kadûr (13° 32′ N.
and 76° 6′ E.). The united stream then runs north-east through
Chitaldroog :District, where it is dammed to form the great Mari
Kanave reservoir, which is 34 square miles in extent, with 70 miles ;
of distributary channels. East of Hiriyar the river, which now takes
the name of Hagari, turns north and passes into the Bellary District
of Madras, the eastern portion of which it drains. It flows into the
Tungabhadra by Halekota after a course of z8o miles.
Haidarabâd Assigned Districts.--See BERAR.
Haidarabad.--District, tdluka, and city in Sind, Bombay. See
Haidargarh. -- Southern tahsil of Bara Bank! District, United
Provinces, comprising the parganas of Haidargarh, Subeha, and
Siddhaur, and lying between 26° 31′ and 26° 51′ N. and 81° 10′