Punjab Railway, 6e miles south- of Sangtur, the modern capital,
and a5 miles north-west of Rohtak. Population (,go,), 8,47. It
as formerly the capital of the State to which it gave its name, and
the Rajas of Jtnd are still installed here. It lies in the holy trant
of Kumkshetra; and tradition asedbea it, foundation to the Plnda.
who built a temple. here to Jainti Devi, the 'goddess of victory,'
round which sprang up the town Jaintapuri, since corrupted into JInd.
Of little importance in the Muhemmadan period, it was sliced by
Gajpat Singh, the first Raja of Jmd, in 1755. RahlmDid Khan
sent by the Delhi government in 1775 to race... it, but w
defeated and killed. His tomb is still to be seen at the Saftd n
Gate, and trophies of the victory are preserved in the town. It c
tains many ancient temples, and several places of pilgrimage. The
fort of Fatehgarb, part of which is now used ss a jail, was built by
Raja Gajpat Singh The municipality has an income of Rs. 7,1ro,
chiefly from octroi; and there is a considerable local trade.
Jinjiram.--Rive rer of Assam, which sa in the Urpad bil, Goapam
District, and flows through the s,,them portion of that District nit it
falls into the Brathmapntrs, south of Minikarchar, after a worse of
miles. The most important places on its banks are Laklhipur,
South Salaam, and Singimari. Above Salmata the country is under
water during the rains, and boats of 4 tons burden can proceed as far
as izkhipur. In the dry aeason they cannot get above Singimari.
The re a trade .at. for the southern portion of Goalpata
and the Garo Hills.
Jintur.-Northern talk of Parbhani District, Hyderabad State, with
a of 95, square miles. Includingjagfrs, the population in 9-
was 87,797, compared with x13,5,6 in r89r, the decrease being due to
the famine of r9oo. The talk contains 197 villages, of which 37 are
japr, and Jimar (population, 3,688) is the head-quarters. The land
n 'r9or wes 3-1 lakhs. The talk lies between the rivers
Puma (north) and Dart,, (south). The soils are mainly alluvial and
Jlral Kamsoli.--Petty State in Rewn KINTHI, Bombay.
Jirang.--Petty State in the Khasi Hills, Eastern Bengal and Assns.
The population in rgor was 713, and the gross re n r9o3-4
Rs. 1,145. The principal products are rice, millet, ginger, caoutchouc,
Jiri.--River of As-, which ris,. on the southern slopes of the
Basil, and, after a southerly course of 75 miles, falls into the Bask
or Surma For early the whole of its length it forms the boundary,
between Cachai District and the Star, of Manipur, and it is crossed .1
Jidghat by a ferry; which is maintained for the use oftravclle,s along
the SilchahManipur road. The greater part of its course lies through