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Zanzibar ■ 49, 64b, 115b, 116b, +v. Tanzania

Zanzibar • 49, 74a

Zaradrus ≈ v. Sutlej

Zarafshan, Zarafshān ≈ CD1 27b, 37a, 63d

Hira&ntod;yavatī 27b

Zaranj • A3 26a, 31–33, 38a, 39ad, 44ac, 46a, 138

Shahristān 44a

Zaranka □ v. Seistan

Zargun ∧ B3 3, 138

Zariaspa • v. Balkh

Zaskar Range ∧∧ E2 3, 86b, 138

Zayton (Emp. of the Great Khān) • 37c, 197a1

Zeila (Somalia) • 49

Zeionises (Śakas) ▯ xxxivk–m

Zeugma (Syria) • 24e

Zeus, Cape of ▭ E9 24a

Zhob ◩ C3 65n, 79, 141

Zhob ≈ C3 xxxiva, 3, 138

Zhob River Valley 157b2

Zia ul-Haq, Mohammad ▯ 266b2

Zia ur Rahman ▯ 266b2

Ziegenbalg, B. ▯ 99d, CSA 5q

Zikris ‖‖ 94e

zinc 130

Zindā Shāh Madār (Madāri) ▯ 41b

Zīrids ✭ 33d

Ziro • I4 88ai, 139

Ziyā ud-dīn Bakhshī (Chishtī) ▯ 41b

Ziyā ud-dīn Baranī (Chishtī) ▯ 41b, CSA 2w

Zoilos Soter (Indo-Greeks) ▯ xxxivhi

Zoji La ⎶ D2 3, 86b, 87h, 138

Zoji La ⚔ D2 87h

zonal councils 225a1

Zorawar Singh ▯ 153a1

Zoroastrianism ✠ 34bl, 204b1, CSA 6ddgg, +v. Parsis

Zoroastrians ✠ v. Parsis

Zranka □ v. Seistan

Zürich (Switzerland) • 128a

New Index Guide to the Use of the New Index

The following index items refer to new atlas materials on pages 263–282 and to the updated portions of the three end-cover chronologies. In general, the man- ner of presentation of items in this index conforms to the rules set forth on pages 327–328. A number of pertinent observations, however, must be made.

A. End Cover Chronologies:

The designations "MSR," "CSA," and "PC" in this index refer entirely to the new portions of the three end cover inserts, "Major States and Rulers of South Asia," "A Chronology of South Asia," and "A Political Conspectus of South Asia," respectively. The manner of indexing, by columns and rows, for CSA entries is like that used for the original chronology. MSR entries are followed by numbers 1 to 7 specifying correspondingly numbered areas of reference on the chart. PC entries are indexed by column in the same manner as pages of text in the body of the atlas.

B. Subsidiary Entries and Relation of Old to New Index:

Subsidiary entries are provided only in those cases where more than one name for a given place or person appears in the addenda and corrigenda (e.g., Sri Lanka and Ceylon) or in which a change in orthography may leave the reader in doubt about a correspondence between a name in the original index and a new entry cited below (e.g., Zhou Enlai, in the modern Pinyin system of spelling vs. Chou En- lai in the earlier Wade-Giles system). For references to most alternative names ap- pearing in the original edition (e.g., Mysore, rather than the present name Karnataka) and to other relevant information (e.g., map grid location), the original index should be consulted. Most of the items in the new index appear also in the old index; those that do not are followed by a plus sign (+).

C. Names Excluded from Index:

Names of political parties in the tables for section IX and of countries, administrative units thereof, and cities that appear in the tables of sections IX, X and XI, in figure IX.D.2.a and in the new end-cover overlay map, "South Asia, Admin- istrative Divisions, 1991," are not indexed in that those portions of the atlas are so laid out that the reader should have little difficulty in locating the items in question. Major subject headings of tables are indexed, but many column headings are not.

Effects of Addenda and Corrigenda on Original Index

A. End Cover Administrative Map

In so far as the map "South Asia Administrative Divisions, 1991" replaces the previous end cover insert "Administrative Divisions, 1975," the statement in the paragraph "End Cover Inserts" of the Guide to the Original Index that reads "The references in this index to the maps on pages 3 and 79 relate also to the end cover maps of physiography and administrative divisions respectively" is no longer valid for the latter of those two maps.

B. Former Section Entitled Late Particulars:

In the original edition a section entitled "Late Particulars" comprised pages 263–266. That section, covering a variety of events from 1971 to 1977 or providing statistics and other relevant data for that period supplemented a number of map plates and the three end cover chronologies with earlier terminal dates. The information provided in the original "Late Particulars" has been recast and the section has been omitted from this edition. Hence, all original index entries referring the reader to pages 263–266 should be ignored.

Alphabetical Listings

Adamgarh Cave ∴ 264a2

Administrative Divisions 267b2, 268a1

Afghan Revolutionary Council + 278b2

Afghanistan ■ 264bc1, 267c2, 268a1, 275b2c, 277–279 passim, MSR2, CSA4zz5xx–zz, PCc1

Afghans ‖‖ 275c, 278b1

Africa □ CSA6yyzz

agriculture/farming/crops, cropland 264ac1, 265a, 281t

Ahar ∴ 265a2b1c1

Ahmadiya sect ✠ 277, 279c1, CSA2yy

Ahmadzai, Md. Najibullah + ▯ MSR2, PCc2

Ahmed, Fakhruddin Ali ▯ 268c1, PCa2

Ahmed, Kazi Zafar + ▯ PCc1

Ahmed, Khandakar Mushtaq + ▯ MSR4

Ahmed, Moudad + ▯ PCc1

Ahmed, Shahabuddin + ▯ MSR4, PCc1

Ahsan, Abul + ▯ 279b2

airlines/air traffic 281t, CSA3yy5xx6yy

Akihito (Japan) + ▯ MSR7

All-Assam Sangram Parishad + ► 276a2

All-Assam Students' Union + ► 276a2

All-Azad Kashmir Muslim Conference + ► 273a2, PCb2

All Party Hill Leaders Conference ► PCb1

Allahabad ◩ 265c2

Allahdino + ∴ 265a1

Amin, Hafizullah + ▯ MSR2, PCc

Amri ∴ 264bc2

Amritsar • 270a2, 275a2

Amu Darya ≈ 264c1

Anand Marg + 277, CSA5zz

Anandpur Sahib Resolution + 275a2

Andaman and Nicobar Islands ◩ PCb1

Andhra Pradesh ◩ 265b2c2, 268c2, 270c2, 272b2, 278b2, PCb2

Andropov, Yuri V. (USSR) + ▯ MSR7

Angola ■ CSA6xxzz

Anjira ∴ 264b1

Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam/ADK ► 268c, PCb2

Antarctic Treaty/Antarctica + □ CSA5yy

Apartheid + CSA6ww

Apegaon ∴ 265b1

Aquino, Corazon (Philippines) + ▯ CSA6xx

Arabic ✶ 278a1

Arakan ◩ CSA5zz

Argentina ■ CSA5yy

Arunachal Pradesh ◩ 267c2, 271a2, 276ab2, PCb1, CSA4xx

ASEAN CSA5yy

Asia, Central □ v. Central Asia

Asia, South □ v. South Asia

Assam ◩ 268c2, 270a2, 272b2, 276a2, 278ab1, 279c2, 281a1, PCb1, CSA2yy, 4xxyy

Assam Gana Parishad/Asom Gana Parishad + ► PCb1

Assamese ‖‖ 276a2b1

assassinations + 275a2, 278c1, 279a1b1, MSR3, PCa2, CSA4ww–zz, 5zz

Aurangabad ◩ 281c2

Australopithecines + 263c1

Awami League/AL (Bangladesh) ► 273b2

Awami National Party/ANP (Pakistan) + ► PCc1

Ayodhyā (Faizabad) • 266b1, 271c1

Ayodhyā-Kā&ntod;&dtod;a + 266b1

Azad Kashmir ■ 267c2, 272c2, 275b2, PCb2

Bābur ▯ 271c1

Backward Classes + ‖‖ 271b2, 278a2

Badakhshan ◩ 267c2

Baghor + ∴ 263c2, 264a1

Bagor ∴ 264a2

Baha'i faith + ✠ 279c1

Bahawalpur ◩ 264b2, 265a1

Bahudhanyaka + □ 266b1

Bala Kot ∴ 264c2

Baltistan □ 275b2

Baltoro Glacier ▭ 274c2, 275b1

Baluchistan ◩ 264a2bc1, 272c, 275b2, 277, 278b1, PCc1, CSA2zz

Baluchistan National Alliance ► PCc1

Banas [culture] ‖‖ 265a2b1

Bandarnaike, Sirimavo + ▯ MSR6, PCc2

Bandarban + ◩ 276a2

Banglore • 279b2

Bangladesh ■ 267c2, 268a, 272c1, 273a2, 274tb2c2, 275a1, 276ab, 277–280a1 passim, 281c, MSR4, PCc1, CSA2wwzz, 3ww–zz, 4wwxxzz, 5wwxxzz

Bangladesh National Party + ► 273a2,b2, PCc1

Bangladeshis + ‖‖ CSA2yy

Bangladeshi Mukti Bahini + ► 276a1

Bannu Basin + ▭ 264b1

Barooah, D. K. ▯ 268b1

Batadombalena Cave + ∴ 264a1

Beas ≈ 275a2, CSA3yy

Beevi, M. Fatima + ▯ CSA2xx

Beijing (Peking) (China) • 276a1, CSA6xx

Beirut (Lebanon) • CSA6yy

Belan Valley + 263c2, 264a2

Belur • 266b2

Bengal, Bay of ☯ 275a1, CSA4yy

Bengal, North □ CSA4xx

Bengali(s) ‖‖ 276a2, 278a1, 279c2

Berlin (Fed. Rep. of Germany) • CSA6xx

Berubari • 274b2

Bhagwanpura ∴ 265a2c1

Bhakti movement ✠ 266c2, 267a1

Bhārata ▯ 266b1

Bharatiya Janata Party + ► 271c, 272b2, PCa2

Bharatiya Lok Dal ► 268c2

Bhargava, K. K. + ▯ 279b2

Bhattarai, Krishna Prasad ▯ PCc2

Bhimbetka + ∴ 263c2, 264a

Bhopal • CSA3yy, 5xx

Bhubaneshwar • 266b1

Bhutan/Druk-Yul ■ 267c2, 276a2b1, 278c2, 279b1c2, MSR4, PCc2, CSA2xx, 5xx

Bhutto, Benazir + ▯ 272c2, MSR2, PCb2, CSA2xx, 3ww, 4wwxx

Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali ▯ 272c, 278b2, MSR2, PCb2, CSA4zz

Bīdar • 266c2

Bihar ◩ 271a2, 277, 278b, 281a2, PCa2

Biharis ‖‖ 278a2

Bījāpur • 266c2

Birendra Bir Bikram (Nepal) ▯ MSR3, PCc2

Bista, Kirtinidhi ▯ PCc2

Black Polished Ware + v. Northern Black Pol- ished Ware

Black-and-Red Ware 265bc2, 266a1

Blue Star, Operation + ⚔ 275b1

Bodoland + □ 276a2, 278b1

Bodos, Kacharis ‖‖ 276a2, 278b1, CSA4xx

Bolan ≈ 264a2

Bombay • 278c1, CSA5xx

Bombay Province ◩ 267b2

bonded labor + CSA2xx

border clashes, incidents 275b2c2, 276a1, 277

border disputes/problems + 276b1, 278a2

borders/boundaries/boundary agreements 273c2, 274b2c2, 275a1, 276ab1, 278a2, CSA5xxzz

Brahmagiri ∴ 265b2

Brahmaputra ≈ 276a2b2

Brahmaputra plain + ▭ 278b1

Brezhnev, Leonid (USSR) ▯ MSR7

British Commonwealth ■ 279b1, CSA5xx–zz

Bronze-Iron Age 263b1

Buddhism, Mahayana + ✠ CSA2ww

Buddhism, Theravada + ✠ CSA2ww

Buddhists ✠ 275b2, 277, 278a1, 279c

Burma ■ v. Myanmar

Bush, George (USA) + ▯ MSR7

Byelorussia + ◩ CSA6xx

Calcutta • 281c1, CSA3xx

Callaghan, James (UK) + ▯ MSR7

Cambodia ■ CSA6zz

Carter, Jimmy (USA) + ▯ MSR7

caste(s) 277, 279b2, 280c1, CSA2ww

cattle 264b1, 281t

Cedi ‖‖ 266b1

census(es) 279c2, 281ac

CENTO 279b1, CSA5zz

Central Asia □ 264b2, 265a1c1

Ceylon ■ v. Sri Lanka

Chad ■ CSA6zz

Chakmas ‖‖ 278b1

Chalcolithic 264a2, 265b1

Chambal ≈ 265b1

Chand, Lokendra Bahadur + ▯ PCc2

Chandigarh ◩ 275a2b1, PCa2

Chandigarh • 281c1

Chandrasekhar, S. + ▯ CSA2yy

Chenab ≈ 275b1

Chernenko, Konstantin U. + ▯ MSR7

Chernobyl (USSR) + • CSA6xx

China ■ 275b1c, 276a1b1, 279a2b1, MSR7, CSA5ww–zz, 6xxzz

Chirand ∴ 265b2c1

Chishti order ✠ 266c2

Chittagong Hills ◩ 276a1, 278a1b1, CSA4yy

Chota Nagpur □ 278b1

Chou En-lai (China) ▯ v. Zhou Enlai

Choudhri, Fazal Elahi ▯ PCb2

Chowdhury, Mizanur Rahman + ▯ PCc1

Christians ✠ 279c1, 281a1

cities 280t, 281a1c1

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