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Volume 1
Page 153
... .89 9.4 85.08 4.83 .9 8945.54 5oo.502o Gujarst. Coast, South 229 2 26.96 0.34 ...

Volume 1
Page 368
... of Central and Western India. There are numerous Gujars in the plains of the Punjab, where they...

Volume 2
Page 201
...hiLwdd. I Smo. Bombay, 1869. --otes of a Visit to GujarSt. 12mo. Bombay, I870.-Photographs...

Volume 2
Page 202
... Architecture of Bharoch, Cambay, Dholka, Cc., in GujarSt. Roy. 4to. London, i896.-7he Ancient...

Volume 5
Page 77
..., 32,000. Gadarias (shepherds), Ahirs (cowherds), Gujars (graziers), Lodhas (cultivators), and...

Volume 5
Page 92
...rs. The population consists chiefly of Swatis and Gujars, and was returned in I9o0 at I6,983. Islam...

Volume 5
Page 145
...eir laws. Widow remarriage is permitted among the Gujars and Jats, and in the lower castes...

Volume 5
Page 149
...de it possible. The chief cultivating castes are Gujars, Jats, Merats, Rajputs, and Rawats. Of...

Volume 6
Page 134
...0). Other important agricultural classes are the Gujars (12,000), Jats (12,000), Mughals (7,00ooo),...

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Volume 9
Page 50
...ll the more fertile provinces of the empire. The Gujars and Jats, always to the front upon every...
...hed off to join General Wilson's column, and the Gujars once more rose. Walidad Khan of Malagarh...
...f repression were adopted against the refractory Gujars, many of whom still continued under...
...lmost all took the side of Government, while the Gujars and Musalman Rajputs proved our most...

Volume 9
Page 51
...dhas (culti- vators), 64,000; Banias, 56,ooo; and Gujars, 44,ooo. The Brahmans chiefly belong to...
... of the Provinces and the Punjab, while Jats and Gujars also are chiefly found in the same area....

Volume 9
Page 52
...ndustrious as the Jats, but lack their physique. Gujars are usually inferior. The tenures are those...

Volume 9
Page 55
... same tracts suffered, being largely inhabited by Gujars, still impoverished owing to their...
... robberies, and dacoities are also numerous. The Gujars are largely responsible for this...
...ricts. In 1819, owing to the law- lessness of the Gujars, a joint-Magistrate was stationed at...

Volume 9
Page 83
...was formerly turbulent. After the Minas come the Gujars (i8,ooo), who are cattle-dealers and...

Volume 9

Volume 10
Page 26
...g other castes may be mentioned Mardthds, Kohlis, Gujars, Dangis, and Kirars. The Mardthas, Dangis,...

Volume 10
Page 131
...d of inferior breed. Buffaloes are mostly kept by Gujars, but villagers also keep them for domestic...

Volume 11
Page 213
...n. Henceforth a perpetual inundation of Rajputs, Gujars, Sikhs, and Gurkhas swept over the valley,...

Volume 11
Page 226
...ay that their ancestors came from Rajputana. The Gujars (28,ooo) are nearly all Hindus ; they have...

Volume 11
Page 312
... Brahmans or Lingayats, a few being Muhammadans, Gujars, &c. The main line of the Southern Mahratta...

Volume 11
Page 325
...cultiva- tors and in State service), 22,000 ; and Gujars, 21,000, who mostly inhabit the Ddng As...
... mostly inhabit the Ddng As recently as 1897 the Gujars were notorious for their raids into...

Volume 11
Page 361
...sembling the Garhwi of the Swat Kohistan, and the Gujars still retain their own language, which...

Volume 12
Page 92
...self-indulgent, and incapable of serious effort. Gujars number 14,ooo. The chief commercial tribes...

Volume 12
Page 139
...iny Gangoh was frequently threatened by the rebel Gujars under the self-styled Raja Fathua; but Mr....

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Volume 14
Page 273
... consist almost entirely of Mohammadan Swazis and Gujars. K3gan village is situated in 34°...

Volume 14
Page 391
... is hoped that they will prove more suitable. The Gujars are the only people who make a trade of...

Volume 15
Page 101
...bas retained certain privileges. Numerically the Gujars are of some importance, both in Jammu,...
... its. mountains have especial attractiorxsJor the...

Volume 15
Page 109
... Grazing is- good and the tract is frequented by Gujars, ,goatherds, and shepherds. A considerable...

Volume 15
Page 110
... rainfall heavy. Grazing lands are plentiful and Gujars numerous, Early snowfall and cold winds...

Volume 15
Page 127
...are many excellent grasses and fodder trees. The Gujars, who live. on the fringe of the '...

Volume 15

Volume 15
Page 313
...he Mahajans (7,6oo) ; the Brahmans (7,100) ; the Gujars (6,1 oo) ; and the Rajputs (5, roo), more...

Volume 16
Page 201
...town of Ludhiana. In the villages the Muhammadan Gujars were the only people to show signs of...

Volume 16
Page 202
..., being indolent and thriftless cultivators. The Gujars (33,ooo) are mainly Muhammadans, inferior...

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Volume 17
Page 261
...ng and criminal trespass are very common, and the Gujars in the Ganges and Jumna khddars are...

Volume 17

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Volume 18
Page 67
...rs), 17,000; Gadarias (shepherds), 16,ooo ;. and Gujars, 14,ooo. The Jats, Gujars, and Aherias...
...pherds), 16,ooo ;. and Gujars, 14,ooo. The Jats, Gujars, and Aherias (14,ooo) belong to the...



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