Bernier, François, Travels in the Mogul Empire A.D. 1656-1668

(Westminster, Eng. :  Constable,  1891.)

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Buzee (Reverend Father), 6, 7 « ;
attends on Dara in his last moments
loi n, 244, 289.

Caboul (Kabul), Mir-Kan appointed
governor of, 186.

------revenue of, 457.

Calil-uUah-Kan commands Dara's right
wdng at .Samiigarh, 48; treachery
of, to Dara, 52-54 ; shoebeaten by
Dara, 53 j offers his services to Au¬
rangzeb, 56 ; urges Dara's being put
to death, 100.

Camp of Great Mogol, number of people
in, 380, 381.

Candahar, revenue of, 456.

Candt-ys (Khandish), revenue of, 458.

Capuchin missionaries in India, 289.

Caste, divisions of Hindoos into, 325,
and n.

Catay, name of a country other than
China, 155 n.

Caucasus mountain range, 395 n.

Chah Abas (Khwaja Shahbaz), lays
siege to Castle ot Surat, 28 and it;
cautions Murad Bakhsh against Au¬
rangzeb, 32.

Chah-Abas (Shah 'Abbas the Great),
King of Persia, 150 k.

------trees   planted  by  astrologers   of,

162, 163.

Chah-Hestkan (Shaista Khan), uncle
of Aurangzeb, 13 n.

Chah-hest-kan (Shaista Khan), uncle
of Aurangzeb, promotes his views,
56.

------appointed governor of Agra, 66 ;

urges Dara's being put to death,
100.

------^ nominated governor of the Decan,

etc., 174, 186 ; undertakes expedition
against King of Arakan, 174, 179 et
seq. ; wins over pirates of Chittagong,
181, 182.

Chah-Jehan (Shdh-Jahdn), the great
Mogol, 3, 4 ?«; has secret corre¬
spondence with Aurani£zeb, 16 ; re¬
ferred to, 21 ; illness of, 24, 25 ; re¬
ferred to, 33, 34, 37, 41, 42, 43.

-------   proposes     assuming     command

against Aurangzeb, 44; influenced
by Begum Sahib, 63; delivers up
keys of Agra,  63 ;   confined in the
 

fortress,   64;    accused    of   sending
money to Dara, 64, 65.
Chah-Jehan, refuses Aurangzeb certain
jewels, 127.

------ arrogance of Persian ambassador

to, 151-153-

------outwitted by Neik-nam-Kan, 164 ;

pardons Aurangzeb,  166; letters to,
from Aurangzeb, 167, 168.

------  punishes   Portuguese   of Hughli,

176, 177 and n ; demolishes churches
at Agra and Lahore, 177, 287.

------death of, 198 and n.

------city of Jehan Abad built by, 241.

.See Dehli, account of the city of

------   encourages   dancing   girls,   273,

274-
-------invades Little Tibet, 421 ; attempts

conquest of Great Tibet, 422.
Chah-limar (Shahlamar), country house

of Mogol, 283 and n.
------country residence  of Aurangzeb,

351-

------   (Shalamar)   Gardens,    Kashmir,

399 and n, 400.

Chah-Navaze-I<lan (Shahnawaz Khdn),
father-in-law of Aurangzeb, 73 ns ;
receives Dara at Ahmadabad, 74 j
betrays him to Aurangzeb, 87 ; slain
in battle of Deora, ib.

Chamdara, city of, captured by Mir
Jumla, 172.

Chapelain, letter from Bernier to
Monsieur, on customs, etc., of
Hindoos, 300-349.

Chapelle (Claude-Emmanuel Luillier),
letter to, from Brrnier, 349 n.

Chardin, celebrated Fiench traveller,
312 n.

Chatigon (Chittagong), pirates inhabi¬
tants of, 174-176.

Chatresale (Rdjd Chhattar Sdl), com¬
mander in Dara's army at Samugarh,
48 ; killed in the battle, 51.

Chauth levied by Marathas, 460.

Cheetah, hunting leopard, 375 and n.

Cheker (Shigar). town of, 427.

Chempet (Chnmpat Rai), chief of the
Bundelas, 46 and n.

Cherif (Shereef) of Mecca, embassy
from, to Aurangzeb, 133 and n.

Clierky (Charkhi), fireworks used to
separate fighting elephants, 277 ''•
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