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index Abdullah, Brigadier, 200 Abohar, 213 Abrecrombie, General, 82–83 Achamenians, 22 Adams, Maj. Thomas, 71–72 Afghanistan, 23, 25, 28, 32, 55, 66, 136, 141, 159 Afghans, 27, 43, 55–56, 59–60, 62–64, 73, 76, 103, 122, 129 Africa, xi, 145; North, 145, 149, 151–53 Afrika Korps, 146–47, 184 Agartala, 206 Agni (Aryan god of fire), 4 Agra, 33, 43, 54, 67, 70, 95, 100–101, 222 Agustus (Roman emperor), 19 Ahluwalia, Maj. Gen. B. S., 219 Ahmed, Brig. Manzoor, 203 Ahmed, Maj. Gen. Nasir, 190, 195 Ahoms, 38–39 Ahuja, Squadron Leader, 261 Aibak, Kutubuddin (founder of Delhi Slave Dynasty), 29 Ain-i-Akbari (almanac of the empire), 35, 47 Aix-la-Chapelle, Treaty of, 67 Aiyer, Sir P. S. Sivaswamy, 134 Aizwal, 234, 238 Ajmer, 25, 28 Ajnala, 213 Akali Dal (Sikh political party), 236 Akalis (Sikh religious warriors), 105 Akbar, Jalal ud Din Muhammad (Mughal emperor), 34–37 Akhaura, 206 Akhnur, 165, 184, 186, 187, 211–13, 216–17 Aksai Chin, 176 Alam, Shah (Mughal emperor), 89, 94–95 Alam Halfa, 194 Alamein, El-, 147–48 Alaptagin, 25 Aldershot Command, 141 Alexander the Great, 8–13, 19, 23 Alexandria, 84 Ali, Hyder (ruler of Mysore), 76–81, 85–88, 93, 112–13 Ali, Muhammad (nawab of Karnatik), 77 Aligarh, 95, 97, 113, 115 Aliwal, 109 Allahabad, 56 Allard, Capt. Jean François (French mercenary), 105 Ambala, 223 Ambar, Malik (ruler of Ahmednagar), 38 Amber, 37 Ambur, 84 America, xi, 150, 193 Amparai, 246 Amritsar, 103, 187, 189, 194–95, 217, 219, 223 Anand, Maj. Gen. R. D. R., 220 Anandan, Lieutenant Colonel, 252 Anandpal, 25, 27 Anatolia, 5 Andaman Islands, 224–25, 303 Anderson, Harvey (lieutenant governor of Burma), 130 Ansari, Maj. Gen. M. H., 200, 202–4 Aornus, 9 Appa, Khandoji, 94 Arab, 19, 23–24, 57, 70 Arabia, 36 Arabian Sea, 226, 303, 305 Arabian stallion, 19 Arakan, 192 Arcot, 79–80 Argaum, 101 Army in India Committee, 134 Arquebus, 36–37 Arrah, 121 Arrian, 9, 11 Arthashastra, 14, 15 Arunachal, Pradesh, 234 Arunachalam, V. S., 167 Aryan, 4, 5 Asaf-ud-Daulah, 75–76 Asal Uttar, 189 Ashuganj, 206–7 421 Index Asia, xi Aspasians, 9 Assakenians, 9 Assam, 38–39, 51, 273 Assaye, 100–101 Atari, 188 Atlee, Clement (British prime minister), 159 Attock, 55 Auchinleck, Gen. Claude John Eyre: 133, 141; as commander in chief India, 154, 156; as commander in chief Middle East, 147–48, 151 Aurora, Lt. Gen. Jagjit Singh, 202, 227 Aurungzeb, Muhiuddin Muhammad (Mughal emperor), 34, 38, 41–42, 51–52, 54, 67, 103 Ausa, 42 Australia, 182, 301–2 Avadh, 56, 72, 75–76, 121 Avadi, 270 Avantipur, 223 Azamgarh, 121 Aziz, Lt. Gen. Mohammed, 258 Aziz, Sartaj (Pakistani foreign minister), 262 Baaz, Operation, 247 Babur, Zahir ud Din Muhammad (founder of the Mughal dynasty), 32–34 Babur-Nama, 32–34 Badin, 193 Bagdam, 160 Bahadur, Beni, 74 Bahadur, Guru Tegh (Sikh leader), 103 Bahamani Empire, 39 Baig, Ismail, 95–97 Baille, Col. William, 79–80 Bajirao II (Nana Saheb), 52, 91–92, 99 Bajiro, Peshwa, 52–53, 58, 91 Bajrang, Operation, 235 Baksar, 120 Bakshi, Col. V. K., 247 Bakshi, Maj. Gen. Zorawar, 216 Balasore, 67 Balasore plain, 78 Balkans, 47 Baltal, 165 Baltistan, 164 Bamial, 217 Bana, 17 Bana Post, 255–56 Banari Ghat, 55, 64 Bangladesh, 198–99, 231, 235–36, 294 Bakan, 215 Banaras, 72, 75, 76, 111, 121 Bandi, 53 banduq-chis (arquebus carriers), 37 Bangalore, 83, 243 bans (rockets), 36 Baramahal, 82–84 Baramula, 160 Barani, 30 Barapind, 219 Bareili, 121 Bareilly, 297–98 Barisal, 225 Barkha Khurd, 188 Barmer, 212, 220, 295 Barrackpur, 122 Barsala, 215 Basanthar River, 218, 227 bashgulls (Durrani household cavalry), 61 Bassien, 54 Bassien, Treaty of, 99 Batalik, 258, 261 Batavia (Jakarta), 71, 154 Battapore, 187 Batticaloa, 246 Bawa, Col. I. B. S., 244 Bay of Bengal, 224, 226–27, 303 Bazira, 9 Beas River, 189 Bedara Plain, 71 Beg, Targhi, 30 Beijing, 171, 258 Bein Lake, 217 Bein River, 217–18 Bengal, 66–71, 74–76, 80, 117, 120–23; presidency, 128 Berar, 42 Bewor, Lt. Gen. G. G., 212, 220 Bhabha, Homi (father of India’s nuclear program), 284 Bhaduria, 205 Bhagat, 2nd Lt. Permindrah, 152 Bhagirathi River, 72 Bhagwat, Adm. Vishnu, 281, 304–5 422 Index Bhairab Bazar, 200, 206–7 Bharata War, 5, 7 Bharatiya Janata Party (National Peoples Party—bjp), 263, 267, 269, 288 Bharut, 16 Bhatinda, 28 Bhau, Sadashiv Rao, 55–56, 59–61, 63...

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60714474
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440
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2012-01-01
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English
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