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Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. 4,117 44,673 7,624 6,586 6,472 6,431 l S,i3l 15,209 6,856 183 258 220 187 2-24 252 119 aio 196 6*3 2 5-63 1216 10'63 211fi lfl'79 251 5"9 90-98 64-89 94-37 87-84 89-37 100 7b'85 83*21 74-9 l OO'O 941 go'ei! 1 66-0 69-79 l OO'O 64-32 24 93 12-2 loo-'o 100-0 3-38 4(21 35-68 14 38 17-0 ::: 13-41 1251 7-99 8-oa fi-53 1443 14-18 9-6 86 45-87 8-9 25-69 25-16 29-33 1817 85-27 29-31 22-96 27B 243 33-5 30-0 6100 62-33 62-67 7374 68-20 56-26 e2-86 1 66-0 21-6 622 SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. The largest of these baa an area of 3,53o square miles, rather larger than the combined areas of the East and North Ridings of Yorkshire (3,016). It contains two natural divisions, Lowlying with 3,77S sq Qure miles of area and Hilly with ^,222. — Riwa is divided for administrative purposes into 7 per- ianal, 3 of which, Bardi, Kamaitgar and Sobagpur fall in the Hilly tracts. III f/M£orica Z.— The ruler of Riwa is a Hajput of the Baghel branch of the Solanki race descended from ihe founder of the Anhulwari Pattan dynasty. 1901 1891 1881 1872 Districts— Bhanpura Indore Khargone Mahitpur Mandleshwar Nemawar Bampura ••• •*• Natural Divisions- Plateau Lowlying Tracts Hilly Tracts Indore 0it7 ••» ••• ••• t.* ••• ••• ••« • at ••• • •• Total ••• •«• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• ••• 2 — 3,309 — 7,321 — 4,203 — 3,293 — 3,311 — 467 — 1,980 — 28,874 — 16,468 — 277 — 8,139 — 6,474 — 66,094 — 64,995 •••••t — 9,67S • ••M% •••••• — 7,ee7 ••• •••t** Census of Inrlor? 33 9H1 'Hi 2.6317,729 — 9,419 — 7,246 474 — 7,760 — 2,787 — 114,861 IMore State Tables. 28 40 12 — 12 "18 "l6 1,031 1.021 1,542 1.612 i'is - 521 1,31 3 01.ikliald» 110 146 — 36 4.149 4,149 8,863 8,863 - 4.714 4 Dhirgaun e4 27 19 37 "*8 ■45 3,396 2.39G 2.03H 2,039 686 - 357 81 Ii Lawani 55 68 — 13 1.0S8 1,06S 1,526 1.525 - 157 i.' Mah CBbwat ... — ao 6,431 1,882 4,549 8,326 2,231 6,094 1,891 6 Nemavar Zilla 363 390 ...

3,060 Bhuopum, 4,^28 '1,328 16,889 37,151 — 20,263 G«rot!

The Supplementary Tables will shew Political Officers at a glance the area and population in their respective charges.

The list of sub-castes is exactly as recorded at the Census and has been printed simply to assist the Ethnographic Survey work.

On ita western side it meets the states of Bundelkband. " r«ad " Rtebnia Jiiii S*'' village population i-M. , Vernaoular Lower Primary 2, Girls' school Lower Primnry 1, Arabic 1, Persian 1, Sanskrit 1. Urdu, Bnudelkhimdi, Gondi (which is only in Sohagpur pergana) and Slarvadi met with in almost all the perganat of the State.

It 13 bounded on the north by the United Provinces of Agra and Ou Jh, on the east by the 'Bengal district of Uhutia Nagpur and on the south by the Central Provinces. Ceniwj.— The Census of the Stale was admirably carried ontbythe Naih Cewan Rao Bahadur Lai Pratsp Singh. The books were moat eiuuileotly filled m and were the most legibly written of any. and Village Groups.— Most people live in towns of 5,000-10,000. — Some 4 per cent- are literate among males and 0'8 per cent- among females which compare well with the figures for all Central India- Urban figures shew 19 per uent, of literate males and 1 per cent, of literate females. Mfam of E.hicition — Schools — English up to Entrance 2, Vemacnlnr Middle S, Vernacular Upper Primary 21! Z/anjf Maje*-— The languages and dialects most prevalent in Riwa are Baghel- khandi, Hindi. Castes — The castes and tribes pecaliar to Riwa are Agaria, Baiga, Baiswar Bargahi, Basuha, Bemariha, Bywar, CLirwa Darwan, Dhimar, Dbirkar, Eacbera, Maj, Mahora, Pakbia, Paliba, Panika, Patbari, Pawak, Sarangia, and Umrao and mostly they are found in the Bardi, Huzur, Ramnagar, Sobagpun Satna and Teonthar ferganas of the i Staie. — Occvpations which may be considered as prodominaiing in the S^af^:— Herdsmen* Cultivators, Farm servants, General labour, Merchants, Grain dealers.

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