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Full text of "Journeys In Persia And Kurdistan ( Vol.Ii)."

INDEX

405

KANDAL PASS

Kandal Pass, ii. 285

Kangawar, i. 131

Kanisairani summits, ii, 276

Ear Kanun, ii. 27

Kara Kapru, ii. 369

Karabulak, Kurdish village, ii. 182

Karachai river, ii. 196

Karaftu, fortress palace of, ii. 194

Karasu river, i. 112, 114

Karsi or platform, i. 132

Karuu river, i. 5, 342, 351 ; ii. 23,
29 ; trade on, i. 10, 12 ; its tribu-
taries, ii. 30

Kashan, i. 220; telegraph station,
227; manufactures, 230; rqflM tiles,
231

Kashava, ii. 202

Kashgan, ii. 120

Kasr-i-Kajar, i. 195

Kasr-i-Shirin, i. 79 ; ruins of, 80;
romantic legends, 80 note

Kasrik Kala Pass, ii. 332

Kasseinabad, i. 226

Katirgis or muleteers, i. 50

Kavir or Great Salt Desert, i. 174,
177

Kavrak, denies of, ii. 196

Kazimain, i. 23

Kerbela, "Dead March," i. 35, 36;
pilgrims to, ii. 189-191

Kerkhah, i. 94

Ketchuda or headman, i. 329; duties,
377

Khana Mirza plain, i. 360

Khanjarak, ii. 329 ; poverty, 330 ;
church, 330

Khannikin, i. 61; haram, 66, 71 ;
trade, 69 ; peasant life, 74-76

Kharba valley, ii. 36

Khariji village, i. 312

Kharshut valley, ii. 391; village, 392

Khashmaghal village, ii. 184

Kherson valley, ii. 19

Khosroe Parviz, legend, i. 80 note

Khuramabad, ii. 103, 120 ; dirt and
squalor, 122 ; Bala Hissarfort, 123

Killa Bazuft, ii. 8, 19

Kirmanshah, i. 98 ; population, 101 ;
street, 102 ; inhabitants, 102 ; cus-
toms, 103 ; punishment, forms of,
103; reception by the Governor, 103;
the Citadel, 104 ; code of etiquette,

VOL. II

KUBDS

105,  of  pipes,  107 ; rugs,  109 ;

carpet-weaving, 110 ; soldiers, 111;

lanterns, 111; horses, 118
Kirrind,   i.   84,   92;   plain  of,  87,

valley, 90
Kizil Kabr, red range of, ii. 197

 Kobat, i. 53 ; dirt and discom-
fort, 60

 Uzen stream, ii. 180
Knapp, Mr. and Mrs., ii. 355
Kochanes, ii. 261, 286 ; Mar Shimun

the Patriarch, 288-294; church,
296-302 ; cattle plague, 319

Kooltapa, ii. 169 ; robbery, 171

Kop Dagh, ii. 387

-----Khane, ii. 388

Kornah, i. 13

Kotranis, ii. 323

Eowrbana, celebration of the, ii. 310

Kufcts or gophers, i. 18

Kuh-i-Bozah, i. 129'

Kuh-i-Dinar, ii. 2

Kuh-i-Gerra, ii. 2

Kuh-i-Haft Kuh, ii. 94

Kuh-i-Hassan, i. 129

Kuh-i-Kaller, i. 360

Kuh-i-Milli, ii. 12

Kuh-i-Nassar, i. 313

Kuh-i-Paran, i. 129

Kuh-i-Eang, ii. 34

Kuh-i-Sabz, i. 316

Kuh-i-Shahan, ii. 26

Kuh-i-Sukhta range, i. 313

Kuh-i-Zirreh, ii. 2

Kuh-Shah-Purnar, i. 313

Kuh Sufi, i. 257

Kuh Surisart, ii. 194

Kuhrud, i. 233 j'exports, 234; valley,
232 ; pass of, 234

Kurn, i. 160, 211 ; telegraph line and
post-office, 166 ; Fatima, shrine of,
167 ; the dead, soxirce of wealth,
168; industries, 170; "holy"
city, 170 ; theological college, 170 ;
ruinoiis condition, 220

Kunak, i. 363

Kupru Bridge, ii. 391

Kurdish houses, i. 88 ; ii* 191 ;
women, 192

Kurds, depredations of the, ii. 272;
robbery and violence, 278, 295,
323, 330 ; costume, 352 - 354 ;

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