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CENSUS OF lUDIA, 190T 
VOLUME XIX-B. 



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CENTRAL INDIA. 



PART III. 

PROVINCIAL TABLES. 



CAPTAIN C. ECKFORD LUARD, M.A. (Oxon.), 

SlTEBiNTENDBNT OF CHN5US ofEKAriONS. 




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CENSUS OF INDIA, 1901. 
VOLUME XIX^B. 



CENTRAL INDIA 



PART III. 
PROVINCIAL TABLES. 



CAPTAIN C ECKFORD LUARD, M- A- lOxon), 



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TABLE OP CONTENTS. 
PART III. 

(vobUmE xix— s.) 

Notes on States, Provincial Tables &c.,— Central India Agency. 
INTRODUCTION. 

SECTIOK I— Notes and Tables on Selected States. 



Map nf the INDORE State 

Kote nn the Censna of INDORE State 

Subsidiary Tables -•• 

Tables I— VI, — Shewing Area, Honaes and FopalatiOQ ; Variation Since 1820; 

Towns and Villages ; Religion of tba people by eexes hj Districts, 

City and Perganas 
Do, VII — VIII,— Shewing Age, Sex and Civil Condition and Edacation by 

Religions and Age for State and City 
Do. X— XI.— Shewing the Langaage and Dialect and Birtb-places of the people 

by Districts 

Note on the Cenaos of RIWA SUte 

Sabsidiary Tables 

TjfJLES I— VI. — Shewing Area, Honsee, and Population; Variation aince 1881; Towns 
and Villages and Religions of ihe people by sexes and Pergauas 

Do. VII — VIII. — Shewing Age, Sex and Civil Condition and Edacation by 

Religion and Age 

Do, X— XI — Shewing the Langaage and Dialect and Birth-places of the people 
by Ferganas 



Note on the Censns of BHOPAL State 

Snbeidiuy Tables 

Tablis I — VI — Shewing Area, Honses and Popnlation.etc., Variation since 1881 Towns 
and Villages ; and Religion o[ ibe people by sexes and Pergsnas and 
City 



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VII-VIII— aa in Indore 
X — XI— As in Riwa 



Note on the Censaa of DHAR State 
Sabsidiary Tables 

Tables I — VI.— Shewing Arp* Honses, and Population ; Variation since 1820; Towns 

Villages ; and Religions of the people by Sexes and Parganas 
Tabi-ks VII, VIII, X. and XI.— Shewing Age, Sex and Civil Condition; Education; 
Langaage and Dialect and Birth-places of the people 



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27-31 
32-37 

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51-52 
62-56 

57-eo 

61-6H 
67-71 

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73-74 

75-77 

78-81 



Note on the Ceosaa of BARWANI State 

Subsidiary Tables 

Tables I— VI. — Aa in Riwa 

Do. VII— VIII, X and XI.— As in Dhar— 
Note on the Censns of tbe DATIA State 
Sabsidiary Tables 
Tables I— VIII, X and XI — As in Barwani 



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02-93 
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Note on the Census of CHARKHARI State 
Sabsidiary and other Tables as above 



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Note on the Census of the CHHATARPUR State 
Sabsidiary and other Tables as aboTe 



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Note on the Census of the DE WAS State 
Subsidiary and other Tables as aboTe 



Note on the Census of the J A OR A State, 
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118-129 



180-139 



140-152 



SECTION II>— Remaining States and Estates by Political Charges. 



(GavTORXBITTS, StATIOXB AKD. RaHiWATS SBBWK in TBI bhd). 

Tablbs I, III, and VI»— For Qwalior Minor States 
Do. I-VI.-— For Baghelkhand other States 

I>o. „ Bhopal other States and fjstatee 

Do. f, Bhopawar do. 

Do. I-yi.«-For Bnndelkhand Other States 
Do. loIII and YI. — For Indore Agency Petty Estates 
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158-162 
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SECTION III.— Miscellaneous. 



Note on the efltect of Famine 

Sample Form lor ase on Famine Works, ete. 

Subsidiary Tables 



194-136 
197 

198-202 



Note on Chrercrowding in the A. Q. Q.*s Camp 

Subsidiary Tables 

Provincial Table 0.— 43hewmg the nomiber of Schools in the various States 

Alphabetical list of Castes, Tribes and Races, recorded tn the Censns with their usual 
Oceupations and main Provincial distribution 

Variation inArea of Central India Agency since 1881 

Statement shewing Area of Political Charges and States in Central India by Natnral 
Divisions in, 1901 



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204-110 
211 

212-216 
217 

218 



Supplementary Table giving Leading Statistics for Central India and different Political 

Charges ... 218(a) to 218 (t) 



IxAex of Hinda Castes and Animists Tribes with their Sub-divisions 



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INTRODUCTION 



The peculiar Tvay in which the States of the Central India Agency 
intermingle, so that one State often has possessions in several Political Charges, 
made the Statistics collected for the Imperial Tables useless for administrative 
purposes, as Ear as individual Darbars were concerned. This has perhaps made 
the Provincial Part somewhat bulky, but when the expenses borne by the States 
are taken into consideration, it will be seen to be only just that they should 
obtain Statistics in a form which could be of practical value to them. 

This Volume contains tables made out by States giving all the information 
that, 1 think, is likely to be required for ordinary administrative purposes. 
The States are so far as possible arranged by Political Charges. 
Cantonments, Military and Civil Stations, and Railways have been separated, 
as the land in these cases is ceded to British jurisdiction, and the administration 
has passed out of the hanfls of State officials. 

To give all tables was impossible, and I can only hope that those which 
I have compiled will prove useful. 

Any special information, not contained in these tables but recorded, can 
always be obtained from the Tabulation Registers. 

State Heports. —A note on the Census of certain Selected States in each 
Political Charge has been added to this Volume together with a few Subsidiary 
Tables. It would have been impossible to do this for all States, nor could 
I spare the time to do more tliau give a sketch of the State figures. I must 
leave it to those interested in any particular State to search the tables 
themselves for more detailed information. 

The States taken are Indore, Riwa, Bhopal, Dhar, Barwani, Datia, 
Charkhari, Chhatarpur, Senior and Junior Dewas, Jaora and Ratlam. 
The arrangement of this Part falls into 3 Sections. 

Section I gives notes on the 12 Selected States of Central India. All 
important Tables are dealt with. 

Section II deals with the remaining States and Estates. Tables I to VI 
■ are dealt with. A few Tables giving the main results for Cantonments, Military 
and Civil Stations, and for portions of different Railways in Central India, 
have also been added to this Section. 

It will be noticed that Section II gives details hy perqanas for the large 
States and by whole Estates in case of small holdings. 

Section III contains notes on Famine and Overcrowding, Provincisii Table C, 
an Alphabetical list of Castes, Tribes, and Races, and Statements shewing Variation 
in Area since 1881, and its distribution by Natural Divisions. Supplementary 
Tables giving Leading Statistics, and a List of castes and sub-castes, with 
figures denoting the Political Charges in which they were found, are also added. 
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. It has not been 
examined at all and is necssarily most incorrect. 



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NOTE ON THE CENSUS 
OF THE 

INiy)RE STATE. 



DESCRIPTIVE. 



(1). Gmeral.—lnioTQ is tha third largest State in Central India. Its area 
esclaaive of gaaranteed holdings on which it has claims, is 9,500 square miles 
and its total poputation 850,690. 

The Gwalior State has an area aboat 25,000 square miles, which may be compared 
to^ that of Greece (24,977) or of Ceylon (25,363), Riwa ofabout 13,000 square 
miles. 

The borders of Indoreare for tha most part included within Central India, bat it 
meets the Bombay District of Khandesh and the Central Provinces on the south, 
while on the west it touches Rajputana. (vide Map). 

(2). Adminittratioe Divitions.—'Tho State IB for adminiattative purposes divided 
into seven :illaa or districta shewn on the map in different colours:— Rampnra (green), 
Bhanpnra (maave), Indore (yellow), Nemawar (blue), Mahitpur (chocolate), Mandleahwar 
(brown), Ehargon (pink); a.nd 53 perganas. The largest district is that of Khargon 
io Bhopawar with an area of about 2,824 square miles nearly the aame as Yorkshire 
(2,773), while the smallest is Mahitpur in Malwa. 

The ;«fya«ai again vary in size from Nagalwari with 816 square milea of area, 
to Talon Lataheri, which has an area ot 2 square miles only. 

Like most States in Central India the territory is not homogeneous but dia- 
tribnted over several political charges. It has portions in five out of the eight 
charges of Central India, and one small portion in Mewar in tha Rajputana 
Agency. The whole State has been, since October 1899, under the general control 
of a Resident, formerly it was directly under the Agent to the Governor-General. 

The greater part of the State lies in Bhopawar some 4,000 square miles, while 
least lies in Bundelkhand, only 36 square miles. 

Some changes have taken place in the State for when, as mentioned above, a 
Besident was appointed, 8 perganas were placed directly in his jurisdiction. Six 
were taken from the old Indore Agency, one from Bhopawar and one from 
Malwa, to form this charge. 

All three natural divisions are represented, but the portion in the Lowlying 
country, the psrgana oi Als-mpur, is situated far from the rest of the State, and 
consequently presents peculiar features, which are not always comparable with 
portions in the other two divisions. 

There arc some 4,000 square miles in the Plateau, 5,000 in the Hilly tracts and 
37 in the Lowlying, 

(.3). Ruling Family :—1he State ia ruled by the Holkar Family of Maratha 
Shudras. Thehousewas founded in the beginning of the XVIII Century when Malwa 
was divided between the houses of Sindia and Holkar. In the beginning of the XIX 



Oontury arose the contest for power between the Marathft confederacy and the British. 
It ended as regards the Holkar family at the battle of Mahltpnr on December 21st 
1817 — which resulted in the signing of the treaty of Mandsaur on 6tb Jannary 1818, 

(4). CenauB. — There have been in all four enumerations of the Indore State or 
of parts of it. The first was the enumeration made by Sir John Malcolm in 1820, 
In this only a few perganat of the Indore State were dealt with. In 1881 the whole 
State was enumerated, but no pergana Bgures were recorded. In 1891 also the whole 
State was enumerated, but the results were, aava for a few general figures, shewn 
only by political charges and, no p^rf/ana figures' were kept. On this occasion all 
important figures are being published, while figures for all tables by perganat are 
available. 

The Census of the State was carried out from headquarters at Indore by 
Mr. Fatteh Singh, acting under my orders. The State was taken as a single unit and 

not dealt with separately for each p olitical charge in which portions of the State 
arc found. The work was well carried nut, the books being carefully filled in and 
well written up. 

DISTRIBUTION OF THE PEOPLE. 

(5J. ffaneral.— The mean density of the State is 89 persons per square mile, a little 
lower than the figure for all Central India, and the figure has fallen since 1891 by 26 
persons pec square mile. 

The density for the Lowlying country is very high, and due to the peculiar 
position of Alampur, as I have already remarked. The Plateau figure is 19 persons 
higher, and the Hilly tracts figure 6 lower, than the corresponding figures for Central 
India. Since 1891 the Plateau region has lost 42 persons per square mile and the 
Lowlying 22 and the Hilly tracts 12. 

The Districts vary considerably from 117 persons per square mile in Mandlesh- 
war to 48 in Khargon. It is noticeable that Bhanpura and Rampura which suffered 
severely in 1900 from famine shew the greatest decrease in population 64 and 57 
persons per square mile respectively. Indore City, of course, shews a high density; 
and also a considerable increase. 

These variations are for the most part due to the bad seasons vhich have affected thd 
State. 

The rainfuU as the figures below shew has been scanty ; — 

years. Inches. Cents. 

1891 28 22 

1S98 34 26 

1893 30 62 

2SU 86 47 

169S 23 86 

1896 SO 69 

1897 S3 49 

1898 U 8 
1609 7 £8 
1900 S9 ^ 

This has affected buth public health and the crops. The total cnltivsted area of the 
ladore State in 1898-1899 was 1,504,636 acres, but in the famine of 1899-1900, 386,764 
acres of land vent out of cultivation, 



The snbjaiaed table shews by districts the figures for cuUlvAteil area, and thA 
area which wont out of cultivation on account of the famiue of 1899-1000. 



Districts. 


Area in Bquare 
miles. 


Caltivfited area in 
acres in 1898-99. 


CultivBtedareiio 
1899-00. 


Qona out of cultiva- 
tion (in acreB.) 


loilore 


1,5691 


362,082 


327,633 


34,549 


Khargon 


2.821 


209,369 


199,005 


9,464 


Mandleahwir 


l,(H7i 


16G,224 


125,732 


40,492 


NemawsT 


I,095J 


178,428 


133,027 


16,401 


Gampur^ 


936 


280,893 


87,4U 


193,449 


Blianpura 


1,1861 


258,777 


175,888 


76,889 


Uahitpiir 


UOi 


64,863 


38,343 


16,520 


Total ... 


9,500 


1,504,638 


1,117,872 


386,764. 



(6). Town and Village. — The Town of Indore has heen treated for Provincial 

purposes as a " City " and separate tables made out for it. 

Indore city stauds on the Khan and Saraswati streams which meet near the old 
bridge at a temple of Mabadev. 

Aberigh Mackay in hifl ''Chiefs of Central India" says the name is derived 
from "Indar" a rat. This seems to be a mistake " XTndir " being the word for a rat, 
and this is not, moreover, the derivation which is given locally. The name is said 
here to have come from the name of the old temple which stands on the bank of the 
Saraswati stream near "Juna Indore," near the new bridge. It is an old 
temple of 500 years standing as tradition goes. It is dedicated to Shiva, 
but has always been known as the temple of " Indreshwar." Malhar Rao Holkar 
and Ahilya Bai encamped by this temple on the banks of the stream. I think this 
derivation is a far more probable one. 

The place was raised to the itatut of a town by the well-known Ahilya Bai after 
the death of Malhar Bao Holkar towards the end of the XVIII Century. It was 
originally a small village which stood on the site of what is nov known aa "Juna" 
(old) Indore," 

Its population was about 63,000 in 1820, 75,000 in 1881,82,000 in 1891 and on the 
present occasion about 86,000. 

There are 11 towns in Indore State and 3,379^ villages. 

The average town population of the State is 12,000 persons which is the same 
as that for Central India, the average village having about 200 people in it. The 
natural divisions have the same averages as those for all Central India- 

(7), Town and Village gronpi. — Most people live, it would appear, in towns of 
over 20,000. This ratio is due to the overwhelming population of Indore 
city. 

Among villages those of under 500 persons are moat numerous. 
There are on an averaf^e 18 houses per square mile, 25 on the Plateau and 12 
in the Hilly tracts. The average number of persons is a house is about five, even 
in the city it is the same, shewing that large houses are not as common as we might 
expect. 

The city figures shew an increase of 580 houses per square mile. The Lowlying and 
Hilly tracts have more persons per house than the Plateau— and agreeably to thii 
the hilly district of Khargon stauds first— while Hampura stands lost. 



(8). Comparison.— I have in Table U., compared where possible the return 
for other Censuses and that of 1901. ThoDgh we have no official pergana figures 
for 1881' or for 1891, I have in this case been able to obtain the 189X ligurea from the 
Darbar; they were not preserved in the Report or in the Agency Office, The table 
speaks for itself and needs no comment. 

[t is possible that some changes of boundary may have taken place since Sir 
John Malcolm made hia enumeration in 1820, atill the resutta are interesting. 

RELIGIONS OF THE PEOPLE. 

(9). General. — Of the State population 79 per cent, are Animists. . 

Mahitpur has the largest proportion of Hindus, 91 per cent. 

Rampura has moat Jains, 3 per cent., Indore most Mahomedans, 11 per cent., and 
Khargon most Animists, 23 per cent. 

The Natural Division figures shew that there are 11 times as many Aniraists in 
the Hilly as in the Plateau region. 

(10). Variation. — Owing to the difference in classification adopted at different 
enumerations it is only possible to compare Animists and Hindus combined. 

There has been a fall of 24 per cent, among them. Jains shew a fall of 5 per 
cent., Mahomedans of 10 per cent- The total population shews a fall of 22 per cent. 

AGE, SEX AND CIVIL CONDITION. 

(11). Proportion of the sexes. — There are 945 women to 1,000 men in Indore 
Htale. 

The Lowlying tracts shew most females, Nemawar district in which there are 
many Animists shews most, 990 females to 1,000 males, while Mahitpur shews 
least, 931. 

The preponderance of males in Indore city is marked. 

There is a general e^tcess of females in the State. 

All the natural divisions shew an excess of females, in all districts. The city 
shews defect. 

(12). Civil Condition.— The late marriage age among the tribes is shewn by the 
Natural Division figures, only 3 per cent, of girls between 0—10 being married in the 
Hilly tracts to 7 per cent, in the Plateau and 8 per cent, in the Lowlying country. 

There are 978 wives to 1,000 husbands in the State, but in the city it falls to 
951, due no doubt to men seeking work there who have left their families behind. 
The Plateau figure is highest in this case. 

Among religions the Animists come first, save for an extraordinary return fop 
Jains in the Lowlying tract (Alampur peruana), which 1 cannot understand. 



(13.) Literacy.— In the whole state there are 8'9 per cent, literate males and 04 per 
cent, females. 

The Natural divisions shew marked differences. The Plateau, which includes Indore 
city, Mhow Cantonment and iho A. Q. G.'s Camp within its area has a very high figora 
10'7 per cent, while the Lowljing shews only 4'6 per cent, 

The district figures I do not understand as the most jungly has the highest retnr n, 
Bhanpura shewing 7 per cent. 

(14) JUeans of Education.— The Means of education in the Indore City.— 

1. The Holkar College, up to B. A. 

2. The Engincorinf; School. 

3. The Indoro English Madrassa, up to Entrance. 



4 The Military School, np to Entrance. 

5 The City Girl School, Marathi and Urdu, . 

6 Marathi Schools, up to Sth Standard, (4). 

7 Hindi Schools, np to Sth Standard, (3). 

8 Sanskrit Schools teaching (1) Vedashdstra, (2) Vy^karna. 

9 Urdu Schools, up to Sth Standard, (2). 

10 Miscellaneous Schools teaching, Sanskrit, Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, and 
English, up to 4th Standard (12). 

The following are the Schools in the perganai. — 

1. Marathi Schools teaching up to Sth Standard, (4). 

Do. 4th „ (5). 

Do. 3rd „ (6), 

2. Sanskrit Schools teaching Vedash&stra and Vydkarna at Maheshwar, 
Ehargon, Mahitpur, Manasa, Bhanpura, and Garoth. 

S. Hindi Schools teaching up to Sth standard, (2). 

Do. 4th (4). 

Do. Srd (8). 

4. Urdu Do. 4th (6). 

Miscellaneous ( 10)- 

5. Private Schools teaching Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, only hand-writing, etc., (29.) 

LANGUAGE. 

(15). Oeneral.^-The prevailing tongues in Indore State are Bhilali, some 1,200 speaking 
it, Gondi-Malwi 31,000, Marathi 18,000, Marwari 10,000 and Gnjarathi 6,000. Hindi and 

Urdu are of course found. 

CASTE. 

(16). A table comparing the castes of 1881 and 1901 is given. It explains itself. 

The castes returned by Indore State alone are Shimpi (Tailor), Farwari, Manbhao 
(religious sect) Komti and Badigar, (bazigar). 

OCCUPATION. 
(17). Oscupations predominant in Indore State are :— 

Agriculture, Opium Grocers and Manufacturers, Cotton Weavers, Spinners by band, 
Wholesale Merchants in Grain, Cotton, Clotb, Opium, Spices, etc. 



Centos of Indore State 1901. 



8 

SOBSIDIARY TABLE V. 
Variation in Relation to Density since 1872. 



Natural Divisioks, Districts and Cities. 



Indore Cit^ 
Districts^ 

BhaDpura 

Indore 

Khargone 

Mahitpur 

Mandleshwar 

Nemawar 

Rampura 



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Haiy Tracts 



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••• 



^k.*. 



• •• 



Percentage of variation 
Increase (+) or Decrease ( — ) 



1891 

to 

1901. 



1881 

to 

1991. 



+ 5-6 



+10O 



— 44*7 

— 91 

— 9-8 

— 28-8 

— 160 I 

— 202 J 

— 46-9 ' 

I 
I 

— 22-6 + 4-2 



1872 

to 

1881. 



••• 



27-3 

1-9 

16-9 



I 



••« 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



Net vari- 
ation in 
neriod 
1872:1901 



••• 



Mean Density of population per sqnare 

mile. 



1901. 



6 



16,589 



89-5 



112-2 

454-7 

67-8 



1891. 



Ii6088 



80-8 


144-3 


1071 


125-4 


47-94 


52*6 


109-3 


137-0 


1171 


143-5 


82-8 


104-4 


64-9 


122-3 



115-6 



164-4 

477-2 

80-8 



1881. 



8 



18,709 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VL 
General Distribution of Population by Religion. 



••• 



••• 



110.9 



1872. 



••• 





1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of varia- 
tion Increase (-f) or 
Decrease ( — ). 


• 


















Net variation 


KELIGION. 


1 

iCumben 

1 


Proportion 

per 

10,000. 


Numbes. 

•- 


Proportion 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 


Proportion 

per 

10,000. 


1891 to 
1901. 


1881 to 
1891. 


1881 to 1901. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 

1 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Hindu ••• ••• 


673,107 


7,912 


762,939 


6,936 


829,675 


8,468 


t 

— 11-77 


— 14-53 


— 219,568 


AniBkiats 


94,047 


1,106 


••• 


• .• 


••• 


... 


•.. 


• •• 


•.• 


Total Hindu & Animists ... 


767,164 


9,018 


1,008,926 


9,172 


979,065 


9,287 


— 23-95 


— 305 


— 211,911 


Jains ••• ••• *«* 


14,265 


167 


13,472 


122 


1,645 


16 


+ 5-81 


4- 718-96 


+ 12,610 


Musalmans ... ... •<• 


68,867 


810 


77,069 


701 


72,747 


690 1 — 10-64 


+ 5-94 


3,888^ 


Others ••• — •«• 


414 


5 


523 


5 


780 


7 


— 20-84 


— 32-95 


— 366 


All BeUgion 


850,690 


10,000 


1,099,090 


10,000 


1,064,237 


10,000 


— 82-66 


4- 4*88 


—208,647 



II of IndoK Sute 1901. 



SUBSIDIAHT TABLE III. 

Distribution of the PopulatioD between Towns and Villages. 



^^^^" rt™TaTnN(* .Mn 


Average popula- 
tion. 


Percentage of 


towns of— 


Percentage of rural population in 
viUagea of — 


^^P DiaTBECTS. 


Per 

Town. 


Per 

village. 


Town. 


Village. 


20,000 
and 


10.000 
to 20,000 


6,000 to 
10.000. 


Under 
16,000, 


5,000 and 


2,000 to 
D.OOO. 


600 to 
2,000. 


Under 
500. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


' 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


Districta- 

Bhanpur* ... 

Indore 

Khargone 

Mihitpur 
Man<Ueshwar... 
Nemawar 
Bainpufu 

Indore State ... 

Natural Divisions— 

PUteoii 

Lowl>ing Tracts 
Hilly Tracts ... 


4,117 

44,673 
7,624 
6,586 
6,472 

6,431 
lS,i3l 

15,209 

6,856 


183 
258 
220 
187 
2-24 
252 
119 

aio 

196 
6*3 
222 


902 
3511 
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 
lOO'O 
941 


go'ei! 

6063 

70-8 


... 


1 66-0 

69-79 
lOO'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. 
House Room. 



^^^B TiiTDBAL DcvisiOKS. Districts and Citjem. 


Average number of 
per House. 


persona 


Average number of Bouses 
per Bqoiire mile. 


■ 


1901. 


189 1. 


1881. 


1901. 1891. 


1881. 


F 


2 


3 


4 


6. 


e 


7 


Indore City 


43 


4 


... 


344 -e 


2868-8 




Districts- 














^^v Bhonpura 


4-6 


6-2 


... 


17-3 


27- S 




^B ^°^°^ - ^° 


43 


4-8 




S4'6 


270 




^^H Ehargone 


6-3 


El 




8-9 


9-4 




^^^P Uahitpnr 


4-6 


4-8 




235 


298 




^B_ Uandleehwar i... 


4-8 


5-3 




197 


26-9 




^H H«m.w.r 


49 


4-6 




16-8 


22-6 




^^S'l-P'" 


3-8 


4-4 




16-7 


273 




^^H 


4-7 


48 


5'4 


188 


23-7 




1 Katnral Divialons— 














^^ Plateau 


4-3 


4-8 




256 


32-0 




^^^P Lowlying TrRcts ... 


67 


4-5 




792 


103-1 




^^m Hilly Tracts 


63 


6-0 




12-6 


15-9 





CeD8U8 of Indore State 1901. 



10 
SUBSIDIARY TABLE X. 



General proportion of the sexes, by Natural DivisionS| Districts and Cities. 



Natural Division, District or City. 



1901 



Females lo 1,000 Males. 



1891 



1881 



1872 



Indore CSity 
Districts— 

Bhanpura 

Indore (excluding City) 

Khargone 

Mahitpar 

Mandleshwar 

Kemawar 



••• 



Bampura 



••• 



Natural Divisioxis— 

Plateau 

Lowlying Tracts 
Hilly Tracts 



••• 



••• 



•#• 



Total 



••■ 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



•»• 



••• 



878 



933 
944 
940 
931 
947 
990 
937 

946 



938 
967 
9d4 



781 



•••••• 



908 



817 



884 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE XL 
Actual excess or defect of Females by Natural Divisions and Districts 



Natural Divisions, Districts or Citt. 



NuMRBR of Females in Ezciss (-f) or in Depict ( — ). 



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? Slate 1001. 



11 



SUDSIDIAHY TABLE XII. 
Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex for Natural Divisions acd Districts. 



Natueal Divisions and DisTatcrs. 



1 r*ATUEA 

m 



CIVIL LOXDITiOX OF lU.OUO MALHS. 



At all AoEii. 



4 I 



Districts— 

Bhanpura 
Incloru 
Khargone 
I Mahituiir 

I NemAWdr 

I Natu 



Natural DItIsIobs— 



Plateau 

Lonlying Tricta .. 
Hilly Tr»cla 



1,444 
i,- 31 
4,30U 
4,:iti5 
l,ri44 
4,4'Jl 
4,u67 



2,8t!I 


5,St2 


1,327 


623 


a.iiou 


e.iJTl 


CG9 


622 


2,3S3 


i;.8S5 


761 


412 


a,677 


»,3i)S 


957 


717 


2,480 


O.B56 


6b5 


472 


2.7 JO 


(i,431 


8-^ 


hiH 


a.w 


5,716 


1,717 


1104 


2.614 


6,4 B7 


889 


666 


2,CH1 


i;,3i3 


093 




i,-la 


7.:!33 


9H1 


'Hi 


2.631> 


«,72y 


73ii 


450 


a.soo 6,eB6 

1 


639 


768 



7,206 
7,u04 
7,tii>9 
7.147 
7,4'n 
7.300 
6,030 



2,271 

1,H74 

1,92U 
2,li(6 

2,067 
2.161 

2.4fl6 



2,nC8 
2..'<18 
2.000 



Kharj^uno 
Mahit^ur 

Mamllesliwur 






L Divisions and Districts. 



Indore Total 



I Natural Divisions— 
Plateflti 
Luwiying Trac-W ... 
Hilly Tm-w 



r Indore 



CIVIL CONDITION OF 10,000 PEMALLS. 



At all AiiES. 



2,ti6T 

3.>fi:i 

If 3!I4 
3.205 

3,Hi(t 
2,353 



9.341 6.668 2.091 9,491 



' I 



5,515 4,18U 
3.780 5,i;t7 
r,,r,il ' 4.251 



34 4,768 6,049 



4f;3 


331 


:(i!i 




'.W> 


474 


tU.! 


y76 


iiiH 


491 


■■211 


7-Jl 


630 


3HU 


378 


403 


tm 


2SH 


:iW9 


1,HB4 


243 


613 


183 


240 



3 D.693 



12a 6.270 

lu \ 3,i;(w 



0,9» 
.1,l!<'i8 
6,22(5 
114 |3,896 M8S 



Censns of Indore State 1901. 



12 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE Xllt. 



Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religion ind NWtirtd !Division!». 



Natural Divisions ok Groitp ok Districts. 



Number of Married Females per 1,000 Married Males. 



All Religion. 



Hindu. 



Jain. 



Plateau 

l^wlying Tracts 
Hilly Tracts 


••• •.• 
.• • ... 
••• •• • 


••• 
•• • 
... 


983 
891 
967 


982 
853 
966 


937 

2,000 

965 


992 
953 
941 


1,024 
1,420 

979 




Indore Total 


•.• . 


978 


972 


^5 


976 


994 


Indore City ... 


••• .. ■ 


••• 


051 


964 


851 


967 


668 



Musalman. 



Animiats. 



6 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE XIV. 
Education by Age, Sexes and Natural Divisions. 



Natural Divuions, Districts and City. 



Indore City 
Districts— 

Bhanpura 

Indore 

Kbargone 

Mahitpuri 

Mandleshwar 

Nemawar 

Rampura 

indore State 
Natural Divisions- 
Plateau ... 

Lowlying Tracts 
Haiy Tracts 






•* . 
••• 



••• 



••• 
... 



LITERATE PER 1,000. 



At all ages. 



Males. 



2 



Females. 



0—10. 



Males. 



Females. 



10—15. 



Males. 



Females. 



16—20. 



Males. 



8 



Females. 



-20 and over. 



Males. 



10 



Females. 



• •. 


284-9 


111*4 


47-4 


8-6 




790*0 


•59 


^•01 


•21 




6oa 


•9 


61 


•2 




56-9 


•3 


84 


•1 




491 


•4 


42 


•2 




66*9 


•79 


8*5 


•2 




65*0 


... 


5-7 


•*• 




99-7 


23 


23-3 


•19 


• a. 


S99 


4i4 


112 


•4 


• .. 


107-6 


26 


14-5 


•7 


• .. 


46- 


••• 


136 


•.. 


. • . 


64-6 


•5 


87 


1 



266 



61*2 
32*4 
418 
320 
222 
637 
669 

63-2 



74^7 
351 
491 



17*2 



•59 
•4 
-4 

•*. 
•89 

... 
•98 

19 



29 



3614 


17-4 


6371 


84^ 


•83 


103-1 


57-8 


•9 


87-3 


70-8 


-7 


74-9 


549 


«.. 


67-3 


86-6 


•53 


93-3 


79* 


*•• 


890 


104-5 


4 


1280 


101.6 


2-4 


119-2 


117 


3-4 


142 


32-2 


..• 


62-6 


83*3 


•5 


877 



II 



11*8 



•66 

11 

•4 

•6 

109 

•07 

2-9 

201 



31 



••* 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE XV. 
Variation in Caste, Tribe or Race since 1881. 



Caste, Tribe or Race. 



Persons. 



1901. 



Brahman 


••• 


••• 




Rajput 


••• 


••• 




Ahir 


• . . 


... 




Balai 


... 


••• 




Bania 


... 


• •• 




Chamar 


. *• 


•• • 




Gujtr, 


... 


... 


• • • • 


Kacohi 


••• 


•*» 




Kimbi 


..• 


••• 




Teli 


•.« 


••• 




t 




State Total 



... 
... 

.. • 
... 

•.• 

... 

... 
• •• 



71,063 
57,014 
19,571 
61,087 
28,211 
33,526 
28,807 
10,029 
17,701 
12,904 

8,39,913 



1881. 



78,750 
93,768 
21,243 
85,378 
46,940 
42,945 
36,053 
9,655 
25,451 
16,691 

464.774 



Percentage of 

Variation — 

Increase (+) 

Decrease ( — ). 



— 98 

— 390 

— 7-9 

— 300 

— 416 

— 21 3 

— 21'5 
+ 4-8 

— 31*9 

— 171 

— 26-2 



Net Variation — 
Increase (+) 
Decrease ( — ). 



— 7,687 

— 36,754 

— 1,672 

— 24,291 

— >7,729 

— 9,419 

— 7,246 
+ 474 

— 7,760 

— 2,787 

— 114,861 



IMore State Tables. 



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TABLE 


^r Indore State. 


1 




Variation in population, occupiei 




Towns and Villages 


Occupied Housks. 






Totiil. 




Variation. 


.2 




Total. 


Variatign of T01 


Name oy Pkrgana. 
























1891 


1820 




1901. 


1891. 




1891 


183( 


w 


1901. 


1891. 


1820. 


to 
IDOL 


1891. 


■a" 








1820. 


to 
1901. 


to 
1891 


Total. 


Urban. 


Rural. 


Total. 


Urban, 


Rural. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


10 


17 


1 Bhanpura ZUla, 


476 


49S 


... 


— 19 




... 


20,614 


1,867 


18,667 


32,803 


2,202 


30,601 




-12,289 


1 


1 Bhanpura 


77 


S83 


49 


— C 


+ 34 


+ 28 


4.30S 


963 


3,345 


7,706 


1,226 


6,479 


3,273 


- 3,397 


n 


i (iuroUi 


109 


111 




- 2 






3,680 




3,880 


8,882 




8,882 




— 5,002 




3 Jirapur 


Its 


114 


tU 


+ 1 


+'60 


+"54 


3,614 




3,614 


3,180 




3,180 


2,66S 


+ 434 


■h S 


\ Kothudi 


44 


48 




— 4 






2,133 




2,133 


4,135 




4.136 




- 2,002 




G Muthnlpur 


73 


78 


"k 


- 6 


+ 23 


+"17 


3,469 




3,469 


3,867 




3,667 


2,S70 


- 198 


+ 1,3 


6 SatkheJa 


2Q 


30 




— 4 






1,013 




1,013 


2,132 




2,132 




- 1,119 




7 SuDel 


S7 


29 


26 


— 2 


+""3 


+"'1 


1,627 


891 


633 


2,224 


976 


l,:t48 


2,OG6 


- 697 


+ " 


B Talen 


2 


■1 










670 


... 


570 


878 




878 




- 308 




2 Indore Zilla ... 


641 


648 




— 7 






68,376 


19,783 


38,698 


S8.969 


6,669 


48,300 




- 684 


1 


1 Betiim 


4a 


45 


42 


+ 1 


+ 3 


+ 4 


3,195 




3.495 


2.686 




2.686 


2,031 


f 909 
4- l.lOi 


■^ 


2 Depulpur 

3 Haraok 


123 


132 


139 


- 9 


— 7 


— 16 


9.290 


804 


8.486 


8.189 


913 


7.276 


8,524 


- s 


39 


36 




-1- 3 






3.348 




3,346 


4,267 




4,257 




- 90H 




4 Hasalpur 


31 


27 


"i? 


T ' 


+"io 


+"17 


1.846 




1,846 


1,505 




1,506 


688 


+ 341 


+ i'i 


5 Uatod 


54 


60 




4- 4 






3,306 




3,206 


fl.8l6 




6,816 




- 2,610 




6 Indore City .„ 


1 


1 


""l 








18,979 


18,979 




15,740 


15;746 




4,235 


■H 3,233 


+ii!i 


7 Indore Pergana, 


80 


71 


185 


+ "8 


—114 


-io5 


3,948 




3,948 


4,401 




4.461 


13,069 


- 453 


- «.6 


8 Khudel 


6S 


71 




— 3 






3,143 




3,143 


4,043 




4,043 




- 900 




9 Mhow 


59 


70 




- 11 






4,059 




4,059 


4.819 




4319 


... 


- 763 




10 Petkivad 


45 


65 




— 10 






1.G68 




1.666 


1^,353 




2,353 




- 687 




11 Sawer 


92 


90 


108 


+ 2 


—"is 


-"ie 


6,395 


•" 


5,396 


5,214 




5,244 


5,699 


f 151 


- a 


3 Kliargone Zilla 


681 


eoi 




-20 




... 


26,310 


1,888 


23,497 


28,767 


2,123 


26,644 




- 3,448 


.„ 


I Balakwada ... 


38 


4B 




— 10 


... 


... 


1.074 


... 


1,074 


l,iJ21 




1,521 




- 447 




a Barud 


16 


20 










1,46S 




1,456 


2,0GI 




2,061 




- 605 




3 Bnswa(Sanawad) 


Ml 


69 




— 18 






3,526 




3,626 


3,B75 




3.675 




— 149 




4 Wiicanguon 


125 


108 


15 


+ 17 


-"93 


•110 


3,691 




3,691 


3,669 




3,669 


42G 


+ 138 


+ 3a 


5 Kltargono 


59 


60 


56 


— 1 


- 4 


- 3 


4,728 


1,822 


2,906 


6,028 


2,123 


3,906 


4,273 


-- 1,300 


■l,7i 


6 Khudgdon 


35 


53 


8 


- 18 


• 46 


- 27 


1,439 




1,439 


1,850 




1,850 


167 


U '411 


■1,6( 


7 Mnliomadpur ... 

8 N4galwadi ... 


33 


45 


2' 


— 6 


■ 18 


- 12 


2,814 




2,814 


3,2:>3 




3,293 


1,230 


- 479 


■2,0< 


147 


!<9 


G 


+ 48 


- 93 


+141 


3,278 




3,279 


2.347 




2,347 


268 


f 932 


-2,0 


9 Oon 


01 


83 


13 


— 19 


- 70 


+ 61 


2,955 




2.955 


3,902 




3,909 


421 


^ 954 


- 3,4 


10 SUu Nandri ... 


17 


26 




— 9 


" 




367 




367 


514 




514 




- 157 


1 


4 MahitpuT zma 


434i 


4a9i 




+ 6 






19,782 


2,699 


17,083 


28.066 


3.146 


21,910 




- 6,274 


1 


1 Jagoti 


19 


22 




— 3 






1,557 




1.557 


753 




758 




+ 79J 




3 Kayathi 


25 


1.22 


"22 


+ ? 




-i-'"3 


1,591 




1,594 


1,707 




J.707 


1,461 


- II3 


+ 24 


■i Maliitpur 


132 




213 


— 1 


-"so 


- 81 


b,12S 


1,632 


4.106 


7,81>n 


1,933 


5.903 


3,876 


-2.158^ 


■-4,0 


4 Taraoa 


136 


153 


141 


t I 


+ 12 


+ 16 


6,657 


l,0G7 


5,590 


8.682 


1,213 


7,469 


G.577 


- 2,025 


+ 8.1 


5 Suuderai 


m 


n 


11 


+ 3 


- 2 


■»- 1 


965 




965 


722 




722 


1,383 


+ 243 


— 6( 


ti Zarda 


90 


90 










3,271 




3,271 


6,291 




5,291 




~ 2,02 




o MandlGsliwar 






























1 


zma 


4B7 


S43 




- 56 






20,674 


8,788 


17,906 


38,260 


3,143 


26,117 


... 


7,686 


V 


1 Barwaha 


144 


136 




— 12 




... 


5,609 


88G 


4,723 


5,9G6 


912 


6,054 




- 357 




2 Brttlimangaon ... 


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.' MahCBbwat ... 


86 


106 


... 


— ao 






6,431 


1,882 


4,549 


8,326 


2,231 


6,094 




+ 1,891 




6 Nemavar Zilla 


363 


390 


... 


-as 






18.441 




18,441 


24,742 




24.742 




- 6.301 


1 


1 Alampur 


26 


25 










2,914 




2,914 


3,791 




3.791 




- 877 


M 


2 Ilaningaon 





39 


'16 


+"*i 


+"2:1 


+ "24 


1,3C3 




l,3(i3 


1,763 




1,763 


.M4 


- 400 


i+i.» 


3 Kathaphod 


43 


47 


30 


— 4 


+ 17 


+ 13 


1,8.>7 




1,857 


2,713 




2,713 


2.187 


- 851 


t. !: 


4 Nemawar 


79 




24 


— 4 


-- 59 


+ .55 


4,272 




4.272 


5,763 




5,763 


1.08.1 


- 1.491 


..<,« 


5 lUjor 


98 


109 


24 


- n 


+ 85 


+ li 


4,51:3 




4,505 


6.932 




6,932 


2,384 


- 1367 


I& 


G Satvas 


77 


87 




— 10 






AMO 




3,470 1 4,780 




4,780 




- 1,316 


n 


^^ 


■ 


■ 






1 



^H 




^^^1 


■ 


^H^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BAuii> ot iDdon Suta^^l 


11- 








^^^B 1 


Houses and Families since 1820. 






Families. 


PoruLATio.s-, 


J 




Tuta 




i 




ToUl. 


Viiriuliun. 


.S 








li 
1- 








11 


Name oc PebUM 




1901. 












1891 


1820 








1820. 


1901. 


1891. 


isao. 


1901, 


to 
1891. 


Ss'^ 


m 


Total. 


Urban 


Rural. 


i " 


' 19 


20 


21 


22 


S3 


24 


25 


3G 




28 


29 


32,8SS 


2,063 


20,759 






96,267 


171,267 




— 76,000 






Bhaspara ZUla^ 


4.738 


1,060 


3,669 


3,273 


+ 1,466 


16,466 


40,681 


13,406 


— 24,215 


4-27,276 


4. 3,060 


Bhuopum, 


4,^28 




'1,328 






16,889 


37,151 




— 20,263 






G«rot!i. 


3,»76 




3,y75 






17,847 


24,281 


13,073 


— 6,434 


4.U,'2b8 


4- 6',774 


Jiriipur. 


2,498 




2,499 






10,254 


17,713 




— 7,459 






Kotlmdi. 


8,«!6 




3,815 


3,270 


+ ;,si6 


17.424 


20,767 


12,161 


— S,343 


■{• 8,m 


4. 5,263 


MacLalpur. 


1,114 




1,114 






7,502 


15,474 




- 7,972 






HfttkhcUa. 


i.s-^s 


■994 


83:> 


3,065 


- 239 


6,493 


11,004 


8,471 


— 4,611 


+ 2;633 


- 1,978 


Sunet. 


627 




627 






2,392 


4,196 




— 1,804 






TuicB, 


70,218 


27,429 


42,789 


... 




264,423 


279,015 


... 


— 25,402 






Indore Zilla. 


3,S17 




3,817 


20,31 


+ 1,786 


10,526 


11,730 


7,617 


- 1,204 


4- 4.113: 


4-2,009 


Belma. 


9,715 


"910 


8,806 


8,524 


+ 1,191 


39,672 


40,220 


34,310 


— 648 


f 6,910 


4- 5,362 


Depalpur. 


3,669 




S,669 






13,672 


17,843 




— 4,170 


... 




IlBrsoIiJ. 


8,123 




a,i22 


688 




8,473 


7,183 


2;538 


+ 1,291 


+ 4,644 


4- 5.935 


JIasalpur. 


3,G04 




3,504 






13.174 


25,399 




— 12,253 






Hatod. 


26,519 


26,619 




2.236 


+24,'2«< 


86,244 


82,981 


63,'6'60 


+ 3,260 


4-19,424 


+22',684 


Indore City. 


4,S21 


... 


4>21 


13,08'.' 


- 8,8«8 


16,878 


31,600 


11,461 


— 4.628 


-19,956 


—24,583 


lodoro PergauB. 


3,477 




3,477 






13,236 


17,171 




— 3,935 






lOiudel. 


6,476 




6,476 






18,847 


21,511 




— 2,664 






MIiow. 


1.9 J 6 




1,915 






9,022 


11,913 




— 2,891 






Petlawad. 


6,783 




5,783 


5,599 


f iSl 


24,679 


22,467 


^2,864 


+ 2,222 


- 407 


4- 1,815 


S«wer. 


27,623 


2,103 


26,620 






136,389 


148,746 




— 13,366 






Ehargone ZiUa. 


1,119 




J, 119 






6,705 


7,452 




— 1,747 


... 




Bnlakwida. 


1,601 




1,601 






6.609 


8,810 


'.'.'. 


- 2,201 






Bitrud. 


3,879 




3,879 




... 


22,672 


19,367 




+ 3,305 






BaHwa. 


3,917 




3,917 


426 


4- 3,491 


19,064 


19,405 


1,649 


- 361 


- -1.7756 


4-!7,"40! 


Bhicangnon. 


, _ 5,f43 


2,103 


3,140 


4,273 


-- 970 


23,259 


27,931 


19,092 


— 4,692 


- - 8.839 


- - 4,147 


Khargone. 


■■_ 1,688 




1,588 


167 


-1- 1.431 


7,039 


9,411 


565 


— 2,403 


- - 8,876 


. - 6,374 




^B 3,07S 




3,076 


1,230 


+ 1,846 


13,417 


17,264 


5,320 


— 3,847 


■ -11,944 


. ■ 8,097 




^^M 3,631 




3,631 


268 


+ 3,363 
-f a, 749 


20,518 


16,916 


965 


4. 4,603 


- -14950 


- -19,563 


Nagalwadi. 


^B 




3.1d5 


416 


15,306 


20.278 


1,710 


- 4,972 


-18,568 


- -13,596 


Oon. 


^^1 406 




405 






1,830 


2,882 




— 1,052 






Silu Nondri. 


^B £1,788 


2,890 


18,798 






81,867 


1,20,689 




— 28,832 




... 


Uahitpnr ZUUt 


^H 




1,512 






7,761 


3,497 




+ 4,254 






Jugoti. 


^H 




1763 


1,461 


+ 292 


7.253 


8,402 


6,618 


- 1,149 


4- 1^84 


4- "636 


Kiiyatha. 


^H 6.311 


l',71l5 


4,516 


10,444 


-4,183 


27.032 


38,306 


44,101 


— 11,374 


- 5.795 


— 17,06'J 


MHhitpur. 


^K 7.322 


1,195 


6,127 


6,577 


+ 745 


29.617 


41,909 


26.176 


— 12,393 


4-16,7.13 


-1-3,441 


IVsna. 


^^m 1,092 




1,092 


1.38 


— 291 


3,687 


3,761 


5,416 


— 174, 


- 1,655 


- 1,829 


Sundorfli. ' 


^B 9,698 


... 


3,598 




... 


16,617 


24,814 




- 8,197 






Zurdn. 


W S3,a07 


3,136 


20,071 


... 




l,Sl,721 


1,50,415 




— 28,694 






Mandleshwar Zill^ 


B| .6,283 


974 


5,289 






30,083 


30,187 




— 104 






Bnrwahi. ^h 


1 i.ios 




1,109 


'us 


+ 063 


6,282 


7,685 


527 


— 1.403 


-!-7,'l58 


4-''. 766 


Brahmangaon. ^H 


B_ *'5" 




4,674 






24,233 


37,830 




^13,588 






Chikhalda. ^M 


^^ 8,e03 




a,603 


586 


2,017 


25,604 


3A636 


2,307 


~ 7,022 


-|-30'319 


-^23,297 


Dliargaon. ^^M 


^B ^'^^ 




1,247 






6.089 


7,685 




— 1.596 








^H 7,411 


8,162 


5,249 






29,431 


34,412 


- 


— 4,981 






Maht:»)Lwar. ^M 


^^V 81,464 




21,454 






91,279 


1,14,401 




— 23,122 






Nemawar Zilla.^^ 


n^ 3.135 




ZA-25 






16.711 


17,038 


... 


— 327 




... 


^1 


f H 1.4M 




1.4y9 


514 


4-985 


5,973 


9,209 


1,967 


-3,230 


+ 7,253 


4-4,016 
-- 13 


Huraagaon. ^H 


1 1,93!> 




1.939 


2,187 


— 248 


8.713 


12.348 


6,700 


- 3,635 


T- 3,648 

4-23,112 


Kathaphad. ^H 


L L 5,273 




5.273 


1,083 


4-4.190 
■i- 2,4,17 


2n,l22 


27.609 


4.497 


- 7,187 


- .15,925 
4-13,158 


Nciimwar. ^^M 


U^^^ 4,801 




4,801 


2,381 


21. (.96 


S'J,653 


9.638 


_ 7,957 


4-20,115 


^m 


^^H 4,617 




4.617 






17,764 


18,544 




— 780 






^H 


^^^^B^ -^H 



^^Km oI lodote State l^l^^^^^^^^^^^^l 


WI^^K^i^^^^U 


W ^^^B 


TABLE 


■•f^ore 5((7(c 


Variation in popolation, occupied 




Towns and Villages. 


OccPPiED noirsiis. 




Total. 


Variation. 


.2 


Total. 


Variation of Total: 


N*« OF PEEatNA. 






II 
.2 o 











1891 


1820 


19G1. 


1891. 




1891 


1820 


P 


1901. 


1891. 1830. 


i.901. 


1891. 


ii 






1830. 


to 
1901. 


to 
1891. 


Total. 


Urban. 


Itural. 


Total, |Crb8n. 


Rural. 




2 


3 4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 13 


IS 


14 


16 


16 


7 Rampura Zllla 


397 


414 




-17 






io,«sa 


3,366 


12,886 


26,617 


4,434 


81,183 




- 9,966 




1 Antri 


37 


28 




- I 




.- 


»29 




929 


1,721 




1,721 


... 


— 7921 

— i.aod 


2 ChaudwsBa ... 


41 


45 




— 4 






1,828 




1,228 


2,426 




2,428 




3 Kbndawadit ... 


38 


39 




- 1 






1,149 




1,149 


2,476 




S,47G 




— ].3?7 


4 ManaM 


&9 


9(f 




- 7 






4,311 


1,200 


3,111 


6,723 


1,413 


6,310 




- 2,413 

- 1,214 + 809 

- 646 


5 Nandwai 


2fl 


31 


83 


- 3 


+ 8 


1- 6 


596 




595 


1.809 




1,809 


430 


fi Narayangad ... 


61 


64 


49 


L- 3 


+ 15 


f-13 


3.878 




B.879 


3,42B 




3,425 




7 Rarapuni 


113 


111 


364 


+ 1 


-253 


-268 


4,661 


2,166 


a,395 


7.035 


so.'ai 


4,011 


is'.'ssi 


- 2,474 


■— 11,21« 


rotal Indore State 


3,3791 


3 620 J 


... 


-141 




... 


178,767 


33,306 


146,463 


224,204 


31,707 


188,497 




—45,447 




iMitribalion 6.v Poli 
































tical Chargei. 
































Indore Reaidency ... 


5fi3 


5G5 


... 








54,923 


19,783 


35,140 


55,101 


16,669 


38,442 




— 178 




Bhopal Agency ... 


5,421 


&68| 










24,146 




24,145 


29,398 




29,398 




- 6,268 




Bhopawar Agency 
Bundelkhaod 


1,147 
26 


1,2^6 
S6 










49.445 
3,9J4 


4,590 


44,855 
2,914 


60,885 
3,791 


5,268 


65,619 

3.7U1 




-11.440 




- 877 


Malwa 


1,073 


1,104 










46,736 


7,932 


38,813 


73,230 


9,782 


63,438 




-2B,486 




Mewar „ ... 


39 


31 










696 




595 


1,80? 




1,809 




- 1,214 




w 


TABLE 


Tndore State. 


Towns and Villages 


^ 




Total 






Under 500. 


500,-1,000. 


1,000— S,©00. 


1 




Number of 
inhabited 
























K 


Nam of Peikiaiia- 


TowDH and 


Po 


palatiOD. 














Is 




Villflgea. 






Number. 


PopulatioD 


Number. 


PoputatioD 


Number. 


Population 




1 


3 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


S 


9 




BbajipiiraZiUa 


476 




95,Sfi7 


442 


63,743 


83 


I6,66S 


6 


e,eoB 


, 


BhaDpur* 


77 




I6,46G 


71 


7,137 


4 


2,739 


1 


1,661 


2 


109 




16,889 


104 


10,5.S3 


4 


2,000 








Kotliadi !.. 


118 




17,847 


114 


12.918 


3 


1,875 








44 




10,254 


41 


6,678 






3 


*S,'676 




Machfllpur 
SalkbeilA 


73 




17,424 


65 


9,568 


7 


'4,862 








!6 




7,503 


20 


2,848 


6 


3,282 


1 


i.378 




Sonel 


27 




6,493 


28 


^'?^S 












Talen 


•2 




3,392 


1 


229 












Indore ZiUa. 


641 




264,483 


682 


101.868 


36 


24,218 


14 


18,327 


1 
2 
3 

4 
5 


B tma 


46 




10.5l>6 


44 


7.382 


I 


502 






Depalpur 
Haraola 


123 




39,67; 


109 


14,179 


11 


8,038 


I 


'i"B82 


39 




ja,b72 


32 


5,0H0 


3 


2,336 


3 


4,217 


HnsHlpnr 
Oalod 


31 




8,473 


31 


6.110 


2 


1,148 






54 




13,174 


62 


9,909 


I 


695 


... 




6 
7 
8 
9 
XO 
U 


Indore City 

Indore Pcrgona ... 

Shudel 

Mhow 

Petlawad 

Sawer 


1 

8( 




86,241 
16,818 


*" 74 


isf'ois 


5 


'h'.b^S 


I 


TSM 






13,236 


63 


9.0S7 


4 


2,674 


1 


1,476 


59 




18,847 


48 


7,ri96 


6 


3,085 


6 


6,293 


46 




9,022 
24,679 


43 

86 


4.MI 
17,1U5 


I 
3 


910 
1,292 


3 


3;439 


^^^^^ ^^^^ « 



uoflDAcMButalM]. 



Ih^Oontinued.) 

HoaW^ and Families since 1820. 



Familikb. 


POPULATIOW. 




Total. 


1 

.3 

11 


Total. 


Variation. 


.2 

Is 

Is 

ii 




IWl. 


1820. 


1901. 


1891. 


1820. 


1891 
1901. 


1820 
to 

1891. 


NUIEOI' pEBOiMi. 


ToUil. 


Urban. 


Eural. 




17 


18 


ig 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 




17,218 

1,021 
1,350 
1,283 
4,742 
670 
3,15G 
5,016 

£04,330 

66,181 
27,538 
54,887 
3,435 
51,649 
670 


3.721 

1.'339 
2,382 

41,442 

27,429 
5,239 
8,774 


13.497 

1,021 
1.360 
1,263 
3.403 
670 
3.156 
2,634 

168,888 

38,752 
27,638 
49.628 
3.425 

42.875 
670 


130 
18;26l 


+ si'o 

— 13*1'35 


80,764 

3,i49 
5,611 
5,017 
16,616 

2.404 
10,124 
18,233 

8,60,600 

3,36,938 
1,16,818 
2,^4,605 

16,711 

2,04,224 

2,404 


[,14,638 

8,067 
12,074 
12,897 
37,287 

5,840 
18.336 
30,057 

1,098,090 

2,83,989 
1,51,913 
3,06,814 
17,056 
3,56,378 
5,840 


1,938 
12,677 
73,489 


— 63,804 

— 4,818 

— 6,463 

— 7,880 

— 11,171 

— 3,436 

— 8,212 

— 11,824 

— 249,300 

— 26,061 

— 36,095 

— 32,a09 

— 346 

— 1,51,164 

— 3,136 


+ 3,962 
4-6.760 
—43,432 

... 


4-468 
2,453 

-65,256 


Rampora ZUla- 

Antri. 

Kh«daw»d.. 
Manaut. 

Naadwai. 

Narayangad. 

Rampura. 

Indore State. 

Indore Residoovy. 
Bhopal AgeDcy. 
Bhopawar Agency. 

Bundelkhand Agenoy. 
Malwa Agency. 
Mewar Agency. 



III. 

Oasu&ed by Populatiou. 



i^msim. 


6,000-10,000 


10,000—80,000 


20,006-60,000. 


60,000-100,000. 


(h« 100,0CO. 




Hmhr. 


Popohtlm. 


HnmbOT 




Knmbcr. 


PopaUtioD 


Snnilxr. 


PopuU- 

tron. 


Numbar. 


i-C: 


H»mb«. 


Popult 
tion. 


Btntni 
BailwKT 
Popol.tlir 

mduad. 


10 


11 


12 


18 


14 


IS 


16 


17 


18 


i> 


80 


21 


28 


e 

1 
I 

I 

1 

1 
1 

e 

1 
2 

1 

I 
1 
1 


30,261 

*,»39 
8,466 
3,0H 

'im 
"s!es6 

2,16a 

S8,7«0 

2,648 
6.873 
2,039 
8.216 
2,670 

2!373 
8811 
8,848 


:; 


::: 




" 


::; 


::: 


1 

"'1 

... 


80^44 

B6,SU 


::: 


::: 


z 


::: 



^^L of IMm Sute 1 


■ 


F 




■ 




TABLE 


r^Biore Stale. 










Towns and Villages 


i 




Total 




Under 500. 


500,- 


1,000. 


1,000—2,030. 


g 




Number ol 
inhabited 










* 










1 




Name of Peruana. 


Towns and 


Population. 












1 


1 




VillagcB. 




KumLier. 


Population 


N umber. 


Population, 


Numbe r. 


Population ' 




1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 




KfaargonZiUa 


581 


135,389 


532 


82,875 


a? 


24,213 


8 


10,480 


) 


Bnlakwa.la 


:i8 


5,705 


37 


4,891 


1 


814 








Barud 


16 


6,&j9 


13 


E,022 


1 


749 




'i'lSS 


:i 


Baswa 


41 


22,672 


34 


12,221 


4 


2,629 


2 


2,842 


4 


Uhicangaon 


125 


19,054 


120 


15,003 


4 


2,987 


1 


1,064 




Kh argon 


59 


23,239 


48 


8,340 


9 


6,557 


1 


1,118 





Khudgaon 


35 


7,039 


34 


6,449 


1 


500 






7 




39 


13,417 


31 


5.474 


6 


3,385 


1 


'i^994 




Nagatwaiii 


117 


20,5 IS 


142 


16,829 


4 


2,668 


1 


1,021 


'J 


Oon 


G4 


16,306 


r.6 


9,216 


7 


4,834 


1 


1,256 


10 


Sill) NftQdri 


17 


1,830 


17 


1,830 












Iffttaitpnr Zilla 


4,34A 


91,857 


4,lli 


63,982 


16 


9,485 


4 


D,1B2 


I 


Jagoti 


19 


7,751 


13 


2,801 


4 


2,333 


3 


2,527 


•2 


Kayatlia 


25 


7.263 


24 


5,216 










■i 


Mahilpur 


132 


27,032 


126 


17,332 


5 


'ioig 






\ 


Tarana 


156 


29,G17 


150 


51,329 


4 


2,424 




'il374 




Sundcrm 


134 


3,587 


lOi 


2,432 


2 


1.165 






'^ 


Zarda 


90 


ie,6I7 


88 


14,79:i 


1 


544 


1 


'i>8i 




Mandlesbvar Zilla 


4S7 


lai.rai 


439 


64,397 


32 


22,039 


12 


16,327 


j 


Barwaha 


144 


30,083 


139 


20,962 


3 


2,083 


1 


1.136 


->_ 


BrHhmangaon 


28 


5,282 


25 


3,626 


2 


1,257 


1 


1,399 


3 


Chikhalda 


110 


24,232 


100 


14,050 


5 


3,092 




7.090 


4 


Dhargtton 


S4 


25.604 


49 


10,707 


11 


8,G58 


3 


4^033 




Lawani 


65 


6,089 


S3 


4,714 


2 


1,375 






" 


MftlieBliwar 


m 


29,431 


73 


10,338 


9 


6,174 


2 


S;670 




Nemawar Zilla 


363 


91,279 


327 


51,367 


23 


16,677 


8 


11,169 




A lam pur 


2a 


16,711 


16 


3,616 


6 


4,314 


1 


1,303 




Harangaon 


40 


5,973 




4,831 


2 


1,142 








Katljaphod 


43 


8,713 


40 


5,451 


1 


530 




2'r32 




Nemawar 


79 


20,422 


72 


18,232 


4 


2.865 




3,272 




Bajor 


m 


21,696 


»3 


14,676 


3 


8,288 


1 


1,087 




SatwaM 


11 


17,764 


68 


10,551 


' 


4.438 


3 


2,775 




Rampora Zilla 


38? 


a0,754 


381 


39,367 


8 


6,432 


4 


5,501 




Anlri 


27 


3 249 


26 


2,519 


1 


730 








ChiDdwasft 


41 


5^6 11 


40 


4,253 






1 


'i'368 




Khadawadu 


3d 


6,017 


36 


3,426 




1,591 








Uanaaa 


89 


16,116 


84 


5,991 


2 


1,163 


1 


Xie* 




Nandwai 


20 


2,404 


28 


1.688 


1 


716 








Naroyangarli 


(il 


10,124 


58 


5,310 


1 


713 


1 


*i',20S ■ 




Ranipura 


112 


18,233 


109 


7,907 


1 


519 


1 


1,534 




Total for Indore State 


3,37ej 


860.690 


3114i 


466,589 


174 


116,622 


E5 


73.661 




Diflribulion by Poliliciil vhar^e!.— 




















Indore Residency 


562 


236,928 


508 


91,857 


33 


22,160 


14 


18,327 




Bhopal Agency 


542i 


115,818 


50U 


73,878 


29 


19,165 


7 


9,866 




Uhopawar Agency 


1,147 


27J,605 


1,045 


157,283 


72 


48,310 


20 


26,807 




Bundslkhand 


26 


16 711 


16 


3,616 


6 


4,314 


1 


1,303 




MalwB Agency 


1,(173 


204,224 


1,016 


120,994 


31 


21.957 


13 


17,348 




Mewar Agency 


29 


2,401 


28 


1,688 


^ 


716 








J 



Ceosas of Indorc State 1901. 



(Continued). 



21 



ossified by Population. 



2,000—6,000. 


6,000- 


-10,000. 


amber. 

* 


Population. 


Number. 


Population. 


10 


11 


12 


13 



10,000—20,000. 



Number. 



U 



Population. 



15 



20,000—60,000. 



Number. 



16 



Popula- 
tion. 



17 



50,000—100,000. 



Number. 



18 



Pepula- 
lation. 



19 



Over 100,000. 



Number. 



20 



Popula- 
tion. 



21 



EncampmcntR 

Boat and 

Railway 

Population 

unclassod. 



28 



















. 8 


10,197 






7,624 


a • a 


aaa 




1 
1 


2*653 
4,980 


.aa 

• a a 

• •• 




• a a 

a. a 


• •• 
aaa 

9»» 


• •• 

• a a 
mat 




• •• 

• •• 


• a. 

• •a 


• aa 




7',624 


• aa 
a aa 


aaa 
• a a 




1 


"2,564 


«a. 

• aa 




• aa 


• •• 
aaa 


• a« 

• *• 




• •• 


• •a 


• aa 




• •• 


• a* 


m»m 




• *. 


• a. 


aaa 




aaa 


aa a 


aaa 




• r. 


• a. 


aaa 




aaa 


• •• 


aaa 




8 


6,627 






6.681 


• •• 


.a« 




••• 
1 

■•• 
1 


2,037 
*i490 


aaa 
• •• 

a • a 




a. a 

'olasi 

aaa 


• •• 

• aa 

• •• 

• •• 


m»» 
aa* 
aaa 
• a. 




••• 


aaa 


a a • 




•«• 


• aa 


• »: 




••■ 


• •• 


• •• 




aaa 


• f 


• •a 




2 


6,014 




2 


12,944 


• aa 


• a. 




•*• 


... 






5,902 


a ■ a 


a ■ a 




••• 


.a. 


• a* 




• »• 


• aa 


aaa' 




••• 
1 


'2,807 


••a 
• a» 




a. a 
• •• 


• •• 

• a« 


a. a 
a .a 




1 


3*,207 


• •• 




7*042 


aaa 

• a« 

1 


a . a 
aaa 


• 


6 


13,176 


aa« 




• aa 


• aa 


a»-a 




3 


7,478 


• •a 




• aa 


• a* 


• a* 




••• 


• a. 


aaa 




m»» 


• a* 


• •• 




• a. 

1 
1 


2,053 
3,645 


• aa 
»aa 

• aa 




a. • 
• at 


• aa 

• •• 
»•• 


a • a 
aaa 
• aa 




«.. 


••• 


• aa 




• aa 


•S* 


• a* 




3 


10,394 




1 


8,273 


• »• 


• aa 




••• 


••* 


••a 




9*9 


• a* 


• a* 




••• 


•*. 


• •• 




• •• 


• a* 


aaa 




••• 
2 


7,498 


• •a 

• ■• 




• aa 


• •• 


a a • 

• a. 




1 
••• 


'2,896- 

• aa 


• aa 
aaa 


1 


'8,273 




• aa 
a.a 

• a a 




30 


90,335^ 


a 


5 


35,522 


• aa 


aaa 




7 
5 

7 
3 

8 


18,340 
13,909 
21,637 
7,478 
28,971 


aa« 

• • • 

aa« 


3 
2 


• a. 

20,568 
14,954 


-»• 

aaa 

• a* 

»•• 

• •a 


• a. 

• •• 

\ ••• 

• 

a . a 




%.• 


• .a 


»»m 




• •a 


»•• 


aaa 





••• 

• •• 
a .a 
a . a 

• aa 

• »» 

• a* 

• *• 
aaa 

• •• 

• •a 



• •• 



I 

t*. 



• •• 



• aa 
a a* 

• •• 
.*• 
» » m 



• •a 

• a. 
aaa 

• •• 

• aa 

• »m 



• aa 

• aa 

• a a 
9 •• 



• .a 
aaa 
aaa 

• •• 



• •• 
a « . 



• •a 

• •• 

• a a 
aaa 



a ■ • 

aaa 
• •• 



• •• 

• a* 

• •• 

• •• 



*.* * 

• • a 

• a« 

• •• 



• aa 

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• •« 

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m»- 

• •• 

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• •• 
aaa 

• a* 
m »» 



a aa 

• •• 

aaa 

• a. 

a »a 

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aaa 
aaa 

a aa 
a*» 



• •• 

• •• 
aa a 
a a* 

• a* 



• » • 

aaa 

• aa 



• •• 

• aa 

• •• 

• aa 



• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• a* 



• •• 

• . a 

aaa 
aaa 

• •a 

• »• 
•«ia 



• •• 

• aa 
a . a 

• •• 

• •• 
a. a 
aaa 



• mm 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• aa 



• aa 

• •• 

• •• 



• aa 

• •• 
aa* 



•*• 



• •• 

• a* 

• •• 
aaa 

• a • 



86,244 



86,244 



aaa 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 



»•• 

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aaa 

a. a 



• •• 

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a *• 
a mm 



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Indore Stale. 



TABLE VII. 
Age, Sex and Civil Conditions. 





Population. 


Unhabribd. 


..«..„. 


Widowed. 


AOE. 


Persona. 


Males. 


Femalea, Person b. 


Males. 


Females, 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


iMales. 


Fenula 


1 


2 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


0—1 


11,643 


5,816 


5,737 


11.475 


5,786 


5,689 


67 


30 


87 


J 




1 




ll,OliO 


5.375 


5.685 


10,036 


5,324 


5,602 


124 


45 


79 


la 


6 






1(5,305 


7,96S 


8,427 


16,124 


7,865 


8,259 


261 


95 


166 


ic 


8 






1G,S64 


7,850 


9,014 


16.4.56 


7,718 


8,737 


374 




250 


3: 


8 




4-5 


18,693 


9,158 


9,635 


18.109 










353 


71 


20 


SI 


Total 0-5 


74,655 


36,167 


38,388 


73,0S9 


36,871 


37,418 


1,339 


4G4 


886 


127 


42 


86 


6-10 


104,365 


52.2G6 


52,099 


97,830 


60,414 


47,416 


5,881 


1.603 


4,378 


66i 


249 


405 




ys.iao 


54,570 


41.560 


68,947 


46,143 


22,804 


37,301 


7,289 


20,072 


2,823 


1,138 






83.153 


42.737 


40,416 


29.431 


25,128 


4,306 


47,991 


15.480 


32,511 


5,728 


8,129 








44,034 


47.305 




14,748 


1,583 




25,893 


39,784 


9,333 


3,3 S5 






86,ril2 


44,ij82 


41,930 




7,418 






3:i,ii00 


34,066 


n.276 


4.284 




30—35 


S'J,399 




41,551 


5,472 




732 


67,027 




29,189 


16,900 


6,370 


11,630 




4!f,S95 


27.511 


31,384 


2,.32l 


2,030 


291 


36.011 


22, 157 


13,854 


11,033 


3,324 


7,759 


40-45 






















5,138 


17,334 


46-50 


ai,B72 


13,610 


11,332 


891 


757 


134 


15,488 


10,579 


4,909 


S.SS3 


2,304 


fi,289 


50-65 


40,567 


20,047 


20,520 


1,158 


, 1,006 




20,060 


14,701 


5,356 


19,349 


4,337 


15,012 


55-(W 


io,.^ao 


5,094 


4,536 


aov. 


254 




5,B19 


4,424 


1,495 


4,311 


i^ais 


2.995 


GO and over ... 


31,357 


14,'I44 


16,913 


865 


710 




11,338 


8,919 


2,419 


19,154 


4,815 


14,339 


Total 


850,690 


437,282 


413,408 


307,446 


191,171 


116,274 


411,463 


208,390 


203,073* 131,783 


37,721 


04,061 





9,126 


4,614 


4,512 


9,071 


4,590 


4,481 


51 


24 


30 


1 






1—3 


8,619 


4,146 




84,05 


4,106 


4,800 




38 


69 


7 


3 




2—3 


12,394 


6,005 


e,289 


12,080 


5,927 


6.153 


208 


73 


135 


6 


S 


1 


3-4 


12,623 


5,854 


6,774 


12,397 


6,743 


0,fi49 


305 


101 


204 


26 


6 


21 


4-5 


14,010 


6,833 


S-,177 


13,535 


6,685 


6,850 


419 


133 


286 


56 


15 


41 


Total 0-5 


58,677 


27,452 


20,12S 


66,388 


27,056 


28,333 


1,093 


869 


724 


Be 


28 


es 


6—10 


79,723 


40,192 


39.536 


74,046 


38,640 


35.397 


5,142 


1,362 


8,790 


640 


191 


349 


10—15 


77.626 


43.010 


34,515 


61,621 


35,686 


15,83J 


23,523 


6,313 


17,210 


?,4?1 


1,011 


1,470 


15—20 


66,666 


34,274 


32,392 


2i,fi73 


19,187 


3,786 


39,805 


13.2S7 


26,548 


4,888 


1,830 


3,058 


30-85 


73,295 


35,622 


37.773 


12,402 




938 


63,293 


21,273 


32,019 


7,601 


2,785 


4,816 


25-30 


63,628 


35,324 






*,r35 


580 


53,104 


26,138 


26,966 


9,109 


3,451 


5,668 




71,276 


38,215 


33,061 






516 


63,130 


30, HO 


22,SM 


13,791 








39,964 


23,263 






l,8ia 


193 


28,908 




11,020 


9,191 








52,381 


20,814 


25,567 








32,045 


20,829 


11,2 le 


18,264 






45—60 


20,278 


11,008 










12,489 


8,617 


3,972 


7,078 






60—55 


32,770 














11,680 


4,320 


15,815 


3,686 




55-60 


8,786 














3,684 


1,217 


3,<:57 


1,132 


2,685 


60 and over 


25,343 


11,584 


13,759 


'" 


538 


106 


9,032 


7,077 


1,965 


16,617 


3,919 


11.698 


Total 


673,107 


346,795 


326,313 


232,616 


147,356 


86,168 


332,464 


168,617 


163,847 


108,128 


30,022 


77,aO« 



1 


238 


117 


121 


238 


117 


121 














1 2 


164 


77 


87 


160 


76 


86 


3 




8 


2 


2 




2 3 


239 


113 


127 


236 


no 


126 


3 




1 












108 


100 


207 


108 


99 


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4—5 


244 


118 


I2S 


237 


115 


122 


5 


3 


3 


3 


1 


I 


Total 0-5 


1,093 


532 


661 


1,078 


525 


553 


11 


4 


7 


4 


3 


t 


5 10 


1,366 


669 


696 


1,310 


643 


667 


41 


15 


26 


14 


11 


i 




1,467 


837 


640 


1,081 


758 


323 


368 


62 


E06 


28 






16—20 


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233 


651 


68 


24 


38 


20— 2S 


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790 


762 


S34 


313 


21 


1,081 


439 


642 


137 


38 


98 


25—30 


1,413 


770 


643 


220 


208 


12 


1,028 


513 


616 


166 


49 


116 


30—35 


1,412 


755 


857 


158 




8 


984 


619 


465 


270 


86 


184 




944 


551 




101 




6 


603 


377 


226 










1.220 














4C9 


246 










611 














SI5 


100 


249 


81 


168 


60-65 


937 


478 


469 


54 


42 


12 


4S4 


329 


9!, 


469 


107 


35a 


sb~eo 


8-3 


151 


121 


IS 


10 


8 


137 


103 


34 


117 


ns 


76 


60 and over 


C69 


345 


321 


23 




8 


193 


162 


31 


453 


162 


291 


Total ... 


14,256 


7,658 


6,697 


4,968 


3,326 


1,642 


0,673 


8,430 


3,243 


2,614 


803 


1,811 



^^p 








TABLE VII 




^P 


^^^^^ 






YH 


1 






Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 










^1 


Indore Stale. 




• 












1 




Population. 


Uhkashikd. 




Maeried 






Widowed 


1 


ADK. 




















9 


Persona, 


Males. 


FemdeB 


Person B. 


Males. 


Females 


Persons. 


Males. 


Femjles 


PerBons. 


Males. 


Females. 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


e 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


m .-: ... 


1,167 


577 


680 


1.147 


672 


575 


10 


5 


5 








^B i-s 


1,080 


540 


540 


1,070 


£35 


535 


9 


4 


5 


"l 


"1 




^H^ >-s 


1,586 


762 


834 


1,563 


740 


823 


20 


10 


10 


3 


2 


*"l 


^^k >-4 ' ... 


],tl5 


678 


737 


1,384 


666 


718 


28 


11 


17 


3 


1 


a 


^mr*^ 


1,465 


752 


713 


1,440 


743 


697 


21 


7 


14 


4 


2 


3 


^mi-^ ... 


6,703 


3,209 


3,404 


6,604 


3,266 


3,348 


88 


37 


61 


11 


6 


6 


^H^ 5-10 


8,415 


4.107 


4.308 


8,082 


4,005 


4,077 


296 


84 


212 


37 


18 


19 


^H 10-15 


8.091 


4,a25 


3,866 


ri,603 


3,903 


2,600 


J.489 


288 


1,201 


99 


34 


65 


^^P 15-20 


6,169 


3,192 


2,977 


2,836 


2,377 


459 


3,092 


721 


2,371 


241 


94 


147 


^ 20-26 


6,846 


3,272 


3,573 


1,504 


1,327 


177 


4,837 


1,738 


3,099 


504 


207 


297 


i 25-30 


6,763 


3,544 


3.224 


809 


689 


120 


5,316 


2,5B7 


3,719 


643 


258 


385 


30-35 


6,1*76 


3.668 


3,318 


453 


345 


108 


5,604 


2,947 


2,667 


1,019 


360 


653 


[ 35-40 


3,746 


2.102 


1.644 


196 


142 


63 


2.910 


1,766 


1,145 


641 


195 


446 


1 40—45 


5,709 


2,976 


2,733 


210 


152 


68 


3,953 


2,441 


1,412 


1,646 


383 


1,263 


^■_ 45— &0 


1,921 


1,106 


815 


73 


49 


21 


1,353 


934 


419 


496 


123 


372 


^H SO-55 


3,696 


I,88C 


1,710 


99 


69 


30 


2,017 


1,473 


544 


1,480 


344 


1,136 


^^H 56—60 


726 


429 


297 


21 


12 


9 


465 


S.W 


115 


2*0 


67 


173 


^^1 60 and over ... 


3,202 


1,610 


1,592 


83 


59 


24 


1,322 


1.099 


223 


1,797 


463 


1'345 


^H Total 


68,867 


36,406 


33,461 


27,472 


16,388 


11,087 


32,542 


16,474 


16,068 


8,863 


2,647 


e,308 


^ 


Animlst. M 


0—1 


1,015 


503 


612 


1,012 


502 


510 


3 


1 


2 






■ 




1,289 


608 


681 


1,283 


605 


678 


6 


3 


3 








2—3 .'" 


2,272 


1,096 


1,176 


2,241 


1.086 


1,156 


30 


10 


20 


1 


1 




3—4 


2,603 


1,204 


1.399 


2,f.58 


1,191 


1,367 


39 


11 


28 


6 


3 


* 


4—5 


2,967 


1,454 


1,513 


2 890 


1,434 


1,456 


68 


18 


60 


9 


2 


7 


Total 0-B 


10,146 


4,866 


fi,28l 


9,984 


4,817 


6,167 


14S 


43 


103 


16 


6 


11 


5—10 


14,822 


7,28f, 


7,512 


14,368 


7,009 


7.359 


401 


152 


249 


63 


20 


34 


10-15 


12,019 


6,487 


6,532 


9,818 


5,776 


4,043 


1,987 


636 


1,351 


214 


76 


136 


16-20 


8,969 


4,557 


4,412 


4,160 


3,113 


1,037 


4,»83 


1,263 


3,019 


637 


181 


366 


20-25 


9,604 


4,433 


6,171 


8,079 


1,634 


446 


6,436 


2,434 


4,002 


1,089 


365 


724 


25—30 


9,847 


4,996 


4,852 


920 


771 


149 


7,568 


8,718 


3,850 


1,359 


506 


853 


30-35 


y,696 


6,i98 


4,498 


602 


403 


99 


7,377 


4,215 


3,162 


1,817 


580 


1.237 


35—40 


4,720 


2.574 


2,146 


165 


126 


39 


3,569 


2,11! 


1,4B7 


986 


336 


650 


40—46 


5,975 


2,874 


3,101 


164 


99 


65 


3,681 


2,297 


1,384 


2,140 


478 


1,662 


1 45-50 


2,146 


1,176 


»70 


68 


45 


13 


1,318 


903 


416 


770 


228 


543 


^m_ SO-56 


3,242 


1,552 


1,6B0 


60 


42 


8 


1.604 


I,2il 


393 


1,688 


299 


1,289 


^B 65—60 


741 


394 


317 


83 


30 


3 


413 


286 


128 


295 


79 


216 


^H 60 and over 


2,120 


891 


1,229 


63 


41 


22 


781 


671 


aio 


1,276 


279 


997 


1 Total 


94,047 


47,276 


46.771 


42,334 


23,996 


18,339 


30,603 


19.840 


19,723 


12,160 


3,441 


8,709 








C 


tu-istiao 


















Others. Parai. 
SUUi. 


























d 


I 0-1 


7 


5 


2 


7 


5 


2 












^1 


^^ 1-2 


8 


1 


4 


8 


4 


4 












-■ 


^K a-3 


4 


3 


1 


4 


3 


1 












-1 


^H 3-4 


10 


6 


4 


9 


5 


4 


'"1 


1 








■■■■ 


^P 4-6 


7 


1 


6 


7 


1 


6 










... 


...■ 


^K>tttia-6 


36 


19 


17 


35 


18 


17 


I 


1 








...1 


^^B) 5—10 


35 


18 


17 


34 


18 


16 


1 




] 






... ■ 


^H^ 10-15 




21 


7 


24 


21 


3 


4 




4 






... T 


^^H 15—20 


49 


23 


28 


21 


17 


4 


28 


""c 


22 








^^H 20—25 


43 


17 


26 


10 


8 


2 


31 


9 


82 


'"t 




"s 


^^B 2B— 30 


56 


4'J 


7 


16 


15 




40 


34 


6 








^^H 30—35 


39 




17 


4 


3 


1 


32 


17 


15 


"3 


""2 


'"1 


^^M 3S— 40 


31 


21 


10 


6 


4 


1 


20 


14 


6 


6 


3 


'^ 


^H 40—45 


31 


17 


14 


3 


2 


1 


22 


14 


8 


6 


1 


'M 


^H 45— SO 


IG 


12 


4 


2 


2 




13 


10 


3 






}fl 


^H 50-56 


22 


12 


10 








15 


11 


4 


7 


'"l 


*■ 


^H 56—60 


6 


■i 


3 








3 


2 


J 


S 




*m 


^^B 60 tinJ over ... 


, 23 


14 


9 


"2 


'"1 


"l 


10 


10 


... 


11 


"3 


,m 


^^V Total 


414 


247 


187 


166 


lOB 


47 


220 


138 


92 


SB 


10 


»1 



tiwu of Indore State 1901. 1 

m i 


1 


■ 


TABLE Vir. B 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 


1 


1 

t 


1 


1 


1 


tdore City. 






AU Religions. 










I 


to 


POPOLATIOS 




UHHiLRRIED. 1 




Mabried. 


1 


Widowed. 




p.. 








1 














Persons . 


Males. 


Females. 


I'eraona. 


Males. 


Females 


PersonH. 


Males. Females.] 


Per SODS. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


13 


■^ 0—1 


1,746 


932 


813 


1,731 


922 


809 


14 


10 


4 








b 1-2 


1,150 


565 


585 


1,133 


557 


57G 


16 


7 


it 


"*1 


"1 




^B 2-3 


1,519 


732 


787 


1.499 


7-J7 


772 


20 


6 


15 








^r 


1,371 


667 


7U 


1,350 


651 




19 




14 


2 


1 


'"1 


^ 4-5 


1,339 


676 


661 


1,313 


6G7 


648 


23 


7 


16 


3 


1 


2 


Total 0-6 


7,134 


3,B6l 


3,663 


7,036 


3,624 


3,608 


92 


34 


58 


6 


3 


3 


5-10 


7,881 


3,93 1 


3.947 


7,478 


3,852 


3,626 


372 


73 


299 


31 


9 


22 


1 10—10 


8,212 


4,552 


3,660 


5,799 


4,051 


1,745 


2,315 


467 


1.848 


98 


31 


67 


16—20 


7.763 


3,987 


3,776 


2,773 


2,564 


219 


4,756 


1,353 


3,403 


234 


80 


154 


30-25 


9,776 


4,534 


6,242 


1,684 


1,586 


98 


7,613 


3,708 


4,815 


479 


180 


299 


S5-30 




5,t00 


4,687 


1,086 


1,017 


69 


7.914 


3,723 


4,191 


787 


360 


437 


1 30-35 


9,in 


5,337 


3,840 


758 


695 


63 


7,175 


4,163 


3,013 


1,244 


479 


765 


36— W 


5,061 


2,938 


2,123 


315 


392 


23 


3,939 


2,349 


1,590 


807 


297 


610 


40— tS 


7,632 


4,326 


3.306 


432 


386 


46 


5,119 


3,402 


1,717 


2,081 


538 


1,543 


4fr-50 


3,515 


1,547 


l'68 


151 


138 


13 


1-614 


U80 


4.^ 


750 


229 


531 


' 50-6S 


0.343 


2,982 


2,381 


S34 


208 


26 


2,861 


2,160 


701 


2,2^8 


611 


1,634 


i 56-60 


1.012 


639 


373 


34 


32 


2 


676 


463 


113 


402 


144 


258 


eO and over ... 


4,961 


2,423 


2,639 


162 


140 


22 


1,781 


1,501 


277 


3,018 


778 


2.240 


Total ... 


86,244 


40,860 


40,385 


27,032 


18,478 


9,464 


46,12? 


23,638 


22,488 


12,185 


3,742 


8,443 








H 












m 


mdo. 


0-1 


1,279 


C8G 


593 


1,271 


679 


592 


8 


7 


1 






^ 


1—3 


851 


422 


429 


838 


415 


422 


12 


5 


7 




"'l 




2-3 


1,027 


616 


511 


1,011 


513 


498 


16 


3 


13 








3—4 


959 


461 


608 


95S 


457 


49!1 


11 


3 


8 


'"2 


"'1 




4— « 


967 


497 


470 


948 


490 


458 


16 


7 


11 


1 




iM 


Total 0-6 


6,093 


3,6aa 


2,611 


6,024 


2,666 


2,460 


66 


26 


40 


4 


2 


2 


6-10 


6,675 


2,B88 


2,787 


5.359 


2,827 


2,532 


201 


54 


237 


25 


7 


18 


10-1 ft 


5.911 


3,368 


2,543 


3,988 


2,970 


1,019 


1,845 


376 


1,469 


77 


23 


55 


15-10 


5,6eo 


3,003 


8,797 


1,939 


\% 


102 


3,683 


1,110 


2,673 


178 


56 


128 


i 80-86 


7,627 


3,494 


4,133 


1,240 


61 


6,018 


2.176 


3,836 


375 


139 


236 


M-3ft 


7.706 


3,94G 


3,760 


800 


764 


36 


6,269 


8,900 


3,369 


637 


882 


365 


30-36 


6,983 


4,144 


2,839 


876 


540 


35 


6,428 


3.348 


2,180 


980 


356 


624 


M— 10 


3,9*8 


2,274 


1.674 


239 


S38 


11 


3,071 


1,BI3 


1,358 


638 


233 


405 


< 40-45 


6,780 


3,311 


2,469 


339 


315 


34 


3,639 


3,584 


i;246 


1,612 


412 


1,200 


1 45—50 


1,926 


1,194 


731 


114 


109 


5 


1,200 


695 


305 


611 


190 


421 


^^ SO— 55 


3,94G 


2,197 


1,749 


178 


163 


11) 


2,030 


1,557 


473 


1,738 


472 


1,266 




7t;4 


484 


280 


87 


27 




486 


343 


83 


311 


114 


197 


^H CO and over ... 


3,609 


1,694 


1,915 


120 


108 


"12 


1,211 


1,017 


194 


2,278 


5«9 


1,709 


Total ... 


64,767 


34,679 


30,188 


10,943 


13,627 


6,316 


36,360 


18,098 


17,266 


9,464 


S.864 


6,eio 








Jain. 










_J 








0-1 


43 


21 


28 


13 


21 


22 












^ 


1-8 


21 


10 


u 


21 


10 


11 














»-3 


30 


19 


11 


30 


19 


11 














3-4 


37 


31 


w 


37 


31 


16 














*-5 


31 


17 


14 


30 


17 


13 


"*1 


... 


■"1 


... 




m 


Total 0-6 


162 


68 


74 


161 


88 


73 


1 




1 




Z 


m 


5-10 


197 


88 


109 


1B8 


86 


102 


9 


3 


7 




... 


n^ 


10—15 


218 


12S 


05 


148 


106 


43 


67 


16 


51 


"'3 


*"l 




15-20 


204 


104 


100 


67 


64 


3 


138 


36 


02 


9 


4 


5 


90-25 


265 


136 


129 


65 


60 


6 


180 


71 


109 


20 


5 


15 


S6-30 


249 


140 


109 


33 


33 




103 


97 


9B 


33 


10 


IS 


30—36 


383 


15G 


126 


35 


33 


""2 


20'.! 


IOj 


97 


46 


18 


27 


35-40 


181 


124 


57 


26 


25 


1 


124 


84 


40 


31 


16 


16 


40—15 


276 


159 


117 


20 


18 


2 


173 


111 


61 


84 


30 


54 


46—60 


103 


67 


46 


8 


7 


1 


58 


39 


19 


37 


11 


26 


1 50—65 


223 


i2g 


94 


16 


11 


2 


112 




24 


95 


27 


m 


^B 55-60 


41 


30 


11 


1 




1 


23 


21 




17 


9 


8 


^^k 60 uid over ... 


154 


93 


61 


9 


"'a 




40 


37 


■J 


106 


47 


58 


^^ Total ... 


2,666 


1.427 


1,188 


777 


543 


264 


1.300 


307 


602 


469 


177 


"^ 


Hi^^^^^^^^^^^^J 



Census of ladore State 1901. 



ndore City^ 



29 

TABLE VIL 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 
Musalman. 









Population. 


Unmabbibd. 




Mabbied, 




Widowed. 




Age. 






























Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


0—1 


••• 


415 


219 


196 


409 


216 


193 


6 


3 


3 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1—2 


• •• 


275 


132 


143 


271 


130 


141 


4 


2 


2 


••• 


••• 


••• 


2—3 


••• 


459 


196 


263 


455 


194 


261 


4 


2 


2 


••• 


••• 


•«• 


a-4 


• •• 


361 


173 


188 


354 


172 


182 


7 


1 


6 


••• 


«•• 


••• 


4—6 


•'•• 


337 


160 


177 


331 


159 


172 


4 


•.• 


4 


2 


1 


I 


Total 0—6 


• •• 


1,847 


880 


967 


1,820 


871 


949 


26 


8 


17 


2 


1 


1 


5—10 


••• 


1,976 


942 


1,034 


1,899 


923 


976 


71 


17 


54 


6 


2 


4 


10—16 


#•• 


2,062 


1,047 


1,015 


1,645 


964 


681 


399 


75 


324 


18 


8 


10 


15—20 


••• 


1,718 


861 


857 


750 


640 


110 


921 


201 


720 


47 


20 


27 


20-25 


• •• 


1,842 


880 


962 


369 


339 


30 


1,390 


505 


885 


83 


36 


47 


25—30 


• •• 


1,786 


972 


813 


241 


208 


33 


1,417 


696 


721 


127 


68 


5d 


80-36 


• ■• 


1,878 


1,011 


867 


145 


119 


26 


1,516 


788 


728 


817 


104 


113 


35—40 


• •• 


905 


521 


384 


46 


36 


10 


725 


438 


287 


134 


47 


87 


40—45 


• •• 


1.549 


838 


711 


71 


51 


20 


1,098 


692 


406 


380 


95 


285 


45—50 


• •• 


477 


290 


187 


87 


20 


7 


349 


242 


107 


101 


28 


73 


50-55 


• •• 


1,158 


647 


511 


40 


26 


14 


709 


607 


202 


409 


114 


295 


55—60 


• •• 


804 


124 


80 


6 


6 


1 


126 


98 


27 


73 


21 


52 


60 and over 


• •• 


1,182 


626 


556 


31 


22 


9 


524 


444 


80 


627 


160 


467 


Total 


••• 


18,583 


9,688 


8,944 


7,090 


4,224 


2,866 


0,269 4,711 


4,668 


2,824 


704 


1,680 



Animist. 



0—1 
1—2 
2—3 



4-5 
Total 0—6 



5—10 
10—15 
15-20 
20-26 
26—30 
30—35 
35-40 
40—45 
45—50 
50—55 
55—60 
60 and over 



••• 
••* 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 






••• 
*•* 
••• 
•*• 



Total 



7 
6 
4 

10 
5 

11 
3 
5 



••• 



••• 



1 

» 
1 



••• 
••• 



3 
4 

4 

V 

10 
3 



••• 



••• 



64 



••• 



f •• 



4 

2 

1 
1 



45 



••• 
•*• 
••• 
•«* 
••• 
••• 







7 
6 
3 
2 
1 



1 



••• 
••• 
••• 



• *• 



• •• 



3 

4 
3 
2 

1 
• 
1 



••• 

« •• 
••• 
••• 



22 



••• 

• a. 

• •• 

• *• 



16 



4 
2 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•*• 
•«• 



r\ 



ChrlstlanT 
Others -{ ParsL 
Sikb. 



{ 











••• 




••• 


■•• 


••• 


••• 


'••• 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


»•• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••t 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


•t» 


•t* 


••• 


9»« 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• «• 


• «• 


••t 


«•• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1 


1 


••• 


«•# 


••• 


• •• 


8 

4 


7 

4 


1 


••• 


f«* 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


11 
2 
5 


10 
2 
5 


1 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


M» 


«•• 


••• 


•■• 


••• 


• «• 


••* 


••• 


#•• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1 


1 


••• 




• •• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


«•• 


«•• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •f 


• •« 


32 


30 


2 


••• 

■ 


■•• 


• •• 



0-1 


••• 


7 


1-2 


••• 


3 


2—8 


••• 


2 


3-4 


••• 


4 


4-5 


•■• 


4 


Total 0-6 


••. 


20 



5-10 
10-15 
15—20 
20—25 
25—30 
30—35 
36-^40 
40—45 
45-60 
50-55 
55-60 
60 and over 



Total 



••• 
••• 
•*• 

... 
••• 
••• 
••• 
... 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 



26 
16 \ 
37 
32 
42 
23 
24 
22 
10 
15 
8 
16 



286 



5 
1 
1 
2 
1 

10 

13 

10 

15 

15 

37 

16 

16 

13 

6 

8 

1 

9 



169 



I 



tmm 



2 
2 

1 
2 
3 

10 

13 
5 
22 
17 
5 
7 
8 
9 
4 
7 
2 
7 



116 



mi"v 



7 
3 
2 

3 

4 

19 

25 

11 

14 

8 

11 

3 

8 

2 

2 



••• 



2 



100 



6 
1 
1 
1 
1 



13 

10 

10 

6 

11 

3 

2 

2 

2 



o 

2 
1 
2 
3 

10 

12 
1 

4 
2 



••• 



69 



••• 
••• 

••• 
•*• 
••• 
••• 



81 



• >• 

• «• 

• •• 

: 

••• 



1 

4 

23 

23 

31 

18 

17 

15 

7 

9 

2 

6 



167 



... 
•** 
••• 



5 

9 

26 

12 

12 

10 

4 

7 

1 

6 



98 



••• 
*•• 
••• 
«•• 
•*• 



*^ 



1 
4 
18 
14 
5 
6 
5 
5 
8 
2 
1 



»•• 



64 



••* 
••• 
••• 
••• 
*•• 

••f 

••• 
••» 
••• 



1 

2 
4 
5 
1 
6 
1 
8 



88 



••• 

••• 
••• 



••• 
•«• 

••• 



••• 



••• 



1 
2 
1 

1 

2 



fmm 



7 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



•«• 



IC^i«EIo 


doreSUte 


1901. 




E-=gS =—^25 =:■:■ ;;: = : =:::= i^SS 


■ 




■"III 


a 


"2IS» ''SiSi :""-« ;*"s5 ■ : : ■ ■ """"fe 


■reouoj 


2 




i 


i 
1 

3 


si 


■saiTOiaj 


— 


"3Sag ,-:Sg ::;^= "^ = SS ::::: ,-;"' 


1 


■"TO 


71 

31« 

4BT 

3,741 

4,616 

43 
166 
253 

2,837 

6 

S7 

34 

401 

468 

22 
133 
196 

1,618 
1,868 

■"4 
"'4 

'"5 
33 
38 


1 


i 


■saiEraaj 


2 


SSSg? 5SS3g ;:::: =::- ::::: :: — 


1 


■Mi»n 


2 


aiPJ Sii|l -'56 -^SSS :::,. ■■;'-'■ 


F 


1 


■»i.»»j 


■* 


"""'-SS : : r" ■ = = ; i '^--SS : : : : :■::: = 


■sapK 


2 


SSSSg -gJSgg - r*» "^2e| : ; = ■ = • ■ ■"* 


• 


K 


■apmoj 


2 


g23S5 22roSS ■"'="2^ ""^"SS ::**:" : t'^'^S 




■8310H 


- 


688 

2,263 

2,972 

21,267 

27,080 

483 

1,760 

2,347 

16,618 

21,208 

80 

376 

425 

3,091 

3,961 

22 

112 

186 

1,455 

1,774 

1 
6 
8 
70 
84 

2 

1 
7 
43 
63 




•J 

D 

S 


i 

i 

3 


■aaiBmaj 


O 


jssii isiii Siisj liiii iiiii "-SS 


pa S 


■MfH 


- 


87,424 
51,120 
38.394 
221,617 
398,466 

40,296 

178,888 
316,647 

1,113 

420 

2.t5 

1,375 

3,143 

7,328 
3,914 
2,728 
17,333 
31,303 

12,144 
6,482 
4,549 
24,015 
47,100 

36 
18 
13 

106 
172 


■Bnc«iaj 


, 


is^il §^^=1 ISS^s isi§| £3|es SSSgg 


F 


3 


■KTimj 


t- 


3£S|3 "-»s| "^""-s ""=22 ;;";'' r"-s 


f 


■»i»w 


. 


1,009 
3,460 
4343 
30,i'25 
3,8887 

840 

2,724 

3,405 

23,170 

30,148 

88 

407 

466 

3,464 

4,416 

78 

311 

464 

3,250 

4,103 

I 
6 
8 
72 
86 

2 
3 

10 
80 
76 




■.m»4«a 


■" 


1,052 

3,532 

4,441 

30,526 

80,661 

876 
2,772 
3,472 
23,496 
30,ai6 

99 

413 

459 

3,635 

4,406 

84 

338 

485 

3,351 

4,268 

1 

10 
72 
88 

2 
4 

16 
73 
84 


I 


1 

1 


■B8|«W3jI 


■4 


90,197 
44,560 
40,416 
237,945 
4,13,408 

69,661 
34,516 
32,398 
190,744 
326,312 

640 

609 

4,101 

6,697 

7,712 
3,888 
2,977 
18,906 
33,461 

12.823 
5,632 
4,412 
24,004 
46,771 

34 

7 

100 
167 




•"TO 


» 


8,9433 

54,570 

43,737 

251.6-13 

437,288 

67,644 
43,010 
34,274 
201,867 
346,706 

1,201 

27 

601 

4,839 

7,668 

7,408 
4,226 
3,192 
20,583 
36,406 

12,146 
8,487 
4,557 

24,097 
47,276 

37 
SI 
23 
160 
847 


k 


■nooaraj 


. 


176,920 
99,130 
83,163 

489,487 
860,600 

136,E05 
77,525 
66,663 
392,611 
673,107 

2.459 
1,487 
1,300 
9,030 
14,266 

15.118 
9,091 
6,169 

39,489 
68.867 

24,968 

12,019 

9,969 

4?,091 

04,047 

71 

28 
49 
266 
414 


■i 


I 


■fl 


1 


IUl Religions.- 
0—10 
10-15 
15-20 
^Tota" ■■.'. 
Hindu.- 
0-10 
10—15 
15-20 
20 and over ... 
Total 
Jain.- 
0—10 
10—16 
15-20 
20 Bud over ,.. 
Total 
Muaalman.— 
0-10 
10-15 
15-20 
20 and over ... 
Total 
Auimlst.— 
0—13 
10-16 
16-20 
20 and over 
Total ... 
Others.- 
0— 10 
10-15 
16-20 
20 aod over ... 
Total ... 
■ 


^ 





■B3|BUJ9J 


S 


:-""S3 


: -<e« 








:. --2 ■ 


■M[vn 


s 


■=§551 


"Ssp 


r'SS 


:"2 = S 




:»-SS 


■saosisj 


3 


"3I|| 


"SE|^ 


r-ss 


r-ss 


: : : : : 


:="=SS 


i 

3 


^1 


■sapraaj 


2 


"S'Sg 


■" : = 2 


: • ;-2 


"S-SJ 




:" r''" 


■eaiBH 


^ 


SHill 


'SS|| 


--Si 


ssggg 




.t-ss 


S 


■aeinuMj 


to 


""SS: 


-"Si 


■:::• 


M:"" 




; :"-" 


■*)|eis 


— 


^>^~ 




:-"=Sg 


-"Keg 


iMi; 


, ■-■! m 


S 




■* 


--as 


■ : •"■" 


:■-: 


— sg 


■ : = :• 




»ss|g 


-"383 


: i*"*^" 


.SK3S 


■ ;!• ; 


: : :"" 


^ 


■Miuuiaj 


2 


-"SS| 


""=283 


-'"SS 


; r=- 




. ,--3 


■BSIEH 


= 




ESSS35; 

"",-2 


-""Si 


"SSgS 


ilM: 


— — "^S"* 


2 
< 

3 
1. 


s 


,.,.™, 


S 






S..5| 


" >0^' 






■M[BK 


OS 




iisil 


S'SSg 


giill 


,,,,„ 


S'—gS 


■ano^J.iJ 


IB 


lllll 

■^ 


ilSli 


ISSs| 


EaSSg 


C-. Cl -♦ ^-5 Th 


'•SSSIRS 


u 


■soi,..TOj 


- 


SSS|g 


IISS| = 


--"SS 


"Si-SS 




r'-s 


■sapK 


■= 


.*s-l|| 


-"2 




"saij 


11:-: 


-"SSS 


■HnOSiBJ 


•a 


illll 


2SSS2 


SSKgl 


^saii 


E : • M 


-'ssg 


i 


■Bjjsiuaj 


" 


£ g = = g 

SSSJg 


■°°"*2g 


SgggS 


IPil 




S'=SiS 


■S3|r.pj 




Sllli 


gs§sg 


-M 


ssSii 


„.,, 


SS23| 


■s„n«ja,| 


- 


is«l» 


Illll 


lsili 


l!«:i 

"""-2 


c; 3 -» .-) ^ 


SSKSg 








- 


, |3 

1 
< 


|3 

•a 


1 


SI 
|2S8-Sf 

i i 


^1 


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O 



iniH of Indore State 1001. 
Indore Slate. 



TABLE 
Lao- 





g 


Dialect. 


FopalatioH, 


Bkanpura. 


Indon. 


=1 


J 


1 


1 


! 


I 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


J_ 


8 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 1 IS 1 


i 


11 


Makraoi 

Total Balochi 


85 
8& 


85 
8S 


... 








... 


... 




1 


ii 


Standsrd 
Vilayuti 


4 

IS 


4 
12 


7 


::: 


... 


z 


2 
10 


i 

3 


""7 






Tot^ Pashto 


23 


IB 


7 






... 


12 


6 


7 






Total Eastern Groop 


108 


101 


7 


... 






IS 


B 


7 






Total Iranian Brancb 


108 


lOt 


7 






... 


12 


6 


7 


il 


11 


Standard ... 

Jaogli 
Multoni 
Pcahawari ... 


2C0 
'J 
18 
2 


197 
6 
10 
1 


63 
3 

8 

1 


'"i 


'::: 


"I 


80 


63 


17 






Total Panjabi 


289 


214 


76 


1 




1 


80 


63 


17 






Total North-Western Oroap — 


289 


216 


75 


I 




1 


80 


68 


17 




L 


Marathi Standard 

Beradi 

Lakshani (Vhle Marathi) 

Klmndi^Jii ... 

Kokni 

Nagri 


37,182 
7 
265 
333 
13 
102 


19,03i 

5 

237 

187 

9 

91 


18,168 

28 

146 

4 

11 


1,S12 

"is 

20 


609 

""9 
aO 


603 
'"4 


23,786 

"so 

'"6 


12,108 

"41 
"4 


11.677 

*38 
"1 






Total Uaratbl in Sontb-Westeni 
Qronp 


37,812 


19,Se3 


18,349 


1,246 


638 


007 


23,870 


12,163 


11,71? 






Total South-Westem Gronp ... 


37,912 


19,063 


18,349 


1,246 


638 


007 


28,870 


ta,t68 


11.717 


i 


i! 


Bcldari 
Gujarathi 
Kaol.hi 
KatLbwadi ... 


30 
ll,5fi4 

326 


30 

6.225 

6 

180 


5,339 

7 

146 


762 


^3 


379 


1,OT» 
10 


632 
3 


507 
7 






Total aiarathi in Western Gronp 


11.932 


e,440 


6,492 


762 


383 


378 


1.049 


630 


614 






Total Marathi 


49,844 


26,008 


23,841 


2,007 


1,021 


986 


24,919 


12,088 


12,231 




ii 


Dhnndiri 

Skl«i 

Kirs..ui 

K<..|iwri 

B;.nsdi 

Sondhi 


12 

oi.cac 

08 
I0fl,7a-* 

122 


9 

31,3J9 
.38 

35,OUB 
69 


3 

30,187 

30 

53,G67 

83,605 


4 

7,400 

:3,9a8 

102 


4 
3,750 

7,415 

69 


3,e50 

6,573 
43 


3 
37,947 

68 

»7 

4i,20G 

9 


S 
ia,8W 
38 
42 
20,601 
4 


3 

19,120 

30 

45 

20,605 






Total Rajasthani Dialects proper 
to CeaCral India 


S40.I71 


122 626 


117.646 


21.404 


11,228 


10,266 


79,326 


38,617 


39,808 


IE 


il 


Ilfidoti 
Jaipiiri 
Matwaii 
Mofvari 
Mewati 


1-1 

To 

if,!3r> 

1.724 

Tits 


18 
i-i 

lO..")!? 
it87 


33 

9.388 
7.H7 

367 


10 

3 

483 

95 


4 
2 
238 
36 
31 


C 
1 
244 
27 
61 


2 
46 

4,440 
611 
623 


S 

28 

2,243 

244 

309 


"ia 

S,I97 
267 
2U 






Total Rajasthani Dialects not 

proper to Central India ■-. 


22,486 


11.966 


10.841 


653 


314 


339 


6,822 


2,826 


2,686 






Total Rajastlianl 


262,667 


134.681 


128.086 


22,147 


11,642 


10,606 


84,847 


42,343 


42,604 




^i| 


Standard 


15,llil> 


8.1U 


7,006 


31 


13 


19 


7,623 


3,709 


8,814 




IJl 


Rathodi 


31 


9 


22 








27 


9 


18 






Total Bondelkhandi 


16.1B1 


8.123 


7.028 


ai 


IS 


18 


7,660 


8,718 


3,832 



1 


1 


1 




f 


m 


■ 


■ 


CfiMua o( I'ndore Stale 190t 


KhaTj'iii. 


Mah-qmr. 


JloiidlcshicaT. 


A'cmai/vfr. 


liaiiipurii. 


iHdore Cilg. 


a. 


i 


"1 
1 


1 


1 


g 
s 


I 


i 

1 


1 


§. 


1 


1 

B 
fa 


J 


i 


i 
1 


i 


1 


1 


13 


14 


13 


19 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


T 












1 


1 










84 


84 


















... 




1 


1 




... 




... 


84 


84 










*"s 


2 










1 
5 


1 
5 


::: 


"2 


"2 




1 


1 




2 

e 


2 

1 


"7 


s 


2 










6 


g 




2 


2 




t 


I 


.- 


10 


3 


7 


s 


2 










7 


7 




2 


2 




86 


85 




10 


3 


7 


2 


2 










7 


7 




2 


2 


... 


86 


85 


... 


10 


3 


7 


112 


67 
""l 


45 








10 
3 

1 


15 
3 

1 


1 


47 
6 
17 


47 
3 

9 


"3 


6 


5 


::: 


72 


60 


13 


113 


68 


46 








20 


19 


1 


70 


69 


u 


6 


6 




72 


60 


12 


113 


68 


46 








20 


19 


1 


70 


69 


11 


6 


6 




72 


GO 


12 


3,790 

in 

19S 


1.914 

ISO 
103 


I,8-G 


641 
'b5 


320 

"i>7 


321 
"28 


3,584 
5 

103 

'"i 


1,8-19 

3 


1.735 
2 

"g7 


I,C20 
2 


1,014 
2 


C06 


2,500 
"17 

"ib 


1,220 
'"'2 

"ea 


1,340 

"1.5 
"10 


21,147 

"67 
'"5 


10,684 

"37 
""4 


10,463 

"30 
"*1 


4.008 


2.1B7 


1,901 


726 


377 


349 


3,69B 


1,896 


1,804 


1,622 


1,016 


606 


2,662 


1,287 


1,366 


31,219 


10,726 


t0,4B4 


«J»8 


2,197 


1,001 


726 


377 


840 


3,698 


1,896 


1,804 


'..623 


1,016 


606 


a,6&2 


1,287 


1,365 


21,210 


10,726 


10,404 




8.730 
S 
73 


9,158 

"(io 


612 


302 


310 


30 

193 


30 
1,446 

io? 


1,240 
Htl 


"titi 


"so 


"k 


1,WI) 


782 


708 


832 


422 


410 


8.084 


2,S0S 


2,219 


613 


302 


310 


2,909 


1,683 


1,326 


86 


60 


36 


1,400 


782 


708 


833 


422 


410 


8,122 


6,002 


4,120 


1,338 


670 


659 


6,608 


3,478 


3,130 


1,708 


1,086 


642 


4,148 


2,076 


2,073 


22,051 


11,147 


10,904 


»S 


Hi 


"h'i 


5.334 


2,«'J5 


2,fa39 


aljj 


280 


223 


4,269 


2,726 


1.543 


5,7i4 


2,771 


2,943 


8 
4,991 


5 
2,3'J4 


3 
2,597 


"« 


27,194 
337 


411 


3.242 


1.713 


1,529 


l.\U 


28,443 

:;,589 


27,i"lG 
2,535 


Gl 


41i; 
27 


21s 

24 


4,208 
11 


3.304 
6 


1,928 


isisre 
3 


a,628 
2 


6,948 
1 


WM 


27,848 


28,770 


3.576 


4,408 


4,168 


61.192 


31,318 


20,874 


4,952 


3,169 


1,783 


10,017 


6,141 


4,876 


18,678 


9,029 


8,649 


WW 


870 
69 


(367 
125 


14 
71 


1»5 
37 


8 

167 
34 


"is 

4,906 
90 



"il 

2,733 

49 

6 


""7 

2,173 
41 


7,c65 
615 


4,000 
390 


3,iV(W 
125 

a 


8 

8 

013 

281 

102 




1 

272 

ItiS 

12 


2 

7 
311 
118 
90 


1 

31 

1,39 ;> 

271 
523 


1 
20 
720 
140 

aoa 


"il 

673 

131 

214 


1,781 


93B 


792 


437 


228 


209 


B,0l9 


2,799 


2,220 


8,122 


4,396 


3,727 


1,012 


454 


568 


2.225 


1,196 


1,029 


!I,3M 


28,784 


27,562 


9,013 


4,636 


4,377 


66,211 


34,117 


82,004 


13,074 


7,564 


6,610 


11.020 


5,696 


6,434 


20,803 


0.236 


0,673 


9B 


03 


35 


27 


15 


12 


785 


4o3 


332 


6,692 


3,837 


2,756 


64 


25 


3'.l 


6,528 3,3011 3.253 


4 


... 


4 


























27 f IS 


.02 


63 


3S 


27 


16 


12 


785 


453 


332 


6.692 


3,837 


3,755 


64 


26 


39 


6,555 3,273 3 377 


^ 






B 


B 






^m 


■ 


^J 



CeoaoB of lodore State 1901, 

Indort State. 



34 



tabl; 

Liai 





• 




s> 


• 


« 


9 


S) 


8 


s 


o 


^ 




2 


• ■ ■ 


» ■ 


• . 


• • 

• 



Dialect. 



Population, 



CD 

a 
o 

70 

4> 



CO 









lihanpura. 



Indore. 



c 
c 



00 

"a 






8 



9 







• 


c 


• 


s 


o 


1 


s 


(1. 


11 


£ 


10 


12 



« 

H 
H 

a 



a; 
O 



95 

-S 

H 



m 

H 

CO 



.5 

si: 



< 








Bhagori 

Deswali 

Hindi 

Himlustani 

Khichi wadi ... 

Umat wadi ... 

Urdu 

Total Western Hindi Dialects 
proper to Central India ... 



Antervedi 
Braj Bakha 

Total Western Hindi not proper 
to Centrallndla... 



••• 



Total Western group 

Gondi 
Pahadi 



••• 



t{ 



I 



\{ 






Total Bagbelkhandi 
Total Central group 

Bengali 

Total Eastern group 

Bagri 
Bhili 

Total Bhil Dialects 

Banjari 
Labbani ... 

Total (proper to Central India), 







r? 









4 si I 

•«5 ( 



Canarese 
Telagu 

Total Telagu 

Tamili 

Total Dravidian Family 

Persian 

Total Indo European Family... 

ArnDIC ... •.. ... 

Total Semitic Family 

Total B. Vernaculars of Asia ... 

English •.. ... ... 

TotaLLanguages foreign to India, 
Total Population ... 



64 

6 

464,994 

16,884 

4 

46 

10,817 



492,816 

13 
172 

186 
493,000 

15 

9 

24 



8 



8 



24,620 
24,626 

4,243 

24 

4,267 



53 

320 

373 

220 

220 

61 

61 

18 

18 I 

79 

35 

35 

850,690 



64 

3 

237,359 

9,960 

2 

23 

5,909 



263,320 

6 

87 

93 
253,413 

10 

7 

17 



I 



5 

5 

12,150 

12,155 

2,240 

17 

2,257 



38 

182 

220 

132 

132 

30 

30 

9 

9 

39 

22 

22 

437,282 



3 

227,635 

6,924 

2 

23 
4908 



239,495 



85 



92 



239,587 

5 
2 



3 
1 

12,470 
12,471 

2,003 

7 

2,010 



70,398 
23 



524 



70,946 



•.ft 



104 



104 
71,049 



23 



36,373 
12 



258 



36,643 



50 



50 



36,693 



12 



23 



15 

138 

153 

88 

88 

31 

31 
9 
9 

40 



5 
5 



12 



34,025 
11 



266 



34,302 



*.. 



54 



54 
34,356 



6 

li5,170 

12,825 

4 

46 

6,753 



134,804 70,944 



11 



11 



38 



38 



134,842 

11 

6 

17 



59.526 

7,656 

2 

23 

3,734 



I 



a 

5,168 
I 

23 
3,01S 



11 



11 



8 

8 
2 

1,520 
1,522 

22 



22 



70,956 

6 

4 

10 



6 

1 

722 

723 

14 

... 
14 



63,86G 



% 



2: 



63,88: 



I 



"i 



2 

a 

1 

798 
799 

8 



13 



13 



413,408 I 95,267 



«.. 



23 

315 

338 
211 
211 

5 



49,288 



45,979 



15 
15 

20 
35 

35 
254,423 



13 
178 
191 
125 
125 
3 



7 

7 

10 

22 



8 



10 

237 

147 

66 

86 



22 



130,8 



3 



8 

8 

10 

13 

13 

Jd%55 



—Continued. 



35 



Censng of Indorc State I90I. 



Se. 



Khargon, 



■ 

3 



9 



13 



oe> 
o 



14 



s 



15 



Mahifpm 


r. 


AfaruUeshwsr. 


m 

GD 




S 


^ 




• i 


o 

g 


• 




Persor 


00 

o 

'3 


"5 
B 

Pm 


18 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 



NematDor, 



CO 

a 
o 

CO 

•> 

o 



22 






23 



OB 
O 

-a 

B 
o 



Rampura, 



m 



24 I 



25 



00 



26 



8 



&4 



27 



Ittdore City. 



00 

e 
o 

00 

w 

O 



28 



•a 



29 



•a 
a 

Ci4 



30 



••• 
••• 
271 
645 



,006 



922 



••• 



••• 



922 



••■ 



946 
»50 



829 



B29 



••• 



2 



••• 



1 
1 
1 



!•• 



• •• 



889 



• •• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


■ •• 


64 


64 


27,486 
938 


25,785 
707 


80,y88 
30 


42,'6b8 
17 


38[980 
13 


32*879 
2,293 


16,605 
1,300 


••• 


•■• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


496 


• • • 
510 


••• 
410 


1!)3 


••• 
217 


••• 
657 


3€4 


28,920 


27,002 


81,428 


42,218 


89,210 


36,893 


18,333 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


»•• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


•• • 


•• • 


2 


2 


• •• 


12 


12 


••• 


••• 


2 


2 


••• 


12 


12 


28,920 


27,002 


Bl,i30 


12,220 


89,210 


35,905 


18,846 


••• 


•»• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


4 


4 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


4 


4 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


•• • 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


4 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


6,951 


5,995 


• ■• 


••• 


••• 


11,154 


5,477 


6,956 


6,996 


••■ 


• ■• 


••• 


11,154 


6,477 


1,000 


829 


49 


25 


24 


1,003 


697 


■ •• 


••• 


••• 


• • • 


••• 


• • • 


••• 


1,000 


829 


49 


25 


24 


1,003 


697 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


22 


18 


• •• 


••• 


••• 




• • • 


••• 


••• 


• •« 


••• 


••• 




••• 


22 


18 


1 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


2 


I 


1 


1 


••• 




••• 


2 


1 


• • • 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


•■• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


... 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 




••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


69,796 


66,693 


DUG7 


17^6 


1U82 


121,791 


62,616 



16,274 
993 



293 



17,660 



68,061 
8 



385 



68,464 



32,860 
8 



••• 



35,701 



337 



82,706 



16 



16 



17,560 68,470 



5,677 
6,677 

'106 



406 



4 
1 



69,806 



••• 



12 



12 



••• 



48 



44,227 
60 



1,082 



86,749 15,369 



••• 



32,717 



1,293 

2i 

1,317 



46 
46 



580 
17 



697 



••• 



36,763 



13 

15,382 



••• 



13 



••• 



23,001 
29 



527 



23,667 



21,226 
31 



555 



••• 



6 

^1,892 
8,289 

4 

46 

5,856 



••• 



••• 



713 



720 



••• 



46 



• •» 



91,279 



26 



26 



26 



20 
20 



••• 



20 



24 



••• 



24 



6 
9 
9 
8 
2 
It 



••■ 



21,812^,093 



6 

23,663 



••• 



••• 



19 



12 



••• 



••• 



•»• 



46,868 



••• 



••• 



46,411 



••• 



1 

1 
1 



7 
21,819 



38 

88 
^6,131 

10 



••■ 



12 



12 



••• 



3 

12,430 

5,089 

2 

23 

3,229 



3 

9,4(i2 

3,20(] 

2 

23 

2,627 



2a77616,317 



••• 



10 

8 



8 



11 

11 

20,737 



••• 



••• 



••• 



27 

27 
16.311 



5 



3 



••• ••• 



9 
1 

1 
10 



23 

316 

838 

207 
207 



13 
178 
191 
123 
123 



••• 



10,751 



01.387 



••• 



28J87 



6 
15 
16 
20 
86 
35 
103,841 



8 

7 

7 

10 

22 

22 



K 

137 

147 

84 

84 

2 

2 

8 

8 

10 

13 



13 



C»a»m o£ , Indore Stale 1901 . 


^^ 


■ 


■ 

35 




1 


F 


TABt 


^^ Indore State. 














Bird 

1 


^^M Uirtb-Plauk. 


POPULiTION. 


Bhanpcba Zilla. 


ISDOKK ZiLLA. 


KaARGON ZlLLA. | 






















■ 


Persons. Males. 


Femalea 


Persons 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


PeraooB, 


Males. 


Fern. 


1 


2 1 3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


~l 


Ali Rftiiiur 


99B 


433 


667 


22 




22 








953 


419 


6 


Bag!, 


39 


21 


18 


12 


'12 




'"4 


'"1 


"*3 








B*rw.ai 


2,194 


1,041 


1,153 








3 




3 


1,759 


840 


si 


Bhopal 


8,493 


4,049 


4,443 


lyi 


"ei 


I'io 


2,461 


1,486 


975 


104 


78 


1 


Datia 


875 


325 


650 








187 


63 


124 


8 


8 


J 


Dowaa, S. B. & J. B. 


9,513 


4,837 


4,675 


408 


153 


2S5 


6,430 


3,574 


2,8.^6 


153 


125 


.] 


Dhar 


10,977 


6,800 


5,177 


107 


48 


59 


3,856 


2,340 


1,518 


1,9.^0 


949 


i 


Gwalior 


46.569 


22,037 


24,533 


4.3S5 


1,450 


2,835 


18,987 


9,934 


9,053 


2,661 


1.689 


s 


Jndore 


673,301 


347,342 


329,139 


79,758 


43,280 


36,478 


186,843 


82,353 


94,491 


109,718 


55,288 


SM 


Jaora 


1,878 


831 


1,017 


236 


135 


101 


309 


139 


80 


49 


41 




. Jhabna 


1,713 


761 


961 


8 




8 


1,616 


678 


838 


5 


3 






l.OltJ 


409 


607 


985 


378 


607 


31 


31 










Manpur(Bn(.Vi) 


4,G99 


4,697 


3 














3,aJ5 


3,203 




Naraingarli 


9it2 


399 


503 


780 


E66 


514 


"94 


"47 


"47 


52 


62 




Orehha 


118 


58 


60 




















Panna 


IS 


10 


3 




















Bajgarli 
lUtlam 


702 


287 


415 


604 


218 


38i; 


74 


"63 


"ii 








1,653 


836 


817 


41 


27 


14 


1,026 


668 


468 


"l9 


"j9 


[i 


niwa 


26 


23 


2 








12 


11 


I 


9 


9 




Suilana 


153 


68 


85 


1 




"1 


99 


22 


77 


10 


10 




Sanithar 


173 


no 


66 




















Silaniau 


613 


394 


119 


"16 


16 




"45 


"34 


"ii 


"12 


"12 




Central India, (Cipectji^d}... 


3,710 


1,855 


1,855 


648 


339 


309 


2,520 


X,3U 


1,206 


12 


12 




Total CentralJIndia ... 


773.817 


306.612 


376,900 


88,102 


46,373 


41,726 


224,397 


112,647 


U1,7S0 


180,659 


98,757 


6J,« 


Aiwar 


240 


152 


88 


16 


16 


1 


174 


108 


66 


J 


1 


i 


B.inijwara 


17 


17 




















■ 


Bharatpur 


239 


148 


"91 


"33 


23 


"io 


i'ofi 


"57 


"49 


"42 


■30 


fl 


Bikaner 


6S 


23 


35 


13 


12 


1 


10 


6 


4 


28 




■ 


BuDdi 


149 




80 


27 


7 


20 


45 


34 


11 






■ 


Dholpur 


69 


61 


18 


9 


8 


1 


60 


38 


13 






■ 


Jaipur 


4,Bfll 


2,736 


2,1 !5 


S92 


161 


131 


2,673 


1,486 


1,187 


166 


113 


H 


Jasulmer 


38 


25 


13 


19 


8 


11 


6 


4 


2 








Jh..tlawar 


5,142 


1.855 


3,287 


4,170 


1,503 


2,667 


194 


121 


73 


"31 


"io 




Kaiauli 


48 


16 


32 


29 


4 


35 


19 


12 


7 








Kmhengarli ... 


27 


16 


U 


23 


13 


10 


4 


3 


I 






„ 


Kola 


1.281 


GOl 


777 


837 


233 


604 


228 


151 


77 


"23 


"21 




Marwflr 


6,99(1 


2,933 


3,063 


308 


148 


160 


1,183 


653 


C25 


678 


169 


i 


Mewar 


4,741 


2,330 


2,511 


58? 


303 


184 


980 


446 


531 


497 


273 


S: 


Prat»bgarU 


1.121 


643 


478 


36 


35 




640 


340 


200 


30 


30 




TonV 


371 


195 


178 


144 


66 


"78 


113 


98 


14 


4 






Jlajputana. {CmiKCified) ... 


436 


277 


159 








218 


105 


113 


103 


"86 


1 


^^H Total Rajputana ... 


21,834 


lt,890 


12,944 


6.642 


8,539 


4,003 


6,642 


3,C67 


2,978 


l,-08 


722 


7i 


Aimer 


3fi8 


163 


145 








S08 


105 


103 


9 


6 




Baroda 


168 


76 


H2 








163 


76 


92 








Bengal 


63 


33 


30 








62 


22 


30 








Bombay Presidency 


21,149 


10.549 


10,600 


239 


138 


in 


8,3.S2 


3,419 


4,933 


9,160 


5,156 


3,91 


Central Provinces 


9,005 


4,102 


4,903 


10 


3 


7 


1,609 


664 


'.■45 


873 


333 


5- 


Uoiderabad 


30 


1i! 


18 








30 


12 


18 








Madraf, 


99 


07 


43 


"jl 


11 




74 


32 


42 


"3 


"3 




North-Wcst Profiocca 


■21.0P3 


13,544 


7,549 


325 


215 


i'io 


12,653 


10,145 


2,508 


3,187 


820 


2,31 


w 


420 


.3 


177 


38 


19 


19 


333 


181 


153 








^H Total 


52,334 


28.778 


23,566 


623 


376 


247 


23,478 


14,6C« 


8,823 


13,822 


6,317 


a,9{ 


. England and \V„k'^ 


5 


3 


3 








S 


2 


3 






1 


^^H Total Population ... 


iso.eso 


137,282 


113,403 


95,267 


49,286 


46,979 


254,423 


130,872 


123,551 


135,339 


69,796 


65,5C 




■ 






■ 




■ 


■ 




^ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 



1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


P 


■ 


37 


■ 


■ 


■ 


CenMiM 


^ 


MAHiTrUKZir.La. 


M*ND 


.BaHWAK 


Zjlla. 


Neuawab ZtLL*. 


Kahpcra Zt 


LA. 


IfJUOflB ClTV. 


»„. 


Mdes. 


Femilea. 


Peraon. 


Males. 


Female*. 


Person. 


Males. 


Feuial&i. 


Person. 


Males. 


Females 


PerHODa, 


Mtlcs. 


Females. 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


26 


26 


21 


28 








24 


13 


11 




















"e 


'"l 


"5 


3 

430 


2 

199 


1 
231 


"u 


'"6 


"9 


"*2 


"'2 




3 
3 


1 


a 
is 


lis 


"51 


'«7 


149 


9U 


59 


5,«0 


2,289 


3,V67 


23 


4 


lU 


2,098 


■i',347 


761 


6 


b 




10.) 


2 


08 


572 


244 




2 


2 




155 


50 


105 


I,W1 


T21 


i.stin 


199 


S3 


116 


283 


149 


134 


58 


33 


"2G 


1,886 


1,M0 


445 


IfiO 


74 


7ti 


4,327 


2,083 


2,244 


&6e 


-tf7 


279 


41 


19 


22 


1,5+8 


1.246 


303 


11,500 


4.8S7 


6,r>43 


3,US6 


1,666 


1,.531 


2,I«6 


1.244 


B42 


3.firi.l 


1,3(18 


2,556 


6.174 


2,635 


3,639 


,7«.177 


40,578 


34,8Q9 


102,175 


52,563 


19.712 


71,7«3 


35,898 


35,865 


611.G67 


27,383 


23,28-1 


49,142 


34,137 


25,005 


17!) 


iza 


57 


40 

1S3 


27 

70 


13 

113 


10 


1 


9 

... 


1,149 


376 


773 


112 
4 
31 


81 
4 
31 


31 








1,494 


1,494 






















*23 


"u 


"'9 


2 


2 




"is 

118 
12 


"s 

58 
ID 


"'7 

GO 


"26 


"io 


"16 


... ^^ 


' ' 17 


"■ 15 


*83 


""e 


'17 


"1 


















"' f-b 


"" 65 




. B4 


37 


JJ7 


237 


165 


72 


'4 


'"2 


"2 


262 


"is 


244 


311 


242 


"' 69 


"■ 






"23 


"20 


"'3 


4 

iVe 


3 

i'io 


1 
"66 


"20 


"ifl 


"*4 


12 


a 


1 


' '« 


"is 


"3 


"27 


"27 




198 


198 




i96 


"I'n 


105 


" 17 


"" 17 




4 




4 


461 


130 


331 


4 


4 




61 


f>G 


5 


678 


379 


"'299 


B,560 


46,483 


43,067 


113,067 


68,625 


54,542 


81,371 


40,510 


40,861 


G6.371 


29,317 


27.064 


62.280 


31,782 


30,568 


2 

1 


2 

1 




21 

I 


11 

1 


10 


15 


10 


5 


15 


5 
15 




121 


85 


89 


16 


6 


"9 


5 


'■" 




34 


"25 


"'9 


4 

7 


2 
5 


"'3 
2 


" 67 
9 


"" 35 
5 


"* 33 

4 


'■81 


*12 


"'0 


'"2 

1 


2 

1 




"io 

1 


^ 


'"b 
1 


44 

8 


9 
4 


36 

4 


S4 
33 


21 
25 


3 

8 


157 


129 


i'ia 


aes 


380 


286 


550 


315 


335 


259 
13 


152 
13 


107 


2,2da 

6 


1,265 
3 


1,003 


306 


"ei 


245 


"28 


"io 


"18 


"e 


""4 


"'2 


407 


146 


261 


180 
8 
4 


116 
6 

a 


65 
2 

I 


"m 


12 


"ii 


64 


34 


"30 








106 


"53 


"53 


133 


186 


7 


416 


177 


239 


1,082 


004 


478 


2,009 


1,(B6 


973 


360 


191 


169 


1,136 


618 


619 


: 580 


1S6 


164 


696 


394 


SOU' 


92 


64 


28 


1,669 


506 


974 


967 


436 


B31 


7 


6 


1 


66 


Sfl 


Iti 


63 


63 




380 


119 


261 


540 


340 


200 


24 


U 


13 


2 


2 




32 


1 


*31 


63 


17 


36 


41 


32 


12 


11 


8 


3 


43 


33 


"]'o 


41 


35 


6 


20 


10 


10 


197 


63 


184 


1,408 


681 


822 


2,676 


1,627 


1,140 


2,013 


1,618 


1,205 


3,250 


1,336 


1,014 


5,738 


3,078 


2,662 


11 


» 


3 


39 


20 


19 


31 


15 


6 


20 


10 


11) 


114 

103 


63 
76 


81 

92 




'"2 
















"'s 


"*8 




41) 


10 


:¥> 


439 


205 


144 


1,925 


995 


930 


370 


232 


138 


674 


321 


350 


:,6U 


3,070 


1.441 


20* 


4+ 


ISO 


1,664 


624 


1,040 


4,643 


2,432 


8,210 


3 


2 


1 


1,480 
30 


615 
12 


865 


"*« 






""3 


"3 










3 


"'2 




74 


32 


42 


S38 


152 


"k 


2,348 


822 


1,524 


1,962 


!,wii 


901 


383 


329 


"53 


8,433 


7,002 


1,431 


4 


4 




1 




1 








44 




5 


331 


179 


152 


004 


611 

... 


3B3 


6,978 


2,464 


3,514 


6,9B0 


3,740 


3,255 


1,133 


714 


419 


18,211 


11,060 
2 


7,162 
3 


1,867 


47.6?5 


44.282 


121.721 


62,616 


60.205 


91,379 


45,868 


45,411 


60,754 


31.367 


£9,3E7 


86.244 


46,859 


40.356 


^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 



NOTE ON THE CENSUS 
OF 

RIWA STATE. 



1. DeieripUon.—Riwa is the Only large state in Baghelkhand. It 13 the secoad largest 
state iu Central India having an area a little more than balf that of Qwalior. Its area 
ia about 13,000 aquare miles which may be compared to that of Balgaria (13.362), and a 
population ot 1,327,385. It 13 bounded on the north by the United Provinces of Agra and 
OuJh, on the east by the 'Bengal district of Uhutia Nagpur and on the south by the Central 
Provinces. On ita western side it meets the states of Bundelkband. It contains two natural 
divisions, Lowlying with 3,77S sqQure miles of area and Hilly with ^,222. 

II Adminittratioe divisiom. — Riwa is divided for administrative purposes into 7 per- 
ianal, 3 of which, Bardi, Kamaitgar and Sobagpur fall in the Hilly tracts. 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). The smallest is Mhowganj with an area of 
7fjl. The size of the perganat is noticeable. 

III f/M£oricaZ.— The ruler of Riwa is a Hajput of the Baghel branch of the Solanki 
race descended from ihe founder of the Anhulwari Pattan dynasty. The present ruler suc- 
ceeded lu 1^380. 

IV. JVii! Ceniwj.— The Census of the Stale was admirably carried ontbytheNaih 
Cewan Rao Bahadur Lai Pratsp Singh. The Darbar spent a considerable sum on the work. 
The books were moat eiuuileotly filled m and were the most legibly written of any. 



" r«ad " RtebniaJiiiiS*'' 



village population i-M. 

VII. Torvn. and Village Groups.— Most people live in towns of 5,000-10,000. But vil- 
lages of under 500 are preferred. 

VIII. Variation. — Tables II & IV need 00 special comment. They aliew the variation 
irhioh has taken place. 

IS. Proportion af Sexet.—TheTB are 1,013 women to 1,000 men in the State an increase 
since 1891 of 2i females in 1,000. There is also now an ercess of 8,000 females instead of 
a similar defect. The two natunil divisions both shew an excess. There aie more females 
in the Low-lying than the Hilly Tracts- The better enumeration most be the cause of this. 

S. Cioil Condition- — There ore a large number of wives to husbands, about 105 wives 
to 100 husbands. As will be seen it is the Hilly tracts which mainly raise the Ggure. I have 
in the report mentioned that Gonds, who chiefly people the region, shew signs of polygamy 
and many Goods have, I believe, come under the class of Hindus, through concealing their 
tribal names and returning themselves as Rnjputs. There is a marked ditference between 
the infant marriage of girls in the Hilly and Low-lying tracts at 0—10 which are as nsoal 
equalised at 15—40 ouly- 

XI- LiUracy. — 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. 

XII. Mfam of E.hicition — Schools — English up to Entrance 2, Vemacnlnr Middle 
S, Vernacular Upper Primary 21!, Vernaoular Lower Primary 2, Girls' school Lower 
Primnry 1, Arabic 1, Persian 1, Sanskrit 1. and Sanskrit Visharada 1. 

SHI. Z/anjfMaje*-— The languages and dialects most prevalent in Riwa are Baghel- 
khandi, Hindi. Urdu, Bnudelkhimdi, Gondi (which is only in Sohagpur pergana) and 
Slarvadi met with in almost all the perganat of the State. 



39 



Genius of l^i^^* ^^te 1901. 



XIV. 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 
iStaie. 

XV. — Occvpations which may be considered as prodominaiing in the S^af^:— Herdsmen* 
Cultivators, Farm servants, General labour, Merchants, Grain dealers. Coal Mine subordi- 
nates, etc., etc. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE 1. 



Riwa State. 



Density of the Population. 



Natubal Divisions and Distrkjts. 



Riwa State- 
Lowly ing tracts 
Hilly tract* 
Urbau 
Kurd 



••• 
••• 



... 
••• 
••• 
••• 



State 



Mean density per square mile. 



1901. 



17605 

71-81 

9331-21 

100409 



10210 



1891. 



199-20 

82-01 

8949-24 

1144-86 



11607 



1881. 



186-56 

6507 

8316-66 

988-99 



100-39 






1872. 



Variation increase + or decrea8e( — ) 



1891 

to 

1901. 



6 



••• 
... 
••• 

• a. 



— 23-16 

— 10-20 
+ 371-97 

— 140-77 



— 13 97 



1881 

to 
1891. 



+ 1264 
-f. 16-94 
- - 632-58 
-- 155*87 



+ 16-68 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IL 
General Distributien of Population by Religion. 



1872 

to 
1881. 



8 



••• 

... 



Net varia- 
tion. 



1872—1901. 
(+) or (-> 



— 1011 
+ 6-74 





1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of Variation 
Increase (+) DecreaBe(— ). 


Net variatioa 

1881 to 

1901. 


Relioiost. 


Number. 


Proportion 

per 

10,000. 


■ 

Number. 


Proportion 
per 
10,000 


Number. 


Proportion 

per 

10,000. 


1891 to 1901. 


1881 to 1891. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


• 


10 


Hindus 
Animists 

Total Hindus & Animists... 

Mahoniedan 

vttlQ ... ... 

(Uttiera 


1,013,350 

280,502 

1,293,862 

32,918 

529 
86 


763418 
211319 

9702-17 

247-99 

3-98 

•64 


... 

... 

1,471,763 

36,591 
305 
284 


... 
• .• 

0,763-60 

242-49 
202 
1-88 


... 
1,273,896 

81,107 
86 
36 


••• 
••• 

0300-90 

238-29 
•65 
•27 


— 13-76 

— 11-15 
+ 42.34 
—230-23 


••• 
•• • 

+13-44 

+14-98 
4-71-80 
+87-32 


••• 
••• 

+10,067 

+ 1811 
+ 443 
+ 60 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE in. 
Distribution of Religions by Natural Divisions. 





Hindu. 


MUSALMAN. 


Animist. 


Othibs. 


• 

Natural Divisions. 


Proportion per 10,000. 


Proportion per 10,000. 


• 

Proportion per 10,000. 


Proportion per 10,600. 




1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1901. 


1891, 


1881. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


W 


11 


12 


33 


L#wlying tracti ... 
Hilly tracts 


P481.30. 
6957*25. 


••• 


••• 

••• 


300*56 
205-24 


••• 


••• 


1188-99 
2833-32 


... 
... 


... 
... 


713 
417 


... 
••• 


••• 
••• 



Ceoins of Riwa SUte 1001. 



t State. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 
General proportion o£ the Sexes by Natural DiviBiona. 



Females ta 1,000 Males. 



Lo wiping tracU 
Bill7 tracts 



I 



joieaa 

lOlOOi 
1013-08 



9973S 

98073 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 
Actual esceB8 or defect of females by Natural Divisions. 



Natdbil DtvieiONH and Distbicti. 



Number of Fl-ihrIiss ia cxi 
(+) or iD dA„l(-) 



Lowljlag tracta 
Bill; tracta 



+ 6,3:7 
+ 3,314 
+ S,fi31 



+ 7682 
4- 10,926 
— 3,S40 



W SUBSIDLVRY TABLE VI. 

Diatribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex for Natural Divieions and Districts. 



■ 


Civil CoDdition of 10,000 Males. 


At all age*. 


0—10. 


10—15. 


16-40. 


40 BDd over. _ 


BTBICTS. 


1 


1 


1 


1 

s 




1 

1 


.2 


1 


•s 

is 


1 


1 


1 

i 


■s 


1 

1 


1 


a 


o 


s 


■^ 


a 


■■^ 


1 


a 


3 


A 


fi 


• 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16^ 


MCtB ... 


4838-1 6 


4021-62 


1139-38 


1097-40 


8772.47 


130-04 


3629-17 


6104-74 


36609 


6471-37 


2433-86 


1091-77 


6301-76 


901-93 


2796-32 


f iraclB 


4483-58 


4730-84 


780-58 


656-33 


a«17-66 


26-01 


S698-4i 


7177-1 


234-46 


6304-32 


3960-63 


;45-05 


7139-06 


869-78 


219116 


ste ... 


488r4S 


4378-60 


66002 


808-20 


9117'32 


74 43 


3114 83 


8639-86 


346-31 


6391-00 


36S7 22 92178 


670216 


790-92 


2508-9^ 


CRA Divi- 


Civil ConfiiiioQ of 10,000 Females, H 


At all a^e«. 


— 10 


10 — 15. 


15 — 10 


40 ao.l ■ 


STBlCra. 


1 

3 


i 


'^ 


■2 


i 


1 


a 


1 

P 


■2 

J 


.a 
C 


i 


? 


i 


g 


1 


1 


2 


3 


4 


G 


6 


7 


s 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


16 1 16 ( 


'lying 
MU ... 


484760 


327407 


1878-33 


1222-41 


8588-95 


188-64 


5237-66 


4376-TO 


38G-64 


6973-89 


U7roa 


1555-09 


4588-89 


629-02 


4888-1^1 


r tmcti 


4801-84 


3680-20 


1538-46 


874-73 


911546 


G9'82 


3782-22 


5831-19 


386-6Q 


7258;i0 


1175-83 


12C8-5e 


5285-93 


S93-S2 


44£M«H 


;ate ... 


4824)56 


3466-42 


170803 


1014-22 


SSS7-S1 


127-07 


448604 


6127-8S 


38614 


7116-98 


1472-11 


141261 


1320-76 


416-42 466282 








1 



41 

<.Vnsii!i of Bi«a State 1901. 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE VII. 
Ritca Stale. Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religions aud Natural Divisions. 





Number of Married females jyer 1,000 Married Aialei, 


Natural Divisions. 


All Religions. 


Hindu. 


Musalman. 


Jain. 


Animist. 


Others. 


CitioB. 


Rural are% 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


Lowlying tracts 
Hilly tracts 

statG ••• 


1017-83 
1081-64 

1,04849 


1011-78 
1096'b6 

1,048-41 


1018*83 
941*52 

989-67 


613-66 
1191-48 

713 37 


1057-77 
1057-75 

1,06-76 


722*22 
312*5 

629*41 


Nil. 
Nil. 
Nil. 


3763-35 
9221-82 

12,996 17 



SUIiSIDlARY TABLE VIII. 
Education bv Ajje, Hex and Natural Divisions. 











Literate 


per 1,000 


. 








Natural Divisions. 


All ages. 


0—10 


10—15 


16-20 


20 and over. 




Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Lowlying tracts 

Hilly tracts ••• 

State 


46-95 
45-86 

46-40 


8-62 
7'36 

8-00 


11-57 

8-26 

9.80 


4*79 
3*88 

4-32 


49*78 
43-91 

46,86 


27-87 
12*13 

1976 


6815 
84-89 

76*68 


16-06 
28-63 

22*38 


67*20 
67*51 

67*42 


281 
6*26 

4*49 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IX. 
Distribution of Principal Languages. 



Distribution by Language of lOfiOO of 
Population, 



Distribution by Residenci of lOfiOO 
speaking each Language, 



Natural Divisions. 














* 


t IT 


w 


•r 






Baghel- 
kliandi. 


Hindi. 


Bundel- 
khandi. 


Rajas- 
thani. 


E. 


A. 


B. 


C. 


D. 


B. 


1 




2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


HiUy 
Lowling 

State 


•*• 
••• 

••• 


9992*64 
997514 

9983*87 


7*05 
24*80 

16*96 


•25 

• •• 

12 


•10 
•06 

05 


••• 
••• 

••• 


■ ■• 
••• 


••• 
••• 

••• , 


••• 
••• 

•* • 


••• 
• •• 


••• 
••• 

•■• 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE X. 

Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. 









Persons. 
















Percentage of Variation 
Decrease ( — ) or In- 




Caste, Tribe and Race. 










Rbvakks. 








1901. 


1881. 


crease(+)1881 to 1901. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


RIWA STATE.- 














Hindu.— 














Ahir ••• ... 


••. 


.. • 


52,370 


61,586 


— 17*69 




Balai 


... 


... 


1,729 


... 


.. • 




Bania 


• . • 


•• ■ 


38,053 


29,:^65 


+ 22-83 




Brahman 


... 


••• 


228,049 


290,173 


— 29-42 


« 


Chamar 


••• 


• a. 


78,163 


... 


••• 




Gujar 


... 


■ •• 


192 


... 


•*• 




Kaclichi 
Kunbi 


••• 
••• 


... 


37,373 

79,482 


... 

78,764 


... 
+ -90 




Teli 


... 


».. 


35.839 


••• 


•«. 




Kajput 


••• 


• «• 


72,1*26 


43,609 


+ 39-53 




Animist.— 














Gond 


••• 


• •• 


63,086 


139,626 


— 121-32 




Kola 


•*• 


• •• 

i 


65,249 


162,481 


— 148-97 





Comparison with 1891 figures is not possible as no such details were given for States on that occasion. 



■ 


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TABLE VII. V 




■ 


■ 






Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 








^^1 


Riwfl Staie. 


All ReUgloas. 




1 


1 


■ 


AoB. 


Population. 


nHMAnaiEn. 


Marhikd. 


WlUUWKD. ^H 


Pereona. 


MdCB. 


Feiiialoa 


PerBona. 


Males. 


FenxJex 


PersoiiB. 


Mules. 


Female!!. 


PemoDH 


Males. 


Fewisr 

13 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


■ ... ... 


4o.eoi 


30,795 


19.806 


40.376 


20,649 


19,728 


218 


146 


72 


- 


1 


« 


^^H 


33,4 SO 


16.826 


17,595 


33,-,<»3 


15,G09 


17,384 


410 


209 


201 


17 


7 


10 


^^M J-3 


41,547 


21.360 


30,187 


40,390 


£0,881 


19,509 


823 


468 


365 


831 


21 


314 


^B 3!^ 


35.743 


17,248 


18,494 


33,007 


15,837 


17,170 


2.133 


1,143 




60S 


268 


^m 


W 4-» ... 


33,611* 


16,340 


17.279 


30,107 


14,843 


19,261 


2,837 


],l>46 


1,591 


675 


261 


n 


^^Kotai o-B 


184,929 


91,668 


93,361 


176,873 


87,818 


89,000 


6,420 


3,802 


8,218 


1,636 


C48 


^^ 


^^H &-10 


139,969 


69,620 


70,439 


115,087 


69,051 


56,036 


23,213 


9,818 


13,305 


1,669 


661 


1.008 


^^^H 10— IS 


163,576 


86,788 


76.787 


97,001 


57,626 


39,376 


61,480 


27,033 


34,447 


6,091 


2,129 


2.965 


^^H 1&-S0 


|35,6SI 


88,608 


67,01.1 


53,101 


34,757 


18,647 


74,077 


30,636 


44.441 


7,atXi 


3.37) 


3,935 


^^H 20-25 


111.925 


53,992 


67,933 


24.154 


15,731 


8,423 


77,810 


33,892 


43,918 


9,961 


4.369 


6,692 


^^H 36-30 


112,(;73 


56,419 


57.254 


17,841 


11,117 


0,724 


82,454 


38,059 


43,495 


12.378 


5,343 


T.036 


^^H 30—36 


105,533 


53,331 


62.202 


11.6->6 


7,007 


4,619 


76,941' 


40,380 


36,569 


16,958 


6,944 


11,014 


^^^H 35—40 


84,129 


41,032 


43,097 


7,033 


4,696 


2,438 


69,394 


30,356 


29,028 


17,712 


6.081 


11,631 


^^■^ iO— 4? 


89,020 


44,315 


44,706 


6,629 


4,866 


2,364 


58,865 


31,383 


24,482 


26,626 


8,607 


17,869 


45-50 


58.216 


30,129 


28,086 


4,019 


2,644 


1.375 


35,873 


20,279 


15,694 


18,323 


7.206 


11,117 


M—6S 


68,495 


27.262 


31,233 


2.869 


1,^29 


1,040 


32,556 


19,393 


14,163 


23,070 


7.040 


lb.030 


55-BO 


30.749 


li;,809 


18 880 


1,961 


1,336 


626 


20.708 


10.395 


10,313 


13,«8'i 


6,139 


7.941 


60 .nd over ... 


47,405 


20,401 


27,004 


1,763 


924 


838 


21,890 


12,67f 


9,2 a 


23,7S.l 


6,798 


16,965 


Mot etiiu-j 


97 


83 


14 


1 


1 




82 


72 


10 


14 


10 


4 


Total ... 


1327380 


660,377 


668,008 020,260 


a8S,70o|23 1,560 


029,601 


307,377 


322,284 


177,464 


63,300 


114,164 


Hindu. ^M 


K 0-1 


32,312 


16,542 


16,770 


3S,152 


16,433 


15,719 


16i5 


108 


49 


4 


1 


S 


^H 


26.947 


11,788 


14,159 


25.689 


11. 6W 


14,026 


249 


119 


130 


» 


6 


3 


^P 


31.492 


10.117 


15,376 


30,601 


1S.804 


14,797 


676 


302 


274 


3;5 


11 


301 


^r 


27.849 


13.378 


14,471 


26,494 


12.128 


13,366 


1,805 


1,012 


793 


660 


238 


3 IS 


n 


25,037 


11,812 


13,225 


22,250 


10,613 


11,C37 


2,231 


992 


1,239 


656 


807 


319 


1 Total 0—6 


142.637 


69,637 


73,000 


136,186 


66,641 


6B,046 


6,017 


S,033 


2.484 


1,434 


463 


071 


^^H 5-10 


10B,491 


62,3*»i 


63.187 


84,608 


43,681 


40,987 


19,673 


8.123 


11,450 


1,260 


500 


760 


^^B 


132.2a4 


U4,895 


57.389 


69.143 


41,722 


27,421 


4S.410 


21,599 


27,841 


3,701 


1.674 


2,127 


^^H 15—20 


105,244 


53,872 


51,37 K 


41,764 


27,697 


14,067 


58,010 


23,509 


34.501 


6,170 


8,666 


2.804 


^^H 20-26 


83.033 


40.620 


42,412 


18,691 


12.507 


6,081 


56,668 


24,503 


32.065 


7,873 


3,610 


4,363 


^^V 


85,425 


42,357 


43.068 


14,040 


8,806 


5,234 


61,697 


29,118 


32.479 


9,788 


4,435 


6.355 


^^r 30-35 


78,893 


4'j.ei2 


38,081 


9,329 


6,912 


3,417 


66,383 


30,078 


80,305 


13,181 


4.822 


8,359 


^H 3S~U) 


04,180 


31,910 


32,270 


6,526 


8,947 


1,579 


44,900 


23,113 


21,787 


13,754 


4,850 


8,904 


^V 10-46 


69,055 


34,512 


34,643 


6,129 


3,470 


1,669 


42,991 


23,913 


19,018 


20,935 


7,099 


13,836 


^* 45-50 


44,867 


23,461 


21,396 


3,214 


S,112 


1,1U2 


27,266 


15.627 


11.738 


14,378 


6,822 


8.556 


60—55 


46,B47 


21.717 


24,230 


2,361 


3,507 


854 


25,465 


14.3*7 


n,io8 


18,131 


6,863 


12.268 


M— (JO 


28,446 


13.834 


14.611 


1,579 


3,180 


399 


16,672 


8,:i86 


8,187 


10,294 


4,369 


6,035 


00 and over ... 


37,829 


16,341 


21,468 


1,508 


783 


725 


17,206 


10,OJ6 


7,180 


19.115 


6,532 


13,583 


Not Stated 


31 


SO 


U 


1 


1 




17 


9 


8 


13 


10 


3 


Total ... 


lOiasso 


Q06,SBS 


607,008 


303,039 


210,066 173,073 


480,094 234,813 


246,18. 


139.317 


51,613 


87,804 


J 


L 0-. ... 


17 


6 


a 


17 


6 


11 












.V 


^_ 1-2 


9 


6 


3 


9 


6 
















^H 


21 


13 


8 


20 


12 




1 


""1 










^M 


12 


7 


6 


It 


7 




1 




'"1 








■ ^' 


9 


3 


6 


6 


2 




3 


1 


2 


""1 




"^ 


^■Xotal 0-0 


68 


35 


33 


63 


33 


29 


6 


2 


3 


I 


... 


M 


^H 5—10 


46 


29 


17 


39 


26 


J3 


7 


8 


4 






M 


^^H 


63 


24 


19 


41 


24 


17 


12 


10 


2 








^B 15-SO 


112 


47 


66 


25 


11 


14 


S3 


20 


27 


31 


10 


u 


^H SU--JS 


41 


28 


13 


1 


1 




36 


24 


IS 


4 


3 




^r 25-30 


36 


21 


15 


3 


1 


'"a 


31 


19 


12 


! 


1 




^ 30-35 


39 


16 


23 


2 


2 




32 


13 


19 


6 


1 




35—40 


S2 


13 


9 








19 


12 


7 


9 


1 




4i;-46 


S4 


14 


10 


I 




""1 


18 


12 


6 


6 


2 




45-60 


26 


15 


11 


1 


'"1 




17 


12 


5 


8 


8 




60—66 


27 


12 


16 








17 


8 


9 


JO 


4 




66-CO 


14 


9 


5 


"1 


"1 


.., 


10 


8 


2 


3 






W «nd over ... 


21 


U 


10 








12 


6 


4 


9 


""3 




Nut StnteJ 










... 






... 






... 




Total ... 


028 


.84 


240 


176 


100 


76 


260 


IS? 


112 


84 


27 


■^ 





1 


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I 


I 


■ 


■ 


■ 




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TABLE VIL ^^ 


^1 


^H 


1 


1 


H 




As:e, Sex and Civil Condition. 












£iwa State, Musalman. 






' 


m 


■ 






POfl7LATIO.\'. 


Unmaerjeu 




aiABriED 




WlDOWKP. 


^ 




Agk. 


















PeraoDS. 


Malee. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Fomiiles. 


P.™».. 


Hilee. 


Femd«. 


— 


I 


2 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


0—1 


922 


47!) 


443 


923 


478 


413 
















1— a 


679 


369 


310 


667 


361 


306 


"11 


'"s 


"'3 


""1 








2—3 


838 


438 


400 


799 


401 




31 


29 


2 


8 


'"a 






3 — 1 


950 


403 


447 


784 


396 


388 


54 


7 


47 


12 




12 




4-5 


8ii7 


401 


466 


7oy 


358 


361 


140 


43 


98 


18 


"1 


17 




Total 0—5 


4,166 


2,090 


2,086 


3.881 


1,996 


1.886 


236 


86 


150 


39 





30 




5—10 


.3,105 


l.GOl 


J. 504 


2,479 


1,330 


1,149 


671 


231 


340 


56 


40 


15 




10—15 


3,48i; 


1,M3 


1,533 


2,088 


1,339 


759 


1,285 


652 


733 


)13 


72 


41 




15-SO 


3,069 


1,649 


1,420 


1,059 


773 


287 


1.816 


7r,7 


1.049 


194 


110 


84 




30-35 


3.121 


1,4U 


1.710 


703 


391 


511 


2,157 


881 


1,276 


262 


139 


123 




26-30 


3,291 


1,572 


1,719 


470 


301 


160 


2,464 


1,144 


1,320 


357 


127 


230 




30-35 


3,329 


1,733 


1,597 


299 


146 


164 


2,654 


1,441 


1,213 


376 


146 


230 


1 


35—40 


2,033 


1,007 


1,032 


195 


74 


12] 


1,460 


773 


687 


384 


160 


224 


■ 


B id— 45 


2,216 


1,124 


1,092 


198 


117 


81 


l,4Sl 


8i6 


636 


537 


183 


375 


■ 


■ 4-i— 50 


1.483 


788 


GB7 


132 


75 


57 


935 


570 


365 


418 


143 


27^ 


I 


■ 50—55 


1,G33 


866 


777 


114 


94 


30 


944 


614 


330 


675 


158 


417 


I 


■ ' 55—60 


823 


401 


422 


43 




22 


459 


2tiG 


193 


321 


114 


207 


I 


■ GO ADd over ... 


1,147 


560 


587 


40 


34 


16 


506 


361 


144 


602 


176 


427 


1 


■ Not Htuled 


!8 


15 


3 




... 




17 


15 


2 


1 




1 


f 


^' Total 


32,018 


lfl,76B 


18,169 


11,700 


fl,668 


6,042 


16,884 


8,626 


8,438 


4,264 


1,676 


a,679 


E 


Animist. 






^ 0-1 


7,348 


:',i68 


3,580 


7,283 


3,730 


3,553 


62 


38 


24 


3 






I 


■ ^ 1-2 


6,785 


3,662 


3,123 


6,628 


3,579 


3,049 


160 


83 


68 




1 




I 


m 2-3 


9,106 


4.79^ 


4,404 


8,970 


4,664 


4,306 


215 


126 


89 


11 


-2 




P 


■' 3-4 


7,031 


3,460 


3,571 


6,718 


3,306 


3,413 


272 


124 


148 


41 


30 


11 


1 


4-6 


7,705 


4,123 


3,583 


7,143 


3,869 


3,273 


463 


2U 


2S3 


lOo 


43 


57 


[ 


Total 0-s 


3S,06H 


10,806 


18,260 


33,741 


19,148 


17,593 


1,182 


681 


681 


162 


76 


86 




IL 5—10 


31,311 


15,583 


15,728 


27,836 


14,011 


13,885 


3,of;i 


1,461 


1,600 


354 


111 


243 




■ 10—15 


37.745 


19.900 


17,845 


25,727 


14,550 


11,177 


10,738 


4867 


5,871 


1,280 


483 


797 




■ 15-20 


37. '245 


13,094 


14,151 


10,553 


6,275 


4278 


15.891 


6,230 


8,861 


1,601 




1,012 




■ 20-25 


25,727 


11,930 


13,707 


4,869 


2,831 


2,028 


19,046 


8,483 


10,564 




617 


1,205 




■ 25-30 


23,914 


11,466 


12,448 


3,325 


2,007 


1,318 


18,358 


8,677 


9,681 


2,231 


783 


1,449 




■ 30-35 


23,365 


10.767 


12,408 


1,095 


947 


1,048 


17,875 


8,845 


9,030 


3,396 


976 


2,420 




■ 35-40 


17.879 


8;0il6 


9,783 


1,310 


573 


737 


13,000 


6,453 


6,347 


3,569 


1,070 


2,499 




■ 40-45 


17,713 


8,656 


9,057 


1,301 


678 


623 


11,386 


6,697 


4,789 


5,026 


1,381 


3,645 




■ 45—50 


.'11.841 


5,86.3 


5,S73 


671 


46G 


S15 


7,663 


4,169 


3,484 


3,617 


1,238 


2,S79 




■ 50—55 


10,883 


4,676 


6,308 


:i94 


238 


156 


6,135 


3,422 


2.713 


4,354 


1,016 


3,339 




■ 55-60 


6,463 


2,622 


3,841 


338 


133 


206 


3,665 


1,734 


1,931 


2,460 


755 


1,706 




f 60 and over ... 


8,403 


3,485 


4,918 


314 


117 


y7 


4,164 


3,281 




4.025 


1.087 


2,93S 




Not stated 


48 


" 48 










48 


48 












Total 


280,002 


135,990 


144,512 


110,324 


61,064 


63,360 


131.382 


63,847 


67,630 


33,796 


10,170 


23,617 




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Censos of Biwa State lOOU 



47 



TABLE 



Riica State. 



Language by 









- 






















Dialects. 




Total 






Bardi, 






Huzur. 
























s 
o 

1- 

O 


a 

CS 


" 


Total 


Males. 


Females. 


•p^ox 


Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Maleb. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


iO 


11 


12 




• 


Indian Languages, Indo Euro- 






1 














• 

e 

tf3 




pean family, Aryan sub-family, 




















Iranian Branch. 






















Pashto .. 


. Standard ... ,.. ... 


24 


24 


... 


... 


•.. 


•.. 


24 


24 


••• 


. 


Total Pashto 


24 


24 


. .. 


... 


... 


... 


24 


24 


••• 






Total Eastern Group 


24 


24 


... 


... 


... 


... 


24 


24 


••• 


• 




Total Iranian Branch 


24 


24 


... 


... 


••• 


•«. 


... 


... 


•«• 


I 




IDNIAN BBANCH. 






















Pa^iJAb}, 


Standard 


1G7 


70 


37 


••• 


... 


... 


66 


46 


20 


• 
• 


Nepali .. 


Standard 


1 


... 


1 


... 


... 


... 


1 


•.. 


1 




Total North-Westem Group... 


108 


70 


38 


... 


... 


... 


62 


46 


26 


^ 


f 


Standard 


275 


154 


121 


... 


... 


•.. 


152 


88 


64 


• 


1 


Goanese 


6 


2 


4 


... 


... 


... 


6 


2 


4 


i 


•= 1 


^agri «a, ... ,,, 


... 


... 


... 


... 


.*. 


... 


... 


... 


•.• 


•9 


11 


Total Marathi in S. W. G. 


281 


156 


125 


... 


... 


... 


158 


90 


68 


4) 


Total South- Western Group ... 


28i 


156 


126 


... 


... 


... 


168 


90 


68 


1 


^ 


Gujarathi 


144 


70 


74 


... 


... 


... 


33 


14 


19 


•^ ■ 


1 


Kafclihi 


2 


2 


... 


... 


... 


... 





2 


• a. 


1 


L 


Kathiawadi ... 


10 


8 




... 


... 


... 


10 


8 


2 


1 


Total Marathi in Western Group ... 


156 


80 


76 


... 


... 


... 


45 


24 


21 






Total Marathi 


437 


236 


201 


... 


... 


... 


203 


114 


89 




r 


Malwi 


4y 


16 


33 


... 


... 


... 


47 


16 


31 






Rangdi 


157 


75 


82 


... 


... 


.•• 


•.. 


a.. 


•.. 




• 


Total Kajasthani 


206 


Ul 


115 


••« 


... 


... 


47 


16 


31 


. 




Jaipuri 


31 


11 


20 


... 


.«. 


... 


... 


••. 


•aa 




C3 


Kttujari 


•.. 


... 


a .. 


•«. 


... 


... 


... 


... 


• .a 




1" 


Marwuri 


C90 


3(;2 


388 


... 


... 


•.. 


33 


14 


19 




Mowadi 


41 


15 


26 


... 


... 


... 


41 


15 


26 


• 

a - 


• 

1 


Total Bajasthaui 


7(52 


328 


434 


... 


•.• 


... 


74 


29 


45 


4Ei 


s^ r 


Total Kajasthani 


968 


419 


649 


... 


... 


... 


121 


46 


76 




gil 

«3 L 


Standard 


21,073 


li,yo« 


9,765 


2,438 


1,265 


1,173 


6,225 


8,580 


2,645 


W^^ 


Gahori 


28 


12 


16 


27 


12 


15 


1 


... 


1 




■ ■ ^^^ ^ 


Total Bundelkhandi 


21,701 


11,920 


9,781 


2,465 


1,277 


1,188 


6,i26 


3,580 


3,646 




m 


Hindi ... ,,. ,., 


51,488 


•49,204 


22,284 


3,482 


1,690 


1,792 


s,m 


4,278 


4,146 






Hindustani ... 


2 


2 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


aa. 




• 


Urdu 


1,245 


845 


400 


75 


41 


34 


424 


390 


34 


• 


a 


Total Western 


52,785 


30,051 


22,684 


3,557 


1,731 


• 1,826 


8,848 


4,668 


4,180 






Antervedi 


• a. 


... 


... 


... 


... 


••• 


... 


•.. 


•.. 






Brigbhasha ... 


3 


3 


... 


... 


... 


... 


3 


3 


a.a 




1 


Total Western 


3 


3 


... 


• a. 


... 


... 


3 


8 


• aa 




Total Western Hindi 


52,738 


30,064 


22.684 


3,657 


1,731 


1,826 


8,861 


4.671 


4,180 




to 


Total Western Group 


76,563 


42,473 


33,090 


6,022 


3,008 


3,014 


15,243 


8,320 


6,928 




53 r 


Standard 


l,247,97i> 


614,434 


633,546 


192,8<J9 


9«,519 


96,380 


800,653 


148,076 


162,477 


• 


C3 
08- 


Gondi 


3,079 


2,032 


1,047 


... 


... 


... 


18 


... 


18 


"3 


52 1 


Birgadi 


40 


... 


40 


... 


... 


... 


... 


a*. 


• aa 


1 


Pa^adi 


2 


1 


1 


... 


... 


... 


... 


*.. 


••• 


'i^i 


Jethwadi 


... 


• • • 


... 


.a. 


... 


... 


... 


.•• 


• a* 




a L 


Jhalapuri 


55 


3 


63 


a.. 


... 


... 


... 


»»» 


... 






Total Baghelkhandi 


1,251,155 


616,47U 


634,685 


192,^9 


96,519- 


96,380 


300,571 


148,076 


152,495 




Hindi 1 


Gangapnri 


2 


2 


• • • 


... 


... 


... 


... 


a«. 


a.a 




Mirzapuri 


8 


5 


3 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 






Total Eastern Hintli 


]() 


7 


3 


... 


... 


»•• 


... 


... 


•.. 


• 

c 




Total Central Group 


1,251.165 


616,477 


634,688 


192899 


96,619 


96,380 


300,671 


148,076 


162,496 


Bengali, 


Stan«lard 


y«i 


70 


liu 




... 


... 


16 


10 


6 




( 


Bhojpuri 





3 


3 


... 


••• 


... 


6 


3 


3 


U 


Bihari, 1 


Maithili 


.0 


5 


... 


... 


... 


... 


4 


4 


•.. 


• 


I 


Purbi 


44 


9 


35 


.. . 


... 


... 


5 


3 


2 






Total Bihari 


55 


17 


38 


.•>. 


... 


... 


15 


10 


5 




Dudhia... 


Standard 


1 


1 


... 


... 


... 


... 


1 


1 


... 






Total Eastern Group 


146 


88 


58 


... 


• .. 


... 


32 


21 


11 






Total Indian Branch ... ] 


1.327,279 


09,280 


967.999 


118,921 


99,527 


99,394 


3l6.071> 


156,664 


169.618 






Total Indo European family ... ) 


1,327,303 ( 


J&y,a04 ' 


367,9b9 J 


118,921 


99,627 


99,394 


316,096 


it6,578 


169,618 






DHAVIDIAN FAMILY. 
















* 






Ttilagn... 


Telagu 


31 


29 


2 


... 


... 


... 


10 


8 


2 




lamiii ... 


Tamili 


... 


•*• 


... 


... 


... 


... 


• • • 


... 


••• 




. 


Total Dravidiari Family 


31 


29 


2 


• 
... 


... 


. . • 


10 


8 


2 


S 




Total A. Indian Languages ... . 


I 327,384 ( 


359,333 ( 


388,001 


193,921 


99,527 


99,894 


316.10C 


166,686 


169,620 






SEMITIC. 




















1 




Arabic 


17 


17 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 




Total B. Vernacular of Asia ... 


17 


17 


... 


»m» 


... 


.. . 


... 


• • m 


... 


5 .si 


8 .2( 


French 


1 


I 


... 


... 


... 


•• . 


... 


• »• 


. a. 


i-^S 


§•§§) 


Total Romance 


\ 


1 


... 


... 


... 


... 


... 


• •• 


»»• 


"^ ^ ^^ 
S « s 


i« = i 


English ... ... - ... 


10 


8 


2 


... 


».. 


... 


1 


1 


• a. 




« ^( 


ToUl Teutonic 


10 


S 


2 


... 


... 


... 


1 


1 


• tf. 


-^ ^ ' 


• ^ ■ * 


Total Indo European fomily ... 


11 


9 


2 


... 


... 


... 


1 


1 


• aa 






Total C. Vernaculars of Europe, 


11 


9 


2 


... 


... 


... 


1 


I 


••a 






Total Languages foreign to India, 


28 


S6 


2 


... 


••• 


... 


1 


X 


••. 






Unspecified ... 


31) 


34 


5 


... 


• .. 


... 


32 


29 


s 


i 


i 


Total population 


1,327,385 


659,377 


668,008 


198.921 


99,627 


99,394 


816,139 


166,616 


»8»,IB8a 



L 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^49 


Censns oE Itiwa State 1H^| 




1 


lUimvgutij. 


Jl-inliia-iaT. 


Sal»a. 


1 Sohngpiir. 


Ttanthar.- ^M 


ToUL 


Males. 


Female 


. Total. 


Males 


tTeniale 


. Total. 


Males. 


Females. Total 


Males 


Femalee. TotaL 


Male. 




13 


U 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


81 


i. 


23 24 


20 


26 


srH 


... 


'.'.'. 




21 


11 


10 


16 


9 


7 


.'." 


.'.'." 


'.". 


4 


4 


1 


... 


'.'.'. 




21 


11 


10 


16 

75 


"9 

35 


7 

40 


"39 


"24 


"15 


"'4 

•J 


"'4 
7 


% 


::: 


::: 


::: 






::: 


"75 
76 
ISl 


is 

36 
56 


"40 
40 

55 


"3:1 
39 


"ai 

24 


"is 

16 


'"9 
9 


'"7 
7 


'"2 

2 


".'. 


::: 






::: 




in 

186 


"66 
91 


"fi5 
96 

'"2 


'39 


24 


16 


9 


7 


"2 






;:: 


)67 

loT 


'76 
75 


"82 
Si 


"'2 




::; 










^ 


... 


















31 


11 


20 






■m 


... 




.'." 


"30 


"^3 




'iin 


183 


224 


218 


"tiS 


136 


"'2 


'.'.'. 


"m 


... 




... 


"30 


23 


■"7 


407 


183 


iii 


iuy 


93 


i'is 


'"2 


'.'.'. 


•M 


:: 




... 


187 

8,391 


99 

4,390 


89 
4,W1 


409 

1,741 


183 
73'J 


226 

1,005 


249 

2,866 


93 

1,933 


166 

933 


S 

9 


"*1 


2 

8 


— 


■ mi 


4,1 13 


8,3 Jl 
6,180 


4,ii'J0 

3,oia 


4,061 
3,167 


1,741 

3,885 

2 

£06 

4,D93 


739 

1,'J99 

2 

138 

2,139 


1,06.^ 
1,886 


2.866 
16.560 


1,933 

11,968 


933 
3,602 


"'9 
14,680 


"1 

0,332 


e,.;^ 


::: 


m 


1,413 


306 
6,180 


'b5 
3,108 


ail 

3,378 


"69 
1,954 


231 
15,791 


179 
12,137 


"52 

3,654 


"'3 

11,663 


"*a 

5,384 


1 


S,297 
2,297 

S7,337 


SS4 

884 
48,63J 


1,413 
1,413 


6,4Se 

16,064 


3,103 
7,696 

101, '111 


3,378 

7,468 
105,199 


4 093 

6,367 
I3,774d 

"io 


2.139 
3,117 

C8,0:J7 


1,964 

8,240 
6*.i,-19 

"'io 


16,791 
18,906 

219,275 
3,061 


13,137 
14,163 

101,43* 
2,032 


3 664 
4,743 

J, 11,8.17 


11,663 
11,674 

93,358 

'"2 


6,384 
8,»85 

47,li3 

"1 


e.279 
6-289 

l(!,2;i5 


' W,2S7 


48,939 


48,s\'8 


"55 
iO0,8t!6 


"'3 

l)l,GU 


52 

105,361 


137,781 
2 
i 
3 

137,789 


68,i>a7 
1 

;i 

62,030 


69,759 


222,336 


100,170 


1:5.866 


93,300 


47,124 


is,SiiW 


... 
... 

07fia7 


48,638 


48,698 


"*7 

7 
0e,872 


4 

i 

101,819 


"3 

3 
06,264 


69,769 


222836 


106.470 


16,866 


93,860 


47,124 


4.,S3«_ 


::: 












63 


49 


14 


10 


10 




1 


1 


:::| 








;: 






"9 
9 


1 
i 


"'5 
5 


"is 

28 




"28 

■ £8 


"1 
2 
■ 3 


"1 
2 
3 


1 


e»,fi34 


8,423 
9,423 


60.111 

60,111 a 


21,957 1 
21,657 

20 


09,226 

011,226 

■ 20 


12,732 

12,732 


7*2 
44,309 
114,309 


63 
71,244 
71,244 


19 
73,065 

?3.066 


38 

41,319 
41,319 


10 
20667 
20,667 


"28 

20,652 
30,652 


4 

04,761 
04,751 

. . 1 


4 
2.B2* 

2,624 

I 


62,227 
62,227 


991634 i 


0,423 


60,111 2 


20 
21,977 


20 
09,246 


112,7'32 


144,309 


71,244 


73,065 


41,319 


80,867 


20.662 


I 
04.762 


1 
62,626 


...^M 


1 


49,423 1 


6,0*111 


3 
St,9d0 


3 

09,248 


12,732 


""3 

3 
S 
3 

44,312 


'"'1 

1 
1 

71,246 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
73,067 


17 
17 

1 
1 
6 
8 
7 
7 
24 

41.346 1 


17 
17 

1 
1 

e 

7 
7 

24 
20 691 [ 


20,664(1 


... j 
"2 


"'2 


■Ki^ih^^M 




i»"' '" 











Cenna of Biwa State 1961, 



49 



ta: 

Biith pla. 
A. — States within Central India. j5.- Stales within Rajputana, C. — .plates or ProvinCi 

E. — Cowi 



7 





Population. 


Babdi. 


HoznB. 


State, Province or ConDtry of Birth . 


1 


i 


1 


1 

a! 




1 
1 


IB 


1 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


A.— 

Aj-igsrh 

Baraimda 

BhuUondi 

Bliopal 

Bijawar 

Charkhari 

ChhnUrpur 

Dalia 

Dewaa 8. B. ind J. B. 

Gwalior 

lodoK. 

Justw 

Kothi 

Waihar ... ... ... " 

Nagode 

KarBingarh 

OrcWia 

Pahara " 

P'ldev 
Panna 

KoL'jiozurh ... ... ... ;;; 

Bajgarh 

iiii-a ... ::. 

Batlani 

Bohawal 

Taraon 

Tonk 

Tori Fnlfihpur 

Central India Dnspecified 

B._ 

Aimer 
Blaratpur 

Marwar ( Jwilipor) ... 
Hewar (Ddaipur) ... 
Portabgarli 
Bajputaai uoBpociBed 

C— 

Bengal 
Berar 
Bombay 

Central Ptoviocea ... 

Haiderabad 
Madras 

Norlh-Westcrn ProTinces 
PaDJab 

D.— 

Afgaoistaa ,., ... .., ^^ 

Total ... 


3,670 

&I5 

55G 

4 

389 

335 

1,C27 

77 

1 

198 

3 

3,216 

2,9 W 

7,101 

6,085 

2 

723 

753 

260 

5,li53 

1,201,863 

8 

16,009 

170 

796 

606 

333 

181 
412 
604 

3,241 

9as 

1,938 

1,382 

12,001 

7 

"ao 

63,186 
642 

17 

32 

1327385 


1,600 

815 

449 

I 

172 

328 

1,645 

8 

I 

lOfl 

3 

699 

BOS 

2,931 

2,572 

3i;3 

665 

260 
1,970 

598,301 

3 

4,016 

170 

397 

467 

213 
79 

269 
239 

:,67i 

927 

619 

47« 

6,674 

3 

'"% 

29,934 

613 

17 

12 

659,377 


1,970 

107 

3 

217 

7 

69 

"90 

2,517 
2.314 

4.170 

3,613 

2 

360 

98 

3,683 

603,132 
11,993 

398 

49 

120 
102 
143 
366 

1,570 

41 

1,319 

»6 

6,337 

4 

"11 

22,252 

29 

20 
688,008 


2,fi04 
V67 

"es 

"67 

"io 

1,153 

i,69;i 

1,176 

1,672 

166,568 
11,121 

796 
427 

333 
181 
409 
588 

372 

i,&ie 

>,602 
198,921 


1,067 

... 

"36 

78 

"51 

1.240 

78,710 
1,199 

m 

427 

213 
79 
267 
201 

237 

851 
1,688 

!" 

13,204 
62 

98,627 


1,637 
167 
"68 
"67 

"io 

1,117 

1,631 

I,"2.'> 

432 

77,858 
9,B32 

398 

120 
102 
142 
537 

135 

698 
1,874 

1,634 
89,384 


28 

""3 

"3 
305 

""1 
61 

S 

"*9 

513 

610 

2 

285 
r04,m 

8 
132 

"'9 

424 

231 
"25 

.,» 

"'» 

6,864 

197 

17 

14 

316,139 


13 

'"a 

300 

'"1 

82 
2 

"*a 

359 
483 

136 

149,763 

3 

120 

390 

10 

"12 

1,350 

2 

■"*8 

3,439 

168 

17 

5 

166,616 1 



1^ 

Perganas. 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


■ 


1 


1 


I 


I 


India beyond Cemral Inc 


ia am 


Rajputani. 


D.- 


Counlries in Asia heyond India. 






tejfond Asia. 






















^ 


UAt!OWOA:^J. 


Rams-ahar. 

• 


Satna. 


SoaAoruE. 


Tkonthar. ^H 


1 


1 


1 


i 
1 


J 
S 


1 


1 


i 


1 
1 


b 


1 

a 


1 


1 
E 




|1 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


n 


23 


24 


26 


".'. 












161 
19 


6fi 
19 


104 


735 

796 
449 


437 

796 
449 


298 


39 


23 


A 


::: 


'.'.'. 


Z 








"'1 

41 
9 
16 


"34 

"a 


"l 

7 
9 
8 


330 

292 

1,245 

61 


172 

292 

1,216 


158 

"ei 


1 
"l 


1 


1 


'"i 


4 


Z 


"19 


'13 


' 6 


"m 


"29 


"31 


"52 


"30 


"22 


'"2 


... 


2 

1 
1 
4 


"'b 


"'s 




3,414 

468 


1,791 
103 


1,623 
3Q5 


"22 

912 

1,460 
2,S13 


"12 
337 

430 

966 


"10 

675 

1,030 

1,647 


2,mi 

298 
1,712 
1,300 


C51 

188 
350 

065 


1,390 
110 

1,362 
345 


"1 

5 
13 


4 
9 


■ ■£ 


I 




I 






1,536 


4lil> 


1,071 


723 

763 
■250 
2,151 


363 
655 
250 

128 


360 
9d 

2,033 


""9 


2 


1 


njiii 


4r,630 


48,698 


2,12,693 


1,04,439 


1,08,264 


133,148 


67,330 


65,909 


2,03,100 


1,02,060 


1,01 ",10< 


94,179 


47,821 


*5^ 


'.'.'. 






::: 


::: 




1,^5 
■'68 


618 

"is 


1,307 

"40 


2,900 
170 

'12 


2,148 

170 

"12 


762 


"1 


1 


1 


::: 


;:; 


'.:; 




"22 


"17 


"24 


"'is 


... 
"'9 


::: 


::: 




""3 
3 


S 

1 


1 

i 




::: 




"33 


"33 








::: 


3,240 

fil)3 


1,670 

C03 


1,570 


""1 

8 


1 

1 


7 


9 


1 


8 








26 


14 


12 


1,288 


345 


943 


12 


12 


1 


"36 


"36 




"'2 

1,059 


457 


"'2 

602 


"1 

565 

1 


"l 
233 

1 


322 


303 
4,635 


112 
1,736 


i'91 
2,799 


'"t 
560 


"'234 


2 
316 


"io 

8,233 


837 


"io 

l,3!'5 


3,904 
349 


2,061 
349 


1,853 


1,884 
7 


809 
7 


1,076 


12,056 
32 

18 


4,996 
32 

7 


7,061 
11 


10,318 


1 

4,509 

6 


".'. 


10,834 


49,423 


60,in 


221.080 


109,248 


112,732 


144,312 


71,845 


7 3,067 


2413465 


120,091 


120654 


10,6154 


62,627 


62,627 


k 
















J 



NOTE 02i THE CENSUS 

op THE 

BHOPAL STATK. 
• 

I, Descr'fplion of the Stale. — The state of Bhopal is sittinted in tbe political chnrge of 
Bhopnl. It 13 sarrouiided on all sides except on the sonth wliere it touches the Central 
Provinces by other states of Central India. It has a total area of fi,S53 square miles 
which may be compared to that of Wurteubarg {7,52S). The natural divisions in it are 
Plateau with 4,003 square miles of area and Hilly wi[h 2,855 square miles of area. 
The Total population is 665,^61. 

II. /Vutorical.— Bhopal is the only Inrge Mahomedan State in Central India and 
indeed is next to Haiderabad the most important Mnjalman Cbiefsliip in India. The 
ruling family are descended from Doat Mahomed, an Afghan in the service of Aurangzeb. 
Dost Mahomed was sent as Superintendent ot Bairasia on behalf of the Moghal Emperor ; 
this occurred towards the end of the XVII Century. In 1817 at the close of the Pindari 
war a close alliauce was made between the British and the ruler of Bbopa] and a formal 
treaty executed in 1818. The throne has descended in the female line since 1844 when 
Sikandar Begam becaoao ruler. The present Becam succeeded in 1901. 

Wl. Adminitlrative dicisioni. — For administrative purposes the state is divided into' 
4 Districts and 33 Perganas. The largest Pergana, that of Tal has an area of 516 square 
miles about the size of Bedford County ; tho smallest ia Fiklaun with an area of 20 square 
miles. 

W . Distrihtilion of ihe people. — {1) Mean den titt/. — The mean density of (he Btate is 
97 people per square mile. There has been a fall of 138 persons per square mile since 
1891. This must be in part due to some difference in the method of enumerating. The 
natural divisions show 1)7 people per square mile in the Plateau country and in the Hilly 
2G. (2) Town and village.— Thaifi are 5 towns in Bbopal State and 3,073 villages. The 
average town population is 19,166, the average villnge 186. Of the five towns met with 
two, Ichhawar and Biirasia, have pnpulations which fell just below 5,000 this year on nc- 
connt of famine. Villages are mostly of "ander 500" population, 380,000 persons out of 
600,000 living in villages of this size. 

V. litUgiona. — The state is on the whole Hindu in character. There are 72 per cent. 
Hindus, li per cent. Animists and 12 per cent. Mnhomedans in the state. The nrbua 
figures show 43 per cent. Hindus ami 54 per cent, Mahomedans showing markedly tho 
effect of the Mahomed^in ruio. The natural divisions shew 5 per cent, of Animtsts in tho 
Fluteau but 25 per ceut. in Hilly tracts. 

VI. Age, Sex an-l Civil Condition. — Proportion of the sexei. — There are 999 females 
to 1,000 males in the state. In the urban area the ratio is 969, in the rural 1,004, The natural 
divisions shew 981 in Plateau and 1,023 in Hilly tracts. The enormous diminution here in 
tho defect of females, which as I have pointed out in the Report is due to the better enu- 
meration, is worthy of notice. There is as usual nothing special to remark on the figures 
we find here. There are fewer married males nt O-IO in the City than in the State. There 
are 104 wives to 100 husbands in the state. The city shews 91 wives to 100 
husbands. One would have expected more wives in a Mahomedan town. Perhaps the 
Purdah custom is responsible. The figures seem to point to tho faot that girl mar- 
riage is nob common in Bhopal city. The natural division figures shew the prevalence 
of the liinduiaed Gond j indeed more so than one would expect is it would appear 
that the Qond here out-does the Hindu in his desire for infant marriage, 

VII. /JtVitcal ion.— There are 26,453 or 79 per 1,000 literate males in the stata and 
3,030 or 9 per 1,000 literate females of all ages. The urban return shows 17,555 or 
451 per 1,000 mates and 2.880 or 76 per 1,000 females, the rural only 8,398 or 30 per 
1,000 males. In the natural divisions we find in the Plateau 23,C73 or 115 per 1,000 
mMe!? and 2,965 or 15 per 1,000 females, and in the Hilly tracts 3,780 or 27 per l,OtO 

lales only. 



52 

Census of Bhopal State 1901. 
The means of education in the state are at Bhopal «<« 

1. High School taught up to Entrance Standard. 

2. Victoria Girls' School. 

3. Hindi School. 

* 

4. Five Madrasas. 

And at Sihor — • 

1. Boys' School taught up to Entrance. 

2. Boys' Islamia School and a Hindi Night School. 

3. Girls' Schools, three in number, taught up to II Standard. 

4. A Private School. 

YIIL Language-'^'Vhe dialects spoken by large numbers in this state are 
Malwi and Gondi of which Malwi is found mostly in southern and western districts 
and Gondi entirely in the southern district* It being a Mahomedan state Urdu is 
spoken more generally than is usual in states of Central India, persons speaking Hindi 
predominate. 

IX. Castes. — The castes which are returned by this state only are amongst Hindns 
Baroi, Gelot, Gudhelia Lilgar, Pansari, and Raghuvansi- Gelot is mostly found in 
Huzur Tehsil, Doraha, Ashta and Sihor Perganas and Raghuvansi in Odeypura Pergana. 
Amongst Musalmans Balewa, Behana, Beldar» Bhaumati, Dafali, Darzi, Dhati, Dont. 
Mahotia, of these Dafalis are found in Bhopal city only- The castes which predominate 
in this state are among Hindus Ahir, Balai, Chamar, Eachhi, Lodhi, Sutar and Teii 
in Musalman Shaikh and Pathans, Gond, Eirar and Mina are the most common, among 
Aminists, Gujar, Balai, Pamar and Teli show an increase since 188 1, there is a notice- 
able decrease in Eunbis and amongst Gonds since 1881- 

X. Occupations which may 1$ considered as predominating in the state.^^ 
Indigo Labourers, Rice Pounders, Opium Preparers, Coal Dealers, Marble Worker»- 
Palki Makers, Wood and Ebony Carvers, Cotton Fullers and Dyers, Brass and Bell 
Metal Workers, Wa^ and Honey Collectors. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE I. 



Density of the Population. 







Mean Density per 
square mile. 


Variation Increase (-^) 
OR Decrease (— ) 


Net Varu^ 


Natural Divisions, 
l^isTfiicr AND City. 












TION 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


1891. 

to 
1901. 


1881. 

to 
189L 


1872. 

to 
1881. 


1872 to 

1901. 

(+) or (-.) 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


Bhopal State- 










• 








Plateau 


97-5 


«•• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


Hilly Tracts 


967 


•»• 


••• 


••t 


■•• 


••• 


••* 


•.• 


Mean Density 


970 


133-8 


139.2 


• .* 


-.41-8 


— 0.4 


••• 


— 42-2 


Urban ••• 


438-3 


421-6 


••• 


• !• 


+ 16-7 


••• 


•« 


••• 


Biiral 


833 


125-8 


••• 


• •• 


— 42-5 


••• 


••• 


•»• 


Bhopal City 


9691-2 


8903*5 


7012-9 


• •. 


-h 787-7 


+1890^ 


••• 


■f 2678-3 



Censofl ot Bl.opal Suie 1901. 


SDBSIBIARY TABLE IL ^^^^^^^^^| 


General Distribution of Population by Religion, 


1 Rkligioh. 


1901. 


1S91. 


1881. 


Pi^meaU^e of Variu- 
tion (+) or (-) 


Nnt Viri-.- 
lioi. 1881 
to 1901. 


Number. 


Proporlion 
per 
1U,000 


Number. 


Proportion 
10,000 


Number. 


Proportion 
per 
10,000 


1891 

to 

1901. 


1881 
1901. 


1 


8 


3 


4 


5 


G 


7 


» 


9 


10 


Bhopal SUte— 


















i 


HinJus ... 


483,611 


7261-8 


... 








... 


... 


..1 


Aniniiats 


81, Ml 


13731 


... 


... 




... 




... 




Total of Hindus and Animiats... 


670,062 


8634B 


867,334 


PoOlO 


866,422 


9073-4 


—320 


— i-o 


—281,370 


j«in 


6,397 


B61 


6,413 


C6-8 


6,022 


631 


+ 18-1 


— 10 


+ 375 




83,988 


12611 


89,308 


937-7 


82,164 


860-4 


— 6-9 


+ 8-7 


4-1,821 


Others 


624 


7-9 


431 


4-5 


8fl3 


31 


+ 21-5 


+ 471 


+ 231 


AU Religions 


e65,eei 


10,000 


D63,486 


10,000 


964,901 


10.000 


— 30 


— a2 


-288,94 ( 




SUBSlDlAliY TABLE HI. 




Distribution of Religions by Natural Divisions. 


fa 




Peofortion per 10,000 is 1901. 


^^H Katoral Divisions. 






P 




Hindu. 


JaiQ. 


HuBBlmaa. 


Aoimista. 


Otlier». 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


C 


Bhopal State- 














Plslesu 




7553'6 


117-9 


177S-9 


542-1 


13-5 


Hillj TraeU .„ 


■ 


6855-9 




C5'6 


549-2 


2629-2 


01 






SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 




General Distribution o£ Population by Religion. 


^^1 ItELiaiON. 


1901. 


189:. 


1881. 


PercentagB of Varia- 
tion (4 ) or (-), 


Net Varia- 
tion 1881 

to 1901. 


Kumber. 


Proporlion 

(■er 

10,000. 


Number. 


Proportion 
10,000. 


Number. 


Proportion 

per 

1,000. 


1891. 

to 
1901. 


1881 
to 
1891. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


d 


10 


Bhopal aty- 




















Eindus ... 


32,775 


42S09 


... 




26,833 


... 


... 




... 


Aniuiati ... 


231 


302 






... 




... 






Total of Hindus and Animists-.. 


33,006 


43111 


33,043 


4740 4 


... 


... 


— 10 




1 


Jain ... ••• 


1,327 


1733 


803 


lUl 




... 


+ C5-2 




1 


HuMlnian... 


41,711 


54530 


36,7S8 


60881) 


27,317 


49C6-8 


+ 16-5 




... 


OlLers ... 


487 


G3 6 


401 


67a 


1,052 




+ 20-5 




~i 


f AU Religions 


76,661 


10,000 


70,338 


10,3Q0 


66,402 


... 


+ S-8 




■M 





54 



Censiu of Bhopal State 1901. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 



General Proportion o£ the Sexes by Natural Divisions, District and City. 





Females to 1,000 Males. 


Natural Drv'isioNs, Distbict and City. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


j^iaxeati ••• ••• ••• ••• 

Hilly Tracts ••• 

Bhopal State !••• ••• ••• 

Bhopal City ... ••• ••• 


981 

1.026 

909 

969 


••• 

••• 
936 
907 


• .a 
••• 

915 

• 

946 


••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VI. 



Actual excess or defect of Females by Natural Divisions and District. 



Plateau 
Hflly Tracts 
Bhopal SUte 
Bhopal City 



Natural Divisions and District. 



••• 



•.• 



••• 



Number of Females in excess (-f-) or in defect ( — ). 



1901. 



— 3,783 
+ 3,576 

— 207 

— 1,211 



1891. 



••• 



1881. 



31,284 
3,444 



1872. 



— 42,385 

— 1,530 



••. 



••• 



subsidiary table vil 



Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex for Natural Divisions and District. 





CIVIL CONDITION OF 10,000 MALES. 


Natural Divisions and 
District. 


At all ages. 


0-10. 


10—15. 




15-40 


1 40 


and over. 


I 




• 

u 

Is 

s 

a 


• 

o 


• 

•«« 

u 
u 

C3 


• 

s 


• 

o 


• 

o 


• 

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a 


• 

o 

o 


• 

.2 


• 

o 

u 

%^ 
03 

a 


• 
o 


• 


g; Unmarried. 


• 
o 


1 


2 

4,881 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 
47 


8 


9 


10 


11 

6,369 


12 


13 


14 


16 


Pluteau 


4,250 


868 


242 


9,711 


2,420 


7,329 


251 


2,658 


973 


7,631 


517 


1,852 


Hilly Tracts 


4,502 


4,291 


1,207 


464 1 9,472 


64 


1,948 


7,711 


341 


6,322 


2,592 


1,086 


6,423 


477 


3,100 


Bhopal State ••• ... 


4,725 


4,267 


1,008 


332 


9,614 


54 


2,224 


7,488 


288 


6,371 


2,641 


988 


7,153 


501 


2,346 


Bhopal City 


5,059 


4,213 728 


201 


9,726 


73 


2,954 


6,861 


185 


6,420 


2,783 


797 7,993 


570 


1,437 • 



8 ofBhopa! State 1901. "^"^ 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE VIII. 
Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sei for Natural DivieionB and District. 





CIVIL CONDITION OF 10,000 FEMALES. ^M 


SatoralDivisioss ASD 


AtnUagei. 


0—10. 


10—15. 


15—40. 


40 and over. 


































"2 


j 


i 


i 


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1 

a 


3 

1 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


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to 
15 


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& 

10 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


« 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


PUtMU 


4.083 


3,280 


1,737 


436 


9,621 


« 


4,075 


5,632 


273 


7,257 


1,157 


1,588 


5,484 


258 


4^258 


aaiy Tr»ci8 


4,804 


3,07fi 


2,120 


672 


9,265 


63 


4,273 


5,407 


320 


7,150 


1,09? 


1,753 


4459 


378 


6,163 


Bhop»lSutB 


4,907 


3,193 


1.800 


632 


9,416 


62 


4,169 


5,648 


293 


7,812 


1,131 


1.657 


S,031 


311 


4,GSe 


BhopalCity 


4,757 


3,147 


2,098 


22 


9,902 


76 


l,U3 


8,62S 


262 


7,49C 


891 


1619 


),066 


248 


4,686 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IX. 
Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religions and Natural Divisions. 



4 



i . 


NUMBER OFMARBIED FEMALES PER l.OOO MARRIED MALES. 


^H Natural Ditisions. 




Hindu. 


Jain. 


Musalman. 


Animiata. 


Othere. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


1." 


1,001 


1,022 


1,067 


898 


1,044 


836 


flaiyTricta 


1,094 


1,095 


1,009 


1,000 


1,117 


1,000 


BlKkpJSUto 


1,038 


1,050 


1,043 


916 


10,98 


837 


Bbopal City 


911 


S68 


1,098 


870 


185 


831 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE X. 
Education by Age, Sex and Natural Divisions and District. 

Literate per 1,000. 



4 




132-0 
50-7 
98-2 

394'G 



20-5 

2C5'1 



165-3 
360 

112-4 
6735 



o-i 

91 



Census of Bhopsl 8Ute 1901. 



66 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE XI. 
Varktioii in Caste, Tribe ud Bace for 1901 and 1881. 





Persona. 


Vsrisfloo. 




Oastb, Tbibb OB Bace. 


1901. 


188t. 


1881 sod 1901. 


1881 sod 1801. 


1 


3 


3 


4 


B 


BEOFAI, STATE. 

Hllldll- 

Ahir 

Bslsi 

B«.!s 

ChBDllM ... 

iSi 

KonW 

?r ;: ::; :' ;:: ::: 

Anlmists— 

BhU 

Gond 

MiM 


89,177 
fi3,278 
12,913 
58,917 
106,910 
26.371 
31,529 
2,(120 
67,983 
26,197 

10,134 
43,763 
37,911 


23,499 
30,377 
16,118 
47,097 
62,900 
10,912 
32,188 
13,288 
71,581 
14,860 

4,771 
83.6&a 
23,610 


+ S4-1 

— ■ 753 
+ 27-6 
+ 261 
4- «9-9 
+ 141-6 

— 1-8 

— 84-8 

— 69 
+ 69-6 

+ 1121 

— 47-7 
+ 18! 


+ 'm 

-■ 2i.m 

-■ v» 

li® 

+ '•« 

- Ufa 

— s.e»» 

+ WW 

±« 

■+ «,»r 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE XII. 

Distribution of Languages. 









DlSTElHUTIOK 


OP Lan&caqeh of 


10,000 


Population. 






HlTCBlI. DlVIfilOKS, DtSTBlCT 
KSB CiTT. 


Languages proper to Central 




Lattgvaget tp 


ike.n in Cenlral India. 






■4 


a 
















^ 




a 














































1 


1 




1 
o 


1 


IS. 


c 


2 

1 




1 


:1 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


FlaUftu 


2363-4 


22-6 


7566-7 


573 


614-S 


1238-4 


260-3 


55-8 


7668-8 


39-4 


1324 


mUy Tracta 


1462-2 


66-6 


8037-3 


443-9 


2979-7 


Nil. 


8-1 


48-8 


6963-4 


NU. 


mi 


Bhopal SUte 


1948-6 


36-9 


7758-6 


219-8 


1243-1 


909-4 


1933 


540 


7481-4 


31-6 


07-2 


fihopal City 


687-e 


471 


92659 


... 


198-0 


2579-8 


562-0 


83-0 


65772 




... 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE XIII. 
Distribntion of Languages. 





DlBTBlBDTION BY l;:!SiD-KCBI OF 10,000 SPKAKIKO BACD LANGnAQE. 


Natdkal Divibioks. 




Langmga tpohen ia CcHtral India 


lUjaathani. 


BuDdelkhftndi 


Wertern 
Hindi. 


Others. 


Bihari. ! PuDJabi. 


Paehto. 


Bajutbuii. 


J 




3 


4 


6 


6 \ 7 


8 


» 


PUtetu 

Hilly Tracta ... 


6903-4 
3096'G 


36481 
6461-9 


S64'i-1 
4353& 


15111 
8488 9 


8631-6 9888-3 
6366-4 , in-7 


7680-0 
240OO 


7537-1 
947M 



Ceuiu of Bhopal State 1901. 



53 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VIIL 
Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex for Natural Divisions and District 



t 



Natural Divisions and 

DiSTBICT. 



Plateau 
HiDy Tracts 
Bhopal SUte 
Bhopal City 



••• 



••• 



CIVIL CONDITION OF 10,000 FEMALES. 



At all ages. 



0—10. 



73 

.2 



2 



••• 



4,98S 
4,804 
4,907 
4,757 



a 

a 



3,280 
3,076 
3,193 
3,147 



o 



1,737 
2,120 
1,900 
2,096 



'8 



436 

672 

632 

22 



-8 

a 

a 



6 



9,521 
9,265 
9,416 
9,902 



10—15. 



•8 
t 

73 



43 
63 
63 

76 



•8 



S 



8 



4,076 
4,273 
4,159 
1,113 



73 

'E 

OS 

a 

a 



9 



5,652 
5,407 
5,548 
8,625 



15—40. 



40 and over. 



•8 

o 

73 



10 



273 
320 
293 
262 



-8 



11 



7,257 
7,150 
7,213 
7,49C 



•8 



a 

a 



12 



1,157 

1,097 

1,131 

891 



o 

73 



13 



-8 



14 



1,586 
1,753 
1.657 
1619 



5,484 
4459 
5,031 
5,066 



15 



258 
378 
311 
248 



«> 

o 



IB 



4,858 
5,163 
4,658 
^686 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IX. 



Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religions and Natural Divisions. 





NUMBER OF MARRIED FEMALES PER 1,000 MARRIED MALEa 


Natural Divisions. 


All religions. 


Hindu. 


Jain. 


Masalman. 


Animists. 


OthtfB. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Plateau ••• ••• ••• ••• 

Hilly Tracts 

BuOpal State ••• ••• ••• ••• 

Snopal City ••. ••• ••• ••• 


1,001 

1,094 

1,038 

911 


1,022 

1,095 

1,050 

968 


1,057 
1,009 
1,043 
1,099 


898 

1,000 

915 

870 


1,044 

1,117 

10,98 

185 


836 

1,000 

887 

831 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE X. 
Education by Age, Sex and Natural Divisions and District. 













LiTKRATK 


PER 1,000. 










Natural Divisions and 
District. 


0-10. 


10-15. 


15-20. 


20 and over. 


All Ages. 
























Malee. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 
G 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 
73-6 


5 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Plateau 


2*3 


0-3 


06 


132-0 


33-8 


165-3 


21-0 


115-9^ 


15-4 


Hilly TVacts ... 


1-4 


NiL 


18-5 


0-8 


50-7 


1-2 


36-0 


0-4 


27-4 


0-4 


nopal Bute ... 


2-0 


0-2 


51-7 


0-6 


98-2 


20-5 


112-4 


12-1 


79-4 


»l 


BhopdCity ... 


81 


0-2 


213-4 


Nil. 


394-0 


S65-1 


673-5 


92-5 


451*4 


76-4 







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1 


2 


1 1 ! ^ : 


lO 

i" 


i 


s 


S S 1 3 1 

S " "■ " "' 




1 


s s 8 a g 
t S- S- 5 S- 


1 


Wit 


o 


■ : = ■ 




+ . 

is 
> 


gs 


- 






IS 


. 


8 S " 
+ + 1 




2 

gs 


- 


S 3 - s = 

+ 1 + 1 1 


+ 


i 

£ 


S 


o 


; : ! ■: : 


; 


i 


o 


1 g 8 

3 »- " : i 


o 


§ 


' 


1 S 1 1 S 


s 


i 


» 


1 2 S S S 
3 «- «- ■( ^ 


a 


Si 
III 


- 


»%:-.-. 

s ^ 






i 


■-H 


si;;; 

1 1 1 1 1 

GQ ■< iS •S; CQ 


H 



H 5 



I I i 






S 3 



i g s a 8 



8 ; ; 



S_ » 8 S 



i S S I 



;; S rf a- 



i 

5 i 



i i i s 



I S I ^ 5 



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■ 






■^H 


^ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 






TABLE TIT. 




^ 


1 


■ 


^M 


■ 






Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 










^H 


m«pal Stair. 






Kusalman. 












^ 






POPIPI.AT 


OS. 


Umbarbie 






Makried 






Widowed 


"^ 


^B 






















■ 


PersoDH. 


M.lea. 


Females 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females 


P.„o„.. 


Males. 


Females 


Persons. 


Males. 


Femafl 

IS 1 


1 


2 


3 


i 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


^_ 


1,976 


1,004 


972 


1,974 


1,002 


972 


2 


2 










^K 1-2 


1,449 


740 


709 


1,448 


710 


708 


1 




"*1 








^H 


2,or2 


1,011 


1,1161 


2,nc8 


1.0U9 


1,069 


4 


"2 


2 








^H 


l,8ti8 


903 


eiw 


1,B57 


895 


962 


10 


6 


4 


"1 


"'1 




■ 


1886 


944 


951 


1,871 


928 


943 


19 


13 


6 


6 


3 


"'2 


^H Total 0-5 


9,200 


4,601 


4,866 


9,218 


4,674 


4,644 


36 


23 


13 


6 


4 


2 


^^L 


9,027 


4,55e 


4.471 


8,603 


4.293 


4,310 


320 


204 


116 


104 


59 


45 


^^1 11)— 15 


9,311 


6,426 


3,ftl.i 


6,763 


3.725 


3,038 


2,382 


],607 


776 


190 


94 


103 


^^H 


6,885 


3,'J06 


2,930 


2.718 


],B31 


787 


3,755 


l,8ii3 


],S!)3 


413 


161 


251 


^^H 


7,485 


4,078 


3,407 


2,098 


1,737 


361 


4,721 


2,068 


3.653 


666 


V73 


m 


^^H 25-30 


8. 1 81 


4,321) 


3,861 


],3i7 


1,130 


217 


5,yi5 


2.828 


3,087 


919 


362 


657 


^^H :io-3i> 


7,7 :t3 


4,033 


3,760 


653 


542 


116 


5,9S5 


3,0e5 


2,870 


1.300 


426 


774 


^^H 35-40 


5,823 


2,821 


3,002 


312 


241 


68 


4,390 


2,136 


2.354 


1,121 


441 


680 


^^M 40-45 


6,244 


3,152 


B.092 


310 


231 


79 


4,161 


2,510 


1.6.') 1 


1,773 


411 


1,363 


^^H 4V-f.(> 


3,707 


1,696 


8,101 


168 


118 


40 


2,59» 


1,216 


1,376 


1.047 


362 


C85 


^^M 50-55 


4,198 


1.758 


2,44C 


133 


59 


71 


2,273 


1,380 


fflS 


1,793 


319 


1,473 


^H 55-60 


2.477 


1.214 


1,263 


152 


109 


43 


1,492 


701 


788 


833 


401 


isa 


^^H GO Qud nvcr ... 


3,208 


1,432 


1,836 


97 


76 


21 


1,654 


1,126 


429 


1,617 


231 


l,30lt 


^^^ Nati^utcd 


209 


14 


I'Jo 


31 


13 


21 


173 


1 


172 


2 




3 


Total Masalman 


83,9SS 


43-OSe 


40,082 


32,601 


18,782 


13,819 


39.699 


20,730 


18.869 


tt,688 


8,S44 


8,44 


Animistic. 


0-1 


2,042 


1,011 


1,031 


2,039 


1,009 


1,030 


3 


2 


1 








■:! . 1-3 


l,7fil 


862 


899 


1.758 


860 


898 


3 


2 


1 




'.'.'. 




Mm 


2.361 


1,154 


1.210 


8.343 


1.140 


1.202 


23 


U 


8 








^m 3-4 


2,092 


nil 


1,151 


a, 1137 


934 


1.143 


14 


7 


7 


"1 




"'1 


■ 


2,434 


1,120 


J,3U 


2,335 


1,060 


1,275 


86 


49 


37 


13 


*11 


2 


^B Total 0-6 


10,693 


S,088 


6,605 


10,661 


6,003 


6,648 


128 


74 


64 


14 


11 


3 


^H 15-10 


9,S96 


4.8!I3 


5,003 


9.212 


4,646 


4.r.66 


631 


S26 


408 


50 


21 


89 


^^B 




6,778 


C.010 


8.196 


4.815 


3.3B1 


3,410 




1.6il 


182 


74 


108 


^^1 


8,7i8 


4,383 


4,^6 


4.105 


2,677 


1,428 


4,204 


1,558 


2,646 


419 


147 


S7a 


^^H 


8,330 


3,789 


4,641 


2.142 


1,429 


713 


6,314 


2,034 


3.280 


874 


3SS 


648 


^^H 20-30 


8,512 


3,972 


4,540 


1,391 


663 


:,28 


5,9.13 


2.700 


3,263 


1,168 


409 


759 


^^M 30-35 


«,:«ii 


4,097 


4,264 


664 


460 


201 


6,930 


3.098 


2.832 


1,767 


63D 


1,228 


^^B 33-40 


6^;t 


2,4S1 


2,808 


4S6 


333 


121 


3,616 


1.742 


1,874 


1,327 


417 


810 


^H 40-46 


fi,447 


2,983 


3,4(54 


412 


214 


198 


4.086 


2,270 


1.816 


1,949 


499 


1,450 


^H 45-50 


4,166 


2,086 


2,080 


237 


131 


98 


2.769 


1,«,2 


1,167 


1,170 


353 


S17 


^^P 50—55 


4,763 


2,2117 


a,49i; 


174 


107 


67 


2.903 


1,681 


1,222 


1,686 


479 


hvn 


^^m 56-60 


2,S59 


891 


1.368 


39 


30 


9 


1,391 


662 


729 


829 


199 


630 


^H £0 and over ... 


3,U49 


1,182 


1,867 


84 


48 


36 


1,245 


803 


442 


1,720 


331 


1,889 


^^1 Kotbtsleii 


150 


75 




146 


74 


72 


3 




3 


1 


1 




Total Animistic 


91,441 


40,974 


47,467 


37,799 


20,829 


16,970 


40,686 


19,339 


21,247 


13,086 


3,80e 


8,260 








(Christian. 




















o«>- S. 




















(Jewish. 














O-l 
1-2 


'"s 


"*7 


'"i 


"■'8 1 ""7 


*"l 






•■■ 


::: 




::: 


2—3 


'.t 


8 


I 


9 


8 


1 














■idL 3-4 


13 


11 


4 


13 


9 


4 


... 






... 






n 


18 


S 


9 


16 


9 


7 


2 


... 


""2 






... 


^H Total 0-0 


43 


33 


la 


48 


S3 


13 


2 


... 


2 






... 


^H 5—10 


31 


8 


83 


23 


7 


22 








2 


1 


1 


^H 


62 


43 


19 


29 


l« 


11 


"26 


"l9 


'"e 


8 


6 


3 


^H 


3u 


17 


3S 


23 


7 


15 




10 


23 








^^K 




36 


26 


81 


8 


16 


30 


22 


8 


'"s 


" 6 


2 


^^H 


87 


50 


37 


25 


24 


1 


59 


25 


31 


3 


1 


2 


^^H 


28 


8 


20 


7 






8 


4 


4 


IS 


4 


9 


^^H 


22 


18 


6 


6 


"'4 


1 


13 


It) 


3 


4 


a 


2 


^^H 


•i9 


13 


17 


1 




1 


23 


8 


15 


6 


4 


I 


^^H 


42 


22 


20 


1 


'"l 




37 


19 


18 


4 




8 


^^H eo~&5 


10 


16 


3 


1 


1 




17 


14 


3 


1 


1 




^^1 65-CO 


28 


U 


14 








27 


14 


13 


1 






^■^ roaD'tnv.'r ... 


6 


4 


1 


1 


1 




3 


3 




1 




1 


Not staled 


6 


fi 




... 






6 


C 




... 




" 


. Total Others 


624 


286 


239 


191 


104 


87 


283 


154 


129 


60 


27 


£S 


Hi^H 




L 


^■. ^k. 












J 



PHH 


■ 


■ 


■ 


^^^^^^^ 


I 


I 


I 


I 


■ 










TABLE VII. " 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 








Age, Sex and Civil Condition, 












Bhapal Citij. 








An Religions. 




■ 


m 


1 


■ 




P 


PU'.ATION 




Unmarrieo. I 




MAnini.:n 






ViDOWKD 




AdK. 








1 












^^1 




l'orsr>n8. 


Mjiloa. 


'■'u ma Its. 


Persons. 


\1i.IeB. 


Kb males. 


Hersi.na. 


Males. 


Kc males. 


Persons. 


Mdfis. 


13 


1 


•^ 


3 


4 


h 


C 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


0—1 


2,aR5 


1.233 


1.1S3 


2.:-i8i 


1,23.1 


1.1.11 


, 




1 






-M 


)-:i 


1,"8.'. 


I-IH 


6f.7 


1.0W2 


6-J5 


5.'.7 


3 


3 








... ■ 


■J -;l 


l.'i''l 


78,1 


UiiS 


1.8U0 


783 




1 










... ■ 


:i i 


l.HSI 


biil 


8:'0 


1,83;) 


9,-.7 


P81 




4 


"4 


"'5 




<*'« 


.1-5 


1.7 its 


1,0 8 


780 


1,716 


943 


772 


78 


7.i 


3 


5 




'■ 


Total 0-6 


8,810 


4,523 


4,237 


8,709 


4,440 


4.26Q 


91 


83 


« 


10 




"1 


5-10 


7,222 


.^,R10 


3,112 


T,02'> 


3,t;65 


3,335 


93 


81 


9 


109 


61 


48 ■ 


llU-13 


T.tWii 


4,7 In 


2.P37 


6,7"e 


3.236 


2, 3;i 


1,720 


1,3113 


327 


1K4 


87 


77 


If— 


5,7-9 


3.5.^8 


2,1U 


8.1J4 


1.6=.(1 


bU 


3,1 3 


1,852 


1,271 


412 


156 


SSd 


Z>^~■lf> 


(i.-'35 


3,U0H 


3.177 


1.748 


I.37Q 


36' 


3,851 


1.4'i4 


2,3H7 


036 


213 


421 


^H^ S5 m 


7,II3;> 


3,31S 


3,717 


1,0114 


SsH 


208 


6,-.'3.'. 


2.183 


3,052 


7«i6 


249 


457 


^^B 30— .'!6 


fl.!ll7 


3.3/.9 


3 6.W 


i;i8 


403 


155 


5.248 


3.57» 


2.GtJ9 


1,031 


317 


734 


^M \b--xi 


11,22 i 


2.842 


.^381 


262 


212 


50 


4. 89 1 


2.280 


2,0 J 1 


1,07-i 


350 


723 


^H tf>-46 


S,.^.fi2 


2,a:)-i 


2,7-0 


5:7: 


201 


70 


3,835 


S.3.'» 


1,536 


1,440 


333 


1,103 


^^K ^fi-.'i'f 


4.712 


2,252 


2, IBO 


£68 


183 


1o 


3,.'j|2 


1,710 


1,802 


94:j 


369 


583 ^ 


^^K &J-53 


4 111 


1,-^7 


i;,287 


142 


76 


CO 


2.3oa 


l,.-.!<3 


710 


i,(;ti9 


178 




^■^ 65''i< 


3.15.1 


i,*;--? 


1.170 


113 


68 


35 


2.171 


1.265 


90d 


889 


360 




^^ en ami 


2,l>i''J 


i,iJ«;( 


1,8^3 


66 


35 


SI 


1.247 


883 


3ii4 


1,623 


Itio 




r N.t....,i ... 


:;78 


u 


i?72 




... 




3.7 


6 


271 


1 




l^^l 


ToUil ... 


70,561 


33,386 


37,675 


28,239 


16,383 


11.866 


37,697 


19 674 


17.923 


10,72.5 


2.899 


7,S88S 


Hir.du. ■ 


0-1 


l.-Ml 


r4S 


505 


1,212 


G48 


6H4 


I 




1 


... 




... ■ 


1-3 


44(1 


2U 


2:l:> 


443 


2118 


2.15 


9 


'"3 










■J— 3 


707 


330 


3. -.7 


70 i 


34J 


357 


1 


1 










3—4 


ff89 


48 1 


40S 


H79 


480 


399 


5 




'4 


5 






■1-5 


if:j:i 


&8.-. 


248 


862 


610 


312 


70 


75 


1 


6 




&:H 


Total o-a 


4,183 


2.275 


1,913 


4,092 


2.180 


1,897 


8B 


80 


6 


10 




10,^1 


^ G-iO 


2 .i«ll 


1,412 


1.131 


S.-'-fi 1 


1.435 


1,126 


1 




1 


18 


7 


11^1 


^^V 10-15 


3.8 ••7 


l.HJil 


l,o;(a 


2,407 


1,«14 


793 


431 


2lf, 


2111 


49 


3(1 




^^B^- 15—^0 


L'.:;7n 


l,:(9.i 


88J 


J, 041 


823 


218 


1,026 


491 


636 


212 


82 




^H .SU--i5 




l.OiJO 


1,4;(7 


li„l 


4.,a 


192 


1.G38 


635 


1.103 


288 


80 




^H[.S.-.-30 


a.flHT 


J, 280 


1087 


388 




110 


2,2«7 


8B2 


1,37 S 


313 


119 


iM ■■ 


^^KbO-36 


3,1 fNl 


1,3114 


l.liOri 


270 


174 


10.-1 


2,1.^5 


1.047 


1.148 


628 


173 


353 


^^KSfi— 40 


3.0 ;(i 


1,412 


I.iJ.M 


loo 


so 


20 


2.401 


1245 


1,216 


613 


117 


SSA 


^■«0-4& 


iMfl.l 


1,118 


1,07.- 


113 


94 


18 


1.516 


8ia 


6'0 


5118 


IPH 


370 


^^V^-(>o 


2.i:J2 


l,.10l 


1.121 


1J3 


99 


41 


1,9.H1 


],OrfH 


BHii 


335 


141 


3U _ 


^^B fiO— Go 


1.771 


HM 


»ao 


m 


43 




1,..10 


741 


2<-.9 


698 


67 


63 lJ 


^^■'fiS-<:0 


i,m8 


9f,fi 


6.'-.2 


23 


16 


7 


1,222 


87>> 


316 


303 


Gl 


as^l 


^^■'60 UD'I 


l.lUl 


413 


mi 


16 


12 


4 


.153 


23J 


l-'2 


730 


1115 


&^H 


^^H Kot fcUied 


100 




100 








99 




99 


1 




1^ 


Tot.il ... 


32.775 


16,814 


16,861 


iisae 


7,333 


4,663 


16,244 


8.262 


7,992 


4,645 


1,239 


3.400 


Jain. J 


^^ O-l 


34 


16 


If) 


.14 


IS 


10 












-M 


^^_ 1-2 


13 


t> 




13 




7 














^^1 S-3 


34 


21 








13 














^^K 3-4 


U 


(1 


7 


Kl 


















^^K 4-5 


18 


9 


H 


18 





'.' 








... 




•"■ 


^^Kl O-G 


112 


60 


62 


its 


6C 


5a 








... 


... 


-'-■ 


^^m 5-ia 


ISO 


l!4 


r.n 


]?■> 


fil 


I'll 


5 




5 






...V 


^^H 10—16 


144 


n:i 


0! 


KB 


71 


17 




"10 


42 


'"4 


""2 


3 


^H 1&-20 


I'i-J 


73 


!t(i 


l<i 


47 


3 


117 




Bl 


2 




3 


^^B so-^5 


16-I 


lis 


•'0 


411 


3S 




10 1 




82 


11 


"b 





^H »-30 


101 


51 


47 




7 




81 


40 


41 


13 




6 


^K 30-as 


104 


r,3 


f.l 




2 




78 


43 


3) 


21 




^^_H 


^^■- 86—10 


81 


42 


3'i 


3 


3 




51 


2li 


■I:^ 


27 




14^1 


^^mta-v. 


10 > 


,^4 


/.5 


2 


2 




N2 


52 


30 


2.'i 






^^m 4S— 50 


19 




13 










10 


4 


1) 






^^K S<)-5fi 


lO'J 


ri) 


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13 


10 


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41 


13 


28 








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13 




27 




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683 


639 


42B 


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697 


332 


365 


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Age, Sex abd CSvil Cooditioii. 












Bhnpal State. 






















PofCLATlOS. 


fjMA««lED. 




Hakuo 






WioowH). 1 


Aon. 






















PeraoM. 


H.le«. 


Fenulei. 


Per^ 


lUlea. iFemaka. Penons. 


llalea. 



9 




'cnOM. 




1> 








1 


S 


3 


4 


« 


6 1 7 


8 


10 


11 


IS 


0-1 


1,97« 


1,004 


972 


I,»74 


1,002 1 972 


2 


2 












1.449 


740 


7'ia 


1.448 


740 1 708 


1 




1 










2.0:2 


1/ill 


].<)61 


8,0C8 


1,009 1 1.069 


4 




2 








S-4 


I3e« 


902 


CfW 


1.8iJ 


895 


96! 


10 


6 


4 


1 


1 




♦-5 


iti»a 


W4 


B51 


1^1 


928 


943 


19 


13 


6 


6 


s 


i 


Total 0-6 


9,260 


4,601 


4.e5B 


9.218 


4,674 


4.e44 


3e 


£8 


IS 


a 


« 


2 


S-IO 


B,02r 


4,55B 


*,*71 


8,603 


4,293 4,310 


330 


S04 


IIH 


101 


S9 


46 


10-IS 


»,34l 


6.426 


3,91.1 


6.763 


3.72fi 


3,038 


2,383 


1,607 


776 


196 


94 


UI 


IS-M 


63«& 


3,'J86 


2.».'W 


2.718 


1,931 


787 


3,755 


13S3 


1,8« 


413 


I61 


M 


•in-tb 


7,485 


4,078 


3,407 


a.O'JS 


i.-w 


361 


4,721 


2v068 


S,«» 


686 


W3 


an 


Ib—Vi 


8,181 


4,3:!U 


3,861 


1,347 


1,130 






2.8ffl 


3,087 


919 


3C2 


ua 


80-35 


7.jy3 


4,033 


3.7flO 


658 


542 


116 


5.85S 


3.0e5 


2,870 


1300 


42S 


774 


33—40 


5,823 


8,821 


3.00-i 


3r2 


2U 


68 


4,390 


2.1M 


3J54 


1.121 


-UI 


<» 


40-~t5 




3,152 


8.0fl2 


310 


231 


79 


4.161 


2^10 


1.661 


1,773 


411 


l,3tl 


iH-M 




1,69G 


2.101 


158 


118 


40 


2,591 


1.216 


1.376 


1,047 




ess 


50-65 


4,ig8 


1.768 


2.44G 


133 


59 


71 


8.273 


1,380 


FS3 


1,792 


319 




P6-60 


2.477 


1,214 


1,2«3 


162 




43 


1,492 


704 


788 


833 


401 


43J 


60 ujd oTcr ... 


3.208 


1,432 


1,836 


97 


76 


21 


1.554 


1,125 


429 


1,617 


S31 


\^ 


Not ftt«led 




14 


l'J5 


34 




21 


JJS 


1 


172 


2 


... 


8 


Total Uusalman 


83,888 


43.oee 


40.932 


32,601 


18,782 


13,819 


39,699 


20.730 


18,969 


11,688 


8,544 


8,44 



O-l 


2,042 


1,011 


1,031 


2.039 


1,009 


1,030 


3 


2 


1 










i,7(ii 


862 




1.758 




E9S 


3 


8 


1 








2-3 


2,364 


1,151 


1.210 


2,342 


1.140 


1,202 


23 


14 


8 










2,092 


i-ll 


1,151 


2,077 


934 


1.U3 


14 


7 


7 


1 




1 


4-6 


2,431 


1,120 


1,314 


2.335 


1,060 


1,275 


86 


48 


37 


13 


11 


S 


Total 0-6 


10,693 


8.088 


6,608 


10,861 


8,003 


6,848 


128 


74 


84 


14 


11 


8 


16-10 


9,S96 


4,893 


5,003 


9,212 


4,646 


4.S66 


631 


126 


408 


SO 


21 


» 




10,783 


6.778 


5,010 


8,196 


4.815 


3.381 


2,410 


889 


1.5il 


189 


71 


108 




»,7-i» 


4,382 


4.318 


4,105 


2.677 


1,128 


4.201 


1,568 


2,646 


119 


147 


172 


20-M 


8,330 


3,789 


4.511 


2,112 


1,429 


713 


6,314 


2.a34 


3,280 


874 


3se 


M8 


26-30 


8,612 


3.972 


4.640 


1,391 


863 


628 


6.953 


2.700 


3,253 


1.168 


409 


759 


80-36 


8,361 


4,097 


4,S61 


6fil 


460 


204 


5.830 


3.098 


2.832 


i,767 


539 


1,828 


35—40 


5.29'.! 


2,191 


2.808 


45D 


333 


131 


3,616 


1,712 


1,874 


1,K7 


417 


810 


40-45 


6,447 


2.SI83 


3.401 


412 


214 


lOrt 


4,186 






1,949 




1,460 


45-50 


*.i6a 




2.086 


227 














353 




fiO-65 


4,763 


2,2ii7 


2,49f{ 


i74 


107 


07 


8,903 


1,S81 


1,222 


1,686 


479 


1,807 




2.269 


891 


1.368 


39 


30 


9 


1,391 


6B2 


729 


829 


199 




eOoDdover ... 


3,U49 


1,183 


1,867 


84 


48 


36 


1,245 


803 


442 


1,720 


331 


1,38U 


NotHUtud 


160 


75 


75 


146 




72 


3 




3 


1 


1 




Total AElmlstic 


91,441 


40,974 


47,467 


37,799 


20,829 


16.970 


40,688 


19,339 


21.247 


13,066 


3,806 


9,260 



iChrlBtlan. 
Jevisli. 































8 


7 


1 




















2—3 


9 


8 


1 
























9 


4 


13 


9 


4 














4-5 


16 


9 


9 


i£ 


9 


7 






2 


... 


' — 


- 


Total 0-6 


48 


33 


16 


*a 


83 


18 


S 


... 


B 


... 


... 


_. 


6—10 


31 


8 


S3 


29 


7 


22 




... 




2 






10—15 


62 


43 


19 


29 


18 


11 






6 














38 


22 


























24 


8 


16 






















26 


S4 






















20 






7 
















22 


16 


6 




4 


















29 


12 


17 






1 
















42 


22 


vo 




1 
















60-55 


19 


16 


a 




I 


















28 


11 


14 


... 




... 








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b 


4 


1 


■ I 


















Kot ilatea 


6 


6 








... 






— 


— 


... 


•" 


Total Otbera 


SM 


286 


889 


«l 


lOi 


87 


ess 


»8* 


188 


60 


» 


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I. Betcription of the Slate: ~1he Stale ot Dharie sitnated in the Bhopawar Political 
Charge. It is surroaoded on all sides, except on the east where it meets the Central 
Provinces, by other states of Central India. It haa a total area of 1,775 aqnare miles which 
may be compared for aiie with Somersetshire [167S). The Natural Divisions are Plateau 
area 744 and Hilly area 1,031. The total population is 142,115. 

II. Biitorioal—'ihB State of Dhar is ruled by Ponwar Marathas, The founder was 
Anand Rao Ponwar. The State was confirmed by British Goyernment in 1819. The 
present Chief, who is a minor, succeeded in 1898- 

III- Administrative fliumonj— There are 9 Ptrganas in the State. The lareeat, 
Nimanpur haa an area of 350 square miles, the smallest is Suodarsi with an area of 10 
iqnare miles. 

IV. DittribMtion of the people. — 
I (1), Mean dentHy, — The mean density of the State is 99 persons per square 
^mile. The Natural Divisious shew 106 persons per square mile in Plateau and 60 
rio the Hilly tracts. The density has decreased by 19 per cent, (2) Town and 
\ Village.— There are two towns and 513^ villages in the State. The average town popnla- 
[ tion is 11,597 and the average village is 232. The village gronp chiefly met with is "Under 
500." 

T. Religions. — The State is essentially Hindu in character. I There are 66 per. 
cent. Hindna, 23 per cent. Animists and 9 per cent. Mahomedaua in the State. The Urban 
figures shew 72 per cent. Hindas, 20 per cent. Mahomedans and 4 per cent. Animists. The 
Natural Divisions shew fl greater population of Animists in the Hilly tracts. 14 per cent, 
to 9 per cent, in Plateau. 

VI. Age, Sex and Civil Condition: — 

(1) Proportion of the lexei — There are 992 females to 1,000 males in the 
State. In the Urban the ratio is 974 and in the rural 995. The Natural Divi- 
sions shew 1,020 in Plateau and 956 in Hilly. There is a defect of females in the State 
but the difference is far smaller than in 1891. [2) Civil Coniiiion.— There is as usual no- 
thing special to remark on. The figures shew a difference of 14 per cent, between the num- 
ber of girls between 10-15 married in the Plateau and in the Hilly tracts, 

VII. Education. — There are 5,335 literate males or 7 per cent, in the State and 195 
literate females or 3 per cent, of all ages. The Urban return shews 2,932 literate persons or 
13 per cent, and the rural 2,403 or 2 per cent. In the Natural Divisions we find 3 910 
literate males or 10 per cent, and 120 literate females or 5 per cent, in the Plateau, and 1 425 
literate malej or 5 per cent, and 75 literate females or 2 per cent, in the Hilly tracts. The 
means of education in the State are :— 1 English School up to Entrance, 29 Hindi Schools 
7 Marathi Schools, 6 Urdu Schools, 2 Sanskrit Schools and 4 Unspecified Schools. 

VIII. Lan(;waji?j.— Certain dialects are spoken by large numbers in the State they 
are (1) Hindi in whole State (2) Marathi in whole State, (3) Maiwi in whole State, i (4) 
Nimari in Dharampnri and Sultanahad Perganat, {5} Bhili (Bhilari) in Badnawar, Dbaram- 
puri and Kukshi Perganat, (.6) and Marwari in Dhar town. 

IX. Castes — The castes which predominate in the State are :— Ahir, Brahmans 
Bania, Banjara, Balai, Ohamar, Darzi, Gowali, Jat, Kalota, Kulmi, Kumhar, Kalal, Kachhi 
Maratha, Mali, Rajput, Teli, Shaikh, Saiyad, Pathan, Oswal and Bhil. 

X. Occupations which may be considered predominant in the State : — Landlords, 
tenants, agriculturists, grain and pulse dealers, tenants unspecified, general laboarers, and 
field labourers. 



Census of Dhar SUte 1901. 



/5 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE I. 



DenBity of the Population. 



Natural Divistons 


Mean density per square mile. 


Variation Increase (4-) or Decrease (— ) 


Net Variat 




1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


1891 to 1901. 


1881 to 1891. 


1872 to 1881. 


1872 to 19 
(+) or (- 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


Plateau ... ••• 
Hilly tracts 

Total 


106 
60 

00 


118 


• ••••• 


••• ••• 


—10 









SUBSIDIARY TABLE II. 
General Distribution of the Population by Religion. 



HiLIGIOMS. 




1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of Varia- 
tion Increase (4-) 
or Decrease ( — ). 


Net Var 




















tionlSS 






Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


1891 
to 
1901. 


1881 

to 

1891. 


to 1901 


1 


2 


3 


* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Hindu Plateau 

„ Hilly tracts ... 
Animist Plateau 

„ Hilly tracts ..« 


... 
... 
..• 
... 


57,804 
35,983 
12,679 
19,951 


4,068 

2,532 

892 

1,404 


••• 

... 
•.• 
••• 


••• 

• a. 

• •• 

• •. 


••• 
... 
... 
... 


••• 
•*• 
... 


••• 

... 
••• 
... 


••• 

•*• 


••• 
••• 

• •a 
... 


Total HiBdn and Animists 


••. 


126,417 


8,806 


162,701 


0010 


133,840 


8,068 


—17 


+14 


—7,43 


Jain Plateau 

„ Hilly trads ..• 


... 
••• 


2,258 
729 


159 
51 


••• 

•*• 


... 


... 


••• 


... 
••• 


*** 

• •• 


... 

••• 


Totajl Jain ... 


••• 


2,087 


210 


8,630 


212 


3,087 


207 


—17 


+14 


—10 


Mosaknan Plateau 

„ Hilly tracts ... 


*•• 


7,731 
4,917 


544 
346 


... 


... 


... 

... 
1 


••• 

••• 


••• 


... 


... 
••• 


Total Mnsalman 


•.• 


12,648 


800 


13,160 


777 


12,960 


822 


-4 


+7 


+87i 


Others Plateau 

„ Hilly tracte ... 


... 
... 


61 
2 


4 


... 


... 
••• 


••• 
••• 


••• 


... 


... 
... 


••• 
••• 


Total Others ... 


... 


63 


4 


14 


1 


89 


9 


+360 


—64 


+2- 


Total Plateau 
„ Hilly tracts ... 


*•• 
... 


80,533 
61,582 


5,657 
4,333 


... 
••• 


••• 

... 


• •• 

... 


... 


... 

... 


... 
... 


••• 
... 


•Grand Total ... 


... 


142,116 


10,000 


160,474 


10,000 


140,244 


10,000 

1 


—16 


+14 


— 7,l2i 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE III. 

General proportion of the Sexes by Natural 
Divisions, Districts and Cities. 



Natuilil Divisions. 



Females to 1,000 Males. 



1901. 



2 



1891. 



1881. 



1872. 



Plateau 
HUly 



1,^ 



••• 



Total 



,020 
956 
002 



... 



068 



033 



••• 



... 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 

Actual Excess or Defect of Females by Natural 

Division and District* 



Natural Divisions. 



Number of Females in Excess (+) 
or in Defect ( — .) 



1901. 



1891. 



1881. 



1872. 



Plateau 
Hilly tracts 

Total 



... 



+ 803 


••« 


•.. 


— 1,384 


••• 


.*• 


— 803 


— 3,676 


».. 



••• 



Cenios of Dhar State 1901. 



74 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 

Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each sex for Natural Divisions. 



Nataral Divisions. 



Plateau 
aaiy Tracts 



Total 



Plateau 
Eilly Tracts 



Total 



At all ages. 



73 



2 



*u 

u 
0(3 

E 

a 






4,655 
4,646 



4,485 
4,596 



4,651 4,634 



4,705 
4,723 

4,712 



o 



860 
758 

815 



3,060 
3,473 

8,236 



2,235 
1,084 

2,062 



Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex. 



0—10 



u 
a 
IS 



25« 
197 



230 



515 
491 

604 



9,428 
9,480 

9,461 



• 


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i> 


rs 


t« 


o 


c5 


o 


^ 


73 


c 


^ 


() 


7 


9,727 


15 


9,786 


17 


9,764 


16 



10-15 



t3 






57 
29 

46 



8 



MA 

2,265 
1,277 

1,869 

FEMA 



o 

1: 

s 

a 



9 



LES. 

7,558 
8,515 

7,961 

LES. 



5,344 5,277 



3,U18 
3,791 



6,771 
6,900 



o 



10 



177 

208 

190 



379 
211 



15-40 



03 



11 



'E 

s 



12 



6,315 2,771 
6,629j 2,727 



6,409 2,761 



7,045 
7,454 



309 7,219 



1,004 
1,036 

1,017 






13 



40 and over. 



914 
747 

840 



1,951 
1,510 

1,764 



• •.< 

t 

eS 

1^ 



14 



7,304 
7,451 

7,368 



3,428 
3,768 

3,660 



•c 

B 

d 



15 



486 

487 

487 



192 
263 



o 
t3 



16 



2,210 
2,062 

2,146 



6,380 

5,979 



2211 0,219 
I 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE 71. 
Education by age, Sex and Natural Divibions. 









« 




Literate per 1,000. 












Natural Divisions. 


0—10. 


10- 

« 


-16. 




1 5—20. 


20 Lnd over. 


All ages. 




























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4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


•9. 


10 


11 


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28 


1 


88 




3 


120 


8 


124 




4 


98 


3 


Hilly Tracts ... 


5 


1 


34 




2 


63 


8 


60 




2 


45 


2 


Total ... 


18 


1 


66 




3 


99 


5 


96 




3 


76 


3 



SUBSIDIARr TABLE VII. 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. 



Caste, Tribe or Race. 




Pbbsons. 


Pkrcbntaqb op vari- 
ation Incbbasb (4-) 
Decrbasb ( — ). 


Net variation Increasa 
(+) or Decrease ( — ). 




1901. 


1881. 


1881 to 1901. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Hindn— 

Ahir •.* ... 

Balai 

Bania 

Brahman ... 

Chamar ... 

Gujar 

Kachhi ... ... 

Kunbi 
Bajput 
Teli 

Aminist— 

Bhil ••• ••• 

Jftma ... ... •« 

Qond ••• ... .. 


>* ... 

■* ... 

• ... 

• ... 

. .. t 
1. ... 

• ... 
. ... 

• ... 
. ... 

1. ... 
. ... 

a ... 


2,305 
7,611 
2,748 
8,490 
3,047 
313 
1,142 
9,744 
12,381 
2,062 

18.607 
356 


2,292 

8,873 
3,605 
7,730 
2,890 
1,310 
745 
8,516 
15,911 
1,722 

18,068 

300 

15 


+•6 
—14 
-24 

+10 
+6 
—76 
+53 
+16 
—23 
+20 

+3 
+19 


+13 
—1,262 

—857 

+760 

+167 

—997 

+397 
+1,288 
—3,630 

+340 

+439 
+66 
•••••• ^ 



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DhiT State. 



78 

TABLE VII. 

Age, Sex and Civil CouditioD. 

All Seliglons. 





POPOLATIOS. 


Umuabrikd. 


Marricd. 


Widowed. 




Person!. 


MslM. 


Femalw. 


Persone. 


Males. 


FemalM. 
7 


PereoOH. 


Males. 


FemaleH. PeraonB. 


Mitlee. 


PeinHfcK 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


8 


6 


10 


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13 


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1,176 


1.223 


2,335 


1.173 


1,223 


4 


3 


1 








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880 






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1,461 


2.871 


1,420 






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1.887 


3,120 


1,508 




23 


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1,693 


1,885 


3,496 


1,666 


1,830 


78 


88 










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13,681 


e,ee? 


6.984 


13,MB 


6,644 


6,904 


123 


63 


70 


10 




10 


6—10 


lfi.S55 


8.S.W 


7.996 


15,490 


8,236 


7,2.H 


883 


298 


685 


82 


25 


57 


10-16 


18,014 


9.'>r)2 


8.412 


12.617 


7,684 


4,96:1 


4.974 


17S.'i 


8.189 


3U3 






16—20 


ie,au 


7,7M 


8.^50 


6.f.54 


4,609 


1,945 


8,430 


2,81« 


5.fll6 


1,060 






SO-25 


14,671 


e.987 


7.681 


3.151) 


a.477 






4.085 


6,(140 


l,3!t6 






26—30 


14,156 


6,879 


7,877 


],7l4 


1,377 


437 


10,Ee9 


4,937 


5,1)52 


1.853 






30— ar, 


14.765 


7.40n 


?,36.i 


9i7 


642 


305 


11.097 


6,000 


S,0f<7 


2.721 






86-40 


8.073 


4,378 


3,6'5 


355 


888 




6,930 


3,694 


B.38tt 


1,788 






40-45 


10,^38 


6,379 


5,051* 


439 


303 




6,521 


4,234 










46r-fi0 


4.2m 


S.269 


1,967 


\bb 


103 


62 


8,iil9 


1,714 




1.442 






60-55 


5,732 


2,632 


3,100 


155 


103 


52 


2,7C7 


1,874 


833 


2,870 


656 


2.21! 


65—60 


1.707 




S04 


40 








6i7 


330 


710 


ais 




eo and over 


4,056 


1,877 


2,178 


118 


76 


42 


1,478 


1,168 


310 


8,459 


633 


1,821 


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6 




2 


1 










... 




Total ... 


142,118 


71,848 


70,707 


S5,Q1C 


32,418 


22,897 


66,633 


83,184 


33,349 


20,267 


5,746 


14,C21 



O-l 


1,902 


879 


923 


1,801 


878 


r23 


1 


1 










1^2 


1.200 


63d 


663 












1 








2-3 


1.900 


962 


938 










3 


7 


8 






3-4 


1,948 


928 


1,020 


l,93;1 


921 


1,014 


12 


7 


6 


1 






4-6 




1,050 


1,196 


2,186 


1,031 


1,166 


57 


19 


38 




... 




Total 0-5 


9,006 


4,467 


4,689 


9,009 


4,427 


4,682 


81 


30 


«I 


6 


... 


( 


6-10 


9,771 


5,221 


4.6G0 


8,393 


4,097 


3,996 


721 


207 


SU 


57 


17 


4( 


10-16 


11,849 


e,388 


5,461 


7.6)51 


4,874 


2,787 


3,891 


1.410 


S.481 








16-20 


10.754 


6,224 


6,530 


4,112 


3,003 


1,110 


5,938 


1.944 


3,^4 


701 






20-26 




4,6S1 


6,119 


1,854 


1:437 


427 


7.012 


2,953 


4,059 










9.«48 


4,254 


4,788 




721 






3,126 


3.7^9 


1,180 










4,766 


4,8jS 


616 


389 






3,866 


3,291 












8,y87 


2,608 


239 


137 


103 




2.603 


1.648 














3,560 


275 


189 


86 




2.90! 


1,805 






l,8tt! 








1,337 


103 


64 


39 


1,832 


1,207 


626 








60-55 


4,05G 


1,813 


2,243 


108 


68 


40 


1,868 


i;257 


611 


2,080 






65-60 




650 














276 


637 


185 




60 «ud over 

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2,939 


1.38* 


l,'i46 


76 


65 


SI 


1,066 


836 


821 


1,797 


r 




Total ... 


03,787 


47,063 


46.724 


34,066 


20.378 


18.688 


46,700 


22,686 


28,014 


14,021 


3,899 


10,02! 



0-1 


66 


96 


40 










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46 


87 


19 


46 




















48 


18 


30 


48 




















44 


22 


22 


44 


22 


















64 


40 


S4 


«3 


40 


23 


... 


... 


... 


1 


... 




Total 0-5 


268 


133 


136 


864 


131 


183 


3 


2 


1 


1 


... 


1 


6-10 


232 


108 


124 


214 










17 




... 




10— IS 


288 


1.'.8 


130 


157 










73 








16—20 


378 


207 


171 


113 








91 


143 


31 






20-25 


329 


167 


162 


71 








86 


128 


44 






25-30 


313 


174 


139 


66 


63 


s 


202 


108 


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30-36 


261 


132 


129 


23 


22 


1 


187 


38 


89 


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13 


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60 


10 




40-46 


218 


116 


102 


12 


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117 


76 


42 


89 


91 


Gfl 


45-60 


123 


66 




16 












43 


10 




50-55 


169 


83 


86 


6 










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95 


25 


70 


66-60 


69 


89 


80 


7 










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29 


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137 


71 


«6 


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11 




37 


91 


6 


89 


29 




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Total ... 


2,987 


1,1102 


1,420 


963 


641 


88S 


1,485 


7SS 


700 


B8S 


186 


403 



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NOTE ON THE CENSUS 



OF THE 



BARWANl STATE 



I. Description of the State. — The Stake of Barwaai is situated iu the Political Charge 
of Bhopawar. It is surroaaded on all sides by other States of Central India. It has a 
total area of 1,178 square miles which may be compared to Chester (1,116). The only 
natural division in it is the Hilly. The total population is 76,136. 

II. Historical. — The Ranas of Barwani are Sisodias and connected with the (Jdaipur 
family. Though the family lost most of its possessions during the Maratha invasion 
in the XIV century it never became tributary to any Malwa chief. The present Chief is 
a minor and succeeded in 1894. The State has practically been under administration 
since 1894. 

III. Administrative Divisions. — For administrative purposes the State is divided 
into 6 Perganas, The largest has an area of 340 square miles, the smallest is Barwani with 
on area of 85 square miles. 

IV. Distribution of the people :— 

(1). Mean Density. — The mean density of the State is 65 people per square mile, 
^hich low figure agrees well with its physical constitution, of only Hilly tract. 
(2). Town and Village. — There are only 1 town and 332 villages in the State. The 
population of the only town is 6,277 and the average village population is 210. The village 
group chiefly met with is that of " under 500. " 

V. Religions.— The character of the State is Hindu. The population consists of 50 
per cent. Hindus, 5 per cent. Mahomedans and 43 per cent, ^Animists. The urban figures 
shew 67 per cent. Hindus, 24 per cent. Mahomedans, and 7 per cent. Animists. 

VI. Agey Sex and Civil Condition : — 

(1) Proportion of the sexes.— There are 983 females to 1,000 males in the whole 
State. In towns there are 1,072 and in villages 976. Females are in defect but as in 
other cases the difi^erence is much less than that at other enumerations. (2) Civil Condition. — 
There is nothing special to note in the figures in this case. 

VII. Education. — There are 2,160 literate males or 6 per cent, and 36 literate females 
or 1 per cent, in the state of all ages. The urban figures shew 714 or 11 per cent, and the 
rural 1,482 or 2 per cent. The means of education in the State are 1 English School up to 
VII standard, 19 Hindi Schools, 8 Urdu Schools, and 5 Rote Schools. 

VIII. Languages. — The dialects which are most talked in this State are : — 
Nimari, Marwadi, Gujarathi, Marathi and Bathvi (a Bhili dialect). 

IX« Castes, — The castes which seem to be most prevalent are Ahir, Bania, 
Brahman, Koli, Kunbi, Kachhi, Mankar, Rajput. Sirvi, Tadvi, Bhil, Bhilala, Bharud 
and Shaikh. 

X. Occupations which may be considered predominant in the State : — Milk and butter 
8ellers> Fuel sellers and grass cutters, Watchmen and other village servants. Tenants un- 
specified, Grain dealers, Beggars and Fishermen. > 



Censni of Barwani State 1901. 



83 



Barwani State. 



Natural Divisions. 



Hilly Tracts 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE L 
Density o£ the Population. 



Mean density per square mile. 



1901. 



2 



1891. 



1881. 



1872. 



Variation increase + or decrea8e( — ^ 



1891 

to 
1901. 



6 



1881 

to 

1891. 



1872 

to 
1881. 



8 



Net T 

tloi 



1872—1 
(+)ori 



66 



66 



••• 



-3 



••• 



•M 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE II. 
General Distribution of the Population by Religion. 







1901. 


1891. 


, «ft , Percentage of Variation 
^^^^- Increase (+) Decrea8e(— ), 


Net Tar 

1881 
120 


Bhjoion. 




Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 


Population 
per 
10,000 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


1891 to 1901. 


1881 to 1891 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


19 


Hindu 

Animist •.• 


••• 


38,670 
32,894 


6,079 
4,326 


••• 

*•• 


••• 
••• 


••• 
••• 


••• 
••• 


••• 
••• 


••• 


• 
» 


Total Hindu & Animist 


... 


71,664 


9,400 


76,702 


9,666 


63,423 


9,466 


— 7 


+ 44 


+ u 


Jain 

Musalman 

Othera ••• 


••• 
•«• 
... 


335 

4,197 

40 


44 

651 
5 


305 
3,250 
9 


38 

405 

1 


381 

2,632 

9 


67 

46^ 

•2 


+ 10 
.. 29 
+ 344 


— 20 
+ 23 

*•• 


+ 

+ 


arand Total 


*•• 


76,136 


10,000 


80,266 


10,000 


66,446 


10,000 


— 6 


+ 48 


+ « 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IIL 
General proportion o£ the Sexes by Natural Divisions. 



Hilly Tracts 



NaTUBAL DIVI8IOM8. 



Females to 1,000 Males. 



1901. 



2 



1891. 



1881. 



983 



926 



952 i 



Bemarka* 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IIL 
Actual excess or defect of females by Natural Divisions. 





Matukal Divisions and Districts. 


Number of Females in excess 
(+) or in defect(— ) 






1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Bemarki 




I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Hilly Tncts 


••« ••• ••• •.• ... 


—640 


—3,140 


—1,391 





CensoB of Barwani State 1901. 



Barwani State. 



84 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 
Education by Age, Sex and Natural Divisions. 











Literate 


PER 1,00G 


L 








Natvbal Divibions. 


All ages. 


0-lG 


10—15 


15-20 


20 and ot« 




Males. 
2 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Femalea 


Males. 


Femi 


1 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


< 

< 


Hilly tracts ••• 


66 


1 


8 


•8 


88 


1 


71, -6 


86 





Natural Di< 

T18I0RB. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VI. 
Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex for Natural Divisions. 

Civil Condition of 10,000 Males. 



At all ages. 



-8 

I 



2 



HiUytractB 



4,188 



•8 

o 



0—10. 



1 



•c 

B 

a 



6 



o 
o 



10—16. 



t 



8 



9 



•8 

o 



10 



15-40. 



•8 



a 



11 



. 



12 



'8 

o 



13 



40 and over. 



I 



14 



-i 



15 



6,078 



739 



108 



9,877 



16 



818 



9,103 



84 



6,363 



2,766 



881 



7,889 



690 



1 

4 



K 



«•< 



If ATDRAL Di- 
visions. 



Civil Condition of 10,000 Females. 



At all ages. 



t 
i 



2 



i 






! 0— 10 






^ 



.1 

5 



6 



-8 

o 

•••• 



10 — 15. 



•c 



8 



1 
I 

a 

a 
P 



'8 

o 






10 



15 — 40 






11 



a 

a 
P 



12 



•8 

o 



13 



40 and o? er. 



14 



Hlllytracts 4,i40 



4,177 



1,674 



802 



9,678 



20 



2,464 



7,860 



186 



•8 



15 



o 



IC 



7,242 



1,111 



1,647 



8,800 



288 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VIL 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. 



6,8 



Caste, Tribe and Race. 







1 


Hindu:* 






Ahir 


«•« 




Balai 


••• 




Bania 


... 




Brahman 


••• 




Chamar 


••• 




Qujar 


••• 




Kachhi 


»•• 




Knnbi 


*•« 




Bajput 
Tdfi 


*•• 


1 


Animist.— 






Gond 


.•« 


■ 


Kola 


.•• 


. 



«•• 

• .. 

• .. 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 
••• 
«.• 
«•. 



... 



«.• 
..• 
... 
«•• 

• •• 
... 

• a. 
«•• 

• •• 
.•« 



• •• 



• •• 

• •« 

• •• 

... 

• •• 
... 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



••• 
• •• 



Persons. 



1901. 



2 



20,73 

1,971 

1,561 

1,900 

526 

144 

865 

1,876 

2,148 

839 



2,722 



••• 



MM^B^iMH^MMi 



1881. 



PercenUge of Variation 
Decrease (—) or In- 
crease{+)1881tol901. 



2,342 

ii837 
1,400 
2,943 
91 
1,042 

962 
1,649 

668 



8,606 



••• 



— 11 



+ 
+ 

+ 



15 
36 
82 
58 
18 
95 
30 
25 



- €6 



BSMAKKi. 



— 269 



»•• 



+ 

t 

+ 



S7« 

eoo 

2,417 
fiS 

187 
9U 
491 
171 



- ifi» 



•». 



%•« 



Comparison with 1891 figures is not possible as no such details were given for States on that occaskm. 



85 






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C«niu3o£ DarwiDJ Stata 1901. 



Birwani State. 



87- 

TABLE Yll. 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 

All Religions. 





Population. 


L 


NUAnniK 






MABBlEn. 






Widowed 


























fersoQH, 


Males. 


Females. 


r'eraona. 


Mules. 


Females 


,.„™. 


Mulo». 


Females 


I'erHonB. 


Moles. 


Fei 


1 


3 


3 


1 


5 


G 


, 1 . 


9 


.0 


11 


12 


] 


0-1 


1,036 


6S0 


A.m 


l,03fl 


5E0 


150 
















l,.i;!7 


709 


728 


1,133 


7oe 


727 


1 


3 


1 










2,0U 


897 


1,117 


1,9H8 


883 


i,:i)6 


15 




11 








3—1 


3,3 IS 


992 


1,35« 


2,2H7 


9m 


1,31H 


28 


7 


21 


3 


2 




4-5 


2,749 


l,3i8 


],531 


2,flm 


1,2U5 


1,489 


62 


13 


39 


3 






Total 0-5 


9,654 


4,8Be 


5,168 


S.448 


4,367 


S,08l 


99 


27 


72 


7 


2 




5—10 


10. 'JIG 


5,3G5 


6,551 


10,567 


5,274 


5,283 


329 


78 


251 


30 


13 




10-16 


9,«3l 


a,2U 


4,G17 


8,114 


1,741". 


3,31t« 


l..-)57 


424 


1,133 


130 


41 






7.3a7 


3,5^7 


3,860 


3,558 


2,;i77 


1.181 


3,468 


1.035 


3,433 


361 








7,701 


3.565 


4,U9 


1,478 


1,181 


2ii7 


6,4«7 


2,153 


3,.^34 


739 








7,724 


4.001 


3,723 


8.:9 


<i73 


157 


5,873 


2.1127 


2,9.W 


1,02-2 






3II_35 


7,303 


4,056 


3,247 


4 65 


34,^ 


l-iO 


5,472 


3,227 


2,245 


1,366 








a,10fi 


l,y59 


1.537 


235 


15E 


80 


2,533 


1,.W0 


1,003 








411—15 


4,710 


2,429 


2,291 


1S8 


128 


60 


3,C04 


ISfU 


l.OBO 


1,.'.18 






4;')— GO 


l,9i« 


1,048 




118 




40 


1,194 


762 


132 








6U— 56 


2,191 


1,393 


1,399 


102 




29 


1,430 


1,015 


4'5 


1,260 






55-60 




IS? 


381 






SI 




359 


156 


306 


101 




BO nnd over 


l,it]9 


945 


974 


73 


53 


■Id 


lib 


624 


151 








Sot stated' 


















1 


4 


2 




Total 


76,136 


58,388 


37,748 


30,262 


19,405 


15,767 


E1.718 


16,057 


15,661 


B,1S6 


2,836 


e,: 



0—1 


135 


211 


221 


4.15 


211 


221 















I— a 


602 


296 


30S 


(MO 


291 


30ti 


2 


2 










S— 3 


857 


403 


461 


849 


401 


448 


7 


2 


6 


I 






9—* 


951 


4:i0 


521 


937 


435 


612 


It 


4 


8 




I 




<-S 


1,012 


495 


517 


1,019 


491 


538 


21 


1 


17 


2 






Total 0-6 


3,887 


1,S3S 


2,062 


3,840 


1,822 


2,018 


42 


12 


30 


G 


1 






4,915 


2,3fi4 


2,r,8i 


4,692 


2.S09 


2,383 


232 


46 


186 








10—15 


4,759 


2.006 


2,153 


3,605 


2:3 12 


1,293 


1,063 


264 


799 








15—20 


3.G31 


l.eiiG 


1,965 


1,412 


1,050 


362 


3,016 


553 


1.463 


203 


63 




20—26 


4.211 


1.966 


2,249 


732 


6:J4 


138 


3,120 


1,241 


1,879 








26-30 


4.244 


2,2*) 


a,004 


407 


310 


67 


3,293 


1.690 


1.602 








30-36 


4.172 


2,351 


1,821 


230 


rJ6 


34 


3,151 


1.870 


1,281 








36-40 


1.903 


1,078 


825 


106 


87 


19 


1,373 


846 


627 


1^4 






4*1—15 


S,7B6 


1,108 


1,360 


85 


69 


16 


1,747 


1.101 


643 








45-60 


1.040 


567 


473 


61 


44 


7 


642 


123 


219 


347 






50-65 


1,G37 


811 


823 


34 


29 




806 


602 


203 


7B8 






66-60 


366 


188 


168 


7 


C 


1 


203 


147 


56 


146 


35 




60 and over 


1,112 


514 


639 


13 


:o 


2 


^93 


331 


62 


707 


173 




Kotetctcd 


1 


1 


3 








3 




1 








Total 


08,670 


IB, see 


10,074 


16,213 


8,873 


6,336 


18,081 


9,130 


S,9SI 


6,376 


1,688 


3, 



O-I 


3 


2 


1 


3 


2 


1 














l-I 


2 




2 


2 




2 














2-3 


4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


3 














3-4 


» 


6 




9 


6 


3 














4^6 


9 


5 




9 


6 


4 




... 


... 








Total 0-5 


27 


14 




87 


14 


13 




... 






... 




6—10 


29 


16 




28 


16 




1 




1 








10—15 


S3 


13 




14 


IS 


2 


8 


1 


7 








16-20 


38 


29 




17 


17 




20 


12 


8 








20-26 


39 


17 




13 


12 


1 


16 


5 


11 








26-30 


34 


17 




12 


12 




16 


3 


13 








30-33 


37 


23 




6 


5 




26 


16 


11 








35-40 


23 


16 




6 


6 


1 


11 


9 


6 




2 




40—45 


24 


12 




1 


1 




16 


11 


5 








45-SO 


18 


14 




2 




;.. 


11 


9 


2 




3 




60-55 


19 


10 










9 


8 


1 


10 


2 




55—60 


9 


4 












3 










60 and over 


15 


8 




3 


















Not stated 




... 






















Total ... 


336 


163 


142 


128 


68 


30 


144 


39 


ee 


83 


16 





la of Borwaui State 1901. 



'lABLE VIT. 
Age, Sex iiiid Civil Condition. 





POPDHTION. 


I 


NMARttlK 




Marrikd. 




WlLOWBD. 


AOK. 


























Persons. 


Males. 


Kemales, 


fersonB. 


Males. 


FomaloB. 


Pereonfi. 


«.,... 1 


FumnleH. 


PeraoaB. 


Males. Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


« 


9 1 


10 


U 


12 • 13 


0-1 


94 


47 


47 


91 


47 


47 














1—3 


b6 




:t5 


60 


;:l 


35 














2-3 


93 


44 


49 


1>3 


44 


■19 














3— i 


90 


4-> 


48 


86 


41) 


45 






3 








4-6 


H>9 


63 


66 


lua 


60 


53 


0. 


3 


3 








tax. 0-5 


442 


207 


236 


431 


202 


229 


11 


6 


e 








6-10 


501 


2i7 


a.>4 


484 


2U 


?43 


15 


6 





2 




2 


10-15 


5i-I 


278 


264 


463 


E66 


197 


«5 




(>4 


4 




3 


16-20 












31 


18 li 


66 


12U 


12 


2 


10 


20-a5 


im 


222 






88 


13 


31J5 


121 


181 


27 


10 


17 


85—30 


i3b 


232 




65 


45 


10 


3;;i 


163 


160 


46 


^ 19 
^ 32 


27 


30-36 


4£S 


228 


200 


47 


35 


12 


31K> 


lai 


139 


81 


49 


36—40 


2i8 


1S2 


90 


17 


11 


6 


178 


112 


66 


63 


S9 


21 


40—46 


2it8 


163 


145 


18 


11 


7 


191 


115 


76 


89 


27 


02 


45-50 


136 


81 


54 


9 


G 


3 


74 


51 


23 


62 


24 


28 


60-fio 


181 


91 


90 


2 


2 




91 


67 


24 


88 


21 


66 


66-60 


49 


3t 


19 


1 


1 




25 


23 


■2 


23 


6 


17 


60 and over ... 














6a 


48 


U 


76 


15 


61 


KotSuted 














... 


... 




... 






Total 


4,1B7 


2,181 


2,016 


1,786 


1,038 


761 


1,866 


eee 


890 


563 


is: 


366 



0—1 


5^3 




183 


frf13 


320 


183 














1—3 


777 




3W5 


775 


3111 


3S4 


2 


1 


1 








2-3 


1.059 


449 


«lt) 


1,(151 


447 


604 


8 




6 








3-4 


1.267 


511 


753 


1,255 


5:3 


7J»S 


11 




10 


1 


1 




4—5 


1,589 


665 


924 


1,563 


659 


904 


25 


6 


19 


1 




1 


tal. 0-5 


6,195 


2,340 


3,SG5 


6,147 


2,329 


2,818 


46 


10 


36 


2 


1 


1 


6—10 


5,438 


3,736 


2 702 


5.350 


2,706 


2.644 


. 81 


36 


55 


7 


4 


3 


10-15 


4,.i05 


2,31fi 


2,189 


4.070 


2,165 


1,905 


401 


138 


263 


34 


13 


21 


IS— 2D 


3.348 


1,633 


1,716 


1,9&6 


1,167 


788 


1,248 


415 


833 


145 


50 


85 


ao— 2S 


3,016 


1,350 


].Be6 


632 


477 


165 


2,044 


783 


1,261 


340 


90 


25U 


25—30 


3,005 


1,5''7 


1,498 


3fi2 


272 




2,228 


1,061 


1,164 


426 








2,658 


1.440 


1,309 


180 


107 




i,m;io 




813 


488 






36—40 










62 


64 


957 


552 


405 


2sa 


108 


J50 


40-45 


1,1(19 


858 


761 


64 


47 


37 


1,048 


684 


364 


487 


127] 


360 


46-50 


721 








25 


30 


466 


278 


188 


200 




119 


60-65 


962 




477 


U6 


42 


24 


622 


335 


187 


364 


98 


266 


65—60 


463 


264 


189 


49 


29 


20 


273 


176 


07 


131 




73 


60 and over 


651 


359 


2»2 


58 


41 


17 


314 


241 


73 


279 


77 


202 


Not StuteJ 


12 


IS 




10 


10 










2 


3 




Total ... 


32,894 


ie,394 


16,600 


18,114 


9,469 


8,646 


11,618 


5,880 


6,738 


3,162 


1,046 


2,117 



f Sikh. 
{ Parsl. 
L Christian. 





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15-20 
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3 
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36-40 


1 


1 












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40-45 


3 












2 




2 










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2 


3 




1 


1 






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3 


3 










3 


3 










65—60 












1 












60 and over 


3 


1 


2 








2 




1 








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... 




Total 


40 


24 


16 


18 


12 


6 


20 


12 


8 


2 


2 



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NOTE OH THE CENSUS 
OF THE 

DATIA STATE. 



aista of 'J5 per 
I Urban figurfcs 



I, Detcription of the Stale. — Tbe State of Ddtia is aitnated in the PulUical Charge of 
Bundelkbiind, It ia surrounded on all siJes, except on the east where it meets the United 
Provinces of Agra auJ Oodh, by other states of Central India. It has a total area of 912 
square miles which luny he compared to that of Berkshire (897). The only natural division 
in it is^the Lon-lyiog. The total population is 173,759. 

II. HiHorieaL — Gue of the three treaty states of Unndelkband, tbe other two are 
Orchha and Samthar. The Maharajas of this State ary of the Orcbba family. Dalia came 
wnder the British Govornmeni after the treaty of Busaein (1802). The present Chief suc- 
ceeded in 1857. 

Ill- Adminiitrative diciiions. — For administrative parpoaes the State is divided into 
five perganas- The area of tbe jierganas is not known. 

IV. Dtelribution of tlie people:— 

(I) AJean tienjilv-— The mean density of the State is 190 people per 8<inare 
mile. It has filleu by 3 3 per square mile since ISiJI. (2) Town and village. — 
There are 3 towns in Datia and 455 villages- The average town population 
IB 11,352, the average village 308. Tbe villages are mostly of the "under SOO" class. 

V. Relic/ions.— The character of tbe state is Hindu. The population c 
oeot. Hindus, 4'08 per cent- Mahomedaos, -0005 per cent. Animists. The 
iihetv 62'C of Hiiudus 17'3 of iSfaho'ioedaus aud rest iusignificaut. 

VI. Age, Sex and Chil Condition:— 

(1) Proportion of the «z<*.— There are 923 females to 1.000 males in 
the whole State, la towns there are 9C0 and in villages 912, There is a defect of 
females, but aa in other cases less- than in 1881 or 1891. (2) Civil Condition.- 
There are 864 wives to 1.000 husbands in the State, in rural 951. There ia nothing in par- 
ticular to comment on here. 

VII. Education. — There are 3,506 or 38 per cent, of literate males and 102 or 1 per 
uent. of literate females in the State of all ages. The Urban figures shew 10 per cent, for 
males and 3 per cent, for females, the Rnral 2-3 per cent, for males and 07 per cent, for 
females. The means of education ia tbe State are 5 Vernacalor schools, one school teaching 
Persian up to first class, one School teaching up to Middle, and a High School teachiue. 
English up to Eutraoce Standard. 

VIII. Z(ni^was«.— The tongues which are most talked in this state are Bnudel' 
khandi, Hiudi and Urdu, There are no dialects peculiar to the state. 

IX. Gattes — Tbe castes which seem to be most prevalent and peculiar are Dhsmi,. 
Jaaondi, Jangada, Kamarya, Kasera, Dahayat, Duukar, Barar, Sanjogi andChamar, 

X. Occupatiom predominating in the 5ittJ*.— Weavers, Singers, Actors, etc.. Betel 
(■rowers and sellers. Baskets, mats, etc, makers and sellers, Paper makers, Workers in iroa, 
({otton spinners, Knife grinders and Toolers. 



Ceasui of Datia State 1901. 



Datia State. 



92 
SUBSIDIARY TABLE I 

Density of Population. 













• 






1 




Mean density per aquare mile. 


Variation Increase (+) Decrease (— ) 


r4 


Natural Divisionk. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


1891 to 1901. 


1881 to 1891. 


1872 to 1881. 


1872 to m 
[+1) or(-.. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


o 




• 

Low-lying tracts 


190-4 


2048 


• •• 


••• 

• 


— 139 


••• 


••• 


— 



SDBSIDIARY TABLE 11. 







General Distribution of Population by Religion. 








1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of Variation 
Increase (+) DecreaBe( — ) 


N«t TaiiatioB 

1881 U 

1901 


Religion. 


Number. 


Population 

j)er 

10,000. 


Number. 


Population 
per 
10,000. 


Number. 


Population 
per 
10,000. 


1891 to 1901. 

8 


1881 to 1891. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 7 


9 


10 


Hindu 
Animiat 

Total Hindus & Animists... 

Jttosalman 

Jain 

Others 

Total 


166,170 
9 

166,179 

7,095 
485 

••• 

173,759 


••• 
••• 

9,568 76 

408-32 
27-92 

••• 

10,000 


••• 
••• 

178,376 

8043 

20 

1 

186,440 


••• 
••• 

9,667-42 

431-39 

1-07 

•06 

10,000 


••• 

174.202 

8,381 
15 

••• 

2182,698 


••• 

9,540-10 

458-89 
82 

••• 

10,000 


••• 
••• 

-^6-8 

—117 
+23-26 

••• 

—6-8 


••• 
••• 

+2-4 

-4-5 
+33-3 

••• 

+2-1 


••• 

—8,083 

—1,286 
+470 
••• 

—8,830 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE III. 
General Proportion of the sexes by Natural Divisions. 



Natural Divisions. 



Low-l^ng tracts 



*•• 



Females to 10,000 Males. 



1901. 



2 



1801. 



1881. 



Bemarks. 



023-17 



808*86 



805-97 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 
Actual excess or defect of female by Natural Divisions. 



Natural Diyisioks. 



Low-lying tracts 



••• 



«•• 



Number of females in excess (+) or 
in defect ( — ) 



190L 



2 



1891. 



1881. 



Remarks. 



— 6,041 



0,090 



— 9,998 



1SU3 o£ State ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. ^^B^^^^^^^^H 

la Slate. Distribution by Civil Coodition o£ 10,000 oE each sex for Natural Divisions. ^H 


^^^Btural Division. 


Civil CondilioD of 10,000 hUhs. ^M 


At aU ages. 


0—10. 


10—15. 


15—40. 


40 and ^M 


i 

t 

s 


i 
t 

1 


I 


1 1 


"3 

."2 


1 


1 


i 
1 


1 
1 


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1 


1 


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1 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 8 


7 


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10 


U 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


ying tracts ... ..J 
ying- tracts ... ...) 


O 

1 


1 

1 


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■1 


1 
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B of 1,00 

i 


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1 


1 

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1 




to 


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1 







1 




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1 








SUBSIDIARY TABLE VL M 
Proportion oE Wives to Husbands for Religions and Natural Divisions. ^| 


^^^BNatural Divisigii. 


Number of Married Females per 1,000 Married Males. ^M 


All EeligioQa. 


Hiodii. 




Jain. 


Aflimist. 


Urban. 


^1 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


» 1 


lying tracts ... 


864-77 










1, 500-0 




9dt'5 ^M 


8S5-79 


877-G 


1, 157-40 




1,008-4 


: 3 uniDiig Che AaimiRts nod lieacu Che rei;ult. ^^| 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE VIL H 
Educations by Age, Sex and Natural Divisions. ^| 




Literate per 1,000. ^| 




0- 








15—20. 


20 and over. ^| 










Males 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Ualet.. 


Females. 


Males. 


Fem>l»^| 


1 


•2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


•1 


-lying tracts 


6-37 


042 


.13-77 1 0'24 


S7-35 1 2-63 


4312 


0-49 ^M 


SUBSIDIARY TABLE VIIL 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. 


1 


Castk Tribe oa Race. 


rersonB. 


Percentage of Variation 1 
Iiicroaae [+) Decrea>to {— ) | 


Net variatioa ^^| 

Increase ■ 

or Decreaaa ^M 

1881-1901. ^M 


1901. 

2 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


18S1— 1901. 






1 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


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low 

r ::; ;;: :; ::: ;;; 
U ;:: ::: ::: ::: 
I ::: ::: ::: 


1:3,977 
7.963 

7,105 

8,141 
l'J,&U 

2,315 
U,2fl.S 

4,204 


1 


24,961 

e,76i 

6,186 
8,066 
21,193 

3,74G 
16,894 
3,826 


4 
< 

•A 


— 4-12 
+ 1509 
+ 13-52 
-f 4--U 

— 8-CO 

— 61-81 

— 18-28 
+ 1375 


::: 




037 '^1 
4- 1,203 ^H 

1,6II> H 
1,431 ^1 

3,611 ■ 


:*:: 


^^^^^^^^^ _^^^^^H 



94 



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TABLE VII. 


















Age, 


Sex and Civil Condition. 












Datia State. 








AURBligions. 












AGE. 


Population. 


UfiHARBIEB. 


Mabeeied. 


Widowed. 1 




Persons 


Males. 


Females 


Person 8 


Males. 


Females 


Persona. 


UaW. 


Females. 


Persona 


Males. 


FeouitH 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


fi 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


IT 


0—1 


4,S83 


2,«2 


3,321 


4,667 


2,456 


3,311 


16 


6 


10 






1 


1-3 


3,290 


1,694 


1,696 


3,365 


1,680 


1,685 


24 


U 


10 


""l 




"*1 


2—3 


4,507 


8,381 


2,126 


4.469 


2,3S7 


2,102 


33 


14 


19 


5 






Z—i 


4,07g 


3,079 


1,999 


4.016 


2,054 


1.962 


61 


25 


36 


1 




1 


4-5 


ilass 


^,099 


2,166 


4,133 


2,019 


2,083 


113 


49 


64 


4 


"l 


1 


Total 0-0 


20,818 


10,715 


I0,O0S 


20,56S 


10,606 


9,949 


847 


108 


139 


It 


1 


10 


6—10 


18,591 


fl,652 


S,939 


i6.ae9 


8.S05 


7,46* 


2,i83 


813 


1,450 


39 


14 


25 


10—15 


18,034 


10,003 


8,026 


10,580 


7,181 


3.393 


7,177 


2,733 


4,461 


277 


lOi 


176 


16—20 


17,185 


9.694 


7,491 


5,548 


4,405 


1,143 


11,064 


6.068 


5,99S 


573 


221 


35! 


20-25 


15,865 


8.189 


7.666 


2.954 


2,293 


661 


11.864 


6,488 


fl,37d 


1,037 


408 


629 


35-30 


15,695 


8,113 


7.482 


1,53B 


1,212 


337 


12,832 


6,473 


6,359 


1,234 


428 


796 


30—35 


14,203 


7,608 


6.700 


809 


6SS 


143 


11,547 


6,220 


5,327 


1,847 


017 


1.230 


35—40 


10,689 


5,013 


5,675 


495 


347 


118 


8,430 


4,216 


4,214 


1,763 


450 


],313 


40-45 


12,803 


6,628 


6,177 


609 


386 


123 


8,817 


5,157 


3,660 


3,477 


1,083 


8,391 


46—50 


8,418 


4,442 


4,006 


250 


193 


67 


6,908 


3.411 


2,497 


2,290 


838 


l.iW 


00—55 


8,958 


4,S73 


4.386 


269 


225 


41 


5,129 


3,232 


1.S97 


3.560 


1,115 


3,415 


55— SO 


4,916 


2,421 


2,495 


148 


116 


30 


2.901 


1.612 


1.363 


1,863 


663 


1,303 


00 and over ... 


7,670 


3,402 


4,363 


316 


170 


46 


3,491 


2,U5 


1,316 


3,963 


1,087 


2,876 


Not Btateii 




... 


... 


... 




... 














Total ... 


173,768 


90,350 


83,409 


60,139 


38,603 


23,631 


91,693 


46,716 


44.977 


21,927 


7,088 


t4,M}l 


Hindus. 


0—1 


4,523 


2,374 


2,143 


4,507 


:!,3S8 


2,139 


16 


6 


9 








1—3 


3,lfl« 


1,629 


1,537 


3,143 


1,617 


1,536 


■2i 


13 


10 


1 




1 


2-3 


4,S10 


2,893 


3,017 


4,274 


3,280 


1,991 


31 


13 


13 


5 




5 


S— 4 


3,904 


1.999 


1,905 


3,84'! 


1,975 


1,871 


57 


21 


33 


1 




1 


4-5 


4,100 


2,936 


2,074 


3,935 


1,978 


2,007 


lU 


47 


61 


4 


""'l 


3 


Total 0-8 


20,002 


10,321 


8,681 


19,755 


10,818 


9,537 


236 


102 


134 


It 


1 


10 


5-10 


17,809 


9,359 


8.550 


15,540 


8,435 


7,105 


2,335 


811 


1,424 


31 


73 


21 


10- W 


17,2*9 


9,587 


7,661 


10,031 


6,827 


3,301 


6.947 


2661 


4,38ft 


270 


99 


171 


15-30 


16,458 


9,276 


7,188 


6.328 


4,161 


1,057 


10,683 


4,903 


5,780 


548 


1313 


335 


80-26 


15,125 


7,820 


7.305 


3,818 


2.181 


631 


11,326 


5,247 


6,079 


981 


389 


593 


35-30 


14,903 


7,742 


7,161 


1,419 


1,110 


309 


18.390 


6,203 


6,038 


1.164 


400 


764 


30-35 


13,521 


7,160 


6,361 


760 


630 


130 


11,017 


6,942 


5,075 


1.744 


688 


1,16< 


35-48 


10.266 


4,789 


5,477 


474 


335 


139 


8,102 


4,023 


4,079 


1,690 


431 


1,259 


40—45 


12,192 


6,327 


JS,865 


469 


3W 


109 


8,398 


4,925 


3,473 


3,325 


1,043 


2,383 


45-50 


8,143 


4,278 


3,864 


233 


183 


5U 


5,710 


S,282 


2,428 


2,199 


813 


1,38S 


50—56 


8,551 


4,357 


4,m 


251 


316 


38 


4,911 


3,037 


1,811 


3,3811 


1,074 


2,313 


55-60 


4,770 


2,343 


2.437 


131 


101 


27 


3,827 


1.595 


1,232 


1.812 


644 


1,168 


•0 and over ... 


7,183 


3,16l> 


4,017 


■189 


148 


41 


3,30S 


2,000 


1,306 


3,688 


1,018 


3,670 


Hot sUted 


... 












... 












Total ... 


166,170 


88,435 


70,74B 


07,831 


34,041 


S2,390 


;87,987 


44,759 


43,288 


20,862 


6,725 


14,127 





7 


3 




7 


3 
















1-2 


4 






4 




4 














a-3 


21 


13 




21 


13 


8 














3-4 


15 


7 




16 


7 


8 














4-5 


1 


3 




7 


3 


4 


... 


... 


... 


... 






Total &-5 


54 


26 


88 


64 


26 


88 




... 


... 


... 




... 






18 


13 


26 


16 




G 


2 












64 


29 


25 


33 


26 


6 


22 


3 


19 








15-20 


34 


20 


14 


8 


7 


1 


26 


13 


13 










80 


36 


44 


16 


16 




60 


19 


41 


4 








49 


28 


21 


5 


5 




35 


30 


IS 


9 






30-36 


34 


18 




7 


6 


1 


21 


n 


10 


6 






35—40 


34 


I7 




2 


2 




31 


11 


10 


11 




7 


40—15 


45 


19 




4 


4 




19 


10 


9 


22 




17 


46—60 


19 


U 










12 


» 


3 


7 




6 


&0-&6 


27 


1« 


11 


1 


1 




7 


« 


1 


19 




10 


U-60 


6 


4 


2 








3 


. 2 


1 


t 




1 


<0 and oTer .„ 


18 


6 


IS 








2 


2 




IS 




13 


Not auted 


... 




... 


... 


... 


... 




... 






... 




TotjU ... 


486 


847 


S38 


16» 


100 


4a 


ass 


108: 


196 


07 


80 





nmfl of Bute 1901. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| 

TABLE -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 

Age, Sex and Civil CoDdition. ^^^^^^^^^H 

atia State, Musalman. ^^^^^^^^^H 


^^m AuE. 


POPL'LATIOK. 


Ukmarbikd. 


JlABBIED. 


~ 1 


PeraOflB. 


Ualea. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


FemalcB. 


Persona. 


Males. 


Females 


PersooH. 


HhIbb. 


FemBlM. 


■ ' 


2 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


ll 

^Kial 0-6 

^H 10-16 

15-20 

20-36 

26—10 

30_36 
^^ 35—40 
^B 40-45 
^H 4F^50 
^H 60-SS 
^H 65-60 
^B 60 and over ... 
^H Kot stated 

^r Total 


163 

120 
176 
158 
148 

786 

749 
731 
693 
6S0 
643 
64S 
387 
b^b 
387 
380 
140 
469 


85 
65 
75 
73 
70 

368 

374 

397 

333 
34d 
323 
207 
279 
153 

lya 

74 

831 


68 
55 
101 
86 
78 

387 

375 

339 
2y5 
317 

avo 

323 
180 
280 
134 
181 

ee 

238 


1S2 
118 
174 
154 
14(1 

744 

701 

517 

3ia 

120 
85 
42 
19 
36 
17 
14 
16 
87 


85 
63 
74 
72 

68 

362 

363 
331 
237 

93 

30 
10 
22 
lU 
S 
12 
22 

1,667 


67 
55 
100 
82 
78 

382 

348 
18u 
75 
27 
19 
12 
» 
14 
7 
6 
3 
6 

l,0»2 


1 
2 
2 
4 
2 

11 

43 
207 
355 
478 
5ii6 
509 
30fi 
3!)g 
186 
211 

74 
183 

3,468 


"'a 
1 

1 

2 

e 

20 
59 
J52 
223 
251 
267 
182 
211 
120 
159 
46 
143 

1,847 


1 
'"l 

3 

6 

23 
148 
203 
266 
255 
2.12 
121 
178 
6ti 
62 
29 
40 

1,621 


... 
... 

5 
7 
2a 

52 
61 
97 
62 

130 
84 

165 
51 

259 

978 


1 
2 
8 
18 
26 
28 
15 
36 
23 
32 
17 
66 

271 


i 

4 

17 

34 

3« 

V^ 

47 

94 

61 
183 

34 
193 

'"I 


7,0B(J 


3,676 


3,420 


2,648 


AnimiBt. m 


m-z. ... 

3-4 
4-5 

^Total 0-5 

^H. 16-30 

^H- 20-S5 

^H. 30-35 

^B 35-40 
^n 40-45 
^H 45-50 

^H 

^H 56-00 
^Hc eoudover ... 
^^B Not BUted 

^P Total 


1 
""l 

2 

2 

1 
1 

'"l 

'"l 
1 

9 


1 
'"l 

""l 
3 


1 
1 
2 

1 

'"l 
"l 

6 


I 

2 

3 

4 


1 

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1 
"l 

2 

I 

3 


1 
1 

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1 

6 


"l 

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2 


*"l 

"'l 
1 

3 


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::: 


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Others. \ Parsl. 

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^H 

^K 8-4 
^H 4-6 

^Hiao-6 

^^V 6—10 
^H 10—15 
^H 15-80 
^H. 20-25 

^^m ss-30 

^H 30-35 
^H 35-40 
^H 40-45 
^H 45—50 
^H 60-65 
^H 66-SO 
^H eOnndover ... 
^^H Not edited 

^^1 Total 


::: 


::: 


;:: 


;:: 


'.'.'. 


::: 






::: 


:;: 


... 


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TABLE X. 








Datia St%te. 






Language. 






, 












Persons. 




.- 


LANGaAQE OR 


Dialect. 












Remarks. 




Total. 


Males. 


Females. 




.'Panjabi 


••• 


1 


••• 


4 


3 


1 




Marathi 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


22 


8 


14 




Ganderi 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


4 


4 


•*• 




Oujrathi 


•• • 


• •• 


••• 


15 


7 


S 




Marwadi ••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


25 


9 


16 




Bundelkhandi 


• X 


• •• 


••• 


141,466 


73,998 


67468 






• •• 


• •• 


••• 


578 


256 


822 




Hindi ••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


29,781 


15,080 


14,701 




Urdu ••• ••• 


• ■• 


• •• 


••• 


1,837 


972 


865 




JBangali ••• ••• 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


5 


••• 


5 




Odiya ••• 


• • • 


• • • 


•• • 


1 


1 


• •• 




Telaf^ 


• • • 


• ■• 


••• 


17 

4 


8 


9 




Porsiao ••• ••• 


• •» 


• •• 


••• 


1 


1 


••• 




Arabic ••• ••• 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


3 


3 


••• 




Total Population 


• •• 


• •• 


• t« 


173,750 


90,800 


8 3,409 




■ 

* 
• 













TABLE XL 

Birth place: 



Birth-place. 



Aiaigarh 

Alipara 

Baoni 

Bijawar 

Bijna 

Charkhari 

Chhatarpar 

Datia 

Garranli 

Gattrihar 

Jigni 

Lughasi 

Orchha 

Panna 

ttamthar 

Tori Fatepur 



••• 



Population. 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



TotalA.j(i) States and Estates 
in Bnndelkliand 



Bhopal 

Gwalior 

Indore 

Maihar 

Nagoda 

Riwa 



•• • 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 



iotal. 

386 

314 

1 

408 

2 

1,143 

125 

136,329 

2 

1 

2 

3 

2,664 

875 

2,692 

2 



144,944 



585 

14,081 

1,150 

76 

117 

1,122 



Total A. (il) States and Estates 

in C. I. other than Bnndelkhand.1 17,130 



Males. 



148 

84 

1 

220 

2 

718 

60 

74,664 



Females. 



••• 



••• 



1,483 

510 

1,514 



79,406 



343 



6,136 



238 

230 



••• 



183 

■ •• 

425 

65 

61,665 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1,181 

365 

1,178 

2 



66,638 



Birth-place. 



••• 



••• 



Alwar 

Bharatpur 

Dholpur 

Jaipur ••• 

Marwar ... 

Mewar 

Bajputana Unspecified 

Total Rajputana 



Bengal 

Bombay 

Central Provinces 

Punjab 

N. W. Provinces and Oudh ... 



••• 



••• 
••t 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 

••• 
••• 
••* 
••• 

••• 



Population. 



I Total B. States and Provinces 
of India other than C. I. 



242 



4,746 


9,335 


352 


798 


••• 


75 


•»• 


117 


695 


427 



Afganistan 



••• 



10.994 



Total population ... 



Persons 


Males. 


2 


••• 


8 


8 


14 


6 


44 


25 


5 


1 


4 


4 


64 


26 



Females. 



141 

8 
244 

2,026 
186 

9,075 



11,680 



70 

4 

103 

669 

125 

3,833 



4,804 



1,73,769 



90,350 



••• 



8 

19 

4 

••• 

38 

71 

4 

141 

1,357 

61 

5,242 



6,876 



8,3409 



KOTE ON THE CENSUS 

OF THE 

CHARKHARI STATE. 



l)etcriplion of tho StaU. — Tlie SUbe of Charkbari is sitnabed in the Btindelkbao li 
Political Charge. It is sarrounded on all siiics, except near Cliarkbiirl tonu where it meete 
thg United Provioces of Agra and Oadh, by other States of Central India, 

It has a total area of 703 sqDure miles. The Low-ljiug natural division only \s 
represented. The total population is 123,954. 

II. Hittorieai. — Founded by Bije Bahadur — a tanad was granted him in 1604 
and another in 1811. 

In 1857 Raja Ratan Slogh received an hereditary salute of 11 guns, a khilal and si 
perpetual Jagir of Ra. 20,000 a year in recognition of his services during Ibe Mutiny. 
The present chief succeeded in 1880. 

in. Adminiitrative divUions. — There are four tehiih in the State. Their individunl 
area is unknown. 

IV. Distribution of tlie people r — 

(1). Mean den silt/. — The mean density of the State is 176 persons per square mile. 
(2). Town and r/iia^f.— There are one town and 504 villages in the State. The 
population of the only town is 11,718, the average village 222. The town fulls in the 
group '■ 10,000— 20.000 " the villages chiefly iu the " under 500" 

V. i?e/'jJon».— The character of the Stats is Hindu. The population consists of 95 
per cent. Hindus, 39 per cent. Mabomedans and 0*62 per ceof. Animists. The Urban figures 
ihew 77 per cent, of Hindus and 2'd per cent, of Mabomedans. 

VI. Age, Sex and Civil Condition.— 

(1) Proportion of the m.wj— There are 974 females to 1,000 males in the whole 
iState. In towns there are 1,032 and in villages 969. There is a defect of 1,500 females 
oa the total population. (2) Civil Condition, — There are 103 wives to every iOO bns- 
binds in the whole State. Urban area shews 113 wives to 100 husbands ; Rural 
area 102. There is nothing special to note as regards Civil Condition and Age. 

VII. Education. — There are 1,634 or 2*6 percent, literate males and 66 or 01 per cent, 
literate females in the State of all ages. The Urban figures shew 9 per cent, males and 0'9 
per cent, females, the Rural 1'8 per cent, males and 0*03 per cent, females. Female figures 
are high except at " 20 and over " The means of education in the State are one High School 
teaching English np to Entrance Standard, one Girls' School and 3 Vernacular Schools, 
teaching Hindi. 

VIII Lanpuagei- — The dialects which are most talked in this State are Bnndelkhandi. 
Banaphari in Bawan-Chaurasi and Satwara Peruana!, Khatola in Bawan-Chaurasi and 
Isanagar. Ratbori in Bawan-Chaurasi. 

IS. Castes- — The castes which seem to be most prevalent and peculiar are Jasondi, 
Kondar, Kurmi, Kacbbi, Sor and Cbamar- 

X- Occupations predominant in the State. — Weavers, Betel growers nnd sellers 
Baskets. Mats, etc, makers and sellers; Paper makers, AVorkers in iron. Knife and tool 
grinders and Cotton spinner^' 



Census of Charkhori State 1901. 



Charkhari Staie. 



101 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE L 
Density of the Population. 



Natural Divisions. 



Low-ljring tracts 



Mean Density per square mile. 



1901, 



1734 



1891. 



1881. 



1 



Variation, Increase (+) Decrease ( 



tion 1 



1872. 11891 t»1901. 



203*60 



Not available 



6 



— 27-26 



188110 1891 



1871^ to 1881. 



8 



Xot available 



1901 
or I 



I 



bUBSIDIARY TABLE IL 

General Distribution o£ Population by Religion. 





1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of Variation 
Increase (4-) Decrease (— ) 


NetVar 


liELIGlON. 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 

t 


Proportion. 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 


Proportion. 

per. 

10,000. 


1891-19C1. 


1881-1891. 


188M 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


11 


Hindu 
Animist 

Total Hindu and Animist, 

Musalman 
Others 


118,007 
770 

118,777 

335 

4,842 

••• 


96,20-22 
62-12 

8,58284 

27-03 
390-63 

••• 


••• 

••• 

136,338 

338 

6,431 

1 


•«• 

8,526-93 

23-62 

449-38 

•7 


••• 
••• 

135,560 

100 

6,273 

62 


••• 

•*• 

9650-05 

&99 

438-62 

4-34 


••• 
••• 

—112-88 

— -89 

— 2471 

— ilOO 


••• 

— 17 

4- 238*00 
+ 2-62 

— 98-89 


— i: 

+ 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE III. 
General Proportion of the Sexes by Natural Divisions. 



Natural Divisions. 



•^.■.■^('■■.^ «*• 



I^ w-lying tracts ... 




FK1IAI.S8 to 1,000 Males. 



1891. 



3 



92^42. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 
Actual Excess or Defect of females by Natural Divisions. 




.«OT 



Natural Division. 



Low-lying tracts 



Number of Females in Excess (+) or in 
Defect (— ) 



1901. 



2 



— 1,692 



i891. 



— 5,466 



1881. 



— ^,881 



1872. 



Not available. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 
Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religions and Natural Divisions 

— I 



Number op married females pfr 1,000 males. 



Natural Divisions. 



n<Js State lOOl. ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. ^M 
arkhari Stale. Distribution by Civil Condition oE 10,000 of each Sex for Natural DiviBions. ^H 




Civil Cobditioh of 10,000 Males. ^H 




AtsJI ftges. 


0-10 


10—15 


15-40 


4..B..™. g 




1 


5 
i 


1 


1 


.2 
1 


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it 


i 


U 


fe 


a 


i 


■s 


33 


p 


1 

& 








1 


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4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


11 


15 


16 


'-lying tracts 
-Jylag traoti 


anil 




10S3M 


ieoi-0 

13801 


7S3»'3B 9W SS05'3ee37S'69 UB-OS M75'8l 

CiTIL ONDITION or 10,000 FgHALB 

I7B&32'M 76'U 5060-SO 1706'T1 318-36 7179-55 


138316 
1333-11 


1110«I639« 
ISS8-31 5917-91 


4 

95873 IIOI 73 
282-M 3779-86 


^h SUBSIDIAKY TABLE 71. fM 
^^^ Education by Age, Sex and Natural DivisionB. ^M 




LtTRBATt PBk 1,000. ^1 


■ 




0-10. 


10-15. 1 


16-20. 


SO ud orer. 






^ 


1 


1 

1 




1 


i 


1 


I 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


■I 


v-iylng tracts 


3-10 


■69 


21'38 


3'73 


.^e-es 


3-21 


36-60 


1 

-45 






SUBSIDIAR V TABLE VIL 1 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. H 


C*STE, Tribe ob Rack. 


PEBSOtO. 


l-KBCSNTAOg OF VABIA 
DSCRKASB (— ). 


^Jet variation lucreu* 
[+) or Decrease (-). 




1901. 


18»1. 


1861. 1 187i. 


1881 to lOtil. 


1 


3 


a 


i 


5 


6 


M 


Brahmtti 

fi^i.p"' 

Ahir 
Balai 
B«ni« 
dwour 

Goi«r 
Eachfai 


14.326 

8,271 

a,e2» 

3,446 
16,»61 

m 

7,659 
3*71 




10.768 
7.760 
8,882 
118 
2,754 
19.728 
162 
8,323 
2,99Q 


3 
'> 

1 


+3212 

+6-58 
-862 

'"+2512 

-19-09 
+38'88 
—7-97 

+1907 


—233 
—118 
+692 

-3,767 
+63 
+«64 
+572 

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105 




















TABLE VU. 


















Age,S 


ex and Civil Condition. 












Charkhari Slate. 






All Religions. 












t. 


Ao«. 


I'OPDLATION. 


Ummakribd. 


tlARRlED. 


WiDOWID. 1 


Persous. 


Uulce. [Females. 


PwKona. 


Males. 


Fem»lcB. 


Persons. 


UEJes. 


Females. 


Penona. 


M*iea. Ftm»lf.l 


1 


2 


3 1 4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


,9 


10 


11 


12 


u 


0-1 


4,0d5 


1,854 


2,211 


3.983 


1,S2G 


2,157 


81 


28 


53 


1 




1 


1-a 


3.472 


1,6:J2 


i.riM 


3,U'J 


1,41.4 


1,705 


314 


78 




L> 




a 


:i-3 


3,877 


l.'.'OQ 


l.BU 


3(161 


1,793 


1,868 


215 


173 


ii 


1 




1 


3-4 


a,* 17 


1,5H8 


1.800 


ac.u 


1,308 


1,706 


378 


289 




15 


1 


u 


4-5 


3,a8a 


1,858 


1.430 


2,G20 


1,314 


1,300 








21 




11 


Total 0-5 


tS.lOB 


8,798 


9,311 


16,487 


7,asc 


S,742 


1,B3B 


1,118 


683 


47 


1 


" 


!i— irt 


12,0iW 


C,979 


6,1ZS 


9,044 


5,407 


3,577 


2,883 


1,398 


1,485 


78 


14 


64 ■ 


HI— l.'i 


J-J,;i70 


G.781 


6,189 


7.239 


4,32(5 


2,U13 


6,503 


8,377 


3,120 


228 


7S 


1» 


15-20 


io.:(W 


5,«I3 


5,397 


3.72a 


2.a80 


1,349 


0,604 


2,875 




387 


148 




■20-2b 


10.91)7 


5,G0l 


5,303 


1,'.'12 


1,368 


514 


7.y43 


3,811 


4,134 


1,050 


436 


m 


•!.->-30 


10,1156 


6, .nil 


S,2i7 


1,780 


oijy 


817 


7,640 


3,896 


3,745 


1,530 


835 


GSS 


30-35 


0,98i 


5,UI9 


4,785 


931 


793 


138 


0,816 




3,444 


2,937 


1,034 


iw 


35—10 


C,5-13 


3,171 


3,416 


509 


466 


133 


4,4811 






1,498 


419 


lj07» 


40-45 


8.34a 


V«I 


4.087 


6U6 


443 








2.413 


2,179 


66S 


1^ 


4S-60 


6,050 


2,y83 


3,073 


396 












1,527 


4S& 


1,013 


ftO— 53 


6,360 


3,02t> 


3,330 


303 










1,917 


U,039 


687 


1,3a 


55-60 


6.312 


2,39G 


2,956 


2.;i 










1,831 


1,069 


865 


i,i« 


ei) ami ever ... 


5,GQ5 


2,G33 


3,U12 


382 












2,192 


976 


WW 


Not staled 


















... 








Total 


123,9Q4 


62.773 


ei,i6i 


43,694 


24,915 


18,079 


03,480 


81,244 


32.186 


18,831 


e,si4 


10,317 



0— I 


:-.8l9 


1,730 


2,080 


3,738 


1,711 




80 


"8 


,12 










3,a75 


1,444 


1,831 


2,963 


1,366 


1,697 


311 


78 


233 


I 




1 


9-3 


3,702 


1,879 


1,853 


3,495 


l,7iO 


1,7S5 


206 


169 


37 


1 




1 


3—4 


3.293 


1.510 


1,753 


2,901 


1,250 


1,061 


377 


289 


88 








4-5 


3,173 


1,803 


1,3,-1 


2,608 


i,2eo 


1,218 


644 


642 


102 


21 




21 


Total 0-6 


17,802 


8,404 


8,808 


16,600 


7,297 


8,308 


1,618 


1,106 


618 


SB 


1 


38 


5-10 


11,453 


6,563 


4,891 


8,698 


5,197 


3,401 


2,781 


1,351 


1,430 








10-15 




0,443 






4,108 


2,74! 




2,:'e9 


3,001 


187 






15-20 


10,079 


6,011 


5,035 




2,178 


1.290 


6,284 




3,656 


327 














1,766 


1,282 


484 




3,615 


3,899 


















912 


768 


7,378 


3,7^3 


3,615 


1,473 


817 


at 


30-3fi 


9,491 


6,009 


4,4fi6 




750 


119 


6,«I 


3,239 


3,202 


2,184 


1,019 


1,164 


35-40 


«,25B 




3,219 


S39 


447 


92 


4,264 


4,182 


2,082 


1,455 


410 


1,045 


40—46 




4,037 


3,801) 


641 


407 


134 


5,274 


a,993 


2,281 


2,091 


637 


1,464 


45-50 


6,830 


2,868 


2,962 




288 


64 


3,988 


S,099 


1,899 


1,490 


481 


1,001 


60-65 


6,038 


2,878 


3,158 




221 


60 


.%ei3 


1,991 


1,819 


1,940 


663 


1,281 


55-CO 


5,1 1« 


2,246 


2,870 




no 


18 


2,961 


1,193 


1,768 


1.921 


837 


i,ea 


GO and over ... 


5,442 


3,621 


2,921 




240 


133 


3,972 


1,3S9 


1,633 


2.097 


&42 


i,ia 


Kot (UteJ ... 




... 






















Total 


118,007 


69,866 


58,152 


41,162 


23,543 


ir,609 


80,668 


29,871 


30,687 


16,297 


6,441 


9,85« 



0—1 


5 


1 


4 


5 


1 


4 












■ 


1-a 


H 


2 


6 


8 


2 


6 














8-3 


10 


2 


8 


10 




e 














3-4 


14 


5 


9 


14 


5 


9 














4-5 


9 


6 


3 


9 


6 


3 












... 


Total 0-6 


46 


16 


30 


46 


16 


30 


... 










... 


5-10 


44 


20 


24 


38 


19 


19 


5 


1 










10—15 




14 


16 


18 


12 


6 


11 


2 










15-20 


H9 


23 


15 


16 


16 




23 


7 


16 








20-25 


40 


SO 


20 


3 


3 




32 


16 


16 








a5-3» 


25 


9 


16 


2 


2 




7 


6 


11 








30-36 


2G 


n 


15 








82 


10 


12 








85—10 


18 


7 


11 


3 


2 
















40-45 


16 


8 


8 


1 


1 
















4.'i-«0 


12 


6 


6 


1 


1 




17 














16 


7 


9 








12 














7 


3 


4 








3 














17 


4 


13 








fi 


4 


1 








Sot BUteJ 












... 








... 






Total .„ 


336 


148 


187 


128 


72 


66 


167 


71 


86 


SO 


6 


4fi 



Khui State 1901. 
tate. 



TABLE VII. 
Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 
Husalman. 



^ 


PoPUATION 




I 


KH.tnRlF 






Mahiwed 










^^m Age. 
























P 


Persons. 


Miilea. 


FemuleB. 


PeraoDB. 


Miilea. 


Females, 


Persona. 


Malea. 


FemileB 


p™-. 


Miilea. 


Femals 














1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


1. 


13 


^ 0-. ... 


225 


108 


117 


224 


108 


110 


1 




1 








^K 1-3 


173 


67 


106 


ica 


67 


115 


3 




3 


8 


_ 


i 


^H S-3 


lU 


74 


70 


135 


70 


65 


9 


4 










^F 3-4 


81 
91 


3B 
44 


43 

50 


BO 
93 


38 

44 


42 

49 


1 


... 


1 


'.'.'. 




.^ 


^ ^b 






... 


Total 0-6 


717 


331 


386 


094 


3S7 


367 


16 


4 


U 


8 


... 


9 




142 


2G4 


178 


3G2 


223 


139 


80 


41 


39 










&45 


294 


•J61 


327 


184 


143 


168 


103 


85 


30 


7 


23 


^^B 15-20 


607 


300 


207 


Tii 


168 


54 


255 


123 


132 


30 


9 


21 


^^H »>-25 


505 


240 


265 


120 


C7 


63 


359 


1R7 


192 


26 


6 


20 


^^K 25-30 


344 


175 


1C9 


8Q 


46 


40 


211 


113 


98 




16 


31 


^^H 30—35 


401 


157 


244 


54 


37 


17 


311 


107 


204 




13 


23 


^^H . 8S— 40 


263 


93 


170 


44 


7 


37 


184 


77 


107 


35 


» 


2S 


^^K 40-4fi 


366 


180 


18G 


63 


26 


27 


246 


137 


109 


67 


17 


50 


^^H 45-50 


166 


65 


80 


32 


9 


13 


118 


72 


46 


25 


4 


31 




256 


109 




IG 




6 


167 


81 


86 


7! 


17 


55_, 




150 


79 




5 




3 


117 


64 


53 


28 


13 


^3 


^H COndover ... 


182 


90 


92 


a 




€ 


101 


69 


42 


73 


S8 


4^ 


^^B Not stated 








2,013 


1,110 








1,204 


477 


ISB 




1 Total 


4,84a 


2,897 


2,446 


gos 


a,8QS 


^ 1,148 


338 



0-1 


15 


6 


10 


16 


6 


10 














^^m 1—2 


16 


9 


7 


16 


9 


7 














^K 2-3 


21 


U 


10 


31 


U 


10 














^H 3-4 


19 


15 


4 


I'J 


15 


4 














V 4-. 


12 





6 


10 


4 


6 


'"2 


'"2 








... 


' Total 0-6 


84 


47 


37 


88 


46 


37 


2 


2 








... 


, 5—10 


66 


33 


33 


46 


28 


18 


17 


6 


13 


3 




S 


^^ 10-16 


89 


30 


59 


44 


22 


22 


34 


3 


31 


a 


"■5 




^■L 15—20 


75 


36 


S9 


E3 


18 


5 


43 


17 


25 


10 


1 


1 


^^M 30-25 


69 


31 


38 


26 


10 


7 


■*o 


13 


37 


6 


2 




^■»^3. 


56 


23 


83 


18 


9 


9 


34 


13 


21 


4 


1 


i 


^^1^ 30-36 


63 


23 


40 


8 


6 




42 


16 


26 


13 


1 


11 


1 35—40 


47 


sa 


16 


13 


10 


3 


30 


22 


8 


4 




4 


r 40—45 


60 


26 


34 


11 


9 


2 


34 


13 


21 


15 


"4 


11 


1 46—60 


49 


24 


25 


20 


U 


6 


21 


10 


11 


8 




8 


1 60-66 


49 


32 


17 


10 


10 




22 


16 


e 


17 


'"e 


U 


^^m 55-60 


39 


28 


11 


2 


2 




31 


22 


9 


6 


4 


a 


^^b BOBDd over ... 


24 


8 


IS 


1 


1 




13 


2 


11 


10 


5 


k 


^^B Not stated 
























-1 


^™ Total 


770 


373 


3B7 


301 


190 


111 


363 


164 


208 


107 


29 


H 










Sikh. 
Parai. 








1 








Others. 


















Christian. 








1 


' 0—1 


















... 






... 


1-2 
























... 


2-3 


















"! 






1 


■ 3—4 


























4-5 


























Total -6 




















... 




.« 


6-10 


























10—15 


























15—20 


























* ao-S6 


























25—30 


::: 




-; 










;;; 










1 30-35 








1 35-40 


























^^1 40-45 


























^^H 46-eO 


























^^B SD-55 


























^^H 55-eo 


























^^H 60 and over 


























^^^H Not 
























.« 


^^m Total 


... 






















-i 



IB of Chorkhari St&te 1901. 



1 

2 
1 


1 

1 


s 


--- 


:• = ••! 


MM;- 


' 7, 


1 


g; 


:-SSS;S 


rSS :,S 


■M::: 


^irr .niM M.i. 


i 
i 


Ol 


rSS ;S 


rSS3 :g 


::••■: 


., _ 1 


5 


t 

1 


5 
£ 


3 


■ 1 


1 


a 




■ : :- ;- 


■■■■■■ 


MMM MMM MMH 






to 


: ! t"^ :"* 


nrr 


! ; : \ 11 






s 


:'° :"* :** 


■ '^ t"^ r*" 


■MM: 


...,:. 


1 


1 


3 


iMMi m:m. .mm. mmm mmm MM.r 


S 


S 


-sss :5 


i r* ;° 




""«:« MMM MM: = 


1 


1 


2 


28S3 :i 


2SSS :S 


M M M 


t*^ :" :" :;::;: :;::;; 


1 


a 


sasg ;| 


S2|g :| 


: " ':"* 


t- ;8 ;S! ; ; ; : : :::•■• 


5 

5 

1 


^ 


1 

a 


o 


laii 




3SSg :g 


ISIS -5 SSiJ:6 ,,,:;: 


1 


» 


||||;| 


22SS ;5 


S32S tS 


S|SE :S 8SSS :E ; t t : 1 ; 


! 


ao 






SS5S S 


- ~ ;» : M M i i 


3 


1 
1 


- 


ssa2:g 


SgS12 :t 


EM M ; 


: '^ : " : ^ ::;:;: :::::: 


■^ 
3 


„ 


S|S| :| 


-SS| :| 






•°" " !» 


"'•" •^^^■- •'^••' 


s 
s 


lO 


"isl :S 


SSS8 :| 


:«""S ;? 




a 




' 


"• o S 




32Sg :£ 


|g||:| SSSSii MM:: 


1 


» 


imi 


S53S -g 


S3SiK ;S 


iiil=i SSSS:S :::::: 


b 


„ 


3iiS=| 


SSSSS 2 


SSSg J 


SlIS -1 §""S iK 


b 


<i 




- 


AU Eellgions- 
0—10 
10-15 
15—20 
30 and over 
Not Etatcd 

Total 


Hlndn- 

0-10 
10-15 
16—20 
20 and over 
Not slated 

Total 


Jaln- 

0—10 

10—15 
lS-20 

20 and over 
Not Btftted 

Total 


MMM mm:: M : ; !! 

!fi|s 7t!i|§ t7^1!3 

l=SSSz "S^S-i °S2s|o 

1 i^H 



dnsus of Charkhari State 1901, 



irkhari State. 



108 
TABLE X. 

Language* 











Total. 








Language or Dialect. 










Rbmabks. 




Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 






1 




2 


3 


4 


6 


ihi 


•«■ •■• •■• 


••• 


61 


39 


22 




uri 


••• ••• ••• 


•• • 


16 


7 


8 




ari 


••• •■• ••• 


• •• 


10 


•.« 


10 




elkhandi 


■•a •«• ••• 


••• 


84,936 


43,232 


41,703 




phari 


••« ••• ••• 


••• 


17,633 


8,766 


8,777 




3la 


••• ••• •«• 


•• • 


9,821 


6,236 


4,686 




)ri 


••• ••• ••• 


• • • 


1,967 


900 


1,067 




• 


•■• ••• ••• 


•«■ 


8,643 


4,151 


4,392 






■•• ••• ••• 


• • • 


1,001 


460 


651 




Bbasha 


••• ••• ••• 


••• 


3 


2 


1 




alkhandi 


••• ••• ••• 


■ •• 


76 


••• 


75 






Total Population 


•• • 


123,954 


62,773 


61,181 


• 



TABLE XL 

Birth-Place. 









Total. 








Total, 




Birth-Place. 










Birth-Place. 










Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 




2 


3 


4 


1 


2 


3 


4 


arh 


••• 


4,400 


2,141 


2,269 


Bhopal 


400 


244 


166 


ra ••• 


•■. 


668 


124 


444 


Gwalior 


344 


168 


176 


i-pahari ••• 


•■• 


19 


••• 


19 


Indore 


608 


291 


217 


••• 


••• 


6 


6 


.•• 


Nagode 


80 


••« 


80 


••• 


••• 


188 


97 


91 


Riwa 


6 


6 


••• 


••• 
"ar t.« 

••• 

iiari 
tarpur 

nrai 


••• 
••• 

•«• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 

••• 


41 

1,001 

1,437 

77,666 

6,969 

868 

4 


7 

824 

4 

39,987 

3,441 

336 

••• 


34 

177 

1,433 

37,678 

2,528 

523 

4 


Total *A-(11) States in Central 
India other than Bundel- 
khand Agency 

Kajputana (anspecifie4)... 

Bombay Presidency ••• ••• 

Central Provinces 

North- W est Provinces and Oudb ... 


1,288 

161 

5 

243 

20,247 


900 

76 

5 

174 

9,388 


670 

85 

69 
10,869 


bar 


••• 
••• 


161 
10 


74 

.a. 


77 
10, 


Total B. Provinces and States 
in India other than Central 
India 


20,666 


9,648 


11,013 


asi 


••• 


821 


443 


378 










la ••• 


••■ 


3,786 


2,620 


1,266 










\ 


•• • 


3,322 


1,484 


1,838 




• 






lar ••• 


■•• 


1,665 


794 


871 










••. 


••• 


52 


36 


16 










?atehpur .^ 


«•• 


148 


104 


44 










A-(l) States and Estates 
BondelUand Agency ... 


102,010 


62,421 


40,680 


Total Population 


128,964 


62,773 


61,181 



NOTE ON THE CENSUS 
OF THE 

CHHATARPUR STATE. 



I. Description of the State. — The State of Chhatarpur is sitnated in the BandelkhaDil 
Political Ob arge. It la surrounded on all sides, except on ihe nortli where it meets the 
United Provincea of Agra and Ouiih, by other states of Central India. It iias a total are* 
of 1,118 square miles including Nowgong Cantonment and Bitebri. The natural divisions 
are Low-lying and Hilly tracts. The total population ia 15G,139. 

II. Historical.— Ihe State was guaranteed to Kunwar Suni Singb in 1806. In 1854 
the State, which would have lapsed to the British Government for want of direct heirs, was 
conferred on Jagat Baj aa a special act of grace. The present Raja succeeded in 1867. 

III. Adminittrative dimiani. — There are four tehsHs in the state. The individual 
areas are not known, 

IV. JDislribution of the people: — 

(I) Mean density. — The mean density of the State is liO persons per square mile, 
which is high compared with Plateau States. The natural divisions shew 131 per square 
mile in the Low-lying and 314 in the Hilly which last is ratlier curious. The density 
has fallen by 15 per cent, since 1891. {2) Town and village. — There are one town aud 
421 -villages in the State. The population of the only town is 10,029, of the average 
Tillage 347. The groups of town and village met with are 10,000—20,000 for towns and 
"under 50O" for villages. 

V. Reliffioiii. — The Stale is essentially Hindu in character. There are 14;$,343 or 
95 per cent. Hindus, 1,651 or 1 per cent, Animista and 6,379 or '&5 per cent. Mahome- 
dans in the State. The Urban figures shew 8,37G, or 835 per ieent. Hindus and 1,540 
or 15'3 per cent. Mahomedans. The natural divisions shew Low-lying, 90 per cent. 
Hindus 3 per cent. Muhomedans and rest insignificant. Hilly trr.cts shew 5 per cent. 
Hindus, 05 Mahomedana. 

VI. Age, Sex and Civil Condition: — 

(1) Proportion of the Sexes. — There are 935 females to 1,000 males in the State. In 
the Urban area the ratio is 1,164, in the Knral 975. The natural divisions shew 938 in 
Low-lying and yOO in Hilly country. (2) Civil Condition: — There is as usual nothing 
special to remark on in the figures we find hero. There are 970 wives to 1,000 husbands. 
The Urban and Rural fignres shew 126 wives to 100 husbands iti towns. The natural 
division figures show 96 wives tolOO husbantis in Low-lying and 103 in Hilly tracts. 

VII. Education. — There are 2,388 literate males or 3 per cent, in the State and 115 
or O'l per cent- literate females of all ages. The Urban return shews 519 males and 3i 
females or 112 per cent, males, 0'6per cent, females, the Rural 1,869 males or 2'4 per cent, 
and 83 females or 0*1 per cent. In the natural divisions we find 17 per cent, literate 
in Low-lying and 1'6 per cent, in Hilly tracts. The means of education in the State are 
17 Lower Primary Schools, 2 Upper Primary Schools teaching Hindi, 2 Gitls' Schools and 
one High School teaching English up to Entrance. 

VIII. LanguagBi. — Certain dialects are spoken by large numbers in the State, the 
ehief one is of course Bnndelkhandi, nest comes Banaphari spoken in Laundi pergana. and 
Khatola in 'Daora. pergana. 

IX. Castes. — The castes which predominate and are peculiar in this State are 
Dangi, Jasondhi, Jangda, Kondar, Sor, Eurmi, Kachhi and Chamar. 

X. The occupations which may be considered as peculiar to the State are : Weavers,- 
Workers in Iron, Cotton spinners and Diamond miners. 



Cenmis of Chhatarpnr State 190!. 



Chhaiarpur State. 



110 
SUBSIDIARY TABLE 1. 
Density of the Population. 



L 





Mean density per square mile. 


Net 3 

Variation increase (+) or decrea8e(— ) ^j^ 


Natural Divisions. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


1891 

to 
1901. 


1881 

to 
1891. 


1872 
to 

1881a 


1872-M 
(+)or!a 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


* I 


Low-lying tracts 


130-82 


•*• 


... 


Not available. 


•*• 


• 


Not ayailable. 


aaa 


Hilly tracts 


1314-59 


... 


•.• 


Not available. 


••• 


••■ 


do. 


•!• 


Mean Density 


140-5 


161-88 


••• 


Not available. - 


15-65 


••• 


do. 


••• 


• 


SUBSIDIARY TAKLE 11. 






General Distribution of the Population by Religion. 




1901. 1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of Variation 
Increase ( + ) Decrea8e( — ). 


NetVariilii 
1881 to 
1901a 


Bkuoion. 


Nuiuber. 


1 

Population 

per 

10,000. 


■ 

Number. 


Population 
per 
10,000 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


1891 to 1901. 


1881 to 1891. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


le 


Low-lying tracts ... 
Hindu Hilly tracts 

Low-lying tracts ... 
Animist Hilly tracts 


140,118 

8,196 

314 

1,387 


8975-85 

524*85 
20-11 

85-63 


... 
... 
... 
• .. 


... 
... 

• a. 


• a. 

... 

• •• 
... 


... 
••. 


... 

• .a 
... 
..a 


a .a 
a.a 
a*. 


a. a 
•a. 
•a* 

••• 


Total Hindu & Animist ... 


149,994 


9606*44 


167,494 


9617-97 


158,108 


9610'09 


— 10-45 

1 


+ 6-94 


— -84^ 


Low-lying tracts ... 
Jain Hilly tracts 


729 
37 


46-69 
2-37 


... 
... 


... 
... 


... 


••• 1 •.. 


• a* 


•** 


Total Jain 


766 


49*06 


711 


40-83 


749 


45-57 


+ 7-73 


— 507 


+ 1! 


Low-lying tracts ... 
Uusalman Hilly tracts 


5,220 
89 


338-80 
5-70 


... 


... 


... 


•*• 


a . ■ 
a*« 


••• 


•aa 


Total Musalmans 


6,879 


344-50 


5,942 


341-80 


5,510 


885*22 


— 9-47 


+ 7*84 


— xa 


Low-lying tracts ... 
Otkers Hilly tracts 


•*• 
... 


•*• 

... 


... 
••* 




••• 
... 


••• 


aaa 
va. 


• a« 

• •• 


••m 


Total Others 


... 


•*• 


••• 


... ••• 


•12 


a.. 


— 100 


••« 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE III. 

Geneml proportion of the Sexes by Natural Divisions. 





Females to 1,000 Males. 


Natqral Divisions. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1878. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 



Low-lying tracts 
Hilly tracts 



• •a 



State 



37-86 

900-81 
93553 



926-33 



... 



907-98 



••• 



Notavilable. 



SUBSIDIARY Table IV. 

Actual excess or defect of females by Natural Divisions. 





Natural Divisions or State. 




Number of Females 


in excess (4-) or in dcfect( — ). 
























1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1878. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


» 




Low-lying tracts 


^ *■• ..a •.• va. 


a*. 


— 4,697 


• •• 


• a. 


••• 


J 


Hilly tracts 


••• t*. taa »»» 


• a. 


— 604 


• •• 


• .• 


••• 


d 


• 


State ^ 


• •a 


— 5,201 


— e,eeo 


- 7,987 


2 

1 





iBQB of Chhatarpur State 1901. 

hatarpur State. 



Ill 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 

Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 Males for Natural Divisions. 











Civil Condition of 10,000 Males. 














At all acres. I 


0—10. 




10—15. 




15—40. 




40 and over. 


inuLL Di- 


























18I0MS. 








1 
























^3 


• 

s 

a 
D 


• 

o 


-2 


6 

a 


• 

o 


• 

t 


•a 

k. 

C3 

E 

a 


-2 

o 


• 


*^ 

03 

^* 
C 

a 
P 


• 

O 
•a 


■ 


• 

s: 


■ 

1 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


-lying- 
act8 


5042*66 


428515 


672 19 


444-40 


9550-75 


4-85 


2284*93 


766917 


45-90 


7108-22 


2315-76 


57602 


5042-66 


4285-15 


67219 


y tracts... 


4014*96 


5400-51 


584-53 


98-57 


9892-47 


8-96 


8J9-33 


9060-40 


40-27 


5791-00 


3758-78 


450-22 


7008*76 


688-36 


23)2*88 


ftCO ••• 


497793 


4366-40 


666-67 


42249 


957240 


6-11 


2190 97 


7763-62 


45 61 7016-90 


2415-81 567-29 : 


7288*68 


765-42 


1945*90 



Civil Condition of 10,000 Females. 



r-lying- 

acts 

y tractfl... 

Rte ... 



5198-33 
4604*82 

6162-63 



3164*53 
3552-55 

3188-06 



1637-14 
1831)63 



1649-42 735 89 



744-03 
571-43 



9240*13 
9405*7 1 

924794 



15-84 
22-86 

1617 



I 



4925*39 
3667-23 

4841-49 



4944-80 
6213-92 

5029-44 



129-81 

e 



ll8-8f 



12948 



8230-41 
6841-41 

812948 



503-87 
1883-74 

68780 



1175-73 
12/1-85 

118272! 



4734-28 187-46 
3357-58 72*73 

466615 181-77 



5078-20 
6569-69 

5162*08 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VL 
Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Relij^ions and Natural Divisions. 



• 


NcuBKR OF Married Females per 1,000 Males. 


ATURAL Divisions or State. 


All Religions 


Hindu. 


Jain. 


Musalman. 


Animist. 


Others. 


Urban. 


RuraL 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 

_ 


6 


7 


8 


9 


mr-lying tracts ... 
\y tracts 

State .». 


966-81 
1033-82 
97022 


972-36 
1056-46 
97615 


714-91 
75000 
716-10 


86293 

823-53 

862-46 


988-64 

922-56 

93766 


•• • 
• • • 
•*• 


1268-78 
••• 
1268-78 


948-59 
1033-82 
95317 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VII. 

Education by Age, Sex and Natural Divisions or State 









Literate per 1,000. 








ATUfiAL Divisions or State. 


0- 


-10. 


10—15. 


16- 


-2o. 


20& 


over. 




Malcs. 
2 


Femaleo. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


w-lying tracts 
lly-tractH 

State ... 

• 


6-55 

... 
613 


-23 

* • • 
1-76 


30-76 

17-47 

2986 


1-70 

... 
169 


63*72 

19*36 

6977 


4-46 

... 
4.03 


32-17 

53-24 

3337 


177 
1-66 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE Vlil. 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1872. 



Caste, Tribe and Race. 



Brabroan 
Bajput 
Ahir 
Bdai 



Ghftmar 
Omar 
Kicfahi 
TeU 



... 
••. 
... 

... 
..• 
... 
. •* 
... 
... 



... 
... 
... 
... 



... 

.. . 
... 



Persons. 




1881. 



... 



14,241 

9,310 

9,728 

80 

6,528 

13,304 

12,572 
4.341 



22,107 

9,423 

11,513 

4,739 

21,899 

1 

17,091 

4,072 



Percentage of Variation 

Increase (-f-) or 

Decrease(— )1881 

to 1901. 



Net Variation. 



4 



35-58 

1-20 

15-50 

37-75 
'43 

26-44 
6-57 



7,866 

113 

1,785 

80 

1,789 

95 

1 

4,.')19 

26H 



112 



(.'ennus of Chhatarpnr State 1901. 



09 


r* 


00 


t*» 


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t-- 


o 


r- 


00 


kO 


(M 


A 




^ 


99 


•* 


C4 




rl 


CO 


lO 








o» 








CO 













CQ 

•-a 



• 








91 








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t* 


• 


• 


00 




• 


• 


p4 












^ 


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■ 

00 


o 




? 


00 


rH 


09 


« 






^ . 


09 


• 




^ 


ao 


<3i 
00 


»o 


09 


CO 






o 


lO 






<0 


a 


• 




^ 

«» 


C9 



o 



G9 

00 



CO 



lO 



00 



8 

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#-< 
o 



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00 

00 



CI 



00 



00 

2 

09 



09 

Ot 

o 

Is 



o 



t 

CD 







o 


^ 


r^ 


o 


<^ 


• 


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^ 


00 








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•^ ^ Cd ^ r !.-«; 

2: S "^ u 



o 



o 

09 
Ct 

00 



10 

09 



cn 


53 




^ 


by Pop 


u 




£ 1 




T? 


z =^ 




O 


c r, 




^ 


pia 




• »-* 


;<Q 




C/3 


« 




CS . 


-< 




r^ 


> 



00 

#-• 

O 

H 




10 
I 



a 
o 
o 

00 



s 



c 

E- 

•J 
P 

O 

cu 



J-- 

00 


lO 


• 

oo 

00 


^ 


• 

00 


CO 


• 

o 
o 


5« 



7r. 

I 






3 

C9 

CO 



00 



09 



10 
Ct 



0» 
09 

ao 



01 

O 

o 



o 



t 



5 


O 

H 


09 




h 


8 


A 


Pi 


U 


oi 


•M 


•»^ 


oS 


CS 


A 


.a 


A 


.a 


D 


o 


11 


•iw 


Oiq«I, 


©iq-i 



18 of Cbhitarpur State 1901. 



■nO!)«{ndO(] 



3-l.a|S-S 



3 SSn 



a s, 

3 «c 



•1 


1 


■i.9I«nMj 


s 


^ i "ill 


fl8[1tH 


s 


; i "i :S 


■snosjaj 


u 


■' Vi-'^ 


1 


1 


.»,..,. 


« 


'■ 1 : : : : 


-8..iBK 


5 


: E :!•■ 


■fiDOBJSJ 


s 


: • • • I • 




■SBpioaj 


2 


i |fSi 


■fiaiBH 


S 


S 1 1*32. 


■BUOSJOa 


a 


1 6 i-SE 


1 


1 


-sainmaj 


2 


• • i ■ • ; 


■9.[.„| s 


: 1 ; ■! E 


■snoajoj ;^ 




1 
i 


1 


••.I.™j| s 




-,.,v| S 


■Bnofunj 


= 




1^ 


■BSCBWOj 


2 


• i 1 ; : ; 


■B^im 


Ci 




■saoBJsj 


, 


■ : ; : ; i 


i 


■BBinmaj 


<- 


1 llill 


■M[«K 


. 


1 i' i"'33" 


■suosjaj 


. 


5 i i""'St 


1 


1 


' 




s 


„ 


1 1 Pll 


i 


. 






t 


s 


- 


1 fliii 

-A ° -lA 



II of CbhaUrpur State ISOl. 



Chhatarpur State. 



TABLE VII. 
Age, Ser and Civil Condition. 





POPOLATIOH. 


L 


nuabhied. 


SIabbikd. 


WlPOWED. 




fsreons. 


Ualet. 


FemaleB. 


Persons. 


MaloB. 


Peroales. 

7 


PeHODS. 


Halea. 


FemaleB. 


PerBons. 


M>IeB. 


Fern. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


19 


0-1 


4,101 


2.0S4 


2,047 


4,081 


2.047 


8,034 


20 


7 


IS 








1—2 


3,812 


1.779 


2.033 






2,026 


10 


3 


7 








9-S 


4,635 


2,19B 


2,436 


4,566 


2.177 


2,389 


69 


S2 


47 








3-* 


4,093 




2,P31 




1,721 


2,284 


88 


41 










4—6 


3,506 


1, 486 


2,019 


3,351 


1,418 


1.933 


164 


68 


86 




... 




Total o-« 


20,146 


9,230 


10,866 


19,806 


9,139 


10,666 


841 


141 


800 




... 




6-10 


16.013 


8,330 


7,683 


14.206 


7,718 


6,488 


,.76« 


60S 


1,165 


39 


9 




10—15 


19,811) 


10,987 


8,832 


12,971 


8,529 


4,442 


6,6fi3 


2 407 


^,276 


166 


61 




16—20 


16,311 


8,ue 


7,rJ6 


5,233 


4,011 


1,222 


8,695 


3.974 


6,721 


383 


131 




30-36 


U,006 




6,941 


2.S02 


1,835 


367 


11,122 


6,009 




682 


2^1 




85—80 


13.140 




^.-if^'i 


1.405 


1,135 


1^70 


10,-100 


6,180 


6.2to 




645 




30-36 


li,3-.'8 


7,rtii3 


0,.in6 


1,113 


921 


192 


11, .-we 


6,339 


5,037 


1,909 


802 


i: 


36-40 


9,18r 


6,029 


4,40ft 


644 


634 


110 


7.4S2 


4,001 


3.451 


1,391 


494 


1 


40-46 


11,387 


6,8U 


l>,i>^^ 


703 


679 


Vl^ 


7-'i33 


4,469 


3,074 


3.131 


776 


8.: 


45-50 


5,!i5] 


2,901 


:i,l>47 


253 


192 


61 


4.i:i3 


2,262 


1,941 


1,606 


460 


I.< 


50-66 


7,445 


3,807 


3,638 


367 


289 


es 


4.'219 


2,794 


1,465 


2,839 


724 


8, 


55-60 


3.185 


1,636 


1.550 


126 


101 


24 


1,9->1 


1.166 


755 


1,139 


368 




60 nod OTer 


63<i2 


2,1*81 


2,881 


178 


163 


26 


2,335 


1,832 


663 


3,299 


997 


%■ 


NotBlated 


... 






... 


... 


... 


... 


... 






... 




Total ... 


66,130 


80,670 


7fi,4eB 


B9.1&6 


88,130 


S4,060 


79,118 


40,167 


38,961 


17,826 


0,378 


12,4 



6-1 


3.938 


1,960 


1,969 


3,910 


1,951 


1,956 


18 


6 


13 










3.669 


1,717 


1,942 


3 649 


1,7] 4 


1,935 


10 


3 


7 








a-3 


4,447 


3,114 


2,333 


1.379 


2,093 


2.286 


68 


SI 


47 










3,863 


1,674 




3,777 


1,833 


2.144 


86 


41 


45 








4—6 


3,317 


1,417 


lisoo 


3,166 


1,319 


1.817 


161 


68 










Total 0-0 


19,824 


8,891 


10.333 


18,881 


8,743 


10,138 


333 


138 


106 








5-ie 


16,249 


7,963 


7,296 


13,619 


7,374 


8,146 


1,691 


570 


1,121 


39 


9 






19,049 


l[i,.;iil 


8,448 


ia,4(i5 


8,213 


4.193 


6,486 


2.340 


4,116 




49 




16-2» 


14,643 


7,711) 


6,s33 


4,9iJ9 


3,798 


Ull 


9,283 


3,8'J6 


6,477 


361 


118 




ao-25 


13,308 


8,731 


G,S71 


3,0.')0 


1,730 


320 


ll),629 


■t.7i>9 


6,^30 




202 




36-30 


12,528 


6,560 


6,968 


1,338 


1,089 


249 


9.340 


1972 


4,968 


1,250 


499 




30-35 


13,d27 


7,467 


6,160 


1,060 


885 


175 


10,798 


6,026 


4.772 


1.769 


656 


I- 


36—40 


8,1462 


4,740 


4,222 


693 


501 


92 


7,088 


3,797 


3,891 


l,v8l 


442 




40-45 


10,841 






679 


6^5 




7.177 


4,iB4 


2.913 


2.985 


736 


2' 


45-50 


6.571 


2,675 


2,830 


2.13 


176 


56 


3,9&8 


2,103 


1,855 


1,381 


39d 


1 


50-55 


6,B7I 


3,636 


3,435 


33ii 


277 


59 


3,919 


3,676 


1,373 


2,686 


ees 


2,< 


66-60 


2.916 


1.4S0 


i,466 


116 


93 


28 


1,787 


1,017 


720 


1,064 


340 




60 and over ... 


5,521 


2.772 


2,752 


171 


148 


23 


2,314 


1,673 


541 


3,139 


951 




Not Btated 


























Total ... 


143,343 


76,631 


71.86! 


56,288 


33.691 


22,697 


76,313 


S8,i:i 


37,202 


16,742 


4,979 


11.7 



0—1 


23 


10 


13 


33 


10 


13 














1-8 


16 


9 




16 


9 
















a-3 


20 


18 


a 


20 


1! 


8 














3—4 


18 


9 




18 


9 


9 














4-6 


2fl 


10 


16 


26 


10 


16 


... 




... 


... 


... 




Total 0— B 


103 


60 


63 


103 


60 


63 


... 


... 










6-10 


47 


21 


?6 


41 


20 


21 


6 


1 


6 








10-15 


41 












27 


12 


15 








15—30 


66 












46 




28 








30-25 


61 












46 


22 


24 


6 


3 




25—30 


64 












40 




23 




11 




30-35 


63 


2!> 


21 








40 




17 




5 




36—40 


67 


41 


23 








36 


84 


13 


25 


14 


J 


40-46 


67 


32 


36 




2 




42 


93 


19 


23 


7 


J 


46—60 


77 


64 


23 








54 


37 


17 


14 


8 




50—55 


61 


27 


21 








21 


19 


6 


24 


6 


1! 


66-60 














28 


24 


4 


j4 


2 


I; 


60 and over 


33 


85 










16 


16 




17 


9 


( 


Not Btated 








... 


... 


... 




... 




... 




... 


Total ... 


766 


488 


344 


806 


128 


86 


408 


836 


169 


163 


64 


81 



^^Kf Chhatarpur SUte 1901. 


M 


■ 




■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 








TABLE VII. 


1 


■ 


■ 


P 


■ 








Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 












h.hatarpur State. 








Maaalman. 










1 


p. 


Porn [.ATI ON. 


U.IUARRIW. 


Married. 


Widowed. ^| 


PcTsOna. 


IU\B^. 


females 


PereoDs 


MnlcB. 


r.™,e. 


Persona. 


Males. 


Females 


PereoDB. 


UbIm. 


FeoiRlM^ 


' 


2 


3 


4 


5 


G 


7 


8 





10 


11 


12 


13 


0-1 


110 


63 


47 


no 


63 


47 














1-3 


107 


41 


GG 


107 


41 


66 














2-3 


123 


6T 


72 


139 


57 


72 














3-4 


160 


fil! 


104 


158 


66 


102 


2 




'" 2 








4^i 


135 


46 


80 


122 


45 


77 


3 


... 


3 








Total. 0-6 


681 


262 


369 


626 


1 262 


364 


6 


.„ 


B 








6-:o 


525 


270 


265 


4C3 


S41 


254 


60 


29 


31 








10-10 


479 


213 


237 


339 


im 


145 


l-W 


47 


89 


"" 4 


*"' 1 


"s 


J5-2C 


514 


865 


21!} 


230 


140 


SO 


268 


113 


156 


16 


12 


4 


2(1-25 


4'JO 


228 


283 


120 


76 


44 


337 


141 


196 


33 


11 


2i 


25-30 


37C 


185 


191 


S3 


35 


18 


263 


121 


143 


60 


29 


31 


30-35 


610 


246 


264 


43 


27 


IG 


380 


188 


192 


87 


31 


66 


35-40 


370 


190 


180 


37 


21 


16 


272 


144 


12? 


61 


25 


36 


40— 4« 


360 


178 


182 


19 


U 


8 


249 


136 


113 


93 


31 


CI 


45—50 


270 


167 


113 


12 


7 


6 


161 


lai 


64 


91 


60 


44 


60-56 


381 


saj 


161 


17 


8 


9 


261 


177 


?4 


113 


35 


7S 


65-60 


180 


117 


03 


6 


4 


1 


122 


93 


29 


63 


20 


38 


Wanitovcr. ... 


293 


177 


116 


7 


4 


3 


147 


136 


11 


139 


87 


lua 


Ngt aUted 
















... 










Total 


6,379 


S.737 


8,648 


1,873 


1,030 


643 


2,661 


1,42B 


1,229 


762 


282 


470 






Anlmlst. fl 


0-1 


40 


?3 


18 


36 


20 


18 


2 


2 










1-3 


30 


12 


18 


30 


1-2 


18 














t-3 


40 


Id 


24 


3S 


16 


23 


1 


'" 1 










3-4 


62 


23 


29 


62 


S3 


29 














4-5 


36 


11 


22 


37 


" 


83 


... 




... 




... 




Total 0-5 


198 


87 


111 


196 


84 


lU 


S 


3 


... 








6—10 


193 


86 


106 


161 


83 


98 


11 


3 


fi 




... 


... 


10-16 


250 


1^4 


12ti 


213 


115 


D8 


34 


S 


26 


3 


1 




16-20 


188 


lOG 


82 


81 


66 


18 


98 


88 


61 


6 


3 




20-25 


U7 


74 


73 


93 


22 


1 


110 


47 


63 


14 


6 




35—30 


181 


82 


99 


8 


6 


8 


)57 


70 


87 


16 


« 


Ttt 


30-35 
35-40 


208 
88 


120 


88 


9 

8 


8 


1 

2 


15S 
66 


103 
36 


66 
20 


41 
21 


10 
13 


11 


55 


33 


40-45 


69 


33 


60 


3 


1 


2 


65 


36 


89 


3t 


2 


84 


46-50 


33 


18 


IS 








17 


12 


5 


16 


6 


ID 


60-65 


4.2 


21 


18 


"* 1 


*" 1 




25 


22 


3 


16 


1 


15 


B6-eo 


13 






1 




■"" 1 


4 


2 


2 


8 


6 








60 ajjd over ... 


12 


7 


5 








8 


7 


1 


4 






Nut slated 










... 














... 


Total ... 


l,«6t 


830 


881 


786 


392 


884 


746 


38S 


361 


179 


63 


ISS 






Others. ^^ 


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3—4 


























4-8 


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'... 














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... 




... 








... 


... 








... 


5—10 


















... 








10-15 












'.'.'. 


... 












15-20 


... 










... 














20—25 


























86-90 


























30-35 


























36-40 


























40-45 


























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60—55 


























_ _ 63—60 


























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GdMUS of Clihatarpnr State 1901. 



Chhafarpur State. 



Languaqe 6a Dialect. 



Pashto 

Harathi 

Gnjaratlii 
h Bnndelkhandi 

Banaphari 

Khatola 

Hindi 

Urdu 
. Pnrbi 



••• 



••• 
«•• 
■•• 



••• 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Total population 



117 
TABLE X. 
Language. 



• •• 



Total. 



Persons. 



5 

63 

8 

102,698 

22,854 

9,204 

21,207 

4 

96 



156,139 



Males. 



5 

26 

8 

63,127 

11,772 

4,828 

10,867 

••• 

38 



80,670 



TABLE XL 
Birth-Place. 



Females. 



••• 



38 



49,571 

11,082 

4,376 

10,340 

4 

58 



75,469 



Remarks. 



5 









Totel. 








Total. 




Birth-PI 


ace. 








Birth-Place. 








• 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


1 


2 


3 


4 


Ajaigarh 


••• ••• 


1,072 


538 


634 


Baraunda 


13 


11 


2 


Alipura 


••• ••• 


778 


317 


461 


Bhopal ... ,„ 


2 


1 


I 


BankaPahari 


••• ••• 


5 


2 


3 


Gwalior 


203 


96 


105 


Baoni 


••• ••• 


1 


1 


••• 


Indore 


200 


42 


158 


Bihat 


••• ••• 


912 


479 


433 


Jasso 


13 


5 


8 


BUehri 


••• ••• 


9 


7 


2 


Maihar 


1 


1 


••• 


Beri 


••• ••• 


14 


8 


6 


Nagodo 


18 


9 


9 


^jawar 


••• ••• 


2,803 


899 


1,904 


Riwa ... ... 


83 


23 


60 


ftijoa 


••• ••• 


636 


236 


400 










Gharkhari 


••• ••• 


3,251 


1310 


1,941 


Total A. (II.) States and 








Ghhatarpur 


••• ••• 


109,442 


67,070 


62,372 


Estates in C. I. other than 
Bondelkhand 








Datia 


••• ••• 


2,639 


1,351 


1,288 




633 


190 


343 


Dhnrwai 


••• ••• 


37 


«•• 


37 


Rajputan a (Unspecified 








Garaoll 


••« ••• 


392 


115 


277 


Bengal 


131 


11 


120 


Gaorihar 


••• ••• 


86 


63 


23 


Bombay Presidancy ... ... 


12 


••« 


12 


Lnghaai 


••• ••• 


676 


390 


286 


Central Provinces •.• 


31 


14 


17 


HaigaoQ Bebat 


••• ••• 


22 


6 


17 


Panjab ... •„ 


2,487 


1,615 


872 


6ichha 


••• ••• 


1,665 


1,116 


649 


N.-W.P. &Oudh ... 


5 


5 


••• 


Fuma 


••• ••• 


4,113 


2,173 


1,940 




21,879 


12,064 


9,815 


« 










Madras ..• ... 


1 


f 


••• 


limtfaar 


••• •«• 


1,818 


895 


1,423 










rod Fatebpar 


••• ••• 


689 


295 


391 


Total Birtisli India other 
than Central India 


24,546 


13,710 


13,710 


Total A. (I.) 


States and 
















Estates in Bandelkhand 








Total Population 


156,139 


80,670 


75,469 


ftbgeiic^ 


••• »•• 


131,060 


66,770 


64,290 


1 









KOTE ON THE CENSUS 
OF THE 

DEWAS STATE. 



I. Dfifription.—Thfi two States of Dewas form the greater part of tlie lodore 
Agency. Their territory lies chiefly round the town of Dewas, The nreii of the Senior 
Branch is 402 square miles and of the Jaoior Branch 440 square miles. The total population 
of the Senior Branch is 62,312, of the Junior 54,904. The whole of each State hag been in- 
eluded in the Plateao, though perhaps strictly speaking Bagod should have been 
classed as Hilly. 

II. £r«ioricai.— The rnlers of Dewas are Ponwar Marathas. They are eqnal in 
power, rank and authority. The territory is shared between the two States, The town of 
Dewas is also divided between them. The States were founded by two brothers, Tukaji 
and Jiwaji vrho came into Malwawith tbe Feshwa Gaji Rao. The present chief of the 
Senior Branch is a minor. The chief of tbe Junior Branch succeeded in 1S92. 

III. Adminiitralive divisiont. — The Senior Branch territory is divided into fonr 
pfrganas, the largest having an area of 176 square miles, tbe smallest of31. The Junior 
Braach has 6 perganas the largest Dewaa Khatgi and pergana having an area of 206 
■quare miles. 

IV. Dutribution of the People: — 

(1). The Mean density. — The mean density of the Senior Branch is 155 persons 
per square mile, that of the Junior Branch 122. There has been a fall of 50 persons 
in the density of tbe Senior and ot 37 in the ease of tbe Junior, since 1£91. 
(-2). Town and villai/e. — There are two towns, Dewas and Sarangpur which are shared by 
the two States. Dewas has an area of 0-53 square mile and a popalation of 15,403. There 
are 23S villages in the Senior and 237 in the Junior Br,anob. The average village 
population of the Senior Branch is 2 GO and of the Junior 230. The commoneBt 
village group is that of " under 500 " in both states. 

V. Religions- — The characteristic of both Sfaies is Hindn, each having about 85 per 
cent, of them. The Senior Branch has 85 per cent. Hindus, 1 per cent, Animists, 1 per 
cent. Jains, 11 percent- Mahomedans. The Junior Branch has 85 per cent. Uiudas, 3 per 
cent. Animists, 1 per cent. Jains, 9 per cent. Mahomedans. 

Vi. Age, Sex arid Cieil Condition:— 

(1) Proportion of the Sexes.— There are 938 females to 1,000 males in the Senior 
Branch and 960 in the Juuior. As in other cases the difference between men and 
women is less than in 1891. There is a defect of 2, QUO women in the Senior and of 
1,116 in the Junior Branch. These iigures also show a smaller difference than in 1801, 
(2) Civil Condition. — It is interesting to note the differenoe in the number of married 
females in the two Slates. There are 3 per cent, more girls between 0-10 married 
in the Junior than in the Senior Branch. A similar difference ia kept up at the other 
ages. There are 101 wives to 100 husbands in the Senior, and 99 in the Junior Branch. 
The Jains of the Junior Branch seem especially addicted to matrimony. 

VII. Education. — Taking all ages there are 7 per cent, males, 9 per cent, females 
literate in the Senior Branch and 8 per cent, and 3 per cent, respectively in the Junior 
Branch. All the females of the Junior Branch seem to go in for education considerably 
at all ages. Tbe means of education in tbe Dewas town is a High School teaching up to 
Entrance Standard, also Miiratbi, Hindi and Urdu schools up to Yih Standard. The two 
branches combined have the above English School in common. There are also Hindi, 
Marathi and Urdu Schools up to IVth Standard in tbe pergarjai of the States. 

Vm. Langvaiies. — The lanRuages and dialects prevailing in tliese two States are 
I Etndi. Rangri, Marathi, and Malwi. 

IX. Castet. — The Castes peculiar to the two States are Makwnna, Bamoshi, Sirvi. The 
most prevalent castes in the two States are: — Balui, Bania, Chamar, Bruhmnn, Chattri, 
Bajput, Giijar, Kbati, Kunbi, Mali and Sondhta. 

X. Ocevpationi — The Occupations chiefly followed are those of agricalturists, grain 
dealers, labouring people, etc 



CensuB of Dewae States S. B. mi J. 


SUBSIDIAEY TABLE IT. H 




Actual Excess or Defect of Females. 


Etatb. 




Number of Feaialos in ExcesB (+) or iu Defect (— ) 


1901 


1891 1881 


1872 


1 


S 


3 1 4 


5 


DewM8.B 





— 2,0ffi 


—6,255 


-4,500 


M 


DewM J. B. 





-1,11 


~-4,0J6 


—4,636 


n 




SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 




Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religions. 


Btatb. 


Kiimber of Married FemaloB per 1,000 Mairieil Ma!ea. 


AlTTeli 
ffion. 


Hindu. 


J<in. 


M.IMl. 


Animia 


1 


Dfwu S. B. ... 





1,016 


1,019 


92 


987 


1,087 




1 


Dfl«wiJ. B. ... 





996 


1,012 


1,06 


844 


1,015 


"■ 




SUBSIDIARY TABLE VL 


Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 o£ ench Sex. 


Stats. 


Civil CoQJitiun of 10,000 Males. 


At oil agen. 


0-10. 


10-15. 


15-40. 


40 and over. 


Ud. M.r. 


Wid. 


Un. j Mw. 


Wid. 


Un. 1 Mar. 


Wid 


Ud. 


Mai-. 


Wid.| Td. 


Mot. 


Wii 


1 


^ 


3 


4 1 6 1 6 ) 7 1 8 1 9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 1 15 


16 


Baww 8. B. 


4,133 


5,0S0 


807 


9,687 


316 


96 


8,451 


,264 


285 


3,276 


6,024 


700 


624 


7,680 


1,09( 


Smu J. B, 


i,187 


4,715 


1,098 


9,579 


402 


19 


8,124 
ndition 


,709 
of 10 


167 
KM Ft 


2,S99 


a,188 


913 


440 


6,C68 


292 


CivU Co 
, 1 


I ulee. 






Da«M a B. 


2,240 


5,180 


8,280 


8,817 


1,04» 


134 


C,100 i 


1,978 


627 


087 


7,605 


1,728 


287 


6,058 


4,661 


p,wwJ. B. 


2,666 


4,894 


2,440 


9,135 


795 


70 


4,481 4 


;,99B 


523 


528 


7,289 


2.183 


100 


4,111 6.78 




SUBSIDIARY TABLE VII. 




Education by Age, Sex and States. 


Stati. 


Litorato per 1,000, 


0—10. 


10-16. 


15-20. 


20 and over. 


AU ages. 


Mnks. 1 


"■emules.! Males. I 


cmaleH.!. Malea. Femaloa.l 


Males 


FemaJea. 


Males. 


^orail. 


1 


2 


5 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


PtwuS.B. 







02 


71 


1 


173 


3 


83 


6 


73 




DewM J. B. ... 




19 


1-6 


79 


4 


80 


6 


108 


4 


84 







Ceiuias of Dewas Btatei 8. B. and J. 6. 1001. 



9 



I 



00 



01 






01 



oo»-«oa» 






01 

01 



121 

t^ 09 >-4 >0 CO fH 



lO 



ii 

2 :^-r 



10 
00 



91 

0(» 



CO 



o 
H 



<o 



a 
o 



§- 

A4 






o 

s 

3 

o 

08 
i-i 






9 

P4 



ao 
lO 

o 

CO 



<0 00 CO CO 

c» CM r* ^4 

•« » •• •» 



oo 

o 

01 



fe^CO 1-4 10 00 'M 
Ci O "O CO 0& rf 
O 'N t* COCO ^ 



a 

I 

P 



09 
lO 

o 
CO 

Oi 



0)i-4 •^o 
«9 QOOQ t« 
CO C9«-i 00 

•» ^ •» *« 

C Oi^»-iC0 



CO 
Oi 



I-I CO t:*t*'* nn 
O CO 00 to <o 00 

»- >, ^ » » •» 

M « '^et '4 to 



So 



S 



•^ 00 

lOiO. 



o 

CO 
00 



CO 



3 



OS 



fiq 



«0 



s 

o 

I 



9 



1% 

o 

01 

09 




0> r^ lO »Q 



o 
o 

00 
Oi 




s 



00 
00 



00 



• • 



09 



00 


s 




1% 


*« 






•o 


• • 

• • 


09 




• • 



e^co^ei^^^ 



OQ 



OS 



I 






o> 



s 

o 
E-i 



00 






to 

eS 



O 



H 

(4 






o 
H 



CO 



•< ooco»-i«o 

ao mcoodg 

Ct CO CO <o co^ 

cT ocToi^^*** 

IQ rl OI 



o 
o 

•ft 

ct 



CO 00 
00 t^ 

00 CO 



09 
lO 

5h 



00 

o 
oea 



00 »0 00 <N fc^OO 

«-• »00 CO CO 0) 

o eo »o o> o 00 
^OOi'^oot^ 



CO 

■ ^ 

•CO 



s 

eo 



Oi 

09 
01 



flOCO-^ 

coco o 

CO CO "«}• 

«« ^ — 

00 «^ 



00 *^Q O 
•1 CQ»H 



O 
0) 

•ft 

o 



s 



lO froO CO 

-* WD CO '^ 
•» • •» 

CO ^•1 



O 
oea 



ooooowj:-^ 

vM t>> *S CO CO o 

o o> ^ ^ o> ^ 

^COOI^ 00 o 



coco t»eo(M CO 

«0 ^ O) CO 00 00 
0> <N C» 0^I> ^ 



t^ 




locq 


O 


g 




5:- CO 

• •• 


09 

O 


c« 


• 
• 


:« 


Oi 


^ 


»Ot^'^J»0 


o 


01 


^. 


0> ac^ 


s 



00 
CO 



: : 



Oi 



CO 






COOO t^CO(M ^ 
<0 OM O) CO X CO 
0»CO O) O froOl 

CO rH «-i r-^ 04 



00 

eo 

Oi 



CO 00'^ 



1^ 

09 
Oi 



l» t^CO t^toCO 

ffHCOiOOl COCO 



to 



Q CO CO r- CO 

^ •-• ^ 



09 
00 



O) 
CO 

3 



00 CO iHC> 

• • • • 

o oa ^ »- 

O ^ooco 

0« 



CO 

lO 

o 



Oi -^ 

oo 



r* 

^ 



o 



eo 

09 

• o 



o 
E-I 






O) 



o 



CO CO t^ CD 



o 

09 



CO O O <M CO 

• • • • . 

00 CO O) ^-H 

00 O ^00 CO 
OI 



•T3 

a 

08 



oo 



a 

CCI 

I 

■5 



o 

lO 

00 
09 



00 

09 
09 




o 

09 



00 



S5S 

OI 09 CO 



to 

M 



09 

00 



CO 



00 
00 



C9 



• • 



09 

Si 

09 



o 

09 



o« 

«^ : : 



• • 



© 

o» 



a 
o 



a -S 



CO 

< 






-2 

eg 

08 
00 

I 

H 

OQ 

-S 



a 

i 








.2 -14II 



ot 

01 

09 



ao 

CO 

00 
09 



8 

CO" J : 



ao 
09 



o 
o 

00 

oc 



00 C9CD O 
•OcoSS 



M 

as J^ 

O CQ 

PS 

> 



2oS 

00-^00 



00 



00 *^QO 



00 -JSoJ 



o 

s 

D 

o 



00 



s 



s 



CO 



o 



OQ 



Q 
SB 

I 



00 

Oi 

o 



00 

•ft 

09 



9 



I I 






•ft 

00 



Ot 

9 



CO : 



+ + 



Is 
Is 

o 

o 

Oi 



o 

00 

Is 






I I 



: t 



o 

09 
Is 



ct 

Ot 

ct 

00 
CD 



01 



00 
09 

Oi 

00 



s 



•ft • • 



ct 

ct 






coooo<-< 
okTcdcq^oo' 



00 

3 



o 

I 



a 

g H 

J* -'--Cm 



9 la j. 



J 



Db of DewftB State 


.S.E 


. aod J. B. I90I. 


122 

Q 


■ 


■ 

s 


1 


I 


:S ; :g«SgS|g :S"|g 


1 

' i 


.5 

3 
s. 
s 


a 




1 


~ 


"", JSSSSp S"S8 


i 


s 


• ■ :•! • ;•■■;• 


1 


Si 


"^J^I^Iil^-8 


i 

8 


1 

i. 
s 


s 




b 


i 

S 


■S0[Buiaj 


- i : ■- : :~ f ■ • ■ ■ I ■ : 


■BajBH 


s 


="::■"■ I" ■—■:: i : 


i 


2 


: •: :; ; \\---i 


■BHOSjaj 


a 


" : : :o : :^ :-- , I : : : : 


1 




" 




1 


1 

E 


z 


Sg|sps||p|SESS 


6 


S 






2 


SJSsKi-°ppi|S|i 


Si 


1 


S 






J; 


8l.|sP,S2,iJ«Jsi| 


z; 


3 


■ ■■■■ ■: -:■;; 


1 


tS 


M|Bma^ 


s 


;; i r •■• M :■:■:• • 


■sB[i.K 1 12 


;:■!;::■:"=»:;;■; 


} 


g 


2 


I.IJ 1.. 


■euoBiaj j ;5 


■■:;■■•:•""; 1 ■: • 


s 

1 


4 


■Bopmsj 2 


5---sgSg'ss|sgssfigg 


:S 


2 


: " : " •."■.•.:■. 


■sapH 1 ej 


E-gg|s>-gs2agsags 




3 


= 


1 L 1 1 1 ^ - il 


■BUUBJ.-.J 1 n; 


g2|Si|=gSgSS3S|J 


i 


■B3|DCU3J 1 2 


; • : i i ; ■ ! 1 i W i • : i 


■MPK j == 


: ■ • : 1 ; : 1 : ; i : ■ : ; : 


•S. 


2 


-J. -H _ _* ^ ....;-- 


■BOOHIOJ 1 ■" 


•■:;•:;;;;!■■•;: 


1 


1 


0. 


2 Sg i IS is 


1 


i 


- 


igsliiilsiisiSgl 


1 


» 




1 


<3 


SSSSSSSESglSgSSSK 


T 
1 


.2 

1 


- 


5 § IS § ssfssg 


1 


. 


o- ■iM-g-j-Mg-^gM^-.-----,- 


1 


» 


O «. .MM a -.-CIMN-^ 




■I 

1 

0. 


» 


1 ;„•„-.' 1 „•.-.-„•„-,• 


8 
i 


i 


■* 


iiaSsissJpisisg 


& 


•« 


1 SSSSB 1 SSSSiSS 


3 


» 


!ll!|l5lS|llslll 


i 


" 


1 |||i i ISIII3 


1 


» 


llll|il|l|!|lll| 


m 


- 


« """oS g — guaiMtoca 


i 


- 


A lA 


i 

i 


■ 


1 llll i llllll 



^^■hdb of Dowaa States S. B. and J. 11. 1901. ^H 




■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 


■ 




1(2^^^^^^H 




■ 






w 




TABLE VII. ■ 


BH 


H 


9 








Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 










Dmas State S. E. 




All Religions. 










^^K 


ForuLATioN. 


V........ 1 


Married. 


Widowed, 


Peraona. 


Males. 


FeiniiliiB. 


Pe«on. 


Males. 


F.„.,e.. 


PfraonB. 


MaloH. 


Femdea 


PcraoDs. 


Mftlc^ F« 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 





7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


. 1 ■ 


E 


667 


369 


308 


648 


349 1 299 


8 


2 


6 


11 


8 


^m 


619 


323 


296 


601 


311 


290 


17 


11 


S 


1 


1 


^B 


934 


471 


4Q3 


889 


453 


436 


28 


9 


19 


17 


9 


^1 


'J74 


462 


512 


S33 


447 


486 


40 


15 


25 


1 




H 


953 


470 


483 


891 


446 


446 


47 


13 


34 


15 


11 


^H o-s 


4,147 


2,085 


2,062 


3'9e2 


2,O0B 


1,966 


140 


CO 


80 


46 


20 


^^B &— 10 


5,513 


2,876 


2,637 


4.937 


2,750 


2,187 


5JI 


loa 


403 


65 


18 


^^H 10—15 


6, 111 


3,293 


2,S63 


4,217 


2,787 


1,460 


1,069 


417 


1,262 


245 


04 


^^H 16—20 


4.692 


2,438 


2,254 


1,868 


1,515 


353 


2,430 


785 


1,645 


394 


138 


^H 20—25 


7,220 


4,16? 


3,067 


i,8B9 


1,740 


159 


4,676 


l2,165 


?,4I0 


752 


264 


^^1 26-30 


6,955 


3,704 


3,251 


1,198 


1,U5 


83 


4,969 


2,345 


2,614 


798 


S44 


^^1 30—35 


6,150 


3,221 


2,926 


782 


697 


186 


4,644 


2,365 


2,179 


824 


262 


^^1 35—40 


4,374 


2,510 


I,8<i4 


400 


289 


111 


3,311 


2,005 


1,300 


663 


216 


^^B 40-4^ 


4,185 


2,130 


2,065 


274 


156 


118 


2,929 


1,693 


1,236 


982 


281 


^^H 46—50 


■2,673 


i.aeo 


1,313 


114 


81 


33 


1,969 


1,082 


877 


600 


197 


^^B 50—55 


3,032 


1.705 


1,927 


104 




32 


2,179 


1,382 


797 


1,349 


2S1 t 


^^H 55-60 


2,906 


1,074 


1,831 


106 


70 


36 


1,937 


820 


1,117 


862 


184 


^^^ GO DiiU over ... 


8,69a 


1,584 


2,115 


155 


111 


44 


1,057 


1,054 


603 


1^87 


419 ] 


Total ... 


62,312 


32,157 


30,105 


20,046 


13,280 


6,757 


32,800 


16,271 


16,629 


9,466 


2,697 « 




Hindu. 


0-1 


604 


267 


237 


466 


£68 


228 


7 


1 


6 


11 


8 




478 


264 


224 


462 


243 


219 


15 


10 


5 


1 


1 


^k 


732 


377 


3S5 


691 


361 


330 


24 


7 


17 


17 


9 


^H 


7t)H 


363 


406 


734 


360 


384 


33 


13 


20 


1 




H 


759 


S81 


378 


700 


368 


342 


44 


12 


32 


16 


"i\ 


^F Total 


3,241 


1,642 


i,eeD 


3,073 


1,670 


1,603 


123 


43 


80 


4S 


ae 


^B 


4,43B 


2,305 


2,133 


3,905 


2,191 


1,714 


476 


f8 


377 


68 


16 


^^ 10—15 


6.187 


2,705 


2,423 


3,473 


2,3C8 


1,166 


1,494 


372 


1,U2 


2£0 


85 


15-20 


3,934 


2,021 


1,913 


1,514 


1,214 


300 


2,069 


683 


1,386 


351 


124 


20—26 


6,400 


3.768 


2,642 


1,739 


1,690 


149 


3,965 


1,928 


a,037 


es6 


240 


85—30 


6,121 


3,268 


2,863 


1,118 


1,038 


£0 


4,299 


2,020 


2,279 


704 


210 


30-35 


6.212 


2,751 


2,461 


727 


561 


176 


3,811 


1,985 


1,828 


f.74 


216 


35^ 


3;829 


2,231 


\.mB 


382 


273 


109 


2.891 


1,772 


1,119 


B66 


186 


4C— 45 


3,517 


1,786 


1,732 


247 


131 


116 


2,474 


1,419 


1,G55 


796 


835 


45-50 


2.3G3 


1,195 


1,1G8 


104 


72 


32 


1,744 


1)51 


793 


515 


173 


50—55 


3,239 


1,621 


1,718 


97 


68 


19 


1,955 


1,240 


715 


1.187 


213 


66-00 


2,784 


1,003 


1,781 


105 


69 


36 


l,8fi3 


7fi4 


1,(99 


816 


170 


BO and over ... 


3,£47 


(1,341 


1.9C6 


138 


98 


40 


1,467 


902 


£C5 


1,642 


341 


Total ... 


63,612 


27,686 


26,926 


16,622 


11,173 


5,449 


28,630 


14,177 


14,468 


8.260 


2,236 ( 


Jain. 




0-1 


16 


9 




IG 


9 


7 












1—3 


u 


4 




U 


4 


7 














10 


6 




9 


6 


4 


"'1 


"1 








3-4 !!! 


16 


9 




16 


9 


7 












4-5 


16 


6 




15 


6 


9 












Total 0-6 


B8 


34 


34 


67 


33 


34 


1 


1 








5—10 


G8 


33 


35 


66 


32 


34 


2 


1 


1 






10-15 


73 


41 


32 


150 


34 


16 


53 


7 


16 






15-20 


56 


29 


26 


22 


20 


2 


32 


9 


23 


'"l 




SO— 25 


67 


31 


26 


18 


18 




36 


13 


23 


3 




25-30 


68 


39 


29 


12 


12 




45 


2S 


S2 


11 


4 


30-35 


62 


38 


M 


7 


7 




33 


24 


9 


12 


7 


35-40 


66 


2B 


27 





9 




31 


14 


17 


16 


6 


40—45 


GO 


32 


28 


9 


8 


"*1 


33 


10 


14 


18 


5 


45-60 


31 


16 


15 


6 







17 


8 


9 


8 


2 


50—56 


28 


^0 


8 


1 


1 




15 


12 


3 


12 


7 


66-60 


18 


11 


4 








13 


12 


1 


S 


2 


GO aud over ... 


30 


18 


12 


"'5 


'"5 




9 


8 


I 


16 


5 


Total ... 


ses 


373 


£90 


272 


185 


87 


£90 


151 


130 


101 


f37 


^^^^^^^^ 



ensus 



of, Dewas SUtes S. B. and J. B. 1901. 



3was State S. B. 



124 

TABLE Vll. 
Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 

Musalman. 



Age. 



Population. 



Persons. 



Males, females. 



Unmarried. 



Persons. 



\ 



Males. 



Females. 



Married. 



Widowed. 



Persons. 



8 



Males. 



I 



9 



Females. 



10 



Persons. 



11 



Biales. 



Femalei 



12 



18 



0—1 
1-2 
2—8 
3-4 
4-5 

Total 0-5 



6—10 
10—15 
16—20 
20—25 
26—30 
30—35 
35—40 
40-46 
45—60 
50—56 
56—60 
60 and ever 

Total 



••• 
••• 
•.• 
••• 
••• 

••• 

••• 
••• 

•.• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



::: 

••• 
• •• 



••• 



136 
112 
175 
169 
169 

761 

865 
763 
595 
669 
678 
800 
430 
654 
261 
333 
97 
400 

7,176 



76 
59 
81 
82 

77 

376 

467 
406 
341 
323 
356 
399 
217 
287 
132 
161 
52 
212 

8,718 



60 
53 
94 

87 
82 

876 

398 
357 
264 
336 
322 I 
401 
213 
267 
119 
182 
45 
188 

8,468 



136 
110 
172 
163 
166 

786 

828 

615 

286 

116 

63 

42 

9 

16 

4 

6 

1 

12 
2,784 



75 
68 
80 
80 
76 

869 

457 

369 

245 

110 

60 

34 

7 

15 
3 
3 
1 
8 

1,681 



60 
62 
92 

83 
80 

867 

371 
246 
41 
6 
3 
8 
2 
1 
1 
3 

4 

1,068 



1 
2 
3 
6 
3 

16 

30 
128 
278 
602 
553 
643 
350 
3£2 
180 
193 

58 
174 

8,496 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

6 

8 

30 
84 
194 
271 
380 
191 
237 
110 
120 
41 
137 



1 
2 
4 
2 

9 

22 

98 

194 

308 

282 

813 

159 

155 

70 

78 

17 

37 



1,769 1,787 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 

7 

20 
81 
41 
62 

115 
71 

146 
67 

134 
88 

214 

946 



••• 

••• 
•.• 
••• 
••• 

••• 

2 
7 
12 
19 
25 
35 
19 
85 
19 
28 
10 
67 

278 



Animist. 



0-1 


••• 


11 


7 


4 


11 


1—2 


••• 


18 


6 


12 


18 


2-3 


••• 


17 


7 


10 


17 


3—4 


••• 


21 


8 


13 


20 


4-5 


••• 


20 


6 


14 


20 


Total 0-6 


••• 


87 


84 


68 


86 


5-10 


••• 


141 


70 


71 


137 


10-15 


••• 


138 


86 


62 


109 


15—20 


«•• 


108 


47 


61 


46 


*i0— 26 


••• 


110 


57 


53 


26 


25—80 


•.. 


88 


41 


47 


6 


30— 3S 


••• 


86 


36 


49 


6 


36-40 


••• 


60 


34 


26 


••• 


40—45 


•.. 


53 


25 


28 


2 


45-50 


• •a 


28 


17 


11 


••• 


50—55 


• •• 


32 


18 


19 


••• 


55—60 


... 


6 


6 


1 


••• 


60 and over 


• •• 


22 


13 


9 


•.. 


Total 


• •■ 


968 


478 


480 


417 



7 
6 
7 
8 
6 

84 

69 

76 

36 

22 

5 

5 

••. 

2 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

249 



4 
12 
10 
12 
14 

62 

€8 

88 

10 

4 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
••• 

168 



••• 



1 



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Others 



rsiui. 
.<Paru. 
( Christian. 



4 
24 
51 
72 
62 
56 
39 
29 
18 
16 
3 
7 

882 



••• 



1 

8 

9 

80 

31 

26 

28 

17 

13 

10 

3 

7 

183 



••• 
••• 



3 

16 
42 
42 
31 
30 
11 
12 
5 
6 



••• 
••• 

• a. 

• •• 

• •• 



• •• 



• •• 

• •• 



199 



5 
11 
12 
21 
23 
21 
22 
10 
16 

8 
15 

169 



••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 



2l 

2 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 



^^^"^^^ 



6 
46 



0-1 


• .• 


• •• 


• •• 


• a« 


• a. 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 




••• 


1—2 


• a. 


• •• 


••« 


• •• 


• •• 


• a* 


• •• 


• aa 




••• 


2-8 


••• 


.a. 


• •a 


• a* 


• aa 


• »a 


• •m 


• a* 




• •a 


3—4 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 


• a* 


m»» 


• aa 


• •• 


• •• 




••• 


4-5 


.»• 


• •• 


• *a 


• •• 


• a* 


• a» 


• a* 


• •• 




• •• 


Total 0-6 


• •. 


• •• 


• •• 


aaa 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


••• . 




• •• 


5—10 


• •• 


1 


1 


• a* 


1 


1 


• •• 


«•• 




• •• 


10—15 


• •• 


• •• 


• •m 


• •• 


• *• 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 




• •• 


15—20 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


»»u 


• »» 


• aa 


• •• 


• •• 




• •• 


20—25 


••. 


• •• 


• a* 


• •» 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 


• aa 




• •• 


25—39 


«.. 


• •• 


• •• 


• •a 


• mt 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 




• *• 


30-35 


• •• 


1 


• a* 


1 


• *a 


• aa 


•■mt 


1 




1 


35—40 


• •• 


• a. 


• a* 


• al 


»•» 


••• 


• •• 


• •• 




• •• 


40—45 


• .• 


1 


1 


a*« 


a.a 


• •• 


• •• 


1 


1 


• •• 


45—60 


• •• 


• •• 


• a* 


• a* 


• •• 


• •» 


• •• 


• •• 




• •• 


50-56 


• •• 


.*• 


• •• 


• •• 


• •• 


• •a 


• •• 


• •• 




• a» 


55—60 


• •• 


• a* 


• •• 


• •• 


aaa 


• •• 


• a* 


• •• 




• •• 


60 and over 


•«• 


• •• 


• as 


• •• 


• •• 


• a. 


a^^ 


a«a 




• •• 


Total 


••• 


8 


2 


1 


» 


1 


••• 


2 


i 


1 




Omm tf DrvM Sum & B. and J. B. 1901- 



■ Stale J. B. 



125 

TABLE VIL 

Age, Sex and CSvil Condition. 

AU BeUgiona. 





POFtT-lTIOS. 


UHHAfiBIED. 




Mabbied 






ViDOWED 






























eerwn.. 


Uftles. 


FenulM-penoiu. 


Udo. 


FeouJes. 




Hales. 


Fcmates. 


PereonB. 


Males. 


Femilei. 










1 


2 


3 


4 


» 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 




1,002 


470 


632 


995 


468 


627 


4 


1 


3 


8 


1 




1-^ 


68S 


316 


872 




315 
















s— s 


1,021 


493 


6J8 


].004 


489 


516 




4 


13 








3—4 


M4 


«6 


488 


S17 


437 


480 




S 


7 


S 




1 


4-» 


1,320 


654 


066 


1,187 


&44 


613 




9 




3 


1 


2 


Total 0-fi 


4,8B5 


2,870 


8,880 


4,784 


2,863 


2,631 


73 


23 


60 


8 


3 


5 




6,646 


3,3 i7 


3,199 


6,889 


3,136 


2,753 


613 


S03 


410 


44 


8 






6,130 


3,470 


2,660 


4,011 


2,ei9 








1,323 


197 


58 




io-» 


6,284 


2,726 


2,559 


1,848 


1,659 








1,981 


418 


129 




S(V_25 


8380 


2,569 


2,791 












2,234 


648 


225 


423 


«5-30 


4,915 


2,565 


2,360 


55 4 


446 






1,852 


1,782 


717 


257 




3ft-85 


6,281 


2,746 


2.536 












1,641 


1,110 


297 


613 


3fr-40 


3,536 


1.S58 


1,677 


180 


142 






1,487 


1,042 


846 


229 


617 


40-45 


3,870 


1,885 


1,985 


169 


141 






1,438 




1,341 


306 


1,03a 


4i-50 


2;315 


1.2Z8 


1,087 


47 


36 






926 


667 




266 


409 


80-66 


2,844 


1.310 


1,534 


70 








856 


652 


1,368 


396 




58-60 


1,433 


832 


601 




25 


3 




472 


284 


649 


335 




SO tai over 


2,526 


1,206 


1,320 










616 


258 


l,6i7 


566 


1,051 


Total ... 


64,904 


28,010 


26,894 


18,898 


11,728 


7,171 


26,369 


13207 


13,182 


9,636 


3,075 


6,661 



0—1 


880 


402 


478 


873 


400 


473 


4 


1 


3 


3 






1-2 


676 


2S9 


307 


570 


268 


302 


6 


1 


5 








2—3 


824 


406 


418 


816 


404 


412 


8 


2 


6 








8—4 


801 


382 


419 


786 


376 


411 


13 


6 


7 


2 


J 




4-8 


939 


423 


616 


910 


418 


495 


26 


7 


19 


3 


I 


a 


Total 0-6 


4,020 


1,882 


2,138 


3,886 


1,862 


8,093 


67 


17 


40 


8 


3 


6 


5-10 


5,634 


2,863 


3,fl71 


4,950 


2,693 


2,367 


544 


163 


381 


40 


7 


33 


10-15 


6,264 


2,981 


a,273 




2,386 


943 


1,743 


540 


1,202 


183 


66 


138 


16—20 


4,544 


2,335 


2,209 


1,540 


1,319 


221 


3,440 


911 


1,729 


364 


106 




20-26 


4,597 


2,200 


2,397 


800 




122 


3,239 


1,323 


1,907 


568 






28-30 


4,170 






449 








1,595 


1,517 


G09 


826 




30-88 


4,421 














1,802 


1,364 


959 


360 


699 


86-40 


3.004 


1,S66 


1,438 


140 


129 


11 


2,134 


1,332 


902 


730 


205 


626 


40-45 


3,310 


I,Q13 


1,697 


139 


117 


22 


2,021 


1.331 


790 


1,150 


365 




46-60 


2,006 


1,075 


931 




29 


10 


1,414 


809 


605 


553 


237 


316 


DO-66 


2,467 


1,111 


1,356 


53 


45 


8 


1,207 


717 


490 


1,307 


349 


858 


66—60 


1,330 


777 




S5 


23 


2 


709 


430 


279 








GO and OTM 


2,235 


1,059 


1,176 


31 


20 


11 


761 


537 


234 


1,443 


513 


931 


Total ... 


46,888 


83,030 


22,963 


16,740 


9,888 


6,861 


83,736 


11,888 


11,440 


8,410 


8,748 


6,668 



0-1 


19 


10 


9 


19 


10 


» 














1-2 


16 


6 


10 


16 


6 


10 














2-a 


29 


11 


18 


28 


10 


18 


1 


1 










3-4 


8 


3 


6 






6 


I 












. 4-8 


16 


9 


7 


16 


8 


7 


1 


1 


... 


... 




... 


Total 0-6 


87 


38 


48 


84 


86 


48 


9 


3 


... 




... 


... 


6-ia 


98 


44 


64 


91 


42 


49 


6 


2 


3 


2 






10-16 


84 


44 


40 


56 


34 


32 


28 


10 


18 








10—20 


81 


34 


47 


24 


22 


2 


64 


12 


42 


8 






20—26 


86 


44 


43 


21 


20 


1 


60 


22 


38 


6 


2 




85-30 


60 


37 


23 


16 


14 


1 


36 


20 


16 


B 


3 


s 


80—36 


72 


39 


33 


U 


11 




47 


26 


21 


14 


2 


18 




81 


24 


27 




3 




37 












«-45 




23 


82 


6 


8 




36 












46-60 




81 


28 


2 


2 




34 






23 












ai 


2 


2 




21 


14 


7 


22 








24 


15 










11 












60 wd ovor ... 


33 


16 


18 


2 






11 


8 


3 


80 


6 


IS 


Total ... 


886 


4IS 


423 


817 


103 


124 


883 


184 


108 


136 


36 


100 



iniaa of t^ewas StaUs 1901. 


■ 


■ 


TABLE VII. 


■ 


m 


1 


1 


■ 








Age, Sex and Civil Condition, 










kwas State J. B. 






Mnsalman. 












^ 


POPCLATLOS. 


UsaAflElKD. 




MAIlItlEI>. 


Widowed 




m- 




















Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Person B. 


Mttlcs. 


Females. 


Pereons. 


MalcB. FemaleB 


PeraoBS. 


Males. 


Femalen. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


« 


7 


8 


9 { 10 


It 


12 


13 


^m_ 0-1 


67 


50 


37 


87 


60 


37 














IB ^ 


7e 


33 


43 


75 


33 


42 


'"1 


... 


"'1 








122 


53 


U9 


115 


63 


C2 


T 




7 








1^^ 3-4 


92 


45 


47 


91 


44 


47 


1 












■^ 4-6 


213 


96 


117 


Ell 


95 


116 


2 


1 


"1 








Total o-B 


eeo 


877 


S13 


B79 


27B 


304 


11 


2 


9 








5-10 


G37 


;o8 


329 


SOS 


299 


309 


28 


9 


19 


1 


,. 


1 


, 10-15 


B79 


321 


258 


456 


288 


168 


115 


31 


64 


8 


& 


6 


16-20 


471 


2111 


222 


fill 


158 


53 


237 


79 


158 


23 


12 


11 


20—25 


4<U 


228 


233 


96 


88 


8 


32'J 


128 


201 


39 


12 


27 


25-30 


499 


244 


255 


69 


51 


18 


370 


175 


195 


60 


18 


42 


30-35 


680 


314 


275 


:i4 


23 


11 


465 


272 


I93 


90 


19 


71 


36-40 


390 


2-^5 


165 


13 


8 





283 


204 


80 


84 


13 


71 


40-46 


.%3 


18L) 


18IJ 


22 


16 


6 


221 


147 


74 


12U 


36 


100 


1 45—50 


BOB 


99 


107 


s 


5 
7 


1 
4 


m 

140 


62 
09 


35 
41 


83 
S7 


12 
31 


71 
6ii 


249 


137 


lU 


11 


^M 5S— 60 


64 


33 


31 


1 


1 




31 


2H 


3 


32 


4 


28 


^H 60 and over ... 


217 


110 


107 


2 


2 




I'O 


71 


19 


125 


37 


88 


Total 


B,323 


2,734 


2,689 


2,108 


1,221 


887 


2,447 


1,327 


1,120 


768 


186 


682 


Animlst. « 


0—1 


10 


8 


8 


16 


8 


8 












...a 


^^ 


21 


9 


12 


21 


9 


12 












... ■ 


^K 2-3 


46 


23 


23 


45 


22 


as 


""1 


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... fl 


^H 3-4 


33 


16 


17 


33 




17 












... ■ 


^ 4-5 


5^ 


2t> 


2a 


51 


£6 


25 


"1 




"1 






... ■ 


total 0-5 


168 


82 


86 


lee 


81 


8S 


2 


1 


I 






-1 


5—10 


27 T 


132 


145 


240 


103 


138 


3G 


29 


7 


1 


1 


... ■ 


^^ 10-15 


213 


134 


89 


170 


111 


69 


37 


12 


25 


6 


1 


6^ 


^^L ic-so 


18S 


11)7 


81 


73 


60 


13 


87 


35 


63 


28 


13 


16 


^^H so— 26 


213 


97 


116 


34 


31 


3 


143 


55 


83 


36 


11 


35 


^^H 25-30 


185 




07 


21 


17 


4 


126 


61 


64 


39 


10 


39 


^^^H 30 — 36 




100 
43 






n 


4 


139 


76 


63 


47 


le 


31 


^^V 35—40 


90 


47 


4 




2 


65 


33 


33 


SI 


9 


12 


^H 40-4S 


135 


69 


76 


3 


3 




81 


i^ 


39 


61 


14 


37 


^^H 45—50 


44 


23 


21 








28 


15 


13 


16 


8 


a 


^^B 60-55 


84 




46 


""4 


""1 




40 


26 


14 


40 




33 


^^H 65—60 


16 


7 


a 


1 




'"1 


5 


3 




9 


4 


B :■ 


^^m 60 and over ... 


41 


22 


lu 








U 


10 


2 


20 


13 


"1 


^™^ Total ... 


1,8S1 


822 


920 


728 


410 


309 


800 


S97 


403 


323 


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^^m 16-20 


























^B 20-2S 


























^H 25-30 


'"l 


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"1 










^H 30—36 


1 


1 










1 


1 










^B 36-40 


























^^V 40-46 


1 


"l 










■■'l 












^B 45-50 


























^^B 50-55 


























^^K 5^-60 


























^^r m 011.1 over 




















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^P Total 


3 


3 










3 


3 












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^H 


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Hinda.— 

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10—15 
15-20 

20 nnd over ... 
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Jain.— 

0—10 
10-15 
15—20 

20 and over ... 
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Maaalman,— 

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10-15 
15—20 

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129 



Censas of Dewas States ISOl. 



• 




TABLE X. 










Dewas States S. B. & J. B. 




Language. 














Dewas S. B. 


' 


Dewas J. B. 




Lanouaois or Dialects. 
















Persons. 


Males. 


Females. | 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


■ 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


Baniari ••• 
Bhilali .^. 


•a. 


246 


170 


75 


68 


39 


29 


• •• 


218 


100 


118 


48 


26 


£2 


Biindelkhandi 


... 


9,412 


4,717 


4,695 


6,336 


3,037 


3,299 


Hindi ••• ••• 


... 


37,684 


19,505 


18,172 


33,898 


17,409 


16,489 


Hindustani 


• •• 


760 


676 


75 


537 


502 


35 


Malwi ••• ••• 


• .. 


3,243 


1,369 


18,74 


3,126 


1,306 


1,W) 


Rangri ... 


• *• 


179 


139 


40 


197 


150 


47 


Urdu 


• •• 


3,341 


1,639 


1,702 


3,05li 


1,525 


I,«7 


Gujarathi ... ••• 


• .. 


292 


131 


16L 


227 


123 


lOi 


Marathi ••• ••• 


• •• 


1,813 


1,042 


771 


1,893 


1,158 


m 


Marwadi 


• •• 


2,717 


1,378 


1,339 


2,931 


1,455 


lA 


Mewari 


• *. 


27 


12 


15 


25 


11 


u 


Panjabi ••• 


«.• 


7 


6 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Vilayati 


• •• 


8 


3 


5 


7 




4 


Paahto 


»«• 


41 


20 


21 


31 


21 


10 


Multani ... •«. 


• •• 


100 


70 


30 


47 


32 


15 


Bardi 


• •• 


31 1 


30 


36 


a.a 


36 


Nagri ••• ••• 


• •• 


3 3 


... 


• a. 


a.« 


• M 


Kachchi ••• 


•a. 


20 11 


9 


13 


9 


i 


Nimadi 


..a 


2,104 


1,101 


1,003 


2,260 


1,060 


1,SOO 


Hadoti ••• 


... 


25 


25 


a.a 


10 


10 


••* 


Jaipuri 


... 


12 


6 


6 


13 


5 


8 


,Canare8 


• .. 


5 


3 


2 


4 


1 


3 


l^mili ... ••• 


• *. 


11 


8 


3 


9 


7 


8 


Arabic •.. .•• 


... 


3 


2 


1 


5 


1 


4 


Persian 


... 


3 


3 


... 


4 


4 


••• 


English 


• *• 


1 


1 


... 


aaa 


... 


M. 


Unspecified 


•-•• 


17 


17 


••• 


125 


115 


10 






62,312 


32,167 


30,166 


64,904 


28^010 


26,894 






TABLE XI 














Birth-place. 














Dkwas S. B. 






Dewas J. B. 




Birth-Placbs. 


' 














I-ersons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Bagli ••• •.• ••• 


... 


..a 


•.* 


... 


a.a 


••• 


••. 


Barwani ... ••• ... 


a. * 


6 


2 


4 


3 


a.a 


3 


Bhopal ••• ••• ••• 


... 


685 


300 


385 


958 


458 


400 


Charkhari 


. •• 


6 


4 


2 


a.a 


aaa 


••• 


Datia 


a*. 


20 


12 


8 


18 


14 


4 


Dewas S. B. and J. B. ... 


... 


27,117 


14,893 


12,224 


33,193 


16,818 


16,375 


JL^nar ».« ... «.• 


• •• 


456 


200 


256 


518 


218 


300 


Gwalior 


... 


19,998 


10,000 


9,998 


10,900 


5,899 


5,001 


Indore ... ... 


• •• 


10,196 


4,870 


5,326 


6,199 


2,925 


3,274 


Jaora ... ... ••• 


... 


107 


60 


47 


107 


67 


1 

40 


Jhabua ... ... ... 


• .« . 


7 


• • * 


7 


• •a 


••. 


••• 


Narsingarh ... ... ... 

Bajgarh ... ... ... 


• •• 


30 


27 


3 


29 


20 


9 


... 


44 


33 


11 


27 


20 


7 


Batlam ... ... .*• 


... 


102 


45 


57 


82 


32 


50 


jKiwa ••• •*• •«• 


• •a 


8 


4 


4 


... 


... 


• ta 


Sohawal ... ... ••• 


a.. 


28 


17 


11 


19 


IC 


9 


: Central India Unspecified ••• 


• *• 


608 


205 


403 


134 


115 


19 


Total Central India 


••• 


69,418 


30,672 


28,746 


62,087 


26,696 


25,491 


Jxiwar ... •.• ... 


... 


27 


18 


9 


... 


• •9 


•I. 


Banswara ... ... 


... 


a.a 


•*• 


... 


22 


18 


4 


Bharatpur ... ••. 


••a 


37 


29 


8 


24 


20 


4 


Bikaner ... ... ... 


..a 


17 


9 


8 


9 


5 


4 


Bnndi ... ... ••• 


... 


8 


6 


2 


2 


2 


••* 


Dholpur 


... 


U 


5 


6 


«•• 


a*. 


••• 


Jaipur ... ... ... 


• •t 


184 


99 


85 


160 


85 


75 


Jhalawar ... ... 


... 


9 


7 


2 


•*• 


a*. 


••• 


xvoxa *.• ••• .«• 


... 


17 


10 


7 


10 


6 


4 


JBiarwar •*• *•• ... 


• ». 


350 


149 


201 


450 


151 


299 


Mew&r ... ••« »•« 


• •• 


100 


49 


51 


65 


38 


87 


Partabgarh 


... 


17 


10 


7 


13 


7 


6 


lonK ... ... 


.•* 


• 99 


... 


... 


3 


3 


pt* 


Eajputana Unspecified ... 


«.. 


38 


17 


21 


38 


18 


20 


Total Rajputana 


... 


816 


408 


407 


796 


363 


443 


Ajmer ... ... ... 


a*. 


32 


22 


10 


25 


20 


5 


Bcnsal ... 

Bombay ... ... ... 


... 


19 


15 


4 


19 


17 


2 


.. • 


919 


450 


469 


879 


503 


• 376 


N.-W. P. and Ondh 


... 


1,051 


552 


499 


1,066 


500 


566 


Panjab ... ... 


• »* 


54 


35 


19 


30 


20 


10 


Jkladras ... ••• 


... 


4 


3 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Total India other than C. I. and Rajputana 


... 


2,079 


1,077 


1,002 


2,021 


1,061 


960 


Total Population 


... 


62,312 


32,167 


30,166 


64,904 


28,010 


26,894 



NOTE ON THE CENSUS 
OF THE 

JAORA STATE. 




I. Deieriptlon. — The State of Jaora lies in the Malwa Agency. It has an area of 568 
square miles, Urban I'42, Rural 566-5S. Its toUI population is 84,202. It is all on the 
Plalean. 

II. nistorical. — The ralers of Jaora are Mahomedans, the foander being Ghafur 
Khan, the brother-in-law of the famons Amir Khan. The State was confirmed by the 
British Government in 1818 by the 12th Article of the treaty of Mandaanr. In 18lt2 a 
special »anad was granted. The present chief, who is a minor, succeeded in 1895. 

III. Adnxinistrative dtvisiont. — For administrative purposes the State is divided into 
7 lehiili. The largest is that of Jaora-cum-Nawabganj, with an area of 213 square 
miles. 

IV. Distribution of the people:— 

(1). Mean deniiti/ . — The mean density of the State is 148 persons per square mile. 
The Rural density is 98. (2). Tourn awi villacre. — There are two towns in Jaora, and 
337 villnirng. The average town popnlatioa is 1,464, the average village 164. Most 
villages full in the "under 500" group. 

V. Religions. — The State though under Mahomedan ruIS is essentially Hindn in 
character, aome 74 per cent, of the population being of this religion. The Mahomedans 
reach 19 per cent. ; in Bbopal tbey reach only 12 per cent. In the Urban area the 
Mahomedan population reaches 44 per cent, which shews the induence of the ruling 
class. Mahomedans too have increased by G per cent, since 1891. 

VI. A^e, Sex and Civil Condition:— 

{l).— Proportion of the texes. — There are 972 females to every 1,000 males in 
the State. In the Urban area there are 1,007, in the Rural 955. There is a defect 
of females, hnt the defect ia less than in 1891. (2). Civil Condition. — There is 
nothing much to note. Infant female marriage is 8 per cent, higher than in Ratlam 
between the ages of 0-10. There are 102 wives to 100 husbands. 

Vlt. Education. — There are 8 per cent, of literate males and 0'2 per cent, females. 
Meant of Education — One High School teaching English, 9 Schools teaching Vernaculars. 

YIII. Languages. — The dialects predominating in Jaora are Maini which is spoken 
by two-thirds of the State and Urdu which is common in the towns, 

IX. Castes- — The castes peculiar to the State arej Gauchi, Kotwal and Jain-Brahman. 

X. Occupations-— T!hei peculiar occupations are leatlier dying, embroidary od shoes, 
(ilk weaving, aud sack making. 



CVnuua of Jaora State 1901 



Joara State. 



131 
SDBSIDIARr TABLE L 

Density of the Population. 



v. 





Mean denHity per square mile. 


1 
Variation Increase (-J») Decrease (— ) 


Statk. 


1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1872. 


1891 to 1901. 


3881 to 1891. 


1872 to 1881. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Jaora States Urban ,., 
Do. Rural 

Mean density 


20,231 

97-8 

1482 


18,988-7 

160 

8265 


18,776-4 

1561 

209*2 


••• 
•*• 
••• 


+12,42-3 
—62-2 
—78-3 


+213-3 

+3-9 

+17-8 


••• 
••• 
••• 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE II. 







General Distribution of Population 


by Reli 


gion. 








1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


Percentage of Variation 
Increase (+) Decreiis»e( — ) 


Net variation 


















Keliqion. 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 


Population 

per 

10,000. 


Number. 


Population 
per 
10,000. 


1891 to 1901. 
8 


]881 to 1891. 


18&1 to 
1901. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


9 


10 


Hindu 
Aniniist 


62,405 
2,585 


7,411-3 
,307-0 


••• 
••• 


••• 


••• 

••• 


••• 
••• 


• •• 


••• 
••• 


••• 


Total Hindu & Animist ... 


64,990 


7,718-8 


99,440 


8,452-2 


93,091 


8,585-0 


—34-6 


+6-8 


—28,101 


Jain ... ... 

Mnsalmaa 
Others 


3,314 

15,854 

44 


393-6 

1,882-8 

5-3 


3,110 

15,060 

40 


264-3 

1,280-0 

3-5 


2,010 

13,318 

15 


185-4 

1,228-1 

1-5 


+66 
+5-2 
+10 


+64-7 

+13-8 

+166-6 


+1,304 

+2,536 

+29 


Total 


84,202 


10,000 


117,650 


10,000 


108^34 


10,000 


••• 


••• 


••■ 



Jaora State 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE III. 
General Proportion of the Sexes by State. 



Statk. 



Females to 1 ,000 M alss. 



1901. 



1891. 



1881. 



Remarks. 



9725 



925-8 



894-1 



Jaora State 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 
Actual Excess or Defect of Females by State. 





JStatk. 


Niiniber of Ft-maies in ExceBs (+) or 
in Defect ( — ). 


Remarks. 






1901. 


1891. 


1881. 






1 


2 


3 


4 


b 





• •« 



— 1,170 



— 4,530 



— 6,056 



mm 



^nsus of Jaora State 1901. 



Taora State 



132 

SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 
Proportion of Wives to Husbands for Religions and State, 



State. 



Number of Married Females to l,0O0 Married Males. 



All Religions. 



2 



Hindu. 



Jain. 



Mahomedan. 



Aniraist. 



Others. 



Jaora State 



1,011 



1,019 



967 



1,006 



930 



769 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 
Distribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex for States. 



Civil Condition of 10,<)00 Males. 



State. 



At all ages. 



"2 

fc 

s 



2 



o 

B 

a 



73 
O 

•FN 



0—10. 



.2 



a 



6 



O 



10—16. 



I 



16—40. 



40 and over. 



U 

es 



8 



B 

a 



o 



10 



73 



11 



-s 



08 

a 

a 



12 



Jaora State 



4,512 




4,876 



1,113 



240 



9,712 



48 



1,816 



8,358 



826 



6,072 



2,729 



1,199 5,907 



685 



2,508 



CivU Condition of 10,000 Females. 



Jaora State 



4,692 



2,601 



2,707 



835 



9,100 



65 4,076 



5,489 



435 



7,802 



423 



2,275 



2,829 



64 



7,107 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VI. 
Education by Age, Sex and State, 





Literate per 1,000. 


State. 


0— 10. 


10—15. 


16-20. 


20 and over. 


All-ages. 




Males. 


1 

Females. 


Males. 
4 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


Jaora State ... 


•9 


•1 


62 


•1 


10-8 


•4 


65-3 


18 


834 


2 6 



SUBSIDIAKY TABLE VIL 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. 



Caste, Tbibs or Race. 



Persons. 



1901. 



Brahman 


••• 


Rajput 


... 


Ahir 


... 


Balai 


... 


Bania 


... 


Chamar 


... 


Gujar 


... 


Kachchi 


•*• 


Kunbi 


... 


Teli 


••• 


Bhil 


••• 


Miua 


•.• 



••• 



... 

... 

• *• 

• .• 

• * • 

• a. 

• •• 



... 
... 

• .. 



• t • 

• .. 

• •• 



2 



... 



3.599 
7,396 

48 
4,342 
2.844 
6,467 
2,284 

30 
4,M6 
1,28G 
1,789 

7n 



1881. 



Percentage of Vari- 
ation iNCKEASe (4*) 

OR Decrease (— ). 



1881 to 1901. 



Net VHriation 

IncroaaK +) or 

Decrease ( — j. 



4,027 

11,977 

72 

6,774 

5,034 

6,902 

4,982 

88 

6,091 

1,441 

2,4G4 

2,243 



)-6 




428 


380 




4,581 


330 


— 


24 


360 


— 


2.53a 


430 


— 


2,19() 


210 




1.445 


54*0 


— 


2,698 


660 


— 


58 


190 


— 


1,176 


U-2 


— 


165 


27 


— 


676 


65 


— 


1,458 



mmmm 



Cenaui of Jaora State I9OI. 











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b 














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« 










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n 




















1 


s 


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SJ2S? 2 






^ 






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■* 












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S;:2 


S^S S 












































g 














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c 




^ 


s 

1 


1 


2 


2 


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* 


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^ 


" 


1" 














- 




l»>tf-0 M 
















































K 















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V 




1 


H 




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p 
















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m 


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« 


n 


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- 


1 


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3 


1 


isg 


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+ 


11 III 
+ + 1 1 1 


1 

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l-i 


S 


1 


■II III 


i-l 


a 


lllll 


14 


s 




|g||| 

+ 7 IT -r 




i 


8 


§ 


s i 33 s 


1 


S 


ID 
g 


-- 1 II 1 


1 


S 




1 


i 1 SsSs 


1 


S 


1 


li5ll|S 


1114 


3 


■' ||^f? 


-J 


1 





■' il^l 


1 
s 


2 


■f 


IPIIII 


1 1 




e 


.§-6. 


1 


15 


1 


3s.g53|8 


P 




14 






i-i 


•a 




i 1 Ei 1 


1 


i 


-. 


■ 1 1 -1 1 


■g 






a 2 S3 a 
2 s SS- s 


S -""qja 


3 




1 


S 


i 


Eiiil 




2 


s 


IPillS- 


? 1 


c 


"0 


a^i-s. 




. 


0) 


SSSS3SS 


i 


ip^iii 


- 


^ i^?n 




i.l 


'^ 


^ +a + ? 


S-Si 


«= 


1 


!f. + ++ 1 


I 


i 


■* 




a : sa c 


8 


« 


s 


S S 5SS' 


8 


^ 


s 


SSSSSSg 


i 

s 

a. 




- 


s 

B 

CO 

1 


mi 



' Vttaaa of Jaora SUte 1901. 



1 

• 

& 

•s 

i 
-s 

>■ 

1 

a 

b 

1 
1 




« 


s 


i» 


1 

8 


■uoitB|ndo^ 


s 




■jaqu. LLN 


s 




|s 


■uoiiojiidoj 


2 


• •:■;:•: 


■jaqraiiN 


2 






•no!in[ndcj 


^ 




■jsquinji 2 




1^ 


■nonii[ndod 2 




■raqwnti :5 


; ; ■ ; M ; ■ 


1 


■Q011B[lldoj 


2 


: --i;: 


■jaquiuj; 2 




N 




= 


9,490 
2,636 

2,000 
4,954 


■iaquins 


2 


" " • r : ;"" 


I 




a 


8,273 

1,070 

1,203 


■iaquinij 


. 


" ":::;": 


1 


■noiFindod 


t- 


1 S|-PI- 


■wqranji 


„ 


2 "^ .'''N'H .m 


1 


■uoiiiiiodoj 


o 


39,844 

5,567 
5,712 
9.897 
6,790 
738 
4,462 
6,078 


■JaquirN 


.* 


2 SgSS^'S^i 


.1 

I 


„ 


84,202 

5,712 
38,404 
0,932 
1,341 
5,665 
13,279 




. 


1 SgS32SS 




- 


i 11 jj 




1 

Pi 



J .9 

<! -I 
H p. 



I 
s 


i 


2 


■ ■ : 


1 


S 


^ r 


1 


S 


1 i- 


1 


«> 


1 II 


3 


1 


s 




1 


s 


^ r 


i 


= 


1 P 




a 


t "" 


1 


s 




+ . 

1 = 


1^1 


o 




M 


' 


i S; 


i°i 


. 


f +' 


2 


s 


- 




1 


. 




1 


» 




1 


, 


8 SS 
5 S* 


Hid 


„ 


^e2 


i 


. 


■ o ■ 




s 


- 


1 1 

i ^^ 



Census of Jaora Stale 1901. 



;> 

d 
'60 

w — 
as ^ 





-c 


■rapm.j 


« 


a 


135 


1 


3 


« 


3 5 S 


^s 




■•>I'K S 


s 


rt o 




S 


o> 


1 S g 


' s 




■soosjaj S 


s 


S " 


i 


i 


K 


IS S 


S 2 






1 


-aai«.uaj | ^ ] : i = ::;::::■ ^ 


■»™l.| . 1 . .:...... 1 


■tfnosjjj 1^1:1: ! i i ; ■ = • : 


< 

1 


■6a[..u.3J 1 S 


s 


2 1 


2 






2 I ; 






-BS|DM 1 « 


2 


a : 


2 






2 I ! 


i 1 




■8U0BJ3J j SS 


8 


8 ; 


S 






S ■ : 






:5 


1 


1 


1 ^ 


«i 


3 


s 


5 


g 8 




■B,.[BIM S 


e~ 


|S 


N" 


5 


g 


S S g 

5- "^ 


a 8 




■BU..fiiaj j g 


i 


3. 2 


to 


g 


S 


|i 5 


1 i 




ii 


-S0[BU19J I 2 


40 


" : 


(0 




: 


- : I 


! i 




■saiBK 


2 


o 


3 I 


5 


; 




* : • 






....„j 


% 


a 


2 1 


2 


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: ■ 




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s 

2 


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S ] : i : •■■: = ■:• 


•aapiq 


i3l : = : :■==:::: 


■Huoaj.-.J 


- ] : ■ : ::;; = : = : 


1 


■BoimuBj 




s 


■8 3 


IS 

3 


2 


•1 


1 £ S 


s S 




■B«,i.K 1 2 


i 


S S 


1 


1 


OS 


8 S g 


S 3 




■Buoaiaj ;:! 


i 


|a 


1 


8 


10 


§ s s 


S i 




1 


■sciiBttia^q 2 


■' 












: : 




■e-'l^H => 


- 


- ■ 


•" 


; 




; '^ ; 






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- : 


"" 






: "^ : 






p 


■eainiuaj 


- 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 1 8 


5 «- 




■83|0H 


o 


1^ 




1 


S 


1 


lis 


II 




■SQ0W9J 


« 


s 


g 1 


1 


•9 


s 


|l' 


i 1 




1 


■saiE'rioj 


' 


1 


II 


3 


1 


M' 


i s 1 

2 '■ 


n 2 




•soinK 


" 


o 


|| 


a 

s 
s 


n 


1 


a s g 


1 1 




■-Hosjaj 


„ 


g 


3 ' 


1 


1 


«' 


s s s 
s »■ - 


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t 

^ 




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1 

£ 
1 

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of Jaora State 1901. 


1 


■ 


TABLE VIl. 




State. 






Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 


1 






All Religions. 


1 


Age. 


Pup L'L ATI 0.1. 


Unmarhird. 


Mabried. 


WlDOWID. ^M 


PereooH 


Mules. 


Femalea 


Persons 


Males. 


FemaleB 


Persons. 


Mdes. 


Females 


Person 8 


Males. 


Femalwk 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


0—1 


1,091 


647 


647 


1,093 


646 


647 


1 


1 










1-a 


782 


417 


365 


773 


411 


3G2 


9 


6 


'" 3 








2—3 


1,169 


584 


685 


1,153 


578 


675 


16 


6 


10 








3-i 


1,413 


706 


707 


1,382 


GDI 


691 


28 


13 


15 


"s 


'2 


"1 


4r-5 


1,726 


861 


8S4 


1,077 


840 


837 


45 


19 


26 


3 


2 


1 


Total 0-6 


6,183 


3,UB 


3,068 


6,078 


3,066 


3,012 


60 


48 


64 


6 


4 


2 


5-10 


0,845 


4,926 


4,919 


8,999 


4,7« 


42,66 


761 


148 


813 


8S 


35 


50 


10-15 


10,372 


5,549 


4,823 


7,285 


4.638 


2,647 


2,696 


730 


1,966 


391 


181 


210 


16-20 


8,810 


4,G63 


4,147 


3,343 


2,864 


489 


4,683 


1,479 


3,204 


784 


330 


454 


20-26 


10,321 


3,173 


5,U6 


1,863 


1,684 


168 


6,982 


2,864 


4,128 


1,477 


628 


849 


25-30 


7.506 


3.913 


3,692 


690 


615 


75 


5,684 


2.810 


2,774 


1,231 


488 


743 


30-31 


6,850 


4,666 


4,S84 


505 


434 


71 


6,315 


3,513 


2,802 


2,030 


619 


1,411 


35-40 


6,124 


2,790 


2,334 


198 


175 


23 


3,481 


2,160 


im 


1,445 


466 


980 


40-46 


6,650 


3,138 


3,512 


230 


^02 


£8 


3,610 


2.407 


1.403 


2,610 


629 


2,081 


45—30 


2,492 


1,334 


1,156 


85 


78 


7 


1,283 


889 


393 


1.126 


367 


758 


50-55 


4.138 


1,800 


2.333 


119 


108 


11 


1,695 


1,2! I 


484 


2,319 


431 


1,638 


5S— 60 


842 


431 


,411 


22 


19 


3 


367 


261 


106 


453 


ISl 


302 


60 and over ... 


3,075 


1,285 


1,7<J0 


70 


60 


10 


968 


750 


218 


2,037 


47s 


1,502 


Not stated 








... 




... 






•... 








Total 


S4,S02 


42,680 


4I.C1Q 


E9,476 


18,676 


10,800 


38,733 


19,267 


19.476 


16,983 


4,763 


11,240 M 










lindn. 




1 










1 


0—1 


897 






697 












: ■ 


351 


31C 


351 


346 




m 


^m 1—3 


817 


280 


237 


608 


274 


234 


9 


6 


3 






m 


^L 2-;i 


814 


422 


422 


831 


417 


414 


13 


G 


8 








■ ^1 


1,039 


527 


513 


1,012 


615 


497 


24 


10 


11 


■"3 


'"2 


'"1 


■ 4-C 


1,251 


632 


619 


1,209 


614 


695 


39 


16 


23 


3 


2 




total 0-6 


(,348 


2,212 


2,136 


4,267 


2,171 


a,os6 


86 


37 


48 


e 


4 


2 


5—10 


7,344 


3,681 


3,663 


6,583 


3,520 


3,063 


682 


129 


583 


79 


32 


47 


10-16 


7,672 


4,154 


3,618 


6,039 


3,367 


1,072 


2281 


622 


1,659 


362 


165 


187 


16—20 


8,686 


3,543 


31,43 


2,2G3 


2,004 


■259 


3,780 


1,840 


2,510 


673 


299 


371 


30-25 


7,985 


4,0 J6 


3,969 


1,274 


1,180 


94 


6,423 


2,278 


3,145 


1,288 


658 


730 


25—30 


5,566 


3,888 


2,668 


438 


396 


43 


4,101 


2,078 


2,023 


1,017 


415 


602 


30-35 


G.773 


3,490 


3,282 


332 


286 


36 


4,790 


2,702 


2,C88 


1,660 


502 


1,158 


35-40 


3,908 


2,138 


1,780 


150 


133 


17 


2,577 


1,610 


967 


1.181 


385 


796 


40-45 


4,947 


2,311 


2,636 


172 


164 


16 


2,726 


1,741 


5184 


2.fi50 


416 


1,631 


45—50 


1,817 


970 


847 


61 


57 


4 


897 


G30 


267 


839 


283 


576 


50-55 


2.K43 


1,233 


1,710 


80 


71 


g 


1,126 


614 


312 


1,737 


348 


1,389 


55— GO 


503 


239 


264 


5 


6 




195 


141 


54 


303 


93 


SlU 


60 and OTer ... 


l,yK4 


773 


1,152 


37 


33 


"b 


fiSl 


434 


117 


1,336 


306 


1,030 


Not stated 






... 






... 






... 


... 






Total 


62,405 


31,637 


3,076B 


20,681 


13,37fi 


7,306 


1 £9,183 


14,466 


14,727 


12,641 


3,806 


8,736 


Join. 


0-1 


G3 


33 


30 


63 


33 


30 












1-3 


44 


19 


25 


44 


19 


25 












2—3 


40 


23 


17 


40 




17 










... 




3-^ 


47 


23 


24 


44 


20 


24 


"'3 


"'3 










1-5 


57 


31 


26 


66 


31 


25 


I 




""] 








•otai -6 


261 


129 


122 


247 


126 


121 


4 


3 


t 








6-10 


345 


173 


178 


337 


170 


167 


8 


3 


G 








10-15 


:60 


208 


154 


290 


188 


102 


C8 


17 


51 


2 


'": 


"1 


15-20 


341 


179 


162 


128 


122 


i 


201 


56 


14S 


12 


I 


U 


20-25 


3'JH 


212 


181 


77 


73 


4 


288 


132 


156 


S8 




21 


i5-30 


308 


173 


135 


41 


36 


6 


228 


13a 


103 


39 


11 


28 


30—35 


S^ 


180 


185 


S5 


34 


1 


260 


123 


137 


70 


23 


47 


35-40 


198 


118 


80 


11 


11 




145 


91 


34 


42 


16 


26 


40—45 


200 


122 


128 


11 


10 


"l 


157 


9a 


G6 


83 


20 


62 


46-60 


120 


63 


57 


6 


5 




66 


41 


26 


49 


H 


33 


30-55 


208 


116 


02 


14 


13 


"l 


85 


73 


12 


109 


30 


79 


55-60 


55 


38 


17 


6 


6 


1 


23 


19 


4 


26 


U 


la 


eOnnilovcr 


120 


4U 


71 


9 


7 


2 


35 


21 


14 


76 


31 


55 


Not ttctled 


























Total 


3,314 


1758 


1.656 


1,211 


800 


411 


1,008 


797 


771 


6S0 


161 


374 





^Q^iiitf of J&ora Sute 190L 




137 

TABLE VH. 
Age, Sex and Civil Candition. 























m 






PopUtiTION, 


Unmarried. 


Marqied. 


WlDOWKP, 


Age. 


'ergons 


Males 


Females. Persoas 
I 


Males 


.Female 


. PeraoDB 


Males. 


Femalea 


Persona 


Haiea. 


Fenal. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


1 = 


6 


1 7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


IS 


0— I 


S2I 


157 


164 


320 


156 


154 


1 


1 










1-2 


203 


109 


93 


20i 


109 


93 












™ 


■V_ . 2-3 


255 


129 


128 


254 


i:8 


126 


1 


"* 1 










IH 3-1 


279 


133 


146 


278 


133 


145 


1 




1 








■ 


351 


168 


18J 


353 


167 


13G 


1 


'" 1 




... 






^^ Total 0-6 


1,4U 


606 


7X3 


1,407 


693 


714 


4 


3 


1 




... 


... 


5-10 


1.854 


903 


945 


1,7S3 


891 


833 


65 


12 


43 


6 


3 


3 


■ 10—15 


2,028 


1,0^4 


1,002 


1,711 


935 


776 


293 


80 


213 


22 


9 


13 


^^ 15-80 


1,509 


791 


718 


838 


635 


20) 


616 


145 


471 


55 


11 


4i 


^^L 20-23 


1.6^8 


781 


814 


441 


379 


63 


1,03^ 


36.1 


719 


99 


36 


ei 


^^B 25—30 


1,402 


726 


676 


185 


160 


23 


1.092 


531 


571 


125 


45 


80 


^^1 


1,3^8 


718 


683 


137 


93 


25 


l,0i3 


559 


49 i 


218 


60 


158 


^H, 35-10 


830 


462 


398 


34 


23 


6 


652 


380 


872 


174 


53 


Iti 


^^B 40—45 


1,243 


597 


61S 


44 


35 


9 


806 


435 


331 


393 


77 


3ie 


^^B 45 -SO 


435 


270 


215 


16 


13 


3 


333 


196 


87 


183 


61 


US 


^^B 50—56 


. 8)3 


415 


4W 


i3 


23 




4 LI 


299 


143 


419 


93 


»6 


^H 55—60 


255 


U3 


107 


11 


9 


'" 3 


130 


05 


35 


113 


42 


70 


^H 60 and over 


902 


432 


470 


23 


SO 


3 


334 


2ri 


63 


545 


141 


101 


^K Total ... 


1S,894 


7,970 


7.884 


0,633 


3,924 


3,729 


6,S17 


3,415 


3,432 


2,394 


631 


1,783 








Animist. 






















■ •-- 0-1 


12 


5 


7 


12 


5 


7 












... 


■■ 1-3 


IS 


8 


10 


18 


8 


10 












„. 


^M 2-3 


30 


10 


20 


28 


10 


18 


"' 2 




'" 2 








^M 


47 


22 


81 


47 


23 


25 














m 


62 


30 


32 


53 


23 


3J 


"" 4 


2 


'" 2 






z 


^H Total 0-5 


169 


75 


94 


163 


73 


90 


S 


2 


4 






... 


^B 5-10 


2» 


161 


133 


234 


158 


123 


15 


3 


12 








^H 


310 


165 


145 


243 


148 


94 


53 


U 


42 


"'l5 


6 


' 9 


^H 15-20 


272 


14% 


124 


113 


92 


21 


115 


37 


78 


41 


19 


a 


^V ao-36 


312 


161 


151 


58 


50 


a 


193 


85 


108 


CI 


28 


a 


^" 26—30 


233 


133 


UO 


35 


24 


1 


153 


82 


77 


49 


17 


3i 


30-35 


309 


175 


134 


19 


13 


6 


207 


128 


79 


83 


31 


13 


35-40 


154 


81 


73 


2 


2 




104 


67 


37 


43 


13 


3G 


40-45 


206 


loa 


93 


3 


3 




117 


87 


30 


85 


16 


63 


45-50 


6J 


30 


39 


3 


3 




3J 


21 


11 


31 


6 


a 


60—55 


9S 


31 


62 


2 


1 


"" 1 


43 


24 


18 


52 


9 


13 


65-ao 


30 


8 


22 








19 


6 


13 


a 


2 


i 


60 ftnd ovar ... 


127 


31 


93 


"* 1 


1 




47 


23 


24 


79 


7 


n 


Total 


2,B8S 


1,298 


1,837 


915 


508 


347 


1,112 


S78 


636 


658 


134 


404 


Others. 


0-1 
1-2 
2-3 


I 
1 


1 
1 


::: 




1 
1 


::: 






::: 








3-4 


"* I 


"" I 






"" 1 
















4-J 


1 






















... 


Total 0-5 


4 


3 






3 










... 


... 


•M 


5—10 


3 


2 






1 






1 








M 


10-15 


4 
















*" 1 






^ 


15-2i> 


2 


■" 3 












'" 1 










20—25 


2 


2 






3 
















25-30 


5 


3 












'" 3 


'" 1 








39-35 


7 


3 






"" 3 






1 


4 








35-10 


4 


2 












2 


1 








40-45 


6 














a 


3 


" 1 




I 


45—50 


1 


1 












1 










50-55 


3 


2 












1 




2 


1 


"* I 


55—60 


I 


















I 




1 


60 and over 


2 


" 1 










'" 1 


*" 1 




1 


'.'.'. 


^ 


Total ... 


44 


33 


21 


16 


9 


7 


23 


13 


10 


6 


1 


1 


^^^^^m^^ J 



1 

1 


i 
a 

e 

•.J 


Ute 1901. 

i _ 


r"" i- ■•;;•: ■••••: ::"::" ::i:H ri":" 


1 
1 

1 
i 


1 ' 


•■SSS:| -SSKiS r:=:2 ""-S iS i = i 1 M " T ^ i" 


1 i 


»agS ;S -SaS ;S ^ ;2 .:2 -SS ;2 :::::; --3 :S 


E 


1 
r 

1 


2 

1 


"°"S:2 ::;';* i-;;!; "r":" ::;;;; rr;" 


1 ^ 


"S5S:| ,"SS;S ,::-:« "3SS :S ,:::;= : : :a .3 


1 




■ i ;" i" :■:"•" n 1 : : 1 :;;"■■* i : i ; : : ■•;;•; 


1 - 


i -="2 :S :°"*3 :S " ; " 1° ■:•"■" •• = ••1 ;•;•■: 


i 


a 

1 


, »™«»^o ,::".« :::::: °-"°a.S :;■■!: •■■";" 


J 3S8g,| :SSS:3 :;"S:2 3S|2:2 :::::l =::':* 


i 


1 ■ 


■ !"'°S :S : ;"a ;S ■-'"3:2 ii"-:" ■■;::■ ; i ■" i~ 


3 S|js,| ==gi=g =a=i;i "°»S;s -:';' ; ; r i" 


8 


1 


1 

1 


' mi mi ^s2ii| |ii||S2Hii|-rr 


" III1--I lllll- *-°^-^ pi| ;| SsSa :| ^ :" , ;" 


. Iisrl PHI '''^i mimi-- 


•^ 


s 


~ -""as ,g = i'S =S =""2:2 ""88:3 ;:■: = ; "":":* 


'iSSli =£Siii =-Si-i "SS5:| ,;:-•:' ^.^2^2 

•f If - _~ 


«ss|i| ==sii| ^==ssii =sss;| lu'^' -^^s 


1 


3" 

1 ' 


" iiirl Hill ^""^^1 wii^^^^i"^^'^' 


' mi mi ^-si i|g||iisi:|--.s 


- asss.g isat-.S iiss ;i ills 1 ISSi i -'"" S 


5 


;:;::: i I : : : i ; E i • i : ] : i i i i i : : i i : ;:::!: 

dP till dJ^dPdPaii 
t""'l j j 1 1 



Census of Jaora State 1901, 



139 

TABLK X, 



Joara State. 



Language. 









Population. 








Population 1 


Language 


OB DiALBCT. 








Language ob Dulect. 




1 




Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Femak^l 
1 




1 




2 


3 


4 


1 


2 


3 


•] 


Pashto 


••• 


••• 


38 


19 


• 19 


Urdu 


* 




13,012 


6,683 


6,329 


Punjabi 


••• 


• •• 


12 


9 


8 


Bharatpuri 






348 


219 


m 


Marathi 


••• 


••• 


197 


104 


93 


I3en^ali 






1 


1 


••• t 


Gujarathi 


••• 


• •• 


1,023 


446 


577 


Purbi 






285 


221 


641 


Dhanderi 


• •^ 


• •• 


8 


1 7 


1 


Bagri 






8 


7 


1 : 


Maiwi 


• •• 


••• 


64,647 


27,964 


26,683 


Bhili 


\9m% 




349 


I 29 


320 ; 


Bangdi 


»•• 


• •• 


28 


16 


12 


Dungri 






179 


13 


166 


Idarwari 


••• 


••• 


1,632 


662 


980 


Persian 






1 


1 


••• 


Mewari 


• •« 


• •• 


729 


289 


440 


A rabic 






260 


234 


26 


Mewati 


• •• 


••• 


1,190 


615 


675 


English 






12 


3 


9 


8hekhawati 


• •• 


• •• 


121 


80 


41 


Unspecified 






94 


94 


••• 


Bundelkhandi 


• •• 


• •• 


6 


3 . 31 














Hindi 


• •• 


••• 


9,923 


4,992 


4,931 














Hindustani 


••• 


••• 


99 


85 


14 




Total Population 


••• 


84,202 


42,686 


41,616 



TABLE XI 
Birth-Place, 



Bieth-Plage. 



1 



A. States & Estates in Central India. 



AH Rajpur 

Barwani 

Eihat 

Bhopal 

Eijawar 

DewasS. B. & J.B. 

Dhar 

Gwalior 

Indore 

Jaora 

J liabua 

Nagode 

I^arsingarh 

Karwar 

Piploda 

Baigarh 

Riwa 

Katlam 

Sailana 

8itainau 

Tonk 

Total for A. States and Estates in 
Central India. 

B Districts and States -in India 
l)eyond Central India. 



•*• 
«•■ 
••. 
••. 

•*. 
... 
... 
«•• 

••• 
... 
.». 

• •a 
.•• 

• •• 

• •• 
.«• 

• •* 

• .• 

• *. 
»•• 

• •. 



• •• 

• •• 

• *• 

• •• 

• •• 



... 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •■ 
■ •• 

• *. 

• a. 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 
... 
... 



Alwar 

Banswara 

Bbaratpur 

Bikaner 

Buudi 

Dliolpur 

Dungarpur 

Jaipur 

JaiHHlroer 

Jhalawar 

Jodhpnr 

KarauU 

Kishengarh 



... 

... 

..• 

.«. 

... 

... 

.. • 

••• 

»•• 

... 

... 

••« 

•«. 



«•• 
••• 

••* 
«.• 

.. • 

• a. 



POPULATIOH. 



Persons. 



1 
2 
2 

196 

5 

865 

112 

8,062 

8,782 

58,354 

87 

2 

113 

3 

10 

109 

8 

2,623 

428 

1,398 

125 



76,287 



278 

69 

253 

68 

4 

1 

207 

647 

2 

156 

1,382 

16 

5 



Males. 



Females 



«•• 

1 

1 

112 

••• 

318 

39 

3,144 

1,432 

31,553 

46 

... 

113 

3 

4 



«.. 



6 

1,091 

171 

1,049 

62 



89,145 



102 
24 

119 
48 






I 
281 

2 

15 

666 

9 

2 



1 
1 
1 

84 

5 

547 

73 

4,918 

2,360 

26,801 

41 

2 



6 

109 

2 

1,532 

257 

349 

63 



87,142 



176 
45 
134 
20 
2 
1 
206 
366 
••• 
141 
716 
7 
3 



Birth-Place. 



Kola 
Me war 
Partabgarh 
Rajputana Unspecified 



••■ 



•.. 



•»a 



• •• 



Total, States in Rajpntana ... 



Baroda 

Berar 

Bengal 

Bhawnagar 

Bombay 

Central Provinces 

Haiderabad 

Kashmir 

Pan jab 

N.-W. P. & Oudh 

Goa 

Madras 

British India Unspecified 



• a. 



• .• 



• •* 



«a. 



Total for B, Districts and States in 
India beyond Central India 

C. Contries in Asia beyond Central 
xncLia ... •.. ••« 



Afghanisthan 

Arabia 

Persia 






••• 

0.. 



Total for C. Countries in Asia beyond 
India 



• a. 



D. Countries in Europe 

England and Wales, 
Europe Unspecified ••• 



••• 



... 



Total for D. Countries in Europe ... 



Total Population 



Population. 



Persons. 



33 

1,340 
676 
649 

5,786 

11 

6 

3 

41 

861 

216 

35 

1 

331 

1,081 

3 

10 
1 



7,886 



15 
6 

4 



25 



2 
2 



84,202 



Males. 



16 

•709 

297 

92 

2,885 

7 
5 
3 

••• 

185 

68 

22 

1 

147 

684 

3 

7 

••• 



8,517 



12 
6 
3 



21 



1 
2 



3 



42,686 



Femiles. 



17 
631 
379 
557 

3,401 



41 
176 
148 

13 

•.. 

181 

8»7 



• •a 



3 
1 



4,869 



••• 



••« 



. 



41,616 



NOTE ON THE OENSnS 
OF THE 

RATLAM STATE. 



1. Deicription. — The State of Ratlam lies in tlie Malwa Political Charge. Its territory 
if, liowaver, much cut up by portious of other states. It has ao area of 902 square iiiiies, 
KQ(1 a populaCioQ of 83,773. The whole of the State lies on the Plateau laod, 

[I, Hiitorical.—lhe Ratlam family is descended from the Jodhpur Rathors- The 
Cbiefahip was founded in 1819, when a Sanad was granted to Partab Singh by Sir John 
Malcolm- It is tributary to Qwalior. The present chief succeeded ia 1893. 

III. Adminitlrative. — Ratlam is divided into 3 Tehaih. The town of Hntlam, which 
owing to the opening of the railway has become an important place, has been treated as 
a City. 

IV. Dlatrihution of the People: — 

{1) Atean densiti/. — The mean density of the State is 93 persona per sqnare mile. The 
city has a density of 29,146 per square mile while the rural area shews 54. (2) Town and 
ri//a;7e.— There is only one town in the State that of Ratlam. There are 206 villages. 
The average village popalation is 236 persons. Most of the villages are of "under 500" people. 

V. Religioni—'Ihei State is Qiodn in character 62 per cent, of the population being 
of this religion, and 17 per cent. Animists, while 7 per cent, are Jains, In Ratlam city 14 
percent, of the populution is Jain, this place being the stronghold of the Jain religion ia 
Central India. The community contains 649 of the Digambari sect, 2,065 of the Swetam- 
bari and 2,185 of the Dhundia. 

VI. Age, Sex and Civil Condilion: — ■ 

(1) PropoTlion oj the 5cjr«.— There are 986 women to 1,000 men. In the city 
there are rather fewer females as is only natural. There is a defect of females in all 
parts of the State, but the difference is much less than in former Censuses. The total 
population of the State has lolien but that of the city has risen, (2) Cieil Condition.— 
There is nothing special to nolo in these figures, 

There are 26 wives to 100 husbands iu the State as a whole, in the city 95. Men come 
to the ciiy on business leaving their wives behind which accounts for the lower ratio. The 
Jains shew most wives. 

VII. £(fHcal(on.— There are 6,030 males or 14 per cent, literate in the State and 485 
females or 1 per cent. In the city there are 26 per cent, males and 2 per cent, females literate. 
Meam of education. {I) Ratlam Central College teaching np to University Entrance, where 
English, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi are taught. (2). Three Anglo-Vernacular schools. This 
includes mission schools. English is taught np to 3rd. Standard. (3) Vernacular Schoolt 
Ratlam Boys Orphanage echool, Hindi branch school, two Urdu branch schools. C Hindi 
Girls' schools. All teach elementary subjects only. The Urdu school teaches the Kuroo. 
Thirteen boys' Hindi elementary schools, two for girls, two Urdu religions schools 21 
Hindi and Sanskrit schools, 21 Arabic and Urdu for religious and elementary teaching. 
In all 69 vernacular schools and one college and 3 schools teaching English- 

VIII. Languagei. — The dialects peculiar to Ratlam are Rangri, which two-thirds of 
the population speak, others are Dungri and Malwi. 

IX. Caslet. — The only caste peculiar to Ratlam is Ganchi. 

S. Occvpa/ion. — Occupations which seem peculiar are gum selling, making and sel- 
ling of snuEf, making of pots for p/ii, and manufacture of ploughs and other agricultural 
im[ilcnit'nt3. 



Speciat injbrmation collected at th Census. 
This state added certain special colamns and collected the iofonnation giveti below. 



^1 






Cattli, 






















Ho. of BuHock 
oiirts. 






a-l 


















Plough. 




Pack. 








Welts. 


Tanks. 




1 


2 


S 


4 


s 


e 


7 


8 


8 


10 


11 


18 


5,511 


12,889 




fS 










fiSS 


1,700 


88 








% 




s 


8 


s 


M 
















S 




J 


















1 


e 

s 


s 


1 


1 











^M.—^There are 1,700 weUa for irrigation parpoaea iaclDdiog pucoa wellsi kachtAa wella, Baorit, 
or wella with steps and oria or pits into which wat£i of atreamlets erMiUaa is collected j of these 1700 
SOO aiopueea wella ; 1 1^ square miles are irrigated by wella. 

Area in Sqoara Miln. 
Land ander cnltivatioti ... ••• ••• S02 

Waste land for pasture ... ... ... 839 

Rocky, non-cnitivable land ... ... ... 860 

Citj of Ratlatn ... ... ... ... 1 



Total 



902 gqoan Miles 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE I. 
Density of the Fopnlataon- 





Heik Debsity pes sqdabe mile. 


Variatioii lDCi«a0e(+) 
orDeo«aM(-r 




State i»D Cm. 


IMl. 


1891. 


1881. 


187S. 


IMl 

to 

1901. 


1881 

to 

1891. 


1871 

to 
188L 


Kbmabks. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


^ 


6 


7 


6 


9 


LUm State 
thm City 


928 
991d-6 


98-8 
24861-6 


9C'8 
2S888'3 


- 


«-0 
-f4295 


-1038-7 


-4.0 





Cengos of Batlam State 1901. 



143 



RaUam State. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VL 

Disfribution by Civil Condition of 10,000 of each Sex" for State and City, 















• 

Civil Condition of 10,000 Males. 












State ob 
City. 


At all ages. 


0—10. 


10—15. 


15 40. 


40 and over. 


































• 

OS 


1 

OS 

a 
D 


• 

•o 

O 


• 


.2 

s 

a 


• 

o 


• 

•o 

«s 


• 

0) 

ki 

S 

a 

9 


o 

•W4 




• 

hi 

a 

a 


• 

•o 
o 

o 


• 

Ti 
o 

C 


a 

O 


• 

o 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


Batlam State, 


4,797 


4,299 


904 


214 


9,762 


24 


1,460 


8,377 


163 


6,523 


2,690 


887 


7,169 


677 


8.iM 


Do. City... 


4,996 


4,188 


816 


176 


9,807 


18 


1,340 


8,633 


127 


6,726 


2,647 


627 


7,318 


549 


2,133 



Civil Condition of 10,000 Females. 



Batlam State, 


\ 4,682 


3,005 


2,313 


557 


9,413 


30 


3,924 


6,841 


235 


7,452 


671 


1,877 


3,402 


67 


6^1 


Do. City.. 


4,897 

1 • 


3,053 


2,050 


588 


9,383 


29 


4,374 


5,478 


148 


7,G84 


899 


1,417 


3,955 


80 


5,96£ 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE VII. 
Education by Age, Sex and Natural Divisions. 



^^ 



Stats ob] 
City. 



Literate per 1,000. 



0—10. 



Males. 



Females. 



10—15. 



Males. 



Females. 



15-20. 



Males. 



6 



Females. 



20 & over. 



Males. 



8 



Females. 



All ages. 



Males. 



Female 



10 



11 



Batlam State... 



Do. City ... 



3*4 



7-6 



0-6 



1-2 



13-5 



281 



17-2 



33-3 



20 



3-8 



108-6 



193-9 



•8 



13-6 



142-8 



263-5 



Hi 



20-: 



SUBSIDIARY TAB LB VIII. 
Variation in Caste, Tribe and Race since 1881. 



Caste, Tribb] AMD Racb. 


Persons. 

• 


Percentage of Variation 
Increase (+) or 
DecreaHe( — )1881 
to 1901. 


Net Variation. 

Increase (+) o« 

Decrease (— ). 


1901. 


1881. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Brahman 
liajput 

Autf •.« ... ... ••• aaa 

Balai ..• ... ••• •.. ... 

Bania... 

Chamar ••• ... «•« ,,« 

Gujar ... • - 

Kachcbi 

Kunbi 

leu ••• «.« ,,« ... ... 

ȴ 

Mma ..• ... •„ ... .,, 


12,046 

5,923 

94 

2,145 

4,720 

3,996 

212 

444 

2,987 

1,667 

13,751 

287 


6,604 

7,087 

96 

3,844 

3,739 

1,996 

1,644 

3 

3,247 

1,943 

16,810 

22 


+82 

—16 

—2 

—44 

+26 

+100 

—87 

+14,700 

-8' 

—15 

—18 

+1,204 


+5,442 

—1,164 

—2 

—1,699 

+981 
+2,000 
—1,432 

+441 

—286 

—3,059 

+265 



TABLE IX, 
Sects of Jains returned in Rutlam City with their population. 



Name of Sect. 



I 



Digambari 
Mandir margi 
Sitambari 
Tbanak Panthi 
Unspecified 



••• 
... 
•.• 
••• 



•*• 



..* 



... 



... 



Total 



•*• 



•.. 



••• 



••• 



Total 
2 

649 

819 

2,065 

1,366 

4 

4,903 



Population 
Males. 



344 
366 
947 
623 



•.• 



2,270 



Females. 



305 

463 

1118 

743 

4 

2,638 



Cenaiu of lUtlam State 1901. 



144 






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o 



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a 

O 



9B 
O 

P 

t 



& 



«8 
S 

03 



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a 



s 

o 



to 



4 








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& 






• 

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S 


CO 




o 


iH 




H 





CD 
O 
CO 

01 






O 



ao 






o 

CD 



G4 



CO 



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CO 






00 

00 
01 



Hi 
00 
OO 



00 
04 

C4 



(M 
CO 






9 
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s 



o 
H 



S 

P 
o 

« 

Q 

H 



to 



CO 

<3 



a 

o 
H 



00 



iS 

o 

H 






(O 



s 



to 



s 



to 



OQ 

c 

o 
H 



00 



o 
H 



00 
CD 



00 

«o 



CD 



2 S 



0( 



00 

00 



CO 
00 



04 

CO 



8 

00 



00 
00 



09 

CO 

04 



to 
o 

04 



CD 
GO 



'if* 

CQ 



CO 

CO 
00 



CO 
CO 



00 
00 



04 






o 

CD 






CO 

00 
CD 



CO 
CO 
00 

r CO 



CO 



00 

CO 



8 

OO 



5 



0» 



s 

H 



• 




M 




t^ 


t^ 


00 


fH 


fi4 








• 




r^ 




oc 


CO 


00 


rH 


f-l 




• 




v^ 




O) 




00 




^ • 


»o 




r^ 



C4 

00 



> ^ 



p 



02 



o 

a 

OQ 

a 
o 

ex 
o 

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d 
o 



03 



CD 
O 
01 






«o 



o 



Oi 






00 



01 O? 



01 « 



09 



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ao 

C 

I 






• • 

t2 CO 
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i? 
s 

s 



eS 

a 



c 

es 



ID 

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B 

CB 






• 






04 






r>- 


00 




00 


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• 






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00 


i-i 




iH 




• 






00 






H 






h3 






•4 






1^ 


• 






C» 


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00 


1-M 




•-H 






• 






•-H 






s 


O 




fH 






4 








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as ^■^ OO 

U 



Oi 



S^2 



2S 

sa 

H 



00 



00 Oo> 
OO -^ 00 



00 3 ^ 



CO 



7i 

o 

H 

H 

& 

flu 

o 

PUl 





• 






04 






j^ 






00 


lO 










• 

00 






00 


•* 










• 






•-I 






a» 


CC 




00 






♦H 






• 






^^ 






o 


04 




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«1 

a 

H 

«s 
o 

w 

H 

H 



• 
• 
• 


• 
• 
■ 


• • 

• • 

• • 


• 
• 


lO 

CO 

ao 




9Z9Vf 




^ 
^ 








o 




90Z*St 




CO 









o 

CD 



04 



90 



00^ <N 

oT cT 



CD 
lO 



eu'9f 



lO 



S96*St 



CD 

of 



00 
CO 



HI 



Oi iH CM O 
rH »M ?5 



00 
00 
04 

C4 



Si 



CO »H 

H< r* 

<M 00 



CD 2 

% 7" + r 



no 

0*1 



0) HI ^ 

5; S 2 



00 
CO 



CO 

04 

00 

04 



+ 111 



S 

00 



CO 

CO 

© 



So 



00 



OO 

o 

00 






o 

CD 

CD 
00 



Ol 

<M 

00 

04 






o 



CO 



C4 

H« 

CO 
04 



CO 

CO 
00 



CD 



00 

CO 



CO 



U3 
lO 



s s 









H 



I 






es 



c6 



«« 

C^ 



V Stale, Dislributic 





At all ages. 




l» 










-o 


Ti 




■i 


"£ 


: 




a 


1 


3 
is 


1 


2 


' 


4 


SuteJ 


4,797 


1,299 


) 



1 State 



3,006 
3,063 



Dm. 


Hales. 


1 


2 


un Bute... 
0. City .. 


5-4 

7-' 







rahmoa 




r... 




loUi... 




luia... 




Iluniar 




(Qjar ... ■ 




Uchctl 




lEiinbi 




reli ... 




BhU 




Uina ... 






/3 








E 








■s 




"I 






Dipimb. 




Maodirr 




SiUmba 




Tbaoak 




Uupao! 






146 

TABLE VII. 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 

AH EellglonB' 



- 


PorULATIOS. 


UNHAEtniED. 


Marsibd. 


WlDO«-BD. 




Persons 


Males. 


FemftlPS. 


P„n.. 


MnloB. 


Females. 


Peraona. 


Mateii. 


FemaleB 


Peraona. 


MHlea, 


FeiHiiles. 




2 


3 


4 


5 


e 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 




1,038 


51S 


(20 


1.036 


616 


52it 
















1,588 


746 


842 


1,5H3 


744 


638 


6 


S 


4 










l.'JTl 


774 


897 


],ti61 


771 


»m 




3 


7 










1,836 


814 


1,022 


1,812 


807 


1.011 


18 


7 


11 








... 


I,'J06 


883 


1,023 


1,869 


866 


1,003 


34 


17 


17 


3 




a 


... 


8,037 


3,733 


4,304 


7,966 


3,704 


4,263 


88 


£9 


39 


3 


... 


3 


... 


9,301 


4,595 


4,706 


8,645 


4,426 


4,219 


612 


uy 


463 


44 


20 


24 




9,738 


5,j03 


4^35 


6.982 


4,275 


2,707 




745 


1,919 


192 


83 


109 




7,97a 


4,178 


3,794 


3,204 


2,474 


730 
















8,577 


4,614 


3,963 


1,732 


1,<U7 


SHS 


ii,'.i64 


2,823 


3,14! 










8,u3a 


4,181 


3,851 


830 


eye 


134 


6,0S8 


3,W7 


3,031 






086 




9,349 


4,5a5 


^,824 


617 


450 


67 




3,569 


3.533 


1,730 


506 


1,224 




5,1 OS 


2,763 


3,414 


241 


i»i 




3,744 


2.210 


1,5.^4 




351 






6,611 


3,337 


3,274 


268 




3G 


4,018 


2,.=.66 


1,452 










3,<i06 


1,507 




90 




11 




1,140 


048 


J, 127 


288 


839 




4,157 


1,S72 


2.1B5 


122 


113 


9 


1,965 


1.3a9 


.^,76 






1,600 




1,002 






21 










218 






3:^6 


it 


2,8^6 


1.216 


1,611 




46 


4 






206 


1,870 


469 


1,401 




83,773 


42,169 


41,604 


30,671 


l,8l63 


13,018 


39.650 


S0.I99 


19,450 


13,-ies 


3,817 


9,635 





693 




345 


693 


348 


345 
















1,01 4 


457 


557 


1,011) 


46,'i 


55.^ 


4 


2 


3 










1,0'1 


495 


5i6 


1,017 


41'3 


524 


4 


2 


2 










1,134 


477 


65T 


1,122 


472 


650 


'^ 


6 


7 








... 


1,157 


620 


628 


1,126 


51« 


61 




13 


16 


3 




3 




6,019 


S,306 


2,713 


4,968 


2,248 


2,684 


48 


22 


28 


3 




3 




6,53a 


2,737 


2,798 


4,099 


2,623 


2,376 


£09 


102 


4't7 


27 


12 


16 




G,nlO 


3,151 


2,85U 


.3,924 


2,522 


1,4' 2 


1,!I54 


565 


1,389 


132 


64 


138 




4,942 


2,ti6S 


2,280 


1,744 


1,400 


344 


2,H20 


1,149 


1,771 


278 


113 


165 




6,078 


2,999 


2,079 


sap 


817 


15;; 


3,553 


1,952 


1,601 


556 


230 


326 




4,9(il 


2,614. 


2,316 


44,1 


373 


68 


3,H30 


1,973 


1,837 


690 


563 


423 




6:o77 


2,m 


3^00 


3S1 


2B5 


36 


4,643 


2,265 


2,388 


1.113 


328 


785 




3,394 


1,812 


],W 


136 


107 


29 


2,481 


1,467 


1,014 


777 


238 


539 




4,a;B 




i079 


iSd 


168 


18 


2,516 


l,6l>9 


907 


1,527 


373 


1,154 




l,K88 


805 


9'J3 


61 


68 


6 


l,U67 


628 


439 


757 


2f9 


648 




a,6'.ii 




1,419 


88 


85 






667 


.187 


1,879 


330 


1,049 




r,H9 


295 


.3^4 


l.T 


13 






18y 


164 


321 


93 


228 


cr 


1,773 


754 


1,021 


33 


31 




56^ 


420 


13u 


1,180 


2lfJ 


883 




52,288 


Se,616 


25,773 


17,888 


10,768 


7,122 


26,680 


13,194 


12,463 


8,740 


2,660 


6,186 





120 


55 


es 


120 


65 


65 
















134 


74 


60 


134 


74 


60 
















138 


66 


82 


137 


56 


81 


1 




1 










105 


47 


58 


104 


47 


67 


I 




1 










128 


45 


83 


1E7 


45 


82 


I 




1 




... 






626 


377 


348 


622 


277 


346 


3 


... 


3 




... 










297 




267 


289 


!8 


19 


6 


3 


1 


2 












206 


167 


164 


38 




16 


3 
















40 


362 


99 


253 


20 








703 




379 






27 


604 


186 


31!! 


44 




33 




603 




21:9 






20 


448 


223 


225 


61 


















8 


4f5 


242 




106 




80 




39i 




168 






13 


266 


153 


113 


80 








520 










2 


3L'8 


180 


123 


175 








284 










2 


177 


11-0 












431 




228 








207 


135 




211 






















41 










'at 


302 


159 


143 


10 


10 


... 


99 


78 










... 


6,462 


3,164 


3,288 


2.286 


1,382 


903 


3,096 


1,486 


1,810 


1,071 


296 


775 



CeiiEUB of Batlam State 1S01. 
■aoijtpuloj 



145 






S 



■iaqranjj 



noijBiodoj 






fc s.sss 



s ^9 

I 8 la 





P 


3 

■1 


•Bo;cu.ad 


S 


N 


«lll 




■wpH S 




mi- 




■aaoajaj g 


1 


"^5" 




1 




■«aiwu3^ S 


" 


" ! • : 




■«3FW S 


; : ! ; : 




-Enoajaj g 


-■ 


- 1 • • 




■J 
6 


■i.-i|Trai^,^ S 




S : ; : 




■sapiH 1 S 


3 


9 ■- • 




-Bnosjiij 


" 


s 


S"r : 




1 
1 


■B3[tm3J 




r> 






■mm S 




pli 




■BQOSJSJ g 


3 
3 


|sti 




1 


1 


'B8]CinaJ S 




3 1 i = 




■wpiW 


2 


S 


S :- I 




-Buoewj 


S 


" 


5 :-' • 




1 


.3 

1 


'saitiiiisj 


S 


: • ; • ; 




■B3L«W 1 2 


: • M • 


> 


■gaosjaj ;^ 






^ 


■BOiBumj 


1 

2 


s 


pSs 




■BopH 


5 


OS— o 

S«SB 


■8UOBJ9J ;:; 




5 S-" 






^B^luinaj 1 2 


n OS : ; : 




-sniBre 1 " 


n 


" ! : ■ 




-saosJ^a I » 


" " ■ : : 




3 


■BOininaj 


- 


o 


ISIi 




■BspiH 


. 


S 

5 


Pll 




■suoaJaj 


« 


s 


rli 




2 

s 




■sapniaj 


fli 


1 

5 


p-ll 




■BaiBB 


. 


1 


l-l-l 




■aaufija,! 


=. 


1 


slii 








g 

3 


- 


i 
1 


Jii 



•OB of Batlam State 1001. 



aUam State 



146 

TABLK VII. 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 

All Religious- 





PoPDLATlON 






UNMAnillE 


D. 


Married, 




Widowed, 
































PerHOBB 


Malea. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Femalea. 


Persona. 


M.,... 


Females. 


p.™.„.. 


Malea. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


0-1 


1,038 


51G 


520 


1.036 


516 


5211 














1—2 


1,588 


7415 


84a 


1,683 


744 


838 


6 


S 


4 






... 






77i 


897 


I,ri61 








3 


7 








3-4 




814 


i,oa2 


1,812 


807 


1,011 


18 


7 


11 








4-5 


I,'J06 


aaa 


l,02:i 


1,869 


866 


1,003 




17 


17 


3 




a 


Total 0-6 


8,037 


3,733 


4,804 


7,966 


3,704 


4,262 


es 


29 


39 


3 




3 


l-IO 


9.301 


4,595 


4,T0B 


8,645 


4,426 


4,1119 


612 


14'J 


463 


44 


20 


24 


10—15 


9,738 


5,j03 


4,1135 


6,982 




2,707 






1.819 


192 


83 


lO'J 


16—20 


7,&7S 


4,178 


3,-94 


3,Z04 










2,791 


445 


172 


273 


20—25 


S,577 


4,6 U 


3,963 


1,732 










3,141 


891 


341 


637 




8,032 


4,1 SI 


3,851 


S30 


6^6 








3.031 


1,118 


428 


086 


30—35 


D,34U 


J, 5-23 


4,824 


517 


450 


07 


7.102 


3,ft«'J 


3,S33 


1,730 


506 


I,-22i 




5.106 


2,75a 


2,414 


341 








2,aiO 


1.534 


1,178 


351 


827 


40-45 


6,611 


3,337 


3,U74 


268 


233 


35 


4,ni8 


2,.'ifi6 


l,45ii 


2325 


538 


],787 


45-60 






1,499 


90 


79 


11 


1.788 


1,140 








839 


50—55 


4,157 


1&72 


2,185 


122 


113 


9 


1,)'65 


1,389 


S76 


2,070 


470 


1,6U0 


55-60 




457 


645 


21 


19 


2 


6G8 


290 


S18 






3l'5 


60 and over 


2,&i6 


1,216 


l.dii 


50 


46 


4 


'J03 


700 


206 


1,870 


469 


1,401 


Total 


83,773 


42,169 


41,604 


30,671 


1.8163 


12,618 


30,650 


20,109 


19,455 


13,408 


3,817 


9,635 



0-1 , 


693 


348 


34S 


693 


348 


345 














1— a 


1,014 


457 


557 


1,010 


455 


6Sn 


4 


2 


3 








2—3 


1,0 J 1 


495 


536 


J,017 


4H3 


524 


4 


2 


2 










l,13t 


477 


657 


1,122 


472 


650 


13, 


5 


7 








4—5 


J, 167 


529 


628 


1,126 


516 


610 




13 


16 


3 




3 


Total 0-6 


6,019 


3,306 


2,713 


4,968 


S,248 


2,684 


48 


22 


26 


3 




3 


6—10 


5,63S 


2,737 


S.798 


4,999 


2,623 


2,376 


509 


102 


■II i7 


27 


12 


15 


10-16 


e,nio 


3,151 


2,86St 


3,921. 


2,622 


1,4' '2 


l,;i64 


565 


1,389 


132 


64 


68 


15—20 


4,942 




2,280 


1,744 


1,400 


344 


2,920 


1,149 


1,771 


278 


113 


165 


20-25 


5,078 


2,999 


2,079 


969 


817 


15;; 






1,001 


550 


230 


326 


25-30 


4,yoi 


2,014 


2.346 


411 


373 


68 


3,830 


1.973 


1,837 


690 


£68 


423 


30—36 


6,077 


2.ei-s 


3,209 


321 


2BS 




4,643 






1,113 


328 


785 


36-40 


3,394 


i,8ia 


h^S2 




107 


29 


2,481 


1.467 


1,014 


777 


238 


539 


40-46 


4,-2i9 


2,360 


2,079 


18u 


168 


IS 


2,616 


1,609 


907 


1.B27 


373 


1,154 


45— .W 


1,888 


806 


993 


64 


58 










757 






00-56 


2,Byl 


1,273 


1,419 


88 


85 


3 


1,224 


Bb7 


:ia7 


1.879 


330 


1,049 


65—60 


(;r;) 






15 


13 


2 


35a 


189 


1C4 


321 


93 


228 


bO and over 


1,775 


764 


1,021 


33 


31 


a 


6iia 


4^6 


13» 


1,180 


2V-, 


883 


Total 


62,288 


26,616 


26.773 


17,888 


10,766 


7,122 


26,660 


13,194 


12,463 


8,740 


2,666 


6,186 



0—1 






65 


120 


56 


66 














1—2 






60 




74 
















2—3 




56 






50 
















8-4 






58 


104 


47 




1 












4—6 


128 


45 


83 


127 


45 




1 








... 




Total 6-0 


626 


277 


348 


622 


277 


346 


3 


... 


3 




... 


... 


5-10 


677 


280 


297 


556 


267 


289 


18 


13 


g 


3 


1 


2 


10—16 


632 


336 


296 


462 


2fl6 


157 


164 


38 




16 


3 




15—20 


601 


293 


308 


229 


189 


40 


352 


99 


S53 


20 






20—25 


703 


324 


379 


155 


128 


27 


604 


185 


319 


44 






25—30 


603 


304 


299 


91 


71 


20 


448 


223 


225 


64 






30-36 


636 


316 


321 


55 


47 


8 


475 


242 


23.^ 


106 




80 


35—40 


Ziti 


204 


188 


46 


33 


13 


26G 


16:i 


113 


80 






40-45 


520 


255 


266 


37 


36 


2 


3L'8 


180 


128 


175 


40 




46—55 


284 


142 


142 


14 


12 


2 


177 


I'O 


77 








60—55 


431 


303 


228 


13 


13 




207 


135 


72 








65-60 


146 


72 


74 


5 


6 




76 


41 


34 








60 and over 


302 


169 


143 


10 


10 


... 


99 


78 


21 


193 






Total 


6,463 


3,164 


3,883 


2,286 


1,388 


B03 


3,096 


1,486 


1,610 


1,071 


296 


77S 



CeDBua of Satlam State 190L 



147 



Ratlam Stale, 



TABLE Vll. 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 

Uosalman. 





POPCLATIOB. 




JUKiRRIED. 




MAE.IED 






WinowiD 
































PeraODB. 


Maiea. 


Females 


PersODB 
6 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females 


Persons. 


Males. 


Femd« 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


13 


13 




146 


63 


63 


146 


63 


83 
















285 


112 


143 


283 


143 


Ul 


2 














265 


124 


141 


2C3 


123 


140 


2 


1 


1 








3—4 


223 


108 


115 


221 


108 








a 










246 


125 


121 


243 


m 


121 


3 


3 








... 


Total 0-a 


1,160 


662 


603 


1,166 


668 


608 


8 


4 


6 




... 


... 


5-10 


1,124 


6S7 


567 


1,086 


563 


633 


35 


13 


22 


3 


1 




1&_16 


1,282 


667 


615 


1,043 


596 


447 


226 


65 


161 


13 


6 




16-80 


923 


444 


479 


424 


331 


93 


470 


107 


363 


29 


6 


83 


30-26 


i.iaa 


603 


621 


215 


184 


31 


832 


S95 


557 


66 


S3 








520 


4d3 


118 


103 


15 




38 [ 


385 




3d 




30-36 


1,038 


603 


636 


60 


49 


11 


837 


412 


416 


151 


42 


109 


36-40 


679 


321 


263 


35 


29 


6 


443 




184 








40-45 


825 




415 


27 


17 


10 


673 


348 


22S 








45-60 


502 


304 


198 


5 


4 




339 


282 


67 








60-65 


679 


290 


28'J 


10 


7 




338 


237 


93 


237 






65-60 


88 


48 


40 








46 


35 


10 


43 






60 and over 


tn 


2G8 


281 


9 






173 


138 


Sb 


816 


68 


»S 


Total ... 


10.603 


6,346 


6,347 


4,182 


3,433 


1,74» 


6,090 


2,673 


S,6U 


1,421 


337 


1,084 



0-1 


65 


40 


25 


66 


40 


25 














1-2 


149 


67 


82 


149 


67 


82 














»-3 


243 


98 


146 


210 


98 


142 


3 




3 








3-4 


367 


J76 


192 


3S4 


178 


191 


3 


2 


1 








4-6 


367 




186 


366 


160 


186 


3 


I 


1 


... 




... 


Total 0-6 


1,191 


661 


630 


M88 


668 


flS8 


8 


3 


B 


... 


... 


... 


6-10 


2,011 


996 


1,013 


1,951 


968 


983 


49 


23 










10-15 


1,730 


B35 


796 


1,491 


849 


fll2 


208 


76 










15-20 


1,473 


761 


712 


781 


637 




676 


176 


3»9 








20—26 


1.617 


762 


855 


385 


313 


72 


1,008 


370 




224 








1,515 




766 


178 


143 


30 


1,072 


493 


679 








80-35 


1,579 




763 


78 




12 


1,141 


650 


491 


360 






,35—40 






379 


25 




6 


53a 


322 


217 








40—46 






610 


17 




5 


609 


420 


189 














165 




4 


2 


196 


121 


76 


119 


36 




60—56 


448 


200 


248 


11 


8 


3 


194 


153 


41 


243 


39 




56-6) 


71 


34 


37 


1 


1 




28 


18 


10 


42 


16 




60 and ovor 


249 


86 


163 


4 


3 


1 


69 


55 


14 


178 


38 


148 


Total 


14,002 


6,974 


7,028 


6,106 


3,482 


2.634 


6,699 


2,879 


2,817 


2,200 


613 


1,687 



0—1 


12 


10 


2 


12 


10 


2 


















6 




6 


6 
















2—3 


4 


1 


3 


4 


1 


















7 


7 




7 


7 
















i—f, 


8 


3 


5 


8 


3 


5 


... 




... 


... 




... 


Total 6-5 


37 


27 


10 


37 


27 


10 




... 




... 


... 




5-10 


54 


15 


39 


53 


15 


38 


1 




1 








10—15 


8i 


14 


70 


72 


13 


59 


12 


""l 


11 








15-20 


33 


18 


15 


26 


17 


9 


G 


1 


G 


1 






21)— 25 


10 


8 


IJ 


8 


5 


3 


10 


2 


8 


I 






25—30 


17 


13 


4 




6 


1 


9 


6 


3 


1 


1 




3(t— 35 


lit 


13 


G 


3 






16 


10 


G 








.15—40 


22 


16 


7 


2 


2 




15 


9 


6 


5 






40-45 


yj 


14 





1 


1 




12 


9 


3 


6 






45—50 


10 


10 




1 


1 




9 












.W-t5 


H 


7 










8 












55-GO 




8 










7 


7 










60 and ovtr 


8 


8 


... 


... 


... 


... 


3 


3 




5 


6 




Total 


338 


170 


168 


210 


60 


120 


108 


64 


44 


80 


18 


4 



DSUS of Ratiam State 1901. 



atlam City 



14S 
TABLE VII. 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition. 
AU SeiigioDs. 





Population. 


Unmakried 




Marhied. 




Widowed. 


Age. 


















Peraong. 


Males. 


FemBles. PerBOnB. 


Males. FemaleB. 


PerBODB. 


Malea. Females. 


'ersons. 


Males. 


females 


1 


2 


3 


4 


= 1 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


IS 


13 


0—1 


537 


255 


282 


537 


265 


282 














1—3 


646 


383 


462 


840 


382 


458 


5 


1 


4 


... 






2-3 


881 


351 


470 


817 


350 


467 


4 


1 


3 








3—1 


752 


305 


447 


742 


301 


441 


10 


4 


6 








4-5 


792 


329 


463 


768 


316 


452 


E3 


13 


10 


1 


... 


1 


Total 0-6 


3,747 


1,623 


2,124 


3,704 


1,604 


2,100 


42 


ID 


S3 


1 


... 


1 


5-10 


3.315 


1,742 


1,573 


3,0GG 


1,697 


1,369 


233 


39 


194 


16 


6 


K 


10—16 


4,070 


2,053 


2,017 


2,858 


1,761 




J, 168 


276 


882 


66 




i6— 20 


3,262 


1,625 


1,637 


i:386 




356 


1,816 


615 


1,201 






20-26 


2.^45 


1,732 


1,113 


719 




153 


1.901 


1,087 


SU 


225 






35-30 


3,301 


1.714 


1,587 


384 


2fi7 


87 


2,686 


1.301 


1,285 


331 


lie 




30-35 


4.111 


1,842 




226 




38 


3,347 


1,493 


1,854 


538 


161 




35-40 


1,965 


1,0S8 


877 


136 


97 


39 


1,481 


885 


B96 


348 


106 




40-45 


2,S90 


1,471 


1,419 


116 


97 


18 


1,876 


1,150 


725 








45-50 


1.380 


73'J 


C41 


98 


32 


6 




605 


310 


427 


102 


32 


60—56 


2,070 


),U57 


1,013 


66 


63 


4 


1,113 


7B9 


354 




236 


65 




48J 


254 


22S 


13 


11 


3 




167 


120 


183 






60 and over ... 


1,538 


741 


797 


36 




3 


660 


438 


113 


B53 


271 


6? 


Total ... 


34,976 


17,681 


ir,29S 


12,684 


7,404 


6,280 


17,304 


8,834 


8,470 


4,988 


1,443 


3,64 



0—1 


301 


161 


,r.„ 


301 


151 


160 














1-3 


504 


210 


2'J4 


501 


109 


292 


3 


1 


3 








8-3 


498 


213 






213 


284 


1 




1 










485 


184 


30! 


478 


1 80 






4 










4—6 


488 


191 


307 


4C7 


181 


286 


20 


10 


10 


1 






Total. 0-5 


a,s7e 


849 


1,327 


2,844 


934 


1,310 


31 


16 


16 


1 






6-10 


1,W7 


1,071 


B46 


1,716 


1,045 


671 


IPO 


22 


1G8 


11 


4 




10-15 


2,462 


l.SI^S 


1,187 


l,fi91 


],0C0 


631 


827 


186 


641 


34 


19 




15-20 






916 






199 


1,111 




673 


77 


33 




2(1-25 




1,050 


262 




288 


90 


808 


712 


96 


126 


60 




25-30 




1,034 


946 


19S 


166 


43 




804 


786 


198 


75 




30—35 


1,754 


1,200 


1,554 


137 


119 


18 








S25 


110 




35—40 


M94 


981 


513 


70 


50 


20 








211 


73 






1,806 


94G 


859 


79 


C9 


10 






434 


667 


152 




45-60 


705 


355 


360 


23 


SO 


3 


465 


266 




£37 






50—55 


1,270 


660 


610 


48 


47 


1 


664 


456 


208 


568 


157 




55-6ff 








9 




2 


176 




78 




47 




60 apa nvpr. ... 


883 


438 


445 


26 


23 


2 


317 


257 


GO 


541 


158 




Total 


2,0767 


10,808 


0,fi49 


7,263 


4,363 


2,900 


10,633 


6,608 


6,026 


2,871 


847 


2,02 



0-1 


96 


40 




9Q 


40 


66 


^ 














106 


66 


60 


106 


56 


60 














3-3 


108 


40 


68 


107 


40 


67 


1 




1 








3-4 


84 


36 


48 


83 


36 


47 


1 




1 








+-6 


104 


37 


67 


104 


37 


67 












... 


Total 0-6 


408 


209 


280 


406 


SCO 


887 


2 




2 




... 




5—10 


439 


807 


233 


423 


199 


S24 


13 


7 


6 


3 


1 




10-15 


481 


333 


249 


339 


20;j 


127 


1J7 


28 


109 


15 


2 


T; 


15-20 


446 


207 


238 


170 


134 


S6 


264 


72 


198 


1] 


1 


]i 


20-26 














3S0 






36 


10 


21 


25-30 














341 






48 


7 


4: 


30—35 


482 




273 






7 


870 




198 


8i 


15 


6: 


35—40 


282 




146 


27 


14 


13 


196 








12 


c 




396 


188 


208 




U 


1 










34 


101 


46—60 


813 


94 


119 






2 


137 


67 


70 


69 


22 


4.; 


60—66 


335 


161 


174 








172 


109 


63 


166 


46 


HI 


65—60 


117 


5R 


69 








67 


34 




46 


So 


26 


60 and over ... 


237 


131 


106 








84 


66 








S? 


Total ... 


4,903 


]},270 


2,633 


1,690 


060 


740 


8,408 


1,094 


1,316 


804 


286 


678 



Csnstifl of Batlam State 1901. 



Batlam City. 



149 

TABLE VII. 

Age, Sex, and Civil Condition. 
Musalxuftii. 



•■ 







Population. 


Ukmarrid, 


t 




Married 


• 




Widowed 


• 


Age. 






























Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 


Males. 


Femalei 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


0-1 


••■ 


125 


53 


72 


125 


53 


72 


••• 


••• 


••• 






•*. 


1-2 


••• 


224 


108 


116 


222 


108 


114 


2 


••• 


2 






... 


2-3 


• a. 


205 


95 


110 


203 


94 


109 


2 


1 


1 






• . 


3-4 


• •• 


. 169 


77 


92 


167 


77 


90 


2 


••• 


2 






■•. 


4-5 


• •• 


185 


95 


90 


182 


92 


90 


3 


3 


• •• 






••. 


Total 0-6 


• •• 


908 


428 


480 


899 


424 


475 


9 


4 


6 


• •• 


• •• 


••• 


6-10 


• •• 


849 


420 


429 


819 


410 


409 


28 


9 


19 


2 


1 


1 


10-15 


• •• 


952 


474 


478 


783 


426 


357 


162 


43 


119 


7 


5 


3 


15-20 


• •• 


718 


326 


392 


331 


249 


82 


366 


72 


294 


21 


6 


16 


20-25 


• •• 


861 


383 


478 


166 


145 


21 


657 


223 


434 


38 


16 


23 


25-30 


• •• 


727 


387 


340 


83 


72 


11 
11 


569 


287 


282 


76 


28 


47 


30-35 


• •• 


746 


346 


400 


44 


33 


693 


283 


310 


109 


30 


79 


35-40 


• •• 


417 


222 


195 


30 


24 


6 


326 


184 


142 


61 


14 


47 


40-45 


• •• 


617 


293 


324 


18 


12 


6 


426 


249 


176 


174 


32 


143 


45-50 


• •• 


423 


260 


163 


5 


4 


1 


291 


246 


46 


127 


10 


117 


50-55 


• •• 


436 


218 


218 


8 


6 


2 


259 


179 


80 


169 


33 


136 


55-60 


• •• 


68 


33 


35 


•*• 


••• 


••• 


34 


26 


9 


34 


8 


26 


60 and over 


• •• 


400 


160 


240 


1 


••« 


1 


143 


112 


31 


256 


48 


208 


Total 


• •• 


8,122 


3,960 


4,172 


3,187 


1,805 


1,882 


3,862 


1,016 


1,946 


1,073 


229 


844 



Animist. 



0—1 
1—2 
2-3 
3-4 
4-5 

Total —5 . 

6—10 
10—15 
16—20 
20-25 
25—30 
30—85 
35—40 
40—45 
45—60 
60—66 
56—60 
60 and over 

Total 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



•.• 
••• 

••• 
•■• 
••• 
•i« 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



3 
5 

6 

7 
7 

28 



1 
3 
2 
1 
3 

10 



66 


29 


101 


68 


143 


67 


123 


60 


129 


74 


110 


73 


58 


36 


51 


28 


29 


20 


23 


13 


3 


3 


10 


4 


868 


486 



2 
2 

4 
6 
4 

18 

27 
33 

76 
63 
65 
37 
16 
23 
9 
10 



373 



3 


1 


6 


3 


6 


2 


7 


1 


7 


3 


28 


10 


55 


28 


81 


50 


64 


34 


53 


38 


37 


24 


12 


10 


7 


7 


2 


1 


2 


2 


3 


2 


• ■• 


••• 


•■• 


••■ 


344- 


206 



2 
2 

4 
6 

4 

18 

27 
31 
30 
16 
13 

2 
•• 

1 
•■ 

1 



138 



••• 
••• 
••• 



1 
20 
69 
46 
77 
76 
32 
31 
23 
12 
3 
3 

393 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 



1 

18 
32 
19 
45 
67 
25 
25 
17 
10 
3 
1 

263 



others. -{ Parsi. 

Christian. 



^ 



0—1 
1—2 
2—3 
3—4 

4— c; 
Total 0—5 

6—10 
10-16 
16—20 
20—25 
26—30 
30-36 
36—40 
40—45 
45—60 
50—56 
56—60 
60 and over 

Total 



••• 

••• 
».♦ 

••• 
••• 



12 
6 

4 
7 
8 

37 

64 

84 



... 


06 


• .• 


19 


• •• 


17 


• •• 


19 


• •• 


20 


• •• 


19 


• •• 


10 


• •• 


8 


••• 


8 


• •• 


8 


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Ratlam State. 



152 
TABLE X. 

Language. 



Languaqe or Dialect. 



to 
ibi 
thi 
raihi 

71 

;di 

7adi 

adi 

ati 

hawati 

lelkhandi... 

li 

lastani 

1 

bhasha 

i 

1 



)ecified 



•• • 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
• • • 
•• • 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
• •• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
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••• 
•• • 
••• 
•• • 



■ • • 
••• 

• •• 

• • • 



Ratlam State. 



Persons. 



Males. 



Females. 



4 



Ratlam Citt. 



Males. 



Females. 



• • • 
••• 
••■ 
•« • 



• . . 
••• 
••• 

••• 



ireae 



Total A Indian Langua^s 



lan 

lie 

ish 



••■ 



••I 



Total Pepnlation 



7 

76 

366 

1,797 

6,612 

51,663 

463 

82 

2 

6 

8 

8,072 

24 

2,814 

5 

381 

601 

8,220 

1,625 

15 

21 

3 

83,763 

1 
4 
5 

83,773 



5 

76 

133 

945 

2,901 

26,162 

226 

33 

2 

6 

8 

6,064 

11 

1,356 

5 

180 

469 

3,963 

584 

6 

21 

3 

42,159 

1 
4 
5 

42,169 



2 

••• 

233 

852 

3,711 

25,501 

237 

49 



••• 



3,908 

13 

1,458 

••• 

201 

132 

4,257 

1,041 

9 



41,604 



41,604 



• •• 


••• 


5 


••• 


115 


230 


862 


793 


1,626 


2,361 


10,103 


9,692 


91 


141 


26 


24 


1 


••• 


6 


••• 


8 


••• 


3.637 


2,671 


11 


13 


796 


1,045 


3 


•*• 


121 


124 


3 


• .• 


234 


201 


5 


•*• 



21 
3 

17,677 

1 
1 
2 

17,681 



17,296 



17,295 



TABLE XI. 

Birth-Pkce. 



Birth-Place. 



Population. 



Total. 



1 Males 



Females. 



Bibth-Placb. 



Population. 



Total. 



Males. 



Femalef. 



States and Estates in C. I. 



Rajpur 

it ••• 

pal 

war 

Bitarpur 

'as S. B. and J. B. 

r 

dior 

)re 

*a ••• 

bua 

bideh 

hwad 

ode 

singarh 

na 

^h 

lam ••• 

aoa •.• 

man ••• 

K ••• 

i-Fatohpur 



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aaa 
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aaa 
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... 

• *• 

a*. 



• a. 



aaa 
a.. 



;al for A States & Estates in 
Oentral India 

Provinces and States in India 
l)eyond Central India. 



'ar 

swara 

ratpur 

&Der 

idi 

)lpur 

igarpur 

yoT 

ialmer 

lawar 

bpur 

aiili 



... 

a.. 
a«. 
a.. 
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• •• 



a. . 
a., 
aa. 
a*, 
aaa 
aaa 

• *• 

• aa 

• a* 

• a* 

• •• 

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26 

22 

HI 

7 

14 

223 

988 

5,893 

1,492 

2,684 



91 
1 

11 

92 

430 

2,889 

625 

1,434 



365 


219 


4 


4 


2 


2 


1 


1 


76 


14 


12 


7 


5 


3 


60,833 


31,163 


3,037 


1,433 


272 


110 


14 


9 


1 


1 


76,082 


88,540 


61 


41 


563 


249 


107 


25 


11 


•.. 


6 


6 


2 


2 


46 


32 


366 


186 


12 


9 


31 


20 


485 


373 


82 


13 




1 



25 

22 

20 

6 

3 

131 

558 

3,004 

867 

1,250 

146 



a. a 

• aa 

• a. 



62 

5 

2 

29,C70 

1,604 

162 

5 



• A* 



87,542 



20 

304 

82 

11 

6 

• a. 

14 

169 

3 

11 

112 

9 



Eishengarh 

Eota a.. a. a 

Eusalgarh 

Mewar 

Partabgarh 

Rajputana aaa ••• 

Rajputana Total 

Baroda 

Bengal ••• a.. 

Bhavanagar 

Bombay Presidency 

Central Provinces 

Haiderabad (Deccan) 

Panjab 

N.-W. P. and Oudh 

Madras 

British India (Uospecified) a.. 



... 


15 


5 


1 

a. a 


33 


4 


• a* 


482 


94 


a.. 


592 


246 


a*. 


385 


241 


• a* 


1,491 


1,416 


• aa 


4,584 


2,962 



a .. 
a.. 

• *. 

• .a 
a*. 

• aa 

• aa 

• •• 

• •• 

• •a 



Total for B. 
C. Countries in Asia l)eyond India. 



Afghanistan 
Arabia 



• .a 



Total for C. 



Da Ck)nntries in Europe. 



England and Wales 
Unspecified 



a. a 
... 



a.. 
• •* 



Total for D. 



America 



••• 



TOTAL POPULATION 



••• 



••• 



22 


12 


3 


2 


27 


• •• 


2,023 


247 


106 


35 


33 


21 


140 


113 


705 


207 


12 


2 


14 


14 



7,669 



12 
2 

14 



6 
1 



88,773 



8,615 



4 
2 



10 

29 

288 

346 

144 

75 

1,622 

10 
1 

27 
1,776 
71 
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Ratlam State. 



TABLE VII. 

Age, Sex and Civil Condition* 

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Agb. 


Population. 


Unmarried. 


Married. 


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Persons. 


Males. 


Females. 


Persons. 
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153 


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152 
TABLE X. 

Language. 



Language or Dialect. 



Hatlam State. 



Persons. 



Males. 



Females. 



Ratlah Citt. 



Males. 



Females. 



6 



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Total A Indian Langna^res 



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7 

76 

366 

1,797 

6,612 

51,663 

463 

82 

2 

6 

8 

8,972 

24 

2,814 

5 

381 

601 

8,220 

1,625 

15 

21 

3 

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1 

4 
5 

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76 

133 

945 

2,901 

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226 

33 

2 

6 

8 

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11 

1,356 

5 

180 

469 

3,963 

584 

6 

21 

3 

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1 
4 
5 

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3,711 

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237 

49 



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13 

1,458 

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201 

132 

4,257 

1,041 

9 



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115 

862 

1,626 

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91 

26 

1 

6 

8 

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11 

796 

3 

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234 

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3 

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230 

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2,361 

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141 

24 



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1,045 
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201 



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17,296 



17,296 



TABLE XL 
Birth-Place. 



Birth-Place. 



Population. 



Total. 



Males 



Females 



Birth-Place. 



Population. 



Total. 



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Femalei. 



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Provinces and States in India 
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111 

7 

14 

223 

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1,492 

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365 

4 

2 

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430 

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867 

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Kusalgarh 

Mewar 

Partabgarh •.. 

Rajputana ••• ..# 

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Bengal ... 

Bhavanagar 

Bombay Presidency 

Central Provinces 

Haiderabad (Deccan) 

Panjab 

N.-W. P. and Oudh 

Madras 

British India (Uospecified) .. 



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1 


16 

38,782 

e067 

925 

8,158 

8,636 

14,1197 

63,803 

11,381 
15,5U7 
5,178 
21677 

96,895 

9,264 
6,340 

10,034 
14,545 

16,479 
6,882 
9,548 

10,173 
5,373 

156,916 

36,776 
37,160 
26,380 
18,458 
38,143 

16,942 

3,160 
3,172 
2,776 
586 
6,249 


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39,464 

6,119 

948 
8,086 
8,634 
15,667 

64,013 

9,651 
16,898 
4,979 

.91,389 

2,7DG 
9,631 
6,194 

5,857 
10,829 

9,381 
. 15,971 

C,630 

9,628 
10,207 

6,iJ05 

158.613 

38,229 
89,621 

19,816 
32,743 

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3,434 
3,348 

8,928 

655 

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1 






1 


39,454 

948 
8,086 
8,634 
16,607 

66,687 

12,330 
16,898 
4,979 
22,490 

97,091 

2,706 
9,631 
6,194 
5,837 
10,829 
16,083 
15,971 
5,830 
9,638 
10,267 
6,006 

166,718 

38,229 

39,621 
28,205 
19,816 
39.848 

17,630 

3,434 
3,348 

2,918 

655 

7,265 


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1 
1 
1 


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1 


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12,186 
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17,269 
30,664 

106,280 

18,491 
32,468 
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41,167 

181,640 

5,436 

18,895 
13,534 
11,476 
20,863 
18,282 
32,450 
11,713 
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20,440 
10,378 

307,684 

75,005 
76,781 
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38,273 
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1,873 
16,244 
17,269 
30,664 

110,600 

23,711 
32,405 
10,157 
44,167 

192,986 

5,435 
18,895 
12,534 

11,475 

29,628 
32,450 
11,712 
19,176 
20,440 
10,378 

321,834 

76.005 
76,781 
53,686 
38,273 
77,990 

33,472 

6,594 
6,620 
5,703 
1,141 
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16,929 

2,541 
404 
3,630 
3,804 
6,490 

23,640 

4,224 

6,746 
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10,391 

37,968 

1,175 

3,952 
2,716 
2,305 
4,283 
4,102 
6,922 
2,272 
3,981 
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2,225 

62,958 

13,193 
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8,201 
6,996 

11,127 

6,660 

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240 

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a 



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o 


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CO 


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8 

00 



a 

P 



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o 



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HI 


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09 


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p 
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a 
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09 


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do 



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176' 



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I 



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1 
1 

1 
1 


b. 


1 ° 
1 = 


1 1 1 1 1 B s 1 2- 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


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i 

3 


i - 


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||||||3|ilS!millll 


1 ' 


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lili 


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1 


IlllilUa 7 i|||3 s l + i 1 


ii 


o « 

s 


++++++ ' 


g 
a 


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3 S 3- 3 1 T 1 3 1 7 7 1 + 1 s- 1 T 7 :|: s 


1 

s 


S - 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 II .1 1 1 


i ' 


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1 




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I 5 



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2 


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E 


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1 


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S" 3" 3' rf 






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S 






1 


3 


= 1 s s 
S »■ S 5 




1 


S 


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1 


2 


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= 


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1 




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181 






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s 


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1 


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. 


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1 


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= 


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■6O0BJ3£ 




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5 


i 


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2 


= ^Ul::::::::ll 


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nc 


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2 


a-= : 1 r : l" ■ • : :2 


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s 


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= 


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3 


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. 


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Indore Agency Petty Estates. 



TABLE I. 
Area, Houses and Population. 



















POPltLATlON. 


Remaekh. 


Estate. 


'»»•••"' 


No. oE 
VilUgea. 


Occupied 
Houses . 


Persons. 


Mnles. 


Fcmalte. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


ft 


Bagli 

Palhari 

Karamiia 

rni 


108-0 
20-0 
10-5 
5-0 


55 
B 

1 


3,120 
217 
343 
56 


14,049 
1,435 
1,469 
494 


7,12-3 

710 
724 
266 


6,927 

745 
228 


1 


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' • Variation in Population since 1S81. 


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Ertate, 


i'EllbOS?. 


Vahiation in 


Nkt Variation 
IN 18811901 


Males. 


Femai.es. 




1901. 


1891. 


ISSl. 


to 
liiOl. 


1881. 
1891. 


1901. 


1B91. 


1881. 


1901. 


1891. 


1381. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


8 


10 


11 


12 


13 


P^bLri 

KarBiidii 

Uni 


14,019 

1,436 

1,469 

494 


14,675 
1.711 
90S 
637 


14,645 


—305 
+561 
-143 


+30 


—596 


7^22 
710 

266 


7679 7,734 
901 
50O 
347 


6,927 
726 
745 
228 


7,006 
804 
408 
290 


6,9U 



TABLE n. 
Villagea Classified by Population. 



i 



Nc. of 
ViUages 



1,000—2,000. 



B,igii 

Patliari 
Karaadia 



3,373 
1,201 



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Religion. 



Bagli 

Pathari 
Karaudia 



14,049 
1,436 
1,469 



12,159 

l,17fl 
1.376 



908 of Other States and Estates 1901. 



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Guna (Station) 
Gwalior Besidency 
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Eihor (Station) 

Monpiir (Britieh DiBlricl) ... 

Bardarpur (Station) ... ,.. 

Kowgoag Cantonnietl 

Agar (Station) 

Kimach Canlonmcnl 

Total Cantonments, Stations and 
Britist) Districts in Oentral India. 



Census of CaDtonmeota &c. 1901. 


















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190 






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Section III. 



JIf isce llaneous 



I 



NOTE ON THE EFFECT OF FAMINE. 



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Owing to the fact that all pergana Hgures were destroyed after the 
Census of 1891, 1 have been unable to go into this question in the way I 
could have wished. I have, however, been able to obtain returns from some 
Uarbars of certain perganas and from these a few subsidiary tables have 
been made out. 

I think the results shew clearly, even allowing for the probable exaggera- 
tion of the iSgl figures, that famine has had a very serious effect on the 
country. This is especially noticeable in the perganas of Sawer and 
hanpura which are both situated on the Malwa Plateau. 

The perganaa I have been able to use for the purpose of this note are 
Sawer which practically escaped all famine, Bhanpura which suffered severe- 
ly and for a long period, and Sohagpur in Riwa, which did not feel the 
effects of scarcity until June 1900. Sawer is a pergana in the Indore 
Zillak of Indore state and lies north-east of Indore city. Bhanpura is also 
a peruana of Indore state but lies in the Malwa Political Charge on its nor- 
thern border, close to Jhalrapatan. Sohagpur is situated in the south-east 
of Baghelkhand. Speaking of Bhanpura the famine report says " great scar- 
city commenced in the Nimach, Ranipura and Bhanpura Districts in 
September 1899, and soon developed into a severe famine." 

Of Sohagpur the report says, that it was not affected in 1897-98 when 
other parts of Baghelkhand suffered but " on the present occasion (1900) 
these districts Raranagar and Sohagpur are more seriously affected than 
ly other part of the state" (Riwa). 

In January 1900, there was no famine at all and very little distress even, 
Sohagpur, but in June emigration began to take place into Mandla, and 
it became apparent that famine was imminent. The Mahua crop failed and 
the people were left without any means of support. 

It is thus seen that the famine here began some eight months after it did 
Jn Bhanpura. 

Detailed reports can be found in the famine report and it is of course 
^JSuts^de the scope of this note to discuss famine questions. There being no 
emigration returns for perganas in 1891, I am unable to contrast the two 
Census years in this respect. 

Density : — 

The variation in density tliat has taken place is most marked. Sawer 195 
ifaas increased by 1 1 people to the square mile while Sohagpur and Bhanpura 
[■"have both lost, the last considerably. 

Dislribution : — 

Here the same contrast is apparent. Sawer stands first then Sohagpur ^oi 
and lastly Bhanpura. 

The variation since 1891 shews that Sawer has added 19 people per 
Tillage while Bhanpura has lost 250, a high figure. Sohagpur has no return 
for 1891. 



200— V. 



195 

Houses : — 

^^"^^^ Bhanpura shews a loss of 9 houses per square mile while in Sawer the 

number is practically the same. 

Ages : — 

Taking the total for 0—5 wo see that Bhanpura is far behind, Sohagpur 
comes first in this case. It is interesting to note that, where there 
has been a great fall through famine, the proportion of the sexes 
under five is nearly equal, while in Sawer which was unaffected the girls 
are in excess of 16 per 1,000 and in Sohagpur of 10 per 1,000. 

It is notorious that girls in this country are allowed to die of sickness 
when a boy would be carefully nursed, and I can only suppose that this 
neglect of female infants was accentuated by the conditions obtaining 
during a famine season. 

Taking the separate years up to five and considering the male figures, 
which are the most reliable, we see that the lowest figure is shewn by 
Sawer in 1898, and in the case of Sohagpur and Bhanpura in 1899 and 1898. 
Now children of 0-1 were procreated in 1898-99 which was a bad season 
and lowered the normal fecundity considerably. If we look at children of 
4 years we see that Bhanpura stands first and that ratios are generally 
higher though Sohagpur shews a low figure- 

200— VI. Proportion of the sexes. — It must be recollected that female returns 

are always more inaccurate than male. 

I have no figures for 1891 except for Sohagpur. 

Bhanpura stands, it will be seen, last with 19 women less than Sawer 
while Sohagpur and Sawer shew almost the same figure. 

By age periods we find taking — 5 that Sawer comes first with 
some 1,200 women to 1,000 men, then Sohagpur with about 1,100 and lastly 
Bhanpura with about 970. 

All these perganobs shew a defect of females, Bhanpura far the greatest 
defect and Sanwer the least. 

It is not possible, as I have said, to make a more detailed examination, 
but I think the figures collected here give some idea of the ravages a famine 
and the sickness attendant on it can produce. 

It is a pity that no regular record of the castes attending famine works, 
etc., was made. Such information as was available is given in the table at 
the end of this section. 

A proper record should give a good gauge of the depth to which distress 

has penetrated into the community and the social Stratum to which it has 

reached. It is to be hoped this will be done on a future occasion. Some form, 

such as that given in the Subsidiary Table, might be used. It was drawn up 

197-a. for use by the Indore State, but there has been fortunately no regular 

famine, and I fancy the form has not been tried. 

The return will be not only interesting as regards social conditions 
but will give information that should prove useful in future famines. The 
form has been devised so as to suit either works or poor houses, and caa 
be bound up in books of 100, Vernacular forms would usually be employed. 



196 



o-vi. 

l-VI. 



Castes on famine relief i-^ 

So far as I was able to get information I have done so. There was how- 
ever no systematic return of castes kept and the data I have to go on are most 
meagre. From the attached table however it will be seen that both in Febru- 
ary and June, the two months selected practically only low castes were relieved. 

The June return however shews a greater number of the better classes 
such as Bhat, Jat and'Eunbi. 

It is not possible for me to say definitely from the data I have whether 
the prejudice against entering poor houses has become weaker or not. I^ 
however, some such regular record is made, as I have suggested above, the 
question will easily be decided. 

The general result shews that the castes below came on relief at the 
time mentioned. 

Admitted in February hut declined Admitted in June chiefly or in- 



or disappeared in June. 

Bagri. 

Banjara. 

Bhambi 

Bharud. 

Xachbi. 

Ealota 

Ehatik. 

Koli 

Mankar. 

Mina. 

Kat considerably 

Patlia. 

Rangsiwala altogether. 

Sal7L 

Sutar. 

Lodhi. 



creased in number. 

Bhangi. 

Bhat. 

Bha. 

BhoL 

Jat in Batlam. 

Gujar. 

Eanarchi. 

Kori. 

Korku admitted. 

Eunbi, 

Lodhi 

Naik. 

Nayata. 

Nai. 

Pinjara. 

Silawat. 

SirvL 

TamboIi| admitted. 



ZamrU ,| 
I trust that on the next occasion, better data will be forth-coming. 



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342 


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1,336 


1,354 


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3,784 


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266 


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411 


283 


492 


227 


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616 


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3,997 


1.627 


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94 


223 


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109 


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1,017 


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1,720 


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279 


172 


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2,424 


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376 


385 


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3,445 


3.271 


417 


236 


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l,0il3 


320 


03 


127 


4,891 


2,633 


2,358 


678 


205 


283 


520 


257 


363 


3,282 


1,897 


1,585 


6U 


284 


227 


1,690 


808 




195 


47 


148 


123 


70 


53 


1,101 


036 


475 


171 


66 


im 


11,322 


6.268 


6,054 


1.4C0 


647 


763 


1,137 


540 


597 


7,081 


3.330 


3.761 


1,704 


761 


963 


1,125 


542 


683 


118 


59 


59 


70 


40 


30 


709 


370 


399 


168 


73 


95 


3,968 


2,063 


1,905 


437 


242 


196 


459 


284 


225 


2,646 


1,360 


1.286 


426 


227 


199 


1,174 


665 


609 


88 


49 


39 


90 


64 


26 


891 


893 


408 


la's 


59 


4G 


1,632 


612 


8-JO 


110 


63 


57 


lOO 


57 


43 


1,264 


608 


656 


158 


94 


64 


12.644 


6,348 


6.29fl 


1,449 


719 


730 


1,373 


690 


683 


7,954 


4.007 


3.947 


1,868 


932 


936 


2,096 


1,059 


1,1137 


97 


55 


43 


180 


100 


80 


1,610 


786 


834 


209 


lis 


91 


1,060 


543 


517 


88 


5B 


32 


75 


49 


26 


773 


3H2 


391 


124 


66 


68 


3,16P 


1,535 


1,631 


155 


75 


80 


189 


103 


86 


3,646 


1,273 


1,373 


176 


B4 


93 


921 


420 


501 


33 


19 


14 


35 


17 


18 


719 


346 


373 


134 


38 


96 


14,728 


7,288 


7,440 


],fi61 


817 


617 


1.601 


721 


780 


9,278 


4.537 


4,741 


2,285 


1,163 


1,102 


747 


393 


354 


38 


22 


16 


23 


16 


7 


513 


2(^6 


247 


171 


90 


84 


3,511 


l.'JOB 


1,603 


168 


100 


68 


164 


97 


67 


2,951 


1,595 


1,356 


328 


116 


112 


656 


365 


291 


30 


23 


7 


28 


3 


2C 


633 


293 


240 


65 


41 


34 


753 


378 


375 


33 


V2 


10 


21 


13 


8 


644 


309 


335 


56 


34 


22 


7,100 


3,a96 


3,204 


1,060 


673 


483 


1,001) 


621 


479 


3,912 


2.177 


1,736 


1.138 


626 


602 


2,209 


1,190 


1.109 


62 


29 


33 


57 


35 


22 


2,011 


1.026 


985 


169 


100 


69 


427 


219 


208 


18 


9 


9 


20 


15 


5 


33.^ 


171 


163 


56 


24 


33 


1.382 


688 


694 


47 


24 


?3 


38 


30 


18 


1.206 


590 


616 


91 


54 


37 


630 


336 


295 


18 


U 


7 


11 


S 


6 


540 


281 


859 


61 


38 


23 


12,567 


6,140 


6.437 


1,384 


649 


73s 


1.263 


582 


680 


8,315 


4.091 


4,224 


1,606 


818 


788 


431 


■••>s 


202 


22 


10 


12 


18 


14 


4 


343 


179 


164 


48 


26 


22 


6'ii 


507 


385 


60 


36 


2.'. 


65 


37 


18 


694 


383 


311 


83 


62 


31 


243 


147 


95 


16 


7 


9 


7 


5 


2 


183 


110 


72 


37 


35 


12 


325 


167 


158 


8 


5 


3 


11 




4 


290 


1J3 


147 


16 


12 


4 


3,817 


2.0-13 


1.814 


486 


251 


232 


508 


268 


240 


2,364 


1,241 


1,12.^ 


450 


340 


21:1 


345 


JP6 


139 


14 


7 


7 


6 


3 


3 


396 


]5rt 


138 


39 


18 


11 


147 


83 


ti4 


U 


7 


4 


12 


S 


4 


106 


56 


511 


18 


12 


6 


606 


30 1 


sort 


25 


13 


13 


15 


8 


7 


623 


257 


266 


43 


23 


20 


2la 


97 


119 


il 


5 


4 


II 


3 


4 


1M2 


78 


104 


19 


12 


7 


7261 


3,361 


3,'J0<) 


827 


369 


45H 


7fl."< 


357 


438 


4,743 


2,181) 


2.563 


896 


465 


•III 


ISI 


Ui 


90 


21 


9 


12 


16 


11 


6 


122 


61 


61 


23 


10 


13 


357 


1M8 


169 


1^ 


11 


7 


19 


16 


3 


293 


113 


149 


28 


18 


lo 




62 


41 


7 


4 


3 


1 


I 




72 


38 


34 


13 


9 


4 


212 


14'J 


78 


7 










'2 


186 


124 


62 


16 


9 


7 


979 


48;. 


493 


113 


70 


43 


164 


88 


7<i 


679 


263 


316 


133 


66 


£3 


217 


109 


108 


7 


G 


1 




5 


2 


173 


36 


8" 


?.i) 


12 


18 


07 


38 


29 


5 




3 


;i 




1 


54 


32 


22 


5 


2 


3 


167 


72 


95 


10 


6 


4 


G 


4 


2 


147 


59 


8R 


4 


3 


I 


81 


38 


43 


2 


1 


1 


5 


3 


2 


GB 


29 


39 




5 


1 


3,612 


1,386 


2,226 


331 


U4 


180 


2f)a 


1C8 


160 


2.512 


889 


1,633 


SI8 


345 


27 :t 


86 


a-' 


51 


7 




4 


3 


1 


1 


71 


3« 


43 


6 






133 


66 


68 


3 


3 






3 


3 


11:; 


53 


59 


13 


1^ 


7 


31 


rj 


12 




2 










23 


14 


9 


6 


3 


3 


38 


17 


2] 


1 


I 










29 


U 


15 


8 


2 


6 


320 


162 


158 


57 


32 


"25 


30 


"17 


"13 


18(1 


82 


9H 


53 


31 


23 


31 


15 


16 


1 


1 




3 


2 




27 


n 


10 




1 




28 
61 


" 


17 


' 












211 




12 


7 


3 


5 

3 

I 


23 


M 


9 


1 


1 


'"1 








50 
26 


13 


3+ 


t 


1 


6:3 


2^4 


328 


46 


"27 


19 


(-7 




'i? 


401 


150 


251 


7.S 


37 


4j 


21 




1 






















1 


1 


26 
2 
6 


6 
'"3 


2<1 




;;; 










31 

3 
4 


4 

'"3 


17 
2 

3 


5 
' "1 


2 
"l 




119 


5i 


67 


"29 


"is 


'14 


"35 


"li 


'22 


36 


15 


21 


19 


9 


"io 


5 


3 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 




"1 








-' 


2 




6 


"4 


1 






... 


■"l 


"1 




1 
4 


"'3 


1 








^ 








_ 




_ 


B 


_ 


_ 


_ 









199 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE I.—iContinued.) 



Age. 



Population. 



m 

a 
o 

B 

U 

put 



2 






6 



Bampura. 
(0if6 Famine,) 



00 

a 
o 

00 

o 

Pu. 



OS 

3 



CO 
O 



Bhampura. 



One Famine.) 



m 

a 
o 

00 

o 



J 

*« 

s 



8 



9 



09 



6 

o 

Ee4 



10 



"BS 



HAGPUR. 



(TtOQ Famines.) 



00 

C 
O 

2 

Ph 



11 



m 

"3 



12 



00 

a 

0) 

Em 



13 



Sawkb. 
{Free form Farrdnt.) 



3 

o 

e 

put 



14 



IB 
O 



15 



m 



16 



79 


5 


2 


3 


1 


1 


••• 


• •k 


••• 


••• 


4 


1 


3 


••• 


••• 


1 

• •• 


80 


316 


130 


86 


15 


8 


7 


10 


3 


7 


256 


99 


157 


35 


20 


15 


81 


7 


7 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


5 


5 


••• 


2 


2 


••• 


83 


9 


6 


3 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


• •• 


8 


5 


3 


1 


1 


••• 


83 


1 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 
2 


••• 


••• 


1 


1 


••• 


84 


2 


••• 


2 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• «• 


••• 


2 


••• 


••• 


••• 


85 


17 


10 


7 


2 


1 


1 


• •• 


••• 


• •• 


13 
2 
2 


7 
2 


6 


2 


2 


••• 


86 


2 


2 


••• 


•.• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


• .• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


87 


2 


••• 


2 


••. 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


2 


••• 


••• 


•■• 


88 


4 


2 


2 


1 


••• 


1 


• a* 


••• 


••• 


3 


2 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


89 


5 


4 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


5 


4 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


90 


47 


13 


34 


3 


••• 


3 


1 


1 


• •• 


39 


11 


28 


4 


1 


3 


91 


1 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


1 


1 


••• 


92 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


93 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


•••' 


••• 


••• 


94 


2 


*.. 


2 


••• 


••• 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


2 


••• 


2 


••• 


••• 


••• 


95 


7 


2. 


5 


1 


••• 


1 


2 


••• 


2 


4 


2 


2 


••• 


••• 


••• 


96 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


97 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


98 


1 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


•••. 


••• 


1 


1 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


99 


••• 


• •• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


100 


16 


6 


10 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


••• 


16 


6 
74,034 


10 
74,559 


••• 


••• 


.•• 




207,971 


104,067 


103^904 


18,233 


9,328 


8,905 


16,466 


8,334 


8,132 


148,593 


24,679 


12,371 


iM.8 



;o: 



subsidiary table II. 
Density of the Population. 





Pergana. 






Mean 
Density per Sqr. Mile. 


Variation Increase (4-) or 
Decrease ( — ). 


Net Variation 
Since 1872. 


Bemarks. 




1901. 


1901. 


1891-1901. 


1881-1891. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Bampura 
Bhanpura 
Sohagpur 
Sawer 


• M ••• 
•*• ••• 

••• ••• 

••• ••• 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


51 

45 

68 

121 

• 


81 
111 

88 
110 


--33 
—66 
—20 

+11 


••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 


••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 





CeoBus of Central India 1901. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IIL 
Distribution of Population between Towns and Villages. 





Average Population. 


Variatioh 


GINCR 1891. 


Peroaha. 


1901. 


1891. 






Per 
Town, 


Per 
VilUge. 


Per 
Town. 


Per 

Village. 


In 

Town. 


In 
VQUge. 


1 


t 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


fiaropara 
BUnpura 
Sohagpur 

Sawer 




eo 

IbB 
HI 
268 


E 


165 

406 

2^ 


1 1 


- 76 
—250 

+ 19 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 
House-Room. 





Average nnmber of persons 
per house. 


Average number of HouBea per 
Bquare mile. 




1901. 


1891. 


1881 


1901. 


1891. 


18B1. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


fiainpura 
Bhanpura 

Sohagpur 

8awer 


4 
4 
6 
4 


4 
6 

'"4 


;:: 


13 
12 
13 
2« 


20 

21 

"26 


... 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V, 
General Proportion of the Sexes. 



■ Perqana. 


Females to 1,000 Malea. 




1901. 


1891. 


1881. 


1873. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


Bampora 
Bhanpura 

Sohagpur 
Sawer 


9SS 
976 
999 
996 




::: 


;;• 



SUBSIDARY TABLE VL 

Distribution o£ Population by Age and Sex. 





Pbb on THOtSASD OF liCU SlI. 


AOE. 


Rampura. 


fihanpura. 


Sohagpur. 


Sawer. 




Males. 


Females. 


Males. Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


Males. 


Females. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


0-6 


60 


60 


61 


59 


130 


142 


97 


113 


5-10 


123 


119 


114 


116 


146 


147 


119 


131 




184 


102 


110 


107 


153 


126 


127 


110 


16-» 


119 


121 


116 


110 


94 


93 


96 


100 


ao-40 


389 


391 


401 


396 


325 


324 


383 


378 


40-60 


IfiS 


177 


171 


184 


131 


134 


148 


136 


60 and over 


27 


30 


37 


28 


21 


34 


ai 


38 



Census of Central India 1601. 201 

TABLE VII. 

Statement shewing the castes resorted to Relief Works or accepted Gratuitous Relief during the famine of 1900. 





Dhik (Bhdpawar Aoenct). 


R*Tl.iH {M*LWA AgESCV). 


CitlTE. 


let week of February. 


tst week of June. 


1st week of Februnry. 


l8t week of June 




Itelief. 


"Gra- 
luity. 

3 


Poor 
Uouse. 

1 


Total. 


Relief. 
6 


"Gra- 
tuity. 


Poor 
noL.Be, 

8 


Total, 


Kelief. 

10 


"Gra- 
tuity. 

11 


Poor 
Uouse. 


Total. 
13 


Relief. 
14 


oGra- 
16 


Poor 
House. 


Total. 


: 


2 


5 


7 


9 


13 


16 


17 


Agarwal(BaQia) 

Al[a ■" '.'.'. 

Babe (vide Bairagi) 

Bagri 

Bairagi 

BaUi 

ffir ::: 

Bhabhi (vide Bhirabi) 
BhadbhuQJa (Bhunjwa) 
Bhambi 
Bhangi 

Bhamd 

Bhat 

Bhil 

Bhoi 
Bhopa 

Boaji (Same as Baba) 
Brahman 
■Bundela 
Burganda 

Uhawat '..'. '.'.'. 

Chand 

Charan 

Chhipa 

Chuopoch 

K»B?r 

Dagi 

Dakora 

Daroami 

Darai 

Deccani (Brahman) 

Deswali 

Dhadi 

Dhaktd 

Dhaki 

Dhannka 

Dhobi 
DhoU 
Dodlya 
Doma 

^ ::: ::: 

Gandhi 

Oari 

Oawaii(viUeGwaU) 

Girawal ... ' 

Goda 

QaJM 

Ourawa 

OMain 

Gwain 

Jadukhao 

Jat 

JiogK 

Jirya (Jadia) ... 

Joihi 

Kachhi 

Kahar 

Kalal 

KaUr 

Kalota 

Kalwalia (Kalbelia) 

Kanalehi (Kanarchi) 

Kasai 

Kasira 

Katiya 

Kayaaiha 

Kbaogar 

Kharol : . 

KhatI 

Khatik 

Khatri 


143 

36 
256 

2,577 

m 
"i-i 

128 
IS 
371 
S9 
9,170 
20 
8 
122 

'17 
3 

295 
1 
21 
12 
1 

33 

"is 

39 
11 
16 
2 
5 

'97 

1B7 

1 

3 

56 
3 

'19 
22 

1 
58 

"{7 

"90 

108 
1 
35 
5 

202 
7 

}.o 

122 

"l 

1 
8 

i 

■45 
1 


"1 

"■3 

"57 
3 

'"1 
2 
5 
2 
81 

"'2 

"1 

'"1 

1 

■'■4 

"1 
2 
2 


... 

... 


144 
36 

269 

2,634 

9*7 

"12 

12s 
18 
376 
31 
9,251 
20 
6 
124 

'17 
3 

296 
1 
24 
12 
2 
46 
38 

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2 
6 

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197 
1 
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1 
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1 
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108 
1 
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6 
202 
8 
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of Central India 1901. 202 

TABLE YIL— (Continued.) 
ent shewing the castes resorted to Relief Works or accepted Gratuitous Relief during the famine of ] 



Casti. 



(V. Kunbi) 
/at 

(V. Kulmi) 

-a 

a 



f 



••• 



• • • 

• •• 
••• 
• . • 

• •• 



in (Bania) 



r 
la 

di (Bania) 

la 

idi 



A 



1 (Mukati) 

n 

la 



nm 
nsi 



Dhar (Bhowpawar Agency). 



Ist week of February. 



Relief. 


oQra- 
tuity. 

• 


Poor 
House. 


2 


3 


4 



Total. 



•• • 
••• 
••• 
•• • 

• •• 



• ■• 

• •• 
••• 

• •• 



a 



(Nai) 
1 

ir 

li (N.-W. P. man) 

. (Patlia) 



a (^Patlia) 

d(Pania) 

aiya not a coste (men- 

e East or N.-W. P) ... 

^ ... 

ft (Thakur) 

a Brahmin (Malvi) ... 

iwala (no such caste 

ded in the Census) ... 

r (Rajj)ut) 

' ( ?) / 



ra 
i« 
ar 

At 



38 

•• • 
374 



106 

22 

112 





85 

203 

67 

1 

3 

••• 

SSI 

810 

116 

2 

94 

43 

• •• 

11 
99 
12 



1 

4 



9 

444 

•* • 

1 

4 

2 

21 

76 

3 

26 



2 

10 
15 
14 
10 
216 

• • • 

28 

••• 
111 
3 

1 

1,131 

9 

97 



1 
3 



(Sondhia) 

oli 

ira 

ir 

ral (Jhamral) 



• •a 

• .» 

• ■• 

• a. 

• •a 



1 

2 

•* » 
14 
103 
9 

a «• 

271 

251 

96 

12 

42 



8 



• . • 
••• 

..a 



20 



... 
••• 
. . • 
••• 



1 
37 



..a 

• a« 

• a* 
a t a 

aa« 

• a. 



• aa 
a. a 

• a. 



• •• 

aa . 



• aa 
.. • 
a ■• 

• »» 

• a* 

• •• 
a. . 
aaa 
. . a 
a . a 
. .a 
a.a 



aaa 
• •m 
a.a 
» m» 



• a. 

• a* 

• »» 
aaa 



1 

3 



••• 

aaa 
... 



..a 
a. • 
»»» 
.aa 

• •• 
. . • 



a.a 
»m» 
a.a 



10 



aaa 
• •m 
taa 

... 



a .. 
a. . 



2 

> 

1 



... 
• .. 

... 

... 



a.* 

aa. 
a.a 
• • • 



38 

aaa 

382 



106 

22 

113 



9 

105 

203 

67 

1 

3 

• .a 

382 

847 

116 

2 

94 

43 

a.a 
11 

99 
12 



Ist we«k of June. 



Relief. 



4 



9 

448 

• .a 
1 

4 

2 
21 
75 

3 

26 



2 

10 

15 

14 

.11 

219 

a.. 

28 

a.a 
111 

3 

1 

1,141 

9 

97 



3 



oGrt- 
tuity. 



31 

a •* 

284 

109 

1 

100 

5 

81 



9 

45 

704 

14 



215 

495 

75 

• • • 

46 
8 

19 
3 

9 
2 

1 

aaa 

5 
9 
3 

aaa 

390 



39 
171 
732 



..• 



1 
1 



70 
25 
85 

16 



7 
753 

• • • 

75 



42 

9 



14 
103 

y 

a.a 

273 

251 

97 

12 
42 

• aa 



2 
1 
6 

62 
4 

aaa 

87 

. . • 
168 

• • • 

93 

15 

170 



Poor 
House. 

8 



Ratlam (Malwa Aqbnct). 



Ist week of Febru ary. 



1st week of Jun 



Total. 



Relief. 



10 



<*Gra- Poor 
tuity. House. 



\ 



11 



12 



aaa 
• a* 
aaa 
a.a 



19 



• aa 

a.a 

• tm 

• aa 
a.a 



9 

10 
1 



a.a 

• aa 
aaa 
»•» 

• »» 
aaa 



1 



. .a 
a.a 
aaa 
i 

• »» 
aaa 



6 



. .a 
aa* 
aaa 
a.a 



2 



27 



..a 
a.a 
... 



a.a 

» * 9 



• 09 

aaa 

a*^ 
aaa 
a.a 
aaa 

a.a 

aaa 
... 

. . a 
aaa 
aaa 



.aa 
»•• 

aaa 

aaa 

aaa 
• •u 

a.a 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 



aaa 
a.a 
aa. 
a .. 
aaa 
aaa 
taa 
. 1 . 



a.a 
• •m 
.aa 
..a 



31 

• aa 

287 

»»9 

109 
1 

101 
5 

81 



9 

64 

704 

14 



224 

505 
76 

••• 
46 
8 

19 
3 

... 
9 
2 
1 

... 
6 
9 
3 

. • • 

395 



741 



•.• 

a a* 
• •a 



1,276 

462 

30 

14 



164 



12 
505 



45 
171 
732 



26 



« V V « 

... ! 

. . • 

• a« 
••• 
. .a 

• 9» 

846 

aaa 
aaa 

aaa 

9»» 

2,553 
1,316 



24 



1 



70 
25 
91 
18 



755 

aaa 

75 



63 



2 

1 

6 

62 

4 

a . . 

87 

a . . 

171 

• • • 

93 

15 

170 



aaa 
tf 

• aa 
aaa 
a.a 
a.a 

• aa 
aa. 

• .a 

• •• 
..a 

• •• 



2,613 



1,256 



457 



27 



61 

16 

864 

• a 



• aa 
aaa 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •a 
aaa 

• • • 
. . • 

• aa 
..• 

• «• 
aaa 

• •0 
a •• 



• • • I • . . 



• aa 

• a • 
a a* 



• •• 

• •• 

• 99 

aaa 

• aa 
»•» 



aaa 

• a* 

a.a 

• •a 

• • • 

• •a 

• aa 

• •• 

• •• 

• aa 

• «• 

• . a 

• •• 
aaa 

• a a 



»•• 



a.a 

• •• 



aaa 
aaa 

999 



at a 

• •• 

• . • 

• •a 

• 9» 

aaa 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



. •* 
• •a 



. . • 

• *• 

• •• 



• • • 

• •• 

• •• 

• .a 

• •■ 

• •• 
... 



• aa 
aaa 

aaa 
aaa 



a.a 
aaa 
»•• 

»99 



... 

a .• 

• • • 

• • • 

• . . 

• • • 

• aa 
aaa 



a.. 

• .• 

• • • 
... 



• .. 



Total. 



13 



Relief. 



14 



<>Gra- 
tuity. 



741 



• a* 



1,276 

462 

30 

14 



164 



12 
505 

• •• 
26 



... 
••• 

• •9 

a*« 

• •a 

... 

846 
. •• 

. . • 
••• 
••• 

2,553 



1,316 



•«• 



24 



515 



1,320 

1,266 

52 

91 



209 

••. 
35 

.«• 
687 
••• 
40 



• aa 
aa* 

• aa 
aaa 
. . • 

• «• 

• aa 
a.a 

• •a 
aaa 
. . a 

• *• 

• •• 

• . • 



2,613 



1,256 



24 



956 



2,633 
34 



228 

• •• 
311 



457 



27 



o 



••• 

• •a 
. . • 

• aa 

• •a 

a.a 

• .a 

• •• 

• aa 

• ■a 

• *• 

• .a 

• •• 



3,252 



1,256 



Poor 
House. 



15 16 



48 



74 

... 
418 



a.. I •.. 

61 I 103 

16 



804 



763 



17 



••• 

• •a 

• •• 

• •a 
a.. 

• •a 

• •• 

• •a 

• •a 

• • • 
■ •• 

• .• 
aaa 
a.a 

• aa 
aaa 
aa • 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 

• aa 
aa« 
aaa 
aac 

• •a 

• •• 

• .a 

• •• 

• •a 
aaa 
aaa 
a.a 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 
aaa 
a.. 
aaa 
*•• 
aaa 

• •• 
aaa 



• •a 



aaa 

• •• 

• • a 

• •• 
■ •a 

• •a 

• •a 



aa. 
* .a 
a a a 



a.a 
. . a 
a.a 



aaa 
aaa 
aaa 



a.a 
aaa 
• a* 
a.a 



aaa 

• .a 
a.a 
a .a 

• •• 

• •• 



• aa 
a.a 

• •a 

• •a 
aaa 
. .a 

99* 

• •a 

• •• 
.«• 

• •• 

• «• 

999 

• • • 

• •• 

..a 

• •a 

• •• 

• •a 
■ •• 

• •a 

• •a 

• •a 

• *• 



• •• 

• •a 
aaa 
aa* 

aaa 
aaa 
aaa 



aaa 

• •• 

999 

• •• 



. . a 

• • • 

• •• 

• . • 



E® Gratuitous Relief. 





OvBBCROWDiKa IS THE Bazaar of thb Agent to tbb 
Governor-Gkneral's Cawp, Indroe. 

This note lias been prepared ratiier as a model for the use of any Darhar who may 
vish to inquire into the conditions in their large towns than as a special report od the £a:aar. 

Some idea of the amount of congestion ia the wards of a town might in times of 
epidemic be of great nse to those who were concerned in combating it. The test of over- 
crowding and insanitarioeaa in any area, or block of buildings, appears to depend less on 
the number of people per nnit of area than oa thg number of cubio feet of hoase>room 
which each individaal has. 

"The number of rooms occapied by each family is of mnch greater importance in 
relation to health than the number of persons living on a given area. Given houses pro- 
perly constructed and drained, and given cleanly habits on the part of the tenants, in- 
creased aggregation of population over given area haa no influence in raising the death-rate 
except in so far as it is accompanied by overcrowding in iadividaal rof ms." [Nevuholme' t 
"Vital Statistics".] 

" In other words there is no casual relationship between density of popnlation per ae and 
a hijjh mortality. The true test of density is the number of persona in each occupied room,' 
[A'dMis/ioime'j "Vital Statistics."] 

The data needed for an investigation such as this are — 

[I], The area under consideration, less street area, and that of large opea spaces 
which would abnormally lower the rate. 

[2]. The number of houses. 

[3]. The class of honse, i. e., number of stories in each hoase, 

[4]. The number of families per house, 

[5]. The number of persons per family. 

\6], The nnmbor of rooms per house. 

This will give all that is likely to he required. The Hrth and death-rate, if known, 
should also be employed in the examination. 

The connection between density and mortality has been thns expressed by Dr, Farr:— 

If d and d' represent the densities of any two places, and in and m' the rata of morta- 
lity, thea 

m 8/7" « . . 8 \l~SI~r 

— , = ( -^, or iii:m . . sj d: vi d' 

This formula, as also the remarks quoted above, refer of course to European conditions. 

More detailed information on this subject will be found in [_Newthotme'» ''Vital 
Statistics."] 

The Bazaar is divideil into five Makallas Parsi, Kalali, Kanria Gunj, Murai, and Gwal- 
toli. The smallest and poorest is that of Gwaltoli. The survey was made specially for 
this report, the street area being excluded. 

lieport :— 

The tables explain themselves and require no special comment. 

In summing up, a standard has to be taken. The one 1 have employed is that naej 
in the Paris report of 18DG, and is suited to European conditions. Possibly a leas generous 
allowance of cubic feet might be made in this country. 

Standanh : — 

Overcrowded Less than half a room per person. 

With insufficieat space Lesa than one room but more than half 

a room per bead. 

With enough space One room per head. 

%Vitb ample space More than one room but less than two per 

bead. 

With very ample space Two rooms or more per heod- 

As judged by these standards 85% of the bazaar ia overcrowded, while 12% bavd 
too little room. 

The worst conditions obtain in Parsi Atohalla and the best in Mnrai Mohalla, 

The other tables will give detailed information as to the distribution of families and 
pereoni. 



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us of Central India 1901. 



•206 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE II. 



KuMBSB OP Tbkbmbnts Compbisino. 











NUMBEB 


OF Families comprising. 

« 








• 








• 


• 


• 


• ■ 


« 


• 

■a 


• 


m 


« 


a 




GO 


m 


00 


OD m 


cs 


a 


p 


G 


a 







a 


. a 


a 


a a 


5 


o 


o 


O 




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c 


o 


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o 


Q 


e 




c 


e 


C 


e 






2 


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CD 


c 


o 


« 


o 


a> 




O 


o 


V 


o 


o 


Ph 


P-l 


Pu 


Oi 


p-l 


Pk 




Pu. 


p-l 


p^ 


Ph 


cu 




IH 


CI 


o» 


"^ 




o 


<D 


l» 


oo 


10 


o 


»^ 


I-2 


3 


4 


5 




6 


7 


8 

1 


9 


11 


12 1 



1 Room 

2 Kooma 

3 Rooms 

4 Rooms 
6 Rooms 

^6 Booms and over 



•*« 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••« 



••• 



••• 
••• 



•I* 

••• 

•»• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



Total 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



'1 Room 
I 2 Rooms 

3 Rooms 

4 Rooms 
6 Rooms 

^6 Rooms and over 



••• 



••• 



•••. 



•••. 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 

• V* 

• •• 



Total 



1 Room ... 


••• 






2 Rooms ••• 


••• 






3 Rooms ••• 


%•• 






4 Rooms «•• 


••• 






5 Rooms .M 


••• 






6 Rooms and over 


•»• 







Total 



#•• 



f 1 Room 
I 2 Kooms 

3 Kooms 

4 Kooms 

5 Kooms 
^6 Koomdaodover 



i 



ftt* 



%•• 



«•• 



«•• 



•<• 



••• 



••• 
••• 



••• 



»•• 



••• 



Total 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



f 1 Room 
I 2 Hooms 
! 3 Rooms 
j 4 Kooms. . 

5 Rooms 
LOKooms and over 



••• 



••• 



••• 



«•• 



••• 



••• 
»•• 

••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



Total 



••• 

••• 
••• ' 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• , 



I 

I 
[ 



••• 



f 1 Room 

2 Rooms 

3 Kooms 

4 Kooms 

5 Kooms 

6 Kooma and over 



••• 



••• 



••• 



• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



• •• 



I 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• i 



Total. 



35 
8 
6 
3 
1 
1 

64 





20 




5 








6 








3 








1 








e 



41 



33 
8 
4 
3 



••• 



2 
60 



24 

10 
5 
4 
2 
5 

60 



11 
3 
2 
1 

»•• 
1 

18 



123 
34 
23 
14. 
4 
15 



32 


23 


9 


3 


4 


2 


4 


3 


•• 


••• 


•• 


4 


49 


36 



18 
9 
2 

»•• 
3 
2 

84 



20 
9 
6 

10 



••• 



47 



25 

25 

6 

10 

3 

1 

70 



14 
9 
6 

2 

••• 
2 

33 



109 

61 

24 

26 



7 



Si8: 283 £ 



13 
8 
1 
3 
2 
4 

31 



31 

22 

10 

9 

1 

6 

79 



11 

18 

5 

18 
2 
3 

67 



7 
8 
6 
1 

1 
23 



85 

e9 

24 

34 

5 

1? 
286 



23 
3 
3 
3 



••• 



4 
36 



7 
7 
6 
2 
5 
7 

34 



24 

12 

1 

11 

2 

7 

67 



10. 

8 

4 
13 

6 

7 

48 



10 
5 
1 
2 



••• 



19 



74 
35 
15 
31 
14 
25 

194 



14 
7 
5 
4 
2 
2 

34 



8 
8 
4 
4 
2 
4 

80 



9 

14 
7 
6 
1 
3 

40 



10 
10 
4 
7 
1 
4 

86 



7 
5 
2 
2 
1 
1 

18 



48 
44 
22 
23 
7 
14 

168 



4 
5 
3 
4 



••• 



3 
19 



4 

5 
3 
5 
2 

7 

26 



6 

11 

6 

4 



••• 



3 
30 



4 
9 
2 

8 

••• 
5 

28 



9 
9 
3 
2 
1 
2 

26 



27 

39 

17 

23 

3 

20 

129 



1 
4 
3 
1 
2 
1 

12 



2 
2 

1 

1 

4 
13 



3 
7 
1 
4 
3 
1 

19 



1 
3 
4 
3 
2 
4 

17 



8 
1 



10 



7 
24 

10 

11 

9 

10 

71 



I 



••• 
••• 
••• 



2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2 

11 



1 
5 

4 
3 

•• 
8 

21 



1 
1 
1 



••• 



1 
2 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 



4 
11 
8 
5 
2 
17 

47 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 

9 



••• 



1 
1 
1 



6 



•#• 



3 
1 
5 
2 
5 

16 



»•• 



2 
2 
2 

• 
3 

9 



2 
3 



••• 



1 

9 
8 

10 
3 

14 

46 



••• 

] 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2 



••• 
••• 
••• 



1 

4 



••• 

••• 
••• 



••• 



2 
2 
1 
1 
3 

9 



1 

2 



••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 



6 
4 
2 
1 
11 

24 



Total 



••• 



I 



3 

6 

1 

16 

26 



1 
1 
1 
4 

4 
18 

29 



2 
4 
4 

8 

5 

20 

43 



2 
2 
2 

••• 
8 

14 



1 
5 
2 
1 
1 
3 

13 



13 



133 
43 
30 
30 
7 
39 

282 



75 

47 
k8 
27 
23 
61 

260 



129 
97 
44 
63 
14 
69 

406 



85 
90 
37 
69 
17 
47 

346 



60 
57 
28 
11 
5 
10 

171 



4 
12' 

12 

21 

11 

65 



126 



482 
3^ 
167 
200 
65 
216 

1,464 



This table should be read thus:— Oat of 482 families of all clans 123 of one person each live in one room, 48 of 5 paraoas live in one room, 23 of 6 
ons live in 4 roomi & -so •&• * 



Ccnnu of CcDtral Indi. 1001. 



206 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE III. 







CLASSES OF FAMILIES. 




Classes of TKSiaanTS coaraiaiNO. 


i 


£ 


£ 


£ 


i 


i 


£ 


£ 


tS 


i 


i 


i 




" 


" 


n 


" 


■* 


~7~ 


8 


^T' 


10 


s 


12 


^ 


1 


2 


3 


4 


b 


6 


11 


13 


r 1 Room 

«■ 2 liooma 

'g- 3 KooiNi 

^'O 4 HlKllllB 

C ttod over Rooms ... ... 


2a 

18 

20 

10 

145 

a-6 


24 
21 
13 
13 


18 

7 
7 
10 

"10 


17 

i5 

10 

"io 


10 
16 
17 
13 
88 
S-a 


3 
12 
10 
13 

'"s 


.7 

9 
10 

3 
28 
25 


'"5 

'"s 


-7 

2-5 
3 
8 

14-6 
8 


2-6 
5-5 


"io 
20 

16 
40 


m 

100 

10) 

m 
100 
100 


Total ... 


lB-2 


174 


12'B 


12-6 


12 


e-9 


4-3 


1-7 


ai 


10 


9-4 


100 


1 Room ... ..7 
.„ a 2 Hooiiia 

3^ 3 ItOOlllB 

|5-3 4 Rooms 
""3 5 Kooii.B 

, 6 flod over Kootns 


27 

10-6 

21 

111 

4-6 
10 


24 
19-2 

7-1 

ii'b 

3-4 


IT'3 
17-0 

3 
111 

9 
6'4 


9-3 
149 
214 

7-4 
22-6 
11-4 


10-e 

17-0 

6-1 

16 

9 

6-4 


6'3 

10-7 

11 

l8-fi 

9 

11-4 


2-6 
4-3 
3 
111 
4-6 
6-4 


2-6 
2-1 
11 
36 
9 
3-4 


3 
1-6 

5-4 


8-6 

a-4 


21 

3 

15 

19 

29-4 


m 
100 
10a 

180 
100 
100 


Total .*. 


157 


13 


11-9 


13 


11-8 


loa 


6 


4-2 


8-3 


19 


11-1 


100 


■ 1 Room ... ... ... 

a . 2 floooia 
^■S.) 3 Uiioma 
^ = 14 Ilooms 

. Sftiiiovot Rooma 


2S 

8 

a 
& 

"is 


16 
9 
14 
16 

'l2 


24 
24 
22 
14 

7 
18 


18 

la 
s 

18 
15 
13 


7 

16 
17 
10 
7 
10 


6 

11 

14 
6 

'"s 


2 
7 
2 
6 
21 
4 


1 
5 
9 
6 

'"b 


IS 


"'2 
"'1 


1 
4 
9 
13 

3a 
11 


100 
1<U 
UD 
HO 
100 

in 


Total ... 


184 


lis 


ige 


14 


B'8 


78 


4 7 


6S 


39 


08 


lOl 


IDO 


r 1 Boom 

e=ij 3 Uooma 

^3'' 4 Rooms 
E 5 Uooma 

. 6 and over IWma 


28 
112 
13-6 
69 
1-' 
11 


31 
27-5 

lea 

14-5 

17 
23 


12-9 

20 

13-5 
26 
12 
6-3 


11 

8-9 
10-8 
18-9 
34-6 

16 


11 

u-a 

10-8 

10-2 

6 

8-3 


4-9 

10 

5-4 

11-8 

"ii 


1-2 
34 
108 
4-3 
12 
8-3 


'i-2 

2-7 
1-4 

8-3 


8-2 
6-4 
2-8 

6-3 


2 8 
6-4 
1-4 
6 
6-3 


V-s 

64 
S-8 

iV'o 


1 

lot 

IM 

100 
1« 

!« 

lOO 


Total ... 


IS 


SO 


ao 


13 


10 


8 


4 


2 


2 


a 


♦ 


IDS 


H 
H 


1 Room 

2 Kooiiifl 
a Kooma 
4 lloouia 
6 UooiiTB 

. 6 und over Eooma 


IB 

e 

7 
9 

"io 


23 

16 

ai 

18 

"20 


11 
14 
21 
9 

"io 


18 

9 

4 
18 
20 


11 

9 
7 
18 
20 
10 


15 
15 
10-5 
18 
80 
20 


14 

4 

"ao 


2 

4 


"'4 

105 


"'a 

7 


s 

9 
7 
9 

so 

90 


^ 


Total ... 


11 


18 


13 


11 


11 


16 


6 


2 


3 


2 


7 


11 


E r 1 Itwrn 
"y:5 2 liouuH 
fe, 3 liooma 

g'al 4 liooma ... 

-S . & Uoooia 

^ 1. 6uud over Room 


26 
10 

14 
7 
6 
7 


23 
18 
14 
13 
U 
4 


18 
18 
14 
17 

8 
8 


15 
10 

u 

155 

a 

12 


10 
13 
14 
115 
11 
7 


6-2 
12 
10 
U-i 
5 
9 


1 

7 

6-5 
14 
4 


■8 
3 
& 
2-6 
3 

a 


•2 
4 
6 
6 
6 
6 


"'a 

2 

1 
1 

6 


■8 
4 

7 

15-5 
17 
SO 




Total ... 


16 


16 


16 


13 


11 


9 


6 


3 


8 


8 


e 


1 




Tliia tikblo lliould be road [hus :— 

Uut of HXJ fumilica of aJl Clasaca io the Baza 
Out of lOU families of sU cIusucb in iho Basoui 


r livin 
living 


{in one 
in 5 ro 


rooma 
oma6c 


e conai 
'onaist 


tof 1 
f 1 i>e 


peraoo, 
raoo,! 


lOof . 
of 11 


pardon 
Curaona 


a. 









ami oi Central India 1901. 



207 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE IV. 





KUMBER OP FAMILIES COMI'RISIKG, 




NUMDSR OF TeNBHBMTS C0MPE[S1SQ. 




■ 


»■ 




s 


^ 


^ 


£ 


. 


i 


i 
















c 




c 






i 






E 


n 


E 


s 


i 


1 


1 




1 


£ 


, 








£ 




t 




V 








a. 


"a 






c 


c:. 


c 


£ 






c 






= 




" 


M 

3 


i 


5 


6 


7 


I- 


10 


o> 


18 


S 


H 


1 


2 


8 


11 


13 


14 


1 Room 


64-5 


649 


65-7 


63-9 


40-6 


21-2 


8-3 




111 






473 


2 Rooms 


14-9 


18a 


8-5 


8-3 


20-3 


•2ii-l 


33-4 


40 


111 


33-4 




15-3 


3 Booms 


112 


83 


S-8 


8-3 


155 


15-5 


251 




111 




1T5 


107 


1 4 Rooms 


a-6 


8-3 


8-5 


83 


11-8 


211 


8'3 




22-3 




£3-1 


107 


6 Rooms 


19 








5-9 




:6-6 




111 




39 


2-5 


L 6 snd over Rooms ... 


1-9 




ii-5 


U-2 


6'9 


is's 


83 


"eo 


33-3 


66-6 


61-5 


13-5 


Total ... 


100 


lOO 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


I Room 


48'8 


62-8 


41-9 


20-5 


26'G 


15-5 


15-4 


18'2 






3-4 


28'8 


2 Rooms 


122 


26-5 


25-8 


20-5 


2S-e 


19-2 


I5-1 


91 


167 




3'4 


181 


3 Rooms 


n6 


59 


33 


17-8 


13-3 


11-6 


7'8 


272 


16-7 




3'4 


10-8 


■ 4 Rooms 


7'4 




9'7 


£-9 


13-3 


19-3 


2-2-8 


9'1 


16-7 


"20 


13-8 


103 


6 Booms 


2-4 


8-9 


6'5 


14'8 


6.9 


77 


7-8 


18-2 






13-8 


8-5 


6 undover Hooni» 


14-6 


5-y 


12-a 


2Q-C> 


13-3 


2C-9 


30-8 


18-2 


490 


"bo 


eti 


235 


Total ... 


100 


lOO 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


too 


r 1 Room 

2 Rooms 

3 Rooms 

■ 4 Rooms 

5 Rooma 


6G-0 


42-8 


39'2 


421 


22-5 


20'0 


15-8 


47 






40 


31-9 


lfl-0 


191 


27-8 


:;i-l 


35-0 


36'8 


3G-8 


23'8 


iB-e 


"60 


9-3 


23-9 


80 


13-8 


127 


1-7 


17'5 


SCrO 


6-3 


19! 


ti-2 




9-3 


10-8 


6-0 


21'2 


11-4 


IU'5 


la-D 


19 9 


210 


14-3 


31-4. 




is-s 


166 






1-3 


33 


23 




15-8 




12-'l 




116 


3-5 


6 Bud over Rooms 


"io 


4-3 


7'a 


l:i3 


7 5 


3-3 


5-3 


38' 1 


31-4 


"so 


46-7 


146 


Total ... 


100 


,100 


100 


100 


100 


lOO 


lOO 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


" 1 Roooi 

2 Rooms 

3 Rooms 
) 4 Boome 
! 5 Rooms 

L 6 Bnd over Rooma 


480 


35-7 


19-3 


209 


27'8 


U-4 


5'8 










247 


20- ti 


3.V7 


31-C 


16-7 


27 ■& 


32-1 


17-7 


14'3 


i-h 


22-2 


14-3 


26-1 


10-0 


8-^ 


88 


8-3 


111 


71 


23-5 


U-3 


23a 


232 


14-3 


10^ 


8-0 


14 3 


3lfi 


27'0 


ltf-4 


28'e 


17-7 


14-3 


22-2 


111 


14'3 


20-0 


4-0 
100 


4-3 
11 


35 
52 


l:;5 

li'ii 


111 


17-9 


n-8 

23'5 


s'r'i 


33'a 


111 
33-4 


57-1 


4S 
136 


Total ... 


100 


lOO 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


lOO 


f i Room 

2 Rooma 

3 Rooms 

4 Rooms 

5 Booms 

. 6 and overKooms 


ei'i 


426 


30-4 


52-7 


39-0 


340 




33-3 






7-7 


35' 1 


16G 


27-3 


34-8 


26-4 


27-8 


34-6 


"so 


6U-7 


'"•io 


33-3 


38'4 


333 


111 


182 


ac'i 


5-2 


IM 


11-6 


10 




60 


ec-7 


16-4 


16-4 


5-6 


C'O 
6*0 


44 
4-3 


e'2 


11-1 
6-5 
5-5 


7-7 

3-9 
77 


"io 








77 
7-7 
231 


6-4 
8-9 
59 


Total ... 


100 


100 


100 


too 


00 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


]• r 1 Room 
' a Booms 
, J 3 Rooms 
;1 4 Rooms 
5 Rooms 
'. L 6 Md over Rooms 


67-8 


467 


37-7 


38-4 


30'4 


20-9 


98 


8-6 


24 




3-2 


330 


15-9 


20-3 


2f>-3 


18'0 


27-8 


30'2 


33-8 


23-4 


19-8 


24'6 


9-6 


23-0 


10-8 


10'3 


10-6 


7'8 


139 


13-3 


14-2 


17-1 


17-C 


16-6 


9-6 


11-4 


C-6 


11-3 


152 


lG-0 


146 


17-7 


15 4 


10-6 


220 


8-4 


16-S 


1.1-6 


1'8 
71 


2-5 

30 


80 


7-2 

ia-6 


45 

8'8 


2-4 
15-6 


12-6 
142 


4-2 

3a-2 


6-8 

31-4 


46 

45-8 


S'S 
52-0 


4-4 

14:6 


Total ... 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


"100 


100 


This Uble should be read thai :— 
























^^ 



CtOBOB of Ceotral India 1901. 



SUBSIDIARY TABLE V. 







GROUPED BY FAMILIES COMPOSED OF. 


NOKBBR OP P8R80N8 LIVISQ IH. 




s 


i 


i 


S 


i 


s 


i 


m 


g 1 






1 


1 


1 


i 


i 


1 


i 




i 


h 


Total. 




£ 


aI 


1^ 


a^ 




£ 






&, 








-H 


01 


CT 


•* 


•a 




t- 


a, 




s 




I 


2 


a 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


S 


10 1 11 


13 


■1 Room 


22 


38 


12 


55 


43 


16 


5 




C 41 


268 


> 2 Booms 


6 


Vi. 


6 


8 


a3 


10 


]6 


'12 


6 154 


2*t 


= •3 J 3 Rooms 


8 


5 


3 


6 


16 


9 


13 




5 63 


123 


S-g -5 4 Rooms 


2 


& 


G 


7 


la 


15 


3 




11 


60 


1!1 


"•a 5 Rooms 


1 








6 




8 




6 


5 


26 


.6 Rooms and over ... 


1 




S 


"io 


7 


"11 


4 


15 


16 


130 


202 


Total -. 


34 


60 


66 


86 


107 


70 


49 


27 


60 


462 


1,000 


ri Boom 


IS 


23 


24 


16 


25 


15 


9 


10 




29 


163 


3.3 


2 Booms 


3 


11 


15 


17 


25 


19 


9 


5 


"*6 


15 


ISS 




3 Booms 


4 


3 


2 


11 


13 


11 


5 


14 


6 




73 


4 Rooms 


S 




6 


6 


12 


18 


13 


5 


6 


"43 


110 


6 Booms 


1 


""6 


5 


13 


7 


10 




11 




37 


95 




8 Rooms and over ... 


4 


3 


8 


21 


15 


28 


21 


12 


20 


303 


435 


Total 


S6 


4fi 


60 


86 


97 


101 


63 


67 


38 


427 


1,000 


ri n Boom 


12 


15 


37 


39 


15 


13 


29 


4 




15 


179 


■£• 3 Booms 


3 


7 


S7 


20 


29 


27 


21 


16 


"ii 


27 


188 


Si 13 Booms 


2 


6 


12 




15 


18 


3 


It 


4 


30 


103 


■S' 4 Booms 


I 


a 


12 


20 


u 


8 


13 


8 


21 


28 


ISl 


a 5 Booms 






2 


4 


£ 




14 




12 


S9 


74 


M L6 Hooiiis nod over ... 


"l 


'"2 


'J 


14 


7 


9 


3 


27 


21 


232 


m 


Total ... 


IS 


39 


ee 


99 


80 


76 


83 


66 


69 


371 


1,003 


r I Room 


16 


33 


22 


26 


33 


16 


4 






6 


156 


« 2 Rooms 


6 


30 


3d 


21 


30 


30 


13 


■■'6 


"12 


46 


LM 


fi^ J 3 Rooms 


3 


8 


y 


10 


12 


8 


19 


5 


12 


!S 


114 


.2-gl 4 Rooms 
•"B 6 Rooms 


3 


15 


36 


35 


23 


32 


U 


5 


12 


22 


rj7 


1 


3 


3 


12 


3 




9 






14 


46 


.8 Booms ond over ,„ 


3 


1 


6 


I'J 


13 


"20 


19 


"13 


16 


142 


25* 


Total ... 


32 


90 


112 


1S3 


lU 


112 


78 


28 


64 


267 


1,000 


, l"l Boom 


13 


33 


25 


48 


42 


&1 




9 




25 


869 




2 Rooms 


i 


23 


32 


24 


30 


63 


"69 


19 


"23 


90 


379 


^ 


3 Rooms 


3 


16 


27 


6 


15 


27 


8 




31 


36 


170 




4 Booms 


2 


6 


■1 


10 


11 


U 








13 


69 


t 


6 Booms 








5 


6 


7 


'"s 






5 


31 


O 


6 Booms and over ... 


"2 


S 


" 4 




6 


15 




... 


... 


70 


102 


Total ... 


2* 


81 


92 


93 


110 


192 


8S 


SS 


64 


238 


1,000 


a ri Boom 


IG 


27 


32 


37 


30 


20 


6 


4 






19S 


•^5 2 Rooms 


4 


13 


22 


17 


27 


29 


21 




10 


65 


SIS 


^ ^ J 3 Booms 


3 


6 


9 


7 


11 


li 


9 


8 


9 


33 


110 


So 1 * ROOHIS 


2 


6 


12 


15 


14 


17 


9 


S 


12 


38 


130 


m^ 6 Booms 

-■ 1,6 Booms emi over ... 


1 


2 


2 


7 


4 


2 


8 


2 


3 


27 


58 


2 


2 


7 


12 


S 


15 


8 


17 


16 


198 


285 


Total ... 


SS 


66 


84 


Ofi 


97 


OB 


61 


47 


61 


33a 


1,000 



This Uble should be read Ihns:— Of 1,000 families of different size, ] 
14 of 5 pereoDs, 



e in 4 rooms, and of tbeso 130,2 consist of 1 perew 



Census of Central India 1901. 



209 



SUBSIDIARY TABLt: VI. 
Table showing distribution o£ House Room among families o£ all sizes. 



•2 1 



r 1 
2 
3 

4 

5 
6 
7 
8 



Lio 



r 1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



S ^ 



r 1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



^ a K 

oc3 ' 



1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
LIO 



Families consisting of. 



f 1 Person 



tt 




3 




4 




5 




6 




7 




8 




9 




10 





and over 



••• 
•• • 
••• 

• •• 
••• 

• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 

••• 
••• 
• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••« 

••• 
••• 



On the Scale of 



Less than 
\ Room 
per head. 



Total 



1 


Per 


2 




3 




4 




5 




6 




7 




8 




9 




10 





and over 



•• • 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
■•• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
t* • 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
■•• 
■•• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Total 



Person 



»» 

?> 
>» 



••• 
••• 
• . • 



••• 
••• 
• t • 
• . • 



ond over 



• •• 
••• 
• . • 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
• « • 
••• 



Total 



Person 






• •• 

• •■ 

• ■• 

• ■ . 
••• 



••• 

• • • 

• •• 

• •• 



• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



onv over 



••• 



Total 



Person 



11 



•• • 
••• 
••• 



and over 



• . • 

••• 
■• • 
••• 
■* • 
•• • 



••• 

••• 
••• 
• •• 
• . • 



Total 



Pcrsjn 



J? 

I 

» 



and over 



• •• 
••• 
••• 

••• 

• • • 
••• 
•■• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 



••• 

• • • 

... 



••• 

• • • 
••• 

• •• 



Total 



38 
48 
69 
94 
69 
49 
27 
60 

462 
886 



••• 



23 

39 
47 
76 
73 
63 
57 
38 
427 

842 



16 
64 
61 
70 
66 
83 
66 
69 
371 

865 



33 
68 
67 
98 
92 
76 
28 
64 
267 

765 



33 

57 
78 
li8 

177 
86 
28 
64 

238 

848 



27 
54 
61 

85 
80 
61 
47 

5: 

386 
862 



Less than 

1 Room 

per head. 



1 Ro^m per 
head. 



22 

12 
14 
7 
13 
11 



••• 
• •• 
••• 
••• 



79 

12 
11 
8 
39 
22 
28 



••• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 



120 

12 
22 
24 
20 
7 
9 



••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 



.94 

16 
63 
45 
66 
13 
20 



••• 
• • • 
•• • 
••• 



213 

13 
51 
27 

10 

6 

15 



••• 

••• 
••• 



122 

16 
27 
23 
34 
8 
15 



128 



Less than 
2 Rooms 
per head. 



6 
10 

3 
10 



••• 

••• 
••► 

••• 



28 

7 

8 

13 



••• 
• •• 
••• 



••• 



28 

2 

9 

18 

3 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 



82 
6 
6 



••• 
•• • 

••• 
••• 
••• 
• . • 



••• 



12 

4 

8 
5 
6 



••• 

••• 
• ■ • 



28 

4 
2 
2 



• • • 

••• 
•■« 
••• 
••• 



12 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



3 

6 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



9 



••• 
••• 
••• 



3 
9 



••• 



16» 



« • • 

• •• 

• •• 



• •• 

• •• 

• « • 

• •• 
••• 

• •• 

• • • 

• • • 

• • • 



More than 
2 Rooms 
per head 



Total. 



6 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



4 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
•*• 
••• 



2 
2 
2 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 

•■• 
••• 



6» 

* 

4 
1 



••• 

••• 

• • • 
••• 
••• 

•• 

• •• 

• • • 



4 

5 



••• 
•• • 

••• 
••« 
••• 
• • • 
•• • 
••• 
••• 



34 

60 
65 
86 

107 
70 
49 
27 
50 

452 

1,000 

26 
45 
60 
86 
97 

101 
63 
67 
38 

427 

1,000 

19 
39 
99 
99 
80 
75 
83 
66 
69 
371 

1,000 

32 

90 

112 

123 

114 

113 

78 

28 

54 

257 

1,000 

24 

84 

92 

93 

110 

192 

85 

28 

54 

238 

1,000 

28 
56 
84 
95 
97 
95 
61 
47 
51 
336 

1,000 



Censns of Central India 1901- 



210 



TABLE VII. 

Summary shewing Overcrowding, etc. 



MOHALLA. 


1 

• 

o 
o 

► 
O 


a 
o 

o 

S3 
OQ 

a 


• 

o 

CD 


-a 

a 
o 
a 
a> 


space. 


• 

o 
o 

a 

a, 

CQ 

B 

a 

■3 




With very ample 
space. 


Total. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Farsi Mohalla 


• ■• 




886 




79 




28 




3 


4 


i,ooe 


Ealali Mohalla 


••• 




842 


• 


120 




28 




9 


1 


l,O0( 


Kaudia Ganga 


... 




865 




94 




32 




3 


6 


1,00C 


Marai Mohalla 


• ■a 




766 




213 




12 




15 


5 


1,00( 


Gwal Toll 


• .■ 




848 




122 




28 




3 


4 


1,00( 


Bazaar of A. G. G's Camp.... 


.• • 




852 




128 




12 




3 


5 


1,00( 



Census of Central India 1901. 



211 



PROVINCIAL TABLE C. 

Shewing the number of Schools in the various States in Central India. 



o 



£ 



State. 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 

4 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 




Gwalior State 

Indore Residency:— 

A. G. G.*8 Camp 
Indore State 
Mhow Cantonment 

Total Indore Residency ... 
Baghelldiand Agency :— 



Maihar 
Hiwa 
Sohuwal 
Nagodo 



• ■ • 
••• 
••• 



... 

• • a 



Total BaghellLhand Agency 
Bhopal Agency •— 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 

10 



1 
2 
3 



Bhopal 

Basoda 

Khilchipur ,.. 

Kufwari 

Mafcsudangarh 

Narsingarh ... 

Patbari 

Kajgarh 

Sihor (Station) •.. 

Total Bhopal Agendy 
Bhopawar Agency :— 

Ali Rajpur ... 

Barwani 

Dhar 

Jhabua 

Jobat ... ... 

Sirdarpur (Station) 

Total Bhopawar Agency 
Bnndelkhand Agency :— 

Ajaigarh ... 

Baoni 

Bijawar 

Charkhari ... 

Chhatarpur 

Datia 

Nowgong Cantonment ... 

Orcbba 

Panna 
Samthar 



... 
... 

... 
... 
... 
... 
... 



• a. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 



Total Bnndelkhand Agency 
Indore Agency— 

Bagli ... ,.. 

Dewaa S. B. 
Dewas J. B. 

Total Indore Agency 
Malwa Agency :— 

Jaora ... ... ... 

Nimuch Cantonment ... 

Piploda.., ... 

Katlam ... ... 

Sailana 
Sitamau 

Total Malwa Agency 
Mission Schools ... 
Total Central India 



... 
... 
... 
... 



... 
... 
... 
... 



... 
... 
... 
... 
•*. 
... 
... 
... 
... 
. .. 



Total. 



356 



3 

228 
9 

140 



11 

4i 

45 

4 

104 



8 
4 
6 
1 
1 
7 
1 

15 
6 

49 



5 
33 
49 
8 
2 
1 

98 



1 
1 
1 
5 

22 
8 
1 
9 
4 
4 

66 



2 
12 

10 

24 



English. 



26 
4 
4 

29 
9 
4 

76 

24 

926 



! 



24 



1 

19 
2 

22 



... 
... 
... 



2 
2 



1 
1 



1 

1 
2 
1 



1 
1 



1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 



1 
1 



1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

6 

10 

82 



NCMBER OF ScnoOLS. 



Hindi. 



Urdu. 



226 



1 

29 

3 

33 



10 

38 

41 

4 

93 



1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
5 

G 

4 

21 



5 

19 

29 

8 



62 



4 
15 
5 
1 
7 
2 
3 

38 



2 

6 

4 

12 



4 

19 

6 

1 

33 

13 

630 



Marathi. 






33 



1 
6 
1 

8 



1 
2 
1 



6 
2 

4 



1 

5 
1 

19 



8 
6 



14 



1 
1 



7 

3 

7 
1 
1 

19 



101 



Others. 



46 



41 



41 



•*■ 
... 

... 
... 



... 
... 
... 
... 
... 
... 
... 



... 
... 

... 
... 
... 



... 
... 
... 
... 
... 
... 



2 
2 



97 



8 



28 



33 
3 

36 



2 
1 



... 
... 
•*• 

... 
... 
..» 



5 
6 

1 
1 

13 



... 
.*• 
••• 
... 



6 
2 



9 



•.. 



3 

t 



15 

t 
1 
1 

19 

1 

116 



212 

Coosns of Central India, 1901. 

H=ir (1 Alphabetical list o£ the Castes, Tribes and Races recorded in the Census of 1901 
Sc«sikh. in the Central India Agency with their usual occuaption and main 

"" ' Provincial distribution. 



C=Cbristia 
A=Animist 



Religion. 



1 



H. 

» 

»> 
A. 

8. 

J. 



E. 

?j 
»> 
)> 

u 

»• 

M. 
H. 

it 

i> 
M. 

J. 

H. 

J. 

H. 

J. 

«» 
H. 

»♦ 

M. 
H. 

V 

>» 
J> 
)* 
» 

»» 

M. 



H. 

M. 
H. 

JETF. 
H. 

M. 
H. 
M. 
H. 
M. 
H. 

»» 
M. 

H. 

J. 

A. 

It 

M. 
H. 

J. 

M. 

H. 

»» 

s. 
J. 

H. 
»» 

C. 
H. 
M. 
H. 



Caste, Tribe, or Race. 



A gar i A 

Ahir 

Ajna 

Alia 

Artkh 

Arora 

A so 



A. 



B. 



Babaji (Not a caste) 
Bachhada 

Badhai (Vide Khati and Sutar) 
Badigar (Bazigar) 
Bagri 

Bahelia ^ 

Baiga 
Do. 

Bairagi (Not a caste) 
Baiswar 
Balai 
Bale w a 

Bania — Agarwal 
Do. 

Mahesri 
Do. 

Oswal 
Do. 

Saravgi 
^ Others 
Banjara 
Do. 
Banspbor (Basor) 
Barai 
Barar 
Bargahi 
Bargunda 
Bari 
Barid 
Basuba 
Behna 






If 



Usual Occapatioo. 



Numerical 
Strengtli. 



••• 
••• 
••• 



•*• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•*• 
••• 

• * • 
••• 

• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
•*• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•*• 
••• 
**■ 
••• 
••• 

• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Salt and lime workers 
Cattle breeding and graziug 
Agriculture 

Do. 
Hunting and Agriculture 
Traders 
Do. 



•■• 
••• 
••• 
■ •• 
•• • 
••• 



3,665 

326,157 

23,349 

323 

2,142 

13 

102 



Devotees 

Acrobats 

Carpenters 

Jugglers 

Hunting 

Do. 
Animistic priests 
Agriculture 
Ascetics and Devotees 
Agriculture and Service 
Village Service 
Hunting 



•»• 



>- Merchants and Bankers. 



Carriers by pack animals 

Do. do. 

Mat-makers and canesplitters 
Agriculture 

Mat makers and cane splitters 
Agriculture 
Mat-makers 
Leaf -plate makers 
Mat makers 
Sweepeis 
Cotton cleaners 



• •• 



•• 



••• 



• •• 



••• 



••• 






Beldar 

Do. 
Bemariha 

Bene Israel 

Bhambi 

Bhand 

Do. 
Bhandarl 

Bhangi (vide Mchtar) 
Bhanmati 

Do. 
Bharbhunja (Bhujwa) 
Bharewa 
Bharud 
Bhat 

Bhatcra (Bania) 
Bhil 
Bhilala 
Bhisti 

Bhoi (vide Dhimar, Kahar, and ^fahara') 
Bijawargi (Bania) 
Bisnia do. 

Bohra 
Brahm an — J i j hot ia 



••• 
••• 
••• 
•*■ 
••• 

• •• 
••• 
•■• 
•*• 
• . • 
••I 
•*• 

• .• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



• •• 



••• 



•• • 



• •• 



)♦ 
Do. 

Do. 

Bunkar 

Bywar 

Canadian 
Chamar 

Do. 
Charan 



Shrigod 

Shrimali 

Others 



C. 



••• 
... 
•■• 
••• 
•* • 
•« . 
• . • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
•*• 

••• 
••• 
••« 
••• 



Earth workers and Stone dressers 
(Occupational group) 

Do. 

Animistic Priests 
Service 

Leather workers 
Mimis 
Do. 

Distillers and Toddy drawers 
Scavengers 
Actors and Mimes 

Do. do. 

Parchers of grain 
Brass and Copper smiths 
Agriculture 
Genealogists & legend singers ... 
Traders 
Hunting and robbey 

Do. 
Agriculture and hunting 
Water bearers, (occupation group) 
Do. ._ 

Traders 
Do. 

Priests 

• • • 

Do. 

Weavers 
Agriculture 



••• 



6,207 

1,484 

98 297 

63 

22,160 

1,938 

9,158 

10 

32,264 

6,434 

204,272 

6 

41,637 

1,438 

19,935 

411 

6,159 

48,290 

13,644 

173,076 

26,984 

395 

774 

16,386 

2,533 

3,730 

38,135 

12,036 

18 

2,838 

192 






•«• 



Leather workers 

Do. 
GenealogiBtB and lege&d aingara^ii 



*•• 



6,964 

571 

1,801 

• 6 

6,778 

353 

70 

6 

2,442 

239 

50 

7,968 

288 

9,366 

31,944 

158 

5 

206,934 

131,280 

1,254 

68,768 

3 

15,693 

53,781 

12,58:^ 

2,244 

819,713 

7 

24 

4,690 

511 



16 

733,144 

7 

^ 4,008 



Main Provincial Distributioi 



Baghelkhand. 

General. 

Malwa. 

Western part of Central India. 
Eastern do. 

Indore Residency. 
Bhopal. 



Western part of Central India. 

Malwa. 

General, except Indore & Bhop 

Indore Residency. 

Malwa. 

Baghelkhand. 

Do. 
Malwa. 
General. 
Baghelkhand. 

Western part of Central India, 
Bhopal. 



« 



General. 



•Western part of Central India. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

Eastern. 
Bundelkhand. 
Baghelkhand. 
General. 

Eastern part of Central India, 
Bundelkhand. 
Baghelkhand. 
Bhopal. 



General 

Bhopal 

Baghelkhand 

Indore Residency 

Western part of Central India. 

Do. 
Gwalior and Malwa. 
Indore Residency & Bhopawar. 
Western part of Centml India. 

Bhopal. 

General. 

Eastern part of Central India. 

Bhopawar and Indore. 

General. 

Indore Residency. 

Do. 
Mostly in Bhopawar and Malw 
Bhopawar. 
Western part of Central Indii 

Do. 
Bhopal. 

Western part of Central India. 

Bundelkhand. 

Western part of Central In'iia 

Do. 
General. 

Indore Residency. 
Gwalior, Indore R. and Malwa 
Bu(i<ielkhand and Malwa. 
BagiiJkhand. 



Indoro Residency. 

General 

Mal«a. 

Western part «£ Ceikti 



Census of Central India 1901. 



213 



Alphabetical list of the Castes, Tribes and Races recorded in the Census of 1901 in the Central India 
Agency with their usual occupatioQ and main Provincial distribution. — (Continued). 



Religion. 



Caste, Tribe, or Race. 



H 



n 

>» 
J 

H 



H 
AI 
H 

?> 

M 
II 
M 
H 

t> 
M 

H 

M 

H 

?> 

n 

M 
H 

H 
H 

j> 
M 

U 






C 



Clihatri— Rftjput 
Thakiir 
Others 

Chili pa 

Chidar 

Chikwa 

Chirwa 

Chobdar 

Chooka (Bania) 

Chunpach 



Dadiro 
Dafali 
Dahayat 
Dakotra 

Dangi 

Durbes (Darwesh) 

Daroi 

Darugar 

Darwan 

Darzi (Vide Shimpi) 

Do. 
Deswali (Thakurs) 

Do. 
Dhakad 

Dhaini (a sect) 
Dhaogar 
Dhanuk 

Do. 

Dhanwar 
Dharki 
Dhati 

Dhimar (vide Bhoi Kahar and Mahara) 
Dhirkar 
Dhobi 

Do. 

Dholi 

Doni 

Do, 

E 



East Indian 

English 

Eurasian 



••• 
• .• 
••• 
• . . 



••• 
••• 

• *• 



••• 



« • • 

• •• 
••• 

• *• 
. •• 
••• 



Faquir 
French 



G 



Usual Occupation. 



H 


Gachha 


• 1 


Gadaria 


ij 


Gahoja (vide Mirdlia) 


T) 


Gandhi 


?J 


Gaoli 


)) 


Gasti 


J 


Gelora (Bania) 


H 


Gelot 


C 


German 


H 


Ghanchi (Teli) 


M 


Ghosi 


C 


Goaneso 


J 


Godwalia (Bania) 


H 


Gola (Ghosi, Gualn; 


J 


Golanalal (Bania) 


A 


Gond 


H 


Goiidliali 


J 


Gothwal (Bania) 





Gre^'k 


II 


(-iudhelia 


»» 


Gujar 


J 


Gujarathi (Bania) 


11 


Gurav 



Land-lord and Alilitary and 
general service 

Weavers 

Agriculture 

Butchers 

Fishermen, Boatmen 

Agriculture and eervice 

Traders 

Lime-burners 



Agriculture 

Ballad singers and Drummers 

Menials 

Astrologers to low castes and 

tribes 
Agriculture 
Wandering tribe 

Disreputable livers ... 

Ammunition makers (occupational 

group) 
Menials »•• 

Tailors (occupational group) 

Ditto ditto 

Military service 

Ditto 
Agriculture 

Service, chiefly temple 
iShepherds and and weavers 
Agriculture 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto and hunting 

Ditto ditto 
Fishermen and water bearers 
Pedlers 
Washermen, (occupational group) 

Ditto ditto 

Dnimmers 
Dancers and singers 
Ditto 



Numerical 
strength. 



Ascetics 



Mat makers and cane splitttT 

Cattle breeding and grazing 

Service 

Perfmners 

Cattle breeding and grazing 

Service 

Traders 

Agi'iculture and service 



... 



Oil pressors 

Cattle breeding and grazing 



Traders 

Cattle breeding and grazing milk 

selling 
Traders 

Hunting and ai^ricuUure 
Dancers and singers 
Traders 



AgricuUuro 
dittu 
Traders 
Temple servants 



and service 



4,87,957 

67,732 

1,02,578 

17,212 

7,871 

1,449 

776 

1,186 

198 

191 



21 
3,543 
2,300 

972 

41.883 

5 

467 

37 

594 

67,323 

136 

8,622 

13 

44,9.^)3 
5> 

10,3*61 

9,698 

6 

352 

25 

9 

66,212 

3,402 

80,594 

277 

9,260 

5,211 

34 



^lain Provincial Distribution. 



4 

3,303 

G70 



12,863 

48 



} 



General. 

Do. 

Western part of Central India. 
Baghelkhand and Indore Resy. 

Do. 
Gwalior. 
Bhopal. 
Bhopawar and Bundelkhund. 



Gwalior. 

Bhopal. 

Bundclkhand. 

Western part of Central India. 
General except Baghelkhand. 
Indoro Residency. 
Bhopal. 

Gwalior. 

Baghelkhand. 

General. 

Bhopal. 

Western part of Central India. 

Malwa. 

Western part of Central India. 

Bundelkhand. 

Indore R. Bhopawar and Malwa. 

Western part of Central India. 

Malwa. 

Baghelkhand. 

Bundelkhand. 

Bhopal. 

General except Indoro. 

Haghelkhand. 

General. 

Western part of C. 1. except 

Bhopawar. 
General except Bundelkhand. 
Baghelkhand. 
Bhopal. 



Indore Residency 
General. 
Do. 



General. 

Bundelkhand, Bhopawar, 
Inilore Residency. 



and 






564 

1,49,230 

80 

208 

20,?)63 

61 

8 

10,623 

11 

28 

150 

390 

G 

10,126 

12 

1,95,015 

107 

20 

3 

16 

1,(U,179 

189 

853 



Bhopal, Malwa, and Indore. 

General. 

Gwalior. 

Western part of Central India. 

General. 

Gwalior. 

Baghelkhand. 

Bhopal. 

Indore Residency. 

Malwa. 

Bhopal and Indole. 

Indore Residency. 

Bhopal. 

Western part of Central Indiu. 

Bhopil. 

General. 

Indore and Bhopawar. 

Bliopal. 

Indore Residency. 

Bhopal. 

General. 

Bhopal and Indore Residency. 

Western part of Central India. 



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214 



Alphabetical list o£ the Castes, Tribes and Races recorded in the Census of 1901 in the Central Ind 
Agency with their usual occupation and main Provincial distribution. — {Continued). 



Keligion. 



II 
fl 



II 
J 
II 

J 

Jew 

II 

tj 
«» 



M 
H 



>» 

j» 
i» 

H 

j> 

n 

M 
H 

«> 
M 
H 

ji 
•» 

?> 

)' 

•» 

J 

H 
J 
II 

^? 

M 
A 

H 

>» 

^? 

A 

H 
A 
U 

S 
H 

»t 
f* 

M 

II 

)♦ 
J' 



H 



Caste, Tribe, or Race. 



Usual Occupation. 



H 
Halwai 
Harbola 

Ilijda (Not a caste) 
Hijra do. 



Jagwa 

Jeswal (Bania) 

Jangra 

Jat 

Jathi 

Jew 

Jhamral (Zamral) 

Jingar 

Jogeshwari (Jogi) 

Joslii 

Julaha 



••• 
••• 
••• 
• • • 



• •• 

• • • 



• • ■ 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



Kaclicra 

Do. 
Kachhi 
Kagdi 

Kahar (vide Bhoi Dhimar, and Mahara) 
Kakaigar 
Kalal 
Kalawat 
Kalbelia 
Kalota 
Kamaria 
Kamnigar 
Kanarclii 
Kandera 
Kanjar 

Do.. 
Kerhera 

Kernoti (V. Nat) 
Kasai 
Kasera 
Kathak 
Eatia 
Kayasth 
Kir 
Kewat 
Khairwar 

Khanderwal (Bania) 
Kliangar 

Khairwal (Bania) 
Elharsola 

Khati(Firfe Badliai and Sutar) 
Khatik 
Khatri 
Khcrwa 
Khoja 
Kirar 
Kol 

Koli ' 

Koniti 

Kondar 

Kori 

Korku 

Koshti(Koslite) 

Kotwal 

Kowal 

Kshatriya 

Kuchbandia 

Kumawat 

Kumbar (Kuuihar. Kumbhar) 

Kumhar 

Kunbi 

Kurmi 

Kunwar 



L&bhana 
Lad (Bania) 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
• •• 



•• • 

• •• 
••• 
••• 

••■ 
••• 

• • . 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Confectioners,(Occupational group) 
Disreputable livers 
Dancers and singers 
Do. 



Numercial 
strength. 



Musicians 
Traders 
Military service 

Do. and Agriculture 
Miscellaneous 
Service 

Disreputable livers 
Harness makers, (occupational 

group) 
Devotees 

Astrologers, Genealogists 
Weavers, (occupational group) ... 



Glass and lac workers 

Agriculture and market gardening 
Paper maker, (occupational group ) 
Water bearers and Pulki bearers... 
Brass nnd coppersmiths 
Distillers and Toddy drawers 
Drummers and singers (occ. gr.)... 
Snake charmers 
Agriculture 

Do. and service 
Carpenters and turners 
Musicians 
Cotton cleaners 
Disreputeable livers 
Do. 

• ■ • 

Miscellaneous 

Jugglers 

Butchers .^ 

Glass and lac workers 

Dancers and Singers — 

Fishermen, boatmen, &c., 

Writers 

Fishermen 

Boatmen, Fishermen 

Leather workers 

Traders 

Service 

Traders 

Salt makers 

Carpenters 

Butchers 

Tradere 

Disreputable livers 

Traders 

Agriculture and hunting 

Hunting and collecting Jungle 

produce 
Fishermen and weavers 
Pedlers 

Disreputable livers 
Weavers 
Hunting and collecting jungle 

produce 
Weavers 

Hunting and Robberj- 
Agriculture 
Military Service 
Agriculture 

Do. 
Potters 

Do. 
Agriculture 

Do. 
Menial service 



... 



Carriers by pack animals 
Traders 



1,244 

192 

9 

1 



5)2 

888 

610 

53,770 

87 

18 

623 

548 

9 

10,608 

1,249 



... 



4,088 

417 

353,095 

25 

30,588 

212 

62,094 

99 

695 

17,233 

2,021 

130 

442 

17,430 

1,627 

8 

11 

766 

918 

4,353 

2 

795 

79,684 

4,272 

21,613 

6,9o6 

324 

32,988 

16 

2,871 

59,387 

19,301 

4,070 

274 

1 

96,376 

156,357 

32,208 

87 

7,915 

141,541 

9,667 

12,676 

32,358 

37 

56 

90 

9,313 

138,150 

21 

56,468 

174,935 

90 



1,910 
10 



Main Provincial Distributioi 



General. 

Bhopawar. 

Bhopal and Gwalior. 

Gwalior. 



General except Baghelkhand. 

Bhopal and Malwa. 

Bundelkhand. 

General. 

Indore Residency and Malwa. 

Indore Resy, Bhopal, and Mai 

Bhopawar. 

General. 

Bundelkhand. 
General. 
Do. 



Eastern part of Central India. 

Bundelkhand. 

General. 

Bhopawar and Baghelkhand. 

General except Bundelkhand. 

Bundelkhand and Bhopal. 

General. 

Gwalior. 

Bhopawar and Baghelkhand 

Western part of Central India 

Eastern do. 

Malwa, Indore, and Bhopal. 

Gwalior and Malwa, 

General. 

Do. 
Bundelkhad. 
Gwalior. 
Bundelkhand. 

Western part of Central India. 

General. 

Gwalior. 

Bhopal and Bhopwar. 

General. 

Western part of Ceatral India. 
Eastern do. 
Bundelkhand. 

Western part of Central India. 

Generah 

Bhopal. 

General. 

Western part of Central India. 
General. 

Do. except Baghelkhand. 
Gwalior and Bundelkhand. 
Malwa. 
General except Baghelkhand. 

Eastern part of C. I. and Bhoj 

Western part of Central India 

Indore. 

Bundelkhand. 

General. 

Bhopal. 
General. 

Do. 
Malwa. 

Indore Residency. 
Bhopal, Malwa and Bundelkhi 
Western part of Central Indii 
General. 
Indore Residency. 

General except Baghelkhund. 

General. 

Bhopal and Bhopawar. 



Bhopawar, Baghelkhand 

Malwa. 
Indore Residencv, 



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215 



Alphabetical list of the Castes, Tribes and Races recorded in the Census of 1901 in the Central India 
Agency, with their usual Occupation and main Provincial Distribution. — (Continued.) 



Ileligion. 



H. 

M. 

J. 

H. 

»? 

M. 

H. 



Al. 
H. 

M. 
H. 

j» 
j» 
)> 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

1* 

A. 

M. 
H. 
M. 
H. 



M. 

J. 

M. 

H. 



11 
11 
11 



11 
11 
11 

M 

J 

H 

M 

H 

C 

H 

M 

J 

H 



11 
11 
11 
>i 
J 



Caste, Tribe, or Race. 



Lakhera 

Laman 

Lilgar 

Ditto 

Lodasa (Bauia) 

Lodhi 

Lobar 

Ditto 

Lunia 



■•• 

• •! 

• •• 

• •• 

• • • 
!• • 

• •• 
■ •• 

• •• 



M. 



Madari 

Mttdrasi 

Mabar 

Mabara (vide Bboi, Dbimar and Kabar) 

Mabotia 

Maika 

Maji 

Makwana 

Mali 

Mallab 

Manbbau (a sect) 

Manibar 

Mankar 

Maratlia 

Maru 

Matbba 

Mawai 

Ma war 

Mawasi 

Meghwal 

Mehtar (ride Bbangi) 

Mer 

Mewati 

Mina 

Mirasi 

Mirdba 

Ditto 

Mocbi 



Ditto 

Mod (Bania) 

Mogbal 

Mogbia 

Mudaba 

Mudbpal 

Murai 



N. 



Nabal 
Nai 

Naik 

Nargir 
Narsingpuri 
Nat 
Do. 
Natb 

Native Cbristian 
Nayata 
Do. 
Nima (Bania) 

Odo 



H 1 Pacbora 

Ptbari 

Pakbia 

Pala 

Paliba 

Palliwal (Bania) 

Panika 

Pansari 
„ I Parbbu 
„ Pardbi 
„ Purote (Purohit) 
Z Pars! 



••• 



••• 



••• 
••• 

• •• 
••» 

••• 



••• 

••• 
••• 



••• 
• •• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••« 
••• 



Usnal Occupation. 



Lac workers 

Carriers 

Dyers 

Do. do. 

Traders 
Agriculture 
Black-smitb 

Do. 
Salt workers and labourers 



••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 

• • • 

• • • 



Exbibitors of trained animals 

Cooks 

Village watcbmon and menials 

Menials 

Elepbant trainers and drivers 

Agriculture 

Hunting 

Agriculture and service 

Gardening and agriculture 

Boatmen 

Temple servants 

Glass- Workers 

Agriculture 

Military service 

Weavers 

Disreputable livers 

Do. 

Do. 
Hunting 

Disreputable livers 
Scavengers 
Hunting 
Service 

Hunting and Robbery ». 

Ballad recitors & musicians 
Service (village &c.) 

Do. 
Sboe makers and leatber workers 



«•• 



Ditto 
Traders 

Military service 
Hunting and agriculture 
Disreputable livers 
Cultivators 

Vegetable growers and 
and Agriculture 



••• 
••• 
••• 



sellers 



Hunting 
Barbers 

Hunting and carriers by pack 
animals ... 

Disreputable livers 
Traders 
Acrobats 
Ditto 
Devotees 



Agriculture 

Ditto 
Traders 

Eartb workers 

Traders 

Hunting 

Drummers 

Labourers and cultivators 

Ditto 
Traders 
Weavers 
Grocers 
Writers 

Hunters and fowlers 
Priests (to low caste) 
Traders 



••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
•• • 
• •• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
••• 
••• 



Numerical 
strengtb. 



Main Provincial Distribution. 



8 

9,5Go 

374 

367 

711 

219,637 

93,616 

«)38 

6,311 



200 

68 

7,806 

6,491 

74 

14 

25,578 

5 

73,918 

6,641 

68 

461 

12,118 

34,306 

1,944 

1,971 

1,647 

29 

1,442 

1,184 

47,471 

2,607 

3 

103,201 

663 

10,038 

26 

6,819 



413 

7 

16,076 

6.381 

4,299 

1,093 

2,102 



6,017 
164,621 

9,146 

172 

71 

13,608 

603 

10,612 

3,464 

196 

3,980 

136 

1,648 

81 

291 

1,146 

864 

338 

30 

24,276 

223 

717 

6,104 

121 

1,002 



Malwa. 

General. 

Bundelkband. 

Bbopal and Bundelkband. 

Western part of Central India. 

General. 

Do. 
Western part of Central India. 
General. 



Western part of Central India. 

Indore Residency. 

Western part of Central India. 

Eastern part of Central India. 

Bbopal. 

Bundelkband. 

Bagbelkband. 

Bbopawar and Indore. 

General. 

Western part of Central India. 

Indore Residency. 

Gwalior, Bagbelkband & Malwa. 

Bbopawar and Indore. 

General. 

Bbopawar. 

Do. 
Bagbelkband. 
Indore Residency. 
Bundelkband 
Bbopawar 
General 

Bbopal and Gwalior 
Gwalior 
General 

Western part of Central India. 
Gwalior and Bbopal. 
Indore. 
General. 



Malwa. 

Indore Residency. 

General. 

Western part of Central India. 

Bagbelkband. 

Gwalior and Bbopal. 

General. 



Western part of Central India. 
General. 

Western part of Central India. 

Malwa. 

Indore Residency. 

General. 

Gwalior, Bbopal and Malwa. 

General except Bagbelkband. 

General. 

Indore. 

Western part of Central India. 

Indore and Bbopal, 

Gwalior, Malwa and Bagbelkband. 

Bbopal and Bbopawar. 

Gwalior and Bbopawar. 

Bagbelkband. 

Gwalior and Bbopal. 

Bagbelkband. 

Gwalior and Bbopal. 

Bagbelkband. 

Bbopal. 

Indore Resy, Bbopal and Malwa. 

General except Bagbelkband. 

Bbopawar and Malwa. 

General 



Census of Central India 1901. 



216 



Alpb abetical list of the Castes, Tribes and Races recorded in the Census of 1901 in the Central India 

Agency, with their usual Occupation and main Provincial Distribution. — (Concld). 



Beligion. 



J 
H 

j> 
M 

H 

A 

H 

jj 

j» 
M 

H 

M 

H 

C 

J 

H 



H 

>» 

» 

?» 
>» 



H 
H 

» 
)) 

A 
H 
S 
M 
H 

5» 
>» 
>» 
Vt 

M 
H 

>» 
» 

» 
»? 
»» 



H 

J) 
)) 
j« 

j» 
>» 



II 



Caste, Tribe or Race. 



P. 



Parwar (Bania) 

Parwar (Parmar) 

Pasi 

Pathan 

Pathari 

Patlia 

Patwa 

Pdwak 

Pawara (Thakur) 

Pindara 

Pindari 

Pinjara 

Pinjari 

Pirola 

Portugnese 

Porwar (Bania) 

Pudar 






•• • 
••• 



••• 
••• 

••• 



R. 



Raghuwansi (Thakur) 

Ramjani (Not a caste) 

Kamoshi do. 

Rangda (Rajput) 

Ratharia 

Rawat 

Begar (Rehgar) 

Rewar 

Rora (Rajput) 



• ■• 

• «• 
••• 
••• 



S. 



Sadhu (unspecified) 

Safardai (not a caste) 

Saiyad 

Salvi 

Sansi 

Sanyasi (not a caste) 

Sarangia 

Sarbhangi (Bhangi) 

Sargara 

Seheria 
Sendho 
Seni 
Shaikh 
Shikari 

Shimpi (V. Darzi) 
Sigarha 
Sikhi 
Sikligar 
Do. 
Silawat 
Sirwi 

Sonar (Sunar) 
Sondhia 
Sonkar 
Sor 
Sutar (V. Badhai and Ehati) 



T. 



H 



Tadvi 

Tambat 

Tamboli 

Taniera 

Tarkihar 

Tatka 

Teli 

Thatera 

Thori 

Tutkar 



(Tamoli) 



• •• 

• •• 
••• 
••• 



U. 



Umrao 



V. 



••• 
••• 
••• 

• •• 
••■ 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• • . 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 

• •■ 

• • • 

• •• 

• •• 

• ■• 

• •• 

...1 



• ■• 
•«• 

• •• 

• •I 

• •• 



• •• 

• •• 

• •I 

• . • 



• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



• •• 

• • • 

• •• 



Vidur 



Usual Occupation. 



Traders 

Military service 
Hunting 
Military service 
Animistic priests 
Hunting and Agriculture 
Beads and necklace makers 
Disreputable livers ... 
Agriculture and service 
Disreputable livers ... 

Do. 
Cotton cleaners 

Do. 
Miscellaneous 



Traders 
Miscellaneous 



• a. 

• «• 

• •• 

• •• 

• • • 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



• •• 



■ • • 
• •• 



• •• 



Military service 
Dancers and singers 
Disreputable livers ... 
Military srvice 

Do. 

Do. 
Salt and lime workers 
Shepherds and wool weavers 
Military service 



Devotees 

Dancers and singers 

Service 

Weavers 

Hunting and miscellaneous 

Ascetic 

Dancers and singers 

Scavengers 

Hunting and collecting 

produce 
. Do. 
Disreputable livers ... 
Military service 

Do. 
Hunting 
Tailors 
Disreputable livers ... 

Do. 
Knife grinders 

Do. 
Stone workers 
Agriculture 

Gold and silver smiths 
Agriculture and dacoity 
Agriculture 
Hunting 
Carpenters 



••• 
• *• 
••I 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
•.. 
••• 



••• 
»* . 

• .• 



jungle 



•.. 
•.. 
••• 
••. 
••• 
••• 
... 
••• 
•*. 
••• 
•«. 

• a. 

• •• 

• .. 

• a. 

• •■ 

• •* 
... 



Hunting 

Brass and copper smiths 

Betel leaf sellers 

•^ **• • • • 

Disreputable livers ... 
Agriculture 
Oil pressers 

Brass and copper smiths 
Pedlcrs 
Agriculture 



Disreputable livers ... 



... 
••• 
••• 

... 



••• 



... \ Writers 



•.• 



Numerical 
strength. 



346 

524 

2,813 

148,424 

2,325 

1,411 

4,806 

9,286 

2,099 

143 

3,610 

594 

17,193 

39 

196 

6,911 

5 



6,444 

16 

4 

7,823 

206 

32,203 

80 

1,704 

3 



4,417 

13 

38,484 

970 

69 

1,129 

91 

8 

705 

46,361 

10,886 

3 

201,884 

97 

133 

459 

123 

6,118 

168 

4,419 

8,495 

7^,260 

79,733 

528 

14,677 

21,416 



2,131 

51 

16,887 

2,230 

1,129 

11 

163,028 

445 

234 

11 



276 



447 



Main Provincial Distribution. 



Gwalior, Bhopal aad Malwa. 
Indore Residency. 
General. 

Do. 
Baghelkhtnd. 
Bhopawar. 
General. 
Baghelkhand. 
Bhopawar. 

Gwalior and Indore Residency. 
Bhopal and Bhopawar. 

I Western part of Central India. 

Indore and Malwa. 
Indore Residency. 
General. 
Gwalior. 



Bhopal. 

Gwalior, Baghelkhand and Malwi 
Indore. 

Western part of Central India. 
Bhopawar. 

Western part of Central India. 

Malwa. 

Bhopal and Malwa. 

Malwa. 



General 

Indore Residency and Malwa. 
General. 

Western part of Central India. 

Indore and Malwa. 

Western part of Central India. 

Baghelkhand. 

Buudelkhand. 

Indore Residency. 

General except Bundelkhand. 

Bhopal. 

Indore and Baghelkhand. 

Genernl. 

Gwalior. 

Indore Residency. 

Baghelkhand. 

Bhopawar. 

General. 

Gwalior and Bhopal. 

Western part of Central India. 

Bhopawar. 

General. 

Bhopal and Malwa. 

Bhopawar. 

Bhopal and Bundelkhand. 

Western part of Central India. 



Bhopawar. 

Indore. 

General. 

Eastern part of CeatralDtdia. 

Baghelkhand. 

Malwa. 

General. 

G walior. 

Malwa. 

Indore. 



Baghelkhan.l. 



Western part of Central India. 



Census of Central India 1901. 



217 



Variation in Area of Central India Agency since 1881, 




Area in 



II 



Gwalior Residency : — 

Gwalior portion 

Raghogarh 

Padone 

Gorhha 

Umri 

Dhanaoda 

Bhadanra 

Sirsi 

Khiaoda 

Agra Barkhera 

Kathone 

Kaniadhana 

Chhabra Pergan of 

Tonk State 
6 una Cantonment ... 
Gwalior Residency... 



Ill 



Indore Residency : — 

Indore portion 
Mhow Cantonment 
A. G. G.'s Camp 



Baghelkhand Agency : — 

Kiwa and Satna 

Nagode 

Maihar 

Sobawal 

Kothi ... 

Baraunda •.. 

Jasso 

Paldeo ,., 

Pahra 

Taraon 

Bhaisonda 

Kamta Rajola 



V 



Bhopal Agency : — 

Bhopal 

llajgarh 

Narsingarh 

Khilchipur 

Kurwai 

Petty states 

Dewas S. B. portion... 

Dewas J. B. 

Dliar do. 

Gwalior do. 

Indore do. 

Tonk do. 

Silior Cantt. 

Suthalia 



Bhopawar Agency : — 



Dliar 




1,76600 


Jhabna 




1,336-48 


A lira j pur 




836-00 


Barwani 




1,17800 


Jobat 




130 07 


Katliiwada 




70-80 


Matbwnr 




12900 


Potty Estates 




121-50 


Indore portion 




4,084-00 


Gwalior do. 




1,300-27 


Manpnr (British) 




6-70 


Sardarpur 




117 



18,064-27 
17,019-96 



607-67 



11100 

312-50 
1-97 
117 



1,367-25 

1,350-15 
5-75 
1-35 



14,323-80 

12,676-60 

601-40 

40600 

212-90 

168-80 

217-40 

7210 

2800 

10*10 

14-60 

1200 

400 



12,84185 

6,859-30 

880-20 

60960 

272*90 

144-60 

143-45 

6100 

61-32 

10-00 

1,387-28 

1,89400 

879-60 

1-70 

77-00 



10,967-99 



1891. 



1881. 



No. 



State or Estate. 



Area in 



1901. 



1891. 



Y •••t4* 



111-00 



14,323*80 

12,676-60 

501-40 

406-00 

212-90 

168-80 

21740 

72.10 

28-00 

lO-lO 

14-50 

12-00 

4-00 



6,996-90 
957-20 
669-60 
272-90 

• 144-60 
113-10 



878-10 



1,775-0 
1,257-8 

860-1 
1,178-8 

121-6 ' 
70-8 

129-0 

121-5 



C-7 



VI I Bundelkhand Agency :— I 9,85170 



( 



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323G3 



238-00 
74-00 



149-00 



6,872-9 
655-36 
622-88 
272-96 
139-36 

6y-oi 



VII 



VIII 



1,739-68 
1,336-48 

836-63 
1,362-25 

132-32 
6816 

140-20 

133-00 



Orcbha 

Datia 

Samtbar 

Panna 

Cbarkbari 

Cbbatarpur 

Bijawar 

Ajaigarh 

Baoni 

Alipura 

Gauriliar 

Tori Fatebpur 

Lugbasi 

Sari II a 

Garauli 

Beri 

Bihat 

Jigni 

Rebai Naigaon 

Bilehri 



Bijna 
Dburwni 
Baoka Pahari 
Indore portion 
Nowgong Canit. 
Difference in Cbhatar- 
pur 



... 
... 
• . • 



Indore Agency : — 



Dewas J. B. portion 
Dewas S. B. do. .. 
Bagli 

Patbai*t 

Karodia 

Uni 

Gwalior portion 



Alalwa Agency 



Jaora 

Batlam 

Sitamau 

Sailana 

Piploda and Pantli- 

Jpiploda 

Gwalior portion 

Thakuraits, &c. 

Dewas portions. B ... 

Dewas „ Jt B.... 

Indore „ 

Firawa (Tonk) 



<»Dewa8 S. B. 
Dewas J. B. 
Gwalior 
Indore 



... 
... 
... 
... 



Total Central India 



2,079-80 
91115 
178-10 
2,492-00 
702-90 
1,115-11 
965-00 
771-40 
122-50 
72-80 
7310 
3600 
46-60 
32-50 
36-70 
3200 
16-00 
22-30 
7-60 
4-70 

27-01 
18-00 

4-64 
36-75 

7-50 

39-54 



777-38 



244-41 
207-00 
108-00 

20-00 

10-50 

5.00 

182-47 



10,597-66 



568-00 


902-20 


350-00 


500-00 


52-39 


5,068-70 


38-70 


13400 


13417 



2,591-50 
258-00 



2,079-80 
912-50 
178-10 
2,4920 
702-90 
1,157-90 
965-00 
771-40 
122-50 
72 80 
73-10 
57-00 
46-60 
32-50 
36-70 
32-00 
1600 
22-30 
7-60 
4-70 

27-01 

18-00 

4-60 



Included in 



Included in 
Gwalior 



691-5 
729-5 
198-5 
309-8 

Included in 



1881. 



2,014-74 
836-80 
173-74 
2,568-33 
787-5 
1,169-34 
973-56 
802-30 
116-80 
69-44 
72-70 
In Orcbba 
47-20 
35-62 
2500 
27-84 
1312 
21-28 
7-6 
In Cbbatar- 

pur. 
In Orcbha. 
In Orcbha. 
4-64 



Chhatarpur. 



681-28 
728-96 



113-60 



Jaora. 



78,771-90 



! 



88260 

25,616-30 
9,715-90 

78,169-20 



I 



289-44 

26,046-48 
8,400-11 

75,229-64 



^Iv t^ ft'®* ^^ ^^ ^t&ii!A\ivnTig^Tt\oiiA in different Agencies. 



Q8U8 of Central India 1901. 



218 



Statement showing Area of Political Charges and States in Central India by Natural Divisions in 1901. 





Agency. 


Pcrgana, Zilla or Prant 


Area in square miles. 














Remarks. 


tm 

J 




(with State). 






Low-lying 
Tracts. 






3 

3 

5 






Total. 


Plateau. 


Hilly Tracts. 






2 


3 


4 


6 


6 


7 


8 


I 


Gwalior Residency 


. Gwalior : — Gwalior Prant 
Isagarh „ 


5,884-00 
11,135-96 


11,135-96 


6,884-00 










Total 


17,019-96 


11,135-96 


5,884M 










The rest of the Residency 


1,034-31 


1,034-31 












Gwalior Residency ... 


18,054-27 


12,170-27 


5,884-00 






II 


Indore Residency 


The whole Residency 


1,367-25 


1,357-25 








111 


Baghelkhand Agency 


Rixca : — Bardi 

Ramnagar 
Sohagpur 
Other Perganas 


2,912-00 
2,775-00 
3,535-GO 
3,454-60 




3,45*4-60 


2,912-00 
2,775-00 
3,63500 








Total 


12fil6'60 




3,454-60 


9,222-00 








Nagode : — Unchhera 


13100 






131-00 








Dhanwai 


2900 






29-00 








Parasmania 


130-00 






130-00 








Other Perganas 


211-40 


...... 


211-40 








* 


Total 
i/a i'Aa r :— A 11 Perga nas 
The remaining States and Estates 


501-40 
406-00 
739*80 


•••••• 

t 


211-40 
739-80 


290-00 
406-00 








Baghelkhand Agency 


14,323-80 




4,405-80 


0,01800 




IV 


Bhopal Agency 


Bhopal .-—Bari 

Baraili 

Bhaironda 

Mardanpur 

Odeypura 

Shahguoj 

Bamori 

Deori 

Gairatganj 

Garhi ... 

Jaithari 


199-40 
211-90 
305*70 
309-50 
169-70 
178-30 
160-40 
160-00 
126-70 
127*90 
134-60 


•••••• 




199-40 
211-90 
305-70 
309-50 
169-70 
178-30 
160-40 

150-00 
126-70 
127-90 
134-60 






• 


Mahalpur 

Raisen 

Silvani 


14000 
264-80 
217-80 






140-00 
264-80 
217-80 
169-00 




\ 




Chipaner 


169-00 












Other Perganas ... 


4.003-60 


ioo's-oo 


• 








Total 


6y8b9-30 


4,003-00 




2,855-70 








Indore portion : — Harangaon ... 


143-25 






143-26 








Kataphod ... 


265-50 






265-60 








Nemawar ... 


184-lK) 






184-00 








Rajor 


277-25 






277-25 








Sat was 


189-00 






189K)0 








The rest 


335-00 


335-00 












Total 


1,394-00 


333-00 




1,05900 








The rest of the Agency 


4,688-55 


4,688-66 












Bhopal Agency 


12,841-85 


8,027-15 




3,91470 




V 


Bhopawar Agency ... 


Dhar ;— Dhar ^ 


320-00 


320-00 






« Dhar Pe 






Nalchha 


14400 


144.00 






with K 






Badnawar 


280-00 


280-00 












Other Perganas 


1,02100 






1,021-00 








Total 


1,76500 


744-00 




1,02100 








Petty States : — Bakhatgarh ... 
















Multhan Kachhi 
















Barauda 


67-00 


6700 












Remaining 


64-60 






64-60 








Total 


121.50 


h-bo 




64-50 








ManpuT (British) 


6-70 


670 




•*.... 








The rest of the Agency 


9,074-79 




••a... 


9,074-79 








Bhopawar Agency 


10,967-00 


807-70 




10,160-20 




VI 


Bundtlkhand Agcjicy 


Panna : — Dharampur "J 
Panna Town 1 
Bakshwala r 
Raipura ) 
Other Perganas 


830-00 
1,662-00 




1,662-00 


830-00 








Total 


2,492-00 




1,662-00 


830-00 








Ajaigarh : — Ajaigarh Town ) 
Ganj Pathar ) 


259-49 






269-49 








Other Perganas ... 


611-91 




511-91 










Total 


771-40 




511-91 


'259-49 








Bijawnr : — Bijawar ^ 


312-00 






31200 


® Includes 






Other Perganas ... 


65300 




653-00 




of B 






Total 


965-00 




653-00 


312-00 


Town. 






Chhatarpur : — Deora 


370-00 






37000 








Other Perganas 


773-34 




773-34 










Total 


l,14S-34 




773-84 


370-00 








The rest of the Agency 


4,479-96 




4,465-40 










Bundelkhand Agency 


0,851-70 




8,080*21 


1,771-40 




ra 


Indore Agency 


The whole Agency 


777-38 


777*38 








ni 


Malwa Agency 


Ditto 


10,507-66 


10,507-66 












Total Central India ... i 


78,771-00 


34,637*41 


18,37001 


25,764-48 


• 



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21S (j) 



THE CASTES AND SUB-CASTES IN THE SCHEDULES 
AT THE CENTRAL INDIA CENSUS. 



The BritJBli India Schedule was adopted in Central India for the first time In 
1901 and contaiDGd particulars regarding Caste, Tribe and Race and their soli- 
(i'visioDa in Column 4. Clear instructions were issned to Ennmerators to record ia 
this Column first Caste, Tribe or Race, etc., and below it, the Sab-caste or equivalent 
to it, returned by the person enumerated. 

The fignres regarding Bub-caKte or Sub-tribe have been tabulated and the 
records preserved, but details of the strength are very nnreliable and I have not 
thought it worth while to publish them in the Provincial Part, where, however, an 
Index, shewing each sub-division of Hindu Gastea and Animist Tribes is recorded 
with the Political Charge whence it was returned. 

In preparing the Index, I have retained all sub-castes etc., exactly as returned 
in the Schedule and have not attempted to combine synot yras. This will be done 
in the Ethnographic Survey when we shall be in a better position for judging si** 
to how this list of the Castes and sub-castes should be ndjuated. 

The preparation of the Index has been a work of very considerable labour and 
expense and only professes to give the information returned in the Schedule. 

The figures opposite the name of each sub-caste or snb-tribe denote the Political 
Charge in which the snb-caate or sub-tribe was found. 



The folJoui 
Gwalior Residency 1 

Indore Residency 2 

Bnghelkhand Agency 3 
Bhopal Agency 4 



s the interpretation oftJienn — 

Bhopnwar Agency 5 

Enndelkhand Agency 6 

Indore Agency 7 

Ualwa Agency S 



1 give two examples :■ 



Aeraria 3,665. 



Indabar 3 

Alarkam 3 

The entry " Indabar 3 " means that Bub-caste was found in Baghelkhand 
Political Charge. 

Most of the snb-cBstes against which 1 is given are found in the Gwalior 
Stite. The particular tract, whence they were returned, can be obtained from the 
records preserved in the Gwalior Stale Census Office. They were unfofitunately not 
recorded originally and there was oo time to re-arrange the list. 



OP 



Hindu Castes and Animistic Tribes with their Sub-Divisions. 





^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^m^Du^^^^M 


Cocuat of Central India 


^H 




CASTES AND SDB-CASTES FODND IN CENTRAL INDIA. ^M 


Agaria: -3,665- 




AI,ir-(ContdO 


Abir-tContd.) 


s„ ^'■"-^■°':.':'> , 


Intliibar 


3 


Dnpar ... 1 


Kaksi ... 5 


Natli ... 2, C, 8 


Uarkum 


3 


Dagi ... 1 


Kalal ... 2 


Nikhnr ... 6 


M..rwnn 


3 


Daiiv-aBi ... 1 


Kamaria ... 1, 4, 6 


Nikiimb ... 5 


Odiawaasi 


3 


Dalbor ... 3, 7 


Kaniwa ... 4 


Nomia ... 5 


Purloti 


3 


Dambar ... 3. 6, 7 


Kuiicjia ... 6 


Nutela ... G 


Porwar 


3 


DwnbarbaDsi ... 2,7 


Kanpuri ... 2 


Paciihnria ... 4, 5 


liacliiruiy 


3 


Darignr ... 7 


Karera ... 8 


Paehlodia ... C 


So>ur.y 


3 


Da(,si .,. 7 


Kareri ... 1 


Padal ... 1 


Tadma 


3 


DegBr ... 2, 7 


Karmar ... 1 


Padia ... 4 


Tikiua 


3 


Deka!war ... 1 


Kariwar ... 1 


I'agrolia ... 6 


liU 


B 


Del war ... 1 


Kaaerwa ... 1 


Paiya ... 6 






Deura ... 6 


Kaslian ... 1 


Pakbalo ... 1 


Ahir :-326,lB7- 




Deorafeho ... 8 


Kasra ... 1 


Pulnk ... 1 






DeoBi ... 1 


Katlio ... 4 


Palar ... 1 


AMli 


8 


Deshi ... 4 


Kalhar ... 1 


Palliwar ... 3 


Ada.ii 


8 


DuBwali ... 2, 7 


Katbor ... 1 


Puncbyal ... G 


Adwuri 


4 


Dbaagar ... 6 


Kawadia ... 5 


Par ... 1 


Agnrwar 


1,6 


Dbanigar ... 6 


Kelwar ... 1 


Pari* ... 1 


Airwar 


6 


DI,oivad ... & 


Kerwnr ... J, 4 


Parniar ... G 




8 


Uliawai ... 6 


Kliadan ... 1 


Partial ... 8 


i?"°i '.:: 


8 


Dburia ... 6 


Kbadowa ... 1 


Patbija ... 1 


Answansi 


8 


Didor ... 3,7 


Ebadoda ... fi 


Paid ... 6 


Audaiubar 


8 


Didwar ... 6 


Kbag ... 8 


Pntle ... 8 


Bud'ii 


6 


Diliiwal ... 2,7 


Kbalwar ... 1 


Pemria ... 8 


Badiiwar 


6 


Dinoria ... 6 


Klmndera ... 1 


Perdeshi (Pardeshi) 2, 5 


B«dorft 


6 


DoniJir „. G 


Kbandesbi ... 4 


Petwar ... I 


Bjig 


8 


tludwa ... 6 


Kbunida ... 7 


Pul«ya ... 1 


Bufra 


6 


Gnglier ... I 


Kbarulu ... 1 


Piilodia ... 4 


Bulla 


C 


Gaiiiela ... 6 


Khaacra ... 1 


Puttiak ... 8 


Bairagi 


1 


Ganoti ... 1 


Kbatoria - 8 


Purbift ], 3. 5. 7, 8 


BaUrm 


1 


Qantronio ... 1 


Khed«r ... 1 


BagbiibanBi 1,2,5,7,8 


Bnldi! 


1 


Gaoii ... 2,8 


Kbergari ... 1 


Raghiiwedi ... 8 


Bsliwar 


1 


Gwia ... 1 


Kbegri ... 1 


lUkbcBbwar ... 8 


Bamoria 


6 


Garilhia ... 1 


Kbergaria ... I 


Ilaktaria ,„ G 


Banchora 


6 


Gasarelo ... I 


Klierwal ... 6 


Ramrnbn ... 1 


Batijiira 


8 


Gasoma ... 1 


Klietriwa ... 1 


llamnvat ... ft 


Barchoro 


6 


Gavi ... 8 


Khorni ... 1 


liantcli ... r. 


Bnrgwia 


1 


Gawal ... G 


Kburla ... 1 


Raola ... 8 


Banuaiya 


6 


Uiya ... 2. 7 


Kostia ... 6 


Rar ... 8 


Basa 


I 


Gbarkelo ... 1 


KoBtiwanai ... 2, 7 


Kasiitria ... 8 


Bstaut 


1 


Ghareodia ... 1 


Kiitia , , 1 


Ruldoi ... 8 


Bcdelj 


1 


Ghoria ... 5 


Kotki ... 1 


Kathor ... 1, 4, 8 


Bed«ar 


1 


Gbom ... 18,6 


KriebDawansi ... 2 7 


Rekwsr ... 


Beg^ri 


1 


Gbudiva — 2, 7 


Kiiber ... : 


Rewar ... 6 


Bclirutlmur 


8 


Ghuakelo ... 1 


Kuhara ... 1 


Koliorba ... I 


Btlwa 


2 


Girna ... 6 


Kiiladwari ... G 


Itoja ... S 


Btriiig 


1 


Gondii ... 4 


KulaLar ... 1 


Konia ... 5 


BiiBHOtitt 


4 


Wodde ... e 


KiisbgaJia ... 1 


UuslB ... 1, 8 


Bhalta 


6 


GoDoto ... 8 


Kijslignr ... G 


&a<UI ... 3 


Bliakar 


7 


Gopiil ... 3,BG 


Kutia ... 6 


Sode ... 2 


Bliamn 


1 


Goradia ... i 


Labana ... 1 


Sakboria ... (1 


, BhuDdair 


« 


Gore ... ], 3 


Lalbansi ... 2, 7 


Suii ... a 


1 Bhangor 


8 


Golammoai ... 1 3 


Lewa ... 2 7 


Samria ... 4 


! Bharacha 


8 


Gotwar ... j 


Libiia ... ' C 


Sarad ... 7 


Bhirgor 


8 


Gowul ... 4 5 


Lo ... 1 


Hnrgaia ... 6 


Bharutia 


« 


Gudar „. e 


Lodaita ... 6 


Saro ... 1.8 


, Bbawsara 


2 


Gudele ... ,] 


LobawBl ... 1 


Sarodia ... 8 


Bhatflir 


8 


Gn&ilia ... 6 


Luaia_ ... 1 


Sarweria ... 2 


Bhatda 


8 


Giijar ... 2 6 




Sawardal ... 2 


Bhcma 


8 


Gujaratbi ... 2,6,7 


Mag^io ;:; ■ s 


Sera ... 8 


Bbiuft 


8 


Guloo ... ^1 


Mabar ... 1 


Sbait ... 8 


JJbor 


1 


Gi'ipar ... 1 


Mabnrashtra ... 8 


Sbekhwal ... 8 


Blioria 


6 


Gural ... 6 


Mak«r ... 1 


Sl.iikal ... 8 


Bigna 


1 


fJ"r« ..: 8 


Mali ... 2. 7 


Sidi ... 3 


BordBla 


1 


Gwalbanri I, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 


Malwi ... 2.4,6.7 


Sikarwal ... 1 


Braj Banni 


2,7 


Hoilnr ... 2 


Mahvoshi ... 2 7 


Bikhi ... 2 


' Bugliadia 


1 


Hadlwr ... 1,3,7 


Mandde ... 6 


Soda ... I 


! Bunde 


1 


flardin ... ng 
HaroIiatHarolia.) '7 


Warii ... 8 


SulaukI ... 5, S 


Bundela 


1, C,8 


Harwaria ... 2,7,8 


Soiunuui ... 3 


BiiadelkhaDdi 


2 


Ilarsadia ... 1 


Mathurawal ... 1, 2, 7, 8 


Booar -■. 2 


Chandelo 


],« 


Hinduatoai ... 2,5,7 


Mcjoya «. 1 


Sonwani ... 5 


Chandgelo 


1 


aoshiar ... ' 'g 


M,la^ ... 6 


Sudel ... 1 


CluindcabaDBi 


2,7 


Jftdo ... 1, 5 


Mirawat ... 1 


Snmbansi ... 1,2,7 


Charolia 


6 


Jadowanai 1 1,2,4,7,8 
Jadiiwanai i ... 6,7 
Jagro ... 6 


Mohole ... 6 


Tare ... I 


Cliauhan 


1,2.6 


M<iole ... 6 


Tatiiwi ... e 


Chawde 


2, G 


Moral ... 6 


Tplangi ... 8 


Chena 


7 


Jftgrual ,., 6 


M<.ri ... 5 


Telia ... 5, 6 


Clieola 


6 


Jakmi ... 1 


Unria ... 1 


Telwai- ... I 


Cliinare 


6 


Jamarwanai ... 2,7 


Miidm ... 2, 7 


Tomlar ... 3 


Cliodliari 


1,2,8 


Jaria ... 'j 


Miihar ... 6 


Temlil ... 1 


Chop 


1 


Jat ... I 


Nagal ... 6 


Teoli ... 1 


Chorasa 


4 


Jbandd .„ 1 


Nagar ... 1 


Tero ... I 


Ciiiina 


1 


Jijbolia ... 4, G 


N.gbeli ... 6 


Tbakiir ... 1, 2, 7 


CliliOH-a 


4 


Jiwari ... 5 


lNB!>banBi ... 3 


Tbiikwadi ... 5 


Cltiiner 


e 


Jodbar ... 2, 7 


Naera .„ 6 


Tbttilfinr ... fi 


thuniika 


1 


Joabi ... 8 


Naliar ... G 


Tluk.ia 5 


Cliuriba 


3 


Kaolibwai ... 8 


Nandbrmsi ... ]. 8 


S:f ::: '■; 


Chmiiele 


a 


Kaderia ... 8 


Kanwani ... 2, 5, 7, 3 


Conrahi 
Uabar 


3 


Kudpa ... 8 
Knkljw* ... 2 


NarwnDia ... 4 
Kurwaria _. 1 


£J^" :;: \ 


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220 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



mJfBv. 



Ahir— (Contd.) 



Turkele 

Udiia 

Ukas 

Ulas 

Uprasia 

Uprelia 

Vad^ar 

Wagid 

Yadeo 

Yadubansi 

Yen 



6 
1 
6 
2,7 
1 
1 
2,7 
5 

••• «, 7, o 
••• ^, D, / , o 
1 



•• • 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 



Ajna:— 23,349— 



Alialidar 

Akolia 

Balger 

Bargar 

Bhutudia 

Bootour 

Cliour 

Dangi 

Farop 

Goj'al 

Gujarathi 

Jamwar 

Jita 

Kak 

Kanalar 

Kat 

Kliang 

Kharai 

Khiclii 

Kur 

Kiirwa 

Logar 

liladak 

Walvvi 

Mori 

Munja 

Orh 

Osatia 

Pawar 

Pawasa 

Puniasar 

Baiira 

Batlior 

Samthor 

Turk 

Wadotia 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••* 



••• 



tt* 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



2,7 
2,7 
2,7,8 
8 
8 
8 
1 
1 
2,7 
1, 2, 7, 8 
1,8 
8 
2,7 
2,7 
2,7 
2,7 
2,7 
8 
2,7 
8 
8 
8 
2,7 
8 
2,7 
8 
8 
2,7 
2,7 
2,7 
2,7 
8 
2 
2 
8 
2 



Alia:-323- 



Paghas 

Purbia 

Batlior 

Sunbas 

Tatda 

BaT)aji :■ 

Asarami 

Balai 

Bans 

Beragi 

Bharti 

Dadopanthi 

Deoiniirai 

Giri 

Giriganii 

Girinaiiii 

Goricband 

Gusain 

Jogi 

Kabirpauthi 

Kbaki 

Alalwi 

Naga 

Nutb 

Nepali 

Kimawal 

l*uri 

Purinama 

liaidas 

Bainaiiandi 

Kaniuiij 

Iiaiiiawat 

lidiiisanebi 

tianjogi 

8Saiiya5»i 

JSirbbangi 



• ■• 


2,7 


• •• 


2,7 


• •• 


2,7 


• •• 


2,7 


• •• 


2,7 


6,207- 


_ 


••• 


8 


••• 


2 


••• 


2 


•• • 


1,2,8 


••• 





••« 


6,8 


••• 


8 


••• 


5 


••• 


2 


••• 


6 


• • • 


5 


••• 


1,8 


•• • 


J,8 


• • • 


8 


••• 


8 


t.* 


5 


••• 


8 


••• 


1,2,8 


••• 


5 


••• 


7,8 


••• 


2,6 


••• 


8 


• • • 


8 


* * * 


2,6,8 


• •• 


6,8 


••• 


8 


• • • 


1,8 


••• 


8 


••• 


1 


••• 


1 



Bachhada:— 1,484— 



Cbaubaa 

Clibali 

Dbarawa 

Gadg(>la 

Gujarathi 

Mahvi 

Marvvadi 

Parrnar 

Bandi 

Batbor 

Seuwar 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2,7,8 
2 

"•l 

2 

2,7 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



Badhai:— 98,29'?— 



Adbaria 

Akonia 

Bacbedi 

Bacberaba 

B a daw at 
I i^adorba 

padoria 

j^ajawajo 

gajbia 

Iranian 

jjamna 

parar 

l^arolia 

l^asia 

jjatbarya 

pengali 

j^etwar 

pljadawar 

Bburas 

Bicburia 

Bijor 

Bjlsawala 

Bilwar 

^iraghir 

giram 

l^iskarina 

Ijour 

^ raiuli 

^^bakel© 

^^bamar 
baubnn 

Cbawar 

Cbirwar 

Cbaurauia 

Cbowpa 

Dafara 

Daungarpuria 

iJaiwalya 

Deswari 

Dbao 

Dbarma 

D bar wan 

Dbulpuria 

Dbonid 

Dubora 

Doiiara 

Doorkia 

Etaguru 

GaiiiSM 

Gareelo 

Gaur 

Gbunia 

Godia 

Gond ^ 

Gusbain 

Hakwar 

Ilarba 

Ispa 

Jaipal 

Jalkbcra 

J anger 

Jariya 

Jasaodia ) 

Jasondia J 

Jbanjbaut 

Kadt'la 

Kadero 

Kaderia 

Kadoria 

Kagudo 

Kalier 

Kamad 

Karur 

Ko.sandia 

Kasoria 

Kasuurui 



••• 



1 

6 

1 

1,6 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



1. 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



• •• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



Katee 

Katbori 

Kbacbora 

Kbandel 

Kbati 

Kbijaria 

Kbircha 

Kboota 

Kliori 

Kburia 

Kor 

Kuher 

Kurond 

Lftge 

LaKad 

Loliar 

Lotia 

Magbi 

Mabole 

Maidna 

Maila 

Malwi 

Marwadi 

Matrele 

Matliuria 

Mewari 

Mobabi 

Murelia 

Nagada 

Karwaria 

Nidlio 

Onire 

Osray 

Parera 

Paruiar 

Pasanikbar 

Pawava 

Piprolia 

Poosamkahar 

Purbi 

Baj 

Hajodi 

Rajnr 

Bandia 

Rat bod 

Uujan 

Sakbaria 

Sakrogi 

Sauoto 

Sasondia 

Satari 

Sikberia 

SSibi 

Sniartb 

Kojania 

Sobmki 

8ondia 

Sonya 

Sukrogi 

Tank 

Tenta 

Tbangarjuria 

Tikwar 

U])rellia 

Udoria 

Ukas 

Vessee 

Wariona 

Wayona 



Badigar :— 63— 

(Bazigar) unspecified. 

Bagri :— 22,160— 



••• 



••• 



••■ 



1, 



••• 



••« 



••• 



•■• 



••• 



Badojia 

Bagliel 

Bbil 

Bbihvad 

Bbodi 

Bboi 

Bijapuri 

Bodana 

Bodia 

Cbatewal 

Cbauban 

Dabi 

Dlmndee 

Dliaiigar 

Dodana 

Gujaratbi 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
■ • • 



5 

4 
7 
8 
5 

2,7 8 

3 

6,8 

6 

2 

2,5,8 

6,8 

5 

6 

2,7 

2,7,8 



BagriHContd.) 



Jat 

K bodana 

Kbujri 

Malwi 

Marwadi 

Mewadi 

Mordala 

Nacbia 

Padiya 

Parlibar 

Parrnar 

Pitbu 

Rathod 

Solanki 

Bnnar 

Waglia 



••• 



••• 



2 

6 

""••2,4,5,7,8 
1, 8 
8 
5 
5 
2 

- 2, 5, 7, 8 
••• 5 
••• 6 

— 2, 5, 7, 8 
8 
6 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



Bahelia :— 1,938— 



Bais 
Soumani 



••• 



3 
3 



Baiga :-9,158-. 



Barkara 

Dbaugadi 

Kawrabi 

KuBfO 

Markam 
Partoli 
Parwa 
Songaria 

Sor 

Talbandh 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



Bairagi : -86,264— 



Acbut 

Adbi 

Babaji 

Bamanutara 

Barapantbi 

Bbarsiri 

Bliartbi 

Bhartrahari 

Bbiinanuj 

Bboi 

Bodhad 

Brabma 

Bundelkhandi 

Dasbaba 

Dadupaothi 

Daudpanthi 

Dawat 

Diganibari 
Gangor 
Gebain 
Giri 

Girinama 
Gol 

Goomabri 

Gorakb 

Gujaratbi 

Gusain 

Harbansi 

H arbepasi 

Jaipuri 

Kabirpantbi 

Kalbbairuoath 

Kab'inai 

Kanawat 

Kanbaiya 

Kan]))iada 

Karu Sadbu 

Kbaki 

Kbandeslii 

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Kiiuiawat 

Lalkari 

Lasbkari 

Ladba 

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Malwi 

Marwadi 

Mewadi 

Minawat 

Modbi 

Multani 

Naga 

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2,6,7 
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2 
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1,2,5 
2 
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4 
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1,4,5 
5 
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221 


BINDU. 


Census of Central InJia. 1901- 






CASTE3 AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 




B.iriigi— (Coiifl.l 


Ba!ai-(Coiitd.) 


Baki— (Ccntd.) 


Balai-(C 


mtd.) 


1 


Erwar ... 4 


Sanera ... 5 


Jijliotia 


t 


Naitrft - „ S 
Kinmwat 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. H 


t'lil ... 2, 7 
Gadria ... 6 


Sankia ■ ... 1 
i-'andm ... S 


Kabra 
Kridtyat 


2 

a 


Gnikivad ... 2 
Gniidi S 


*-ari.<lia ... 4 
Bamia ... 5 


Kaltrk 
Kala 


1 


Kiriwijiin — ,J 
Nirbnui — ^ 


Gari .;. 5 


Pallia ... 5 


KMUOris 


3 


Gplot ... 1, 6, 7, 8 


Kekt ... 5 


Kananjia 


s 


Owlasi (itdwi) ■"■• 1.6 
Panilu Kubir ... » 
Puli - * 
Pipftwnt ... ° 

Baahawttlkbhi ... 2, B 
ll«i Guru ... I 


GbadcwaoiB ... 5 
Ginalda ... l 
Girna _. 6 


&Ta ... 6 
Wiiijr.-.dk ... 3 
Sinkb(Hk ... 5 


Kupok 
K artel e 
Kasaglian 


3 
fi 


Giilan ... 5 
Otilhata ... 3 


XiBodia ... 2, B, 7 
SuluGki ... S, 5, 7, 8 


Kasar 
Kaiarwar 


2 
S 


Gosaiii ... 2 
Gi.yal ... 5 
Gujaria ... 1 


Solia ... 6 
Songnra .,. 5 
Sonarxu .„ 2 


Rasodliao 

Kaaodia 

KasaDd 


3 
5 
fi 


Kftiiianii] ." f' ' 
Rai,iawat .. =.16 
Rainaiinelii .■■ ^•-' ■'■ ^ 
SiuJawitiiui ■",„,; 
Sadb.1 ... l^-^'l 
S,njuEi ...1,2,4,6,7 
Sanxari .■■ ° 
Sanyaai — ^ 
Bslniimi^ ... 2 


Gujnrathi 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 
GumaiW ... 5 
HnrwanU ... g 
Hindi ... 2 
Iiiwalia ... 6 


Soiikl* ... 1 
Sonwani ... 5 
S..t(i ... 6 
Tinkak ... 5 
Waakali ... 6 


Katoria 
Knwnl 

Keaonandi 
Klmnder«nl 1 


1 
8 
3 
5 

2, 3, 5, 7, 8 


Jftdbw ... 2 


Wedk ... 6 


KlmrJa 


3 


J^iimri ... 5 
Jariibiira ... 5 
Jaiiffra ... 1, 4 


Zaria ... 4 
Banla :-24080?- 


Klialrl 
Kberwar 
Kokni 
Kiiiiurk 


... 1,2,8 
5 
2 



3, 5 


Jmlha '.;■. fi 


Agnr«nl ... l.ioS 


Lad 


Siiri'ViBhan -•. *, 6 


JoKdba ... 6 


Ag'nabari ... 3 


Labariuwar 


1 




Ainvar ... 6 


L ulioria 


I 


Siogawat ... ^ 
Birninrgi ... f 
Soojdni - J 
Suryawanahi ... ^ 


Kadwa ... 5 




Lashkari 




Kalota ... 2, 7 
Kaliinuda ... 2 


AmibauicUlien-al ... 2 
Asti ... G 


Ltnfinyat 
M.l..jaa 


■i 
1,8 


Kainpti ... 5 
Kipuiia ... 5 


Atat ,.. 6 
Bai'h1ic!e ... 6 


Maiinu 
Mubesri 


2 
1, 3 


Timkur ... 1 
WilBgBd .-. « 

Taduvvaiisi •■. '■ 


Karasa ... 1 


BiKliwana ... 5 


Sbdicire 


1 


Karolia ... 5 


Bagnria ... 8 


Mnlwi 


... 1, 5, 8 


Kuyatli ... fi 


B.gdia ... 5 


Murvvadi 


"1,4,6,7,8 




KhatoIU ... 6 


Bancliadtt ... 8 


Matbiiria 


1 


Balswar :— 6,434— 


Kbadia ... 5 


Bandari ... 2 


Mawali! 


B 




Kburmlia ... g 


Bappana ... H 


Meratwsl 


4 


DttJbin — 8 


Koikaw ... 3 


Barami ... 2 


Mewadi 


... S, 7, 8 




K"rt ... 4 


Baraaari ... 3 


Mitaguti 


2 


Balal :-204,or2— 


Kukdaya ... 2 


Baria ... 1 


Mod 


...2,3,4,5,7 




Kulraiu ... 1 


Barka ... 1 


Wuri 


I 


Ajcal - 1 

Alajya - ^ 
Alalwa — " 


Kumitwat ... 7 


Barak ... G 


Nngar 


...1,2,6,7.8 


Lalawat ... 5 


Baaanngar ... 2 


N\m.I«-anfii 


1 


Limbmia ... fi 


Bayadu ... 8 


Knn«-.na 


...1,2,4,7 8 


Mapkwftl ... 2,6,7 


Bbcrti ... 3 




•J 


Amlia — 5 


Makwanu ... 5 


Bb>.tk ... 2, 5, 8 


Nibal 


5 


Apiiiia "• * 


Maiwi ... 1,2,4,5 


Bhawnagri ... 8 


Sim a 
Killladi 


...2,4,5,7,8 


Bacbha>1a — 1 


7, 8 


Pija«-ur ... 1 


a 


B.ilnimdi« — 1 


Mandaivada ... 5 


Bijawargi 1 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 


Olure 


« 


Balulwr ■■■ 1 


Manwauia ... 2 


ilisaniwa ... 2, 4 Uswal 


... 1,3,3 


Ba^iinia 2,4,5, 7 


Maiiaklmri ... 3 


Bohra ... 1 Oiinrli 


a 


Itaaiuin — ^ 


Slarn ... 2, 7 


Brijwa«i ... 6 Pnlliwul 


-, 4, 5, 7, S 


liankUeJl ... 6 


Marwori ... 2, 7 


Cliandliri ... 1 


PuncbarabB 


3 


Bari.(il ■-. 


Maannia ... 6 


Ci.tfprii ... 1 




s 


Baw.iia ... « 


Matbank ... 1 


CbliutiTpurl ... a 


P,ifdl,,,n 


1 


Bba-i"! .-■ 6 


ML-l,ar ... i 


Cbiiork ... 2, 7 


l'a,«ar 


I 


Bliikiiria — * 


Mewari 1, 4, 6, 7, 8 


Cliobina ... 2 


Pa»iiil>c 


2 


Bbnriul ... 5 


Mu,.aa ... 1 


Dan^-i ... 2 


Pa^ora 


2 


Bliutcm ." 


Jlori ... 5 


Dasni^a ... 5 


Pitalya 


H 


Bhawia ... 5 


Miiijjalda ... G 


Pasaoiiiia ... 2 


P.TU^I 


1.2,4, 5,7,3 


Blinvrira ... 5 


Madia ... 5 


lUis^iiir ... 1 


P.ir.gdk 


5 


Bliibin .-■ 6 


Nawrangi ... 1, 8 


Dasoro ... 2, 3, 6 


I'lirbia 


2. 5 


Bhimii ... 6 


KawlU ... 6 


Delirok ... « 


lUlbor 


3, 4 


Biljr.""a — 1 


SeinacU ... 2, 5, 7 


Deswali ... 1,2, 5 


Kawat 


2 


HoriLTia ". 4 


NifTiiria ... 5 


Lih.is.ir ... 1, 2, 8 


Kodwal 


2 


BodU - 6 


Niikanand ... 5 


I)iKimil«ri ... 1 


Sakan 


1 


Borpuaa ... 6 


Odaipuria ... 4 


Dilli«-al ... 4, 6 


Sak.irwnl 


2,7 


ILindol ... 5 


Odwania ... 2 


UuLKiivar ... 6 


Siinia 


3 


Cbaiimlka ... 6 


Ojla ... 8 


t'u.ilur ... 1 


S:imri 


3 


ChatidurU ... 4 


Padia ... 1, 5 


Gob.d ... 1, 2, 4, 6 


Sani.>«i 


... 1, G, » 


Cliarar ... 4 


Panchora _. 2, 7 


(Jasloga ... 1 


Surwaria 


3 




Pardlian ... 6 


Gawaraba ... 3 


Setb 


1; 


CbuKua — 5 


Parninlia ... 5 


Gbagro., ... 1 


Sbrikbandi 


5 


Cbohan 1, 3, 6 7, 8 


Parman ... I 


Gtmtia ... 1 


Sliri LLiali 


... 2,6,8 


Cbolat ... 6 


Puriuar 1, 2, B 7, 8 


Ghntiial ... 1 


Sbripal 


1 


Cbnrmela ... 1 


Pawar ... 5 


Gudra . ... 4 


Sbri«'as 


3 


Doduiya ... 5 


Piplia ... 6 


Golapuri .„ 6 


Hibar«al 


5 


Dumar >.. G 


Pirlia ^ 5 


Goiiri ... 1 


SiUiiibwi 


I 


PiBoria ... 3, 7 


Pittia ... S 


Gowaj ... 1 


!*ivid 


5 


Deo.la .-. 2, 7 


Purania ... 4, 5 


Gnjiiratbi 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 


tfomani 


2 


D«,wiili ■■. 2, 6, 7 


Piirbia ... 2, 4, 


Gnlli ... 2 


Tarocba 


1 


Dbanla ... & 


Ibiidus ... 3 


Giiinai ... 2 


Trk 




biipiuuit ... 1 


Ranwaak ... 5 


llakirwan ... 1 


Vdisbiiara 


1 


DluxlUnria ... 3 


llutbia ... 5 


n..lwai ... 1,4 


Waibaria 




Dbowlia - 5 


liatbor ... 1, 5, 8 


ilarBuU ... 6 


Wa-Ki 


'.'.'. 5 


Diwana ... 2,5,7 


Uawal ... 5 


HiriLliJi-laiii ... 2 


YadubariBi 


5 


DoJiiara ... 1 


Siiknrwir ... 4 


IlumiuJ ... a 


Banjara: 


-26,984- 


Dodwo ... !• 


Suklia ... 5 


Jiviswal ... 1, 6 


Ba(>ra 


1 


Doha .- 5 


SJwi ... 2, 7 


Jayata ... 3 


Bakhod 




, M 



. . ,- 222 

Census of Central India, 1001. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CESTRAL INDIA. 



BINDU. 



Banjara— 


• 

(Contd.) 


Barai- 


-(Contd.) 




Bari— (Contd.) 




Bhambi— (Contd.) 


Batnoia 


••• 


2, 4, 6, 7 


Dando 


••« 


6 


Bharadwaj 


1 


(Charonia ... 2 


Banod 


*•• 


6 


Dhanuk 


••• 


6 


Chandnao 


3 


Chauhan .„ ij 


Bbat 


••• 


4 


Jhabiya 


••• 


6 


Chawrasia 


6 


Chhcwal ... a 


Bhukia 


••• 


5 


Ludclo 


••• 


6 


Didiah ..« 


6 


Chonia ... 5 


Bhuria 


••• 


5 


Sirwariya 


••• 


6 


Gujarathi 


3 


Doea Q 


Chandel 
Chaulian 


••• 
••• 


2 

8 


Barar:- 


-2,533. 




Haiilia 

Judbia ••• 


1 
3 


gi"Jja ... 5 
S'''" , - 2 


Cliaura 


••• 


1,6 


Agar 


• •• 


1 


Jugod 


C 


Gonil * 
/-I ••• 


Chawdo 


••• 


8 


Agarwal 


• •• 


6 


Kachawa ..• 


8 


Gujarathi ... g 


Cliokha 


••• 


5 


Bharddia 


• •• 


6 


Kasih 


6 


11 ansa 1 


Dakshani 


••• 


2,6 


BhardeU 


••• 


6 


Rharwana ... 


1 


^^^ — 2 7 
Jhapolao *^ 'e 

Jharodia ^^ e 


Dayaiua 


••• 


8 


Dande 


••• 


C 


Khut 


6 


Dawar 


••• 


5 


Dhanuk 


• »• 


6 


Kotharaha 


3 


Gad 


••• 


7 


Dorde 


••• 


1 


Man jura 


3 


Kalao ... ? 
Kawadia .*.*.' 5 


Gaur 


••• 


1 


Jhalrya 


• •• 


6 


Nareliu 


1 


Girasia 


••• 


8,5,8 


Kachawara 


• •■ 


I 


Parhar 





KhaU 2 


God 


••• 


2,5,8 


Karotia 


• •• 


1 


Pawnnya 


1 


Kori ... Z 
Malwi *;.• 2, 5. 7 8 


Goria 


••• 


5 


Ludclo 


*•% 


6 


Piprolia 


1 


Gujaralhi 


• •• 


2,7 


Ludhera 


• •• 


1 


Rather 


6 


J'^™ ...25 78 


Gungolia 


••• 


1 


Sirwaiya 


• •• 


6 


Rawat 


6 


; "-^■••li ... 1 2 6 8 


Hara 


••• 


6 


Swimni 


••• 


1 


bigraha 


3 


Mewada . ' « r 2 

iiiseiia ;;; *> *> J 

Kamola "* r 


Jado 


••• 


1 








Vaimaha 


3 


Jhalar 


• • • 


2 


Bargahi :— 3,730— 








Jodiiapuri 


••• 


1 








Basuha:— 2,838— 




«''7?. •- 5 


Juwar 


••• 


1 


Barmaya 


• •• 


2 






ladadiya ... ^ 


Kachhawaha 


••• 


5,8 


Bijori 


• •• 


3 


Arnel 


3 


Paciapawar ... 5 


Kaoodia 


••• 




Gujarathi 


• •• 


3 


Malkura 


3 


Padiar ? 

Tl *** 


Khenclii 


• • • 


1 


Raihtia 


• •• 


3 


Narshu 


3 


I^apaya ... 5 


Khichi 

Khini 

Koria 


• •• 

••• 
••• 


2 
1 
5 


Bargonda :— 88,136- 

(Bargunda). 


— 


Panwa 
Sighar 


3 
3 


Pamar ... • 
Popada ... 5 
Power ... r 
Rttthor .;; 5 g 


Kuri 


••• 


5 


Airwar 


• •• 


6 


Beldar:-.6,964— 




Labhana 


••• 


5 


Asadia 


• •• 


6 






P*" — 1 2 


Machawa 


••• 


5 


Balsodia 


• •• 


7 


Ateriya 


1 


^'y^ ... 6 


^lalwi 


••• 


1, 2, 7, 8 


Hanapharia 


•••• 


Q 


Bbat 


1 


Solanki ... 5 g 


Manawa 


••• 


5 


Bnndse 


• •• 


6 


Borwadia 


5 


Sunariya ... 5 


M ana wad 


••• 


h 


Barahia 


• •• 


6 


Chagiiria 


6 


•r 


Maratha 


••• 


5 


Barar 


• •• 


6 


Chandrabetwa ... 


5 


Bhand:— 863— 


Marwadi 


••• 


1.2,5,8 


Bardia 


• •• 


6 


Chauhan 


1 




Mochad 


••• 


5 


Barmaiyah 


• •• 


6 


Darwa 


1 


Malwi ... 07 


Mochatal 


••• 


5 


Bag or 


• •• 


d 


Deoria 


5 


Rewasi ... o* 7 
Solanki ... f ] 


Mochi 


••• 


5 


Basphor 


• •• 


6 


S°*/ , 


7 


Mojawar 


■ •• 


5 


Rhadria 


• •• 


6 


Dodal 


5 


**, • 


Mouron 


••• 


1 


Bamuera 


• •• 


C 


Go^iliera 


6 


Bhandarl :— 6— 


Mujalda 
Nachhal 


••• 


5 

5 


Chcwale 
Chowrasia 


••• 
• •• 


6 
6 


Gonda .^ 


5 
6 


Unspecified. 


Nai 
Nanakpanthi 


••• 
••• 


5 
5 


Desu 
Dhamroria 


••• 

• •• 


6 
6 


ilawie 
Jhakheni 


1 
I 


Bhanmatl :— 239^ 


Nimadi 


••• 


5 


Dhanuk 


••• 


6 


Katfar 


1 


Chow^rasi s 


Paluria 


••• 


5 


Dooraar 


• •• 


6 


Kharol 


5 


Malwi - * 


Pawar 


■•• 


5 


Dulare 


• •• 


6 


Khasbiya 


1 


••• 4 


Puniar 
Puru 


••• 

••• 


1 
5 


Goada 
Gurvila 


• •• 

• •• 


6 
6 


Khiti 

Kochi 

_ •. , ••• • 


1 
6 


Bharbhuiija :— 7,968— 


Rajput 

Ramnawat 

Ranmali 

Rangai 

Rathor 


••• 
••• 
t** 

••• 


1,2,4 
5 

<> 

2,6 
2, 4, 6, 7 


Iliodwa 

Jarailo 

Kalariya 

Keoli 

Khanileehi 


• •« 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


Ladisiya 

Lardia 

Mahur 

Malwi ... 2, 

Maru 


1 
1 
1 
78 
5 


Biswal o 

Bundela *'.*. 1 
Chorasia ... ^ 
Dakshani '* i 

Gotai .;; i 

Hindustani ..'. j 

K^r - ^'f 

Kanotia ... 5 
Kasod ... 3 
Ka«ola ... 5 
I^/yaatba ... 5 
Kunbi ... 2 
Malwi ... J, 5, 7 
War ... 2 
Neman ... 5 
Pardeshi ... 2 7 
P"rbi ... 8,4^517 
Purnia ... 4 
Saksoni ... ^ 
Shriwaa ... g 
Thakur ... 2, 7 


Jtathna 


••• 


5 


Kharwach 


• •• 


6 


Marwada 


7 


MHodia 


••• 


1 


Khuteria 


••• 


6 


Moheena 


• 
I 


Walia 


••• 


5 


Khunnali 
Khutaliya 


• •• 

• •• 


6 
6 


Natania 
Pachor 


6 
1 


Bansplior 


:-774— 


Kurmaiya 


• •• 


6 


Palkaria 


mm 

5 


(Bautiaur), 

Bankaria 
Hicria 


5 
2 


Luilere 
Magril 
Maiva 
M akoria 


••• 

• •• 

• •• 

• • ■ 


6 
6 
1 
6 


Purwal 
Puwar 

Raghuwasansi 


5 

1 

1 
6 


I^urud 

l>handa 

Dhanuk 


••• 

••• 
••• 


2 
2,7 

2,7 


Malwi 

Manpura 

M»rwadi 


2, 5 

••• 
••• 


•I 

6 


Surunwas 
Uwar 


5 
1 


Dhanao 

Gaclia 

Guretiya 


••• 
••• 

••• 


2 

5 
5 


Matalo 
Nagele 
Narwaria 


•• • 
••• 
••• 


6 

a 

6 


Bemariha:— 1,801- 

Utmna 


3 


llindu»tani 


•■• 


5 


Nemadi 


••• 


5 


Jamna 


3 


Kapidia 
Kulria 


••• 
••• 


2 

2 


Paraliya 
Patia 


••• 
••• 


6 

6 


Kasodhan 
Sadhia 


3 
3 


Mahvi 
Marwadi 


••• 

••• 


2,7 
5 


Pipria 
Purbia 


••• 
••• 


6 
6 


Sombanai 


3 


Panclineria 


••• 


2 


Pumia 


••• 


6 


BhamW:— 6,778— 






Pasuriya 


••• 


5 


Raikwar 


••• 


6 






Bharewa :— 288— 


Patheriya 
Phulwali 


••• 

*•• 


6 
5 


Raithor 
Rantele 


••• 
••• 


1 



Ahur 
Bjaipal 


1 
5 


Unspecijisd, 


Satphoria 


••• 


2 


Satkalia 


••• 


5 


Badela 


5 




Telang 


••• 


5 


Batplioria 


••• 


2 


Begad 


5 


Bhat :-31,941— 


Thana 


••• 


2 


Souria 


••• 


6 


Bhaidia 


5 




Tilora 


••• 


5 


Suilol 


••• 


] 


Bbasbal 


5 


Agral ... 3 








Surelo 


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6 


Bulai 


1 


Agrcda .^ 4 


Barai.— 18,386.— 


Bari:— 


12,036- 




Bunkar •.« 
Cbalra •.. 


2 
5 


Arjun Sara ... j 
Arsclo ... e 


J-'hurdda 


••• 


6 


A hcra 


••• 


1 


Chapail 


5 


Atru ... I 


Lharodia 


••• 


6 


Bardia 


••• 


6 


Charan 


2 


Babadarwi ... j 



^Bl^ 


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^^^^^^^^^^^^" HINDU. 9 


Ccnens of Central India 


1901. 




■ 




CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. H 


Bbat-(Conia.) 




Bbflt-CCuDtd.) 


Bboi-(Conld,) 


(Bmiiman— Contd.) 


BbU Ram DLioli — 


1 


Lura ... 1 


Chawan ... 2 


Adligaur 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 


Bagor 
B»frl«ya 

Kainubn 


5 


Utia ... 6 


Chiba ... 2 


Adrui[iia ... 1 


2,7.8 


Luniiwat ... 6 


Cholla ... 6 


Adai ... I 


2 


M..dnria ... 3 


ChoruBia ... 4 


Agarwal ... 1 


1 


Madbele ... 6 


Cboaka ... 4 


Agnibotri ... 4 




1 


Mabi ... 1 


Chiirelft ... 1 


A bona ... 1 


BAiimn 


S 


Mali ... 1, 6 


DalkacIiTa ... 1 


Aibaai ... 1 


4,6 


M.Iwi ... 2.4,6,7 


De<bi ... 2 


Ajawada ... 2 


Bainmit •••li^, 


5,7,8 


Ham ... 'l,5 


Dcawali ... 1.8.4 


Aiiiura ... 1 


B*njwa 
Bum 


1,2,7 

1 


Mnrwadi ... 2,5,7,8 
Medu ... 5 


Dhim«r ... 7, 8 
Dburi.> ... 1,2 


Aineta ... 2, 7 
Ariietlm ... 4 




1 


Mola ... 2 


Ekwar ... 2 


Antervedi ... 2 


BuHiiirya 


6 


Mewnra ...1,2,5,7,8 


Enaivar ... 1 


ApaHtanibha ... 2 


Buswa 


4 


Mogia ... 5 


Oiidri ... 1 


Arolia ... I 


Ciiyte 


2 


Mukdam ... 2, 7 


Galatia ... 4 


Arsia ... 1 


Beliena 


1 


Kagar ... 4 


Uodia ... 2 


Arya ... 1 


Beuari 


1 


Nagedtt ... 3 


Gob*la ... 4 


AMnvalayan ... 2 


Bimknr 


5 


Naru'aria ... 6 


Oomlwan ... 2. 7 


Ato ... I 


Bhailuria ... 


1 


Nnyupiintb ... 4 


Gudwa ... S 


Audi.mbar 1.2,4,5,7,8 


Bhagoria 


1 


N^wal ... 2 


Giijaratbi ... 1,4.5 


Audiib 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 


BhaVu 


1 


UriBa ... 3 


Uilnau-at ... 7 


Augar ... 1 


BiiaaduriB 


2 


P"cbf.re ... 6 


Gnria ... 1 


A«".dbi ... 1,2,5,7 


Bharfldwaj 


B 


Padiwu ... 6 


IliiidusHiani ... 1, 2, 5 


Awadbut ... 2 


Bhatern 


6 


Padel ... 3 


Jadbao ■.. 5 


A««.li ... 1 


Biintput 


2 


pBrasar ... 6 


Jai ... 1 


Baha ... 5 


Bideya 


1 


P-rdesbi ... 5 


Jalgl.iwar ... 2 


Babiaha ... 1,2,5,7 


Biilimi 


1 


Purmar ... 2,7,8 


Jaria ... X 


Bag-ritt ... 8 


Biraiii 


1.4 


Parwur ... 1,4 


Jeawal ... 6 


Bagda ... 2,6,7 


Buliyut 


1 


PeeUlia ... 1 


Jeswiiria ... 8 


Bujpai ... a 


Braliiiii 


5 


Pekaria ... 2 


Kad.helya ... B 


Balemt ... 2 


Br,.liuia 


1,2,6 


Purbi ... 2, 7 


KaL-!ibi ... a 


Barugawa ... 1,8 


Bvasen 
Cbagi 


1 


Piironil ... 1 


Kaeliumra ... 1 


Barbai ... I 


1 


Kugnur ... 1 


Kaliar 1.2,5,7,8 


B,.>ria ... 5 


Chauaiin 


1 


fiagnia ... 5 


Kakangar ... 5 


Bartara ... I 


Cbhndclya 


S 


Kai ... 3 


KaU-mi ... 1 


Basoiir ... 1,6 


ClianJerwal 


6 


lUj ... 2 


Kuiiera ... 1 




Cliantleuft 


1,2,7 


Hagbubaosi ... 2 


Kmudia ... B 


Beda ... I 




5 


Rajput ... 1.2.4,5 


Kit ... 2 


Bengali ... 3 


Chaudruwat 


1 


R«o ...2,3,4,6,7 


Kbeti ... 2 


B,.rgL.da ... 1 


Chiiihaa 


1,8 


Ratojii ... 5 


Kliirli ... 2 


. Bbaduria ... 1, 4, 


Cbattri 


7 


Halbod ... 7, 8 


Klmar ... 1 


Bliagori 1,2 4,6,7 


ChaoaD 


1.2,7 


Kawa ... 6 


Knli ... 2 


Bbagwat ... 3 


Chnbisa 


2 


Kawat ... 1 


Kulnir ... 5 


Bbaradwaj ... 4 


Ctiontjhriaar 


1 


Itayacbpa ... 5 
Sadouria ... 6 


Kiinbi ... 2 


BbnrgawB ... J, « 


Gionhuri 


5 


LilnlJa ... 4 


Bbat ... 1, i 


Dakflhani 


& 


Suinee • ... 1 


Lnri ... 5 


Bbujak ... 8 


Dali 


2 


Sanota ... 1 


JIucbbod ... 5 


Bbul ... U 


Dainna 




Saranin ... 8 


Hako ... a 


BijalgoJe ... 2 


LlEDgnr 




Hareha ... 2,7 


Hulaya ... 4 


Bijawargi ... 8 


Dsraya 




farondia ... 6 


Mali ... 8 


HiLar ... 1 


Dasonda 




Sarothia ... l 


Jlallah ... 1 


Biranibbairagi ... I 


Deuda 




Sauri ... 1 


Wiilwi 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 


Bir«Jtmrnii ... 2 


Ueuhl 




SeHor .,. 2, 7 


MiL[iiLri.> ... 6 


Hil.b»r ... 1 


De«wali 




Shri Nagra ... 1 


Miirwadia ... 1,2,7,8 


BtMlik .- & 


Dholia 






MuwaOi ... 7 


Bobra ... 1 


Dhubda 


2,7 


SolHimi ... 1,2,6,7 


Alori ... 1,0 


Bonva ... H 


Dondnda 




So-i ... 'l 


Nil gar ... 2 


Bniiii ... I 


Gangwa 




Siidochaya ... 2, 7, 8 


Narwaria ... * 


Bnd.cn ... 1 . 


Gari 




Suryabansi ... 5 


Noiiiiidi ... 2, 5 


Biiiidelo ... 2,5,7 


Brtwift 




BuHon ... 1 


Kiiiaya ... 4 


Cawnimria ... 1, 6, 8 


GImdia 




Sutari ... 2, 7 


UeroU ... 4 


Cb>d.olia ... 1,2 


Gilo 




Tatwar ... 1 


Pardeslii ... 2, 5 


Ch«rawul ... 1 


Gii.ijri 




Thakiir ... 2, 7 


Parwar ... 1, I 


Cliatiirvedi ... 6, 8 


Uiij.ir 




Vagora ... 1 


Penciar ... 1 


Cbh-Miati 1, 2,4,5,7,8 


Gujorulhi 1, a, 5 


6,7.8 


Valtija ... 2 


Purbi ... 2, 5, 7 


Ciiliuli Sambba ... 2.7 


Gunjbuusi 




Va.,m» ... 1 


I'uraia ... 4 


CbitiKia ... 7 


H«a.ii 


2,7 


Varmya ... i 


U»j ... 2.4.6,8 


CboliB 1, 3,4, 5. G, 7, 8 


Herdevi 




Varuwa ... 1 


Raona ... , 


ClmubiBa ... 1,2,5,8 


Jungle 




Vtruya ... 1 


Ran ... 6 


Cbciira ... 1 


Jansni 




Warvi ... 4 


Reksar ... 1 


Dadin ... 2 


J(gu.lia 


1,^.5 




llekwal ... 2, 5, 7 


Uadoria ... 1 


Jawri 


2,7 


Yalwade ... 2 


llekwar ... 4 


Deiiua (Dn.vama)... 2,4,6,7 


JuDukballu 1.. 






^a'lbit ... G 


Daina ... I 


JM» 








Dakbatia ... 1 


Knilwar 


G 


Bhoi :-68,768- 


Siiign«th ... 6 


Dakiiia ... 1 


KBiQcda 






Sudi ... L' 


Dab.it ... 1,8 


Kaoatiu 


U 


Aheria ... 5 


■Siirja ... £ 


D:ikolra ... 2, 6 


Kanoju 


2 


Aialpiiria ... 2. 7 


Siiriiiira ... 1 


DftkBlmni 1,2,4,5,8 


harbar 


G 


Babaji ... 2 


Tu-Ii ... 2 


Dundod ... 1 


Karodii 


2 


r-adwa ... 2 


Toria .. 4 


Daiidutia ... 1 


KarudU 


2 


Uahena ... 1 


Turd ... r, 


Dufili.1 ... 1 


Ka»iD 


2 


Buliole ... 1 


Ujla ... 2, 7 

Viigvnn ... 1 


D.sore ... 2,5,7 


Katuriil 


4 


Bangri ... 6 


Dntri ... 1 


Kediini 


2 


Balbnul ... 1 


Wathaua ... 8 


Di.ya.<ia{Dain.a),.. 8 


Kelia 


6 


BotN«-a ... 5 




Heliwiya --. 1 


Kliak 
Kbemnia 


7 

8 


Bbuwria ... 9 
Bbedai ... r 


Brahman :— 888,290— 


Dewla ... 5 
DaoriiUie ... 2,5 


Kbicbi 


=,5.7 


Buiideiltbandi ... 2 


Abdtiut .... 1 


Di'o^^arkbo ... 5 


Kicka 


4 




Abimivaei ... 1 


D^Bhiihitbii ... 1,2, 5, 7 


Koli 


6 


Cb^mddia ■".'. S 


Aihnri ... 6, 8 


DeAo,m ... 1 


Kuleia 


3 


Omul.uu ... 1, 2, H 


Adgiri ... 1 


D..vval ... 2, 7 


^^^ 




"^ ^^^^^"W^if^UM 


HMB. J 



524 
:..„.^C..-.*1.0J.^^^^ ^^^ SDB-CASTES JOOTD IN CESTBAL ISDU. 



Brabman-(Contd.) 



Beswari 

Devi 

Dewari 

Dhaguda 

Dhangry 

Phanoria 

Dliaria 
Dhondara 

Digot 

Digra 

Dikshit 

Dravid 

Dube 

Ebasi 
Ewadpando 

Fublia 

Gabi 

Gaboi 

iiandarp 

Gangar 

Garot 

Garouna 

Garuda 

Gaur 

Gaurle 

Gautana 

Garil 
Gayawal 

Gbade 

Gocburi 

Gode 
Golapiirab 

Gond 
Gusbain 

Goraa 
Gorle 
G or wade 

Gorwal 
Gosvral 
Gowardban 

Gujar 



Brabman— (Contd.) 



Brahman-(Contd.) 



Briiliinan-^(Con^-) 



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HaJHri 
Haryagode 

HaraoU 

Hatry 

Heuoria 

Husga 

Jable ^ 

Jaipur! 

Jambu 

Janore 

Jar mat 

Jurnat 

Jaruasi 

Jawaria 

Jawrai 

J a war 



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Kbeyada 

Kliedawal 

Kbencbal 

Kbewaria 

Kburlia 

Kinir 

Kodwal 

Kokauasth 

Kordia 
Koaik 
Kulmi 
Kunera 

Kua 
Lal)bana 

Ladnya 

Ladawat 

Laklitakia 

Laiiiba 

Lasbkari 

Lav Ojba 

Lauria 

Legot 

Lemda 

Lodhia 

Lodonia 

Lord 

Lotbia 

Madaiya 

Madger 

Mttd»»08]an 

Madbopuri 

Mftdrasi 

Maha 
Mabarnsbtra 

Maithili 

Malwi 
Mandwar 

Margi 
Marwari 

Mttt\ml 

Mfttbnria 

Mebesri 

Menariya 

Menore 

Mewari 

Miua 



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Mode Gujaratbi — 



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Jodbapuria 

Jujawat 

Joshi 

Jugti 

Jujawar 

Juibavant 

Kadare 

Kadaur 

Kagar 

Kanjaria 

Kakoie 

Kametiba 

Kanas 

Kanaujia 

Kauaw 

Kandabai 

Kaode 

Kankiibj 

Karade 

l^arc 
Karcbaria 

Karnalki 

Karoj 

Karondia 

Kesg'it 

Kasbiniri 

Kataree 

Kararaja 

Kliandel 

Kbandelwal 

Kbatri 



1, 2, 7, 8 
5 

4, 5, 7, 8 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

1 

lVe,3,5,7,8 

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3 



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1,2,6,7 

1 
2,7 
1 
1 
5 
1,2,8 
1 
2 



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Mobra^ 

Moruai 

Mudgal 

Kagnr 

Nagda 

Nagore 

Nabar 

Naik 

Kiimdev^ 

>^anwani 

Naramdev 

Nargab 

NaiDoli 

KaWau 

Nebara^ 

IJemadi 

^itoria 

^iwas 

Odeage 

Obartwa] 

Ojha . 

Qopadhift 

pacbboria 

Pacboli 
I'adiyar 

pabadi 

PaUyar 

PalUwal 

Paloar 

Panchade 

Pancbdesbi 

Panc\i Dravid 

Paiwb Gode 

PancboU 

Pande 

Paodift 

Pandit 

panjabi 

Parasari 

parasut 

Pareekh 



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1 
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Parukb 

Pataria 

Patbak 

PaUiigode 

PatoUa 

Peerta 

Perdesbi 

Pikbaraj 

Pirot 
Pokharna 

Porwad 

Porwan 

pourant 

Poiirb 

Pulwa 

Purbi 

Purobita 

puslikar 

Pusour 

Baiburwa 

Kajsiar 
Uajis 
Bajode 
Rujouria 

Kajpnt 
Rakbeshwar 

Uamanandi 

llaraanuj 

Ramsanebi 

Ruinbausi 

Rangdi 

Rao 

Rawat 

Rigvedi 

Rodwal 

Rokdd 

Roo 

Sadariya 

Sagargude 

Sukarwar 

Sakwal 

Sahvar 

Samadiba 

Samaile 

SaiuU 
Sauiodbia 

Saixadb 

Sanadik 

Sanawar 

Sancbore 

Bankargode 

Saras wat 
Saraswatigond 

Sarntbia 

Sargara 

SArim 

Saraka 

SaroUa 

Sarwa 



Targara 
Tarwaria 

TelaiJgi 

Xewari 

Tbapak 

Tbakur 

Tinduria 

Trivedi 

Udami 

Udeabi 

Udmar 

Utkali 
Vttittbnav 

Vatbwa 

Vidur 

Virakt 

Vyas 

Yajurvedi 

Ybti 
Zinzawana 



5 

1,2,3,6,7.» 
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2 
3 
5 
5 

2 
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2 
1 
3 
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5 

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Unspecified, 

Bunkar :— 4,690— 



Banse 

Bari 

Cbbadar 

Gouribar 

Karia 

Naga 

Sadouria 

Saiiibaue 

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6 
6 
6 
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Sanvana Ij A ^» *» •'» "'J • ' ^ 



Saulbora 

Sawas 

Sekawal 

Senwas 

Sctpuri 

Sewak 

Sbaikwal 

Sbamiri 
Sbaboradbin 

Sbenwai 
Sbrcekrisbna 

Sbridbar 



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2, 7, 8 
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4 
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2 
5 
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Sbrivas 

Sbriveda 

Sbukal 

Singade 

Singaor 

Sikarwar 

Sirojia 

Siwad 

Sondbia 

SomwanM 

1 6 Sate 
12 6 8 Sutwal 

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2 
2,5,7 

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2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
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Aparia 

Abarpal 

A be war 

Abirwar 

Airwar 

Ajtoria 

Akodia 

AmaUa 

Amoda 

Araiya 

Arayon 

Arbal 

jArwar 

Atairia 

Baba 

Bacbbay 

Badarbar 

Bader 
Badbaria 

Badi 

Bagdia 

Bagolia 

Babona 

Babarawat 

Bairagi ^ 
Bairangi 
Babburun 
Bakbcla 

Balai 

Baldia 

Bainnia 

Banatb 

Banjara 

Baponia 

Baraya 

Bardia 

Barelia 

Bargad 

Bargale 

Barue 
Barraaiya 

Barod 

Barwar 

Basodia 

Bavani 

Beeparia 

Bcerjbevra 

Bcjrupa 



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CenEufi of Central India 1901. 




* 


CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN OENTRAL INDIA. 


Chamar— (.CoQtJ.) 


Cl) amor— (Con tii.) 


Cliiiniar— (Coald.) 


ChBlnar— (Contd.) 


Bliadehy ... 6 


Ootia ... F, 


Mewiidi ... 2, 5, 7, 8 


Takra ... 2 


Bt»idoria ... 1 


Guinrathi ... 1,2,7.8 


M<i<-lihuli ... 5 


Tandia ... 1 


Bhi^ri. ... 1 


Gnfia ... 4 


Sludii ... 2,6,7 


•lari^oli ... 1 


BhakreU ... 4 


Uiitljiini ... 6 


Molmr ... 1 


T.IWBgoia ... 5 


Bliuklu ... 3 


Hni^rtr ... I 


Mobia ... 1 


Tuwslia ... 5 


Bliwiitpuria ... 1, 6, 8 


Hadere ... 6 


Moliowa ... 1 


Tekblbis ... I 


Bhwiliu ... 1 


Hnjolia ... 6 


Moraiiiia ... 1 


TeitLova ... 1 


Dlmt ... 1 


Hiirmla ... 6 
Hnrdi ... 1 




Tetwari ... I 




HiiMdw,ir ... 1 


Tifaria ... C 


Uhoya ... 1 


Uar»o1a ... 6 


Nugori ... 1 


Ujjadu ... I 


Bijiina ... 1 


Uanvftl ... C 




l;jj-in.a .. 1, -^ 


Bij'irakh ... 1 


llarweha ... 1 


Naywe"' '..'. 2 


Ijjaya ... I 


Birja ... 1 


IlasHfa ... 6 


Ncmadi ... 2 


Viiiria ... 1 


DirKlia'Iia ... 1 


nua<raia ... 1 


Newiila ... 5 


Uaai ... 1 


Birwar ... 1 


JI«lela ... 6,8 


Nileoria ... 1 




Bi«i ... 1 


Ilulolia ... 2 


Ninnrwa ... 1 


I'sreln ... li 


Bithori* ... 1 


Herw.1 ... 2, 7 


Nonera ... I 


Vagria ... 1 


Brujlmosl .., 1, 7 


Hilm ... 1 


Nudgia ... 1 


Veodii ... 1 


Itudbeai ... i 


Hindustliani ... 2, 7 


Own ... 6 


Wagli 


B-ikawal ,., 1 


Iiiiililia ... 1 


Ookhar ... 6 


Wor^Mia ... 5 


BaailelkliBQdi ... 2, 5 


Iiiiroos ... fi 


Oriyur ... 5 


J %'"a ... 5 


Bj-ria ... 1 
Cliakcihft Q 


Ja'lia ... 1,5 


(Irwal ... 7 


Yerwur ... 1 


JNdo ... 4 


Pauhor ... 1, '^ 




OUamelia ... e 


Jaguur ... 1 


pDdiyar ... 1, 5 


Cfaaran:- 4,098— 


Clutmkar „. 5 




Pnikwar ... 1 




Ch«">roui ... 1 


Jidiave '.',' 1 


I'akdari . ... 1 


Baodia ... 5 


Cliiodwana ... 1 


Jainwnr ... 3 


Hanor ... 1 


B.ii ... 5 


Cliantras ... 1 


Jaijiiiia ... 5 


Pardenbi ... 1, 4 


Bhaslya ... 6 


Ch-«rori» ... 1 


J^NKda ... 1,4,5,7 


Paria ... 6 


Bijal ... 5 


Uhauliaa ... 2, 5, 7, 8 


Jmainn "" \ 


Parki. ... 1 


Budiid ... 5 


Cliegesa ... J 
CheM"ir . I 


Jnrkaila '.''. 1 


Pannar ... 1,2,5,8 
Paniifa ... 6 


Cl.i.ia ,.. 3 
Cb..iilian ... s 


Chlwgia ... 1 
Clurha ... 
Chouialka ... 5 
Cfliopoi ... 1 
CliO|»k ... 1 
Clmrgoli ... fi 
CliuriitU ... 4 
Clioria , . 1 


Jat ... 8 
JM«a ... l,i,0 


Palnria ... 4 
P*li"i ... 1 


Dbiiimna ... 5 
Gtliii ... 5 


JalLfcrnti ... 1 


Pawn! ... 1 


Ubuitdia ... 5 


Jflwmlun ... 1 


Pekwnn ... a 
Perma! ... 1 


Gobni ... 6 
Giiyal ... 5 


Jijiiotla "'. 6 
Kai^Miwa ... 6 


Ph«gria ... 1 
Pidulia ... 1 


GuKli ... 5 
G.ijaralhi ... 5. 8 


Kamira ... 3 


Pilardali ... 1 


H,.m. ... fi 


Cl.owgJ» ... 5 
Cliowisa ... 5 


kZS '" ^" I 


Porwal ... 1 
Pumara ... I 


Jadlm ... 6 
Jalpuha ... 5 


Chowko ... 6 
Dabi ... 6 
DaduLir ... 3 
DaJninia ... 1 


Kaitsria '.'.'. 1 


Purbia ... 1,2,4,7 


Jaiiinia ... 5 




Piimia ... i 


JuBid ... 6 


Kasmi ... 2 


llaikliarwtt ... 1 


J-feila ... a 


Kalara ... 6 


REdbiija ... 1 


KuL-bLdya ... 6, 5 


Khadegot ... 1 


BaiduH 1, 2, 3, 4, G, 8 


Kadihwa ... 7 


Dakliaai ''.' -> 5 


KImdwa . 7 


B.itlior ... 1 


Kafbola ... 5 


Kliakai ... 6 


RajgwaJe ... 5 
Hajorift ... 1 
Itajiula ... 1 


Kawal ... S 

Kosria ... S 


Dedikwar ... 4 


KiiarKelo ... 1 


Kb«ma.ra ... fi 


Kliaroda ... 1 
Kl.nrwal ... 1 


RakhBd ... 5 
Ramkacbbawa ... 6 


Ku,Ia ... 5 
Mali.!. ... 6 


Deawuli ... i^ 2, i, 7 
Dbalia ... ] 


Khalolva ... 4 


Ranhimar ... 5 


Mabieo „ 


Klialoj-a ... 5 


Ilallicd ... 1,2,7,8 


Malsiir ... 8 


Klintwn ... 6 


RaUiwa ... 6 


Maru ... C, 8 


Kherwar ... 6 


Ravgnd ... 6 


Mnrwadi ... fi 


JJlmtnsuda ... 2 
Dlrangar '.'.'. 1 
Dlionora ... 1 
Dhiwa ... a 
Dliobia ... 1 
DliolputU ... 2 
Didea ... I 
Dul'ir ... c 
Eoli ... 1 
Doinoni . .„ 2 


Kliirt.a ... 2 
KliocliBr ... 2 

Koclila ",[ K 


Rawut ... 6 
Rekwor ... 1, 3, 6 
Retwar ... 1 
KewBili ... 2 


MaHa.,Ja ... g ' 
Megbnwasa ... fi fi 
Meiiud ... 6 
Mokliea ... .5 


Koliil ... 2 


Riipla Barjiya ... 6 


Moaa ... 6 


K"li ... 5, 
Koyala ... 5 


Salioria ... 4 
Suineriya ... 1 
Sakakal ... 1 


Morta ... 6 
Naglea .., 5 


Kiidelo ... 5 6 


Naya ... ..; 


Kiirmi ... 1 


Bakta ... 3 


Pabya ... 5 


Kiiluwa ... 1, 1 


Bukwar ... 1 
Ralnia ... 6 


Pnriimr ... fi 7 
Paml ... 5 


Dotm" ;;; } 


Ubiiann ... ' r 


Sakiki ... 1 


Pudad ... 5 


LaLhliawa ... 4 


Suria ... 1 


Podiya ... « 


Dubm '", I 


Udia ... 1 


Sartia ... b 


B»j« ... 5 


Dosran ... 1 
Durji ... 1 
Gacliichotia ... g 
Gadhian ... j 
Gadria ... 2 5 
Golohar . ' B 
Galo li ... I 


Uknm ... 5 
Lultiria ... 1 


Saroya ... 1 
Beunnraio ... 1 


Rnjaya ... 5 
Kni.iliya ... 5 


LardavH Z \ 
LaBbkari ... 2 
Lasorin ... 2 
Litnl-oda ... 6 


Seersai ... 1 
fengiir ... 1 
Senya ... 1 

Sliipulia ... 1 
Sl.riwM ... 3 


Hntbod ... C 7 
Rawnl ... 3 
lUyakilwa ... fi 
Solimki ... 5 
TiMvd ... , 


Oaniiria ... j 
Gorhora . 2 
Gattii ... 4 
Gavirya ... 1 
Gol.it ... 457 
Gilerii ... ' ' , 
fiyohbada ... 5 


Modurpo ;;; i 
Madi : 1 


Birmar ... 1 
Siaodift ... 1,2,6,7 
Sulitt ... 5 


\ ckTa ... 5 
Clihatri, Rajput Thaknr, 


Madras] ... 9 
Macaria ... , 2 


Solmiki .. 1,2,5 
Soriiala ... 5 


&c.:-o&a,267- 


Maliolia ... 4 

!l:".r •■• '1 


Souia ... ] 
Sonniani ... S 
Soiia ... 1 


Ada ... 5, s 
Agnrbel ... ■> 
Abir ... a 


\ ^^halija 1 


Sit,, '■"•"•? 


S..vel ... 5 
Bunerio ... 2, 5 


Ajria ... 2. 5 
Arua ... a 


O^i'.iia ! 


Markut . i 
Marmat ... 5 


Siirya ... 1 
S,,tar ... 6, 7 


Akwa 

Ala ... 2. ', 


Gor'a ::: J 


M^rwiida I J, 5. 7, 8 


SiJlava ... 6 


Aswnl ... a 


U"loIia ... ' ■ 1,8, 


Tajpuri ... 7 


AU-iya ... 2 


^■11 M 



226 

Census of Central India 1001. 

CASTES AND SDB-CASTBS FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



• •• 








6 


• •• 






1, 


5 


••• 








4 


• •• 






1, 


7 


• •• 








8 


••• 


1, 2, 3, 


6 


• •• 






1, 


6 


••• 








6 


• •• 








5 


••• 








5 


1, 2, 4. 


5. 


6, 


7 










3 


• •• 








2 


• •• 








1 


• •• 








1 


#•• 








2 


• •• 








2 


• •• 








6 


• •• 








8 


• •• 








5 


• •• 








2 


• •• 








3 


• •• 








5 


• •• 








5 


• •• 








5 


• •• 








1 


• •• 








2 


• •• 








2 


• •• 








1 


• •• 








1 


• •• 








1 




h 


2,5,6 


••^ 








2 



• •• 



Chhatri, &c.— (Coiitd.) 

Bachele 

Badgujar 

Badhera 

Badoria 

Bageda 

Baghela 

Bagri 

Bagore 

Bagul 

Bairkha 

Bais 

Bajgoli 

Bakrawad 

Baksnja 

Balole 

Baiiinia 

Bauakar 

Baoapher 

Banedya 

Bangrnl 

Baajara 

Banphad 

Baria 

Baroda 

Basi 

Batradua 

Hauri' 

Bawise 

B^ekawat 

Beso 

Bhadona 

Bhadoria 

Bhugeria 

Bhakrodya 

BhaioaDrate 

Bhar 

Bharave 

BhHrinalot 

Bhat 

Blmtewariya 

Bhati 

Bhed 

Bheetee 

Bhegawas 

Bheladya 

Bhelia 

Bhoj Sultani 

Bhopa 

Bhumawut 

Bhuria 

Bilgait 

Bisanlahi 

Bisen 

Biso;ia 

Bi88a 

Bodadu 

Bodana 

Bogade 

Bohoriya 

Brahma 

Brajbansi 

Buclihel 

Biidawal 

Bunahiir 

Biindela 

Biindi 

Chahu 

Ghakar 

Chamad 

Chanchele 

Chandauria 

Ghandawat 

Gliaade 

Glwndele 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,' 8 



Ghhatri, &c.— (Gontd.) 



••• 



#•• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



8 
2 
6 
2 

8 
1 

1/2, 4, 5, 7, 8 
••• Jt 

1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
8 
5 
8 
6 
5 
2,3 
4 
6 
5 
2,8 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
••• 6 

1 

1. 2, *, 5, 6, 7 

• •• JL 

5 
1,5 
5 
5 
1 
6 
5,8 



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••• 



••• 



»•• 



••t 



••• 



••• 



••• 



Ghandra 

Ghandrabansi 

Ghandrawat 

Ghanke 

Ghanpat 

Ghap>iwat 

Gliarora 

Ghatrela 

Chauhaa 

Ghawda 

GhlHtri 

Ghhitodia 

Chhod 

Ghhokar 

Glihote 

Ghodawat 

Cbogia 



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•• 



••• 



••• 



2 
1,4 
1,5.8 
6 
5 
5, 8 
1 
4 
1,2,3,4,6,6,7,8 
2,6,7 
2,4,5 
5 
2 
1 
6 
2 
5 



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••• 



••• 



••t 



Ghorasia 


••• 


4 


Gliordia 


••• 


5 


Ghore 


••• 


1 


Ghowdhari 


••• 


1 


Ghudawut 


••• 


1,8 


Dabi 


••• 


6,8 


Dogel 


••• 


1 


Dagti 


••• 


5 


Dakar 


••• 


6 


Dakhi 


••• 


6 


Daliir 


••• 


1 


Daodauta 


••• 


1 


Dangi 


••• 


7 


Danno 


••• 


2 


Daspuria 


••• 


1 


Davot 


••• 


4 


Daya 


••• 


5 


Dayal 


••• 


3 


Dedar 


••• 


1 


l>edia 


••• 


I 


Dcdwa 


••• 


5 


Depa 


••• 


8 


Desi 


••• 


2,4 


Devra 


1,2, 


4, 6, 7, 8 


Dhakad 


••• 


1, 2, 6, 6 


Dliala 


••• 


2,7 


Dhanuk 


••• 


4 


Dhandere 


••• 


6 


Dhanela 


••• 


1 


Dhancrya 


••• 


8 


Dhaogar 


••• 


6 


Dliavda 


••• 


6 


Didawat 


••• 


1 


Dikhat 


••• 


3 


Dikhit 


••• 


1,2 


Dimra 


••• 


1 


Disabeman 


••• 


2 


Dodawat 


••• 


1 


Dodiya 


••• 


2,5,8 


Duar 


••• 


1 


Dudbar 


••• 


6 


Dundo 


••• 


1 


Dusodi 


••• 


1 


Enjnah 


••• 


2 


Fagalghati 


••• 


2 


Fare 


••• 


7 


Gaharmar 


••• 


3 


Gangar 


••• 


5 


Gangjal 


••• 


5 


GaorAoia 


••• 


6 


Garavni 


••• 


6 


Gauran 


••• 


1 


Gautam 


2,3,4,6,7 


Gawe 


• •• 


5 


Gayal 


• •• 


8 


Gclot 


1,2, 


4, 6, 7, 8 


Gerwari 


• •• 


2 


Ghag 


• •• 


5 


Gharadia 


••• 


6 


Gbeghare 


• •• 


1 


Ghoghere 


• •• 


6 


Ghorla 


• •• 


3,6 


Gigrawut 


• •• 


4 


Girnara 


• •• 


5 


Goain 


• • • 


1 


Gobansi 


• •• 


2 


Gobar 


• •• 


4 


Gohkut 


• •• 


2 


Gclawut 


• •• 


4 


Golk 


• •• 


2 


Golu 


• •• 


5 


Gonial 


• •• 


5 


Gond 


••• 


4 


Gonia 


• •• 


5 


Gopali 


• f • 


1 


Gorao 


••• 


4 


Goratli 


• •• 


1 


Gorayeo 


• •• 


1 


Gore 


• •• 


1 


Gosare 


• •• 


1 


Gour 1] 


,2,4, 


5, 6, 7, 8 


Gouria 


• •• 


6 


Goyal 


• •• 


1,5 


Gajrtr 


• ■• 


4,6 


Gujarat hi 


• •• 


1,2,5 


Guwalbansi 


• ■• 


5 


HaJa 


• •• 


1,2,5,8 


Hagir 


• •• 


5 


Hajuri 


• •• 


6 


Ilarod 


• •• 


8 


Hayh>iyban8i 


«■• 


6 



Ghhatri, &c.- 


-(Gontd.) 


Himarwar 


••• 


2 


Hindusthani 


••• 


2,5,7 


Inda 


••• 


6 


Itoria 


••• 


6 


Jadejia 


••• 


2 


Jadho 


1,2,6,7,8 1 


Jadobansi 


••• 


1,4.6,7 


JaiBwal 


••• 


5 


Jaiwar 


•• 


6 


Jaiiibu 


••• 


6 


Janwar 


••• 


a 


Jusodia 


••■ 


1 


Jat 


...1,2,4,6,7 1 


Jawri 


••• 


2,7 


jhalya 


•«• 


1,5 


Jiglia 


••• 


6 


jodha 


••• 


2,5,8 


Jowar 


••• 


4 


Juwula 


••• 


2 


Kachbawa 1, 2, 


3,4,6,6,7,8 


Kachhera 


..; 


1 


Kachhwary 


• •• 


6 


Kad 


• •• 


1 


Kadwa 


• •• 


6 


Kaithor 


• •• 


1 


Kajo 


• •• 


1 


Kakapanthi 


»•• 


6 


Kakawariya 


• •• 


8 


Kalaa 


••• 


5 


KHlhansh 


• •• 


5 


Kalota 


• •• 


2.6,7 


Kalwar 


• •• 


1 


Kalwaya 


• •• 


6 


Kamer 


••• 


1 


Kanire 


••• 


1 


Kanajat 


• •• 


1 


Kanaujia 


• •• 


^»2 


Kankapurya 


• •• 


5 


Kaocbha 


• •• 


6 


Kapurya 


• •• 


5 


Karcbada 


••• 


1 


Kiiretia 


• •• 


1 


Kasar 


• •• 


2 


Kasota 


• •• 


5 


Katana 


• •• 


7 


Katara 


• •• 


7 


Katera 


• •• 


1 


Kotrya 


• •• 


8 


Kawal 


• •• 


1 


Kawaldeogarli 


• •• 


1 


Kawal panchora 


• •• 


1 


Kawnari 


• •• 


2 


Kavaath 
Kelwa 


■ •• 


2 


• •• 


1,2,8 


Kesab 


••• 


5 


Keyrada 


• •• 


6 


Ko^ale 
Kliadguja 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


2 


Kliagar 


■ ««- 


6 


Kbamar 


• ■• 


6 


Khangar 


• •• 


4,6 


KhaDJad 


• •• 


6 


Khari 


• •• 


8 


Kbarota 


• •• 


6 


Kbarsboad 


••• 


2 


Kbati 


• •t 


1 


Khatri 


• •• 


1 


Kbawasia 


• •• 


1 


Kheal 


• •• 


] 


Kbechada 


• •• 


6 


Kbtrada 


• •• 


8 


Kherati 


• •• 


2 


Kheria 


• •• 


6 


Kherwar 


• •• 


1,5 


Kbcs 


• •• 


b 


Khet 


• •• 


1 


Kbicbar 


• ■• 


3 


Kbicbhi 


...1 


,2,4,6,8 


Khurwach 


• « • 


6 


Kbiiwarania 


• •• 


5 


Kidawar 


• •• 


6 


Kirat 


• •• 


2 


Kodia^ 


• •• 


I 


Kokasi 


• •• 


2 


Kshatri 


• •• 


5 


Kucb 


• •• 




Kudbwal 


■•• 




Kuk 


• •• 




Kulami 


• •• 




Kulwa 


• •• 




Kumawat 


• •• 


6 



Chhatri, Ac— (Gontd.) 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



• ••y 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



••• 



••• 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



• •• 



Lakhera 

Lala 

Lam ba 081 

Laogara 

Lapodi 

Laur 

Lojat 

Liboda 

Loda 

Lodhi 

Loliaise 

Lohaoe 

LoDara 

Ludere 

Lune 

MlldHQ 

Madoza 

MabaHa 

Maberw al 

Mainpuri 

Makwana 

Mall 

Malwi 

Manilla 

MaDiCola 

Mauiyar 

Mankar 

Maola 

Maratha 

Maru 

Marwadi 

Matriyi 

Mawai 

Mayor 

Medtya 

Mebada 

Mchkawul 

Mekam 

Meo 

Mewadi 

Meyarput 

Minada 

Minor 

Mocbhiwala 

Mod 

Mohre 

Blokhal 

Mori 

Motbi 

MuDdloi 

MuQgia 

Mural 

Nadare 

Nadawut 

Nado 

Nag 

Nagar 

Na^dya 

Nandbanai 

Xanwabe 

Kaorota 

Naoeaf^ar 

Naruka 

Narwaria 

Nathowut 

Nayar 

Nawude 

Nawulbbati 

Negda 

Nemadi 

Nibar 

Niliada 

Nikumb 

Nirsapul 

Omre 

Ormat 

Ora 

Padbar 

Padibar 

Padiyar 

Pabelia 

Paik 

Pala 

Pamar 

Pancbwar 

Pandubaosi 

Panjabi . . _, _ 

Panwar 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 

Parbbu ... 1 

Parcbodia ... 1 

Pardcdbi ••• 2, 4, 7 



2, 7 
6 

2,7 
1 
5 
1 

2,7 
7 
6 
1 
6 
6 
5 
4 

*•! 

1 

2,7 

5 

1 

5,8 

2,7 

1, 2, 4, 5, 7 

6,8 

6 

2,7 

2,6,7 

6 

2,3,6.7 

6 

2,6,7,8 

5,8 

6,8 

t 

2,6,7,8 

6 

4 

1 

1 

1,2,6,7,8 

2,7 

2,7 

5 

6,i 

6 

5 

2,6,7,8 

5 



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••• 



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••• 



••. 



•.• 



••• 



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••• 



2, 7 

4 

6,7 

••• 6 

•*• 6 

1 

1 

1 

I 

•••li 2,4, 5, 7 

2,7 

X 

1 

2,7 

4 

5 

1 

5 

2,7 

5 

8,5.7 

1,4 

2,5,7 
5 
6 
5 
5 
6 

1,2,7 

.1,2,6,7,8 
1 
6 
1 
7 
3 
5 
6.8 



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» 227 

CtnBOB of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUD-CASTES FOUND IN CESTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



Chhatri, &c. :— (Contd.) 


Chhatri, &c. 


:— (Contd.) 


Chidar :— 78 7i— 


Dangi :- 


-41,883- 


- 


Parliar 


1, 4 


Tak 


•«. 


5 


Ahirwar ••• 4 


Bahoria 


•*. 


4 


Parhya 


1 


Tukse 


••• 


2 


Atwa ••• 4 


Rairagi 


... 


6 


Parmar 


1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 


Tamar 


••• 


1 


Barai ••• I 


Baaonia 


... 


6 


Parot 


5 


Tan war 




2, 5, 7, 8 


Baro .., 1 


Bhadoria . . 


... 


4 


Parwar 


4 


Tarpada 


•«• 


w 9 f 

6 


BaHod .a. 1 


Bhandari . 


•.. 


4 


Pathak 


2 


Taur 


••• 


6 


Batliri ... 4 


Bundeia . . 


... 


8 


Pathar 


1 


Tejmala 


t.* 


5 


Bntlina •.. 1 


Bhara 


... 


4 


Patio . 


5 


Tengar 


••• 


2 


Bediya •.. 1 


Ciiauhan 


... 


5 


Patwadia 


5 


Teria 


• a. 


1 


Beli ... 1 


Deswali . . 


... 


4 


Pawaiya 


1 


Thakur 


1, 


2, 3, 7, 8 


Bera ... 1 


Dhakad . 


... 


1,5 


Pawer 


1 


Tilokchandi 


• 

t*. 


5 


Bhura ... 1 


Douria 


... 





Payako 


1 


Tinnol 


• •• 


2 


Brecbo ... 1 


Dudlesa 


.. 


• a 


Pipalodia 


••• 5 


Toinar 


• «• 


I 


Cbharawar ••• 1 


Gelot 


••• 


4,8 


Pipiiria 


••• 6 


Tour 


• «. 


2,6 


Deswal ... 1 


Gujrathi 


... 


8 


Pokhle 


2 


Turn an 


... 


1 


Gahota ... 1 


Indoria 


... 


4 


Potla 


••• 5 


Udici 


• «• 


2 


Garetha ... 1 


Jadhao 


... 


5 


Pramla 


4 


Udwa 


• *. 


7 


Guribra ... 1 


Jelta 


... 


4 


Purania 


4 


Ujla 


... 


7 


Golia ... 1 


Kachhwa . 


... 


2,4 


Purbia 


••• 1,4,5,7 


Unrri 


• •• 


1 


Gola ... 1 


Kanta 


... 


8 


IJadhor 


1 


Uoao 


... 


6 


Goinar ..a 2 


Kharwar 


... 


4 


Itadlitasi 


1 


Vasatuja 


• •• 


5 


Goria ... 1 


Kiiatolia 


... 


4 


Ba«;})ao 


... 5 




... 


2 


llardia ... 1 


Kuin 


... 


2 


Kaghubaofli 


1,2,3,4,6,7,8 


Zala 


a.. 


1,7 


llariya ... 1 


Lahobia 


... 


4,6 


Kais 


••• 5 


Zar 


... 


1 


Harnia ... 1 


Mahonia 


•.. 


6 


Kaiwasi . 


••• 6 








Ilelya ... 1 


Malwi 


... 


4,8 


Kaiwut 


»•• 2, 8 








liina ... 1 


Mar wad i 


••< 


8 


Kaj^aur . 


6 


Chhipa :- 


17212- 


Jangra ... 4 


Mehcr 


... 


4 


Rajkuwar 


••• u 








Jirwar i., 1 


Mela 


•*. 


4 


Kajpawar 


1 


Acbbe 


••• 


1 


Kabirpanti ... 1 


Mewadi 


... 


8 


Bajput 


••• 2, 3, 4 


Arin 


•*• 


1 


Kadhia ... 1 


Mori 


... 


5,8 


Kajwonr 


• 6 


Bafferwa 


•.. 


1 


Kas ... 1 


Narwaria 


... 


4 


Ramawut . 


••• 7, 8 


Bhadoma 


••• 


1 


Kashya ... 1 


Nil>arza 


••• 


6 


Kaoawut 


••• 1, 5, 8 


BbaoHar 


••• 


4,5 
4 


Khali ... 4 


Noken 


... 


4 


Kangra 


2, 4, 7 


Bhcs 


a • . 


Koli ... 9 


Osra 


... 


4 


Kao 


4 


Bisalpuri 
Buttu 


• •• 


4 


Keda ... 1 


Pagri 


... 


4 


Rathod 1, 


2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 


... 


1 


Kura ... 1 


Panchoria 


... 


4 


Bawut 


... 5, 8 


Chattri 


*•• 


4 


Kutwar ••• ' 4 


Purniani 


«.• 


4 


Kejia ' 


• •• 5 


Chirdakhadari 


• •• 


1 


Magra •... 1,4 


Purbia 


... 


1 


Betiar 


2 


Chuhan 


• •• 


S 


Maipra ... 1 


Raithor 


... 


1 


Bekwar 


4 


Oarji 
Datoda 


• .. 


2 


Maiya ... 1 


Rajput 


... 


4,5 


Bewadi 


2,5 


• •• 


5 


Malwi ... 4 


Rathod 


... 


8 


Bijodia 


1 


Daulada 


• •• 


1 


Maooya ... 1 


Sakaya 


... 


8 


Sagar 


1 


Deawali 


• •• 


4 


Mehara ... 1 


Sanadia 


... 


4 


Saglawut 


•** o 


Dhabi 


*•• 


1 


Mcr ... 4 


Sir(»ya 


••• 


4 


Bagor 
8akai«wut 


1,6 


Dhurni 


... 


5 


Nadya ... 1 


Tjdveley 


•.• 


5 


••• 5 


Gahelot 


• •« 


6 


90 ^ ^ 

Faorbya ... 1 


Thakur 


... 


2,7 


Sakarwiir 


••• 1)3,4 


Gangwal 


• •■ 


8 


Purbia ... 1 


Usdod 


••* 


8 


Sakle 


••• 2, 5 


Geldt 


• .. 


8 


Rahaoi ... 1 


Varmaiya 


... 


7 


bakoria 


■ • . 


Ghat 


• •• 


1 


iSakarwar ... 1 








Saloki 


1 


Gol 


• •• 


1)2 


Sarmar ... 1 


Daroi :— 467— 




balwut 


1 


Jabda 


• •a 


I 


beenia ... 1 








Sambhar 


••• 5 


JndhavA 


• a. 


8 


Sera ... 1 


Karl! 


... 


4 


Sancliar 


••• 5 


Jana<'harya 


... 


8 


Shriwas ... 1 


Khatolia 


• a. 


4 


Sanigdr 


••• 6 


Jangda 


... 


1,4 


Sura ... 1 


Malwi 


... 


4 


baniyar 


••« 5 


Kadiasayona 


••• 


1 


Suwa ... 1 


i^arsiWal 


... 


4 


8uokiya 


••• J, o 


Kabnari 


• •• 


1 


Ton) a ... 1 








Saotawut 


••• 5 


Earia 


• .» 


4 


Thor ... 1 


Danran: 


—694— 




Baoner 


••• 5 


Kawar 


• .• 


1 


Ucliea ... 1 


Unspecified, 




|Sar*i8war 


••• 6 


Kunpeda 


• .a 


1 


Velaya ... 1 








Sargaiya 


••• )» 


Ku-are 


• .• 


2 


Visliaya ... 1 


Darzi :— 


67,313— 




JSarver 


5 


Ladilia 


• •• 


1 


Yerwar ... 1 








Barwaria 


•.. 6 


Makwana 


• •a 


5 


Yeta ... ' 4 


Ajodhiabansi 


... 


6 


iSckwar 


1 


Malvvi 


... 


1, 4, 7, 8 




AJanipuri 


«.. 


6 


ISende 


... A ^ 


Mapm 


^*. 


# 1 # 

1 


Chikwa :— 1449— 


Afiarwar 


• a. 


1 


Iyengar 
Shekhawat 


... 1, 2, 3 5 
... 5 


Murwadi 
Mewadi 


... 

... 


1,2,5,8 
8 


Kanojia ... 3 


Awokas 
Badgujar 


... 
• •a 


1 

4 


BhivwuD3i 


*.. 5 


Moror 


... 


1 


w 


Baik 


... 


6 


Bhudra 


... o 


Mutwa 


• .» 


1 


Chirwa :— 779— 


Balhar 


... 


3 


^igore 


6 


Najjar 


... 


8 


Unspecified. 


Baman 


... 


4,6 


Sikiirwal 


2,5,5 


Namder 


...1 


,2,4,6,7 


A ar 


Ban ill 


... 


1 


iSikhi 


... « 


Nanda 


... 


1 


Cliol)dar :— use— 


Barguda 


• •• 


1 


bjkrol 


• a. O 


Nandbanai 


... 


4 


Umj/ectjied. 


Basan 


... 


4 


Singhar 


... b 


Palampur 


• *• 


5 




Hasonia 


... 


1 


JSingli 


1 


Paterya 


*• . 


I 


Chunpach:— 191— 


Bathri 

Y^ 1 A * 


... 


4 


Singrona 


4 


Pona 


... 


1 


Nanpuri ... 5 


Bhargoti 


..a 


5 


iSisi 


2 


Pcpeva 
Pira 


. . # 


1 


Bhati 


..a 


8 


Sisodia 1, 


2, 3, 4, 6, e, 7, 8 


• •• 


1 


Dadiro :— 2i— 


Bijona 


... 


6 


Sobansi 


... A 


P.irbi 


• .. 


4 


Unspecijied, 


Borwansi 


... 


4 


Sodia 


... ^ 


Rai 


9. . 


1 


Bundelkhandi 


... 


2,5,7 


Solunki 1, 
Sonibansi . 


2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 

• •* A, O 


Rawat 
Kajuut 


• .a 
... 


4 

4 


Dahayat :— 2300— 


Chago 
Chauiar 


... 
... 


1 
1,4,6 


Soindi 


••. 6 


IJans^ra 


• mm 


2,5,7 


Ahirolo ... 6 


Cbarankhedi 


... 


5 


Sonnia 


••• o 


Rathod 


aaa 


' 9 

8 


Jijhotia ... 6 
Kariraha ... 6 


Chhipa 


... 


2,5 


SoDgara ^ 


1,3,4,6,7, 8 


Snk«)l 


• a* 


1 


Chonda 


... 


5 


Bretibunsi 


2 


Salri 


9 . a 


1 




Cbonhan 


1,2,6,7,8 


Sukhbuti 


••• b 


Sikarwaul 


... 


1 


Dakotra :— 972. 


Dakshani 


... 


2,5 


Sukwar 


7 


Srivaa 


... 


1,6 


^■^r ^^W^m^m ^^ ^F^B V^P • ^^ ^ •^^ 


Dandocha 


... 


2 


JSunerc 


•«• ti 


Sukwar 


a*. 


1 


Agarwal ... 5 


Dandotia 


... 


1 


Surtuni 


... 5 


Sur;\'jar 


... 


1 


Gode ... 8 


Parai 


... 


1 


Surjibansi 


1, 2. 3, C, 7, 8 


Surajbuaai 


• mm 


1 


Malwi ... 2 


Dava 


... 


5 


Tabir 


• a. 


Tona 


... 


4 


Paruiar ... 8 


Dazi 


... 


1 



228 

Census of Central India, 1901. • -vttvt * 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



niND u. 



Darzi — (Contd.) 



Devda 

Deswali 

Dhukona 

Dhuaar 

Diina 

iJondia 

Gawul 

Goad 

Golak 

Goli 

Gorbanpi 

Gudawut 

Gujrathi 

Hindustani 

Indoria 

Janore 

Jawda 

Jora 

Kagrel 

Kaitiwar 

Kanaujia 

Kelaiya 

Kenariya 

Khakhe 

Kheboria 

Khepuwa 

Kliomel 

Kijde 

Kohas 

Lachela 

LaBlikari 

Mahawaya 

Makwana 

Malwi 

Mariha 

Mani 

Mnrwadi 

Mathuri 

Mawasa 

Med 

Mewadi 

I^Iohna 

Xagotia 

Namdeo 

Kami 

Nandbansi 

Naraindeo 

Narwaria 

Nemadi 

Xikadia 

Onia 

Oosra 

Valia 

Pana 

Pandubansi 

Papada 

Parani 

Pariiiar 

Parwada 

Parwar 

Pawar 

Peodharia 

Periya 

Petwar 

Pbamnr 

Pipabanji 

Piploria 

Pirha 

Pranami 

Purania 

Purbi 

lUhar 

Rai 

Kainari 

Bak 

Kanibansi 

Kangari 

Bap 

liAthor 

Bawaiva 

Bawimcla 

badhu 

Saikri 

Saiku 

Sam 

Sankona 

Sarbhangi 

Sarcharya 

Patkari 

Satpura 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



•■• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2 

1 
1 
1 
6 
5 
6 
1 
1 
4 

1, 3,' 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 

5 
1 
1 
6 
1 
3 
4 
3 
6 
6 
8 
1 
1 
4 
2 
3 
4 
2 
1 

1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 

3 

1,2,7 

2, 4, 5, 7 

2 

3 

2 

1,2,4,8 

1 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 
6 

1,6 
5 
4 
5 
5 
3 
4 
1 
5 
5 
3 
4 
1,2,4,7 
8 

2,8 
5 
3 
1 
1 
1 

2,5 

1 

1 

... 6 

4 

...1,2,4,7,8 

I 

1,4,5 

1 

1 

5 

2 

1,2,4,5 
8 
4 
2,7 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Darzi— (Contd.) 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•.• 
•.« 
■.• 



•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
«•• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
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••• 
•.• 
•*• 

•*• 
•.• 

••• 
•*• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•.• 



Shrine 

Shriwas 

Sindhia 

Sisodia 

SoUiiki 

Songara 



••• 
••• 
•.• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Surti 

Tak 

Tariha 

Tonk 

Ukaa 

Umariha 

Varmaiya 

Vida 

Viraya 

Deswali :— 8,622— 

Baharpuehh 

l^amni i 

Deswali 

Dhaptia 

Gujar 

Ualedkya 

Jaipuri 

Jatia 

Kuda 

Kurawe 

Magawadan 

Malvi 

Manai 

Murmat 

Marwadi 

Mewati 

Mina 

Pachnaria 

Pachoria 

Pandu • 

Bajpuria 



3 

1, 2, 4, 6 

2,7 

2 
2,4,5,8 

2 

2 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



5 
3 
8 
6 
3 
6 
1 
5 



4 

5 

2,4 

5 
5 
5 
4 
5 
5 
2 
5 
4 
4 
5 
7 
5 
4,5 
5 
4 
5 
4 



Dhakar:— 44953— 



••• 

••• 
••• 



Alcra 

A rvasotia 

Atawa 

Atola 

Basoria 

libaswalTa 

Bijncria 

Bitsa 

Borka 

(Jhandria 

Chaonia 

Chatihan 

Chnrya 

Chopda 

Chotalia 

Dapuri 

Dedla 

Dhakaria 

Dhamnia 

Dimar 

Gnmthia 

Girlia 

Goilathia 

Hara 

Hatila 

Ilekwada 

Jadobansi 

Jaunba 

Kadkia 

Kafar 

Kakra 

Kavala 

K hatila 

Kbulaiia 

Kirar 

Kudha 

Kurwi 

Machhia 

Madaria 

Maito 

Maiwi 

Mamdia 

Man wad! 

Mewadi 

Moaye 

Naima 

Naljama 

Naiidora 

Nnrsingsar 

Narra 

Nathlia 



••• 
••• 

••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•.• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



... 1, 2, 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 



2 

8 
2 
5 

4 

2 

8 
5,7 
2 
4 
7 
1 
2 
5 
2 
2 
5 
4 
2 
8 
4 
2 
4 
6 
5 
5 
2,7 
2 
4 
2 
5 
5 
5 
5 

1,4 
5 

1 

2 

5 

5 

4,7 

2 

8 

8 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

2 

5 



Deswali— (Contd.') 



Nayak 

Pachsirdia 

Panthraja 

Parinar 

Pawaliya 

Piplia 

Porwar 

Purbia 

Purpondia 

Bajput 

Balgama 

Bamdia 

Salawat 

Sodia 

Soura 

Surli 

Yir 

Viram 



• •• 


2 


• •• 






2 


• «• 






8 


• •• 






2 


• •• 




• •• 


2 




1 


••• 




• *• 


8 




1 


• •• 




• .• 


2,7 




5 


• •• 




2 


• •• 




• •• 


7 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


1,5,8 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


5 


• *• 


2 



Dhami :— 628— 

Utispecified. 

Dhangar :— 10,361— 



Banke 


••• 


1 


Bargal 


••• 


2 


Bliagto 


••• 


2 


Bbagwat 


•••• 


2 


Bokha 


••• 


5 


Buchde 


••• 


2 


Bude 


••• 


2 


Bulbo 


•*• 


2 


Bundela 


••• 


5 


Oaiphod 


••• 


2 


Dakshani 


••• 


2,5 


Dali 


••• 


2 


Damore 


•«• 


2 


Datar 


••• 


2 


Dubai 


••• 


2 


Fanse 


••• 


2 


Fatak 


•.• 


2 


Gadaria 


••• 


2,5,7 


Gaikwad 


••• 


2,7 


Gari 


••• 


2 


Gawado 


••• 


2 


Gawhanhe 


••• 


2 


Gopal 


••• 


5 


Gujrathi 


••• 


5 


Gund 


••• 


2 


Halkar 


••• 


2 


Hilal 


••• 


5 


Holkar 


•.• 


2 


Jadho 


• •• 


5 


•lanane 


•.• 


2 


Kadari 


••• 


2 


Kade 


••• 


2 


K akre 


•.• 


2 


Rharchi 


••• 


2 


Khasi 


••• 


2 


Kbod 


••• 


2,5 


Khutekar 


••• 


# 

7 


Kundar 


••• 


2 


Kutikar 


••• 


2 


Kuwar 


••• 


2 


Labado 


••• 


2 


Labhato 


••• 


2 


Lal^e 


••• 


2 


Londe 


••• 


2 


Malwi 


••• 


1 


Mandlik 


•■• 


2 


Muratha 


••• 


2,5,7 


Marwadi 


••• 


1 


Matkar 


»•• 


2,7 


Mewa 


••• 


2 


Modckar 


•.* 


2 


Musuri 


••• 


2 


Ninadi 


••• 


5 


Pakal 


••• 


2 


Bahil 


••• 


2 


Binlikar 


••• 


2 


Sarewal 


••• 


5 


Sawlokar 


••• 


2 


Segar 


••• 


5 


Tagat 


•■• 


2 


Take 


••• 


2 


Virkar 


••• 


2 



Dhanuk— (Contd.) 



Dhanuk :— 9,698— 



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Badora 

Baiiinia 

Bandud 

Banjara 

Baria 

Basaur 

Biiuri* 

Chongad 

CJhoulian 

Da>ftar 

Dnakar 

Dodwa 

Girasia 

Gorasia 

Gowli 

Gureela 

Gurhuja 

Janira 

Jangra 

Kachwar 

Kachi 

Kanaisia 

Kaochia 

Karautia 

Khamtu 

Kirada 

Kuchermi 

Malwi 

Mankar 

Pachnya 

Parahari 

Parmar 

Pasi 

Hajput 

Biiath 

Solia 

Sondhia 

Songare 

Turwado 

Tarwala 

Thakur 

\ esrania 

Vispani 

Waskala 

Zujaria 

Dhanwar :— 352— 

UtupeciJUd 



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6 
5 
5 
1 

s 

5 

5 

5 

4 

5 

5 

4 

5 

1 

1 

5 

5 

1 

5 

5 

5 

1 

1 

5 

2,4,7 
5 
5 
1 
5 
4 
4 
4 
6 
1 
4 
5 
5 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 



A way a 
Baba 



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5 
1 



Dharkl :— 25— 

Ututpecified 

Dhimar :— 66,212. 



Ateria 

Badoria 

Bagdar 

Bais 

Baksnria 

Baltima 

Banbaba 

Bansaria 

Bath 

Bathina 

Bhatolia 

Bbedaree 

Bboi 

Bhordia 

Hiratya 

Bubhani 

Buudele 

Buniiava 

Chakora 

Clihoga 

Cbilotia 

Cbitkaya 

Dabulia 

Dama 

Deswari 

Dhaiya 

Dhak 

Dhuria 

Gadaria 

Goo tan 

Gudwasi 

Guniya 

Gnraiya 

Uada 

llardapo 

Hardia 

llarodi 



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^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BI^^^^^^^^^^W UINDU. H 


CcnsuB of Central Indi*, ISOl. ^H 


CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. ^1 


Dliimii— (CoDtd.) 


Dbobi— (CoQtd.) Dhobi-(Contii,) 


Dboli— (CoDtd.) 


l.nllia ... G 


Brn'tra ... I 


Lamonia 1 


Chola ... 5 


Iju!-.r ... 1 


H»r,mia ... 6 


Latkziri .'.'.' 2, 7, S 


Darcbari ... 4 


Juji.tU ... I 


B«n.IliQr ... 2 


L"do(ia ... 4 


Daya ... 5 


J«<,o ... 1 


llamitba ... 1 


Wiiber ... a 


Deoda ... 3 5 


Jarnhiya ... I 


l'a,n,,Liya ... 3 


SUliilpiiri ... 1 


Ueswali ... 2,4 ^ 


JhI™ ... 1 


Uttrod ... 1 


Mabiilia ... 1 


Devria ... 4 


Ka.=liber« ... 1 


BatbulE ... 1 


Makade ... 2 


Dbaiiinee 3 


KhJa ... 8 


"atliri ... 4 


Maiwi 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 


DbaodeJ . . 5 


K.bir .M 4 


Bawiaa ... 6 


Malja ... 4 


Ubarad . 5 
Gada ^ . . 5 


Kuniicr* ... i 


Huvo ... 1 


Mnndawal ... 5 


KanDJin ... 3 


Becjria ... 1 


M.raiba ... 1,2 


Gatid ... 5 


Kainvar ... 1 


Beluar . . 3 


Murod ... 5 


GiiiH-ara „ 4 


Kata ... 1 


Bemt ... 2 


Warn ... 5 8 


Gutttar ... 4 


KIihrfetowBT ... 1 


Bliarka l 


Murwadi ... 1,2,6.8 


Godawari ... 4 


Kii«n.Ieria ... 1 


Bhalfcet ... 3 


Alalbriria ... ] 6 


Gode-iiiiiwadi ... 5 


Ebargalpa ... 1 


llbiiiwi ... 6 


.M(!\vadi ... 2,6,8 


UoraJ ... 6 


Khnrsui ... 1 


Bliarka ... \ 


Weivor ... 1 


G'Tse ... i 


Kl.«ra ... 1 


Blmtri ... 6 


Mod ... 6 


Goliwar ... 4 


K<K,«ar ... 1 


IHiHverye „. ] 


Munderia ... 1 


Govnt 2 


Kukergaiya ... 6 


Bbibi ... 4 


Murai ,.. B 


Gi.JTatbi ... 2,5,7 


Kuwar ... 6 


Bl'i-yar ... 1 


Kagnd ... 5 


Jai.'bar ... ' '2 


Lnha ... 1 


Bilwar ... 6 


N»gt.ro ... 1 
^^mu ... 1 


J arte ... a 


Mullnh v.. 1 


Birgadi ... 3 


Katiida ... 3 


Maiwi ... 1 


Birtberi ... 1 


SMihann 1 


K'liigTa ... 7 


Mandorwal ... 1 


Bisi ... E 


N.H»." ::: I 

^al«■„na ... 1,4 
Neliiadi „, 25 
Oiil ... I 


K"lari ... G 


KUckeha ... 1 


Ilotbunia ... 1 


Kerwar ... 3 


Motbioa ... 1 


flreti ... 1 


Kmibi ... 2 


Wotiiiim ... 1 


BuRCla ... 1 


Maiwi ... 2, 4, 5, 7 


Mnbraia ... 1 


B.indelia ... 1, 3. S 


Otinnce t 


Ma.Q ... a 


Uouewar ... 1 


Cbapnt ... 5 


0«jha " 1 


Manvadi ... 2 5 


Worba ... 4, 6 


Charka ... 6 


Pacburia .v. 4 
Palilalia t 


Mcr ... ' 5 




tJwry ... 1 


ll..*adi ... 5 


Motia ... C 
Wuktah ... 6 


CbiDgai ... 2 
Cb^iubao ... 1,2,5,8 


Pirdosbi "; 4 
ParruHf ... 6, 7, B 
Piileria ... 1 
Patbaa ... 1 


MuLliiaa ... 5 
Nat ... 2 


Nabeta ... 3 
Nak)iUli ... 1 


l>adega ... 1 
Dak»t ... 1 


Ka>iik ... 2 
Kt-iuudi ... 5 


Kandia ... 3 


Dakahani ... 1, 2 


Palbora ... 1 

Pnwar 3 


Padoria ... 3 


Karboria ... 1 
Naria ... 4 
Nai-kbar ... 1 


Dangi ... 1 


Pbuiera ... 5 


Dansria ... \ 
Darsbee ' ... 1 


pipi^'U .;. 6 

Purania ... 4 
Purbi ... 1,2,47,8 
Purwar ... 1 


I'udiyar ... 2, 6. 7 
Banda ... 2, 7 


Nueal ... 1 
Natra ... 4 
Ked[a ... 6 
Netal ... 1 
Nlrwiinia ... 5 
Pagrolia ... 1 
Pab>a ... C 


Derha ... 1 
De««aU ... 1, 4, 7 


Ratbni ... 4,&, 7 
HawHt ... 7 


DbaW ... 1 


Raitbur ... 1 


Gargnre ... 2 


UhakButh ... 1 
Dhar ... i 
Dbimakhor ... 1 
Dhdii ... 1 
Doi'gBari* ... 1 


lliikir ... 1 
Kansri ... 3 
Ha.ilely ... 6 
Riiibod ... 2,8 


SoliUiki ... 5 
bouuani ... a 
Taraoda ... S 
V.rlia ... 4 


piiiya ;;; i 

Purliia ... 1 


lialll ... 1 




Cnulat ... 1 


K..'kwar ... 4 


Dom:— 6211- 


Baikwar ... e 


Duroli ... 1 


Bemn ... J 




Rakbar ... 1 
Kanteli ... G 


Gaderiya ... j 


Rewari ... 2 


Adibar ... 3 


Gadiiera ... C 


Satle_ ... 6,8 


Ba^abar ... 3 


Katbwar ... 1 


GadolB ... 1 




Kbm'H'li ... 3 


I lay mar .., J 
Kokwal ... 1, 4 
Both ... 1 


Gadaal ... 4 


Kunodia ... a 


Lakpurift ... 3 


Gairwar ... j 
Garliar ... g 


haiiway ... 5 


Qaclilia:-664- 


Sabpura ... 4 
Snipuria ... I 


Gatbera ... 4 
Gatiya ,.. g 


Sbriwaa ... 3, 6 


Aliora ... 5 


Eandria ... g 


Gaiitam ... 5 


f^iiigof ... 1 


Banai ... 5 


Stnedi ... I 


Gbnlvi ... 4 


Sirwar ... 1 


Bnrud ... 5 


Sewar ... 1 


Gbu-lerya ... j 


Sisudya ... 1, fl 


Bhura ... 5 


Kohnki ... 4,5 


Gnyal ... fi 


S,LtU ... 1 


ClinilbaD ... 5 


RukwAT ... 6 


Uujbora ... I 


Kujtir Kiyar ... 8 


Dabt ... a 


Tipiri ... 4 
ToToti ... 1 


GujralUi ... J, 5, 8 


S„dya ^ ... 8 
'folan ... 1 


Damar ... 5, H 


Guny ... X 


Gaobin ... 5 


Tupha ... e 


Gurawar ... 1 


Sohiiki ... a, 5, 8 


Giijarathi ... 5 


Turaiya ... i 


Gtirwa ... 1 


ticlia ... ft 


Iliitda ... 5 


^^v'Varwaiya .., Q 


Hatoria ... 1 
HmUla ... I 


Siirajbnnsi ... 5 
Titan ... 4 


R,:ndin ... S 
Mal«i ... C. S 


^^1 Dblrkar :-3,402~ 


Jagruliiia ... t 
Jae^ii ... 1 


Tureka ... I 
I'dara ... 1 


(laria ... 5 
Padiyar ... 5 


■... ... , 


Jatwa ... 1 
Joorai ,„ 4 


Van.i!uy» ... 6 
Vinqua ... 1 


Purmar ... 5 
Pitbara ... 5 
lltt'bbiila ... .5 


^^P Dhom :— 60,594- 


Kabad ... 3 


Wutia *" 5 


Sulanki ... A, H 


Abria ... 1 


Kabirha ... 7 
KBisard ... 1 


Wegia .".'.' 6 


oadaria:-U9,230- 


A(r-ti ... 1 


KnitirJia ... 1 


DhoU:-9260- 




Alibasi ... 1 


Kaxn-bora ... \ 




Ad.li ... 4 


>kri ... I 


K"nom ... 3, 8 


Bacldiada ... 2 


Adjiiir ... 1. 


Am'dia ... i 


Kapurba ... b 


Bai'inia ... 5 


AdTiagar ... I 


Araisft ... 1 


Kapolia ... 1 


Burl.Ta - 4 


Abir ... I 


Attnire ... 1 


Knrkitria ... 5 


B..kar ... 3 




Avarva ... 6 
Ilabri ... B 


Kbnti ... 1 


Baiioti ... 4 Air^var ... i. | 


Kbalmi ... ] 


Bl.ngnr ... 2 


Api^na ... 1 


Bad.,r!a ... 4 


Kbotri ... (i 


flbnt ... 2,7 


Arol - 1 


Badiiie ... 2 


Kor ... 1 


Bijnya ... 3 


Aicfk ... 1 


Bflindia ... 5,fi 


Knnia ... 5 


Biiiidelkhandi ... 2,7 


^\tiin'> — ■ 


Babnr ... 1 


Kiirar ... 1 


Hiiriid ... 3 


Pakbpra ... 4 


Baibi ... 1 


Kuwar ... 2 


Cbmihnn ... 3, 5, 7 


U^tiada 


^^^^^^^^■■^^fe. 



230 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



Gudaria — (ContJ.) 



BariiKiiya 

ISineka 

liliakri 

Bhatawal 

Bliaiia 

Bluuria 

Blioragli . 

Boiiaua 

Biidcle 

Chandeld 

Clia\v*ida 

Cliowhail 

liukhat 

Dalia 

l>cija 

i)ci»gar 

Dcoda 

Dhaiuar 

Dhiinia 

Dliuriiik 

D"hawa 

Gagid 

GagtJira 

Galcii 

Gauaria 

Gandhas 

Gacya 

("jani 

Gasti 

Golut 

Ghail 

Ghano 

Gliol&s 

Glu»r 

Gh08i 

Goja 

Goi 

Golhansi 

Gouia 

Gotia 

Gujali 

Gujar 

Gujarathi 

Gihsai 

(iwali 

Ilaiioda 

iiaiiwar 

Hindus: IiaDl 

Hind war 

}iui:iiar 

JImd 

•Jvvarcliitri 

Kabirpaiithi 

Kuchhawn 

Kaloria 

Kaiiilva 

Karwala 

Kairya 

Kosrii 

Kluidii 

j\iiir.i 

Kiml.-ingha 

]\ii.ir 

Kutwaria 

Lal.l-i 

J.Mcidiua 

J.akh'Ti 

i..jdii.i 
].(».'.;• I r 
J-'iKhiir 
M liiLii 
M.ik 
Malwi 
]^Iinkar 
Marwadi 
M i.sinii 

.iiDi'ia 

^I'lcliai 

y\n.in tlii 

X.'iL'hliala 

Naiikiiid 

Nar'.viria 

Xvaiudi 



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3 


• •• 


S 


• •• 


6 


• •■ 


6 


• •• 


3 


• •• 


6 


••• 


4 


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8 


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2 


• •• 


1,6 


• • • 


2 


• •• 


5,8 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


4 


• •• 


6 


...1,2,3,4,6 


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6 


••• 


4 


••« 


1, 2, 6, 7 


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6 


•«. 


1 


••• 


2 


•. ■ 


5 


• a. 


6 


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1 


..• 


1 


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6 


..• 


1 


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1 


• .. 


1 


• •« 


1 


• *• 


1 


... 


1 


• •• 


1 


■ •* 


4 


... 


1 


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1 


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1 


... 


1 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


1 


• *. 


G 


• *. 


1 


• .• 


7,8 


... 


5 


■ • ■ 


5 


• •• 


4 


... 


1 


... 


1 


■ •. 


2 


.*. 


6 


• •• 


1 


* • • 


5 


• •• 


5 


• • . 


3 


... 


1,4,6 


■ •• 


1 


• *• 


7,8 


• •• 


6 


. • . 


8 


• •• 


5 


• .• 


5 


• •• 


1 


... 


6 


• •• 


1 


■ • . 


6 


• .• 


5 


• •• 


5 


.•• 


1 


• • * 


1 


• • • 


1 


• •• 


5 


• *• 


1 


• •• 


4 


• .• 


4 


• •• 


1 


...2,4,5,7,8 


... 


5 


• •• 


8 


... 


1 


■ •• 


5,7,8 


• • . 


1 


• .. 


1,5,G 


• • • 


1 


• •• 


1 


.• . 


5 


... 


5 


. • . 


1 


... 


1,5 



Gadaria — (Cod! J.) 



Nikam 

Nikliar 

Nikod 

Ojla 

pHchoria 

Pudar 

Padera 

Padiliar 

Paloria 

Pardoelii 

Parhar 

Parniar 

Pas'ia 

Pataria 

Patij^ar 

Palota 

Pawai 

Puwhf 

Phul 

Pok 

Poo.s 

Purl)ia 

i^urnia 

Uaclioria 

liairiwar 

Jiainwar 

Kasodia 

Hatlior 

Hnltioki 

Kekwar 

l»e\v'ari 

lif'.J^oria 
Hoi ill 

Hapsara 

Ualtia 

^cnfj:«r 

J^evaro 

Sikeloy 

Sisodia 

Sofa 

Sohar 

folanki 

Pirgah 

Sura 

Sidaki 

lad 

Tarkia 

Tiiiotia 

V at 1 aria 

Wati 

Wcna 



1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 
1 
2 
1 



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1 
1 
5 
6 

1,5 
1 

1,6 
1 
1 
1 

1,6 
4 
1 
1 
2,7,8 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

5,6 
1 
6 
1 
6 
1 
5 
6 
] 
6 
1 
2 
8 
1 
1 
8 
4 
6 
1 
6 
1 
4 
6 
1 
5 



Gaoli— (Contd.) 



Gahoja :— 80— 

Palhgi 



0«« 



Gandhi :— 208— 



Eundclkhandi 

Doosa 

5Iaiwadi 

Mowadi 

Sohan 



... 
•.. 

••• 
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2 
2 
1,2 
2 
2 



Qaoli: -26,563— 



Al.ir 

Aihperia 

I3at'ldiur 

Badol 

Bliailaria 

bliaratwar 

Hliawsingi 

Clja\va«l.i 

Chlu'kwar 
Chiilkliedi 
Desl.i 

Deswali 

Dln-ngar 

Dilliwal 

Gadaria 

Gala 

Gok;ilbansi 

Goval 

Giidlia 

Gujar 

Gun.i:(iria 

Gwaibausi 



... 1,2,4, 5 
5 
1 
1 
4 
4 
5 
5 
1 
h 

4,6 
1 
1 
2 
1 
6 
5 
6 
4 
1,4,5 
1 

2,5 
1 



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Jadola 

Jugalia 

Kabondi 

Kacbbawai 

Kbar 

Kodala 

Kolia 

Kor 

Kotwal 

Kubdo 

Kiicbia 

Kulna 

LaHbkari 

Mala V a 

Malwi 

Matoria 

Jlogiittlhari . 

Moria 

Moya 

Muirotia 

Nandliansi 

Neiiiadi 

Ninda 

Padaria 

Padthi 

Pardhi 

PrtWHf 

Phatuk 

K:igbubun9i 

Hajput 

Hania. 

Bao 

Ilailiod 

Katkala 

Rcpater 

Sugar 

Bangar 

Salpulia 

Sft togi 

Silwada 

Suwa 

Thola 

Tirwala 

Yadubansi 



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5 
5 
1 
1 
1 
5 
5 
1 
5 
5 
6 
1 
5 
1 

1, 2, 4, 5 
1 
5 

1,5 
4 
6 

2,5 

2,6 
4 
6 
5 
5 
5 
1 
5 
6 

5,7 
5 
2 
5 
1 
1 
1 
7 
1 
6 
5 
5 
6 

2,5 



Qasti :— 61— 

Unspeci^Ud 

Gelot :— 10,622— 



Badodia 

Bajbolia 

Bilabia 

Chanban 

Deoda 

Dcswali 

Dcwa 

Hrdi 

Jaijiiiri 

KacbJiawa 

Kah)tia 

Kahva 

Kirar 

Malwi 

]Marwadi 

Mcwadi 

Mitunia 

Patliaria 

Piwada 

Puibi 

Bat bod 

Sakela 

Si8(Mlia 

Songara 

Talfwda 

Wadwjif 

Yurwar 



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••. 

... 

•.. 

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GhancW:— 28— 



Marwadi 



Gola :— X0,i26— 



Cbbaclihole 

Dalialwar 

Dbobdc 

Dliuk 

Gbosi 

Golia 



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Gola— (Contd.) 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4,7 
4,7 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4,7 
4 
4 
4 
4 



8 



Gtidawo 

Gusainpir 

Gusain inalloda 

Gu»ainparmand 

(jusain Banyasi 

Kbarwar 

Bisodia 



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1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Gondhali :— 107— 



Bhcnsa 

Jawdia 

Kulia 

Baj 

bolanki 

Wyapt parik 



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2 

2 
5 
% 
2 
2 



Qudhella :— 16— 

Unspecified 

Gujar :— 164,179— 



Acbcri *- 


•«• 


6 


Adne 


•.f 


1 


A dona 


••• 


1 


Adusa 


••• 


8 


Akalia 


».• 


2 


Aniro 


• a. 


6 


Anamodani 


• •• 


1 


Anwari 


• .• 


1 


Bad 


• •• 


1,4,5 


Bagdia 
Bais 




2^,5,8 
6 


Balotri 


• *• 


1 


Banger 


• •• 


4 


Bnugote 


• •■ 


4 


Baroth 


• •• 


1 


Baruda 


«•• 


8 


Bahatwa 


• •• 


1 


Basonle 


• •• 


6 


Basti 


• •• 


1 


Bbadclia 


• •• 


1 


Bbadupia 


• •• 


8 


Bbagan 

1 K 1 ^^ 


• •• 


1 


Bharwar 


• •• 


1 


Bbaratpuria 


• •• 


8 


Bbatoni 


• •« 


1 


Bbowai 


• .• 


1 


Bbuja 


• .• 


5 


Bipuia 


• .• 


1 


Boda 


• .• 


7,8 


Bokra 


• •• 


8 


Boudli 


• •• 


1 


Bour 

1 


• .• 


1,5 


Bundelkhandi 


• •• 


r 

5 


Chhcbi 


• •• 


1 


Cbampa 


• •• 


4 


CHandcle 


• •• 


1,6,7 


Cbandore 


• •• 


# 1 ^ 

I 


Cbang 


• .• 


5 


Cbaprane 


• .• 


1 


Cbar 


• .• 


1 


Cbaria 


• •• 


6 


Cbava 


• •• 


1 


Cbaware 


• .. 


1,8 


Cbechi 


• •• 


1 


Cbeecbe 


• .• 


6 


Cbbapaya 


• •• 


1 


Cldiourdia 


• •• 


4 


Cbicbvo 


• •• 


1 


Cbir 


• •• 


6 


Cbouban 


1.2,4,5,7,8 


Chaupara 


••• 


1 


Dabri 


• •• 


8 


Dabi 


••• 


8 


Diiigar 


• «• 


1 


pakotra 


• •• 


5 


Daiiad 


• •• 


5,8 


Dania 


«•> 




1 


Dnsbai 


• •• 


1 


[jeberi 


••• 


1 


Do.^bwali 


• •• 


7 


Dliakad 


• •• 


2,7 


Dbanak 


• •• 


4,5 


Dliangar 


••• 


1,5 


Dbarod 


••• 


8 


Dbengar 


••• 


1 


Dbengar 


• .• 


1,5 


Doil 


• •• 


9 

I 


Dor 


• •• 


8 


Dum 


• •• 


1 



Cenms of Centml India 1901. 


^^^^B 


UABTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 




Giijar— (Coiit.) 


GujoT— (Cootd) 


Jaywa :-5I2— 


Jat. 


-(Contd.) 


Ehftucliusa ... 1 


Morlian „. 1 


Cl.awfln ... a 


DbirodH 


2 


Ettela ... 1 


Mori ... 1 


(Jlihotij-a ... 2 


Dbolpuria 


4 


Gsilri ... 1, e 


^'""iji ... 8 


Oodi ... 8 


Dbiidia 


6 


GilolU ... 6 


Nad ... 6 


(Jiwavi ... 2 


Doria 


1 


Qamli ... 1 


NngoJ ... 8 


Kad.hawai ... 2 


Utidade 


2 


Oaruthi ... 5 


NuiidbaDBi ... 1 


Ligayat ... 2 


Duderia 


4 


Gelot ... 7 


Nardia ... 3 


Maiwi ... 2 


Fo«-i 


1 


Gliorile ... 6 


Nigotia ... i 


Huiiriga ... 2 


F.il»uwa 


2 


Gliow.i!a ... « 


Niiuadi . . 7 


Pddle ... 2 


Oodwar 


a 


Goad ... 2,5,8 


Nii'ilipa ... 5 


Tawar ... 2 


Gang„r 


5 


Godir ... 1 


l-^diya ... 7 




Gawuria 


5 


Gohur ... * 


I'l'l'^re ... 1 


Jangra :— 610— 


Golut 


B 


GiiNlii ... 4 


Pali ... 1 




Oiiudlia 


2 


Gnrinalh ... 1 


Paloi ... 1 


U'lipceified. 


Ubola 


6 


Guvir«lh ... 1, 5 


Pannar ... 5 




Goia 
Go! 


5 


Gwuliuri ... 1 


Paa , 1 


Jat :-53,770- 


1,6 


Qa^na ... 1 


Pasi . . a 




Golpia 


fl 


Huraian ... 1 


PatHn ... 8 


Adnii ... 2 


Gor 


1 


Hur.ul ... I 


Patlione ... 1 


Adola ... 6 


G.itra 


f> 


H-lrbliDQ ... -1 


I'alona ... 1 


Ala ... 6 


Gij^ratl.i 


...1,2,5,7,8 


HMMttoa ... 1 


Pili.ly* ... 8 


Babberia ... 5 


Gwal 


5 


Hasoi ... 1 


I'itni 2 


Badle ... 2 


gada 


5 


Hein ... 2 


Purbia ... 2 7 


BaduxU ... 5 


Hi.rp,U 


7 


Hifuli ... ^ 


Huj-piir ... ■[ 


fiadaiai ,,, 6 


Ha«a«-at 


2 


Hula ... 8 


R"P>it ... 6 


Bag.ia .., 5 


Haalia 


4 


Judiin .. 7 


Rakde . . 1 


Banbir ... 1 


llalegar 


I 


Jaipura ... 4 


R»"i<xl ... 4, 5 H 


M^ghi ... 5 


Herli. 


1 


Jaodia ... 5 


Rawuti ... ' 7 


Bubadar ... 5 


HftUr 


2 


Japal ... I 


KiiBoia ... 8 


Bala ... e 


lliudaElImn 


3 


Jat ... 2 


Sudara ... i 


BumUiDia ... 1 


limgoria 


2 


Jliawra ... 1 


Sftgudya ... s 


Bainnia ... 6 


Hn.tiya 


I 


Jejotia ... 4 


Sairi 1 


Bang ... 5 


Jabda 


6 


Jojjda ... 4 


Saliirin ... 1 


Bjfdam ... 2 


Jadon 


1 


Jor ... i 




Bari-li ... 4 


Jagda 


S 


Kuchhwa ... 4 




Barol ... 2 


Jakai 


6 


Kacliliwuria ... 4 




Baliiri ... 6 


Jakbad 


2 


Kag.i ... 5 


sevi ;;; i 


Bathri ... 4 


Jalodi 


1 


Kaaasia ... 1, 5 


Kikarwari ... 1 


Beja ... 2 


Jambad 


& 


Karach ... 8 


8inaani»al .„ 2 




Jm.ira 


6 


Karano ... 1 


Siraliat ... 1 


Miabu ".'. 6 


JauakbnDsi 


1 


Kurolia ... 2 


Solanki ... 4 


Eliadar ... 6 


Jasind 


1 




Soonahi ... 1 


Bhadolia ... 4 


Jhujda 


2 


Kaaank .'.'.' ' 5 


Sour 1 


Bbagwia ... 6 


Jhaijkat 


1 


Ka»imi ... 1 


Sukia 5 


Illiiigu ... 6 


Joara 


1 


Kitlilia ... 8 


Tatkaria ... 8 


Uliukar ... 2 


K»i>iara 


5 


Kuoia ... I 


T"ur ... I 


Bband ... 1 


K<,[,iat<3 


5 


Kliad ... 8 


Tawar ." J 


Bliinkonda ... fi 


KjinarHoia 


4 


Ehabniya ... 8 


Tliaknr ... 1 3 


Bl.okad ... 6 


Kanaiijia 


H 


Kliane ... 1 


Tli.item ... 8 


Biaapanthi ... 7 


Kariiija 


I 


Kliarari ... 8 


Tbalka ... 8 


Biada ... 1 


Kurolia 


V. 


Eliarlieria ... 8 


Tbfkula ... 6 


Biaotia ... 1 


Karwada 


2, a 


Kljaiet ... 5 


Tliekuli ... 1 


Bobura ... 2 


KsBawa 


a 


Khari ... 1,2, S 


Trtnt . 8 


Bopeba ... 7 


Kliamaoa 


1 


ivhatana ... 4, 8 


Ujl-1 ... 8 
Waiiervfts ... ft 


Borana ... 8 


Kbatala 





Klicdwul ... 6 


Brajbanai ... 2, 7 


Kbenwar 


1 


Kher ... 4,8 


Wndwar ... j 


Bundole ... 2, 4, 5 


Kberia 


3 


KhiBlii ... 5 


Wamdo ... 1 


Bundiie ... 1 


Kberwa 


S, 6 




Verwar ... 4 


Cl-abak ... 2 


Kbicbad 


6 


KiM<li Z 1 




Chadro ... 8 


Kbila 


B 


Koduch ... B 


Ourao :-853- 


Cbakorin ... 1 


Kboja 


6 


Kolas ... 5 




Cliaodele ... 2, 7 


Klmri 


8 


Koli ... 6 


CUuh« ... 5 


Cliaaban ... 6 7 


Ktiulya 


1 


Kon ... 1 


IMkKbaai ... 2, 5 8 


Cbaura ... 1 


Riiiidd 


5 


K-ria ... 1, 1, 8 


Mewadi „ ' 'b 


ChawEQ ... 2 


Kola 


6 


Kud ... 1 


^M''> ... 6 


Cbehli ... 8 


Kamach 


a 


Kurlaja ... fi 


N«madi ... 5 


Cbekur ... 1 


Konla 


1 


Km ... 1 




Uhbakiidi ... 1 


Kuigar 




KuBone ... 1 


Halwai :— 1,244 — 


Chbattri ... 2, 7 


Kuradia 


2. 7 


Laur ... 1 




CidioL'nd ... 6 


Kiirlia 


4 


Lil.>ria ... 4 


Dilliwal ,;| 2 


Cbik.ya ... 1 


Lakbpuria 


I 


Lgbliera ... 5 


Cboian ... 5 


I,il"a 


4 


Loliar ... 1 


Cr-ombi ... fi 


Looawar 


1 




Cliogid ... 1 


Mad.liad 


5 




Qiijiimthi ..'.' 2 7 




Mudal 


5 


Mai" ;;; * 

Mali ... 1 


Kanimjia ... ' a 
Khatri , 7 
Maiwi 7 
Meda i 
Niriiawat . a 
Piifbia . I 
Rawal . T 
Raru 5 
Tliakur '." j 


Dakot '..'. I 


Mabiir 
Malwi 


4 
...1,2,4,7,8 


Malwi 1,4,6,7,8 


Dandak ... ] 


Mana 


fi 


JIuDii ... 1 


Danderia ... 6 


(liiral 


7 




DaoKipadbar ... 1 


Marwadi 


...1,2,4,5,7,8 


Maratlia 'Z 9 


DanbiK ... 1 


Mnlara 


5 


Warn ... 8 


Dardari ... 1 


SlatiTWur 


1 


Jl.ir«.adi ... 2,4,S,7 
Mnvda ... (j 


Diiroia ... 1 
Dasori ... 1 


Jlewa.li 
Morwal 


... 2, 5, 8 


Muwar ... 1 
Muwiiyi . ] g 


Hartola :— 192— 


Dawaria ... 5 
Delu ... i 


Muadbel 
Nad aria 


... 5 
5 


May-.da . ■ I 


Yuri ... 2 


Deswali ... 7 


Nnborwal 


1 


Mfdalva I 


Dbaka ... 4 


Naiiide 


5 


S:;-" :■■ ^■=.« 
' - ' 


Hijra :-I- 


I'liandi ... 6 
Dbaaetta g 


Nania 


2 

6 




llliiirua t, 


Nttinle 


1 


I'Mpai.ied. 


Ubtru ... 6 


Naawal 


7 


^^^^^^^™^^^^^^^^^^^^JJJ^2*^^^^^^^^^ 


1 




L 



232 

Census of Central India 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



Jat— (Contd.) 




Gingar.- 


-(Contd,) 




EacohhL 


.—(Contd.) 


Eachhi.' 


-(Contd.) 


Nalwara 


••« 


1 


Sakla 


••• 


2 


Baronia 


••• 


1 


Halo<Iar 


••• 


s 


Nagojee 


••• 


2 


Sisodia 


••• 


2 


Bar aria 


••• 


1 


Uardia 


••• 


1>3, 4 


Niakra 


••• 


1 


Sim agar 


••• 


2 


Bargbia 


^•» 


6 


Uarwaha 


••• 


1 ''I ^ 
6 


Nig 


••• 


4 


Sohinki 


•■• 


2 


Baiiuaiya 


••• 


6 


Uidona 


••• 


6 


Nodira 


••• 


5 








Baroul 


••• 


1 


Hiuduatbani 


••• 


2 


No II war 


••• 


1 


Joshl:- 


-10,508.- 


- 


Batbria 


••• 


1 


Jado 


••• 


1 


Oddiya 


••• 


2 








Bawrari 


••• 


1 


Jajoui 


••• 


2 


Odasia 


••• 


4 


Bayari 


• •• 


4 


Bedolia 


•■• 


5 


Jaioui 


••• 


2 


Puchakwa 


••• 


5 


Bhadri 


• •• 


1 


Begari 


••• 


1 


J a Ionia 


••• 


4 


>'achbori 


••• 


1 


Bhandari 




4,7 


Beriibia 


••• 


3,6,6 


Janidia 


••• 


1 


Padiya 


••• 


2 


Bharadwaj 


• •• 


4 


B^rota 


••• 


4 


Janiria 


••• 


1 


Palia 


••• 


1 


Bias 


•«• 


1 


Bbadria 


••• 


2,3,4 


Jaria 


••• 


e 


Panava 

_ • 


••• 


4 


Brahman 


• •• « 


,4,7 


Bhaidria 


••• 


2 


Jathor 


••• 


1 


Pauibar 


••• 


1 


Uakot 


• •• 


2 


Bhajinoa 


••• 


3 


Jbulra 


••• 


5 


Panjabi 


••• 


2 


Dakshani 


• •• 


4 


Bbajoria 


•• • 


e 


Jodiipnra 


••• 


4 


Papda 


••• 


5 


Payhari 


• •• 


2 


Bbairia 


••• 


1 


Jortjtia 


••• 


1 


Param 


•■• 


4 


Dhakar 


• ■• 


I 


Bbaroli 


••• 


1 


Kabira 


••• 


3 


Parmar 


••• 


5 


Ditathwari 


• •• 


4 


Bhuti 


• • • 


1 


Kacbhwaha 


1, 2, 3, 


4,66,7 
1 


Paroda 


••• 


8 


Goel 


• •• 


2 


B)tatikwar 


•t • 


6 


Kacbb waria 


9 9 W 
• •• 


Pa war 


••• 


2 


Giiria 


• •• 


3 


Bbegaria 


••• 


1 


Kaharia 


• •• 


1 


Peraya 


••• 


] 


Indoria 


• •• 


8 


Bhira 


•• • 


1 


Kaingoria 


• •• 


1 


Fhulgar 


••• 


5 


Kachhi 


• •• 


R 


Bijaria 


••• 


6 


Kalwa 


• •• 


2 


Pidla 


••• 


2,7 


Kachhwaya 


• •• 


8 


Bijor 


• •• 


1 


Kalwar 


• •• 


1 


Piirbia 


••• 1, 


2,4,7 


Kalte 


••• 


1 


Bilaora 


••• 


6 


Kaiudia 


• •• 


a 


Puri 


§ 

••• 


1,5 


MaUi 


• •• 


4 


Biiloia 


••• 


1 


Kanojia 


• •• 


2,3,6 


Raghubaosi 


••• 


5 


Narwaria 


• •• 


4 


Bilnia 


••• 


1 


Kaookda 


• •• 


r f 

6 


lUitiior 


••• 


1 


Pacholi 


• •• 


4 


Birjia 


••• 


1 


Karjaria 


• •• 


1 


Hajpuc 


••• 


5 


Pachore 


••• 


4,6 


Bit^aya 


••• 


1 


Karkuba 


• •• 


6 


Rao 


••• 


7 


Paria 


0»> 


6 


Biteui 


••• 


6 


Karolia 


• •• 


1 


Ruthor 


••• 


6 


Pawai 


• «• 


6 


Boinoriya 


••• 


1 


Karvva 


• •• 


6 


Rayal 


••• 


2 


Purbia 


• •• * 


,2,4 


Boula 


••• 


5 


Kasia 


• •• 


5 


^>agar 


••• 


1 


Purtha 


• •• 


1 


Boi»i 


••• 


1 


Kiisodi 


• •• 


1 


Saionia 


••• 


6 


Purwa 


• •• 


1 


Chachmida 


••• 


5 


Keoi 


• •• 


2 


Saiualda 


••• 


5 


Rangri 


• •• 


1,7 


Cliakpen 


••• 


2 


Kerso 


••• 


1 


Sarari 


••• 


5 


Reyasari 


• •• 


1 


Cbaoiia 


••• 


5 


Kowarthi 


• •• 


1 


Sawat 


••• 


2 


Riidwa 


•« • 


1 


Cliurwana 


••• 


6 


Khar 


• •• 


1 


Sewari 


•• ■ 


1 


Rukwar 


• •• 


6 


Chbalp.iya 


••• 


1 


Khodia 


• •• 


1 


Sikarwal 


••• 


1 


Sunadliiya 


• •• 


4 


Cbbiiriora 


••• 


1 


Kbodoliya 


• •• 


1 


Sikrori 


••• 


1 


Sikarwtir 


• •• 


1 


Chlieda 


••• 


1 


Kbotkar 


• •• 


1 


Siuiari 


■ ••• 


1 


Singoria 


• •• 


4 


(JhherwHri 


••• 


1 


Khouha 


• •• 


1 


Sindodi 


■•• 


5 


Vedgoria 


• •• 


4 


Cbbidiya 


••• 


1 


Khunwa 


• •• 


1 


8inghad 


••• 


5 


Wadgota 


• •• 


4 


Cblioroya 


••• 


1 


Kulwa 


••• 


1 


jSisodia 


••• 


2,4 








Cbila 


••• 


5 


Kori 


• •• 


1 


SolaDki 


••• 


5 


Julaba: 


-1,249.- 




Ctiiton 


••• 


1 


Kotiya 


• •• 


1 


Soblia 


••• 


5 








Cbodakona 


••• 


1 


Kiinuha 


• •• 


1 


idotia 


••• 


^0 

2 


Shakhwar 


••• 


1 


Ubodria 


••• 


2 


Lai 


• •• 


1 


tundra 


•• • 


Mi 

5 
1 








Ciiorusia 


••• 


1 


Lakhara 


• ■• 


6 


Surat 


• • • 


Kachera : 


-4,083- 


i 


Cbondbari 


••• 


1 


Laksi 


• •• 


1 


ISuruh 


••• 


2 
2 




f 




Dadnpanthi 


•• • 


5 


Lashkari 


• •• 


8 


JSurwar 


#• • 


Chilraha 


• •• 


3 


iJalhor 


■•• 


1 


Lasoria 


• •• 


1 


Tendra 


• • • 


mm 

5 


Cboban 


• •• 


3 


Dainawar 


••• 


1 


Lidhoria 


• •• 


6 


Thakur 


••• 


1,4 


Dharmal 


• •• 


3 


Durdia 


• a* 


6 


Lilha 


• •• 


4 


Tbatoiira 


* *• 


1 


Kelrolia 


• •• 


3 


Dasaba 


• •• 


6 


Liloria 


• •• 


1 


Tiioni 


• •• 


1 








Davobaya 


• •• 


4 


Lodaora 


••• 


6 


Thorlia 


• • • 


4 


Kadihi :- 


-353,095- 


— 


Delwar 


• •• 


1 


Lowra 


• •■ 


5 


Tosaniwal 


••• 


2 








Deogamoiya 


• •• 


1 


Maderwa 


• •• 


1 


Udhe 


% • 


mm 

1 


Affh ria 


••• 


1 


Deokaria 


• •• 


1 


Madod 


■ •• 


5 


Ujla 




1 
1 


Airwar 


••• 


6 


Dasawar 


• •• 


1 


Magav 


• ■• 


5 


Urya 


* •• 


Ajonia 


••• 


4 


Deswali 


• •• 


1 


Maiiar 


• •• 


4 


Vagher 


• a tt 


1 

1 
1 

5 
4 


Akaudia 


••• 


1 


Dhakar 


• •• 


1 


MaliO 


• •• 


1 


Vazir 


• • • 


Akliparia 


••• 


1 


Dhuinda 


• •• 


5 


Maknia 


• •• 


1 


Venwar 


• • • 


Aladia 


••• 


6 


Dbauiuia 


• •• 


5 


Makor 


• •• 


1 


Waria 


• • • 

AAA 


Ahiiya 


••• 


2,6 


Dharawal 


• •• 


6 


Maksi 


• •• 


1 


Yerwar 


«•• 


Alapuria 


■•• 


1 


Dhelwar 


• •• 


1 


Makuia 


• •• 


1 




• • • 


Alba 


••• 


1 


Dbingoria 


• •• 


1 


Mala 


• •• 


1 


Jhamral 


:— 523.- 




Alooa 


••• 


4 


Dihora 


• •• 


1 


Malipagore 

« • It- 


• •• 


1 








Auila 


••• 


6 


Dizogia 


• •• 


1 


Maldi 


• •• 


5 


Awasia 




5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


Aniodia 


••• 


2 


Doria 


• •• 


6 


Malliaria 


• •• 


6 


Bagdia 


••• 


A in ria 


• • • 


1 


Dudwari 


• •• 


1 


Mali 


• •• 


2 


Bliorsa 


••• 


Aiurola 


••• 


5 


I'uway 


• •• 


1 


malwi 


• •• 


1,4,6 


Chongad 


• • • 
••• 


A nbedi 


••• 


2 


Edir 


• •• 


1 


M anker 


• •• 


r m 

5 


JJawar 




Arliar 


• •• 


1 


Kale 


• • • 


2 


iVfarv>li 


• •• 


1 


Gujurathi 
Kana:»ia 


••• 


Ataina 
Atato 


••• 

••• 


1 
1 


Forkana 
GaTige 


• •• 

• • • 


2 
1 


Vi awas 

Medoi-a 


• •• 

■ • • 


2 
5 


MujaJda 


••• 


Au'Jeriya 


••• 


1 


Gani;oria 


• •• 


1 


Meduwal 


• •• 


5 


I>iumak 


••• 


Badebiya 


• • • 


1 


Gangria 


• •• 


5 


Mcbeto 


• •• 




Nigwal 


••• 


Badgaiya 


••• 


4 


Ghadwari 


• ■• 


1 


Midani 


••• 




Pardi 


• • • 


Bailii:ujar 


••• 


5 


Gbanjawan 


• •• 


1 


Moiiani 


• •• 




Rawat 


••• 


BadJi 


••• 


1 


(ibotoria 


••> 


6 


Moria 


■••• 




Solauki 


• •• 


Badora 


••• 


1 


Gondlikat 


• •• 


1 


M ugh wa 


• •• 




Solia 


••• 


Bagrola 


••• 


1 


Gouwaua 


• •• 


1 


Muria 


• •• 






••• 


Bug wan 


••• 


1 


Gopil 


• • • 


1 


Kaga 


• •« 




Jingar:- 


-548.- 


• 


Balairey 
Bais 


••• 


1 
6 


Gorda 
Gori 


• •• 

• •• 


1 
1 


Xakbatia 

Xukoria 


• •• 
••* 




Gujarathi 

Kayasth 

Labkaria 

Malwi 

Marwadi 

Xciiiadi 


• •• 

• •• 


8 
2 


Bakawasa 
BanK»riya 
liondaliya 


••• 
••• 
••• 


5 
4 
5 


Gnjusen 

Gnjarathi 

Giilacbi 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


X 

5 
5 


Nalrai 

Xaudbansi 

Narodeo 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 




• •• 


2 


Bonel 


• • • 


1 


G alawat 


• •• 


5 


Karolia 


• •• 




• •• 

• •• 


2 

8 


Banflria 
Banonia 


••• 
••• 


1 

1 


Gulctov 
11 ado pal 


• •• 

• •• 


5 
5 


N a rot ilia 
Nariwuria 


• •• 
• •• 


1, 4. a 


• •• 


5 


Ban&iwad 


••• 


1 


haldia 


• •• 


2,5 


Xawa 


• •• 


1 



■233 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



Kachhi- 


-(Contd.) 




Kiclkeria 


••• 


1 


Nirguda 


••• 


5 

1 


Notia 


•>• 


Ojara 


•■• 


1 


Omro 


••• 


6 


Fuchlor 


••• 


8 


Pachula 


••• 


6 


Fadra 


••• 


1 

/ft 


Palaya 


••• 


6 


Pallia ^ 


••• 


1,6 


Paiharia 


••• 


1 


Palo 


••• 


1 


Palaria ^ 


••• 


1,3 


Pttuhavi 


••• 


1 


Pnidoshi 


■•• 


3 

MB 


Panuar 


••• 


5 


Pawar 


••0 


1 


Pidaria 


••• 


5 


Pipiodia 


••• 


5 


Pipraia 


••• 


6 


Pir 


••• 


1 


Pirolia 


••• 


1 


Posi 


••• 


1 


PoBota 


••• 


1 


Puchia 


••• 


1 


Purnia 


••• 


4 


Radlior 


••• 


1 


Kaliia 


■•• 


1 


Bai 


••• 


1 


Kaidas 


••• 


3 


llaikhad 


••• 


5 


Raikwar 


••• 


6 


Kajori 


••• 


1 


Kalia 


••• 


1 


Raluwar 


••• 


1 


lialwai 


••• 


1 


Baodia 


••• 


1 


Kangia 


••• 


2 


Bao 


•• • 


1 


Bar 


••• 


1 


Batorah 


••• 


1 


Batwai 


••• 


1 


Bikor 


••• 


1 


Bukheda 


••• 


5 


Sadhua 


••• 


1 


Saclodhia 


••• 


1 


Sadiidia 


••• 


5 


Sajai 


••• 


5 


SaJQr 


• •• 


1 


8akor 


••• 


I 


SflkHeoa 


■•• 


4 


Salonia 


••• 


4 


Saluda 


••• 


5 


Sainoja 


••• 


1 


Saiieri 


••• 


1 


8ariia 


••• 


5 


iSasari 


••• 


2 


Sanshria 


••• 


1 


Sekhparia 


••• 


1 


Sigurwal 


••• 


4 


Sigor 


• •• 


1 


Sijoria 


••• 


6 


Mknena 


•• • 


2 


Sikoria 


•• • 


1 


Silaria 


••• 


1 


Silo 


••• 


1 


Silori 


••• 


5 


Sodar 


••• 


1 


Solanki 


••• 


1,6 


Songra 


■• • 


5 


Sosan 


• • • 


1 


Sosaria 


••• 


1 


Sukotia 


••• 


6 


Sukwar 


••• 


1 


Sulala 


••• 


5 


Suiiiba 


•• • 


3 


Suiiicrwar 


••• 


1 


Suuwari 


• •• 


1 


Suroiipa 


••• 


1 


Si 1 tuna 


• • • 


5 


Taria 


••• 


1 


Taroti 


••• 


1 


Telutia 


••• 


1 


Tentwar 


••• 


1 


Thakur 


••• 


2 


Tiiikria 


••• 


1 


Thole 


••• 


1 


Tinsia 


••• 


5 


TirHri 


• • • 


l 


Uclicdia 


• • • 


6 



Kachhi^(CoDtd.) 



Fdla 


••• 


Umhedia 


••• 


Vnidwaria 


••• 


Vumoria 


••• 


Vildi.ya 


••• 


Wigwama 


••• 


Wo mo 


••• 


Yaheliya 


••• 


Zeriya 


••• 



Unspecified, 

Kahar :— 30,588— 



Ahir 

Aindost 

ADi^aria 

Badiiawaria 

Karonia 

Banuaiya 

Bliarnad 

Hharudeshi 

Bliamdost 

Bhaolia 

Hliarsakla 

Bharsigh 

BliaraHtar 

Bor 

Chachoria 

ChatliDia 

Cliaurapuria 

Chouhan 

Dalmrya 

Dharwa 

Dholia 

Dhuri 

Dilkada 

Dilwasi 

Doladal 

Duitiya 

Gaodia 

Gekwar 

Ghundia 

Gliosi 

Gliuria 

Gujar 

Gujarathi 

Gundi 

Jadan 

Jadho 

Jaiswar 

Jitral 

Kibiraha 

Kanarjia 

Kauojia 

Kasiiva 

Katoya 

Katua 

Kawsi 

Kharkcr 

Linga 

Mala 

Malwi 

Mandtina 

Manoria 

Mookalya • 

Mudal 

Muliadia 

Mulaya 

Miindla 

><akhiya 

Naota 

Niiiia'iiya 

Noinandaya 

Padiyal 

Pawar 

Perdeslii 

Purbia 

KoKwal 

Rekwar 

Rajkhdh 

Rasmia 

Salva 

Saplia 

Sarad 

Sida 

Siughad 

Singbuath 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•• 
••• 
••• 
• •• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
■•• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



•• • 
••• 
••• 
• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•«• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



6 

1 
5 
1 
1 
5 
1 
4 
6 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
3 

• 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
1 
1 
5 
5 
1 
5 
5 
5 
5 
o 
5 
2 
5 
2 
5 
3 
3 
5 
8 
2 
1 
2 
3 
5 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
4,5,8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
2 
5 
6 
2 
4 
1,3 
3 
5 
5 
6 
3 
5 
5 



Kahar— (Contd.) 



Singrad 

Si way a 

Siwda 

Solaoki 

Solia 

Somhansi 

Sondhia 

Sosnia 

THiuir 

Tekwrtr 

Thakuria 

Tignrna 

Wag 

Watoina 

Yerwur 



••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 

• «• 

• •• 
••• 
••• 
■ •• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
»•• 
••• 



5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
3 
5 
5 
8 
3 
5 
5 
5 
4 



Kakaigar :— 2i2— 

Unspecified. 

Kalal :-62,094— 



Ahir 

Antra 

Badlior 

Badhuchia 

Badmnsin 

Badoria 

Bagelaha 

Bagra 

hahuria 

Barcha 

Bhadra 

Bhaokuchra 

Bluipal 

niiatera 

Bhatikwar 

l^hesda 

Bhujak 

Bijoria 

Biindola 

Chadar 

Chakhansi 

Chhanarpuri 

Ciihehata 

Chiwalga 

Choswar 

Chouhan 

Chowda 

Dadaola 

Dacani 

Deshi 

Deswuli 

Deti 

Dhanpadia 

Dliurwal 

Galinor 

Garolia 

Ghaloi 

Golsada 

Goria 

Giilder 

Gulhar 

Gulsar 

Hindusthani 

Itiiya 

Juiiionia 

Jeswar 

Jujotia 

Kanlicra 

Kanojia 

Klii«hi 

LaKhcra 

Laslikari 

Lodi 

MagDia 

Mabajan 

Malwi 

Mankar 

Manpuri 

Mavda 

Mariyal 

Marwadi 

MaW'ir 

Narwarya 

Naswal 

Nemadi '^ 

NiinaO 

Omro 

Orcchhal 



••■ 
••• 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
■•• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•• ■ 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•*• 

• • • 

••• 

• • • 
■•• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
■*• 
••■ 
••• 
••■ 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••■ 
••• 

2, 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 
».• 

• . • 

• •• 

• • . 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• ■• 

• • • 



2 
4 
3 
5 
5 
3 
7 
5 
6 
4 
6 
5 
6 
6 
4 
6 
3 
6 
6 
5 
3 
2 
6 
5 
5 
8 
5 
5 
5 
2,7 
2,5 
4 
5 
5 
4 
4 
4 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
2,5 
4 
6 

1, 3, 5, 8 
4 
6 
3 
8 
5 
2 
5 
6 
6 

4, 5, 7, 8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2,7,8 
2 
4,6 
7 
5 
5 
6 
5 



Kolal— (Contd.) 



I 



Padiyar 

Padlya 

Palya 

Pania 

Pa'-deshi 

Pothar 

Purbia 

Purnia 

Baghubanai 

Bai 

Ruikwar 

Kajput 

Runtele 

Keh 

Rewat 

Rokha3'a 

Saigar 

Sakebansi 

Sakhwal 

Sastra 

Sliivagada 

Shoh 

Siliora 

Sikarwal 

Sirja 

SiBodya 

Sitiana 

Siwuia 

Solanki 

Sotia 

Sonibansi 

Sod mania 

Tad 

Tak 

Tartar 

Tl ater 

Til 

Til ay a 

Tlrwar 

Tolia 

Uiiiro 

Varia 

Zeprol 

Zetia 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
•.• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



6 
5 
3 
5 
5 
5 
2, 4, 5, 7, 8 
4 
5 

3,4,6 
4 
U 
4 
5 
5 
6 
.5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 

5 
2 
8 
7 
5 
6 
5 
5 
3 
5 
5 
8 
5 
6 
5 
G 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 



■• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• »• 
•* • 

• »• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
• . • 
••• 
■•• 
••• 



Kalbelia:— 695.— 



Chawhan 

Nat 

Kirgla 

Solanki 

Was 



•*• 



5 
8 
5 
5 
5 



Kalota:- 17,233. 



Badwana 

Barotia 

Basotia 

Bbamotia 

Bliori 

Bisi 

Chnndan 

Chauderi 

Chodri 

Cbokhi 

Chouhan 

huiuhar 

DeHhi 

Devvda 

Dbole 

Dodo 

Gadwa 

Garodin 

Gelot 

Go<ie 

Gugarathi 

Ilarod 

Jatleo 

Kalura 

K(?lvva 
Klmde 

KIrt 

Knwar 

Loda 

^lakwana 

Malwi 

Maiidloi 

Marwada 

Mewadi 

Mori 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 

••• 

••• 

•• • 

• •• 

••■ 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

•«• 

■•• 



••• 

•.• 

••• 

••■ 

••• 

• «• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 



2,7 
2,7 
7 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2,5 
2 
2,5,7 
2 
2,7 
2 
2,7 
2 
2 
2 
2,5 
2,7 
2,7 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2,5 
2 
2 
2,7 
2,7 
5,7 
5 
2 



234 

Censas of Central India, 1001. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



EINDU. 



Kalota— (Contd.) 



Nakhalia 

Nakumb 

Naudwa 

Narwal 

Pariwal 

Parmar 

Pawar 

Pidwali 

Kajput 

llaochod 

Ilathod 

8irojia 

Sinodia 

Solanki 

Songur 

Ta8li 

Talpati 

TawHF 

Thakur 



••• 



••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 



Kamarla :— 2,02i— 



Barkhonia 

Bhagooia 

Bhojal 

Handele 

Joju 

Kariwal 

Magele 



••• 



•t« 



Kamnigar :— 130— 

Uiupecified. 

Eanarclii :— 442— 



Achocha 

Maiwi 

Marwadi 

Paoi^al 

Parmar 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Ambrelia 

Amraja 

Amonja 

Ateiia 

Badesar 

Badri 

Bhagna 

Bhora 

Bhopali 

Bhorgoti 

Bhote 

diandele 
Cbaulmn 

Dadapantbi 

Danker 

Dasura 

Deswali 

Dhunari 

Dodabhagot 

Oadheri 

Gatapuri 

Golaha 

Kartell 

Hoser 

Jakel 

Gharia 

Kainli 

Kanchora 

Kaokhara 

Kaneri 

Kanoti 

Katoria 

Kori 

Koria 

Lathre 

Lona 

Mabhemia 

MaIwi 

Mam 

Mathasingore 

Mehcr 

JM eliia 

Mora 

Mori 

Nadle 

Nigaile 

^'aKumb 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



»•• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



«•• 



«•• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



2, 



8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



Kandera :— 17,430— 



1 
6 



6 

7 



Eandera— (Con td.) 



2 


Xama 


••• 




2 


Narwaria 


••• 




2 


Natodia 


••• 




5 


Note 


••• 




2 


OdHn 


••• 




2,7 


Purbi 


••• 




2,5 


Rajore 


••• 




7 


Sagaha 


••• 




2 


Sakarwar 


• • 




2 


Saloki 


••• 




2,7 


8arnai 


••• 




2 


Sasko 


••• 




2,7 


Sikera 


••• 




2,5 


Sodb 


■•• 




2,5 


Thadera 


••• 




2 








2 
2 


Kanjar : 


-1,627— 




art 

2 


Bbens 


•«• 


2 




ChHiihan 


••• 


2,8 




Gujaratlii 


••• 


2 




Jaipuri 


••• 


2 


6 


Lathi 


••• 


2 


6 


Mania 


••• 


2 


6 


Marwadi 


••• 


7,8 


6 


Narchh 


••• 


2 


6 


Padodya 


••• 


2 


6 


Sujniat 


••• 


2 


6 


Sarka 


••• 


2 




Sondhia 


••• 


2,8 




Ujlia 


••• 


8 




Umbar 


••• 


1 



Earbera :— ix— 

Unspecified. 

E:amaoli (Karnoti) :— 766 

Vnepeci^ed, 

Easera :— 4,358— 



Agarsati 

Bari 

Bharo 

Bhati 

Bhiisa 

Bindrabanbasi 

Bnndelkhandi 

Chhattri 

Ciiohan 

Dakbani 

Giijarathi 

HindiiKtani 

Khereda 

Khud 

Kumawad 

Kiimwali 

Malwi 

Maretha 

Mar\vadi 

Mathurawal 

Misa 

Odiya 

Pawar 

Sirso 

Sooda 

Wad bur 

Zall 



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4 

6 
5 
5 
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7 
8 
7 

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4 
2 
6 
8 
5 
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Eatbak :— 2. 

Unspecified. 

Eatia :-795. 



Pehuja 

Chandcrwal 

Chaulian 

Dilliwal 

Garicbha 

GotliWAn 

Hingotia 

Kucliliria 

Kaineta 

Keora 

Nahesri 

Malwi 

Manaori 

Ratbod 



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Sariwal 
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Tagera 
Taoria 



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Eayastb :— 79,684. 



Airwar 

Ajnia 

Asodera 

l^atnnger 

Bengali 

Bbagde 

Bbaradwar 

Kbit 

Brahma 

Obandraeni 

Cbboti Sambba 

Dasilpura 

Deshi 

DuBry 

God 

Gond 

Gour 

Jinjar 

Kajinak 

Kalnria 

Kaltfan 

Kanojia 

Kansela 

Karu 

Kasma 

Kasraina 

Katro 

Kerna 

Kbare 

Kbarjadia 

Kbattriwal 

Kburas 

Kry 

Kudra 

Kiilsbariste 

Lala 

Macbocby 

Mabesha 

Malio 

Malwi 

Maihur 

Nagour 

Nagri 

Nigam 

Ojay 

Oswal 

Otane 

Pador 

Pancbole 

Papgore 

Pateria 

Patnia 

Rather 

Sakarwar 

Sakhsmai 

Sakbsane 

Salone 

Sbivo 

Shriwaslaw 

Suradaj 

Tillori 

Unai 

Unao 

Wadga 

Waspat 



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7 

6 

1,8 

1,5,8 

1 
8 
2,7 
1 
2 
1 
4 
6 
5,6,8 
1 
1 
2 
5 
6 
2 
6 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
7 
1 
6 
6 
3 
6 
1 
2 
5 
1 
1 
2 
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4 

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2 
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5 
6 
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2 

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3 
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Aunk 

Bannic 

Beldar 

Chandna 

Cbaubam 

Daima 

Nalri 

Marwadi 

Newadi 

Mocbi 

Namcbanic 

Napir 

Ode 

Ojla 

Surb'a 



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Bakia 
Tuwar 



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7 



Eewat :— 21,513 



Bhuraha 

Dharma 

Girgit 

Hardia 

Mandar 

Maria 

Nunet 

Ninvaha 

Rabotya 

Ratel 

Sonmami 



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8 
3 
3 

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3 
3 
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Dbarmal 

Kariyawane 

Nagbanai 

Paniiar 

Patbandi 
Patki 

Sonmani 

Suryabansi 



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3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



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Badgaiya 
Badgona 

Bagdawat 

Bagra 

Bamoria 

Ban8gotia 

BeJgara 

Bclgotia 

Bbarat 

Bbarda 

Bbarele 

Bbarta 

fiharoti 

Bhclaiya 

Bilwar 

Bhiso 

Buteria 

Cbandragoti 

Cbaria 

Chobdar 

Chongotia 

Cliundela 

Daliavat 

Depal 

Deawal] 

Diiagir 

Dhakad 

Dbolia 

Duloria 

Galha 

Gaoraia 

Gaur 

Girv^^a 

Gobaja 

Gotia 

Gubai 

Uarania 

tiarda 

Haronia 

Kachliwariya 
Kasera 

Kenia 

Khargond 

Klmrgeti 

Kber 

Klioti 

Kudar 

Kudaria 

Kurgotia 

Ki.ria 

Lodi 

Magra 

Mugnea 

Makwa 

Malwi 

Mangoti 

Meher 

Mewadi 

Morbcsi 

Moria 



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^V CASTES AND SUB-CABTBS FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 




^^m Ehangar— (Coiit.l.) 


Khati- 


(CoDtd.) 


Ehalik— (CoBtd.) 


Koli- 


-(CoQtd.) 


Mudia ... 4 


Kaama 


2 


Tnrkuhi ... 3 


Dhavoti 




Mugrelo ... 6 




2,7 


Thakralm ... 3 


Dhiwar 


2, 7 


Huncl.kuttd ... <; 


Kelia 


6,7 


Tundelia ... 1 


Dnodar 




Sngnoti ... B 


Klmjuriu 




Umroo ... 1 


Diwan 




Nagor ... 4 


Kharotha 




Uri ... 6 


Dolnr 




Naoak ... 5 


Khiglia 






Eik«ar 


;" a, 7 


Narwariii — 1 


Kir««a 




Khatrl;-4,070:- 


Erkwar 






Koli 






Garasia 




Uaiic ... 4 


Lagodift 




Alora ... 6 


Qhariud 




Pulwn ... 4 






Arod ... 6 


Qov-1 




ParsaDii ... 6 


Ualwi 


.". 2,4,7 


Bajaria ... 6 


Gujarathi 


a, 5 


Patoh ... 6 


Naodol 


2,8 


Boryura ... 2 


HarbaoHi 




Puniciia ... 4 


N»ru 


8 


Baradi ... 6 


Hel 


!".'. 5 


Bai ... 1.6 


Nwwadi 


... 2,4,7 


Blml ... 5 


Uinduatani 


2 


Baj ... 6 


Nulhuria 


1, 8 


Chan dan wali ... 5 


Huaet 


2 


Haotely ... 6 


Newadi 


... 4,7,8 


Chopati ... 6 


lai 


5 


Kno ... 3, 4 


Naguda 


8 


Chopde ... 6 


Jadho 


fi 


Ra«ila ... 4 


Naenta 


7 


Cliouhan ... 5 


Jagdhar 


... 5 


RaUiodia ... G 


.Nimdodia 


a 


Dawan ... 7 


Jaiawar 


6 


Rawoon ... S 


Ooplwiia 




Dewal ... 2 


Jnmra 


s 


ReElia ... 4 


OpduodiL 




Halwa ... 6 


Jaawal 




Bewal ... 6 


Paeliliore 


6, 7 


HiaduBthaai ... 6 


Kabir 


2, 8 


Sadka ... 6 


Pwlula 




Jaya ... 5 


Kadia 




Kakuli ... 4 


Paltial 




Kh»ndw ... 5 


Kaleda 




BaDgiria .. 6 


Palsliadi 




K"puria ... 6 


Kamthia 




Sungtre ... 6 






Kubarbathria ... 2 


Kanaria 




Sanore ... 6 


Pannar 




Kaghwar ... 6 


Kanaaia 




Sarefe ... 4 


Putlioria 




K"!"' ... 1,2,4,7 


KaUBuiia 




Sutotia ... 6 


Purbi» 




Koni ... 2 


Karigalia 




Thakur ... 2 


Rajaaa 


'". 8,4,7 


M«la ... 4 


Kakruwa 




Tigotia ... 6 


Ratliod 




Nanakpanthi ... i 


Kathia 




Wal ... 6 


Rupada 




Nttojabi ... 1, 4 


Eharel 






Scria 




Rnthod ... 2 






■ Kharaola 2,871 ;- 


Siflodid 


1, 2 


SahBaarbohu ... 5 


Ruinitma 




^^< 


Solanki 




Sanor ... 2,7 


Kuoa 




^■•ChauLaa ... 2, 5 


Suduna 




SoDOr ... 4 


Kurkata 




^^"Ueorft ... fi 


Sugan 




Sa«t ... 5 


Kuwar 




■ Dodiya ... 2,5 


Suklia 




Tliukur ... 6 


Loda 




Gelot ... 5 


Sunania 


2,7 




Lodi 


2, 5 


Gujrati ... 2 


Sunara 


5, J 


Kberua :— 274— 


Lot 




EochhaU ... S 








Magar 




Malwi ... 2, 6 


Uploodi 




Uiapeeificd. 


MBhadoo 




Uarwadi ... 2, 6 


Wtokodi 






Maliar 




Mokhadi ... S 


Zulaaia 




Kirar:— 2,598— 


Mabatia 




Mewadi ... 2, 5 








Mubra 


2, 5 


Modiya ... 2.5 


KhatUt 


-19,301- 


KoU;-32,268— 


Makh 




Narwar ... 2, S 








Makwaoia 




Bujput ... a 


Badwn 


3 


Ahar ... 5 


Mttlliara 




- Rsithod ... 2 


Baodnava 




Ahir ... 2,5,7 


Mali 






Bliagwar 




Abora ... 6 


Maloha 




Khati 59,387:- 


Biiilwari 




Akbadind ... 8 


Ualura 






Boocliar 




Akhraolia ... G 


Malwi 


.'." 1,2 4,5 


Ajara ... 2,7 


ChandeU 




Arya ... 4 


UandelJk 




Aleda ... S 


Chikwa 




Away* ... Ji 


Mandwania 




Alera ... 2 


Cliohan 


.v.' i, 5, ti 


BaiBwara ... 6 


Maretha 


"! 2,6 


Ambuda ... 2 


Dagww 




Bamnia ... 6 


Mawar 




Awalda ... 6 


Dagle 




Bandol ... 6 


Mer 




Bamtia ... ; 


FaHei 






Meaha 




Barnerja ... 2 


Fatkaria ■ 




Baosi ... 5 


Mcta 




Borodia ... 2, & 


Gaganari 




Baria ... 5 


Mewadi 




Bhesana ... 5 


GaMla 




Baanni ... S 


Mad 




Bheaudia ... 2 


Hiol 




Ba,wa ... 2 






BilwalU ... 2 


Hokia 




Belwa ... 5 


Mahura 




Bodad ... 6 


Bachhwa 




BliHgwat ... 2 


Mori 




Chandna ... 2 


KaiflumLs 




Bhanpufia ... S 


Molwad 




Uhotlia ... 6 


Kiilbole 




Bhftti ... 6 


Nandliaoai 




Clmnliaa ... 5,8 


Kalota 




Bhopali ... 7 


Kuodtt 




Chudna ... 4. 


Kaaai 




Birbaai ... 2 


Niioria 




Dedlia ... 2 


KUagwar 




Bol ... 5 


Kurwiiria 


'.'.'. 4, 6 


Deehi ... 4 


Rbarol 




Borditt ... 6 


Nibbada 




Ueena ... 7 


Khiclii 




Borli ... 6 


Nikiime 




^^^ Godaria 7 


Kokp,IDtlll 




Botaa ... S 


Oodepuria 






Koli 




Bundelkhand ... 6,7 


Pachray 


2, 7 


^^^BOarwad 


Kunbi 




Chakeda ... 5 


Piggi 






Maiwi 


"'i, 4, 6. 7, B 


Chaiuar ... 6 


Palaai 






Manwia 




Cbarar ... 6 


Paldi 






Marwadi 


'". 1, C, T 


Chisdia ,„ 6 


Pargi 






Mawad. 


a, 6. 7 


Ciiodhri ... 6 








Mohotin 




ChoQda ... 5 


Patmal 






Parwar 




Cbouhan ... 2, 5 


Parnior 




Jalwaha ... 2 


Puraniu 




Dakbani ... 5 


Pa war 






PurUia 


"i, 2, 4, 7, 8 


Dakotra ... 5 


Potra 




Jangdia ... 1,8 
JbaTia ... 5 


hajore 




Dangar ... 6 


Purbia 


'.'.'. 2, 4. 5 . 


Rawaclii 




Dawar ... 5 


Roikwar 




^H-Jhundia ... 1 


Ijetiiwal 




Degda ... 6 


Bauhojaa 




^^■Kalmoda ,.. 2,5 


Shiloci 




Deola ... 5 


Rapta 




^^K&bt 


Sigore 




Deawali ... 2, 4 


Riithod 




^^^V>Earoiia ... 2 


BituI 




Dlianiar ... 4 


Riwa 




KiisBl ... 3 


Sunkar 


2 


Dhakiiu ... 5 


Smioa 




KaBlon ... 3 


Tadki.1 


4 


Dliaoda ,„ 5 


Sukcrwar 


4 


^BIbb 


- ■ « 


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236 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

.CASTES AND SUB.CA8T£S FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



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Saklia . ••• 

Saiawar 

8alida 

Salata 

Sanawal 

Sapera 

Sapeaoda 

Bargara 

Fekwal 

Siddi 

8h^khwati. 

Singar 

Sirol 

Sirsad 

Solanki 

8otia 

^oni 

Sukhftia 

8unwani 

Tadoda 

Takroj 

Talar 

Talhaua 

Talar 

Talnaha 

Taloke 

Tarta 

Tarwadia 

Todi 

Wadia 

Wagh 

Wagul 

Wakdin 

Wakul 

Wan 

Waskeda 

Waskia 

Komtl 

Bamthe 
Sauarya 

Kondar :— 79l5— 

Bhoma 

Good 

Kbargot 

Nooia 
Tiwarim 

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Kaira 

Kamoria ■ 

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Katar 

Kathuna 

Eoota 

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Lohori 

Loneria 

Lumia 

Lurwe 

Magra 

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Mori 

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Narwaria 

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Palliwall . 

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Paranha 

Paria 

Parwaha 

Paihi 

Patre 

Patmar 

Pakri 

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Bawat 

Bekwar 

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Sakhria 

Sakscne 

Saktuha 

Sakwar 

Samtiier 

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8ikarpurl 

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Bakshani 

Beawali 

Bevi 

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SBdMMmdia:— 90. 



Kuniawat:-9,3i3 



Ajera 

Awala 

Badoda 

Bhati 

Bora 

Chakra 

Chandole 

Charma 

Dhaima 

Dhak 

Dodal 

Gahar 

Gala 

jGrujarathi 

Jaro 

Khalota 

Khelda 

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Marathi 

Marwari 

Mewadi 

Karwaria 

Basmara 

Benimal 

Sakwaya 

Silwati 

Soliinki 

Tamboli 

Wedania 

Kuml)ar:- 

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Agodi 

Aija 

Ajnura 

Awraatia 

Badgoya 

Badwa 

Baghela 

Baloda 

Bano 

Bardi 

Bardia 

Barele 

Basere 

Beraiya 

Berdiya 

Bhadkar 

Bharatpuri 

Bhama 

Bhayal 

Bhenia 

Bhig 

Bhikha 

Bhopa 

Bidor 

Brijbanai 

Bundelkhandi 

Buri 

Buna 

Bhairdaria 

Chakhes 

Chakere 

Chakoria 

Chakretia 

Chandel 

Ghandnas 

Cbrehia 

Charia 

Ghawa 

Gbhena 

Chichwar 

Ghilat 

Ghitaria 

Ghiwari 

Ghohan 

Ghomnria 

Ghoral 

Ghuklis 

Dadia 

Daima 

Dakhani 

Daragwa 

Deswali 

Dhakam 

Dhaker 

Dhakni 

Dhandera 

Dharchia 



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7 


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8 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


1,7 


• •• 


1 


38yl56» 


ir.) 




• •• 


6 


••• 


1 


• •• 


1 


••• 


7 


• •• 


2 


• «• 


1 


• •• 


1 


••• 


6 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


1 


0*» 


3 


••• 


2,6,7 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


6 


••• 


1 




1 


••• 


••0 


3 


• •• 


2 


• «• 


8 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


3 


••• 


8 


• •• 


7 


*•• 


1 


• •• 


2,6 


••• 


4,6,6 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 


••• 


1 


• •t 


6 


••• 


6 


••• 


1 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


6 


• •t 


3 


• •• 


4 


■•• 


1 


• •• 


7 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


8 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1,6,7,8 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


3 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


2,6 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


1,2,7 


• ■• 


1 


• •• 


1 


••• 


1 


• •• 


4 



Kosti— ('Contd. ) 



2,6 



Dhet 
Dhuria 
Domoli 
Durete 
Erwar 
Gadehda 
Gadhawai 
Gadhera 
Gadwal 
Gahoi 
Gamlia 
Gayak 
Gelot 
G«lria 
Ghana 
Ghaowal 
Qhotgadia 
rQodira 
Gol 

Gonada 
Gondele 
Goraula 
Gotia 
Gour 
Gujaria 
Gujarathi 
Hatia 
Handera 
Harayia 
Hat 
Hatod 
Jadho 
Jaghaa 
Jaipur! 
Jaitia 
Jaloria 
Jangdia 
Jaria 
Joji 

Eabirpanthi 
Kachha 
Eaderia 
Eakeheria^ 
Eandhaiwar 
Eanojia 
Karaoha 
Easgar 
Eawarse 
Ehadetao 
Ehanpuri 
Eharadia 

Eharati 

Ehater 

Khatbaya 

Ebatra 

Ebelada 

Ehera 

Ehoala 

Ehoya 

Eoka 

Eiiker 
. Eundelwa 

Lafa 

Lag:or 

Laknia 

Lamonia 

Laskari 

Lilia 

Loharia 

Mageheta 

Mahori 

Mabur 

Maiwar 

Maiwi 

Mandai 

Mandoria 

Mano 

Manula 

Maria 

Marod 

Maru 

Marwadi 

Mena 

Mewadi 

Midia 

Moharia 

Momir 

Mukeri 

Naga 

Nagora 

Narania 

Naria 



••• 




1 


••• 




1 


••• 




1 


••• 




1 


• •• 




6 


• •• 




1,6 


•«• 




1 


••• 


1.4,6 


• •« 




4 


••• 




6 


••• 




5 


••• 




5 


• •• 




6,8 


••• 




1 


• •• 




5 


••• 




7 


••• 




8 


• •• 




6 


••0 ■ 


2, 


6,7 


»•• 




1 


••• 




6 


• ■• 




1 


• •• 




6 


••• 




1 


»»0 




1 


.0.2,4,6, 


i7,8 


••• 




1 



••• 

••• 6 

••• 2 

2,4 
6 
6 
2,4 
1 

1,4 
3 
2 

4 

4 

e 

1 
1 

'•! 

6 
1 

1 
1 
7 
5 
1 
1 
1 
8 
I 
7 
8 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
2 
1 

1,3 
1 

4 

& 

1 
1 
1 

1,2,4,6,8 
1 
••• 4 

1 
••• 6 

••• o 

••• ^ 

••• O, o 

2,4,6,?7,8 

2,6,8 
7 

1 
4 
S 
••t 6 

••• 6 

1 



••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 

• 0« 

• 0* 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 
••0 

• •• 

• •• 
• •• 

• 0* 

• 0* 
• •0 

• •• 

• •• 
0.0 
000 

• •• 
000 

• 00 
0.0 
000 
000 
000 

• 00 
'000 

000 
000 

• •0 

• 00 
000 
000 



• 00 



• •0 

• 00 
000 

• •0 





^^^^^^^^^^^^B 


HPI 




^^^^^^^^23^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


HiifDU." 


Census of Central India, 1001. 






CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 




Kumbliar-(Contd.) 


Kuubi— (Contd.) 


Kurmi— (Contd.) 


Labliuiia— 


(Contd.) 


Nana -.. > 


Deaai ... 5 


BInimia ... G 


Chouhan 


6 


Naraot ... 6 


Deawnli ... 6 


Birja ... 4 


Dnftft 


5 


Narwaria ... 1. 1 


Dhankia ... & 


Borade ... 3 


D«iiim 


6 


Neriu — ^ 


I'liia ... 6 


Budboria ... 4 


Daogar 


5 


Nibulia — 1 


Diwnna ... 6 


Bundole ... 9 




6 


Kiyadu — 2 


Gwliiritt ... 5 


Cliadnd ... 6 


Dbunka 


5 


•a<bl .- 1 


Gnnd* ... 1 


Cbflfria ... 3 


Dhoti 


;... 5 


•aduj^ir ..■ 6 


Gujrutii ... 2,6,8 


Chakria ... 4 


Dodwa 


6 


>adwa ■■• 7 


Hewadel ... 6 


Cljandela ... 6 


Ghiig 


6 


'aluadima ... fi 


Ilhi-iiistuni ... 5 


Chandnao ... 3 


Gbuti 


6 


■alia ■" 1 


Jainwar ... S 


Chandwana ... 5 


Hadi 


5 


'uraire ■■■ 1 


Jaria ... 5 


Charan ... 3 


?,'Si' 


5 


Pnriitt' ... 1 


JfpKiinr ... 5 


Dahxliani ... 6 


Jhud 


5 


PardcBlii ..■ 4 


Je«,va| ... 6 


Ueniab ... 3 


Kachhawi 


5 


Parmar ... 1, 6. 8 


Jijakdt ... b 


Deawali ... 4 


Kadi bora 


5 


Parodi ... 1 


Jbiirmnl ... 


Dliimarya ... 4 


Kafbboliya 


5 


Patera — 6 


Jbirari ... B 


Doorwaria ... 4 


Kaloria 


5 


Patia ... 1 


Kachhwa ... 2 


Diukria ... 6 


Kankoda 


5 


Pawaria — 7 


Kod.nvft ...1,2,6,7,8 


(iugoi „. 4 


Karodia 


5 


Phoria ... 1 


Knilia ... 6 


Raboi ... 4, 6 


KaPtiya 


5 


Piker ... 1 


Ealole ... 5 


Giloai ... 2 


Ealara 


6 


Piripa ... 1 


Kamatu-ara ... S 


Golia „. 6 


Kalawn! 


5 


Publiii .- 1 


Kanaiijia ... 2, 5 


Gnjaruthi ... 2,7 


Katbala 


6 


Piichliaria ... 1 


Kannwava ... 5 


Jd»wal ... 6 


Khncbar 


5 


Furbia ... 1,2,4,5 


K.pk ... 5 


Jaray* ,,. 6 
Jiiriiheta ... 4 


Khadeda 


5 


Purnia ... 4 


Kara *... 6 


Klmiyat 


6 


Raikivar ... 4 


Kateru ... 6 


Jiiiipur ... 3 


Kbarndi 


5 


Raj ... 2, 7 


Koruti ... 5 


JbeliB ... 3 


Khokna 


5 


Batbod ... 1, 6, 6, 8 


Khondeebi ... 5 


Kadirai ... 6 


Lakna 


5 


Kaviria ... 1 


Kbarchwal ... 2 


Kanmijia ... 2, 3, 6 


Lil 


5 


Rehali ... 3 


Kberwal ... 6 


Kanautia ... 4 


Magar 


5 


Rodwal ... 8 


Kuwer ... fi 


Karar ... 4 


Maitaru 


8 




Lews 1,2,5,7,8 


Kjiridar ... 2 


M«li 


5 


Paer^"" ::: } 


Lewunitba ... 6 


Karwa ... i 2 


Mannjia 


6 


Saker«'al ... 4 


Mali ... 5 


Kawad ::: ' 4 


Mauga 


5 


Baklalia ... 3 


Maloda ... 5 


Kbandwhi ... 4 


Marwadi 


8 


Sapria ... 7 


Malwi ... 2, 5, 8 


Kliarcbwal ... 2 




6 


SoUieta ... 1 


Manaora ... S 


Khedaria ... E 


Mi raw at 


5 


Sbtt<kh ... 1 


Maubhao ... 6 


Kherwal ... 2 


Padwal 


6 


Boiari ... 1 


Marwoda ... 5, 8 


Kuhtt ... 3 


Paten 


6 


Solaak-i ... S 


Hilana ... 5 


Kulnr ... 6 


Palta 


5 


Solilia ... 7 


Molia ... 5 


Kuhui ... 1 


Raivda 


S 


Sooran ... 1 


Mori ... fi 


Kurna ... 1 
Ladore ... 4 
Larbnr ... 3 


Safota 


5 


Boula ... 1 


Murmal ... 5 


Saolia 


B 


Sudera ... 6 


Mosuwuai ... S 


Sartana 


S 


Sukwot ... I 


Mnwttla ... 5 


Lawa ... I 


Sutbliai 


S 


Sury.. ... 5 


Mudua ... 6 


i^wa ... B 


Sat war 


... * 6 


Taria ... 4 
Tetwar ... 6 


Kalgua ... b 
Nikumb ... 5 


Malwi ... 2,4,5,7 
Manuwa ... 3 


Sdiari 

8ber 

SiHodia 


6 


Thogla ... 6 


Oaria ... 8 


Moratba ... 9 


5 


Tubnr ... 5 


Pela 6 


Meher ... 4 


5 


Sir ;:: I 

Umaria ... 5 

Usreta ... 1, 4 


Paliwar ... 2 
Pan ... 6 
Pardoshi ... 5 
Pfltlla ... 1 


Mewati . I 
Minawad ... 4 
Nflbar ... 4 
Naawal ... a 


Tak 
Wadeda 
Wakbala 
Wamla 


5 

5 
5 
5 


Vadia ... 4, 5 


Patvar ... 6 


Paru,ttnia Z i 


5 


Vardia ... 4 
Wera ... 6 


Pehm ... 5 

Purbi ... 2, 5, 8 


J'stfa ... G 
Furbia ... 2 


La^era 


-9,565. 


KnnW:— 56,458 


Randa ... 6 
Rnthod ... 6 


Pusrete ... 4 
Rewa s 


Adia 


2 


Aspura ... 5 
Balii ... 6 
Bandria ... 8 
Barbada ... 5 
Beebra „. Q 
Bedeala ... 6 
Bhagora ... 6 
Bhamnia ... 5 
Blmot=a ... 5 
Bhayal ... 5 
Bhoju. ... 6 
Bbuna ... 5 
Bhtit ... 6, 8 
BiUar . ... 'fi 
Borsa ... 5 
Budrumia ... 5 
Buadela ... 5 
Chndra ... 5 
Chttkhori ... 6 
Clialoowa ... 5 

, Clmlpan ... 5 
Chaodu ... 5 
Cl.atar ... 5 

"1 Chodbri ... 6 
Chop<la ... 5 

, Dati ... I 

J Deoria ... 6 


Rawatft ... 5 
Rewadi ... 6 
Rewadi ... 6 
Roopa ... 1 
Boopawol ... 6, 8 
Sapa ... 5 
Sakhlia ... 3 

Selala .'." 6 
Sidiya ... 6 
Solunki ... 6 
Sonia ... 5 


sa^re ::; I 

SakMa ... 6 
Sahyan ... G 
Santera ... 4 

Barwaria ... 6 
Sigret ... 3 
Sigrcta ... 4 

'cr- z I 

Survia ... 2 
Sutha ... 6 
Usreta „. 143 


Bhagnria 

Bagdi 

Buret 

Bhati 

Shanora 

Sitwar 

Cbaiiban 

Chudiwala 

Dakehania 

Darsan-bnnlok 

Dare 

Deabi 

Didwar 


8 
5 
I 
5 
1 

e 

1,8 

2 
1 

4 
I 
7 


Suwan ... 5 
Taduda ... 6 
TaloU ... 5 


Wardia ... ' "4 

Knwar:-90. 


Fnirarfat 
Gadlalia 
Gelot 


4 

3 


Tallooka ... 5 
Telale ... G 
Tbaknu ... 6 
Tosi ... 5 
Ujla ... 5 
YawMi ... 5 
Zkmata ,.. 8 


Labhana: -1,910. 

Aeada ... 5 
Ala ... 5 
wagdia ... 5 


Gnjralbi 

Hutia 

Jakhara 

Kailh 

Eaaib 

Kotrah 

Kundera 


8 
1,6 
6 
1 
6 
3 
6 




Ijomnia ... 5 


Malwi 


... 1, 4, 7, B 


Enrmi:- 174,935. 


piisadwal ... 5 


Marwadi 


... 2,5,7 


Ba<ic8i« ... 6' 
Badol ... e 


Rasawut ... 6 
H"si ... 6 
Bbanuda ... 5 


Matluiritt 
Hewadi 


'.'.'. 8, 6. 8 
1, 8 


Baia ... 2, 7 




Rajput 


4 


Barmaiya ... 6 


Bobra 5 


Bawat 


e 


Basore ... 6 


Chori ... 5 


Solanki 


8 





238 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



Laman:— 374. 




Lodhi- 


-(Contd.) 


Lobar— 


.(Contd.) 


Lohar- 


-(Contda) 




Umjyecified, 


























Mairosia 


*•• 


1 


Bhaibena 


••• 


1 


Mahar 


• a a 


1 


Lilgar:-367. 




Makhora 


•.■ 


6 


Bbata 


••• 


1 


Mabule 


... 


6 


Unspecified, 




Mali 


••. 


2 


BbaHa 


••. 


5 


Mali 


• »» 


1 






Malodi 


... 


4 


Bbinwal 


« •• 


5 


Malwi 


1, 


2,5, 7 


Lo(ilii:-219,637. 




Malwi 


*•• 


2, 4, 5, 7 


Bbongda 


••« 


1 


Mania 


... 


5 






Man 


... 


6 


Bburia 


••• 


5 


Mavle 


• a. 


2 


Adori 


4 


Mandele 


••• 


6 


Bicbi 


••. 


5 


Maratba 


• aa 


1 


Agralia 


5 


Manpuria 


• •• 


5 


Bilwada 


••• 


5 


Marw.idi 


•a. X, 


2,5,7 


Amlia 


5 


Matana 


• .. 


1 


Binaiya 


«•• 


1 


Matbuuia 


urn* 


1,3,6 


Asoria 


2 


Matha 


. >. 


6 


Bdana 


•• • 


1,2,7 


Matle 


aaa 


• 9 

2 


Badwal 


o 


Mathuria 


•*• 


1, 4 


Bourana 


*•• 


1 


Mawa 


• a. 


5 


Bahoria 


4 


Matola 


*•• 


4 


Bundelkbandi 


••• 


2 


Mestr: 


a a. 


5 


Bakhar 


6 


Matri 


. •. 


5 


Cbakri 


... 


1 


Mewadi 


aaa 


2,5,7 


Balia 


6 


Mewadi 


••• 


6,7,8 


Cbitta 


••• 


5 


Mirdba 


*»u 


• # 

6 


Bamdia 


1 


Media 


••• 


1 


Cbokh 


••• 


2,7 


Mocbi 


aa . 


1 


Baneria 


4 


Mudowa 


•. • 


1 


Cbole 


* •• 


2 


Mobobia 


..• 


6 


Bania ,.. 


1 


Mokharia 


.•• 


5 


Cbowhan 


••• 


1,6 


M obor 


.*• 


1 


Barumiya 





Nadu 


«•• 


1 


Dadia 


• •• 


5 


Muguria 


• a. 


1 


Bathana 


2,7 


Nagde 


... 


6 


Dabadi 


• a. 


5 


Nagdev 


• •• 


6 


Bathri 


4 


Nukhriya 


••• 


2 


Dakbani 


a. . 


2,5 


Naiiioria 


.a. 


6 


Bea 


2,7 


Namlbansi 


•• • 


1 


Damar 


aa a 


5 


Narwaria 


aaa 


1,6 


Bhadoria 


2 


Nargaiya 


• • • 


6 


Dareda 


a • a 


5 


Neinadi 


• •• 


5 


Bhatia 


5 


Narwaria 


•■• 


1,4,6 


Deoda 


aa. 


1,5 


Nonia 


• •• 


6 


Bhilia ..« 


7 


Neal 


••* 


/ / 

5 


Dbandotia 


• a. 


7 

1 


Padibar 


• •• 


2 


Bhllwadia 


1 


Nigeria 


••* 


1 


Dbaronipurn 


aa. 


6 


Padiyar 


• aa 


7 


Bhipa 


2 


Panera 


*•• 


1 


Dbareba # 


a. a 


1 


Parchedia 


• a ■ 


1 


Bhuinia 


6 


Patbaria 


« •• 


6 


Dbogur 


• a. 


5 


J'ardeabi 


••* 


2 


Bijonia 


1 


Patriya 


••« 


2 


Didvvar 


»•» 


6 


Parniar 


• a. 


5 


Biloda 


5 


Payoria 


... 


1 


Ditbia 


• m» 


6 


Par war 


» m» 


1 


Bomaiii 


1 


Peta 


... 


5 


Duroi 


aaa 


6 


Patlia 


• a. 


5 


Bundelkhandi ... 2, 5, 7 


Pbulera 


• •« 


5 


Fiyar 


• •• 


2,7 


Patoria 


a •• 


6 


Chakri 


6 


Piplia 


. •• 


1,5 


Gadaria 


aaa 


/ 

6 


Patsona 


.a* 


1 


Chandnao 


3 


Postay 


... 


r 

1 


Gaina 


%%• 


1 


Pawar 


... 


5 


Chapralia 


6 


Purbia 


••• 


2,4,8 


Gajrata 


a*. 


1 


Patva 


a •• 


b 


Chawan 


2 


Purnia 


••• 


4 


Galotia 


m»» 


5 


Piparia 


m»» 


6 


Chidarya 


1 


Rajput 


••• 


2,4,7 


Gelot 


• 09 


5 


Pubi 


• •m 


1 


Chodhari 


6 


Ratbod 


• •. 


2 


Godila 


a.^ 


5 


Pucbaria 


... 


G 


Choulmn 


5 


Hekwar 


..• 


4 


Gondria 


aaa 


1 


Purbia 


... 


2,7 


Dagadwa 


5 


Rewat 


••■ 


4 


Goojar 


aaa 


1 


Purila 


• •• 


1 


Dasaha 


6 


Rotelo 


• •• 


6 


Goria 


aa. 


6 


Raikwar 


• a. 


r> 


Paswa 


5 


Sageri 


«•• 


4 


Gorwa 


• • • 


5 


Rajput 


• «• 


7 


Dengar 


6 


Sabarya 


•*• 


1 


Gotia 


... 


6 


Ratbod 


• •• 


5 


Desi 


7 


Saiora 


*•• 


4 


Gour 


aa. 


1 


Rawat 


• •• 


7 


Dhonera 


5 


bajotia 


••• 


5 


Go wall 


• a. 


6 


Sajoria 


... 


6 


Dubhaiya 


1 


Sakbaria 


•*• 


1 


Gulzar 


• *9 


5 


Salia 


... 


1 


Gadurya 


5 


Saklia 


... 


6 


Gujaratbi 


• •• 


[2, 5, 7 


Salpuria 


• -»• 


6 


Gadra * 


6 


Sakolia 


•.• 


6 


Gurkbari 


• m9 


6 


Sarinia 


..a 


5 


Gagra 


6 


Saniodia 


•». 


5 


llarania 


9» » 


2,7 


Sarwaria 


• a. 


6 


Gahor 


6 


Saorania 


•• • 


5 


Baria 


a a. 


5 


Sirayali 


• •• 


1 


Gauria 


1 


Sapbaraba 


... 


6 


Hatauria 


• a. 


1 


Sisoodia 


... 


6 


Ghalasia 


5 


Saraila 


... 


1 


Iliudusthani 


• •• 


2,5 


Solia 


... 


5 


Ghateya 


5 


Satwari 


••• 


6 


Husseiuia 


aaa 


/ 

6 


Solunki 


a a. 


1,5 


Ghilota 


5 


^brivas 


••• 


1 


Itoria 


aaa 


6 


Sondia 


• •• 


1 


Girawar 


6 


Siloria 


.. 


4 


Jadbar 


aaa 


5 


Siifejawal 


..• 


5 


Gode 


1 


Singrol 


••• 


3,7 


Jagda 


• •a 


5 


Sutiu 


... 


G 


Gongaru 


5 


Songare 


■.. 


2 


Jaspal 


aaa 


2 


Tagar 


• a. 


1 


Gori 


6 


Sultana 


••• 


5 


Jhonir 


.a. 


, 1 


Tukwar 


• » » 


1 


Gotia • 


7 


Sumeria 


#•• 


5 


Jolonia 


a * a 


1 


Tbakur 


aaa 


7 


Gundore 


4 


Talpati 


•• • 


2 


Kadaria 


aaa 


1 


Tok 


• a. 


1 


Gwalbansi •.. 


2 


Tarika 


•i.'. 


6 


Kairwal 


... 


5 


Tonk 


»a. 


1,6 


Jadaw 


2 


Tbakur 


••• 


1,7 


Kalbebia 


a «. 


I 


Toria 


»•• 


6 


Jadho 


5 


Tipolia 


••. 


5 


Kamdbaiya 


aaa 


1 


Ujla 


aaa 


1 


Jakhero 


6 


Tularia 


••* 


6 


Kanojia 


a .. 


2 


Ukas 


a a. 


6 


Jalodia 


4 


Ukasba 


• • • 


6 


Kbaraiyu 


aaa 


5 


Usfa 


... 


6 


Jangadarce 


2 


Umaria 


... 


4 


Kaijib 


aaa 


6 


U arete 


• a. 


6 


Jaria ... 1, 2, 


6,7 


Umrol 


..• 


5 


Kbadi 


• • a 


1,8 


Vondelia 


a a. 


1 


Jarniia 


5 


Unai 


• • • 


6 


Khananee 


... 


1 


Wadwar 


.•• 


1 


Jatia 


1 


Zaria 


• * . 


4 


Kbauri 


aa . 


5 


Weloya 


• a. 


6 


Jatoria --^ 


1 








Kbati 


aaa 


2 


Wokbeda 


m»» 


5 


Jhaleri 


5 


Lobar .- 


-93615 


__ 


Kbatuba 


aaa 


6 








Jinia 


4 


Agoria 


••• 


6 


Kbeewu 


• • a 


1 


Lunnia :— 6,3— ii 




Kachwar 


1 


Ajudbiabasi 


••• 


6 


Kberula 


aaa 


6 








Kadaria 


6 


Argor 


■•■ 


6 


Kbicbi 


aa. 


5 


Cbouban 




2 


Kahawar 


1 


Amraoda 


••* 


5 


Kbirar 


• mm 


1 


Je8war 




3 


Kanojia 


2 


Awar 


... 


1 


Koyed 


• a a 


1 


Kankur 




2 


Kasaya 


6 


Awasia 


••• 


5 


Kucbania 


aa. 


1 


Rosia 


» 


3 


Khair 


1 


Balina 


•• • 


1 


Kubania 


a*. 


6 


Sit 




2 


Kbania 


1 


Bttjona 
Bamgawn 


••* 


6 


Kukbia 


aaa 


1 








Kbattri 


6 


••« 


5 


Kurch 


« * • 


1 


Madras! : 


-68— 




Khaura 


1 


Bainnia 


•>. 


5 


Kusaindia 


a a. 


1 


Uftspecified. 




Kliichi 


5 


Banioria 


•* • 


6 


Labaria 


• •» 


1 








Kbuwar 


1 


Bandbor 


••• 


1 


Lidboria 


a a. 


1 


Mahar :- 


-7806— 




Kokwan 


5 


Banena 


• a. 


1 


Locbar 


• »• 


6 








Kukargaiya 


6 


Bansoria 


• • ■ 


6 


Lodia 


• •• 


1,6 


Adbwan 


• •• 


2 


Kuloria 


5 


Bardia 


• •• 


5,6 


Lobagdia 


... 


6 


Badaini 


• a • 


5 


Laharia 


6 


Bare 


.•« 


6 


Lobat 


aaa 


1 


Bagoal 


• •m 


5 


LashkQri 


2 


Barniaiya 


• •• 


6 


Lobia 


0m« 


6 


Banjara 


a a • 


7 


liUgaso 


6 


90 

Basoyia 


• •« 


6 


Madra 


• a. 


6 


Bargimda 


• a • 


5 


Luna 


5 


Bateya 


• •• 


1 


Madore 


a . a 


5 


Ubadisula 


a • • 


5 


Maha ... 1, 


4,6 


Batboria 


. •« 


G 


Magoria 


* »» 


1 


Bbaida 


a a • 


6 


]UabuIe ... 


6 


Batutbia 


.*. 


6 


Mabadner 


• • a 


1 


Bolvi 


a a. 


7 



239 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



BIND U. 



Mahar— (Contd.) 



Chouhan 

Chokhanda 

Dakshui 

Dcsi 

Gaikwad 

Jades 

Khandeshi 

Ladwan 

Magrawat 

Maiwi 

Mang 

Maunhao 

Moria 

Maw an 

Nayak 

Nikuin 

Nimak 

Padolia 

Parmala 

Parmar 

Pawar 

Patkaral 

Purbi 

Bajput 

Sakwawat 

Salan 

Samadi 

iSainria 

Sat Saudi 

Sawar 

Sidi 

Somara 

So in era 

Somwas 

Sonar 

Soindat 

Sonkamlia 

Suryabansi 

Thadimayada 

Thukria 

Thakurani 

Tharod 

Utlia 

Wagwara 



••• 
••• 



••• 



••• 



1 

4, 2 

... 2, 4, 6, 7 

4 

5 

7 

5 

2 

1 

4,8 

4 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

5 

5,8 

5 

6 

5 

5 

4 

5 

5 

5 

b 



6 
5 
6 
5 
5 
2 
2 
5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 



Mali.— (Contd.) 



.• • 
•.• 
••• 

... 
••• 
•. * 
... 
•.• 
••• 
••• 
... 



Mahara :— 6,486— 



Babewia 

Bhujina 

Jaria 

Madoria 

Saria 



... 
••• 
■«• 
. • • 
... 



3 
3. 5 
3 
3 
3 



Mahera i—S— 

Unspecijied. 

Mahmar : -8— 

Un»pecijied. 

Maika :— 14— 

Umpecified, 
Maji:-26,678. 



Bainia 

Kanojia 

Kerwa 

Markam 

Netia 

Perlotia 

Kapiisak 

Talki 

Tekma 

Urajjcti 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



Makwama :— 6. 



L 


Ftspecijied. 


Mall: 


-73,918 


Ajiner 




Aniaria 




Arkiir 




Asa van 




Ba'iol 




Bu^da 




Brtgueri 




Bam it 11 





7 
6 
2 
8 
2 
7 
2 
2 



Ban 

Barward 

Basda 

Bera 

Bbeagor 

Bhati 

Dlioi 

Bodna 

Bui 

Bundelkband 

Cliakrawesi 

Cliary 

Choban 

Cbudi'a 

Cbunabaki 

Daksbin 

Darwoda 

Deoda 

Deoria 

Desi 

Deswari 

Dimar 

Dodia 

Dudnde 

Dundera 

Dnraragirwar 

Fill 

Fulera 

Gadawal 

Gelot, 

Guild 

Gowlbansi 

Goy91 

G9jratbi 

Ilaldi 

Uaroiia 

Hiniidstani 

Jadhwa 

Jagani 

Jagore 

Jbajbata 

Kacbbawaya 

Kachbi 

Kiicbbwai 

Kagar 

Kauojia 

Kaoclia 

Kasaria 

Kbardia 

Kbetkar 

Kbuuinia < 

Kir 

Kumar 

Kumawat 

Kurmi 

Lalbansi 

Lodli 

LoDgarali 

1^1 alar ia 

Malwi 

Marat 1 

Marwadi 

Mewadi 

Misal 

Mokba 

Mokbila 

More 

Mori 

Murai 

Mudel 

Ojra 

Padiyar 

Paiikbeda 

Papdia 

Parkburdia 

Panid 

Parwar 

Pawar 

Porwad 

Puniiua 

Puibi 

Puria 

itaiu 

l»ajbansi 

liajpul 

Kam 

Kami 

Pangri 

Pa lb or 

fcjagarbausi 

^akla 

^augbansi 



... 
•*. 
••. 
••• 



6 
5 
6 
5 

Z 

2,5 

5,8 
5 
1 
5 
5 
1 
6,7,8 
..« 5 

... 2, 5 

6 

... o 

••• 4 

1 

•«• o 

4. 5 

2 

"... 2 

1^2,3,4,6,7 
1, 2, 5, 8 

7 

••• 1, •<, 0, • , o 

• • . ^ 

... ^ 

**• O 

... 1,2,5,8 
... 5 

•«. 5 

• • . 9 

• .. o 

• •• 2 

. • • ^ 

4 

• ■ a O 

• .• O 
a*. *i 

I.. 2 

... o 

5 
7 
5 
2 
5 
2 
8 
2,5,7 
2 
2 
5 
5 

••• 4 

...1,2,4,6,8 

!. J, 2, 6, 7, 7 

...1, J, «>, 7, 8 

• •• 5 

. . . tj 

5 
1 
5 
2,6,7 
2 
1 
5,8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
2,5 
5 
4 
2 
G I 

1 ! 

2 I 



... 
••• 

•■• 
••• 



... 
.. • 

m 
. 

. • a 
• •• 



• •• 



... 
... 



... 
.•• 
... 

• .• 

• «• 

• a. 
. • . 



2 
2 
5,8 
2 
5,8 
2,5 
2,7 
1,8 



Mali.— (Contd.) 



Sekra 

Sionba 

Bird a 

Sol«nki 

Songara 

Siir 

Tbawar 

Toria 

Udad 

Wag 



... 
.«• 
•• . 

• a. 
... 
... 



5 
5 
7 
2,5,8 
5 
G 
5 
3 
4 
5 



Mallah :-6,64x— 



Jaria 



Man'bhao :— 68— 



Daksbni 



••• 



Manihar :-4ei— 



Dbanker 

Gode 

Ramye 



Manner:— 12,118— 



Ajinaria 

Ainiisba 

Aosar 

Awalia 

Awasia 

Awaya 

Badad 

Bacbnia 

Badbao 

Badiya 

Begud 

Bamuia 

Barcban 

Bbabar 

Bbadbad 

Bbaida 

Bbuiia 

Bil'Aatia 

Bodal 

Bodara 

Cbogad 

Cbokbara 

Cbola 

Cbowban 

Daiiiar 

Dawar 

Dbangar 

Dodia 

Dodwa 

Gaolia 

Gbatia 

Gotiadia 

Goiia 

Jamlia 

Jamra 

Jatlia 

Kadwa 

Kanasia 

Kbadka 

Kbatlia 

Laoria 

Mabeda 

Majra 

Makwana 

Malwi 

Maola 

Mapedi 

Matbeola 

Merjuda 

Mobania 

Molia 

MiijaUla 

Nabal 

Naogbao 

^ aolia 

Nargawa 

Kigwal 

Nibal 

Kirgiula 

Okbal 

Pacbawa 

Padiyar 

Pawar 

Pbalmia 

Piplia 



• a. 

... 



... 
.•• 
■ .. 
• •■ 

a • • 



. • a 
... 
. • . 



1 

2 
2 



5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
3 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
5 
5 
2 
2,7 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
o 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



-Manker. — (Contd.) 



Bajput 

Pasodia 

llatbor 

Sania 

Samijar 

Sarnpa 

Sastia 

Seiiila 

Sirsa 

Sirgoda 

Sisodia 

Sglaoki 

Soli 

Sob"a 

Tadaola 

Tadwi 

Tarwada 

Tawari 

Tawaria 

Tnakrala 

Wagela 

Wagtia 

Waskabi 

Wedka 



.a* 
... 

• a* 
.a. 
... 
... 

• *• 
..• 

• «• 
... 

• •• 

• *« 

• *• 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2,5,7 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



M aratlia :— 34,305— 



Abir 

Aiker 

Amar 

Awate 

Badge 

Bahalkar 

Bande 

Banjari 

Barger 

l^atagat 

Bavli 

Berkbo 

Bbadara 

Bbagwat 

Bbaradwaj 

Bbaskar 

Bbat 

Kbosic 

Bbuvani 

Bibit 

Birse 

Bobde 

Boldbane 

Busria 

Bule 

Cbbaidvi 

Cbamta 

Cliobun 

Cboudbri 

Dabbade 

Dandere 

Daksbni 

Dbamie 

Dainod 

Darekari 

Date 

Dedey 

Deswali 

Pevla 

Dliadwad 

Dban 

Dliangar 

Dliaakar 

Dbanuk 

Dliengal 

Dborat 

Dbulap 

Dbule 

Dbumar 

Dbuway 

Digbo 

Eobke 

Eiigle 

Falke 

Fartare 

Fatkau 

Fulmali 

Gagtap 

Gaikwad 

Gajre 

Game 

Gangon 

Gaon 

Gawde 

(iawata 



... 

• a . 
... 

• •• 

• • • 
■ •• 
... 

• •• 
.a. 
. a . 

..• 
..• 

• a . 
... 
... 

.«• 
... 

• .. 
... 



... 

• a. 
... 
. a . 
. a a 

• a . 

• a. 

• .% 



... 
• a* 
aa . 
... 



1,1 
1 

1 

2 
7 
2 
5 
2,5,7 
5 
2 
7 
2 
5 
7 
5 
5 
2 

2,5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2 
5 
1 
1 
5 
1,2,5,7 
1 
2 
2 

4,5 
5 
5 
2 
7 
5 
2 

2, 5, 7 
5 
2,7 
1 
2 
5 
2 
5 
2 
1 
5 
2 
5 
2 

2 
2 
2 
5 

1,2,5,7 

•^7 

2 
•> 



5 



6 



240 

Census of Central India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU, 



Maratlia.— (Contd.) 



Maratlia. — (Contd.) 



Goto 

Gha/lge 

Ghede 

Gborpado 

Gliosle 

Gonliii 

Gorkh 

Gosavi 

Goyal 

Gunjal 

Gurdere 

Gut 

Holkar 

Ualwea 

Harde 

Hatkar 

Uiogo 

Jadava 

Jugat 

Jagtap 

Jandal 

Janjre 

Jarni 

Jasker 

Jato 

Kadom 

Eade 

Eadre 

Kalai 

Kale 

Kalhe 

Kali 

Kalkar 

Kamat 

Eanasy 

Kange 

Kaochha 

Karane 

Karveker 

Kasid 

Easore 

Eatkar 

Ehada 

Rhandekar 

Ehare 

Ehairyat 

Eharchi 

Khase 

Khato 

Kher 

Eb.utal 

Ehutekar 

Eokni 

Eolimbe 

Eoti 

Kshatriya 

Eulari 

Eumbhar 

Eunbi 

Eunchan 

Euwar 

Lagad 

Landi 

Lanki 

Lawan 

Lenari 

Liwalkar 

Lodbara 

Lobar 

Lokpade 

Madne 

Madpi 

Magar 

Magi 

MahaHik 

Mahala 

Mabar 

Malak 

Malbar 

Mali 

Malwi 

Manbbao 

Mandwo 

Mange 

Margunda 

Markbe 

Marwada 

Mewati 

Misal 

Moar 

Mogte 



5 
2 
5 
1 
1 
2 
2 



• •• 


5 


• • • 


5 


• • • 


2 




2 


• •• 






2 


• • • 




• •• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• • • 


2,5 


• •• 


7 


• • • 


1,2,5,7 




1 


• • • 


• ■• 


2,5 


• • • 


1 


• • « 


5 


• •• 


2 


■ •• 


6 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1, 2. 5, 7 


■ • • 


2,7 


• •• 


2 


• • • 


1 


• ■• 


5,7 


• •• 


1 




1 


• • ■ 


• •• 


5 


• • • 


1 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


2.5 


• • • 


5 




6 


• •• 


^m 


• •• 


2 


• • • 


7 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• *• 


5 


•■• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


1,54 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 


••• 


2 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 


• •■ 


5 


• •• 


7 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


1,2,4,6, 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


1, 2, 5, 7 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


2 


• • • 


2 


• • • 


2 


»• • 


5 


• • • 


2 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 


••• 


5 


••• 


2,7 


• •• 


6 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


5 


• • • 


2 


• •• 


1,6 


• •• 


2,4,6 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


2 


• •♦ 


5 


•*• 


6 


••• 


2,7 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


2,7 


• •• 


5 


• •• 


5 



Mobito 

Moojua 

M Grade 

Nadney 

Na^ar 

Nagtol 

Naroiia 

Nath 

Naurango 



• •• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2,7 

1 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
5 



Navi 


••• 


2 


^emni 


••• 


2 


Nikum 


••• 


5 


Ninaur 


••• 


2 


Ninibalkcr 


• • • 


5 


Ninjai 


••• 


5 


Niwalkar 


••• 


1 


Omar 


••• 


2 


Padiyar 


••• 


5 


Podol 


•• • 


5 


Pakwar 


••• 


I 


Pandhro 


•• • 


2 


Pansare 


••• 


7 


Patankar 


••• 


1 


Pawar 


••• 


2,4,5,7 


Panbbaria 


••• 


5 


Petbe 


••• 


5 


Pbanse 


••• 


2 


Pbukad 


••• 


5 


Piinpalkar 


••• 


2 


Purnia 


••• 


4 


Radale 


• • • 


5 


Kahno 


••• 


2 


Kajol 


••• 


2 


Rajput 


••• 


2,7 


Rangde 


•• • 


5 


Rasbit 


••• 


2 


Rathi 


••• 


5 


Rawal 


••• 


5 


Rayati 


••• 


2 


Rodke 


••• 


7 


Rokardla 


••• 


5 


Rukbe 


••• 


2 


Sakhar 


••• 


2 


Sakoria 


••• 


5 


Salunke 


••• 


2 


Salvi 


••■ 


2 


Samte 


••• 


2 


Sane 


••• 


6 


Sangale 


••• 


1 


Sard 


••• 


a 


Sathe 


••• 


5 


Satkar 


• •r 


2 


Satputrc 


• •• 


5 


Sawaut 


• •■ 


7 


Sbensi 


• •• 


5 


Seiinwai 


• •• 


S 


Shetkari 


••• 


2 


Sbelar 


• •• 


5 


Sbelkia 


• •• 


5 


Sbengar 


• •• 


6 


Sbirke 


• •• 


7 


Sbmpi 


• •• 


2 


Sindbe 


• •• 


2 


Sindbia 


• •• 


1 


Sirsat 


• • • 


2 


Sojani 
Solan ki 


• •• 


2 


• • • 


:,5 


Sondhia 


• •• 


1 


Sonole 


• •• 


5 


Sonwa 


• •• 


7 


Sonwani 


• •• 


2 


Soonve 


• •• 


5 


Sureda 


• •• 


4 


Surse 


• •• 


2,5 


Surjabansi . 


«•• 


5 


Sutar 


• •• 


2 


Talole 


• •• 


5 


Tambe 


• • • 


2 


Taodure 


• « • 


2 


Tapkar 


*•• 


6 


Tawar 


• •• 


7 


Tilai 


• •• 


1 


Tilari 


• •• 


2 


Tilbansi 


• •• 


5 


Thorat 


• •• 


2 


Ujla 


• •• 


2,5 


Uttam 


• •• 


6 


Vavad 


• •• 


7 


Wagh 


• •• 


2,5,7 


Watalkar 


• •• 


2 


Wichare 


• •• 


5 



M aratba.— (Contd. ) 

Wikrara 
Yelwande ... 

Manx :-I,944- 

Bawalsa 

Cbadcd 

Cbandoria 

Dbanaria 

Dubtia 

Duya 

Golia 

Gor 

Kacbba 

Eadwal 

Kauiora 

Kbaiigda 

Madoria 

Mak 

Malwi 

Mcdba 

Mewadi 

Modiwal 

Mulewa 

Nadoja 

Nalok 

Faru 

Pipa 

Sao gad 

Sangra 

Sanicbar 

Tak 

Totagan 

Wagdi 

Wenwar 



«•• 
•. • 
••• 
••• 
.*. 

• •• 
••• 
••• 
• .. 
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•• . 
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• . • 

• >• 
•>. 
••. 
•*• 
.• • 
... 
•• • 



... 
... 
.*• 
... 



Mathha :-I,97i— 



Barkhal 

Bodka 

Cbapan 

Deodia 

Deoga 

Deokal 

GuHa 

Kb u sad 

Madbania 

Paltayada 

Ratadia 

Salkar 

Saltia 

Satoda 

Siiota 



••• 
••« 

••• 

• a. 
... 

• •• 

• «• 

• •« 

• .. 



Mawal :— 1,647— 



Kakot 
Easi 



Mawar :— 19— 



Malwi 
Mam 



... 



Mawasi 


:-I,442 


Unspecified, 


Meghwal:- 


-1184 


Adwa 


... 


Bagad 


••• 


Bagadia 


... 


Baumia 


•.• 


Bapria 


■.• 


Bijodia 


• *• 


Bincburia 


•. . 


Bokhara 


■«• 


Charnia 


••• 


Ciiumnia 


••• 


Dabi 


••• 


Dalwa 


.•• 


Dana 


.•• 


Dber 


... 


Doda 


••• 


Gar 


••• 


Goga 


••• 


Gujratbi 


••'• 


Jadhao 


••• 


Jimsara 


•*• 


Eamag 


... 


Earwa 


».• 



5 
6 



5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
2 

r# 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 



5 
5 



2 
2 



5 
6 
6 
5 
5 



5 
6 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
4 
5 



Meghwal— (Contd.) 



..• 



EatbiM-aHa 

Ehemsura 

Eosla 

Lagad 

Mewadi 

Mogra 

Osar 

Padaya 

Pagdia 

Pania 

Patel 

Pbalawa 

Ralwa 

Ratbor 

Sabila 

Sirpuri 

Solauki 

Wan a 



Mehtar:— 47471— 



• »• 



4 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 

6 
5 
5 
6 



. Aded 
Adbiwa 
Alway 
Bamnia 
Banjara 
Banwari 
Bar 
Barar 
Bbonkar 
Biban 
Bote 
Cbaberi 
Cbauial 
Cbandal 
Cbandikhari 
Cbandoria 
Chandrawaria 
Cbatele 
Cbatona 
Cborwa 
Cbouban 
Cbude 
Obundia 
Cburia 
Dager 
Dagor 
Damar 
Dankia 
Deegar 
Desi 

Dbanuiosri 
Dbanuk 
Dbaru 
Dharuk 
Dhayal 
Didoria 
Dodwa 
Dom 
Doria 
Dusar 
Fatrot 
Gajao 
Gebar 
Gelad 
Ghagait 
Gbawdi 
Ghergbat 
Gbusar 
Goti 
Goyal 
Gujratbi 
Gulari 
Hari 



••• 



•.« 



••• 



»•• 



•.» 



••• 



••» 



••• 



•.. 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



..I 



•.• 



6 I Uatia 



Uela 

Hindu 

Jagatc 

Jodhpuria 

Eabari 

Ealan 

Ealbabi 

Ealyana 

Eandbcra 

Eariya 

Earoo 

Earosi 

Rath wad 

Ebakrob 

Ehanuba 

E barar 



».. 



•*. 



••• 



*.. 



••• 



••• 



2 

2 

5 

5 

2 

1 

I 

1 

1 

4 

2 

S 

2 

5 

1 

4 

6 
6 
1 
8.5,8 
6 
6 
1 
2 
6 
6 
S 
1 
8 
1 
8 
5 
2 
2 
1 
5 
6 
6 
2 
6 
5 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
6 
2 
27 
5, 8 
6 
1 
6 
5 
1 
6 
4 
2 
4,6 
8 
8 
1 
1 
1 
2 
5 
1 
2 
1 



■■^^■^^■IH^^^^^H 


'mSvo: ^M 


Census Of Central India, 1901. 




0ASTE3 AND SUB-0ASTE3 FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 


1 


Mohtar— CCoDtd.) 


Mochl :— 5,819— 


Munii.— (Contd,) I 


Nai.— (Could ^M 


Khareria ... * 
KWtona ... * 
Klwtri ... 2 
Kheral ... » 
Klieti ... _2 
Klmiie ... 2,6 


Agria ... 1 


Jeswar ... 2 


Golnpiiria 


I 


Baugali ... S 


Kacblii ... 2 


Golbaui 


3 


Bauia ... 31 


Kalnfarpuroe ... 2 


Gora« 


5 


Budnra ... 5 


Kunojia ... 2 


Gu.laiia 


1 


Buiidelkbandi ... 2 


M«I*i ... 2 


Gujarntbi 


...1,2,4,6,7,8 


CbuCera ... 1 


M»rk.>ia ... 8 


GniiKawal 


6 


CLawlian ... 2, 7 


.Pnrbia ... S 


Giiriutia 


5 


Ittia ::: [ 


Chitar ... 2 




Hai'iall.a 


6 


Dabgar ... 1 


Nahal :-5,017- 


Hardia 


1 


PakHhani ... 2 
Dhumia ... £ 


.iwasia ... 6 


il-ria 

tlinduEtliani 


6 

... 8, 6, 7 


Late •" f 


Dilliwal ... 2 


Bauia „ 5 


Itolia 


I 


Lolmt ." J 


Ekbat ... 2 


Cliaulian ... 7 


J»nedia 


... I, 4, 6 


Jir :::w,T, 


(U-lot ... 7 
GiTUna ... 6 


Cliukbara ... B 
Deglia ... fi 


Juiioda 
Jntra 


2 
3 


Mam — , ° 
Marwadi -. «. f 


Hiiidusthani ... 2, 5 


Deai ... 7 


Jbala 


1 


6adba ... 5 


Gnvflla ... S 


Ka^^lihwa 


4 


Mewadi — i 


Jitijar ... 2, 8 


Gclut ... 7 


Kadberia 


1 


Biiaah -. ^ 
Naraha .- ° 
Nantia ... 1 
Katlipanthi ... 2 

Nurui - » 


Kalile ... 5 


Gularia ... 5 


Kakdia 


S 


Ratibairs ... G 


Jiiiiilia ... 6 


K.daiu 


5 


Kliiubj ... 2 


Keer ... 6 


Kalpadia 


» 




Malwi .„ 7 


KnriDJia 


3 


Koyala '.'.'. 2 


Maj-ak ... 5 


Kapa»ia 


« 


Panotia .-. * 


Knlotu ... 6 


Kemadi ... 6 


Kirgaiya 


1 


Parochia ... * 
Pnlhrod ... ° 


Kuriiii ... 2 
Liisnkiiri ... S 


Nigpal ... 6 
Pam[bl ... 6 


KaHai 
Kliayar 


1 
3 


Paul ... 1 


Miihvi ... 1,2,4,67,8 


Pjplia ... 6 


Klieda 


5 


Pcinal ... ^ 
Peiidari ... 2 
Purbia ... * 
BaDKri ... 2 


Murwiidi ... 1, 2, 7 


Suuor ... b 


KbL.,Hdi 


8 


Mi'wadi ... 2 




Kbicbi 


6 


Mokbai ... 2 


Nal :-iB4,62l— 


Korsa 


fi 


Muraya ... 6 




Kud 


1 


BaviraU .-- * 


Ojni ... 2 
Pariiiar ... 8 


Acludia ... 4 


Kudaria 


6 


Sahoria .-■ i 
Sakno ... „ 2 
Salchiuli ... 2.5,7 
Batgare ... o 
Bawar - 6 
Stmnkar ... „ 2 
Sidi , ... 2.7 


Ajudevval ... 2 


K-mda 


5 


Pawar ... 2 
Pipa ... 6 


AuWria ... 1 
AwIb'"^* V.'. 1 


Kunuar 
Kulreta 
Labliaua 


5 

4 
5 


Purbia ... 2 


Babar ... 1 


L»jaiya 


5 


Haghiibanu — 6 


Bad.>.a ... 6 


Laslikari 


2,5 




Badiirar ... 1 


Lildia 


U 


Bongar ... J 




Badnera ... 1 


Lii.icba' 


5 


t«akala -.. ^ 
Soulanki ... 5 
Sonlia ... fi 
Bounwade ... 2 


Itobidaa ... 8 
S^kla ... 2 


Badoya ... 1 
Bagadia ... 8 


Linguda 
Lingia 


5 


Sewde ... a 
Bengar ... 2 


Bagfba ... 5 
BaiB ... 1, 3 


LuHlar 
Magr.ha 


1 

3 


Tajyer ... 1 
Tauiboli ... • 
Teja ... 2 
Teknia ... 4 
Tliorparia ... 2 
Ud«la ... 2, 7 


Bimngar .^. 2 


Bajra ... 6 
Bakcbliapadia ... 2 


MakJuua 
Malwi 


ir2,4.6,7,8 


Solanki ".". 2, 6, B 


BbIoIu ... 1 


llaratba 


2, 7 


Supal ... E 
Tclnngi ... 2 
Zingar ... 1 


Biimoria ... 1 
Baseta ... 4 
Buiki ... 1 


Ma',1 

Marwadi 

Malliuria 


'". 2,6,7,8 . 
... J, 2, 4 






Bauria ... 1 


Maler«ac 


1 


Mer: -2,607- 


Moghia :-6,38l- 


flhadni ... 1 
hliadoria ... I 


Mawiii 
Mii-.ialsal 


1 

2 




ni,(Klia ... 1 


Dbaradwaj ... 1 


Wawar 


2 


AjariH ... 1 


ChHuraua ... I 


Bhati ... 2,6,7,8 


MalVHdi 


1, 2, 6, 7, 8 


Badgona ... 4 


Chirani ... 1 


Bbatolo ... 1 


Mirpiil 


5 


QocHihrela ... 1 


Cbalink ... 1, 4, 8 


Blieuia ... 1 
Bbimar ... 5 
BiK.kar ... 6 
Bboprln ... 3 


Jloliaia 


X 




Heora ... 2 


Nablu 


2 


jarmar ... 4 
Kubirpaathi ... 4 


Gelot ... 8 
Gbarait ... 1 


Nailia 
Nagdhowa 


6 


Kbera ... 4 


Kberuda ... 8 


Borodia ... 1 


Nagi 


I 


Uaf!ia ... 4 
Od.p„ria ... 4 


Klierar ... 1 
ft.aUi ... 4,8 


Brajbaiisi ... 2 
Buiidelliliandi ... 2. 7 


Nakbora 


6 
1 


Purbia „. 1 


Marwndi ... 8 


Bii,ibar ... 2, 7 


NarwHria 


1 


Wedvar ... i 


Mowudi ... 8 


Cbandelo ... 1 


.\-..y,.k 


2 




Padiar ... 8 


Cbaraula ... 1 


Keeiiicha 


5 




Purdbi ... 1 


Cliekho ... 2 


Kemadi 


5 


Kewati:-S- 


Pariiiar ... 1, 8 


Cliob.lar ... 1 


.Nikhau 


b 


UiiBpecified. 


Ba.khi ... 1 


L'howbau ... 2,6.7,8 


Kikum 


5 




Suluuki ... 1. 8 


n:dvi ... 1 




1 






Dflksliuni .,. 2,6 


rion^lia 


>.. I 


Kirdha;-10,038.- 


Madaha :-4,2d9- 


Damunai ... 1 
I):iva ... 6 


Omrt 
had.yal 


4, 6 
... 2,6,7 


Barg<ijar ... 1 


Cbnrilia ... 8 


Dedoa ... 1 


i'adivar 


7 


Biina ... 4 


Diilalia ... 3 


Dud war ... 1 


Pndival 


5 


Dalian ... 4 
Dabar ... 4 


Kbarbiod ... 3 
Kliurwah ... 3 


Deai ... 3. 7 
HeKwali ... 2,1,7 


Pall.a 
Pun tb ami 


e 

2 


Dallior „. I 


Nol>a ... S 


Hhiwadia ... 6 


Parii.J 


1 


Dhakad ... i 
Erwar ... 1 


Segar .- 3 


Dholia ... 1 
Dilliwal ... 2, 6 


P«taiia 


1, & 
5 


Kbangar ... 4 
Kulodi ... 1 
Malwi ... 4 


Mndhpal :-i,oe3- 

Un^ixcififd ... 1, 5 


Ih.dade ... 2, 7 
Dudlmla ... 1 
Fut,'bputi ... 2 
Fiilhera ... 2, 7 


Patbon* 
Pawar 
Pawodia 
Peniii* 


S 

::: '■! 

1 


Maneaia ... i 
Neoka ... l 


Mural :-2,l02— 


Gjiiir ... 1 
Uecr ... 1 


Pliaplxuira 
Pur wad 


a 


l-ilwara ... 


Bumnift ... 2 




Purbia 


1. 2, 4, 6, 7 


Purbia ... 1 


Bnrdia ... 2 


Girmma .'.'.' 5 


l!adb..ria 


1 


Bukbanagar ... 1 


Hnrsba ... 2 


G.idia ... 1 


Kajj^ul 


2. 5 




Uiiuli ... 2 


G.d.i ... 2.7 


Kajona 


1 


TImkur ... 1 


Hardia ... 2 


Uulaila ... i 


liajolia 


1 


I^^BilgBBllH^^^^^^^^I 



242 

Census of Central India, IdOl. 

PASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAT^ INDIA. 



EINDU. 



Nai,— (Contd.) 



Bangri 

I^auwa 

Bathor 

Ratwar 

Kupnbal 

Sakhoria 

Saksena 

SSaliya 

Saloki 

Salwal 

Sauietaha 

Rargara 

Saruta 

Satraki 

5>eeyar 

8eloiiia 

Senbhagat 

Shawal 

Hhrinagar 

Sigwa 

Sikarwar 

Siloria 

Sirohi 

Sodhfa 

Solunkt 

Soiint^ar 

Sreebodtar 

Sree mandra 

8ree was 

Sree wastaw 

Suls^awa 

TakSHi 

Tawar 

Tetwar 

Thakur 

Topalia 

Udwar 

L'ke 

Umer 

Usctia 

XJsreta 



••• 

••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

•t« 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2 
5 

... 2,4,6,8 
1 
2 
6 
4 
7 
1 
5 
3 
5 
4,5 
1 
5 
6 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1,5,7 
1 
2 
2 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

• •• ly 2, 6 

••• 5 

2 
5 
1,6 
2 
3 
1 
6 
3 
1 

••• 1, 4, 6 



••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 

••• 

••• 
••• 
•• • 
«•■ 
••• 



Nalk :-r-9,146- 



Bachhda 

Badhela 

Bakumla 

Bamnia 

Bander 

Ban^ree 

Banjara 

Bar a 

Baria 

Bhania 

Bhati 

Burel 

Chongod 

Cliowhan 

Pamar 

D&righ 

Deoda ^ 

Deswali 

Devliband 

Lhankia 

Dhntia 

IK>dwa 

Gudol 
Gfriarashi 



••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

•«• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

• •• 

•• • 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 



• 3»" Ji.' 



.it 



'■-ITS 






2 

5 
6 
5 
5 
2 
5,7 
2 
5 
5 
8 
5 
5 
2,5,8 
5 
5 
8 
2,7 
2 
5 
2 
5 
2 
5 
8 
5 
5 
2 
2,7,8 
5 
2,7,8 
2,7,8 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5,2 
5 
5 
S 
S 

X 



js^aik.— (Contd.) 



Tadol 
Tadwi 



5 
5 



Nat ;— 13,608, 



Bachhada 

Bajawat 

Banguli 

Baojara 

BaHada 

Bhadori 

Biniia 

Brijbaai 

Cliamana 

Chamoi 

Chhadi 

Chouhan 

Dakshani 

Damuni 

Danawad 

Dtmjuwat 

Gujrathi 

Giirki 

Kanautha 

Kanotlii 

Karnatak 

KasLiya 

Malri 

Manora 

Marwadi - 

Nagar 

Parmar 

Pawar 

Rasped 

Raj 

Raj n at 

Raihod 

Ugramer 



••• 
••« 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2,7 
7 
2 
7 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 



• •• 


1 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


2 


• •0 


2 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


2 


• •• 


7 


• •• 


1,27, 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1 


• •• 


1 


•••1, 2, 


4,5,7 


••• 


5 


••• 


2 


»•• 


1 


••• 


2 


••• 


7 


••• 


5 


••• 


4,7 


••• 


1 


••• 


5 


••• 


1 



Natli :-10,612 



Adnath 

Baba 

Bharti 

Bijora 

Chowhaa 

Gaswar 

Giri 

Godhli 

Goosain 

Gorakh 

Gorat 

GoDiiad 

Gujar 

Giijarathi 

Gururaj 

Jagura 

Jaojain 

Jogi 

Kalbele 

Kan fade 

Kasera 

Kathulc 

Makwana 

Malwi 

Naga 

Nathpanthi 

Pancholi 

Paniar 

Pat was 

Pura 

Raj 

Rajgiri 

Rajguri 

Rajgiini 

Raumwat 

Rawat 

Suligoji 

Sanirath 

Siirangi 

Solanki 

Wog!a 

Yad 



••• 
••• 
0*« 

••• 



••■ 

••• 
••« 
••• 
••• 
•■• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



4 
1,7 
2 
1 
6 
4 
2 
2 
4 
2,4 
5 
5 
1 
2 
2 
1 
4 
2 
« 2,6,7 
... 2,4,5,7 
4 
5 
1 
4 
2 
5 
1 

1,7 
2 
2 
5 

2,7 
1 
5 
1 

1,7 
1 
4 
2 
1 
5 
4 



••t 

••• 

••• 

••• 

• •• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

•■• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

•• • 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 

••• 



Nayata:— 196. 



Kackade 



7 

7 
7 



Ode :-ri,648— 

Ajodhiabas} 
Ra»hana 



••■ 



Pachor :— 8i— 



Batkar 

Berad 

RorBc 

Chowhan 

DkBhiii 

Kadaoi 

Koto 

Malall 

Naga 

Pawar 

Ranglal 

Sikre 



••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
•■ • 
••• 

••• 



3 


Purdhi.— (Contd,) 


^ 


3 


Songara 

Parote :— 121— 


5 


5 
5 
5 
5 


Bhojawat ... 

Jflgarwal 

Bajguru 


6 
5 
5 


5 






5 
5 
1 


Parwari :— 624— 

Ufispecifixi 




5 
5 


Pasi :-2,813— 




5 


Anirodi 


1 



Pahari :-g9i— 

Uwspecified 



Pakhia 


:-l,x46- 




1 






Pala :— 


854 






Bunakar 




••0 


1 


BuraduDi 




••• 




Ohauhan 




••• 




Kachhi 




•••• 




Malwi 




••• 




Purhia 




••• 




Rajo 




••• 




Rathod 




••• 




Suraj 




••• 





Paliha :— 338— 

Umspeci^ied 

Panika -t-24,276— 



Lagaria 

Lohgir 

Magria 

Maria 

Pay a 

Pedwa 

Raotia 

Saktalia 

Sinera 

ffoDinani 

Siiti 

Tadia 



••0 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
«•• 

••• 



Pansari :i223— 



Chorasia 
Mahobia 
Malwi 



••• 
••• 
••• 



Part)hu :t-717— 

Cliandraseni 

Chauhan 

Kayasth ••• 

Ealwai 

Pardhi :— 6,104- 



a 

3 
3 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 

4 



2,5,8 
8 

2,5,8 
5 



Bedia 

Beldar 

Brahmania 

Chidiiiiar . 

Chouhan 

Devti 

Desi 

Giijarathi 

Jadhobansi 

Jangli 

Mali 

Malwi 

Me wad i 

Memawati 

Pardeshi 

Pawar 

Sisodia 

Solanki 

Soner 



4 
4 
4 
4 
.. 1, 2,4, 5 
2 

4,7 

2, 5, 7 

5 

2 

2 

... 2, 4, 5, 7 

8,8 
S 
4 

2,7 

••• Jt 

• •• ^ 

••• o 



• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 
• 

• •• 

• •• 
• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



Bhawya 

Bodat»ee 

Bursa 

Borasi 

Bhudar 

Chauhan 

Dagi 

Gujar 

Hindusthani 

Katrayee 

Kethwas 

Kcwas 

Kunbi 

Lokhtal 

Malwai 

Mani 

Pardeshi 

Paswari 

Purbi 

Rajpaiia 

Vairaai 



••• 



••• 



••• 



•■• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



••• 



2,7 

1 

6 

2,7 

5 

5 

1 

8,5,7 

2,7 

1 

2,7 

5 

2,7 

2.7 

2,7 

5 

5 

I 

2,7 

2.7 

2,7 



Pathari :— 2,326— 



Buika 

Ekolia 

Jathwar 

Kherna 

Markam 



••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
«•• 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



Patwa :— 4,806— 



Bharmia 

Jhartela 

Chandrapuri 

Chauhan 

Deobaosi 

Gador 

Gandhi 

Gaur 

Gun 

Jadhav 

Jataya 

Julaha 

Kachhwah 

Konojia 

Kayasth 

Krer 

Khajur 

Lor 

Malwi 

Maodiria 

Miasaw 

Nadrgur 

Padkah 

Panjarthali 

Pateria 

Pawar 

Purbia 

Raithor 

Rajput 

Roy a 

Shriwas 

Sikarwar 

Solnki 

Tarkela 

Telwar 

Thakur 

Touwarghari 



••• 



••• 



••» 



••• 



••• 



•*• 



••• 



••• 



••• 






2, 



2.4, 



• •• 

• ■• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



2. 



••• 



• •• 



• •• 



••• 



• •• 



• •• 



Pawak :— 9,286-* 



Adira 

BaHihar 

Churia 



••• 
••• 
••• 



3 

3 

3 



^^R5^^ 


SSk ^H 


^^^^^^^ BINDV ^1 


Cenans of Central Indi» 


1901. 








UASTE8 AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. H 


Paw»k.-(Coiitd.) 


Kfltharia.— (CoDtii.) 


Hewarl:— 1,704- 




Sargara— (CoQtJ.) 


dneikha 


3 


Nalwaya ... b 


Alia 


h 


Kaadia ... 2 


Kandi 


3 


Nemdai ... 6 


Bliati 


5,8 


MaKvi ... Z.7 


Kiieania 


3 


Pacb-ra ... 5 


Juwa 


5 


Wurwadi ... 2,5,7,8 


Sauwda 


3 


I'lifaoia ... 6 
Kaliiwl ... 6 


Lakliawa 
Maiwi 


5 

4 


Mewadi ... a 
Mot ... 2 


Paw ara:— 2,099- 




S'lmalr* ... e 


Murwadi 


8 


Kagar ... 5 






Sunfl ... 6 




4 


N""m ... 5 




1 


'i\dm ... 6 


Sulanki 


4 


Oud ... 4 


Da'\& 


5 


Washalia ... fi 






I'arinar ... 6, 8 


Br :;: 


6 
& 


Eawat;-3S,203- 






llathud ... 5 


Nemniii 
Pnjpnt 
liutliuJ 


5 
6 


Abira „. 1 






Sendbo :-10,S86— 


6 


Btikaria ... l 


Rora:— 3— 




UnipfciRed. 






Bamnia ... 1 


Uiiipccifted 






Pindara;-143- 




Bbaraii ... 5 






Shikari :-97- 


^^^ Uiupec'jicd. 




Bliola ... 1 








K 




Biadiiri 1 
Buriiwa 1 


Saiihii:-4,417- 




Gato ... 2 


^^B jPisjara:- 694— 

^^^H VutlKciiicd. 




Cbandeli V.'. 1 
Chiindiawat 1 


Agdeoath 


5 


Shimpl :-l33- 


^_ 




CLaodar . 5 


Baba 


8 


Cbiiwalkar .., 2 






Chuidian ... 1 


Buiragi 


6 


Dakabaoi ... a 


^^■iFirola:— 39— 




Cbin.iD 1 


Da.Iupantlii 


e 


Gale ... a 


^Mr t'Mi>cc.><j. 




Dadwat .'.'. 1 


DaBbiiami 


8 


Giijurathi ... a 


^^g 




i'unfinr ... 1 


GaiKsr 


5 


Hubde ... 2 






l'aay<iia ... 5 


GInnaina 


8 


Jan,dia ... 2 


^^B Pudan— 6— 




Daeora .„ 2 


Gu«ai 


8 


MaJwi ... 2 


^^■^ Wmpcci/Ud. 




Dunpa ... 1 


JfBi 


8 


Numdev ... 3 


^^ . 




LowguQa ... 1 


Kaliirpanthj 


g 


Poru ... 3 






lJii«rawBt ... 1 


Kbaki 


fi 


Kaimlcv „. 2 


lUglmbansi:-6.444- 


Gairklur ... 1 


Maramati 


6 








G air war . 1 


Mora 


8 




Bilobia 




Ci'"!! ... 1 


Xaga 


6 


Slgarha :— 459- 


ghhiiua 




Giljar . 1 


N«ma 


5 




^ads 




G.ijarathi ... 5 


Nimawat 


s 


Hekwar ... 3 


BcJa 




HariBegawt ... 5 


Odasi 


2.7 




Klianda 




Harispur ... S 


Purinama 


2,7 


Bikhi:-iaa- 


Karkule 




I knot " ] 


KaniaDRadi ,.. 


6 




Kukri 




Jadhao "' 1 


Bamani 


5 


Untpeeijkd 


JIaJwi 




Ja'Juri ... J 




8 




&1ira 






Ram Sanehi "! 


8 




Poria 




Jaar "* j 


Saniawat 


5 


Bit]lgar:-6,ue- 


Sugar 




JliekbOr ... 1 


S-njugi 


5 




'lliiiltiir 




Kakaoa ... 1 


VialiQj 


£ 




^ra 




Valuta ... 2 






Bcgd:a ... 5 






Kpimawat ... 1 


Saferdal:— 13— 




BbuLiia ... B 


^^H, zuunjani:— 16— 




Kasi ... 1 


Uiispec'/ied. 




Bili ... 5 


^^V OHIiiCCi/ieii. 




Kaai Gawat ... 1 
Kasni ... 1 






Cliafore ... 5 
Cbuban ... a 








Salvi;— B70— 




I'^iagi ... 5 


Ramoshl:— 4— 




Kbure '" 1 






Gbalra .„ 5 


l/Mpecyied 




Kurik ... 1 


Agwar 


8 


Gujaratbi .. g, 7, S 






Lad^wat . . 1 


Bbambi 


1,S 


Jun. ... 5 






Lakbota ... 1 


Dakiiliani 


K,'5 


Kachbi ... 1 


Bangra:— 7,823— 




Loria ... 1 


Dewang 




Itbichi ... 6 






Mfthauya ... 1 


Giijaratbi 


2,5 


Kirlua ... 5 


Ehiig-vat 




Makwaaa ... f, 


Klialri 


2,6 


LaWiani ... a 


Bliooaac 


2,5 


Miiraita ... 1 


Euiili 


2,5 


Lobar ... 45 


llliar 




Marwaria ... I 


Malvi 


V.8 


MalH-i ... i 


Clibipa 


1,5 


NagttH ... 1 


Mnralha 


S, S,7 


Mnrwadi ... 8 


Chai.lian 




Naguria ... 1 


Maru 


2, a, 7 


Parewa ... 5 


Daldara 




NarelB • ... 1 


Marwadi 


7 


I'aruiar ... 6, 8 


Dodwa 




Niwagnt ... 1 


Mewadi 


B 


Pigi . ... 5 






Nij'iinu ... 1 


Sakbria 


2 


Fi^rbi ... 4 


Uujaratlii 


S, 5 


Pucbiiwa ... 1 


bkund 


2 


B..jput ... 4 


Jadliao 




Pacborn ... 1 








Klmotma 




Piidlmr ... 1 


Sansl :— 69— 




Silawat :-4,4i9 - 


Malwi -.. I 


,2,5 


P«dhiar ... 1 


Ciiipcojied. 






Manora 




l'afi"ji ... 5 






Ajmt-ra ... 8 


Marwadi 




Pawura ... 1 






liiskaniia ... 4 


Mowadi 
Namdeo 


1,2 

S,6 


Pitbhure ... . 
PurLba ... 1 


Sanyasi:— l>l29— 




D.kiibiiai ... 5 
IJliuiuala ... fi 


NawoH 




Sakanat ... 1 


BiamdtiU 


4 


(iodi ... 1, 3. 7 


Paniiar 




Samat ... 1 






Giij-iratlii ... a 


I-owar 
Kawat 




Hbixtgar ... 1 
Sbikbar ... 1 


Saraiigia:-9i- 




Jatim ... 4 
Kncbbwa ... 5 


Sulanki 




Sikiirnar ... 1 


U'lfjiccified 




Km.iawat ... 7,8 


Kunwa 


2 


Soliar ... 1 






Wiilwi ... 4 






Sclimki ... 1, ■> 


SarDhangi: S 




Mi:w»di ... 4 


Batliaria:-206— 




Siirajbansi ... 1 






Parm'.^' - J 






Tliakur ... 1 


C'tsp'c'jkd' 






Bakhala 


5 


Tliur ... 1 






PuU ... 5 


Biitora 
Biiambi 


5 
5 


Ubalot ... 1 


Sargara :— 706— 




Paw-r ... 5 
Pi^rdi^sbi ... 4 


Chaiiika 


5 




Chnuban 


■ 2 


Purbi ... -l 


Cliiiiilian 


b 


Eeg:ar:-80- 


Lcoria 


6 


U«.j .■■ 5 


Dalia 


5 


Ull$ptci/icd 


niiBKaJ 


a 


Kajpiit ... 4 


G'ljarubi 


f, 




iniiirlia 


5 


SoMfTcra ... S 


Outid 


6 




Garlclii. 


2 


SuiiK^r ... 5 


^^^^^^A i 



S44 

Qensos of Central India 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. ' 



HINDU. 



Sirwi:- 


8,495— 


1 


Sonar.— 


(Contd.) 


Aglena 


••• 


5 


Deoria 


••• 


3 


Barpha 


• .• 


5 


Dbangar 


••• 


2 


Barphura 


••• 


5 


Dookar 


••• 


6 


Barwa 


••• 


5 


Dudheda 


••• 


7 


Bbaweda 


••• 


5 


Gadnr 


••• 


3 


Bhopal 


••• 


6 


Garia 


••• 


3 


Chopla 


••• 


5 


Gailiele 


••• 


5 


Chouhan 


••• 


5 


Ghubad 


••• 


h 


Choyal 


••• 


6 


Gode 


••• 


2 


Chngal 


••• 


6 


Gojparia 


••• 


3 


Dhamud 


••• 


5 


Goiia 


••• 


6 


Dorbandi '{ 


••• 


5 


Gotrama 


••• 


5 


Doriabansi 


••• 


5 


Govindpuri 


••• 


3 


Gelot 


••• 


5 


Gowa 


••• 


1 


Hamud 


••• 


5 


Gujurathi 


1,2,4,6,7,8 


Ha tad 


••• 


5 


flaiooria; 


• •• 


1 


Kag 


••• 


6 


Hindustani 


••• 


2 


Kakal 


••• 


5 


Hoonagar 


• •• 


1 


Kumawat 


••• 


5 


Janish 


• •■ 


2 


Kuwa 


••• 


5 


Jajlioeia 


••■ 


2 


Lakhera 


••• 


5 


Jaii 


• •• 


5 


Walwi 


••• 


5 


Jardia 


• •• 


5 


llarwadi 


••• 


5,8 


Jaria 


• •• 


6 


Wewadi 


••• 


8 


Jawada 


•m 


9 


Mina 


••• 


6 


Jepuria 


••• 


2,4 


Molia 


••• 


5 


Jeria 


••• 


4 


Mophala 


••• 


6 


Juraoo 


••• 


1 


Padiliar 


••• 


6 


Jwa 


• •• 


5 


Padiyar 


••• 


^^\ 


Kagia 


• •• 


6 


Parniar 


••• 


5 


Kanoujia 


• •• 


3 


Pawar 


••• 


5 


KaHera 


• •• 


4 


Bat hod 


••• 


5 


Katbawadi 


• •• 


2 


Saspa 


••• 


8 


Kbaudel 


• •• 


6 


Ratpuda 


••« 


5 


Kbare 


• •• 


3 


iSeyan 


••• 


5 


Kliatri 


• •• 


1, 2, 4, 6 


Sidka 


••• 


5 


Kliaitua 


• •• 


1 


{^inghad 


••• 


5 


Kusunaha 


••• 


3 


Solanki 


••• 


5,8 


Lad 


• •• 


2,7 


t^olia 


••• 


5 


liObarad 


• •• 


9 

2 


^loyul 


••• 


5 


Madele 


• •• 


6 


Ta»el 


••• 


5 


Mangroli a 


• • • 


1 








Mabaro 


••• 


1 


Sonar :- 


-75,620- 


- 


Mahod 


• •• 


2,7 








Mabur 


• •• 


3 


Abdia 


• •• 


6 


Maira 


• •• 


5 


i^beria 


• •• 


5 


Maiwi 


1, 2. 4, 5, 7. 8 


Abir 


• •• 


2,7 


Manday 


••• 


1 


A j nana 


• •• 


5 


Maratbi 


••• 


2,5 


Ajoiiia 


• •• 


3,4 d 


Maria 


••• 


9 

1 


Andhia 


•«• 


3 


Maru 


••• 


2 


Anterwedi 


• •• 


2,7 


Marwadi 


2,4, 


5, 6, 7, 8 


Asat 


• •• 


2,7 


Matbana 


• • • 


w 9 

5 


Badbia 
Badria 


• •• 

••• 


2,7 
4 


Mawalia 
Ma war 


••• 
••• 


3 
2 


Bagaria 


• •• 


6 


Med 


••• 


2,5,8 


Bagdia 
Bajwan 


• •• 

• •• 


5 
5 


Medtva 

• 

MabeHri 


••• 
••• 


8 
5 


Bamnia 


• •• 


2,7 


Mewadi 


If 2, 


4, 5. 7, 8 


Banbe 


• •• 


2,7 


Mewati 


1 1 

AAA 


, 1 " , 


Banodia 


• •• 


3 


Mode 


V W V 


1,2 


Bed 


• •• 


2.7 


Mozria 




3 


Bepari 
Bbadori 
Bbagdawal 
Bhutel 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• *• 


2,7 
1 
8 
3 


Mojraba 
M urgawa 

Nagaraswalkot 
Na^bansi 


• • • 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• • • 


3 

6 

6 

3,6 


Bhawan 

T% 1 


••• 


2,7 


Narwaria 


• •• 


4 


Bnerwa 
Bhukan 


• •• 

• •• 


1 
5 


Neniadi 
Nonoree 


• •• 


5,7 
1 


BoHana 


• •• 


8 


Odia 


A # A 


4 


Brajbansi 

Bucbba 

Bundad 


• •• 
••• 

• •• 


2,7 

6 
5 


Oudan 

Pacbor 

Padia 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• v# 


1 
1 

8 


Bunoa 
(;!]iachera 
Chhipa 
Chiba 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


6 
5 
3 
3 


Pagori 
Pancbal 
Pardeshi 
Parmar 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


6 
2 

2,4,7 

1 

2 

3 1 

1 

4 

2 
2,5 

4 
2 
8 
2 
5 
7 
1 
1 


Chitod 

Cbokha 

Chouban 

('bagele 

I^ebi 

Padofia 

Dakshani 

Dalia 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 
••• 

• •• 


5 

2.7 

6,8 

6 

1 

2 

1,2,6,7 

5 


Parsaba 
pRsetabar 
Patrapa 
Piparia 

Piterwari 
Purbia 
Purnia 
Ramdaai 


• •• 

• •• 
••• 

• •• 

• •• 

• • • 

• •• 

• •• 


Parai 

l)ava 

Dawar 

Denedur 

Desbidua 

Dcsbwali 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 


1 
5 
5 
2 
2 
1,7 


Rangreelia 

Kaugre 

Kungwal 

Sakwaya 

Samatbia 

Sarabia 


• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 

• •• 



• 

Sonar-— (Contd.) 




SuUr- 


-(Contd.) 


Saterinobra 


••• 


1 


Cbanden khatri 1m« 


4 


i^aurajpuria 


••• 


3 


Cbicba] 


••• 


6 


Sepuria 


••• 


4 


Gbitia 


••• 


5 


Sbodi 


••• 


1 


Dakshani 


••• 


2,5 


Shriiiiali 


••• 


5 


Dalia 


••• 


'6 


iSbriwastaa 


••• 


6 


Dayada 


••• 


2 


Sikbanja 


••• 


6 


Deman 


••• 


5 


Sipaiia 


••• 


2 


Desbi 


•»• 


2.5,7 


Skatria 


••• 


2 


Deswali 


•»« 


2,4 


Sulanki 


••• 


4 


Devi 


••• 


2,7 


Somwati 


••• 


4 


Dbami 


••• 


4 


Songaria 


••• 


1,3 


Dbudade 


••• 


2,7 


Sonii 


••• 


3 


Gamera 


••• 


5 


Sonugar 


••• 


1 


Gangapari 


••• 


2 


SooDgddia 


••• 


4 


Gawali 


••■ 


5 


SoriHa 


••• 


1 


Godani 


••• 


2 


SotuD 


••• 


1 


Gode 


••• 


2,4,5 


Sulta 


••• 


6 


Godlia 


••• 


» 


Suiuajee 


••• 


5 


Gole 


••• 


5 


Sungadia 


••• 


6 


Gorana 


••• 


6 


Tarn bat 


••• 


2 


Gujar 


••• 


2 


Talsari 


••• 


3 


Gujaratbi 


••• 


2.5,7 


Telwari 


••• 


5 


Harsawal 


••• 


5 


TIgdia 


••• 


4 


Harsola 


••• 


5 


ToHpar 


••• 


5 


Hindustani 


••• 


2,7 


Uday 


••• 


1 


Jadbaa 


••• 


6 


Utna 


••• 


1 


Jagadia 


••• 


7 


Wedi 


•«• 


2,5 


Jagar 


••• 


6 


Wodia 


••• 


6 


JagO(iia 


••• 


6 


W raj wati 


••• 


5 


Jaipuri 


••• 


7 








Jaiswar 


••• 


8 


SondlLia: 


-79,783. 


Jakte 


••• 


2 








Janf^ra 


••• 


2,6,7 


Bbagdawat 


••• if 


4,7,8 


Jatur 


••• 


t 


Bodana 


• •• 


8 


Jepuri 


••• 


4 


Cliauban 


• •• 


8 


Jo<iba 


••• 


ft 


Gelot 


••• 


8 


Kacberkher 


••• 


6 


Juwaria 


• •• 


4 


Katali 


•«• 


6 


Kadoia 


• •• 


2 


K at puna 


••• 


5 


Kberwal ' 


••• 


2 


Kebari 


••• 


2 


Mebkawat 


• •• 


4 


Kbakdia 


••• 


5 


Padiva 

• 


1 

••• 


7,8 


Ebaii 


••• 


2,4,6,7 


Parmar 


• •• 


8 


Kberati 


■•• 


2 


Pawar 


• •• 


4 


Kbudad 


••« 


5 


Sarawat 


• •• 


4 


Kokas 


••• 


8,5 


Solanki 


• •• 


8 


Kokni 


••• 


8 








Kuka 


••• 


8 


Sonkar 


:-528. 




Kular 


••• 


5 








Kumipal 


••• 


5 


Bamnia 


• •• 


5 


Kunu-i 


••• 


5 


Marwadi 


••• 


8 


Labera 


••• 


5 


Mewadi 


• •• 


5 


Lewa 


••• 


5 


Moti 


• •• 


6 


Lobar 


••• 


2,7 


Murbia 


••• 


2 


Mabobia 


••• 


9 

4 


Hatbia 


• •• 


5 


Maliuwa 


••• 


1 


Silawat 


••• 


2 


Malwi 


••• A j 


2,4,5,7 








Marwadi 


•— 


2,5,7 


Sor:-14,677. 




Maturia 


••• 


2 








Mawi 


••• 


5 


Acberia 


••• 


4 


Mewadi 


*** 


2,4,5,7 


Bansia 


• •• 


4 


Nagdia 


••• 


5 


Baseta 


• •• 


4 


Nagra 


••• 


2,7 


Cbakdoi 


• •• 


4 


Narwaria 


••• 


2 


BbbaretA 


• •• 


4 


Nayte 


.*** 


2,7 


Kacbbawa 


• •• 


4 


Nemadi 


• •• 


5 


Kataria 


• •• 


4 


Nimka 


• •• 


6 


La^btoda 


• •• 


4 


Oliaria 


••• 


5 


Ludbia 


• •ft 


4 


Ookaii 


••• 


4 


Malwi 


• •• 


4 


Padwal 


••• 


6 


Pasi 


• •• 


4 


Pancbad 


••• 


8 


Purnia 


• •• 


4 


Piibwar 


••• 


4 


Rewat 


• •• 


4 


Purbi 


• •• 


2,4,5,7 


Siioria 


••• 


4 


Purnia 


••• 


4 








purnia 


••• 


4 


Sutar:- 


•21,416. 




Ralirauo 


••• 


5 








Kaidas 


••• 


8 


Adicbwal 


••• 


5 


Rajan 


••• 


4 


Ai;ria 


••• 


4 


Rajguru 


••• 


5 


Abera 


••• 


5 


Hana 


••• 


5 


Badoria 


••• 


4 


Rangri 


••• 


8 


Badwar 


••• 


1 


Rotal 


*•• 


5 


Bamnia 


••■ 


6 


liatbod 


••• 


6 


Bauadia 


••• 


5 


Sabu 


••• 


6 


Bandelo 


••• 


1 


Sajaria 


• •• 


8 


Bans 


••• 


2,5 


Sakwal 


••• 


8 


Bbidwar 


••• 


6 


Sanavijo 


••• 


8 


Bbiswa 


••• 


5 


Saolota 


••• 


5 


Bliumia 


••• 


4 


Sawalkar 


••■ 


8 


Bige 


•«• 


5 


8okma 


• •• 


5 


Bundelkbandi 


••• 


2 


Sonaoda 


• •• 


5 


Cawnpuri 


••• 


5 


Boneria 


••• 





245 

Census of Ccntrftl India, 1901. 

CASTES AND SUB-CASTES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



HINDU. 



Sotar— (Contd.) 



• • • 

• • • 



• •• 

• • • 

• •• 

• • • 



• • • 

• •• 

• •• 

• • • 

• • • 

• • • 



Survabansi 

Tudova 

Tawar 

Tetra 

Thikria 

Yerwar 



Tadwi :— 2,131— 



Ajnaria 

Bainnia 

Basnnia 

Bliabria 

Bhaidya 

Bhcrkhada 

Bhurtia 

Bcxladia 

Budar 

Bundad 

Cliliatesa 

Chauhan 

Dabar 

Dahelia 

Dawar 

Debar 

Deodia 

Deolia 

Dowarka 

Do-dia 

Do-dwa 

Gamnra 

Gujaratjii 

Kanatsbia 

Kaocbba 

Kathria 

Kbaradi 

Kokeria 

Macbhala 

Mabedia 

Mahadia 

Maoda 

Masania 

Mebara 

Mori 

Mobijat 

Orkbia 

Pacbolia 

Pacbwa 

Pancbda 

Pbakda 

Eana 

liaonia 

Ratba 

Rathor 

Kant 

Safta 

Sakbria 

Saola 

Sapnia 

Solanki 

Waskala 

Wasunia 



••• 
•• • 
••• 
•• • 
• ••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 
• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



••• 
••• 
••• 



Tamtoat :— 6i— 

Daksbani 

Gujaratlii 

Mar 

Nagosi 

Pawar 



5 
4 
5 
5 
5 



Tamboli.— (Contd.) 



••• 



Taml)Oli:— 16,867— 



Badawan 

Ba<lola 

Bagaila 

Barainarmoli 

BedHa 

Chaora 

Charosim 

Charaba 

Chuban 

Corase 

Chortia 

Chosi 

Cbcska 

Dana 

Deonaguel 

Desi 

Deswali 



• • • 

• • • 
« • • 

• • • 

• • • 
•■• 

• •• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



Dbiimka 

Dokri 

Giijaratbi 

HaiBili 

Hindustani 

Jndbon 

Jbordb) 

Kaiyar 

Kabnan 



5 

4 
2,7,8 
4 
2 
1 
1 
2 
5 



Tell— (Contd.) 



5 


Kasb 


• • • 


2 


5 


Kcrli. 


••• 


4 


5 


Khamrol 


••• 


1 


5 


Kberi 


••• 


6 


5 


Kumawat 


• • • 


2,6 


5 


Kurnrawat 


•• • 




5 


Knnrod 


• • • 


5 


5 


Kunni 


•• • 


1 


6 


Kurwa 


••• 


1 


5 


Lapinato 


• •• 


1 


5 


Mabur 


• • • 


1 


5 


Malwi 


1,2, 


4,5,8 


5 


Marwadi 


• •• 


8 


5 


Mcda 


• •• 


5 


5 


Mewadi 


• • • 


8 


6 


Nagar 


• •• 


5 


5 


Paujaria 


• •• 


4 


5 


Patbed 


• ■ • 


4 


5 


Picboria 


• •• 


1 


6 


Purbi 


... 2,4,6,7 


5 


Purnia 


••• 


4 


6 


Rawat 


... 


1 


2 


Tainkbera 


..• 


1 


5 


Toleo 


••• 


1 


5 








6 
5 


Tamera :— 


2,230- 


- 


5 


Bermaiya 


... 


3 


6 


Kbutaba 


. • • 


3 


5 


Narwaria 


. • « 


3 


5 








5 

6 

5 
5 


Tarkihar : 


-1,129 


— 


Unspecified 


... 


3 


5 


Tatka:— 11 






5 








6 
5 


Unspecified 


••« 


8 


5 
5 


Teli :-i,63,028- 


- 


5 


Agaria 


•«. 


6 


5 


Agrya 


• •• 


1 


6 


Akhabari 


• > . 


5 


5 


Bania 


• • • 


5 


6 


Alwar 


*.• 


4 


5 


Aroya 


... 


2 


6 


Bsasia 


• .• 


5 


5 


Bacbbari 


•• • 


2 


2 


Badarwar 


• . • 


1 


2 


Badwal 


. > • 


5 


2 


Bagi 


••• 


4 


2 


lUbut 


•■• 


2 




Baninia 


•*• 


6 




Banjaro 


• . • 


2 




Barbad 


•.. 


5 


2,7 


Batbari 


... 


4,5 


ii,7 


BatbeH 


•.• 


2 


2,7 


Ijiitberia 


••• 


1 


2,1 


l*.atri 


... 


6 


2,7 


]>aw8ara 


. > . 


5 




}^?nuaiya 


•• * 


3,6 




Bbagor 


•.. 


C 




Bbati 


••• 


2,6,7 


1 


Bbcsla 


••• 


4 


5 


Bboi 


... 


2,7 


2 


Bibant 


•* • 


3 


4 


Bidmera 


... 


5 


5 


Bilgolia 


• k. 


C 


5 


BiBcn 


• •• 


3 


1 


Biswari 


• *• 





1 


Bundclkbandi 


*•. 


2,6,7 


2 


Cha 


*.• 


1 


8 


Cberiba 


... 


3 


5 


Cbipa 


... 


1 


1 


Cbodbri 


• . . 


1,2 


4 


Cborasia 


• • • 


2 


1 


Cbouban 


... Xa 


6,7,8 


1 


Dagoria 


... 


2 


2 


Daima 


• * • 


5 


4 


Dalolia 


• •* 


5 



Dasora 
Dcodia 

Deorakhi 

Desbi 

Deswali 

I'ewara 

Ubamaoda 

Dbamri 

Dbandewar 

Dbania 

Dbaray 

Dilliwal 

Doogaria 

Gaboi 

Gajanpa 

Gaibani 

Gurwal 

Gelona 

Gelot 

Gbamol 

Golaria 

Golia 

Gujaratbi 

Gulani 

Guli 

Ilanspuria 

Hindustani 

Itoria 

Jadbao 

JaiHwal 

Jakliar 

Jamdaria 

Jasondia 

Jatana 

Jeswar 

Jbabray 

EacbaHa 

Kacbela 

Ka beliya 

Kacbra 

Kacbrana 

Kaliya 

Kacaria 

Kanina 

Karanjia 

Katbri 

Kbadia 

Kbaniira 

Kbauiojia 

Kbanuerwal 

Khapritlia 

Khatolia 

Kliedi 

Kbera 

Kbi 

Kbirklnva 

Kbu<lgujar 

Kbudwal 

Kodia 

Kondia 

Keraawat 

Kunbi 

Ladwa 

Lalri 

Lasbkari 

Madbia 

Magrina 

Mabarunia 

Mabiit 

Maida 

Maitali 

Makwaua 

Malwi 

Maratba 

Maukar 

Marwadi 

lilarwargi 

Matbur 

Matburya 

Mawalo 

Med3'a 

Mewadi 

Mobra 

Madga 

Naigaria 

Kagria 

Nalia 

Narana 

Narwjiria 

Noniadi 



••• 
... 
•* . 
... 



5 

1 

7 
4 

1 

1 
1 

2 
2 

1 
6 

1 
... 3 

5 
... o 

... 

1 
1 

6 
,..1,2,4,6,8 

4 

2 

... 6 

2, 7 

6 

2 
... d 

1 
1 
6 
5 
1 
... 

1 
8 
1 
6 
2 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
3 
6 
1 
3 
1 
1 
5 
5 

Q 
6 

8 

2 

5 

2 

2, 5 

... V 

2 

1 
3 

5 

1 
7 
1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8 
2 
6 
l,2r4,5,6,7,8 

1 
6 
1 
6 

'.V. 2, 5, 7, 8 
1 
1 

• • • aL 

• • • o 

1 

••• o 

4 

••• o 



Teli.-(Contd.) 



••• 



Nekali 

Ojara 

i'adambansi 

Padia 

I^idri 

Parmar 

Patbria 

Perdcsbi 

Purbia 

Pure 

Purnia 

Rabde 

Hada 

Rai 

Rajona 

Rajori 

Rajpurwa 

Rain pan thi 

Rangri 

Ratbor 1, 

Rawda 

Rayce 

Rekwar 

Ronia 

Rontele 

Rotla 

Sakwar 

Salaria 

Sanawari 

Sarganja 

Sarupa 

Sawar 

Sawdia 

Seel 

Sbiri-matal 

Sbiri- Nagar 

Sbiri-Vastam 

Siboda 

Sipri 

SiHodia 

Sitampuri 

Solanki 

Soria 

Sunori 

TaidBW 

Tbakn^l 

Tbakria 

Uja 

Umeda 

Wagbal 

Wamcto 

Wato 

Watri 



... 
•* . 
• .. 

•*• 

• .• 
••• 
••• 

• .• 
•.• 
•* • 
•. • 
• .. 
••• 

• * . 
•* . 
... 



I 
2 
2 
6 
5,8 
1 
5 
1 
6 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
4 
2 



2,3;4,5,6,7,5 

6 
6 
6 
6 
4 
1 
5 
4 
8 
4 
4 
5 
I 
2 
3 

3,5 

1 
5 
5 
8 
1 
1 
5 
6 
5 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



• * . 
••• 

• . • 
••■ 
•.. 
... 

• .• 
••• 
•* . 

• • • 



Thatera :— 466- 

Abirbansi 

Thori:— 234- 

Marwadi 

Tutkar ;— 11— 

Unspecifiied 

Umrao:— 276— 

Unspecified 

Vidur:— 447- 

Bbaumati 



%\» 



246 

CensuB of Central India, 1901. ^«»,«,^ . r Ttmr • 

TRIBES AND SUB-TRIBES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



ASJyiI^2. 



Aralth :-a,I4J^— 



Wal 



6 



Bhil :— 206,015— 



Bhil.— (Contd.) 



Aded 

Ajnara 

Ajronia 

Akhadia 

Alia 

Amdia 

Ambigar 

Amlat 

Amliar 

Arad 

Aria 

Aaadia 

jksalkar 

Awasia 

Babi 

Babra 

Bada 

Badel 

Badia 

Badbane 

Badbar 

Badkba 

Badol 

Badwa 

Badwar 

Bagari 

Bagdia 

Bagri 

Babari 

Babedia 

Balai 
gakbala 

gakhora 

^alkiya 

Balooda 

Balosa 

gamnia 

Bandod 

ganeda 

Bania 

Banjara 

Baolia 

Barbadi 

Barbar 

Bargunda 

Baria 
Barnara 
Baskalya 
Beberi 

Bela 
Bbabar 

Bbabi 

Bbagora 

Bbakbala 

Bbakli 

Bbamar 

Bbambi 

Bbamria 

Bhandod 

Bbaradka 

Bbardia 

Bbaremoda 

Bbargo 

Bbarka 

Bbarma 

Bbarot 

Bbasba 

Bbati 

Bbalia 

Bbatora 

Bbawar 

Bbawdia 

Bbilala 

Bbilawada 

Bbitvra 

Bbola 

Bboluka 

Bboodad 

Bbuja 

Bbanjwa 

Bbura 

• 

Bbarda 

Bbuwana 

Bibawa 

Bilwaria 

Bilawal 



••• 
••• 

• •• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 
•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 



•• • 

••• 

• •• 

• • • 

• > • 
•• • 

• • • 

• •• 

• •• 



••• ^} 



••• 

• •• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 

••• 
••• 

••• 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
•• • 
••• 
•• • 
•• • 



•• • 
•• • 
••• 

• • • 

•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 
••• 

• • • 

• • • 
•• • 
•••• 



•• • 

• •• 

••• 
••• 
•• • 

• • • 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 
••• 



• • • 

••• 
■•• 
••• 
••• 
••• 



2 

2,'5 

5 

5 

8 
o 

2 

2 
6,8 
2,5 

2 

5 

2 

5 

5 

5 

5 

2 

8 
5 

5 

5 

5 

2,5 

8 

1 

5 

5,7,8 
5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 

2,6,8 
6 
5 
3,6 
1,5 
5 
5 
2 
6 
5 
5 
2 
2 
1 

2,6,8 
1 

2,6,8 

2 

5 

5 

2,5 

5 

6 

2 

5 
*> 

1 
5 
1 
2 
2 
2 
6 
2 
5 
6 
4,7 
5 
6 
. 4 
5 
5 
8 
6 
2,6,8 
6 
6 
8 
2 
5 



Bisnia 

Bodal 

Bodar 

Bodana 

Bohri 

Borania 

Borla 

Bosnia 

Buiwada 

Buodal 

BurgbaU 

Cbamta 

Cbandan 

Chandrawat 

Cbandia 

Cbanka 

Gbaran 

Cbargotia 

Chareb 

Cbarek 

Chnrel 

Cbarji 

Cbawan 

Cberel 

Cherfota 

Cbbaler 

Cbboti jat 

Cbilot 

Cbogad 

Cbokba 

Uboogad 

Cborai 

Chorpat 

Chorpotia 

Chnban 

Cburia 

Dabi 

Dagdi 

Dagi 

Dagod 

Dahodia 

Dai 

Dai ha 

Daima 

Daki 

Dakwa 

Dalanki 

Dalonad 

Damar 

Daninia 

Damor 

Dana 

Danda 

Dangi 

Danibar 

Darda 

Darwal 

Dasana 

Dasaya 

Daseria 

Dawal 

Dawar 

Deoda 
Deolia 
Dooria 
Deshi 
Deswali 
Dcwarka 
Dhaoak 
Dhanwa 
Dharia 
Dharwa 
Dhobi 
Dbodadia 
Dholididor 
Dhonia 
Dburkadi 
Didora 
^ Didoria 
Didwar 
Digar 
Dindod 
Dingri 
Dittol 
Dodar 
Dodiya 
Podujar 
Dodwa 
Dulada 
DuDgra 



••• 
••• 
••• 

•• • 



6 
2 
6 
2 
5 



Bbil— (Contd,) 



•• • 

••• 

••• 
••• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 



*•• 



2 
2 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2,6 
8 
8 
5 
8 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 

;:: 2 

8 
8 

6 

2 

5 

2 

2 

*, 6 

... 1, 6, 8 

5 

5, 8 

6 

6 

8 

6 

6 
5, 8 
2 
6 
5 

1 
8 

5, 8 

6 

5 

1 
... 1,2,6,8 
2 
5 
2 

2, 8 

5 

"• 2, 6, 8 
8 

8 
8 

- I 

• •• 

B 

a 

8 

2 
2 

» 

2,6 

2 

• • • 

5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 

2 
8 
5 
6 
6,8 



• • • 

• •• 
••• 
••• 

• • • 



Etar 

Gadbia 

Gadrawa 

Gadria 
Gainar 

Gamed 

Ganawa 

Ganawar 

Ganderai 

Ganor 

Gaona 

Gar wal 

Garwad 

Garwal 

Garwar 

Gatabiia 

Gawad 

Gelor 

Genda 

Gbana 

Gbandad 

Gbawya 

Ginama 

Girasi 

Girinama 

Giriwal 

Goda 

Gogal 

Golkar 

Gondwana 

Gori 

Gotbia 

Gowari 

Golan 

Goyal 

Gudaria 

Gudia 

Gudria 

Go jar 

Gujarathi 

Gunde 

Gunja 

Gurwal 

Hajara 

Hanu 

Uarad 

Hari 

Hasodia 

Hatial 

Hatila 

Hila 

Hima 

Hingar 

Hinglad 

Hiroda 

Hirol 

Hodina 

Hundbar 

Jamlagia 

Jamria 

Janawa 

Janga 

Jangtba 

Jarita 

Jasodia 

Jera 

Jeswar 

Jhala 

Jhodia 

Jinawa 

Jobtia 

Jogi 

Kabar 

Kacbhwa 

Kadoda 

Kadwa 

Kabar 

Kalara 

Kale 

Kalbara 

Kalpi 

Kaluma 

Kamal 

Kamar 

Kanima 

Kamla 

Kanada 

Kanasbia 

Kaoda 

Kapasin 

Karawa 



Bbil— (Contd.) 



•• • 
••• 
••• 
•• • 



••• 

• •• 

• • t 

• • • 



6 
8 
5 
5 

2,6,8 

2,5,8 
5 
6 
5 

^ 5 
5 
5 
2,4 
6 
1 
2 

2,5,8 
5 
6 
6 
2 
6 
8 
2 
2,6 
8 
5 

a 

6 
5 
5 

••• 

5 

... 2, 7, 8 

4 

2, 6 

• • • ^ 

6 
... 1,2,5,8 
2 
5 
8 
5 
5 
6 
8 
2 
5 

'■I 

2 
8 
5 
6 
6 
2 
4 
5 
2,5 
6 
5 
5 
1 
2 
1 
S 
8 
8 
2 
5 
8 
2 
5 
1,6 
2,5 
6 
2 
1 

a 

5 
5 
2 
5 
9 
5 
5 

5 

8 



« . . 

••• 



••• 
••• 
• •• 
••• 
•*• 
•*• 
••• 



*.• 



Kari 

Kasari 

Kasbola 

Katara 

Eatbwa 

Katia 

Katiyah 

Katina 

Katria 

Kavi 

Kewadia 

Kbadeda 

Khadya 

Klmir 

Khara 

Kharad 

Kharadi 

Kharadia 

Kliarya 

Kbatola 

Khatwai 

Kbedi 

Kbera 

Kherdi 

Kholpansa 

Kbutki 

Kbutrya 

Kid ode 

Kikria 

Kiradia 

K6dia 

Kobir 

KoH 

Koni 

Koria 

Kumar 

Kupgar 

Krodba 

Kulara 

Labra 

Lakba 

Lakbania 

I^kbera 

Lokbodia 

Lasonia 

Lewarst 

Ligwa 

Lilana 

Lodha 

Macbbar 

Mabada 

Mabaka 

Maharelad 

Maida 

Maitba 

Maji 

Makbad 

Makbwal 

Makhoda 

Makora 

Makwana 

Makwani 

Malia 

Malianad 

Mali wad 

Malvi 

Manaj 

Mankar 

Maneari 

Marwasli 

Masania 

Masura 

Mewada 

Medwadi 

Mcwadia 

Mijalda 

Mogh 

Moghia 

Mohania 

Mon 

Moocbber 

Mori 

Motba 

Mungari 

Munia 

Munga 

Munjaldi 

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^^BUsua of Central India, 1901. 


YIMI5T. ^H 


^H TRIBES AND SUB-TRIBES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 


1 


^^P Bhit-(Contd.) 


Bliil— (Contd.) 


BhUalaa— (Coatd.) 


BbilaU«-(Coiitd.) ^1 


^^^Sibarwar ... 8 


Tokria ... 6 


Bbudbnd :... 5 


Jagd.% 
Jflgrno 
Jam! a 




KiharU ... S 


Uj« !, i, 5, 7, 8 


Bhura., • B 




Nijavi ... 2 


V.dkbiya ... 8 


Bharia ... 5 




Nimadi ... 2, B 


Vadonva ... 5 


BilRa ... 2 


Jamodia 


'" 6 


Niaama ... 5 


Vagbi ... 6 


Bisfa ... 2 


Jamra 


3,6 


Numana ... S 


Vagri ... 6 


BokuJ ... 3 


Jangar 
Jariit 


5 


Obaria ... B 


Valaya ... 8 


Bilkad ... 5 


6 


Onia ... 6 


Vasuri. ... 8 


Barsa ... 5 


Jaskalia 


6 


Orpodia ... 6 


Vatyab ... 5 


ruQdod ... 6 




6 


Oaari .- 6 


Vinyai ... 2 


BuGdela ... 5 


Jhaplia 


6 


Pacbhaya ... 5 


Wadaia ... 5 


Cbamka ... g 


Jbiyi 


6 


Pa<i«a ... 5 


Waduka ... 5 


Chandani ... 5 


Jobtia 


5 


Padyar ... 2, 6 


Wakla ... 5 


Cbandel ... f 


Jukholk 


6 


Padora ... 2 


Walok ... fi 


Cbangad ... 5 


Junia 


6 


Padwi ... 6 


Walwaka ... 6 


Changar ... 5 


Eatam 


5 


Pagdi ... 6 


Warbbya ... 3 


Chapaa ... 7 


Kalbela 


6 


Pal ... 5 


W.«ahi ... 7 


Charat ... g 


Kam.iya 


6 


Palaaia ... 5, 8 


Wask.Iya ... 2 


Chaiel ... 5 


Kanada 


6 


Palaska ... 2, 5 


\V..akl.a ... 2 


Cbarpota ... 5 


Kanasbia 


2, S 


Parlchia ... C 


WaBiinJn ... 9 5 


Chotkia ... 5 


Kanki 


6 


Palaia ... 5 


Zodwa ... 3 


Chauban ... 3 5 


Kaocbha 


6 


Palta ... 5 




(Jhholi Jat ' 5 


Rarela 


6 


P.mal ... 3 


Bhilalas :— i3i,280— 


CbimU ... 5 


Kalara 


6 


Pampalila ... 5 
Panda ... 2 




Chingon ... g 


Kalliolia 


5 


Abna ... 2 


Cliogad ... 2 g 


Kawria 


2 


Pandar ... 8 


Adihala ... 5 


Cbokba ... ' 6 


Kbaodadi 


S 


Pangi ... 6 


Abir ... B 


Cbokliani ... 3 


Khapaclia 


2 


Panina ... 5 


Ahira ... 2, 5 


Chokhara ... 2 


Kbaped 


6 


Pardhi ... 2,6 


Ajoarii ... 5 


Cbomal ... 2 


Kbaradi 


fi 


Pardia ... 2 


Ajoawa ... 6 


Chomaifca ... fi 


Kharat 


1, 5 


Parji ... 5,8 


Ajroania ... 5 


Cliomkala ... 5 


Kharit 


3,5 


Parja ... 2 


Akbadia ... 5 


Choninia ... 5 


Kbarwad 


6 


Parmal ... 5 


AlL^ ... 5 


Choudbari ,., 5 


Khatali 


6 


Parmar ... 2,6 8 


Aiwa ... 3 


Cliongad ... 5 


Kliodid 


a 


Parwada ... 5 


AiUiar ... 5 


Clin-alki ... 5 




3 


Patlia ... 5 


Aidin ... 6 


Daltoo ... 2 


Khutia 


3 


Patwar ... 3 


Aotifl ... 5 


Dakiiji ... a 


Kikria 


6 


Pawar ... 5 


^rguna ... 2 


Damar ... fi 


Kiradia 


2 


Pawaria ... 5 


Alra ... 5 


Dangi ,.. 5 


Kirat 


5 


RaghubanBi ,.. 2 


AWBliia ... 2, 6 


Oorlia ... 5 


Kochra 


5 


Raoa ... 2,5,8 


Bacha ... 5 


Darwnr ... 3, 5 


KoH 


2,5 


lianada ... 5 


Badiid ... a 


Deglu ... 5 


KorH-ai 


S 


Butanpura ... 6 


Badgia ... 3 


Daudt ... 2, 7 


Kutaria 


5 


Rathu ... 2, 5 


Badya ... a 


Deokia ... 'g 


Kotwal 


5 


Ratbod ... 2, 6, 8 


Uagela ... 2, 0, 7 


Deolia ... g 


Kurda 


fi 


Ratola ... 6 


Bagoli. ... 6 


Dovi ... 6 


Kuwar 


6 


Rawa ... 5 


Bagri ... 5 


Dewal ... 6 


Lalwa 


fi 


Bawadi ... 3 


Bagwa „. 7 
Babarkft ... 6 


Dbami ... g 


Ligwal 


2 


Bawal ... 2, 5 


Dharam ... g 


Lobar 


a 


Rawat ... 3,5,8 


Bfthusia ... 5 


Dharo ... 2, 5 


Macbaya 


3 


Rayal ... 5 


Baka ... 2 


niiarta ... 5 


Macbhala 


2 


Hod ... 2 


Bakhlea ... ■, 


Dbawalia ... 5 


Macbbar 


3 


Biigadi ... 2 


llala ... 3 


Dodar ... 5 


Matjodia 


5 


Rugat ... 3 


Balai ... 2 


Dodia ... 5 


Mahga 


fi 


Buplia ... 5 


Balkama ... 3 


iJodwa ... 2 5 


Makodia 


i 


tafori. ... 5 


Bal Kat ... 2 


Uudad ... g 


Makwnoa 






Balura ... 5 


Diimka ... 5 


Mali 




Salos Z 2 


Balwa ... 6 


Dunk.i ... 5 


Malwi 




Salote ... 2 


Bftwauka ... 5 


E»i.a ... 2 


Maaiyar 


5 


Salvi ... 1 


Bamanival ... 2 


Gsdaa ... 3 


Mankad 


5 


Siniyar ,.. 5 


Bamla ... 7 


Gadia ... 5 


Maoda 


5 


Saplia ... 5 


Bamnia ... 5 


Gadula ... 3 


Mapdia 


5 


Saradi ... 7 


Baoia '> 


Gadria ... 6 


Maaonia 


9,6 


Semtia ... 5 


Baclia ... 6 


Garawa ... fi 


Malbadft 


5 


fendri 


Bapedu ... 5 


Gaoli ... 2, 5 


liawi 


6 


Sena ... 8 


Bara ... a 


Garaaia ... 5 


Media 


4 


ahingadt ... 2, 5 


Baria ... 6 


Garwala ... 5 


llEgwai 


S 


alda ... 5 


Barodia ... q 


Gawa ... 5 


Mcwada 


6 


Bigwa ... 2 


Baakalia ... 2 


Gawar ... 5 


Minara 


5 


Silot ... 5, S 


Bhaber ... " 7 


G*wa«ia» ... 2 


Miriawa 


5 


Siiura ... 2 


Hhadlia ... 5 


Gharia ... 5 


mdh 


5 


Singad ... 8 


Bbadwal ... 3 


Gb.irular ... 6 


Modua 


5 


Siawal ... B 


lihagat ... 8 


Gitiaiia ... 6 


Klobnia 


S 


Soltnki ... 3, 6,8 


Bbogod ... 5 


Gobari ... 6 


Mojwa 




Solia ... 3,S 


Bhaida ... 5 


Gonal ... 6 


Mori 


2,5,7 


tkilwnr ... 3 


Bhainria ... 5 


GoiHia ... 5 


Moia 


5 


SamwaDa ... 8 


Bhandul ... 5 


Gotal. ... 3 


Motiint 


6 


Sondia ... 8 


Bharia ... 5 


G.idharb ... 6 


lluzawa 


S 


Sorwac ... 5 


Bb.radi .,. 5 


Gi.jar ... 5 


Miijalda 


2,5,7 


Sadar ... 6 


Bharda ... 5 


Qujra .,. 5 


nSada 


5 


Suwa ... 2 


Bhargav ... 2 


Gujantbi ... 2, B 




2 




Bhatvi ... 3 


Gulba ... 5 


Murnarda 


2 


Tad ... 1 


Bbawdi ... 2 


Giiatia ... 6 


Naika 


S 


Tadia ... 5 


Bhidia ... 3 


Hakrala .,. 5 


Nakta 


5 


Tadwi ... 2,t.5 


Bhidor ... B 


Harkhalam ... b 


Kdwiisa 


6 


TamWiir --- 8 


Bhidri ... 5 


Harolha ... 5 


Nalwaya 


a 


Tawli ... 5 


Bhilgama ... 3 


Hatila ... 6 


Nanira 


•i 




Bhodia ... 2 


HiBor ... 5 


Kandia 


6 


TUnkraiii -.. 5 


Bhogawata ... f, 


Horia ... 5 


Nanda 


5 


Tbakur ... 2 


Bhokeey ... 5 


uiiiii ... 5 


NaoM 


2 


Thaw;.r ... 2 


Bliola ... 5 


Ja,!ia ... 5 


Kapplia 


2 





248 

Censos of Central lodia, 1901. 

TRIBES AND SCB-TRIBES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



Ayiiiisr. 



Bhilala- 


-(Contd.) 


" 


Bhilala*— (Contd.) 




Gond: 


-1,95,015 




K irar- 


-(Contd.) 




Xarda 


# • « 


2 


Walumbi 


• *> 


5 


Amra 


••• 


4 


lodria 


•• • 




Xargawa 


••• 


2 


Warda 


•«« 


h 


Baiea 


««• 


3 


Jaipiiri 


• • • 




Narwala 


••• 


5 


Wasawlia 


••• 


f 


Banjara 


• •• 


5 


Jajoria 


# • • 




Nawodia 


•■• 


5 


Was^ya 


•*• 


2 


Bat wan a 


••• 


4 


Juria 






Kemadi 


••• 


2.7 


Wajikalia 


••• 


2.5 


Bemaria 


• •• 


6 


Kaneriya 


••• 




Nidan 


•«• 


2 


Wa^unia 


••• 


5 


Bhopa 


••• 


4 


Karanja 


• •• 




Nigwal 


••• 


2.5 


Wavada 


• a* 


5 


Bhulia 


• •• 


G 


Karija 


• #« 




Mhal 


• a* 


o 


Weda 


• •• 


5 


Bhumia 


••• 


G 


Karodia 


• •• 




Nik 


• ■ • 




Welohi 


• « • 


5 


Chandroha 


••• 


6 


Karon ia 


• • • 




Nikumb 


• • • 


5,7 


Zeelia 


• • • 


2,7 


Chorkhera 


• • • 


6 


Kato 


••• 




Kilgawa 


• •• 


6 


Bhamd :- 


-9,366- 




Daroi 


• « • 


4 


Kliadia 


* • • 




Othara 


• •• 


5 


Adau 


••• 


2 


Dahait 


••• 


G 


Kliarania 


• • • 




Ogari 


• •• 




Adwa 


«•• 


5 


I^hanak 


••• 


4 


Khe<iar 


• •• 




Fachawa 


• •• 


5 


Aliarwi 


•«• 


5 


Dhunia 


••• 


4 


Kliojar 


• •• 




Pa^liar 


• •a 


5 


Ahir 


••• 


2,5 


Dhuria 


« •• 


G 


Kirar 


• • • 




Pagcla 
Pal 


• •• 


5 


Baigonia 


• • • 


5 


Dulare 


•«• 


5 


Kotawail 


• • • 




• « • 


5 


Bagwal 


••• 


5 


Ghowaria 


• •• 


6 


Kular 


• • • 




Paoada 


• •• 


6 


Baksar 


• • • 


2 


Gburalia 


• •• 


3 


Kotwal 


• • • 




Paniar 


• •• 


5 


Barch* 


••• 


5 


Jaurare 


•«• 


5 


Kiira 


• *• 




Pauna 


• •• 


5 


Baresa 


• • « 


2 


Jovlag 


••• 


5 


Kiitohia 


• • • 




Pargi 


• • • 


5 


Bargar 


••• 


5 


Kaimia 


•>• 


3 


Lakheri 


• •• 




Parnitr 


• •• 


IF 


Bhagsar 


• . • 


2 


Kata 


• • • 


2 


Lipari 


• •• 




Parwi 


• • « 


5 


Bhao 


•• * 


5 


Khar 


••• 


6 


a 

Madhonia 


• •• 




Patel 


• • • 


5 


Bhata 


« • • 


5 


Kharjar 


••« 


6 


Mahnre 


9 • # 




Patlia 


• • • 


5 


BorAa 


•«• 


5 


Khatolia 


•«■ 


4 


MaK-i 


# •• 




Pawar 


• •• 


5 


Chotitad 


• • • 


2 


Khcrwar 


••• 


6 


Maretia 


# • • 




Pichfldt 


• •• 


2 


Dawar 


■•• 


5 


Khursen 


••• 


6 


^larolia 






Pichhala 


• •> 


5 


Dewla 


•• • 


5 


Kohawal 


• • « 


3 


Marwadi 






Pic'hbodia 


• «• 


9 


Dhangar 


• • • 


2,5 


Kondar 


••» 


4 


Metar 


■ V 9 




Pidia 


• • • 


5 


Dhar 


• •• 


5 


'**>orku 


•• • 


3 


Mewadi 






Poria 


• •• 


2 


Dhiwali 


•• • 


2 


Kurdhan 


••• 


6 


Mohania 






Puwar 


• •• 


2 


Dhiwar 


■ ■• 


5 


Malvi 


••• 


4 


Mudia 






Radit 


• • • 


2 


Dhiwalia 


• • • 


5 


Morawi 


••• 


3 


Nandclc 


• • • 




Kagho 


• • • 


5 


Doshya 


• •• 


5 


Morkam 


•«• 


3 


N anderia 


* • # 




Raja 


• • • 


2 


Gadada 


• • • 


5 


Maskola 


••• 


4 


Panar 






Bajput 


• •• 


2,7 


Gadedia 


•« • 


2 


Mawasi 


••• 


3,6 


Parathira 


• • • 




Balia 


• • • 


9 


Gadria 


••• 


2,5 


Mazi 


••• 


3 


Parsai 






Kanada 


• • • 


5 


Gawali 


• • • 


5 


Minshram 


••• 


3 


Paj-har 






Sao 


• •• 


2 


Ghanjar 


• • • 


5 


Xaik 


• •• 


4 


Rothor 


• • • 
tt A tt 




Kaotala 


• • • 


5 


Gujrathi 


•• « 


2 


Nikam 


>•• 


3 


Rol)andioath 


• • • 




Kathod 


• •• 


2,5 


Jauira 


•• • 


2,5 


Niti 


• •• 


3 


Rekwar 


tt • M 




Ratola 


• •• 


6 


Josia 


••• 


5 


Nun 


••• 


6 


Sania 






Bawadi 


• •• 


5 


Jussa 


••• 


5 


Padii 


••• 


3 


Selo 






Rawal 


• •• 


5 


Kadcha 


••■ 


2 


Pardhan 


• *• 


4 


Siniar 


• • • 




Rawat 


• •• 


2,5 


Kakria 


•• • 


5 


Parlotia 


• • • 


3 


Sisodia 


• •• 




Rogda 


• •< 


2 


Kalai 


••• 


2 


Parobi 


• . • 


6 


Solanki 






Boroda 


• •• 


5 


Kalao 


••• 


2 


Parsivor 


• • • 


4 


Soodia 


• • • 




Saflia 


• . • 


5 


Kalia 


• •• 


5 


Pa«an 


•• • 


3 


Tliakur 






Souxa 


• •• 


2 


Kancria 


• •• 


2 


Pathar 


••• 


3 


rhor 






iSamaoa 


• • • 


2 


Kaitoria 


••• 


2 


Pita 


••• 


3 


Turkia 






Hamlia 
Sangar 


• •• 

• • • 


5 

7 


Ehaodia 
Kharsarc 


••• 
••• 


5 
2 


Porhi 
Raj 


• • • 


4 
6 


Uniaria 


• •• 




Saptia 


• •• 


2 


Khed 


••• 


5 


Rajgond 


... 3,4,6,7 


Kol :— 156-.*^7— 




Sarlit 


• •• 


2,7 


Khcdkar 


••• 


5 


Rajtetam 


• • • 


5 


^b^»^^^ ^m\^ ^^ 


' 




Karuya 


• •• 


5 


Khersawal 


••• 


^" 


Rajuha 


• . . 


6 


A invar 


#• • 


3, 6 


Sartia 


• •• 


2 


Khidkia 


••• 


5 


Rojvaradi 


•■• 


5 


Baga 
Ba.ahe 




s 


Barao 


• •• 


2 


Kokra 


••• 


2 


Ranjia 


•• • 


G 




3 


Sastia 


• •• 


5 


Koli 


••• 


5 


Rathor 


• •• 


5 


Bhuti 


ft • S 


4 


Scmal 
Sheikh 


• •• 

• •• 


5 
2 


Koiti 
Kor 


•• • 
• • • 


5 
2 


Seheria 
Saiina 


•• • 


6 
3 


Jaisawar 
Jotia 


• • • 

• •• 


3 
3 


Siogada 
Sifita 


• • • 

• •• 


5 
2 


Koshia 
Lakhia 


•• • 


5 
5 


Sarlia 
Saur 


•• • 
••• 


3 

e 


Khangar 
Kobaraha 


• • • 

• •• 

• • • 


3 

3 


SiHodia 


• •• 


5,7 


Maldar 


•• • 


5 


fjondwani 


••• 


3 


Makrora 


9 A # 


3 


Siwaya 
Solanki 

^m a • 


• •• 

• •• 


5 
2 


Malta 
Malwi 


• • • 

• • • 


5 

2,7 


Tekiiia 
Uinroa 


•*• 
• • • 


3 
3 


Mawasi 

Mogwasi 

Paniar 

Raotal 

Raotia 


• • • 

# • 9 


3 
3 


Solia 


• •• 


5 


Manakar 


• •• 


2,7 










3 
3 
3 


Sotia 
Soyaka 


• • • 

• •• 


2 
5 


Mankar 
Marola 


• • • 

• • • 


7 • 

5 
2 


Kirar:- 

Adar 


-93,778 

• • • 


4 


• • • 

• • • 


Sumra 

mmm ^ 1 


• • • 


5 


Metar 


•« « 


5 


Ainia 


••• 


4 


Rotia 




5 


Tadola 
Tadwalia 

rvi f 


• . • 

• • • 


2,5 
2 


Metkar 
Mewadi 


• • • 


5 
2 


Amniar 
Bahheriya 


••• 

• 

• . • 


6 

4 


Sorwani 
Takri 


• • • 


3 
5 


Tadwi 
Tak 

m 1 * 


• * • 


5 


Kahatia 


• •• 


5 


Bailparia 


••• 


6 


Tadwi 


• • a 


4 


• . • 


5 


Nuluilia 


• . • 


5 


Baronia 


• • • 


1 


Tekma 




3 


Tarodia 

Tejiia 

Tehiia 

Thakra 

Thakarala 


• • • 


5 


Neinadi 


• . • 


9 


Chaurasia 


• . • 


4 


Thakuri 


• •• 


3 


• • . 


5 


Ninama 


• . . 


5 


Cliouthr^-a 


••• 


1 


Ujla 

IJrwai 

Vargaha 


• •■ 


4 


• • • 

• •• 

• « • 


5 
2 
5 


Osria 

Panaro 

Panod 


... 


2 
5 
5 


Chiirila 

Dadohar 

Daidar 




1 

1 
G 


• •• 

• •• 


3 
3 


Thakur 
Thawria 


• •* 


2,7 


Parch i a 


• • • 


2 


Dakar 


••• 


1 


Korku :— 


9,667— 




• • • 


5 


Parmar 


••• 


2 


Dangar 


•«« 


1 








1 odwa 

Tokria 

Tolka 

Udatia 

Ukhadia 

rahamia 

IJnaj 

Wadia 

Wagli.1 


• • • 


5 


Kajora 


••• 


5 


Dave 


•. ■ 


1 


Bachania 


• • • 


5 


• •• 

• • • 

• •• 

• • • 

• • • 

• • • 

• • • 

• •• 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2 
2,5 


SJM'rekar 

Singh a (J 

Somria 

Telia- 

Terniia 

Tismara 

Ilnup 

Wadko 


• • • 
• . • 

• * • 

« • • «j 

• . . 
... 

• • • 


o 

5 
5 

,5,7 
5 
5 
5 
5 


I>eswali 

Dhakar 

Dhankar 

Don das 

Gangolia 

Goriria 

Ghalri 

Gosonia 


• * • 
• . • 
••« 
••• 
•• • 

• • • 
• . • 


4 

1,4 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 
(> 


Bagel ia 

Bagri 

Basnia 

Bhuria 

Bhusaria 

Cliandel 

Chohan 

Diirift 


••• 
••• 
••• 

•• • 
••• 
••• 
••• 


5 

4 
5 
5 

5 

p» 

4,5 
5 
7 
4 


Waghania 
Walkia 


• •• 

• •• 


5 


Ycshia 
Yccilioria 


• • • 
••* 


5 
5 


Glneria 
Ikludi 


••• 


1 
1 


i~y lAi MOk 

Deshi 
Dosi 


••• 
••• 
••• 



N 



249 

Census of Central India, 1001. 

TRIBES AND SUB-TRIBES FOUND IN CENTRAL INDIA. 



ANIMIST. 



Korku— (Contd.) 



Mina— (Contd.) 



Doda 


••• 


6 


Gabel 


• kk 


5 


Gulkada 


••• 


6 


Gachhwada 


• •» 


4 


Gafil 


• •• 


5 


Jangli 


••• 


4 


Jalam 


• •• 


6 


Jarla 


• •• 


5 


Jeria 


• •• 


5 


Julia 


k«» 


6 


Jordia 


• •• 


5 


Malia 


• •• 


6 


Malwi 


• »» 


4 


Ma was! 


• •• 


7 


Mori 


• •• 


6 


Muhse 


• •• 


4 


Kasria 


»•• 


6 


Raj 


• •• 


7 


Rajput 


»•• 


7 


Rathor 


• •• 


4,5 


Sabna 


• •• 


6 


Salu 


• •• 


5 


Sela 


• •• 


5 


Thakur 


• •• 


2 


Kotwal 82,858— 




Aghaa 


••• 


3 


i^hirwar 


••• 


4 


Amarha 


• •ft 


6 


Bagorha 


• •• 


6 


Bedia 


• •• 


4 


Bhigwar 


• •• 


3 


Borevia 


• »• 


6 


Bormhar 


• •• 


4 


Bordad 


• •% 


5 


Chadan 


••« 


4 


Chakmia 


• •• 


4 


Chandel 


• •• 


4 


Chohan 


• •• 


4 


Dawala 


• •• 


3 


Dingore 


»•• 


5 


Emar 


• •• 


4 


Ghadia 


• •• 


4 


Giniyar 


—m 


4 


Godia 


• •• 


4 


Guruther 


• •• 


3 


Jaiwar 


• •• 


3 


Kachar 


• •• 


3 


Kalura 


• •• 


3 


Eart 


• •» 


4 


Kayacha 


• •• 


4 


Kherch 


»•» 


3 


Khudria 


• •• 


3 


Korivia 


• •• 


6 


Liloria 


»•• 


4 


Ma^ia 


• •• 


4 


Mukodia 


kk> 


6 


Makwuna 


• •• 


f 


Malwi 


• •• 


4 


Meliar 


• •• 


4 


Panblmra 


• •• 


3 


Parlmnia 


• •• 


6 


Patha 


«•* 


3 


Renda 


«•« 


6 


6iikai*\var 


' • •• 


4 


Sanoril 


• •• 


3 


Sektioria 


• •• 


4 


Soktahi 


• •• 


3 


Soktia 


%*> 


3 


S()i*e\vai 


*-•• 


3 


S<i«j;Ti 


• •• 


3 


Tekraa 


»•• 


3 


Wal 


• •• 


3 


\Viraha 


»'•• 


1' 


Mina: 


-98,216^ 




Al^ari 


••»• 


i 


Amdiwa 


••• 


4 


Ainra 


V** 


4 


Bagri 


«•• 


1 


Barai 


• •• 


1 


Barda 


«•« 


8 


Baria 


■»** 


1 


Bftvta 


• •-• 


8 


Bhaiiirasa 


• •• 


IS 


Bhankul 


• •^ 


1 


Bhaiawal 


■ •• 


5 


Bhatee 


• •• 


s 


Bhawal 


• •• 


2 



Bhawlia 

Bocha 

Boria 

Biiber 

Budia 

Chauhan 

Chiua 

Cliipa 

Choi 

Chokba 

Chosal 

Daber 

Dabir 

Dagaria 

Dayal 

Desmal 

Dewari 

Dhamar 

Dhangar 

Dudhar 

Farok 

Garama 

Garsa 

Gelot 

Gujar 

Gujarathi 

Jaipur! 

Jaola 

Jhatana 

Eabaka 

Kadhar 

Kakerwar 

Kamra 

Karl 

Katara 

Rati 

Kawara 

Kelwali 

Khandai 

Kharai 

Khasei 

Khel 

Korda 

Kote 

Koiiri 

Kuhar 

Kumla 

Kurwar 

Lunar 

Mahar 

Maila 

Malwi 

Mandry 

Marwadi 

Maa 

Mewadi 

Mhha 

Moria 

Mormata 

Morwasi 

Muraraat 

Nadniya 

NamraBa 

Nat 

Pacharia 

Pachwar 

Palia 

Paothwar 

Panimr 

Patidar 

Purbi 

Pathor 

Rawal 

Relol 

Rotal 

Sadal 

Sadoo 

Saiya 

Sawal 

Silawat 

Siloria 

Sieodia 

SolHuki 

Soodad 

Siisawat 

Tatn 

Thakuare 

Ujla 

Utcy 

Vaj 

Wakui 



8 
1 
8 
1 
1 

•.. 1,2, d&6 
1 
5 
6 
7 
7 
1 
5 
1 
5 

4, 2, 4» 5 & 8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
8 
2 
1 &7 

1 &4 
1 
4 
2 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
8 
8 
8 
5 
8 
8 
1 
1 
1 
5 

1&8 

I 

1 

5 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1, 2,4,7 & 8 
1 

• •• mi 

I 

6 
7 
7 
8 
5 
4 
5 
1 
I 
1&4 
1 & 5 

I 
6 

2 

1 

6& 8 
I&8 
8 
3 
5 
2 
8 
5 
4 
4 

2 &8 
5 
5 

IP 

a 
8 
1 
.. 1,4^8 
1 
1 
1 



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• •• 

• •• 
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• •• 
«•'• 

• 
••• 



Patlia :— i4,iiL 



••• 



Alnaria 

Aloria 

Alraooia 

Asadia 

Awaeia 

Babria 

Badi 

Badod 

Bag 

Bagda 

Bahida 

Bakher 

Bomuia 

Bandod 

Baocha 

Bapda 

Barguwa 

Baria 

Bnhra 

Bendi 

Beora 

Bhabar 

Bhadar 

Bhadtliarma 

Bhagat 

Bhagat 

Bhata 

B ha was 

Bbura 

Biiuria 

Chamkila 

Ghapa 

Chnrppta 

Chiwda 

Chogad 

( liongad 

Chopda 

Cliopli 

Chowhan 

Dabhhuri 

Dalcd 

Damar 

Danbi 

Dan^o 

Dania 

Dawar 

Deowada 

Deora 

Dewal 

Dhoond 

Dinder 

Dodwa 

Dndwada 

Enimia 

(ladia 

Gadan'a 

Gawar 

G«lor 

Ginawa 

Gohari 

Golari 

Cioyal 

Gujarathi 

Harsola 

Flatila 

Ilesina 

niha>e 

Hi8(»r 

Hoonatwari 

Hootwar 

Jadod 

Jamra 

Jarar 

Kawan 

Rhabria 

Khaniral 

Khania 

Kbarnia 

Kachhera 

Kaniwa 

Kanki 

Katara 

Khaoria 

Khaped 

Khara 

Khcdia 

Kbed 

Khota 

Kiradia 

Kisor 

Kocliar 



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2& 



5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
6 
6 
5 
6 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
li 
2 
i> 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 

6 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
2& 5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Patlia— (Contd.) 



Koheria 

Lawaya 

lAidi 

Lerdi 

Makwana 

Masania 

Media 

Mehania 

Moharia 

Mori 

Nabaya 

Nalwai 

Nalwar 

Nalwaea 

Nalwaya 

Nambria 

Nigwal 

Kiiiama 

Pabhuria 

Pftchaya 

Pad war 

Pal 

Palsia 

Palia 

Paria 

Parraar 

Pimia 

Raja 

Rajputs 

Ratliia 

Rathor 

Rawal 

Renda 

Sastia 

Sepad 

BolankI 

Solia 

8opra 

Suswad 

8nwa 

Tak 

Wagat 



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5 
6 
5 
5 

i 

6 
6 
5 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
2&6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 



Seheria :-44,153— 



Badna 

Bhell 

Chapria 

Cbancharia 

Deboria 

Deoklia 

Deoria 

De8i 

Dtdoria 

Gadia 

Garaya 

Gosh 

Gulpa 

Janira 

Jangli 

J aria 

Kachwara 

Kaltia 

Karandia 

Kataria 

Keora 

Kir 

Khacha 

Khadcon 

Kuiuaria 

Kuraria 

Kusania 

Malwi 

Meher 

Mchon 

Moinia 

i^arinar 

Ranat 

Rekwar 

Rewat 

Salki 

Sandria 

Satey 

Seharo 

Ser 

Sesodia 

Sodar 

Sonara 

Sondhia 

Tawaria 

Teria ' 



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