Encyclopædia Britannica

Encyclopædia Britannica

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The revenue in 1941 was Ap114, 400 (Rs. 25$ lacs). Kalat is the ... A miri or citadel, having an imposing appearance, dominates the town, and contains within its walls the palace of the khan. It was in an ... Recent surveys of Baluchistan have determined the position of Hozdar or Khozdar, the former capital (270 48a#39; Na€ž 66aquot; 38a#39; E.), to be about 50 mi. S. of Kalat. ... They belong to the Ahmadzai branch of the Mirwari clan, which originally emigrated from Oman to the Kolwa valley of Mekran.

Title:Encyclopædia Britannica
Author:Walter Yust
Publisher: - 1956


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