The District Gazetteer Faizabad 1905.
Imperial Gazetteer of India.
The Gazetteer of Maharashtra.
Reported by local Gazetteers.
Gazetteers of Indian States.
Bengal District Gazetteer.
A, C and D are law reports and others are Gazetteers.
The Gazetteers and Acts of Government of India too deserve special mention.
The Gazetteer estimates that Tipu destroyed around eight thousand temples in South India.
The Gazetteer of Maharashtra, published in 1885, also recalls the battle as the“defence of Koregaon”.
The census was termed Socio-Economic Survey of 1968 and
the results were published in the Gazetteer of Kerala, 1971.
Data from the state Sugar Commissionerate and Gazetteers show that cane was cultivated on 40,000
hectares in Kolhapur in 1971-72.
The 1905“District Gazetteer” of Faizabad states,“Up to this time(1855),
both the Hindus and Muslims used to worship in the same building.
For, the verdict itself says that it has
relied upon“hearsay” accounts of colonial travelogues and Gazetteers, especially Tiffenthaler's(in 1786) and Montgomery Martin's(in 1838).
The second is a set of literary and official documents,
including the accounts of European travelers and British Gazetteers, relating to the disputed site since the 18th century.
According to local Gazetteer entries two celebrated ceramicists and brothers,
Zhang Shengyi(章生一) and Zhang Shenger(章生二), worked at the main Dayao kilns The Longquan Prefecture Gazetteer(龍泉省志) perceived that their celadon reached jade-like perfection.
Uttar Pradesh district Gazetteers, Volume 24 gives an account of Phatak
Ahirs as-"The Phatak Ahirs who lived along the borders of the Yamuna in Mainpuri district gave Sher Shah Suri much trouble and finally later had to send a huge force consisting of 12000 horses to crush them.