INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
and two dispensaries; changed the name of his estate to Kila Partabgarh, 1889; established a number of Co-operative societies for the benefit of his tenants; married five times; one of his wives, “Bari Rani” is a poetess and an accomplished scholar. Address: Fort Partabgarh, U.P., India.
Paptab Bahadur Singh, Raja, C.I.E., (1904); Talukdar of Kila Partabgarh; Member of the Legislative Council, United Provinces. Address: Kila Partabgarh, U.P., India.
Partab Singh, Hon’ble Sardar Athluwala, C.S.I., (1909); Honorary Magistrate, Jullaundar, and Member of the Punjab Legislative Council; Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1910. Address: Jullaundar, Punjab, India.
Parthasarathi Iyengar, Mandayam Anantha Pillai, Rao Bahadur, (1911); B.A., B.L., Head Cashier, Bank of Madras; b. 1867; s. of late Rao Bahadur M. Singarachariar, Head Cashier, Bank of Madras; belongs to a respectable family of Mysore; descended from Pradhan Thrimala Rao who rendered valuable service to the British during the Mahomaden usurpation of Mysore; educ: Anglo-Vernacular (now Hindu) High School, Triplicane, and the Presidency College, Madras; passed B.A., 1888; B.L., 1891; practiced at the Madras Bar, 1895; joined the Bank of Madras as Head Cashier, 1899; Member, Managing Committee of the Hindu High School, Triplicane, and Secretary, S.P.C.A., Madras; Address: “Singara Bagh”, Poonamallee Road, Egmore, Madras, India.
Partbasarathi Iyengar, Mandayam Osuri, M.A., M.L., Diwan Bahadur (1907), District and Sessions Judge (retired); b. 1857; passed B.A., 1877; B.L., 1879; enrolled as Vakil, 1884; afterwards Advocate of the Madras High Court; Acting Chief Judge, Court of Small Causes, 1896; and Judge, 1905; Member, Madras Law College Council, 3rd Judge Court of Small Causes, Madras, 1896; Judge, City Civil Court, Madras; District and Sessions ' Judge, 1906; retired, 1913; Secretary, Committee of Management, Hindu High School, Triplicane; Fellow, Madras University, resumed practice at the Bar, 1913. Address: Triplicane, Madras, India. Club: Cosmopolitan.
Parthasarathi Mudaliar, Vellore Arjura, Rao Sahib (1900), retired Extra Assistant Conservator of Forests; b. 1855; educ: Madras; entered Government service in the Forest department; rose to the position of Extra Assistant Conservator; retired, 1911; Member, Madras Corporation . Trustee of the Pachaiyappa Mudaliar Purasawakam Annathana Samajam, and of Chengalvaraya Naiker’s Charities. Address: Vepery, Madras, India.Patri, Dasai of; Shri Surajmalji, Meherban Muflisan Sadagat Va Eklas Nisan Durbar Sahib; b. 1848; succeeded his brother, 1884; the estate is a 4th class one in the Kathiawar Agency; area of the estate, 165 sq. miles; population 15,000; revenue, 1½ lakhs; the Chief traces his history to a date long prior to the Christian era; the State entered into the