Abandonment, 14, 28, 47– 49, 50– 52, 55, 67,
73– 74, 96, 120, 243
Abolition: and the amsh, 79– 80, 112, 180,
192– 95, 198, 209, 212, 218, 230, 236;
Indian evolution of, 9– 11, 80, 91, 110– 11,
114, 124, 134– 35, 140; institutions, 9, 20;
and the military, 12, 229; new abolition-
ists, 24; and the sitas, 95, 108, 143– 44,
151, 153, 164– 65, 167t; rescue work, 135;
and suppression, 2, 8, 10, 105, 107, 118;
of tolerated brothels, 75, 115, 130, 227;
versus regulationism, 192– 93
Agamben, G., 16, 26, 27, 48– 52, 73, 74
Agra, 155, 162, 205, 210, 219, 225
Ahmedabad, 17, 120
Allahabad, 162, 204, 210
Anderson, Reverend H., 152, 184, 193,
196, 218
Apparatuses: city, 13, 16, 55, 93; interna-
tional, 239, 242; regulatory, 9, 24, 29,
32– 33; state, 14, 16, 19, 43, 75, 85, 108, 116,
140, 223; theoretical, 4– 6, 35– 39,
98, 240– 43
Assam, 17, 144, 160, 164, 206, 207, 232
Assemblage: imperial, 19, 175, 177, 214;
international, 104; Raj, 16, 96, 116;
theoretical, 2, 4– 6, 32, 36– 38, 98,
240– 45; urban, 13, 108
Association for Moral and Social Hygiene
(amsh), 138, 140, 144, 148, 151, 161; all-
India campaigning, 129, 136, 169– 237,
241– 45; Delhi activity, 79, 80– 85, 87,
90– 92; pre- 1919 activities, 20– 21, 109– 12,
125– 27
Bangalore, 17, 189, 196, 203, 206, 219
Barda farosh/i, 86, 157, 158
Basra, 9
Benares, 157, 162, 200, 204, 205– 6, 210,
225
Bengal: laws and institutions of, 65, 87, 95,
122, 132, 144, 164; prostitution and traf-
fi cking within, 116, 205; province, 12, 17,
141, 146, 181, 198, 200– 202, 206, 218, 222;
sita (IV of 1933), 88, 92, 151– 54, 160,
167t, 179, 195, 212, 235
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