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Land revenue administration under the Mughals, 1700-1750

Noman Ahmad Siddiqi

Land revenue administration under the Mughals, 1700-1750

by Noman Ahmad Siddiqi

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Published by MunshiramManoharial in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Real property law -- Law and legisllation -- India -- Mogul Empire.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNoman Ahmad Siddiqi.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination182p. ;
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15310130M
    ISBN 108121504775
    OCLC/WorldCa643693362

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    India in Stages in the expansion of British power to Systems of land revenue settlement The Indian sub (Wiesbaden ofIndials SocialLife and Economic Conditions in the Eighteenth Century () (Calcutta, ), N.A. Siddiqi, Land Revenue Administration under the Mughals () (Bombay, ), , 71 5/5(1). Nobility and urban elite under Delhi sultanate and Mughals, 3. Ruling class status of Hindus under Delhi sultunate. Dasgupta, Ashin, Indian Merchants and the Decline of Surat, c, (Delhi, Manohar, ). The British Land Revenue Administration: The .

    He also pointed out that they could not exist in territories under the direct control of the Mughal state.6 However, according to him, Bengal was an exception to this practice. 7 After him, Parmatma Saran in his work, Provincial Government of the Mughals , has highlighted the position and role of the chieftains in the Mughal Empire by. The State and Economy under the Marathas: The land systems, peasants and artisans; agrarian taxation, extraction of tribute and the role of deshmukhs; character of revenue assignments. Mughal State in Transition (): Different explanations of the Mughal decline; role of the.


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