Revenue free land grants in Mughal India: Awadh Region in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (1658-1765)
In Mughal India The Practice Of Revenue Free Land Grants Was Widespread. The Nature And Method Of Assignment Of These Grants Were Given A Definite Shape And A Separate Department Was Established To Look After This Work. This Study Of That Important Mughal Institution Unfolds Many Interesting Information And Details Which Will Help In Appreciating The Impact Of This System On The Socio-Religious And Political Life Of That Era.
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Policy and Assignments
Procedure and Nature of MadadiMaash Grants
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Abdul administration Agrarian System Akbar Akbar's reign Allahabad Doc Amethi assigned land assigned madad-i-maash assignment of madad-i-maash Aurangzeb Aurangzeb's reign Awadh Bibi bighas 11 bighas bighas bighas bighas bighas of madad-i-maash Bilgram Brahmans cent confirmed cultivated land dargahs Delhi District Gazetteer emperor English trans Fakhrpur Firangi Mahal Gorakhpur grant holders grantees H.R. Nevill heirs Hindu i-maash holders Ibid illegal Irfan Habib jagir Jahangir Khairabad khanqah lands in pargana large number M.A. Ansari maash lands madad madad-i madad-i-maash grants madad-i-maash holders madad-i-maash lands madrasas Mallawan medieval India Mughal period Muhammad Arif Mulla Muslim Muslim zamindars Muzaffar Alam nawab non-Muslim officials pargana Hisampur pargana Sandila PIHC Rajput religious renewal revenue free land Saadat Khan sadr Sadrpur Safdarjang Sailak sajjada nashin sarkar Bahraich sarkar Khairabad sarkar Lucknow sayurghal Sayyid Sayyid Ahmed Shah Shaikh Shaikhzadas shrines Shuja-ud-Daula Singh Srivastava suba suba of Awadh Sufi total jama villages zamindars