Revenue free land grants in Mughal India: Awadh Region in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (1658-1765)

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Manohar, 2002 - Law - 147 pages
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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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