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    The present work is a critical and comprehensive survey of the land revenue administratio in the Birbhum District of Bengal in the early phase of British ‘colonial’ rule. Since the Esat India Company’s accession to the Diwani of Bengal in 1765, the Company’s main aim was to collect as much land as possible from the province. But the alien rulers had no experience of their own . In oreder to achieve the purpose a series of experiments were made by the early colonozers in the revenue administration of the province of Bengal. In effect, various changes took place in the region. In this wider general background, the author has made an in-depth study of the growthfo the British administrative set-up linked to the land revenue system of Birbhum, a Bengal district. The repercussion on agrarian society owing to varios cjahnges in the field have also been adequately examined.Besides, the different forms of land holding and the zamindari administration have been described in detail . This adequately and exclusive study of the subject proper has not come out before.

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    Author Manas Kumar Santra
    Binding Hardcover
    EAN 9788185616247
    Format Import
    ISBN 8185616248
    Label Sharada Prakashan
    Manufacturer Sharada Prakashan
    NumberOfPages 328
    ProductGroup Book
    ProductTypeName ABIS_BOOK
    PublicationDate 1998-07
    Publisher Sharada Prakashan
    Studio Sharada Prakashan
    Title Land Revenue Administration in Bengal Under Early British Rule: 1765-1820