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The Agrarian System Of Moslem India

Digital Library Of India

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Subject:

Agriculture

Subclass:

Agriculture (General)

Subject Era:

Aurangzeb 1658–1707

Author:

Moreland, W. H.

Volume:

Edition:

Year:

1929

Publisher and Place:

Digital Library Of India

Languages:

English

ISBN 10|13:

ISBN-10 : 1108028284 ISBN-13 : 978-1108028288

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-25006

Description

The Agrarian System Of Moslem India Is In The Nature Of A Historical Essay On The Revenue Policy Of The Muslim Sultans And Emperors.Since The 13th Century An Appreciable Contact Had Been Established Between The Hindu And Islamic Agrarian Systems. The Main Subject Of Study Is An Examination Of The Methods By Which The State?s Share Of The Farmer?s Produce Was Assessed And Collected And Of The Arrangements Under Which Portions Of Produce Were Alienated In Favour Of The Intermediaries.


Like many British authors of books about India before independence, William Harrison Moreland (1868–1938) had worked as a civil servant in the subcontinent. He spent twenty-five years in the North-West Provinces, and for twelve years he was Director of Land Records and Agriculture. He was committed to improving the agricultural system of the region, and even established an agricultural college in Kanpur. After he retired, he decided to examine old land and revenue records, resulting in this work, which was published in 1929. Starting in the thirteenth century, the book gives a historical context to the changing land use and revenue practices in India. Moreland also examines the role of religious law and the influence of successive regimes and rulers on the development of agrarian practices as well as on the lives and work of India's peasantry.

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