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After the Zamindari Abolition Act, misusing the 'land to the tiller' rule, new zamindars were born as there was no prescribed ceiling limit of the land.
He criticized the zamindari system based on the Permanent Settlement introduced by the government, praising the ryotwari system of land tenure based on peasant ownership that provided him with all his needs.
The senior party leader advised the Prime Minister to study history and learn that it was the Congress who abolished the 'zamindari system'.
The migration flow stopped by 1940s when the tea gardens stopped expanding and the land management system underwent major transformation after the abolition of tribal zamindari system in the 1950s.
Yet British neglect of the region's traditional tank irrigation caused a breakdown in the traditional patron-client relationships between zamindari (tax middle-men) and the local populace.
Then this road struck to north of Dacca through the Bhowal Zamindari to Sherpur Atiya; this road led to shahzadpur across the Karetya (Mymen singh district) ultimately end on Bogra.
(36) Firoj High Sirwar, "A Comparative Study of Zamindari, Raiyatwari and Mahalwari Land Revenue Settlements: The Colonial Mechanisms of Surplus Extraction in 19th Century British India," Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2:4 (2012) 16-26; Thomas Metcalf, The Ideologies of the Raj: The New Cambridge History of India, V0I.4 (Cambridge, 1994), esp.
It is a very old zamindari. It came into being in the beginning of the 15th century.
Irrigation Department to furnish Certificate that all Zamindari Bunds have been removed.
In the early years of our republic, we were very clearly in the first camp: the Hindu Code laws and the zamindari abolition demonstrated our early leaders as representatives who made decisions for an Indian public that, if polled, would probably oppose the moves.
In 1698 the Company had obtained from the Mogul Emperor, the Zamindari right over three villages, namely Sutanati, Kolkata, and Govinpur which in due course were to grow into the city of Calcutta that later became the capital not only of the Bengal Presidency but also of British India until 1905, and now its official name is Kolkata, the capital of the state/province of Paschim Bangla, i.e., West Bengal in India.
Kachchatheevu was part of the zamindari of Raja of Ramnad; when zamindari was abolished it became a part of Madras Presidency.