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The Mughal Administration, Six Lectures: Mughal Administration; Ig20, Six Lectures (Classic Reprint)
Paqes Taxation of land ... .. ... 52 65 ladian peasants reluctant to pay revenue, 52 reasons, 52 the ryot how treated, 53 ahwahs or exactions condemned by Emperors, 54 but levied by lower officials, 54i anecdote of Shah Jahan, 55 doings of an extortionate diwan, 66 Sadullah fl censure of revenue collectors, 56 why revenue officials levied perquisites, 67...
Paqes Taxation of land ... .. ... 52 65 ladian peasants reluctant to pay revenue, 52 reasons, 52 the ryot how treated, 53 ahwahs or exactions condemned by Emperors, 54 but levied by lower officials, 54i anecdote of Shah Jahan, 55 doings of an extortionate diwan, 66 Sadullah fl censure of revenue collectors, 56 why revenue officials levied perquisites, 67 Jcroris duties, 58 amin, 59 qanungo, 60 ahwahs classified, 60 descrit -ed in detail, 61. LECTURE VL MooHAL Rule its achievements and failure , 66- 76 Mughal rule gave India administrative union and homogeneity, 66 but no nationality, 66 Muslim gifts: history, 66 contact with the outer world, 67 monotheistic Hindu sects, 63 Sufi brotherhood, 68 social maimers of N. India I slamised, 69- architecture and art, 69 strength of the Muslim position in I ndia, 70 Muharamadan settlers I ndianised, 70 disruptive forces in State, 71 decline of the aristocracy, 72 people make no progress, 73 causes of deterioration of Indian Muhammadans, 73 weakness of all oriental monarchies, 74 the lessOD s. of Indian history, 75. Z. means Britith Museum Persian MS. Or. 1641 ;D. means India Office Library MS. Pers. 370; Mirat means Mirai-i-A hm:idi, Bombay litho. ed.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text. Read books online for free at www.forgottenbooks.org
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