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    ANIL MAHESHWARI
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Maheshwari, also spelled Maheshvari, is a Hindu caste of India, originally from what is now the state of Rajasthan

Maheshwari, also spelled Maheshvari, is a Hindu caste of India, originally from what is now the state of Rajasthan. Their traditional occupation is that of commerce and as such they form part of the wider Bania occupation-based community that also includes castes such as the Khandelwals, Oswals and Agrawals.

AGRARIAN CLASSES IN BRITISH INDIA Zamindars and Moneylenders evolved as the new strata of the rural agrarian social structure. The creation of new classes of Zamindars provided a social support to the British without whom they could not manage India. The zamindars, perceived as the Indian equivalent to the British nobility, had existed from the post-Mauryan times and got a boost in the British period. Agrarian classes in british india.

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Water in British India can be discussed in three overlapping but discrete. Irrigation in British India sought to stand Whitcombe’s claims on its head. and varied operational aspects of these water structures and situating them. clusters of concerns. The first and most substantially engaged debates have. in their regional and ecological setting, Dying Wisdom also sought to advance. a larger historical claim; that traditional water harvesting systems in India.

L Aleksandrov, A Maheshwari, JR Sack. Determining approximate shortest paths on weighted polyhedral surfaces. L Aleksandrov, A Maheshwari, JR Sack. Proceedings of the thirty-second annual ACM symposium on Theory of computin. 2000. Journal of the ACM (JACM) 52 (1), 25-53, 2005.

With this background of agrarian structure, let us now analyse agrarian relations

With this background of agrarian structure, let us now analyse agrarian relations. The relations may be classified as (a) those which are defined and enforced by law, (b) which are customary, and (c) which are of fluctuating character. If we analyze class structure in rural India in post-independence period, we find four classes: the three classes in the agricultural field are of land­ owners, tenants, and labourers, while the fourth class is of non-agriculturists According to . Desai (1959), landowners constitute about 22 per cent, tenants about 27 per cent, agricultural labourers about 31 per cent.

Fellow Geological Society India.

Recipient silver medal University Rajasthan, 1978, letter of appreciation Government Rajasthan, 1985, Boyscast award Government of India, 1994; South-South fellow TWAS, Italy, 1993. Fellow Geological Society India.

This volume is the third in the series of the Collected Works of (Late) Professor B R Grover. It is an attempt to present before the readers the writings of Professor . Grover on agrarian problems from ancient to pre-British India.

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