Zemindari


Zemindari
Zemindary em"in*da*ry, Zemindari em"in*da*ri, n. Same as {Zamindary}. [1913 Webster]

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  • zemindari — Zamindary am in*da*ry, Zamindari am in*da*ri, n. The jurisdiction of a zamindar; the land possessed by a zamindar. [Written also {zemindary}, {zemindari}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • zemindari — variant of zamindari * * * zemˈindari or zemˈindary noun 1. (also zamˈindari or zamˈindary) the jurisdiction of a zemindar 2. The system of land tenure and taxation involving zemindars • • • Main Entry: ↑zemindar …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bardhaman Raj — (also known as Burdwan Raj) flourished from 1657 to 1955 – for almost 300 years, first under the Mughals and then under the British. Eminent historians brush them aside as revenue collectors and petty zemindars. Technically, that is so. They… …   Wikipedia

  • Bobbili — Infobox Indian Jurisdiction native name = Bobbili | type = city | latd = 18.5667 | longd = 83.3667 locator position = right | state name = Andhra Pradesh district = Vizianagaram leader title = MLA leader name = Sujay Krishna Rangarao, Ravu… …   Wikipedia

  • Zamindari — Zamindary am in*da*ry, Zamindari am in*da*ri, n. The jurisdiction of a zamindar; the land possessed by a zamindar. [Written also {zemindary}, {zemindari}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Zamindary — am in*da*ry, Zamindari am in*da*ri, n. The jurisdiction of a zamindar; the land possessed by a zamindar. [Written also {zemindary}, {zemindari}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • zemindary — Zamindary am in*da*ry, Zamindari am in*da*ri, n. The jurisdiction of a zamindar; the land possessed by a zamindar. [Written also {zemindary}, {zemindari}.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Zemindary — em in*da*ry, Zemindari em in*da*ri, n. Same as {Zamindary}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Kalikata — ( bn. কলিকাতা) was one of the three villages which were merged to form the city of Kolkata (formerly, Calcutta) in India. The other two villages were Gobindapur and Sutanuti. Job Charnock, an administrator with the British East India Company is… …   Wikipedia

  • Gobindapur, India — Gobindapur ( bn. গোবিন্দপুর) was one of the three villages which were merged to form the city of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) in India. The other two villages were Kalikata and Sutanuti. Job Charnock, an administrator with the British East India… …   Wikipedia


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