Gazetteer for the Haidarabad Assigned Districts, Comminly Called Berar

Gazetteer for the Haidarabad Assigned Districts, Comminly Called Berar

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ...ghats to beyond Ajanta, and then prolonged southward until it touches the Godavari, it will mark roughly the subah's western limit; while its eastern boundary sweeps in almost all the districts now called Wardha and Baitlil, With part of Chanda. But much of this eastern country was only nominally subject to the Moghals. The author of the Ain-i-Akbari confesses that the Emperor had not then subdued the forts of Ramgarh and Manikdurg in the sout-h-east; and he says that many parganas on both sides the Wardha are in the hands of independent zamindars. This was in the fortieth year of Akbar's reign, or in A.D. 1596. A table is here given to show the old subah according to its sarkzirs, or interior circles, and its dis-memberment by recent changes: --about L600. about 1720. PA'YANorlA"r. Gfiwil................ Gawil.......... Haidarabzid Assigned Districts. Ponzir.............-.-Poner.......... Wardha District, Central Provinces. Kherla............. Kherla.......... Baitiil and Vardha Districts, Central Provinces. Narnzila.............. Narnzila........ Haidarabed Assigned Districts. Kalam................ Kalam.......... H aidarebed Assigned Districts, Wardha In 172OBerar had become one of the six subahs of the Dakhan, and its southern frontier had receded. The old sarkzirs of Telingana, Ram-garh, and Mfinikdurg, have at this date disappeared from the list. Mahlir, Sce the map: . History. Nizi'im's Sovereignty. Bfisim, and Pfithri are its southernmost divisions, but we find a new sarkar in Dcogarh, or the northern part of Nagpur Province, which had how been reduced, as tributary at least, by Aurangzeb's generals. After Aurangzeb's death the trans-Wardha country must have revolted. Raghoji...show more

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  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 249g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236905334
  • 9781236905338