A Glossary of Judicial and Revenue Terms; And of Useful Words Occurring in Official Documents Relating to the Administration of the Government of British India, from the Arabic, Persian, Hindustani, Sanskrit, Hindi, Bengali, Uriya,

A Glossary of Judicial and Revenue Terms; And of Useful Words Occurring in Official Documents Relating to the Administration of the Government of British India, from the Arabic, Persian, Hindustani, Sanskrit, Hindi, Bengali, Uriya,

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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. 1855 edition. Excerpt: ...certain ceremonies. Kuldcluira, S. &c. ('E'T'(, institute) Family usage or observance. K'ula'ch(ir_1/a, S. &c. A family priest, one who conducts the domestic ceremonies of a family: in Bengal, a person whose occupation it is to negociate marriages, as acquainted with the pedigrees of families. Kulajai, or Kulji, Beng. A family pedigree or genealogy. Kulakefka, Karn. Hereditary occupation. Kulalekhanam, S. &c. A family writing or record, especially a horoscope of different members of a family. Kulamaryedd, S. &c. (Rim, duty) Family duty, usage, or observance. Kua'.1'g, corruptly, Coolaruggee, Mar. (QEIUI) By family, by families or households severally: used chiefly in composition; as, Kuldrgpaiji, a cess or tax per families: also, collectively, the proprietors or possessors of rights and properties in a village, the matan-dcirs: it is also applied to a village occupied by families holding direct of goVernment. Kulzirgwdr, Mar. ( $'(l''qT'() According to, or with, families paying revenue direct, an assessment, &c. Kulghaziqti, corruptly, K oolg-unnee, Mar. (W) A record kept by the village accountant of the proceedings of each cultivator for the past year, shewing the extent and value of his lands, the portion actually cultivated, the revenue assessed, and all circumstances connected with his holding in connexion with the government demands: it forms the basis of the Ryotwer annual settlement. Kulgutta, (?) Tel. Lands let to different castes at a lov rent.--Ceded districts. Lands let to learned Brahmans at a low rent.--Ceded districts. Kulkaria, (?) Karn. Chief or head of a tribe or caste. I 'u_l2'., Mar. (15%)) A family, a tribe, but seldom used except when speaking of the..."show more

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