Memoirs on the History, Folk-Lore, and Distribution of the Races of the North Western Provinces of India; Being an Amplified Edition of the Original. Supplemental Glossary of India Terms by the Late Henry M. Elliot. Edited, Revised, and

Memoirs on the History, Folk-Lore, and Distribution of the Races of the North Western Provinces of India; Being an Amplified Edition of the Original. Supplemental Glossary of India Terms by the Late Henry M. Elliot. Edited, Revised, and

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...and placing the Karori entirely under his orders, established five per cent, on the collections as the amount of the Karori's allowance, and of this, one per cent, was subsequently deducted. The business of assessment and settlement was left entirely to the Amin--with that the Karori had no concern, but it was his business to encourage The lakabs or titles of honour of the six greatest Mughal Emperors are follows: --Babab A.d. 1526 jLt jMji HcMAYUN. AKBAR.... Jahanqir. 1530 1556 1605;L. Firdaus Makani. Jinnat Astani. 'Arsh Ashy&nf. Jinnat Mak&ni. Firdaus Ashyani. Khuld Makani. Shahjahan 1627 iVWT WJ Aurangzeb 1658 _ilC- JkLi. They are always mentioned after death by these titles in official and literary documents.--See J.A.S.B. Vol. XXXVII. Part I. p. 39.--B. Juib jjlju, aUicU cfyr J_p-t.J3 -; Jty "rJ1 J i b -VJJ _;JJ iXXi lij J..3-il _ s-ilU 0 jy&u jj i jj)&SU J j Jjuj JWLo Jj.r-jl "And as to the money which is still owing by the ryots from the forty-second year of his late majesty's reign, the Karori is charged to collect at every harvest five per cent, in excess of the present jama', according to assessment until the whole be collected; and the sums which were allowed to the ryots under the head of "takavi" in the past year are to be realised, together with the arrears of the said year, at the first audit. In case of negligence he will be held responsible, and let him beware of venturing to collect any sum on account of village expenses, or under any head prohibited by the government." "And according to the established rule the Karori may keep back one per cent, as his hakku'l tahsil (i.e. his fee or allowance for collecting) but must enter it in his accounts under the head...show more

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