Definition of Zamindari. Meaning of Zamindari. Synonyms of Zamindari

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Definition of Zamindari

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.]

Meaning of Zamindari from wikipedia

- India, the permanent settlement consolidated what became known as the zamindari system. The British rewarded supportive zamindars by recognizing them...
- Manda (Hindi: मांडा) was a zamindari, with lands located near Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, in northern India. The predecessor state of Manikpur was founded...
- Zamindaris were established in the Madras Presidency by the government of the British East India Company starting from 1799 onwards. These settlements...
- District, Bangladesh. It is the palace of the Zamindars, the Baliati Zamindari who ruled over a large area. The Baliati Jamindar Bari is located at 23°59′43″N...
- India Company Pl****ey 1857 rebellion British Raj Railways Economy Army Zamindari Bengali Renaissance Political reforms Princely states Partition of Bengal...
- Rajoli Zamindari Estate was a non-salute princely state with its seat at Rajoli, Maharashtra. The Zamindari Estate of Rajoli was founded in 1775-76 by...
- notable for ancient Kalidindi Zamindari clan and a mud fort. Mogalturru is best known for the ancient Kalidindi Zamindari clan and a mud fort connected...
- Karatia Zamindari was a zamidari family based in Tangail, Bangladesh. The Keratia Zamindari was founded in the early 1600s by Bayazid Khan Panni of the...
- the Second Polegar War; it survived into the 19th century as a zamindari. The zamindari originally had an area of more than 90 sq. m., and included four...
- company rule was the Permanent Settlement, which established the feudal zamindari system. A number of famines, including the great Bengal famine of 1770...
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