Book Description

Author's signed inscription on fep. reads: "to P. G. Braye Esq., C. I. E., I. C. S., with best compliments from N. P. Hirurkar Amraoti 21.10.1944". Also. tipped in on fep. is a typed message, also signed by the author, which reads: "Purely with the object that I should be remembered, wherever you go, as yours sincerely, N. G. Hirurkar, Amraoti 21st Oct. 1944". The Land Revenue System was introduced by the Britishers during their colonisation period before the independence of India. Land revenue was one of the major sources of income for Britishers in India. There were broadly three types of land revenue policies in existence during the British rule in India. This comprehensive & detailed guide to the laws, rules, forms & also the case studies quoted provide interesting historical evidence of the administration of the Land Revenue Tax in what was then regarded as British India.
Dealer Notes
First Edition; Large Octavo; Black titles spine & front; Previous owner's name & address in ink inside front cover; Includes contents; errata page; bibliography & general index.
Author Hirurkar, N. P.
Date 1944
Binding Hardcover (Original Mauve/Purple Cloth)
Publisher privately published; Amraoti(Amravati), India
Condition Good Condition (no Dust Jacket)
Pages 563

Price: £30.00

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