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Early Orissa: An Epirgraphical Study of Land System from CIR. 350 A.D. to 1110 A.D.

 
Jagdish Mishra (Author)
Synopsis In historical research economic history particularly land aspect is rarely touched by the scholars. ‘Early Orissa-An epigraphical study of Land System from CIR. 350 A.D. to 1110 A.D.’ deals with the salient aspects of land to give an insight into the process on which land came to be valued in human life. This book has made an attempt to throws light on land ownership, tenures, land revenues, measurement and agriculture in ancient time. The additional features of the book are that is provides a peep into the land sale, legislations and land and agriculture as revealed by epigraphical place names. The book will serve the requirements of all- students, teachers and researchers.
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About the author

Jagdish Mishra

Dr. Jagdish Mishra, the author of this book has been teaching history at Trust fund college, Bargarh, Orissa since 1991. He was born in 1968. He passed his B.A. (Hons.) in 1998 and M.A. (History) in 1990 and was awarded gold medals for both by Sambalpur university. He completed his M.Phil in 1993. He was awarded Ph.D. by Sambalpur University in 2003 on the thesis entitled, ‘LAND SYSTEM IN ORISSA – an epigraphical study (from CIR. 350 A.D. to 1110 A.D.)’. He has contributed a number of both research and popular articles to journals and magazines and participated in seminars and conferences.

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Title Early Orissa: An Epirgraphical Study of Land System from CIR. 350 A.D. to 1110 A.D.
Format Hardcover
Date published: 21.07.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176467723, 9788176467728
length xvi+154p., Maps; References; Index; 28cm.