Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Analyzing Transformations in Land Ownership and Land Grants in Ancient India: A Historical Perspective
Jasmer Singh , Dr. Tabish Hashmi
The present research paper delves into the intricate dynamics of land ownership and land grants in Ancient India. It examines how the theoretical concept of land ownership and land grant systems evolved over time. Initially, private land ownership with rights of alienation was primarily of a religious nature, often enjoyed by the priestly class
landownership, land grants, private ownership, stratified society, social mobilization, epigraphy.
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