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Harsh Mantri from KURVEYS NEW MODEL PUBLIC SCHOOL , asked a question
Subject: Social Science , asked on 7/8/15

what is mahalwari system?

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Sujatha ,Meritnation Expert added an answer
Answered on 7/8/15
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meetthakkar , added an answer
Answered on 25/8/09

It is modiefied system of zamindari system.mahal means village or an estate

wildwest , added an answer
Answered on 25/8/09

it was introduce by british in agriculture.the amount of land revenue was received preodically so that so goverment could revise it.

Abhiram Patil , From Delhi Public School,jodhpur , added an answer
Answered on 25/8/09

Collectors went from village to village, inspecting the land, measuring the fields, and recording the customs and rights of different groups.The revenue that was calculated was paid by village(Mahal).It was rather given to the village headman than giving it to zamindar.

Ishika Isha , From St. Karen's High School , added an answer
Answered on 15/8/12

mahalwari system , one of the three main revenue systems of land tenure in British India, the other two being the zamindar (landlord) and the ryotwari (individual cultivator). The word mahalwari is derived from the Hindi mahal, meaning a house or, by extension, a district.

For revenue purposes the name was applied to any compact area containing one or more villages, which were called “estates.” The revenue settlement was made with the estate—hence the term mahalwari—and there were distinct types of assessment. If a zamindar held the whole estate, the settlement was with him; otherwise, payment was exacted from individual cultivators.

Gauri , From The Millennium School - Kurukshetra , added an answer
Answered on 7/8/15
It was the approximate revenue of each plot was put together for the entire village to pay.It was not permanent but it periodically revised.Village headman colllected revenue.Collectors went to each village to measure fields and record the rights and privileges of different social groups.
Nitika Raj , From Bal Bharati Public School , added an answer
Answered on 7/8/15
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