Permanent Settlement in Bengal
Permanent settlement was introduced in 1793 by Lord Cornwallis and covered around one fifth of British territory in India, including Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, parts of Northern Karnataka, Varanasi and some other areas. With the permanent settlement, the auctioning of land (Izaredar system in Bengal) came to at an end.
Salient Features of Permanent Settlement
The previous experiment of Izaredar s…
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Document: GS-III:Land Revenue, Land Reforms & Land Related Issues
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