Land transfer, social change and political stability in the Punjab, 1849-1901
Before the advent of the British, over-all political control vested in the Lahore Government. Rural society was dominated by those whose position ultimately derived from this Government, i.e., by assignees of revenue, revenue-farmers, local officials, rural notables and village headmen. The British greatly augmented the power of the State; they brought more peace and order to the country-side; and they relinquished control over the development of rural society by destroying or...[Show more]
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