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Catalouge of Khalsa Darbar Records

Description The volume III of the Khalsa Darbar Records pertaining to the Maharaja Ranjit Singh's rule contains government records dealing with the Revenue Rolls, Jagirs (Endowment) Records, and Toshakhana (Treasury) Records. It is divided into three parts. A detailed catalogue enlisting the heading of each document is preceded by a brief description about the documents lying in each bundle. The brief introductory description narrates the outstanding features of the documents. In this way, this catalogue contains valid, authentic information about these three segments of Khalsa Darbar's Administration. It is a valuable document for researchers of Sikh history.[edit]
Keywords Maliyat, Awarcha (Receipts and disbursements), Taujihat (Adjustment of Accounts) Tahwildar, Fasil-a-Kharif, Fasil-a-Rabi, Roznamcha, Jagirat, Toshakhana, Baj Singh, Misri Khan, Desa Singh Majithia, Suba Lahore, Amla, Toshakhana, Raja Hira Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001015
Script Roman
Language English
Custodian Kurukshetra University
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         326
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