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Economic History of Bengal (400 - 1200 AD)

Economic History of Bengal (400 - 1200 AD)
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  ECONOMIC HISTORY OF BENGAL   (o. 400 - 1200 A.D.) b yKAMRUMESA ISLAM thesis presented to the University   of London for the degree of   Doctor of PhilosophySchool of Oriental and African Studies 1966  ProQuest Number: 10731242  All rights reservedINFORMATION TO ALL USERS The quality of this reproduction is dependent upon the quality of the copy submitted.In the unlikely event that the author did not send a complete manuscript and there are missing pages, these will be noted. Also, if material had to be removed,a note will indicate the deletion. uest ProQuest 10731242Published by ProQuest LLC(2017). Copyright of the Dissertation is held by the Author. All rights reserved.This work is protected against unauthorized copying under Title 17, United States CodeMicroform Edition © ProQuest LLC.ProQuest LLC.789 East Eisenhower Parkway P.O. Box 1346  Ann Arbor, Ml 48106- 1346   ABSTRACTThis thesis is a systematic survey of the economic   history of Bengal (c.400-1200 A.D*) as far as it can he   re-constructed from available sources.In the introduction, we discuss the importance of the   study of economic history, especially in x'elation to ancient   Bengal, mentinn the works written on the subject so far,   and evaluate the sources used in our study.The first chapter deals with the geographical background    and the close relations between physical factors and the   economy of the country.The second chapter is sub-divided into two sections.    While the first deals with agriculture, the second gives a   short account of the fauna of Bengal.In ‘the third chapter we make a detailed study of the   land system. It is sub-divided into nine different sections   dealing with the following aspects of the land system:   a) land sale, b) land-grants, c) types of land, d) land    survey demarcation and boundary disputes, e) land measurement,   f) land tenure, g) price of land, h) demand for land, and e)   ownership of land.The fourth chapter is devoted to some of the crafts and    industries practised in our period.  The fifth chapter on trade and commerce contains two   sections - a) internal, and b) external trade.Our sixth chapter studies the revenue system and in   this connexion we analyse the different revenue terms found    in the land gpants and try to explain several on which there   is difference of opinion among scholars.The seventh and final chapter deals with the coinage   system, mainly from the economic point of view.   ACCTOWXiBDGEamPSI wish to acknowledge my deep gratitude to my supervisors   Professor A* L. Basham and Dr. J, G. De Casparis for their   constant guidance, kindness and encouragement in the preparation   of this thesis. I am indebted to my friends Dr. and Mrs* A.   Serajuddin, Dr. A. M. Chowdhury, Dr. S. Hussain and Mrs. L.   Gunawardana for their occasional help at various stages of my    work. My thanks are also due to the Library Staff of the School   of Oriental and African Studies for their assistance in locating   source books. And lastly, I am also grateful to my husband     without whose help and encouragement this work would not have    been possible. N.B. Some parts of this thesis contain a large number of   irritating and untidy corrections. This is due to the carelessness of a typist unfamiliar with writings on oriental   subjects and I apologise cm her and my own behalf.
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