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Which of the following pair (land grant donated during the Maratha rule in Chhattisgarh and its meaning) is not correctly matched?
1. Mokasa - A village donated to the Brahmins.
2. Dharmaday - A village donated in the name of religion.
3. Devasthan - A village donated in the name of temple
4. Namnuk - A village donated to the Kamavisdar.

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Correct Answer - Option 4 : Namnuk - A village donated to the Kamavisdar.

The correct answer is Namnuk - A village donated to the Kamavisdar.

  • Namnuk is related to the village donated to the Brahmins.
  • A single plot or whole village is donated.
  • This land is tax-free.
  • The donated land is situated near irrigation facilities.

  • Mokasa is also related to the village donated to the Brahmins.
  • Dharmaday is related to a village donated in the name of Religion.
  • Devasthan is related to the village donated in the name of Temple. 

  • The rulers of the Bhosala dynasty ruled Chhattisgarh from 1741 to 1854.
  • They changed the governance system of Kalchuri Rulers and implemented many new administrative and political policies.
  • Vimbhaji Bhosle was the first Maratha ruler in Chhattisgarh.
  • The main source of income of the Bhonsle rulers was land tax.
  • The Bhonsle rulers implemented the Subedari System and Pargana System in the Chhattisgarh.
  • At this time, the administration was divided into two parts:
    • Khalsa region - This region was under the direct control of the Maratha rule.
    • Zamindari Area - Zamindars controlled these areas.

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