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Talukdar

In Nepal, a term for a tax collector.
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Muslim zamindars and taluqdars were bereft of such ideas.
The bigger Muslim taluqdars suffered more than their Hindu counterparts also because of families being divided, one branch migrating to Pakistan.
The Awadh taluqdars, accustomed to supporting themselves from the rental income of their estates, were greatly traumatised by zamindari abolition.
The first 10,000 HP notebooks were handed out by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Shri Akhilesh Yadav, at a ceremony held at Colvin Taluqdars' College in Lucknow on Monday.
No cameo-sized mugshots for them, as Abbas Ali had done for his album of Rajas and Taluqdars of Awadh.
The Indian Great Revolt also made the British realize how influential the taluqdars, or the landed gentry, were among their communities.
This was done by the abolition of the old "feudal" regime of zamindars and taluqdars and by the introduction of new tax settlements.