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Trends in Land Relations-A Note

A Note Pranab Bardhan Any paper on the Indian agrarian structure must start with a disclaimer. In a country with such diverse social and economic institutions and widely divergent patterns of change in different areas it is nearly impossible to generalise. In fact for a student of land institutions in India it is too easy to be lost in a bewildering mass of diversities.

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