International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 13, Part I (2015)
Naya Kashmir, land reforms and colonialism in Jammu and Kashmir, a study of national conference and its implications on the identity of state
This article dealing with studying the state of the economic division and disparity associated with the state of Jammu and Kashmir during the most two regressive and the oppressive rules of the time, Firstly by the Britishers and then under the dogra regime of the Hindu rulers. The paper is associated with the findings on how the minority population of the state viz. Hindus ruled over their fellow subjects i.e., Muslims and controlled whole of the state for a long time and became in possession of such large land holdings. Besides this, the article is associated with the land reforms system, land distribution management and thereby giving valuable information in terms of the land distribution system of the state and how land reform movement of the state revolutionized the state economy and how it brought it into new look and who was responsible for transforming the State’s feudal system into Agragarian one.
How to cite this article:
Nasir Ahmad Ganaie. Naya Kashmir, land reforms and colonialism in Jammu and Kashmir, a study of national conference and its implications on the identity of state. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(13):565-569.