Definitions for jaghir
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A village or district in India ruled over by a jaghirdar (mayor)
Origin: From جاگیر.
a village or district the government and revenues of which are assigned to some person, usually in consideration of some service to be rendered, esp. the maintenance of troops
Origin: [Per. jgr.]
A jaghir was a governance bestowed on Indian regional governors by their emperors. The jaghir composed of a smaller district within the empire, and was managed by the regional governor, or Jaghirdar.
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revenue from land or the produce of it, assigned in India by the Government to an individual as a reward for some special service.
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