Prelims 308

In medieval India, ‘muqaddams’ and ‘khuts’ are used in context of:
A.
Commercial agent
B.
Decrees issued by the King
C.
Military officers
D.
Village headmen and landlords
Explanation :
Muqaddams referred to village headmen and khuts were smaller landlord who enjoyed a high standard of life than ordinary peasants during Sultanate period

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