2 edition of Colonization in the Rechna Doab found in the catalog.
Colonization in the Rechna Doab
|Statement||by Deva Singh ; with a foreword by Sir G. F. deMontmorency.|
|Series||Punjab Government Record Office Publications ; monograph no. 7|
|LC Classifications||HD879.P8 D35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, ii, 67, xiv p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||74190728|
The Rechna Doab (“land between two rivers”) is the interfluvial sedimentary basin of the Chenab and Ravi rivers in Pakistan. It is one of the oldest, agriculturally richest and most intensively populated irrigated areas of Punjab by: Doab (dō`ăb), term applied in India to a tract of land between two converging Doab, unqualified by the names of any rivers, designates the tract in Uttar Pradesh state between the Ganges and Yamuna rivers, extending from the Shiwalik Range to the rivers' confluence at Allahabad.
Fazilda Nabeel’s profile on The Conversation. Ms. Fazilda Nabeel is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of Sussex (UK) and currently working with the Centre for . Baddun and Barwala Castes of Punjab. However, they form an important element of the population of the upper Rechna Doab. On account of their lifestyles, they also suffered persecution at the hands of the British colonial regimes, particularly the Punjab Land Alienation Act, which restricted land ownership to certain communities.
Posts about Goraya Jatt history written by newpakhistory. In this post, I will look at the Goraya, a large Jat caste that is found mainly in the Rechna Doaba, in particular a region called the Gujranwala Goraya were a largely pastoralist tribe, common with many Jats in the region. A comprehensive questionnaire was designed, and farmers were interviewed in a cotton-wheat area (Samundri-site I), a mixed crop area (Chiniot-site II), and a rice-wheat area (Hafizabad-site III) in Rechna Doab, Punjab, Pakistan.
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Irrigation System Contribution to Recharge Potential: Contribution of irrigation conveyance system components to the recharge potential in Rechna Doab under lined and unlined options by Muhammad Arshad (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting. In this study an Agricultural Water Availability Index was developed for Rechna doab, Pakistan. This index was used to evaluate the present Colonization in the Rechna Doab book future agricultural water availability. Moreover this study also demonstrates the use of remote sensing to determine the soil moisture content on 2/5(1).
Reclamation by tubewell drainage in Rechna DoaÌ⁴b and adjacent areas, Punjab region, Pakistan. [Reston, Virginia]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
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The book covers three major issues: public security; the changes in the urban environment, and the reorientation of the economies. Most articles search for comparisons transcending the colonial and national borders and adopt a time frame extending from the late colonial period to the early decades of independence in Asia and Africa (ss).
Rechnavi commonly known as Jatki or Jangli is the main dialect of Punjabi widely spoken in Rechna Doab. MONOGRAPH No. 12 THE BUILDING OF THE JAMMU AN D KASHMIR STATE BEING THE ACHIEVEMENT OF MAHARAJA GULAB SINGH BY ARJUN NATH SAPRU, M.A.
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Drawing upon theory and concepts from agricultural development, institutional, and resource economics, this book expands and formalizes the conceptual foundations of CSA. Canal Colony Doab District Tract Period of colonization Type of land grantees/grants Sidhnai Canal Sidhnai Bari Doab Multan B Self-cultivators, Rich peasants Lower Sohag Para Canal Sohag Para Bari Doab Montgomery B Self-cultivators, Rich peasants Upper Bari Doab Canal Chunian Bari Doab Lahore C Peasants,File Size: 1MB.
The fate of the First Nations peoples of Van Diemens Land is one of the most infamous chapters in Australian history. The men, women and children exiled to Flinders Island in the s and 40s have often been written about, but never allowed to speak for themselves.
This book aims to change that. VARIABILITY IN WATER USE, CROP WATER PRODUCTIVITY AND PROFITABILITY OF RICE AND WHEAT IN RECHNA DOAB, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN M. Usman, I. Kazmi*, T.
Khaliq**, A. Ahmad**, M. Saleem** and A. Shabbir Department of Irrigation and Drainage, ** Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad *KPK Agriculture University, Peshawar Corresponding author’s. Climate of Rechna Doab is characterized by large seasonal fluctuations of air temperature and rainfall.
Climate of Rechna Doab is characterized by extremely hot in summers and mild in winters. The summers are long and hot, lasting from April through September, with maximum air temperature ranging from 21°C to 49°C. Winter lasts. Doab (English: / ˈ d oʊ ɑː b /) is a term used in South Asia for the "tongue," or tract of land lying between two converging, or confluent, rivers.
It is similar to an interfluve. In the Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary, R. McGregor defines it as "(Persian do-āb: a region lying between and reaching to the confluence of two rivers (especially that between the Ganges and Yamuna)."Country: South Asia.
Montgomery District was an administrative district of the former Punjab Province of British India, in what is now after Sir Robert Montgomery, it lay in the Bari Doab, or the tract between the Sutlej and the Ravi rivers, extending also across the Ravi into the Rechna Doab, which lies between the Ravi and the administrative headquarters was the town of Montgomery.
The Punjab Canal Colonies is the name given to parts of western Punjab which were brought under cultivation through the construction of canals and agricultural colonisation during the British n andnine canal colonies were created in the inter-fluvial tracts east of the Beas and Sutlej and west of the Jhelum rivers.
The Punjab underwent an agricultural revolution as arid. Doaba also known as Bist Doab, is the region of Punjab, India that lies between the Beas River and the Sutlej River. People of this region are given the demonym "Doabia".
The dialect of Punjabi spoken in Doaba is called "Doabi". The term "Doaba" or "Doab" is derived from Persian "دو آب" (do āb "two water") meaning "land of two rivers".
The river Sutlej separates Doaba from the Malwa. the plain is feet in the north, near Sialkot in Rechna Doab, while the lowest elevation is feet in the south near Panjnad. monotony of the flat surface is broken by a few prominent hills near Shah Kot, Sangla Hill, Chiniot and Sargodha.
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