Sanad

Sanad (सनद) was an official commission or a warrant or a grant. This was usually a sealed paper that authorised the ‘sanad-holder’ to certain rights. A sanad was granted by an imperial authority, usually to collect taxes and mantain and develop allocated land.

More information:

Wikipedia | Zamindar | History

The Royal Ark | India | Glossary

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