Acknowledgements. Key to transliteration.
Introduction/Lyle Wachovsky. 1.
The Agra Legacy. 3.
The Gwalior-Agra Legacy. 4.
The Jaipur-Atrauli Legacy. 5.
The Kairana Legacy. 6.
The Patiala Legacy. Annexure: An introduction to Khayala.
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Rural change after independence: a case study of a village in Tiruchirapalli district. 8.
Conclusion. Appendices: 1.
The proportion of agricultural labourers in fifty villages surveyed by Barnard. 2.
Change in paddy yield per acre in Tamilnadu: a consideration of statistics. Glossary.
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