Feudal Lords

Some articles on feudal, feudal lords, lord:

Dabra, Rajasthan - Historical Background
... the Jat Kisans carried out prolonged agitations against the feudal oppression form 1922 to 1930, 1930 to 1938 and from 1938 to 1947 ... The feudal lords grudgingly yielded and some concessions were wrested from them ... “Begar” under which the Jat Kisan had to render free services by way of these feudal lords ...
Indian Feudalism - Telangana
... The rebellion against feudal lords, known as Vetti Chakiri Udhyamam, from 1946 to 1951 in Telangana region called as Telangana Rebellion illustrates the feudal society in the region ... The feudal lords use to reside in high fortress called as Gadi, for entering it they leave their footwear at the threshold of the gadi ... oppressed was “Banchen Dora nee Kalmoktha (will touch your feet my lord) ...
Farmers of Marwar
... the Jat Kisans carried out prolonged agitations against the feudal oppression form 1922 to 1930, 1930 to 1938 and from 1938 to 1947 ... The feudal lords grudgingly yielded and some concessions were wrested from them ... Jat Kisan had to render free services by way of these feudal lords ...
Aschbach, Rhineland-Palatinate - History - Middle Ages
... In the 9th century, likely not long before 870, the noble lord Hererich was enfeoffed with the Eßweiler Tal and shortly before his death, he bequeathed it to Prüm Abbey ... After this time, the only feudal lords named are the fourteen who exercised special rights in the Eßweiler Tal and who were entitled to draw a share of ... Obviously the feudal lords kept different administrative seats ...
Hungary–Slovakia Relations - Language Laws - Minorities in Hungary
... was described as producing opium, sold by the feudal lords ... nationalism was used to make people think the feudal lords were defending them from conquest and national assimilation, a death in spirit ... Territorial changes were just replacing exploiter feudal lords ...

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