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Distribution of Landholdings in Rural India, 1953-54 to 1981-82-Implications for Land Reforms

 Implications for Land Reforms H R Sharma How has the concentration of land, both owned and operated, changed over time ? At what level of the landownership hierarchy has land concentration tended to become more pronounced as a consequence of the so-called agrarian reshuffle ? How have changes in distribution of landholdings benefited holdings at the bottom? These and other issues are examined in this article.

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