शजरा

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शजरा भारत और पाकिस्तान में किसी गाँव के ऐसे नक़्शे को कहते हैं जिसका प्रयोग उस गाँव के खेतों या अन्य ज़मीन की पट्टीयों का कानूनी तौर पर स्वामित्व बताने के लिए और प्रशासनिक कार्यों के लिए होता है। गाँव का शजरा पूरे गाँव को ज़मीन की पट्टीयों में बांटता है और हर पट्टी को अपना अलग नंबर देता है।[1][2] गाँव का पटवारी हर पट्टी के लिए एक ख़सरा भी रखता है जिसमें लिखा होता है कि उस पट्टी का मालिक कौन है और उसपर कौनसी फसलें उगाई जाती हैं।[3][4]

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  1. The West Pakistan land revenue act, 1967, and West Pakistan land revenue rules, 1968: with provincial amendments, Muhammad Iqbal Khan Mokal, West Pakistan, Law Publishing Co., 1973, ... The village map showing the position and boundaries of every field is known as Shajra Kishtwar ...
  2. Report of the National Commission on Agriculture, 1976: Agrarian reforms, National Commission on Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Government of India, 1977, ... contents of record of rights in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Union Territory of Delhi are as below: (i) a preliminary proceeding; (ii) a field map (Shajra Kishtwar); (iii) an index of field numbers ...
  3. The Land Systems of British India: Being a Manual of the Land-tenures and of the Systems of Land-revenue Administration Prevalent in the Several Provinces, Baden Henry Baden-Powell, Clarendon Press, 1892, ...The shajra or village map ... The khasra, or index register to the map. It is a list showing, by numbers, all the fields and their areas, measurement, who owns and what cultivators he employs, what crops, what sort of soil, what trees are on the land ... From this khasra a 'khatauni', or abstract of fields held by each person, is made out ...
  4. The Central Administration of the East India Company 1773-1834, Bankey Bihari Misra, Manchester University Press, 1959, ... The preparation of a detailed field map called Shajra in which the fields were numbered. The patwari was then to register all the field numbers in a corresponding field book called khasra which also contained the name of the proprietor ...