Water Resource Management: Riparian Conflicts, Feudal Chiefs and Hyderabad State (1901-1956)

By: Y Vaikuntham

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Hyderabad state, before the Independence of India, covered an area of 82,698 sq. miles, with 16 districts was an extensive plateau with an average elevation of about 1,250 feet above sea level. It was divided between two equally great trappean regions, corresponding to the geological and ethnological aspects of the state, which divided the region, viz., the Godavari and Manjira, separating as they do the Maratha race from the Telugu and Kanarese people of the south, the region of trappean rocks of the north and west from the granite and limestone region of the south and east; and the land of wheat and cotton from the land of rice and tanks. Printed Pages: 286

Title: Water Resource Management: Riparian Conflicts, Feudal Chiefs and Hyderabad State (1901-1956)

Author Name: Y Vaikuntham

Categories: India, History,

Publisher: New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors: 2013

ISBN: 8173048347

ISBN 13: 9788173048340

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 1200723

Keywords: Water Resource Management: Riparian Conflicts, Feudal Chiefs and Hyderabad State (1901-1956) Y Vaikuntham