HistoryMatch the following.Matrix:                     Column I                   Column IIa)    Subedar                   (i) A revenue farmerb)    Faujdar                   (ii) A band of Sikh warriors.c)    Ijaradar                   (iii) Mughal military commanderd)    Misl                        (iv) Mughal governor of a province

Match the following.

Matrix:

                     Column I                   Column II

a)    Subedar                   (i) A revenue farmer

b)    Faujdar                   (ii) A band of Sikh warriors.

c)    Ijaradar                   (iii) Mughal military commander

d)    Misl                        (iv) Mughal governor of a province

  1. A
    a-iv, b-iii, c-i, d-ii
  2. B
    a-i, b-ii, c-iii, d-iv
  3. C
    a-iii, b-iv, c-i, d-ii
  4. D
    a-ii, b-iii, c-iv, d-i 

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    Solution:

    Subedar:
    Provinces, or "subas," made up the Mughal empire. Governors or Subedars were in charge of the provinces or Subhas.
    Faujdar:
    The term "faujdar" has pre-Mughal origins. It was an office under the Mughals that merged the duties of a military commander with those of the judiciary and land revenue.
    Ijaradar:
    The state accepted a fixed payment from the income farmers known as Ijaradars.
    Misl:
    The Sikh Confederacy first emerged in the Punjab region in the 18th century, in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. These twelve independent republics were known as the misls.
     
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