A Study of Land Reforms in Tamil Nadu from 1947 To 1961

R.Robert Rits


In recent times there has been a renewed interest in relationships between redistribution, growth, and welfare. Land reforms in developing countries are often aimed at improving the poor’s access to land, although their effectiveness has often been hindered by political constraints on implementation. In this paper “A STUDY OF LAND REFORMS IN TAMIL NADU FROM 1947 TO 1961” is to highlight the land reform in Tamil Nadu. We argue that such land reforms have been associated with poverty reduction. Social relation based on greater equality emerged out. Independent India witnessed the peasant upliftment in a new phase.

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