The governer prefomed both civil & military funtions . they received their salaries generally assignment of land ,called jagirs.......the governer only had rights to the revenue of their assignments......... they collected it through their servants.OR in simple revenue assignment under akbar .
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A jagir was technically a feudal life estate, as the grant lawfully reverted to the monarch upon the feudal superior's death. However, in practice, jagirs became hereditary by primogeniture. The recipient of the jagir (termed a jagirdar) was the de facto ruler of the territory and was able to earn income from tax revenues and had magisterial authority . The jagirdar would typically reside at the capital to serve as a Minister, typically appearing twice a day before the monarch.
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