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2015-01-14T19:31:21+05:30
The Indian economy of the period 1000 to 1200 AD was also a predominantly agrarian. Majority of the people lived in a villages and earned their living through agriculture. The activities of giving land and bringing new land under cultivation continues as before. Literary sources mention the cultivation of 17 different type of grain in this period. Rice, Barley , Fruits , Sugarcanes, Wheat, Pulses, etc. were main food crop . Irrigation was done mainly through Persian wheel and ponds. Magadh and Kalinga were famous for rice and Kasmir for fruits.
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2015-01-18T10:26:02+05:30
The Indian economy of the period 1000 to 1200 AD was also a predominantly agrarian. Majority of the people lived in a villages and earned their living through agriculture. The activities of giving land and bringing new land under cultivation continues as before. Literary sources mention the cultivation of 17 different type of grain in this period. Rice, Barley , Fruits , Sugarcanes, Wheat, Pulses, etc. were main food crop . Irrigation was done mainly through Persian wheel and ponds. Magadh and Kalinga were famous for rice and Kasmir for fruits.
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