Economic conditions of Tehran villages at Naseri age
M. Naseri Raad, R. Rahmani, M. Hekmati
Department of History, Takestan branch, Islamic Azad University, Takestan, Iran
*Corresponding author: Rahmanireza76@yahoo.com. Tel +98-910-2911161
Abstract: At Naseri age lands were managed by king, lordships, debt or farmers, and the ownership of lands was the authority of government or one person individually or several person. Ownership of some lands was indeterminate. At the last of Ghajar age appropriative lands converted to individual lands. At this age employee’s salary, local cost and salary of garrison persons were prepared by the taxes that province governor took from people. Irrigation of lands was done by drilling connected well in an imitation of European. In this work we discussed that by all reforms in agriculture and so on, was there any improvement in cultural, agricultural and other conditions? And what was the reason?
[M. Naseri Raad, R. Rahmani, M. Hekmati. Economic conditions of Tehran villages at Naseri age. Life Sci J2013;10(1):924-928]. (ISSN: 1097-8135). http://www.lifesciencesite.com. 4
Keywords: Naseri age, Devotions, Land ownership, Famine