The Trade of the Central Provinces of India (1861-1880)

  title={The Trade of the Central Provinces of India (1861-1880)},
  author={N. Benjamin},
  journal={Indian Economic And Social History Review},
  pages={505 - 515}
  • N. Benjamin
  • Published 1 October 1978
  • Economics
  • Indian Economic And Social History Review
In this note, an attempt has been made to describe the trade of the Central Provinces, formed in 1861, during 1861-80. Central Provinces consisted of the districts of Balaghat, Betul, Bhandara, Bilaspur, Chanda (now Chandrapur), Chhindwara, Damoh, Hoshangabad, Jabalpur, Mandla, Nagpur, Narsimhapur, Nimar, Raipur, Sambalpur, Sagar, Seoni and Wardha. Besides, there were some feudatory states. Section I deals with the commerical classes. Trade routes and means of transportation are described in… 
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