. How was the mahalwari system different from the Permanent Settlement
Differences between Mahalwari System and Permanent Settlement are given below:
|Mahalwari System||Permanent Settlement|
|Holt Mackenzie devised it, and it came into effect in 1822||Permanent Settlement was brought by Lord Cornwallis in 1793|
|The epicentre of the system was a village||There was no such epicentre|
|Villages were called 'Mahal'||-|
|The estimated revenue of each plot within a village was added up to calculate the revenue that each village (mahal) had to pay||The revenue was fixed that each zamindar had to pay to the company|
|The revenue was to be revised periodically||Revenue was fixed|
|The charge to collect the revenue was on the village headman||The charge to collect the revenue was on the village zamindar (rajas/taluqdars)|
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