Mughal hsitory is a field that has facinated scholars and students of history for at least four hundred years. In particular, the study of the argarian set up has attracted many a scholar. In analysing the land rights of various classes in the Mughal age, the concept of village community, land revenue administration, the nature of zamindari and evolution of Taaluqdari system during the Mughal age, among other things, Prof. Grover examined the original contemporary source material in Persian, Urdu, Ottoman Turkish, regional languages and English.
About the Author :Miss Amrita Grover, sister of Late Professor B.R.Grover, is a distinguished historian in her own right. she is well versed with professor Grover`s writings as they always discussed and exchanged their historical views with each other, even from their student days.Dr. Anju Grover Chaudhary, neice of Professor Grover, journalist and historians, is also well versed with Professor Grover`s works. She is professor of journalism at Howard University, U.S.A Dr. J.C.Dua, reader, Department of History and TTM, Dyal Singh Evening College New Delhi, has had academic association with late Professor B.R.Grover since the IHC Session 1961..