fields, and fields where crops are grown by sowing roots for seeds (múlavápáh, i.e., sugar-cane crops, etc.) come under sétu. Game-forests, timber-forests, and elephant-forests are forests. Cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, asses, camels, horses, and mules come under the head of herds.
Land and water ways are the roads of traffic. All these form the body of income (áyasaríram). Capital (múla), share (bhága), premia (vyáji), parigha (?) fixed taxes (klripta), premia
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