Talati Bharti New Update 2019 Khaali Jagya Vishe Maahiti Maangavto Letter - ABP NEWS 247

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Talati Bharti New Update 2019 Khaali Jagya Vishe Maahiti Maangavto Letter

Talati Bharti New Update 2019 Khaali Jagya Vishe Maahiti Maangavto Letter

Talati Bharti New Update 2019 Khaali Jagya Vishe Maahiti Maangavto Letter

Talati Bharti New Update 2019 Khaali Jagya Vishe Maahiti Maangavto Letter
Talati Bharti New Update 2019 Khaali Jagya Vishe Maahiti Maangavto Letter

Talati is a word in the Gujarati and Marathi languages of India. It is used to denote the office of the Talati in rural parts of the Indian states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Karnataka. The office and its holder are both called Talatis. Bearers of the office have adapted this as their family last name. The duties of a Talati include maintaining crop and land records (record of rights) of the village, collection of tax revenue, collection of irrigation dues. The post of the Talati replaced that of the Kulkarni which no longer exists in Gujarat and Maharashtra.

The duties of a talati are performed in other states of India under a different title, for example the talati is called a Patwari in Telangana.  Originally a land holding clerk, the talati is now a government appointed paid official. A Patil (Patel in the state of Gujarat) is from outside the village and assists the Talati in collecting revenue. It has been alleged that the records maintained by the talati do not reflect the actual position on the ground because the talati did not take into account the tribal custom of using the name of the adult male member of the family for land possession.


Amongst the administration, the talati has the closest connection with the village people. The talati is generally in charge of a group of villages called a saza and they are required to reside in that saza unless they get approval from the Collector to reside outside of the saza. However the majority of the talatis were found to be in violation of this rule. The talati belongs to the Brahmin caste in most cases and is generally looked up to in the villages because of being a representative of the government.

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