chakdar

noun
chak·​dar | \(ˌ)chəkˈdär, ˈchək, d-\
plural -s

Definition of chakdar 

: a native land tenant of India intermediate in position between the proprietor and cultivator

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History and Etymology for chakdar

Panjabi cakdār, from cak tenure (from Sanskrit cakra) + Persian -dār having

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