Temples of irrigation and land management

From the 9th century to the 16th century, south Indian kingdoms did not have irrigation or public works departments. Temples were given the job of constructing and managing irrigation channels, which they devotee endowments.

 
By Amit Mitra
Last Updated: Sunday 07 June 2015

Temples of irrigation and land management

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