High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Village is the smallest
territorial, administrative and social unit in Bangladesh, standing
in contrast with a mahalla or ward of a town. The term is here
interchangeable with that of mouza, the lowest revenue collection
unit for the government. A mouza contains the whole land for land
tax, while a village denotes settlement sites and human settlement
of a mouza. In this sense, a particular mouza could contain more
than one village. In the great cycles of empires in South Asia two
institutions are noticed existing throughout its history until
recent times, emperor on the top and village at the bottom.
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