Chakla (administrative division)
Chakla (Persian: چکلہ) was a district level administrative division in Indian subcontinent during Mughal period. The chakla system was in practice at least at Bengal and Awadh provinces. Chakla was the major administrative division in a province, subah. It was further subdivided into Parganas; each Pargana was consisting of several villages.
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