A) It implied that a mansabadar holding this rank has to maintain and was paid for double the quota of troopers indicated by his Sawar rank
B) It implied that mansabdar holding this rank to maintain and was paid for half to Quota of troopers indicated by his sawar rank.
C) It implied that mansabaar holding this rank had to maintain and was paid for half the quota of troopers indicated by his sawar rank
D) None of the above
Correct Answer: A
Solution :[a] The term du-aspah sih-aspah literally means trooper with two or three horses. Under this system, selected nobles could be allowed to maintain a large quota of soldiers, without making any change in their Jat rank. It implied that a mansabdar or noble holding du-aspah sih-aspah rank had to maintain double the quota of troopers indicated by his sawar rank. They were paid accordingly.
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