Synonyms for madhuka or Related words with madhuka

maralu              shodha              mahua              pazham              kafal              bhanta              cheera              dhava              bilwa              kaayi              khejra              karpoora              badam              bangarada              kumbhi              pachai              mullangi              navilu              champak              gulma              beeja              gedara              lakuri              ghara              karanji              kumkuma              masam              manthra              madilalli              dahara              aranya              kakharu              muniyana              budhi              makha              dudhi              manuh              kishkindha              pasupu              hennu              visha              kharka              anjeer              triputa              athara              muttina              garjan              khedi              dhaniya              mugila             

Examples of "madhuka"
Emergency taxes are described in the writings of Somadeva and were applied under extraordinary circumstances when even Brahmins and temples were not excluded. These were applicable when the kingdom was under duress, facing natural calamities, or preparing for war or overcoming its ravages. Fines were charged on socially or politically alienated villages, the term used being "Sadandadas aparadhah" or "Pratishisiddhaya". Since these taxes were uncommon, income to state from these sources was small overall. Income on government property included taxes on stray plots of cultivable land, forests, forest produce, waste lands, lands awaiting cultivation and specific trees such as sandal, Hirda, mango and Madhuka, even when these were found growing on private property. The kingdom did not lay claim to the entire land inside its territory. A record of the feudatory Vaidumba king from southern Deccan says the king had to purchase three veils of land from a local assembly in order to assign it to a temple in a village. Taxes on salt and minerals were mandatory, although the empire did not claim sole ownership of mines, implying that private mineral prospecting and the quarrying business may have been active. The term used for these taxes was "Sahadhyantara Siddhi". Treasures, even when discovered on private land, were included as taxable earnings as were the incomes and properties of persons who died without heirs. If there were no survivors in the family, the state claimed all the properties.