What problems did the shifting cultivators face under the british rule?

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The shifting cultivators faced the following problems under the british rule:

i) The british were uncomfortable with the groups which moved about and did not have a fixed home.

ii) They also wanted the tribals to settle down and become peasants and farmers.

iii) The british also wanted a regular revenue source for the state.So it introduced land settlements.

iv) Settled plough cultivation was not easy in the areas where water is scarce and the soil is dry. Infact,

  shifting cultivators who took to settled plough cultivation, suffered since their fields did not produce good 

    yields.  

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Tribal groups often needed to buy and sell in order to be able to get the goods that were not produce in the locality . So the tribals who came to see  the money lenders and traders . The shifting  cultivators often considered them as wrong outsiders and the cause the of their un happiness.
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The shifting cultivators faced the following problems under the british rule:

i) The british were uncomfortable with the groups which moved about and did not have a fixed home.

ii) They also wanted the tribals to settle down and become peasants and farmers.

iii) The british also wanted a regular revenue source for the state.So it introduced land settlements.

iv) Settled plough cultivation was not easy in the areas where water is scarce and the soil is dry. Infact,

? shifting cultivators who took to settled plough cultivation, suffered since their fields did not produce good yields
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