tanadar

tanadar

(ˈtɑːnədɑː)
n
(Commerce) history Indian a revenue official of the East India company
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Tanadar Dalili, 41, was on top of a comatose woman following a boozy dinner party when his partner found them together, a jury was told.
One such example was Afonso de Albuquerque's decision to delegate responsibility for local indigenous administration and tax collection on the island of Goa to a tanadar. Indigenous administrative structures and personnel were maintained.