In India, ? – 19th century,
Ṭaká, also, but ? if correctly, Ták, corruptly, Tukka, Mar. ( ) a land measure, varying in different places : it is sometimes considered equal to a Cháwar = 24 Rukas, or 120 square bíghás: according to a different statement it is a seventy-second part of a Cháwar, and to another it is any division of a Cháwar into equal parts, as a half a fourth, a twentieth, &c. : others make it 4 bíghás, others again 48 bíghás : in Kamaon it is half a bísi.
H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 501.
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