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A Study on the Management of Waste Assets with Special Reference to the Waste Lands in the Select Temples of Tamil Nadu
The management of waste assets is one of the important functions of any business organisation. The maintenance of temples has been rested with the responsible persons who have had religious and god faith. The value of assets is getting multiplied over a period of time owing to the change of value of money. As far as the land of the temple is concerned, the temples hold a huge size of land and that too irrigated lands which are suitable for cultivation. Knowingly or unknowingly these lands are leased to the local cultivators with an agreement that the tenants have to contribute a fixed quantity of yield to the temples every year. In those days the cultivators offered their contribution to the temples without fail. When days are gone by, the cultivators miserably failed to contribute their offerings to the temples. As a result the temples are unable to meet out their day to day needs for maintenance and worship.
Waste Assets, Temple Land, Unused Land, Land Management.
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