In return he asked the chosen farmers to improve the farming, provide security for that village and make the village prosperous and pay the kingdom on fixed cash base (BANDHI AVAK).This way the tradition of giving part of the crop to the kingdom was abolished and a permanent propriety of the land was granted.
Fifty percent of the crops were collected in payment from each farmer leaving them extremely poor.The people that came from the village Leava became known as LEAVA KANBI and those that came from the village KARAD became KARADVA KANBI. The Kadva Kanbi settled in the Northern part of started to prosper.As time went by, the kings and the kingdoms changed and so did the portions of the crops given to the kings.Land equivalent to about one GAM (village) was granted to each family and the Kanbi people settled on this land.The Kanbis being hard workers managed to cultivate the land with great benefits.
15 to 18 generations is a lot of history to trace and I can imagine this can be tricky even where records are in existence - I am sure you will be familiar with the BBC TV series on the subject "Who do you think you are? To my knowledge, and please excuse me if I am ignorant in these things, our family and the kanbi community is not noted for its record keeping.