Kotwal was a title used in in medieval India for the Leader of a Kot or Fort. Kotwals often controlled the fort of a minor town or an area of smaller towns on behalf of another ruler. It was similar in function to a British India Zaildar. From Mughal times the title was given to the local ruler of a large town and the surrounding area. However, the title is also used for leaders in small villages as well. Kotwal has also been translated as Chief Police Officer.
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