This book attempts to reignite the debate and discussion on the agricultural reforms and brings back the land redistribution issue to the center stage. The book brings out the evolution and evaluation of landholding structure and reviews India’s land reforms with a special reference to Karnataka. In contrast to the mainstream dominated by neoliberal thought, the author of this book chose to look at the forgotten but highly relevant land reforms, which are still unpaid attention. This study collects the empirical data from the Yadgir and Kalaburagi districts of the Hyderabad-Karnataka region. This monograph provides exciting insights into the implementation of land reforms in the Hyderabad Karnataka Region and the impact of land distribution on the lives and livelihood of Dalits and Adivasis. This study not only points out the problem of land reforms but attempts to give policy suggestions for eradication of the irregularities in the land distribution to landless people .The book will provide useful and insightful information regarding the land reforms. Hence, it is helpful to the students, scholars, educationists, economists and social activists on land reforms in the Kalyan Karnataka Region as well as those who are keenly interested in the further study of land reforms policy. The present book is a voice of the voiceless farmers especially the subaltern section of the society, which needs to be heard of their voice. The book discusses the possibility of addressing these irregularities through more active democratic practice. However, this book examines and explores the prospects and problems of land reforms policy in India in general and Karnataka in particular.