What were the two main land reforms undertaken in India?

The two main land reforms undertaken in India are as foUows :
(i) Abolition of Intermediaries - The idea behind this move was that ownership would give incentives to the tillers to make improvements in agricultural output. Almost 200 lakh tenants came into direct contact with the government and were freed from exploitation.
(ii) Consolidation of Land Holdings - As scattered and fragmented agricultural land is unproductive, the farmer is given one big piece of land in lieu of small and fragmented fields