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Title      : BHI- 22 History of India and Culture -1526 - 1857 A.D.
Subject      : History
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 24/271
Total Price      : Rs.      : 197
 
 
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Survey of Sources- India on the Eve of Babur's Invasion Total views (327)  
The establishment of the Mughal empire in India inaugurated a new epoch in the history of India. The Imperial Mughals ruled from 1526 to 1707 A.D, and they constitutes a glorious era in the annals of Medieval Indian History. Sources are available in abundance for the study of Mughals. They are in the form of Biographies, Chronicles. Travelogues, Foreign accounts.
Pages: 12
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Establishment of Mughal Empire-Babur -Humayun Total views (320)  
Babur was succeeded by his son Humayun. Humayun, like his father, was not a great warrior he had to fight against the Afghan leader that was Sher sha. Sher Shah was a good warrior, he was successful in defeating Humayun in the battle of Kanauj (1540). Humayun left India and was in exile for about 15 years and ultimately succeeded in recapturing the Delhi throne and reinstate the Mughal empire by ......
Pages: 13
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Emergence of Sur Dynasty Sher Sha and his Reforms Total views (312)  
Sher Shah by overthrowing the Mughal emperor Humayun, became the ruler of Hindustan in 1540 A.D. He founded the second Afghan Dynasty known as Sur Dynasty which ruled Hindustan over a period of 15 years, E.B. Havell rightly remarked that Sher Sha showed brilliant capacity as an organiser, both in military and civil affairs. Sher Shah ruled only for five years (1540-1545).
Pages: 13
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Akbar - Conquests and Consolidation of the Empire - Religious Policy - Revenue Reforms Total views (325)  
Akbar the Great was one of the greatest rulers of Indian history. He was became a hero whose memories is immortalized as a great king in the hearts of the people of India. It has been rightly stated that "he possessed that broad-minded sympathy, that capacity to trust and to evoke trust that generous confidence in a Joyal people, which enabled him to weld together a great and durable empire out of ......
Pages: 13
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Jahangir - Shahjahan- Aurangzeb Major Policies (Administrative and Religious) Total views (313)  
The reign of Shah Jahan which lasted for over thirty years from 1627-1658 A.D., was a period of peace and prosperity. In the history of the Mughals the period of Shahjahan's rule has been described as Golden Age. Akbar and Jahangir had bequeathed to ShahJahan a well knit prosperous and the best administered empire of Asia.
Pages: 16
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Decline and Disintegration of Mughal Empire Total views (313)  
There has been a great deal of debate about the responsibility of Aurangzeb in the downfall of the Mughal empire. It virtually collapsed and began to disintegrate in less than two decades after his death. According to some historians Aurangzeb strove manfully to stem the forces of disintegration represented by the Hindus and tried to rally the Muslims for the defence of empire.
Pages: 8
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Principles of Government-Character of The Mughal State-Policy and Administration-Mansabdari System Total views (313)  
The period from 1526 to 1707 A.D. during which the Mughals gradually established their authority over nearly the whole of India formed the brightest Chapter in the history of Muslim rule in India. As Dr. R.C. Majumdar rightly observes, "The Mughal rule is distinguished by the establishment of the stable Government with an efficient system of administration, a very high development of architecture ......
Pages: 15
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Social Life - Aristocracy - Governing- Class Merchants-Artisans and Peasantry-Slaves-status of Women Total views (318)  
The society and culture during the Mughal Age was not radically different from the culture of the preceding ages. The Indian culture in all ages has been basically the same. The differences we notice at different periods are those of detail and not of the essence.
Pages: 12
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Economy - Agriculture - Industries - Growth of New Towns and Cities - Trade and Commerce Science and Technology Total views (322)  
India's economy during the Mughal period was manly agricultural. More than 75% of the people were directly or indirectly connected with land. The country "full of men" and "full of products" were divided info villages which were surrounded by cultivable fields, pasture lands and forests.
Pages: 14
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Culture during the Mughal Empire - Development of Literature and Fine Arts Total views (321)  
The Mughal age produced rich treasure of literature. Emperors like Babur, Humayun and Jahangir not only encouraged literature, but they themselves were great literary personalities. Emperors like Akbar and Shahjahan, who were themselves not great authors, were however great patrons of literature.
Pages: 12
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Development of Art an Architecture Under the Great Mughals Total views (314)  
The art and architecture made great progress during the Mughal period. The Indo-Islamic architecture was evolved as a result of the synthesis of the Hindu and Islamic architecture. The chief characteristics of the Mughal architecture were massive and extensive buildings, bulbous graceful Domes, tall minarets, pillars, open - courtyards, huge walls, Gold and silver plating and minute carvings.
Pages: 14
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Sufism- Influence on Indian Culture Total views (315)  
Sufism was born in the bosom of Islam in Arabia. It was introduced in India during the time of Delhi Sultans. Saint Al Huji was the first sufi saint who propogated Sufism in India. Because of his preachings Sufism became popular in Lahore. Shiekh Salim Chisti, Sheikh Ismail, kwaja Moinuddin Chisti, Sheikh Baha-ud-din Jakariya, Sheikh Nijamu-ud-din Aulia, Baba farid were the other sufi saints who p ......
Pages: 10
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The Rise of Marathas -Factors Contributing for the Growth of Marathas Total views (326)  
The rise of Maratha confederacy was a significant event in the history of India. Under the leadership of Shivaji the people of Maharastra were united politically and culturally. The spirit of nationalism was high as also development in the fields of economy, society, sperituality, and language and literature. The seventeenth century of India is a landmark with the rise of the Marathas.
Pages: 9
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Shivaji - Military Achievements Consolidation of Maratha Power Total views (321)  
Shivaji was a great Empire builder and a Statesman in the History of India. The rise of Maratha confederacy was a significant event which has been achieved under the leadership of Shivaji. Shivaji aimed to create an independent kingdom of is own right from the beginning of his career. In no case he was prepared to accept service under Shahi Sultans of Deccan.
Pages: 15
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Maratha Administration Under Shivaji Total views (323)  
Shivaji was a great politician and statesman. Shivaji was also an efficient and successful administrator. R.C Majumdar has written about him, "Shivaji was not merely a daring soldier and a successful military conqueror but also an enlightened ruler of the people." After his coronation ceremony and assumption of the title of chhatrapti, he administered the affairs of his kingdom very brilliantly an ......
Pages: 7
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Rise of Maratha Ascendancy under the Peshwas - Balaji Vishwanatha - Baji Rao I Total views (335)  
In the Deccan campaign, Aurangazeb's army defeated the Marathas, Sambaji's tongue was cut off and he was ruthlessly killed. His son Sahu a boy of eight years was taken away to Agra. Aurangazeb wanted to convert him to Islam and make him the viceroy of Deccan in due course. He was brought up under the care of Aurangazeb's sister Zeenatunnisa. Aurangazeb treated him as his grandson, but he could not ......
Pages: 9
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Balaji Baji Rao - The Third Battle of Panipat 1761 - The Decline of Marathas Total views (330)  
Baji Rao I died in 1740. Sahu then appointed Balaji Baji Rao son of Baji Rao as the Peshwa. Then he was just eighteen years young. Rahugji Bhonsle, did not approve of this appointment for Sahu was childless and he wanted to make his son as the next their to the throne Sahu interfered and made peace between them.
Pages: 6
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The Advent of the Europeans - The Portuguese - The Dutch - The English and the French Total views (326)  
The geographical discoveries made in the 15th and the 16th centuries brought many new lands & many new Nations to light. In 1498 Vascodagama started from Portugal and came around the Cape of Good Hope and discovered a new sea route to India. The French, the Portuguese, the Dutch and the English, following the same route came to India. As a result a new chapter began in the History of India.
Pages: 7
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The British Ascendancy in India - The Carnatic Wars - The Acquisition of Bengal - Battle of Plassey - Buxar Total views (336)  
The coming of the Europeans opened a significant chapter in the history of India. Already you know how the fall of Constantinople led to the invention of a new Sea route to India. The Portuguese came first, then the Dutch, later the French and Britishers were the last to come. The Political instability and weakness wetted the desire of every European country to cherish the dream of establishing a ......
Pages: 12
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Consolidation and Expansion of British Power- the Policy of Subsidiary Alliance - Doctrine of Lapse - the Native Resistance - Mysore, Marathas and the Sikhs Total views (328)  
The Governor Generalship of Lord Wellesley ushered the era of Large-scale expansion in India. The main motivating force behind this was the rise of Napolean and continuous Anglo-French struggle in Europe. Until then the British followed the policy of consolidating their gains and resources in India. They did not want to antagonise the major Indian powers.
Pages: 12
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Nature of the British Government - The Dual Government - Regulating Act 1773 - The Pitt's India Act - 1784 - Administrative Reforms of Cornwalis Total views (331)  
The Victory of Plassey and Buxar facilitated the East India Company to possess the vast resources of Bengal. This made the East India Company to devise methods to control and administer Bengal. The main objective of the East India Company was to enhance its profits to the maximum extent and to strengthen its hold over India. They gave main emphasis on the maintenance of law and order so that trad ......
Pages: 14
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The British Economic Policy in India the Land Revenue Policy - The Zamindari - Ryotwari and Mahalwari Settlement. Development of Transport and Communication - Economic Impoverishment of India Total views (328)  
By the middle of the 18th century, the decline and downfull after Mughal Empire the Political unity peace and harmony were shattered. The Mughals achieved - centralized administration, a uniform revenue policy and net work of internal and the extended foreign trade in India. But during the period from 1707 AD and 1857 AD India witnessed the British Influence in trade and commerce, Revenue Adminis ......
Pages: 9
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Socio - Cultural Impact of Colonial Rule - Social Reform Measures - Bengal Renaissance- Social and Religious Reform Movements Total views (336)  
This unit will refer to the socio cultural impact of colonial Rule in India. It also informs us the social reform measures after colonialism. It refers to the renaissance in the Bengal presidency. It also introduces the Social and religious reform movements.
Pages: 11
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Development of Western Education - Role of Christian Missionaries - Mecaulay's Minute and Wood's Despatch Total views (328)  
This unit refers to the development of western education under the British. It also discusses the role of the Christian Missionaries in the field of education and its expansion. It denotes the preparation of Minute of Macalay for the introduction of western Education for the Indians. It also lists recommendations made by wood's despatch for rational implementation by education for the benefit of ......
Pages: 8
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