. We request you to respect our Hard Work. He was the most popular as well as the most influential political and spiritual leaders of India. Here then, is the list of 10 books in no particular order on Indian history that we have compiled based on your responses. The political and socio-economic developments that have influenced the growth of modern India have been dealt with in independent chapters. It also talks about the civil rebellion and all those involved in it. With increasing intrusion of aliens in their lives, a group of middle class Indians formed the Indian National Congress 1885.
It covers details of the Harappan and Mohenjodaro findings and then dwells on the now-controversial Aryan invasion theory. It covers all the events and revolutions carried out for the independence, by the Indian freedom fighters. The binding is also good. This is the perfect book for you to understand the evolution of Modern India. We are also sharing the link for latest edition of A Brief History of Modern India by Rajiv Ahir Spectrum. The reader needs to learn how to choose. A few days ago we asked everyone on our and pages to recommend a book on Indian history.
The British administered India for a period of about two centuries and brought about revolutionary changes in the social, political and the economic life of the country. The text has not been present in the form of text without any point or bullet which makes the book tiresome to read. A survey of personalities associated with various movements, peasant and tribal movements, tables and charts are also given for quick reference. In 1857, the first war against the British known popularly as the Sepoy Mutinee marked the end of the Mughal rule. End of chapter key points are there for making a quick revision and for undergoing a self-analysis about recalling historical facts.
Spectrum's General Studies Paper-1 English Edition. This book was also produced as an award-winning television series by Shyam Benegal. The details have been taken care of. The book covers the modern Indian history from 'The advent of the Europeans in India' to 'India after Independence'. The book is of small size. The anti British struggle became truly a mass movement with the arrival of Mahatma Gandhi 1869 - 1948.
The Rebellion of 1857-58, which sought to restore Indian supremacy, was crushed; and with the subsequent crowning of Victoria as Empress of India, the incorporation of India into the empire was complete. Alberuni is considered as one of the greatest historians of the medieval Islamic era. Only 1 chapter name 'After Nehru' has been added. The exploitative policies of the British in India saw the birth of nationalist agitation against it. Please give us your valuable comments and suggestions. Orders containing items Fulfilled by Amazon worth Rs. At the end of each chapter, the brief summary provided ensures that readers get a recap of the important points.
The nationalist movement is covered in three different stages. But these volumes are extensive and in-depth studies, and often suffer from an overemphasis on one aspect at the cost of another. Shah Jahan, also known as Shahbuddin Mohammed Shah Jahan, was a Mughal Emperor who ruled in the Indian Subcontinent from 1628 to 1658. This book also contains factual data which makes it useful for State Civil Services examinations too. We struggle hard to gather all these tests and Materials so if anyone subscribed any test series or material please forward us to , We remove all the tracing items from the pdf and We Respect Your Privacy.
It even educates readers with the names and details of the various viceroys and governors of India. Sen talks about how India has had a long history of public debate in all spheres of life and how heterodoxy was prevalent in Indian society centuries ago. Once the British set their foot solidly on Indian soil, they began the commercial exploitation of the natural resources of India. It might work as a reference for someone who is well aware of that era but if you are new to the topic then you might get overwhelm with so many things and little descriptions. It begins with the revolt of 1857, detailing the reasons for the uprising, and goes right up to India claiming independence. The present small effort, however, brings together various aspects of the turbulent period from the arrival of the Europeans on Indian soil and the establishment of British rule in India to the day India won independence and the early years of freedom in a systematic and succinct manner: major and important details and milestones are effectively discussed while several relevant but little known details are also highlighted. This book is an outcome of his rigorous study of India.
It resulted into the formation of the Delhi Sultanate, which was finally succeeded by the Mughal Empire, under which India once again achieved a large measure of political unity. Hence difficult to handle to some extent. Quality wise you can see the unattended binding. The nationalist movement is covered in three different stages. And will be used in preparation.
Cashback will be credited as Amazon Pay balance within 10 days from purchase. It is extensively researched, gives incredible details that you never knew for instance, do you know who actually drew the dividing line between the two nations and on what basis? From This one is for the cricket lovers. At the end of the book, some short notes have been provided which are extremely useful for the preparation. Final comment- If you haven't read any book on Modern Indian History, purchase this book. A Brief History Of Modern India also highlights the various reform movements that took place across the country by the tribals, workers, and peasants. India is a land of ancient civilization. During the late 16th and the 17th Centuries, the European trading companies in India competed with each other ferociously.