- Publisher:?Spectrum Books Pvt. Ltd. (2018)
- Product Dimensions:?18 x 12 x 3 cm
₹299.00Title : A Brief History of Modern India (2018-2019)Authors : Rajiv AhirEdition : Spectrum Books Pvt. Ltd. (2018)ISBN-13 : 978-8179306888ISBN-10 : 8179306887Publisher : Spectrum Books Pvt. Ltd. (2018)Binding : PaperbackVariation : New
There are great amount of historical moments strung together to bring India where it is today. A slice of these events add up to make this history book by Satish Chandra. The 1000 year period covered in this book details about the sequence of events and the empires that governed different parts of the country from the eighth to the eighteenth century.
A feudal medieval India is presented within the social context of the times that is bound to interest even lay readers, besides students of history and those appearing for competitive examinations. The series of invasions that shook up the Indian sub-continent, an ever changing kaleidoscope of cultures, political upheavals and internal revolutions that happened during these ten centuries have been described with utmost detail in History of Medieval India. The book is a result of intense research of archived documents, coins, monuments, books, travellers accounts and other sources that have survived the ravages of time.
Whether you are a teacher seeking authentic information to rely upon or a student appearing in a competitive examination or just keen on gaining knowledge about India’s past, this book is a perfect companion that brings an accurate account of history. From the Marathas, to the Cholas and Pandyas, contribution of every dynasty influencing the course of history of a particular region in a given time period has been listed out.
Chapters on the Rajputs, Mughals and Turkish invaders recorded bring out the turbulent times that many parts of North India underwent and what contribution these kingdoms and societies made towards the country that we have come to live in.
With rise of every new dynasty there were many shortcomings that brought about their fall and the historian in Satish Chandra with deep insight about the historical events dissects the many reasons for their downfall in detail.
About the Authors:
Satish Chandra is a well known history scholar who taught at Jawaharlal Nehru University and specialized in Indian medieval history. He also did served as the chairman of University Grants Commission of India and was also president of Indian History Congress. Satish Chandra has often been described as India?s most influential historian and is credited to be India?s leading scholar about the Mughal rule. His book on medieval Indian history changed the national curriculum when it was included as a textbook for schools and colleges.
- Paperback:?392 pages
- Publisher:?Orient BlackSwan; First edition (2007)
- Product Dimensions:?21.2 x 13.6 x 2 cm
₹399.00Title : A History of Medieval IndiaAuthors : Chandra SatishEdition : First edition (2007)ISBN-13 : 978-8125032267Publisher : Orient BlackSwanPages : 392Binding : PaperbackVariation : New
Ancient and Medieval India shall be meant for candidates from the state of Union Civil Services as well as various state public service examinations. The book covers the complete syllabus of ancient and medieval history for the Main exam union civil service, and has material that is immensely helpful for the Prelims as well. The contents of the book are very relevant as they are developed after thorough analysis of the current syllabus and questions asked in previous years. Moreover, the book also consists of numerous practice questions, chapter wise, making it more user-friendly. The text will come in bi-colour, and there are detachable charts included that students may tear out and use as a mnemonic by placing them in front or pasting them on a wall.
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About EduCreon Complete Online Book Store₹259.00 – ₹310.00Title : Ancient and Medieval IndiaAuthors : Poonam Dalal DahiyaEdition : 1Pages : 584Publisher : McGraw HillISBN-13 : 9.78935E 12Binding : PaperbackVariation : New - Used
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- Paperback:?360 pages
- Publisher:?Orient BlackSwan; First edition (2009)
- Product Dimensions:?14 x 2.1 x 21.7 cm
₹399.00Title : History of Modern IndiaAuthors : Bipan ChandraEdition : First edition (2009)ISBN-10 : 8125036849Publisher : Orient BlackSwanPages : 360Binding : PaperbackVariation : New
The arrival of the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama in Calicut in India in 1498 was the first step in the colonisation of India by the European powers. The subsequent settlements by the Portuguese, the Dutch, the British and the French marked the beginning of modern Indian history. The period also witnessed the slow but final disintegration of the Mughal Empire. Further events culminated in India becoming a vast British colony. The n came the Freedom Movement and finally the dawn of independence in 1947.
For students appearing in the UPSC and state civil services examinations, this period in India?s history forms an important part of their syllabus and preparation. This revised, second edition of History of Modern India? sequentially traces the events from the early 17th century right up to the freedom movement in a detailed and lucid narrative.
The book has been thoughtfully divided into Three Parts:
1. Part I
2. Part II
3. Part III
The wide scope of the book means that it is not only limited to UPSC exam but includes students of history and the social sciences. This edition will help students and aspirants save time and remain focused in their preparation than researching on new topics.
- Reading level:?16 years
- Paperback:?358 pages
- Publisher:?G.K. PUB; Second edition (25 July 2018)
- Package Dimensions:?15 x 10 x 1 cm
₹399.00Title : History of Modern IndiaAuthors : Sujata MenonEdition : Second edition (25 July 2018)ISBN-13 : 978-9388182133ISBN-10 : 9388182138Publisher : G.K. PubPages : 358Binding : PaperbackVariation : New
About the Authors
₹399.00Title : India's Ancient Past 2019 EditionAuthors : R.S SharmaEdition : 2019ISBN-13 : 978-0195687859Publisher : Oxford; Edition edition (20 October 2006)Pages : 387Binding : PaperbackVariation : New
India’s struggle for independence
About the Authors
- Reading level:?18 years
- Paperback:?600 pages
- Publisher:?Penguin Random House India; Reprint edition (9 August 2016)
- Product Dimensions:?13.7 x 3.3 x 21.3 cm
₹299.00Title : India's Struggle for Independence 1857-1947Authors : Bipin ChandraEdition : Reprint edition (9 August 2016)ISBN-13 : 978-0140107814Publisher : Penguin Random House IndiaPages : 600Binding : PaperbackVariation : New
SAA Rizvi?s The Wonder that was India?Volume II is a groundbreaking enquiry into the history of India during the period of Islamic political dominance in the subcontinent. Through meticulous research and painstaking study, Rizvi pieces together a comprehensive account of the five hundred years between the thirteenth and eighteenth centuries, detailing the political histories of the Arabs, Turks, Afghans and Mughals. From his exploration of the social and economic conditions, the state, religion and the fine arts, a vibrant picture emerges of a massive and fertile exchange that would influence the destiny of more than billion people. This volume, along with AL Basham?s classic The Wonder that was India, offers an extensive and engrossing view of the pre-colonial history of India. It is equally for the serious student and the interested reader.
- Paperback:?416 pages
- Publisher:?Picador; 2005 edition (21 February 2005)
- Product Dimensions:?15.4 x 2.4 x 22.7 cm
₹599.00Title : The Wonder That Was India Vol. 2Authors : S. RizviEdition : 2005 edition (21 February 2005)ISBN-13 : 978-0330439107ISBN-10 : 330439103Publisher : PicadorPages : 416Binding : PaperbackVariation : New