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Indian History (1206-1947) -(TEXT BOOK)- By K.L. Khurana

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Indian History (1206-1947) – , By – Dr. K.L. Khurana, ISBN Code – 978-93-86544-31-5

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

PART ONE

MEDIEVAL INDIA

THE SULTANATE OF DELHI

  1. Significant Source Material of Medieval India
  2. Rise of Islam and Arab Invasion of Sindh
  3. Rise of the Turks
  4. Shihabuddin Alias Muizuddin Muhammad Ghori (A. D. 1175 to 1250)
  5. The So-called Slave Dynasty (A. D. 1206 to 1290)
  6. Shamsuddin Iltutmish (A. D. 1211 to 1236)
  7. The Successors of lltutmish and the Rule of ‘The Forty’ (A. D. 1236 to 1266)
  8. Ghiasuddin Balban (A. D. 1266 to 1287)
  9. Successors of Balban and Decline of Slave Dynasty
  10. Khalji Dynasty (A. D. 1290 to 1320)
  11. Alauddin Khalji (A. D. 1296-1316)
  12. Successors of Alauddin Khalji and Downfall of Khalji Empire
  13. Tughlaq Dynasty (A.D. 1320 to 1414)
  14. Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq (A.D. 1325 to 1351)
  15. Firoz Shah Tughlaq (A.D. 1351 to 1388)
  16. Later Tughlugs and Invasion of Timur
  17. Sayyid Dynasty
  18. Lodi Dynasty (A. D. 1451 to 1526)
  19. Administration of Delhi Sultanate
  20. Society and Culture during Delhi Sultanate
  21. Rise of Provincial Kingdoms

Model Questions

Important Dates

Objective Questions and their Answers

Short Questions and Answers

  1. Babur (A. D. 1483-1530)
  2. Humayun (A. D. 1530-1556)
  3. Sher Shah and His Successors (A. D. 1540-1555)
  4. Akbar (A. D. 1556-1605)
  5. Jahangir (A. D. 1605-1627)
  6. Shahjahan (A. D. 1627-1658)
  7. Aurangzeb (A. D. 1658-1707)
  8. The Later Mughals and Decline of Mughal Empire
  9. Rise and Fall of Marathas
  10. Mughal Administration
  11. Society, Culture and Civilization during Mughal Period

Model Questions

Important Dates

Objective Questions and their Answers

Suggested Readings

PART TWO

MODERN INDIA

  1. Decline of the Mughals and Condition of India in the 18th Century
  2. The Rise and Development of the Maratha Power
  3. The Early European Settlements and Anglo-French Conflicts
  4. The Establishment of British Rule in India
  5. Warren Hastings (A. D. 1772-1785)
  6. Lord Cornwallis (A. D. 1786-1793)
  7. Lord Wellesley (A. D. 1798-1805)
  8. Role of Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan
  9. Lord Cornwallis to Lord Amherst (A. D. 1805-1828)
  10. Lord William Bentinck (A. D. 1823-1835)
  11. British Attitude towards Afghanistan and Sindh
  12. Anglo-Sikh Relations
  13. Lord Dalhousie (A. D. 1848-1856)
  14. The Revolt of A. D. 1857
  15. Lord Lytton to Lord Elgin II (A. D. 1876-1899)
  16. Lord Curzon (A. D. 1899-1905)
  17. Renaissance and Socio-Religious Movements in the Nineteenth Century
  18. The Growth of National Movement in India
  19. National Movement and Gandhian Era
  20. Muslim Communalism and Partition of India
  21. Eminent Leaders of the National Movement of India
  22. Constitutional Development of India
  23. Peasant and Labour Movements in India
  24. Education, Press Society and Economic Condition in Modern India
  25. The Leftist Movement in India
  26. The Legacy of British Rule to India
  27. Post-Independence Period (A. D. 1947-1967)

Chapterwise Model Questions

Short Questions, Objective Type Questions and Answers

Some Important Dates of Modern Indian History

Suggested Readings

 

 

Description

Indian History (1206-1947) – , By – Dr. K.L. Khurana, ISBN Code – 978-93-86544-31-5

 

CONTENTS :

Chapters

PART ONE

MEDIEVAL INDIA

THE SULTANATE OF DELHI

  1. Significant Source Material of Medieval India
  2. Rise of Islam and Arab Invasion of Sindh
  3. Rise of the Turks
  4. Shihabuddin Alias Muizuddin Muhammad Ghori (A. D. 1175 to 1250)
  5. The So-called Slave Dynasty (A. D. 1206 to 1290)
  6. Shamsuddin Iltutmish (A. D. 1211 to 1236)
  7. The Successors of lltutmish and the Rule of ‘The Forty’ (A. D. 1236 to 1266)
  8. Ghiasuddin Balban (A. D. 1266 to 1287)
  9. Successors of Balban and Decline of Slave Dynasty
  10. Khalji Dynasty (A. D. 1290 to 1320)
  11. Alauddin Khalji (A. D. 1296-1316)
  12. Successors of Alauddin Khalji and Downfall of Khalji Empire
  13. Tughlaq Dynasty (A.D. 1320 to 1414)
  14. Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq (A.D. 1325 to 1351)
  15. Firoz Shah Tughlaq (A.D. 1351 to 1388)
  16. Later Tughlugs and Invasion of Timur
  17. Sayyid Dynasty
  18. Lodi Dynasty (A. D. 1451 to 1526)
  19. Administration of Delhi Sultanate
  20. Society and Culture during Delhi Sultanate
  21. Rise of Provincial Kingdoms

Model Questions

Important Dates

Objective Questions and their Answers

Short Questions and Answers

  1. Babur (A. D. 1483-1530)
  2. Humayun (A. D. 1530-1556)
  3. Sher Shah and His Successors (A. D. 1540-1555)
  4. Akbar (A. D. 1556-1605)
  5. Jahangir (A. D. 1605-1627)
  6. Shahjahan (A. D. 1627-1658)
  7. Aurangzeb (A. D. 1658-1707)
  8. The Later Mughals and Decline of Mughal Empire
  9. Rise and Fall of Marathas
  10. Mughal Administration
  11. Society, Culture and Civilization during Mughal Period

Model Questions

Important Dates

Objective Questions and their Answers

Suggested Readings

PART TWO

MODERN INDIA

  1. Decline of the Mughals and Condition of India in the 18th Century
  2. The Rise and Development of the Maratha Power
  3. The Early European Settlements and Anglo-French Conflicts
  4. The Establishment of British Rule in India
  5. Warren Hastings (A. D. 1772-1785)
  6. Lord Cornwallis (A. D. 1786-1793)
  7. Lord Wellesley (A. D. 1798-1805)
  8. Role of Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan
  9. Lord Cornwallis to Lord Amherst (A. D. 1805-1828)
  10. Lord William Bentinck (A. D. 1823-1835)
  11. British Attitude towards Afghanistan and Sindh
  12. Anglo-Sikh Relations
  13. Lord Dalhousie (A. D. 1848-1856)
  14. The Revolt of A. D. 1857
  15. Lord Lytton to Lord Elgin II (A. D. 1876-1899)
  16. Lord Curzon (A. D. 1899-1905)
  17. Renaissance and Socio-Religious Movements in the Nineteenth Century
  18. The Growth of National Movement in India
  19. National Movement and Gandhian Era
  20. Muslim Communalism and Partition of India
  21. Eminent Leaders of the National Movement of India
  22. Constitutional Development of India
  23. Peasant and Labour Movements in India
  24. Education, Press Society and Economic Condition in Modern India
  25. The Leftist Movement in India
  26. The Legacy of British Rule to India
  27. Post-Independence Period (A. D. 1947-1967)

Chapterwise Model Questions

Short Questions, Objective Type Questions and Answers

Some Important Dates of Modern Indian History

Suggested Readings

 

 

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