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History of India From Earliest Times To 1206 A.d.   (2021)  (English Medium)

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Author: Parth
Book Code: OBM/19/11/82190
Publisher: Parth Publishers
University: Maharaja Ganga Singh University (MGSU)
History of India From Earliest Times To 1206 A.d.

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 History of India From Earliest Times To 1206 A.d. 

 

This One Week Series is Written in English Language in Question Answer Series According to syllabus of Maharaja Gangasingh University. 

 

Unit-1

Main sources of Ancient Indian History; Different Samvat (era) prevalent (used) in Ancient Indian History; Impact of Geography

on Indian History and Culture; Features of Indus-Saraswati Civilization; Society, Polity, Economy, Culture and Religion as

reflected in Vedic literature; 6th Cent. B.C. and the Rise of Buddhism and Jainism; The rise of Janpadas and Republics.

Unit- II

Rise of Magadha upto the Nandas; Magadha Empire and contribution of Chandragupta Maurya; Ashoka – His Policies and

Dhamma; Mauryan Administration, Cultural Achievements of Mauryan period; Causes of decline of the Mauryan Empire.

Unit- III

Different political powers in Pre-Gupta period - Sunga, Satavahan, Saka and Kushana; Prominent rulers and their contribution

in Pre-Gupta Period - Pushyamitra Sunga, Gautamiputra Shatkarni, Rudradaman I and Kanishka I; Sangam Age-Literature,

Society and Culture; Economic Progress in the Pre-Gupta period with special reference to trade and commerce.

Unit- IV

Early History of the Gupta Dynasty upto Chandra Gupta-I; Prominent Rulers of Gupta Dynasty and their achievements -

Samudra Gupta, Chandra Gupta-II, Skand Gupta; Features of Gupta Administration; Cultural Revivalism and development

of Science and Technology during Gupta Period.

Unit- V

India in the Post-Gupta Period: Formation and Expansion of Vardhana Empire– Harsh; Features of Chola, Chalukya

and Pallava administration; Tripartite Struggle, Contribution of Vigraharaja Chahamana, Kumara Pala Chalukya and Bhoja

 

Parmara; Factors leading to disintegration of Rajput states.

 

 

 

 

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