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Medieval Indian (Medival Indian History)(1526-1761)  (2021)  (English Medium)

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Author: Parth
Book Code: OBM/19/12/82754
Publisher: Parth Publishers
University: Rajasthan University (RU)
Medieval Indian (Medival Indian History)(1526-1761)

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 Medieval Indian (Medival Indian History)(1526-1761)

 This One Week Series is Written in English Language in Question Answer Series According to syllabus of Rajasthan ,Jai Narayan Vyas , Mohanlal Sukhadia, MDS, Kota  University. 

Syllabus Covered in Book

Section-I A survey of the sources of medieval Indian History (1521-1761). Political condition of India in 1526. Nature of Babar's achievements in India. Importance of Babarnama as a source of history. Humayun's - Career . His difficulties and achievements. Process of political integration under Sher Shah Suri and his administrative achievements.

Section-II Expansion of  Mughal empire under Akbar. His administrative measures: Central and provincial administration, land revenue system, jagir and mansab systems. Akbar's relations with Rajputs. His Deccan Policy. Relations with Central Asian Powers. Akbar's Religious Policy. Sub-i-kul. Parties llics at Jahangir's Court and the Nurants Junta Jahahgift id Rajput policies. Shah Jahan's Deccant ! Central Asian and Nopit-West frontier policies. War of Succession.

 

Section III Mughal rule under Aurangzeb. His relation with Rajputs. Aurangzeb's Deccan policy. Rise of the Marathas, Shivaji's relations With Mughals, Shiva's Achievements. Aurangzeb's religious policy. -- jadindari crisis and revolts. Main political trends during the later Milgtial period. Maratha expansion under Peshwa Baji Rap in the North Mughal - Rajput relations; role of Sawai Jai Singh Rise of New prinicipalities - Awadh Hyderabad and Bengal. Nadir Shah's invasion and its consequences. Factors responsible for the decline and downfall of the Mughal Empire The Third: Battle of Panipat, 1761.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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