MA HISTORY - Modern Indian History (1756-1905) (Q & A) One week series (ENGLISH MEDIUM)

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MA HISTORY - Modern Indian History (1756-1905) (Q & A) One week series (ENGLISH MEDIUM) 

 Modern Indian History (1756-1905)


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 ,  Mgsu University. 

Syllabus covered in Book

Section I Understanding Modern India - sources and interpretations. Establishment of British rule in Bengal 1757-1772. Maratha affairs and the role of Mahadaji and Nana Phadnis. Failure of the Marathas. Anglo-Mysore Relations - Hyder Ali and Tipu. Rise of Sikhs in the later half of the 18th Century. Ranjit Singh's Achievements. Sikh wars and annexation of Punjab.

Section II British policy towards the Indian States - various states Annexation of Awadh and Growth of Paramountcy. Resistance to Colonial Rule : Pre-1857 - Peasant tribal cultural resistance  Outbreak of 1857. Ideology  program leadership in various levels, people's participation and British response. Aftermath of the Outbreak


Section-III Liberal and conservative trends in British India administration 1858-1905. Frontier policy-India and its neighbors’ in north and north-west. Social forces and Indian Nationalism. Origin and establishment of Indian National Congress Growth of Nationalism and activities of Indian National Congress till 1905.







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