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Inscriptions and coins have served as major sources of history in mediaeval India. It is through these inscriptions and coins we could collect some information about various activities and events of the past.Inscriptions help us to know the language prevalent at different places at different time.It is through the study of inscriptions that we came to know about the various political, administrative and religious activities of the past. For example, The pillars of Samudragupta, the edicts of Ashoka etc are examples of inscriptions that throws light on the administration of that time.Some inscriptions discovered the languages used during that period such as Pali, Brahmi, Sanskrit etc.
Coins also help us to know about the economic conditions prevalent at that time.Coins also contained he information about the year of accession, the foreign relations etc.For example, i is through coins that information about the Sultanate and Mughal period came to the focus.The coins of Muhammad-bin- Tughlaq has released information about his rule.
Posted by Rachana Baheti 1 day, 6 hours ago
The meaning of the term ‘Hindustan’ has eventually changed over the past centuries. Today, the term ‘Hindustan’ is referred to denote India. But during the 13th century, the term was used by Minhaj-i-Siraj – a chronicler (in a political sense) of lands that belonged to the Delhi Sultan. During the 14th century, the term ‘Hind’ was used by Amir Khusrau to refer to the culture and people of the Indus river. Whereas, during the early 16th century, Babar used the term ‘Hindustan’ to describe the culture, geography and fauna of the inhabitants of the sub-continent.
Posted by Garvit Jain 1 day, 8 hours ago
Abu'l-Fazl ibn Mubarak who was one of the nine jewels in Akbar's court.
His functions were to design and construct naval boats and to recruit skilled sea-men.
Posted by Rakesh Garg 1 day, 15 hours ago
Ananga Pala from the Tomara dynasty of Rajputs first established his capital at Delhi.
After the decline of the Pratiharas, the Tomaras established their dynasty around Delhi by the 10th century. Ananga Pala, the founder of the Tomara dynasty first established his capital at Delhi in 736 CE. They were however followed by the Chauhans or Chahamanas.
Posted by Suman Gupta 1 day, 16 hours ago
The word medieval has its origins in the Latin term medium aevum ("middle age") and first came into use in the 19th century, although the idea of a middle age had been around for several hundred years.
Posted by Gayathri R 2 days, 5 hours ago
As the power and wealth of the samantas increased, they declared themselves to be mahasamanta or maha-mandaleshwara (meaning the great lord of the ‘circle’ or the region). In some cases, they even asserted their independence over the overlords. One such instance was that of Rashtrakutas in the Deccan.
Posted by Mitansh Choudhary 2 days, 6 hours ago
During this period, several social and economic differences emerged among the people, which led to the introduction of Jatis or sub-castes, where people were ranked on the basis of their occupations and backgrounds. The affairs of jatis were regulated by an assembly of elders known as the jati panchayat in some areas. The jatis were required to follow the rules of their villages, which were governed by a chieftain.
Posted by Say Kumar 2 days, 8 hours ago
The main arguments were in the case of Sterlite were "What was the need for the govt to send the police and kill 13 innocent people.
The main arguments were in the case of Cauvery were "Why is the Govt of karnataka refuse to supply water in tamil nadu
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Following are the three layers of the Earth:
1. Crust: It is the outermost layer of the Earth's surface. It extends from 5 to 8 kilometres beneath the oceans and about 35 kilometres beneath the continental masses.
2. Mantle: It is the layer that lies below the crust. The thickness of mantle is 2,900 kilometres.
3. Core: It is the innermost layer of the Earth and is 3,500-kilometres thick.
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Al Idrisi was a Muslim geographer, cartographer, Egyptologist and traveller who lived in Sicily, at the court of King Roger II.
Posted by Garvit Jain 4 days, 10 hours ago
Domingos Paes came to India in the time of Krishnadevaraya, the most powerful king Vijayanagara Empire ever had. Domingo Paes was a Portuguese traveller who visited Vijayanagara Empire around the year 1520. He witnessed not just the wealth of Vijayanagara but also the most gallantly fought battles in the history of Vijayanagara --The Battle of Raichur between the grand army of Krishna Deva Raya and Adil Shah of Bijapur.
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Some authors revised their chronicles at different times. The fourteenth century chronicler Ziyauddin Barani wrote his chronicle first in 1356 and wrote another version two years later. Both the versions differ from each other. Historians were not aware of the existence of the earlier version till the 1960s because it remained lost in large library collections.
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