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Tyranny of majority implies a situation where majority tries imposes its decisions on the minorities. Here majority tries to monopolise power and tends to dominate the minorities by making policies or laws that may prove to be detrimental to the welfare and needs of a minority.
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'Battle of Buxar' was fought on '23 October 1764' between 'British East India Company' and various Mughal emperors. The British army was led by Hectro Munro and the Mughal army was led by Nawab of Awadh, Qasim Khan and Mughal emperor, "Shah Alam".
The battle was fought in Buxar, which is a territory of Bengal. It is situated on the banks of Ganga River. It was a decisive land for the Britishers. Mughal forces outnumbered the British forces.
Mughal army has over 40000 men while Britishers were only 10000. Due to the lack of coordination between the Mughal emperors they lost the battle severely even after having such a huge army.
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The Battle of Plassey was fought between the forces of the Nawab of Bengal Siraj-ud-Daulah and the English East India Company, led by Robert Clive. It was fought on 23 June 1757 at Plassey near Murshidabad. A major portion of the 50,000 strong army of the Nawab was controlled by Mir Jafar who was hand in gloves with the British. His men did not join the battle at a crucial time. As a result, the Nawab’s men suffered heavy casualties and he himself left the battlefield after the death of his commander Mir Madan. This was a major blow to the Nawab’s army which was, as a result, easily defeated by the British. Later, the Nawab himself was caught and killed, and Mir Jafar was instituted as the new Nawab of Bengal.
Posted by Janit Pandey 3 days ago
Historians divided Indian History into ancient, medieval and modern. But this classification has its own problems. This periodisation is borrowed from the West where modern period is associated with the growth and development sciences, rationalism, humanism, logic, freedom and equality. The term 'Medieval' was used to describe a society which was not democratic and liberal. However, in the Indian context ,the British period in history cannot be termed as 'modern' because Indians were denied liberty, equality and justice. There was no economic progress and the Indian industires declined rapidly. Thus, it is appropriate to term this period as 'colonial'.
Posted by Chaturya Chowdary 3 days, 2 hours ago
The Delhi Sultanate refers to the five short-lived Muslim kingdoms of Turkic and Pashtun (Afghan) origin that ruled the territory of Delhi between 1206 and 1526 CE. In the 16th century, the last of their line was overthrown by the Mughals, who established the the Mughal Empire in India. Since delhi was ruled by sultans for a longer period of time in history. From the time 1192 AD when the muslim genral Muhammad Ghor captured delhi from rajputs and started a dynasty of rulers which together with some other dynasties later, we call it delhi sultante.
Posted by Sima Sinha 3 days, 19 hours ago
If we don't conserve the resources, they will be finished one day. Once they will be finished, our lives will also be finished.
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Surveys conducted by the British are an important source of the history of the period because the British carried out detailed surveys of various regions and the practices of people in India during their rule. They surveyed the soil, cropping pattern, flora and fauna. They also began to conduct the census of the country to record details of the population and their caste and religious affiliations. These surveys form an important part of history as they shed light on the country’s history apart from demographic changes which have been experienced over a period of time.
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1. natural resources are those resources occuring in nature
2. they are both renewable and non renewable
3. they help in economic development of people
4.ex- land, water, forest, mineral deposits
man made resources
1. man-made resources are a type of of resources that doesn't occur naturally and is made by humans
2. they are non-renewable
3.they help in economic as well as social development
4.ex-building, bridges , electric items, etc which make mans life a perfect and luxury one .
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