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Kumari Khushi Khushi 1 week, 3 days ago

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Kumari Khushi Khushi 1 week, 3 days ago

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Dawa Rinzing Sherpa 1 week, 6 days ago

Ain i Akbari composed by Abu'l Fazal
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Yash Acharya 3 weeks, 6 days ago

The mauryan administration was highly centralised administration system at that time
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Preeti Dabral 1 month, 1 week ago

We find that the system was patrilineal and it was the eldest son that inherited the throne but in case of Kauravas their father being blind, the throne goes to his brother Pandu. But untimely death of Pandu and his sons still being minor the blind brother beomes the king

Divika Chettri 1 month ago

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Riya Kumari 1 month, 1 week ago

The Zamindars failed to make regular payments of revenue due to the following reasons: 1. The initial rate of revenue was very high. It was fixed for all time to come. The East India Company had thought that it would never be able to claim a share in the increased income from the land if at any stage, the prices rose and the cultivation expanded. The Company also argued that the burden on the Zamindars would slowly come down with the increase in agricultural production and the prices of agricultural products.The amount of revenue was fixed during the period of economic depression. The ryots found it difficult to pay their dues to the Zamindars. As such the Zamindars were unable to pay the revenue to the East India Company. 3. The revenue was invariable. It had to be paid punctually even if the harvest was not good. There was the enforcement of Sun-Set law. If any Zamindar did not make the payment before the sun-set on a specific day, his estate was auctioned.
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Vivek Fulara 1 month, 2 weeks ago

GB Pant along with other leaders like patel,br ambedkar and dhulekar etc. Oppose the separate electorate for Muslims and he also said that Muslims are not the minorities in this nation
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Preeti Dabral 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire which existed from the early 4th century CE to late 6th century CE. At its zenith, from approximately 319 to 467 CE, it covered much of the Indian subcontinent. This period is considered as the Golden Age of India by historians.

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Bajarang Lal Sigar 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Kitab- Ul-hind .

Arshiya Ramzan 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Kitabul hindh

Nandini Soni 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Kitab-ul-hind
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Preeti Dabral 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Dasara Dibba or the Mahanavami Dibba is a beautiful stone platform located within the Royal Enclosure of Hampi. It was built during the Vijayanagara period by King Krishnadevaraya to commemorate his victory over Udaygiri. It was here where the King of Vijayanagar used to celebrate the festival of Dasara (Dussehra).

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Shobha Mishra 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The permanent settlement came into operation in Bengal in 1793.This settlement was made with the rajas and the talukedarsof Bengal. They were now classified aszamindars and they had to pay the revenue demand that was fixed in perpetuity. Now the Zamindar was not a land owner in the village but revenue collector of the state .At the same time the Zamindar had to pay revenue rigidly on the due date even if crops had failed . In case of failure of payment estates were to be auctioned to recover the revenue.

Purnima Limboo 1 month, 3 weeks ago

What were its impact
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Himanshu Patel 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The power of the Jotedars within the village was more effective than that of the Zamindars: 1. Jotedars were located in villages while Zamindars lived in urban areas. 2. Indirectly controlled the ryots by advancing money, controlling local trade. 3. With holding payment of revenue. 4. Holding benami lands. 5. Purchased Zamindars. the auctioned estates of 6. They became alternate source of power in villages.
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Himanshu Patel 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Ans. Ibn Battuta found cities in the subcontinent full of exciting opportunities (i) According to him the city of Delhi covered a wide area and had a large population. (ii) The rampart round the city was without parallel. The breadth of its wall was of eleven cubits, and inside it were houses for the night sentry and gate-keepers (iii) There were twenty-eight gates of this city which are called darwaza and of these the Budaun darwaza was the greatest, inside the Mandwi darwaza there was a grain market, adjacent to the Gul darwaza there was an orchard. (iv) The city of Delhi had a fine cemetery in which graves had domes over them (v) The city was densely populated and prosperous. (vi) The cities had crowded streets, bright and colourful markets that were stacked with a wide variety of goods (vii)The bazaars were the hubs of social and cultural activities. Most bazaars had a mosque and a temple, and these public performances by dancers, musicians and singers happened. (viii) The towns derived a significant portion of their wealth through the appropriation of surplus from villages (ix) Music in the market (Tarababad). (x) A unique system of communication (uluq and dawa)
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Shobha Mishra 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The respective rights of the central governmentand the states was one of the most vigorously debated topics in the constituent assembly .Ambedkar Wanted strong and United centre as it could stop communal outbursts. Gopal Swami Ayyanger declared that the centre should be made as strong as possible. One member from the United province Balakrishna Sharma said r that only a strong centre could plan for the well being of the country, mobilize available economic resources and defend the country against foreign aggression.
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Anshu . 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Mohenjo daro
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Chetan Kohar 2 months ago

They can't marry in their clan , mother's gotra should not be adopted, father have to give stridhana etc.
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Chetan Kohar 2 months ago

The policy of annexation,doctrine of lapse, discrimination against Indians , economic and social policies of British
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Chetan Kohar 2 months ago

Of what ??
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Preeti Dabral 2 months ago

Cities and settlement of Harappan Civilisation were well-planned. Many craft production centres were there for whom raw material was brought from far-off places. Agriculture settlements were also developing. All these functions could have been performed by any ruling class because general masses could not take important collective decisions. Yet some scholars denied the existence of any ruling class in Harappan Civilisation but it hardly seems reality. In short, the following functions could have been performed by rulers in Harappan society:

  1. Making urban planning: Urban planning of Harappan Civilisation was of top quality. Cities were developed according to proper plan. Streets and roads were wide enough. All the roads bisect each other at right angles. People used to live in houses of baked bricks. Length, breadths and width of the bricks were of standard size. Ruler class used to live in citadel of towns and common people lived in lower city. There were provision for windows and doors in the houses. Every house had courtyard, stairs, bathroom, and kitchen. There were two or three storyed buildings. People used to make large buildings. One great bath has also been found at Mohenjodaro which could have been used for some kind of special ritual bath. It was 11.88 metres in length 7.01 mts in breadth and 2.43 mt in depth. The largest building of this town was the warehouse with the dimension of 45.71 x 15.23 mt. Six warehouses have been found at Harappa. Harappan cities had the carefully planned drainage system. Drainage system was properly made which was covered with bricks. These bricks could have been removed at the time of cleaning. Domestic waste water had to flow into the street drains. Every house needed to have one wall along a street.
  2. Different Crafts: different types of crafts prevailed in Harappan culture which could have been regulated by the state. Tin and nickel were mixed by craftsmen to make copper. Copper was used to make statues, jars and different types of implements like axe, cutter, knife, etc. Evidences have been found about different crafts prevailed in Harappan towns. They were very much expert in making seals and jewellery of gold and silver and statues. Harappan craftsmen were also expert in bread-making. They were familiar with the art of weight-making. Jars made by them were quite shining.
  3. Settlement near Raw material: Some raw materials were available for craftsmen in local places. That is why craft centres were developed, by the state near those areas where raw material were easily available. Raw materials included beads, shells and metals etc.
  4. Procuring raw material from distant places: Rulers used to send expeditions to far-off places to procure raw material for craft production. For example expeditions may have been sent to Khetri region of Rajasthan. (For Copper) and South India (Gold).
  5. Contacts with distant lands: Rulers used to establish contacts with distant lands. Mainly copper was brought through these contacts. Evidences have been found that copper was brought from Oman, on the South east trip of the Arabian Peninsula.

Chetan Kohar 2 months ago

As there were no signs of a king in the Harappan civilization just a sculpture was found but not sure abt that
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Mithil Singh 1 month, 1 week ago

Pgl h ky
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Nandini Soni 1 month, 3 weeks ago

https://youtu.be/g4ktx8yi33U
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Radhika Verma 2 months, 2 weeks ago

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Chetan Kohar 2 months ago

Write 3-4 lines about the answer Then came to points write all the points And then explain very single point 👉👉
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Preeti Dabral 1 month, 2 weeks ago

The Permanent Settlement achieved an unfriendly impact on the Zamindars. A large number of them couldn't understand or gather the land income from the occupants and subsequently couldn't pay the cash to the public authority in time thus their properties were sold.

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