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Aslam Shah 9 months, 3 weeks ago

India....the people from lower Varna, i.e.shudras were not given access to public properties. For example,they were not allowed to use the public wells or enter temples. Gender: women were expected to stay at home and do household, while only men went to earn for the family.
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Riya Sinha 9 months, 2 weeks ago

Mohenjodaro consisted of two towns i.e citadel and lower town. Citadel was higher(it was build in a base foundation) and was comparatively smaller than lower town which was larger and lower than citadel. Citadel beleived to be used for purposes and lower town consisted residential housing.
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Sneha Devi 11 months ago

The requirement of water in vijayanagara was fulfill from the natural basin formed by the river Tungabhadra. This flowed in the northwestern direction and was surrounded by stunning granite hills. It flowed down to the river Tungsbhadra. So the rulers of the vijayanagara got built large embankment to store water. They also constructed reservoirs of varying sizes. They also make arrangement to store the rain water as this was the most arid zone of the peninsula.
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Bajarang Lal Sigar 11 months ago

Please !don't copy it in the final exam otherwise your marks will be deducted . Try to write in points .

Ishita Rawat 11 months ago

John Marshall was the Director General of ASI from 1902 to 1928. In fact, John Marshall’s stint as Director-General of the ASI marked a major change in Indian archaeology. He was the first professional archaeologist to work in India, and brought his experience of working in Greece and Crete to the field. More importantly, though like Cunningham he too was interested in spectacular finds, he was equally keen to look for patterns of everyday life. Before discussing John Marshall's work we should discuss the general picture of archaeology in India of that time. Most of the archaeologist prior to Marshall was of view that indian civilization started from 6th century BCE and there was this tendency to use written words to guide the archaeological digs. Thus when Cunnigham came across with Harappan artefacts he was not able to understand it and tried very hard to fit it within the time frame he was familiar with (6th - 4th century BCE). It was much later when Daya Ram Sahni discovered seals which he found in the layer of soil which was way more older than the 6th century BCE. The information began to come and it was Rakhal Das Bannerji who discovered the similarities of the seals discovered from the various sites leading to the conjecture that these sites were part of a single archaeological culture. Based on these finds, in 1924, John Marshall, Director General of the ASI, announced the discovery of a new civilisation in the Indus valley to the world. It was then that the world knew not only of a new civilisation, but also of one contemporaneous with Mesopotamia. However it was also during Marshall's stints as Director General that lots of context in which artefacts were discovered were lost becuase he ignored the stratigraphy of soil, the mistake which was noted by Wheeler ( next director general). Even then it was during his tenure that Indians were allowed to participate in excavations in their own country. And as S N Roy has said “Marshall left India three thousand years older than he had found her.”
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Ishita Rawat 11 months ago

Cunningham's Confusion were: (i) Cunningham's main interest was in the archaeology of the Early Historic and later periods. Cunningham tried to place Harappan seals within the time-frame with which he was familiar. (ii) He used the accounts left by Chinese Buddhist pilgrims who had visited the subcontinent between the fourth and seventh centuries CE to locate early settlement. (iii) Cunningham also collected, documented and translated inscriptions found during his surveys. When he excavated sites he tended to recover artefacts that he thought had cultural value. (iv) A site like Harappa which was not part of the itinerary of the Chinese pilgrims, did not fit very neatly within his framework of investigation. Cunningham did not realize how old Harappa artifacts were.
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Ishita Rawat 11 months ago

Harappan obtain red colour of carnelian by firing the yellowish raw materials and beads at various stages of production

Sneha Devi 11 months ago

Harappan obtain red colour of carnelian by firing the yellowish raw materials and beads at various stages of production
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Preeti Dabral 11 months ago

  1. This movement was training for self-rule.
  2. For the first time, since 1857, the foundation of British rule was shaken.

Ishita Rawat 11 months ago

This movement was training for self-rule. For the first time, since 1857, the foundation of British rule was shaken.
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Himanshi Sharma 11 months ago

Issue on the sharing of Ganga Brahmaputra river Bangladesh is the part of India's look east policy Bangladesh refused to allow India troops to pass through its territory to reach at north east region . Bangladesh supports anti Indian Islamic groups Bangladesh believed that India performed armed rebellion at Chittagong hill tract
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Ishita Rawat 11 months ago

Ain i Akbari composed by Abu'l Fazal

Kumari Khushi Khushi 1 year, 1 month ago

History

Kumari Khushi Khushi 1 year, 1 month ago

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Dawa Rinzing Sherpa 1 year, 1 month ago

Ain i Akbari composed by Abu'l Fazal
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Sneha Devi 11 months ago

Theme 5 - Q. How do IBN Batutta account help us to reconstruct the history of urban life in medieval time? Explain. (8m)
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Komal Yadav 11 months, 2 weeks ago

Mauryan empire established the centralisation system and conquered from Afghanistan in the west to Kalinga of Orissa in the east

Yash Acharya 1 year, 1 month ago

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

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Riya Kumari 1 year, 1 month 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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