There was an unprecedent and continuous growth of rural indebtedness under the British rule in India. The growth of Agricultural labor during British Rule.
First Indian School for Girls British and American missionaries are the first to start schools for girls in India. Such schools were established in as early as 1810. The missionaries started many schools for girls in Bengal region. Following them, The Ladies Society for Native Female Education in...
The History of India: Integration of Indian States. The origin of the process of the integration of Indian States could be traced back to the late 18th and early 19th centuries when the England East India Company began acquiring large tracts of land in India.
This is a essay about "Developing India after Independence"
3 most memorable battles fought by Chola Kings. Battle of Thirupurambium, Battle of Thakkolam, Battle of Chevur. These three battles are most important battles of the Chola history.
A large part of King Shivaji's army consisted of Muslims. This is a short introduction to the contribution of Muslims in the mission of the great king Shivaji (1630-1674)
Commercialisation of Agriculture during British Rule in India; Revolutionary changes had occurred in the agrarian property relations towards the end of the 18th century. This was over a period of time, followed by a commercial revolution in the agricultural sector. Commercialization of agriculture...
The Kingdom of Mysore was the last Indian state to defeat the British in a war. What made them unique and different, and what led them to being defeated regardless?
Social and Economic Conditions in Mauryan Age. Scholars writing on the Mauryan social organisation have often quoted Megasthenes and his division of Indian society into the following seven categories: philosophers, cultivators, herdsmen, artisans and traders, soldiers, overseers and councilors.
The Nalanda University in India was a center of learning from 450 to 1197 AD. It was destroyed by the Turk invader Bakhtiar Khalji, in 1193 AD. The word Nalanda means insatiable in giving.