This is a essay about "Developing India after Independence"
Mahalwari system was introduced in 1833 during the period of Warren Hastings. It was introduced in Central Province, North-West Frontier, Agra, Punjab, Gangetic Valley, etc of British India.
INDIAN ADMINISTRATION IN VEDIC PERIOD Aryan tribes were patriarchal in nature with the tribal chief as the leader. Owing to the constant need for protection, tribes elected the most capable as their chief. Early monarchs failed to develop...
When Hitler refused to help more to Subhash Chandra Bose for his struggle against British, the latter decided to go to Japan for his military activities. Hitler sent him to Japan through a submarine. Bose's submarine journey was dangerous, but finally he was successful to reach Japan.
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...
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)
Several stories related to Mahabharata are associated with Himachal Pradesh. During exile, the Pandavas visited different places and the people proudly believe in the folklore of their epic heroes.
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.
Indian handicrafts were famous all over the world. The fine silk fabrics were manufactured at Murshidabad, shawl making industry was localized in Kashmir, Bengal and Gujarat were famous for their cotton and Muslin-fabrics.
Zamindari System was introduced by Cornwallis in 1793 through Permanent Settlement Act. It was introduced in provinces of Bengal, Bihar, Orissa and Varanasi.