UNIT - I History of Medieval India (1206-1739 A.D.)
1. Sources of Medieval Indian History, 2. Establishment and Consolidation of Delhi Sultanate : Salve Dynasty Qutubuddin Aibak and Iltutmish, 3. Razia Sultan and Balban, 4. The Khilji Dynasty : Alauddin Khilji’s Conquest and Reforms, 5. Mohammad Bin Tughlaq and Firozshah Tughlaq, 6. Vijaynagar and Bahamani Kingdom, 7.Role of Rana Kumbha and Rana Sanga in Medieval Period, 8.Mughal Invansion : Babur and Humayun, 9. Sher Shah Suri : Achievements and Administration, 10. Akbar : Administrative and Cultural Achievements, 11. Jahangir, 12. Shahjehan, 13. Consolidation of the Marathas : Shivaji’s Conquest and his Administration, 14. Mughal-Sikh Relations, 15. Aurangzeb—The Religious Policy and the Deccan Policy, 16. Downfall of Mughal Empire, 17. Invasion of Nadirshah and its Impact, 18. Economic Life of Sultanate Period, Industry, Trade and Agriculture, 19. Social Life of Sultanate Period and Status of Women, 20.Mughal Administration, 21. Economic Life During the Mughal Period—Agriculture-Industries, Business and Commerce, 22. Saint Tradition in India, 23. bhakti and Sufi Movement and Prominent Saints, 24. Architecture During the Mughal Period, 25. Role of Noorjahan, Jijabai and Chandbibi in History.
UNIT - II History of Medieval India (1740-1947 A.D.)
1. Sources of Modern Indian History, 2. Advent of Europens in Indian, 3. Anglo-French Conflict in Karnataka, 4. The Third Battle of Panipat, 5. Establishment of East India Company—Battle of Plassey and Buxer and Dual Government in Bengal, 6. Reforms of Warren Hastings, 7. Reforms of Lord Cornwallis, 8. Lord Wellesley and Subsidiary Alliances with Indian State, 9. Ranjeet Singh and his Achievements, 10. Lord Hastings : Establishment of British Supremacy and Reforms, 11. Lord Hastings : Establishment of British Supremacy and Reforms, 12. Lord William Bentick and his Reforms, 13. First Freedom Movement of 1857 : Causes, Events, Nature, Results and Impact, 14. Role of Laxmibai, Awantibai and Baijabai in Freedom Struggle, 15. Indian Renaissance—Social and Religious ovements, 16. Social Legislation Passed by the British Govt. : Women’s Education, Status and Rights and Different Movements, 17. Queen Victoria’s Proclamation, 18. Internal Administration of Lord Lytton and Lord Ripon, 19. Political Association and the Indian National Congress, 20. Moderates, 21. Extremits and Partition of Bengal, 22. Swadeshi Movement, 23. The Revolutionary Movement in India , 24. Home Rule Movement, Lucknow Pact, Rowlat Act and Jalianwala Bag Massacre, 25. Gandhian Era-Khilafat and Non-Looperation Movement, Lahore Congress, Civil Disobedience Movement, Quite India Movement and Round Table Conference, 26. Swarajists and Siman Commission, 27. Role of Revolutionarists in National Movement—Ras Bihari Bose, Ram Prasad Bismil, Bhagat Singh and Chandrashekar Azad, 28. Cripps Mission, Shimla Conference, Cabinet Mission Plan and Indian National Army, 29. Communal Politics and Partition of India, 30. Indian Independence Act, 1947.
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