How did British rule affect the Indian Villages and what are the changes introduced by them in India ?
Once the British gained power, they introduced many changes in the Economic, Political, and Social spheres. We have seen that India in the 1750s saw
Miniature paintings are colorful handmade paintings and are quite colorful but small in size. The best part of these paintings is the complex and deli
Indus Valley civilisation is the very first civilisation found to exist in the ancient Indian history. It was situated with the bank of Indus river (n
Timber and Ebony2 of 15 〉 Which process they use for art craft making
Lost-wax casting process
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The Mughal rulers who came to power after the death of Aurangzeb (1707), are known as the later Mughals.Later Mughals were weak and couldn’t hold the
There had been trading relations between India and the west from ancient times itself (land route).However, in 1453, the Ottoman Turks captured Consta
After the Battle of Buxar (1764), the Company appointed Residents in Indian states. Through the Residents, the Company officials began interferi
How did the Governor-Generals contributed in British Conquest and all about the setting up of New Administration.
Warren Hastings (Governor-General 1773 to 1785) played a significant role in the expansion of Company power.By his time the Company had acquired power
By the 13th century, Indian indigo was being used by cloth manufacturers in Italy, France and Britain to dye cloth. However, only small amounts of Ind
By the 18th century Madras, Calcutta and Bombay had become important ports.The English East India Company built its factories (i.e., mercantile office
The British as part of their policy to control Indian territories introduced many changes – which influenced the Indian society, polity, and eco
The civil rebellions began as British rule was established in Bengal and Bihar, and they occurred in area after area as it was incorpora
The most militant and widespread of the peasant movements was the Indigo Revolt of 1859-60.
What were the differences among the major land revenue systems in British India ie Zamindari, Ryotwari and Mahalwari?
Tax from the land was a major source of revenue for the kings and emperors from ancient times.
What are the Trade Unions or Labour Unions? What are the new reforms introduced in the labour domain?
In a globalized world, it is equally important to protect the interests of workers along with that of industrialists. At a time when the Government of
This era was marked by increasing militancy and a revolutionary approach. It also saw multiple split-ups in the movement. Leaders like N.M Joshi and V
India’s decisive shift towards market-led growth post-1991 has raised a lot of questions about the role of labour unions. Often, they are seen as an i