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priyansha_thapa •
8 Mar 2020

Jainism : One Among Top Religions, History And Its Emergence

Jainism : One Among Top Religions, History And Its Emergence

Jainism, traditionally known as Jain Dharma, is an ancient Indian religion. The five Mahavrata (important principles) of Jainism are Ahimsa, Satya,

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priyansha_thapa •
15 Mar 2020

Chola Dynasty : Brief Overview On Rulers, Literature, Trade and architecture (southern India)

Chola Dynasty : Brief Overview On Rulers, Literature, Trade and architecture (southern India)

Chola dynasty was a Tamil dynasty of Southern India, one of the longest-ruling dynasties in world history. The early periods of the Chola rule saw t

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priyansha_thapa •
29 Mar 2020

King Harsha: Ruler Of North India (Vardhana Dynasty), Ancient Indian History

King Harsha: Ruler Of North India (Vardhana Dynasty), Ancient Indian History

The most important battle fought by Harshavardhan was against Chalukyanruler Pulakeshin II with the ambition to extend his empire beyondThe Narmad

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priyansha_thapa •
14 Apr 2020

The Sangam Age : Sangam Literature And Books

The Sangam Age : Sangam Literature And Books

Sangam literature also referred to as Cankam literature connotes the ancient Tamil literature and is the earliest known literature of South In

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priyansha_thapa •
9 May 2020

The Eighth-century Tripartite Power Struggle Was Among Which Of The Following?

Ques.The eighth-century tripartite power struggle was among which of the following?

1 of 1 〉 The Eighth-century Tripartite Power Struggle Was Among Which Of The Following?
  • 1.Cholas, Rastrakutas and Yadavas
  • 2.Chalukyas, Pallavas and Pandyas
  • 3. Cholas, Pandyas and Chalukyas
  • 4.Cholas, Pandyas and Chalukyas

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priyansha_thapa •
28 Feb 2020

Gupta Empire : The Golden Age Of India

Gupta Empire : The Golden Age Of India

After the fall of the Mauryan Empire, the Kushans and the Satavahanas had held power. Gupta Empire replaced the Kushans in the North and gave

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pooja agnihotri •
25 Nov 2021

The Stone Age | Ancient History Notes

The Stone Age | Ancient History Notes

In the late 19th century, the term ‘Stone Age’, was coined by - The Danish scholar CHRISTIAN J. THOMSEN, on the basis of the technological framework f

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shruti jayewar •
30 Nov 2021

Quiz on Indus Valley Civilization | Art And Culture/ Heritage

Quiz on Indus Valley Civilization | Art And Culture/ Heritage

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

1 of 15 〉 Which things Indus Valley Civilization export to the Mesopotamian

Timber and Ebony

2 of 15 〉 Which process they use for art craft making

Lost-wax casting process

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pooja agnihotri •
1 Dec 2021

How was India in 1750 ? How Mughal Empire Declined and Successor States emerged ?

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

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pooja agnihotri •
1 Dec 2021

Civil rebellions and tribal uprisings . What led to ruin of Indian Handicraft industries ?

    The civil rebellions began as British rule was established in Bengal and Bihar, and they occurred in area after area as it was incorpora

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pooja agnihotri •
1 Dec 2021

How Company expanded it's rule in India ? What led to conflict with Tipu Sultan ?

    After the Battle of Buxar (1764), the Company appointed Residents in Indian states. Through the Residents, the Company officials began interferi

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pooja agnihotri •
1 Dec 2021

Popular Uprisings and Revolts against the British. Why did Sepoys Revolt?

    The British as part of their policy to control Indian territories introduced many changes – which influenced the Indian society, polity, and eco

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