Category Archives: Modern History

Here, we have compiled a comprehensive study material on History of Modern India with five major chapters like Decline of Mughal and Maratha Empire, Rise of the Regional States and European Power, British Paramountcy and Acts, 18th Century Revolts and Reform and Indian National Movement. All the topics under each chapter are covered in detail in the form of Study notes.
“History of Modern India” topic as a part of History is a very important section as far as the Syllabus of any competitive examination is possible, especially Civil Services exams.

Keeping the Importance of this topic in mind, we have compiled the study material of “History of Modern India” into 5 Sections for better understanding of the stages of development in Modern India, why certain events happened and analysis of the consequences of such developments that paves an impact on our society, economy and our political system.

The Rajput States – Complete Notes about Rajput Rulers

The Rajput States

The Rajput States Rajputana- There was an expansion of aggressive and expansionist Turk tribesmen in the North-western India whose main mode of warfare was rapid advance and retreat. The disintegration of Gurjara-Pratiharas in North-Western India led to a time of Political uncertainty. The Ghaznavids Mahmud (998-1030) ascended the throne of Ghazni Firdausi was a court-poet…

Geographical Indication (GI) – Meaning, Objectives, Examples and FAQs

Geographical Indication (GI) – Meaning, Objectives, Examples and FAQs

A Geographical Indication (GI) tag is given to an entrepreneur or a group of businessmen of a particular area/state/country to manufacturer goods of good quality.The GI tags are issued as per the Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act,1999. Meaning of Geographical Indication (GI) Tag:- A Geographical Indication (GI) is a name or symbol…

GOI Act 1935 – Government Of Indian Act 1935 Point wise explanation

GOI Act 1935 – Government Of Indian Act 1935 Point wise explanation

Government Of Indian Act 1935   Positive aspects of judiciary under British Negative aspects of judiciary under British 1. Rule of law was established. 1. Judicial system became more and more complicated and Expensive. 2. Codified laws replaced the religious and personal personal laws of ruler’s. 2. Court became overburdened as litigation Increased. 3. Even…

History of Rajputs: Rajput Provinces of India Must Know

History of Rajputs: Rajput Provinces of India Must Know

The principal Rajput States or Provinces were Mewar (Udaipur) Marwar (Jodhpur) and Amber (Jaipur) who were alienated from the Mughal Empire due to the religious and administrative policies of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The principal Rajput states of Mewar (Udaipur) Marwar (Jodhpur) and Amber (Jaipur) were alienated from the Mughal Empire due to the religious and administrative policies…