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A Brief History Of Modern India

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A Brief History of Modern India deals with the events that shaped the happening after the decline of the Mughal empire and the rise of East India Company and the advent of British rule in the country.

Being only a brief history, the important events which includes Indian Mutiny for a nationalistic point of view India’s first war of independence in 1857 to attaining freedom in 1947 have been structured in a timeline that is easy to understand.

Written in an easy to understand language, the book is a good ready reckoner for many competitive examinations such as banks, state and union civil services examinations.

Major contents of the book are Revolt of 1857, Religious and Social Reform Movements, National Movement, Administrative Changes After 1857, Development of Indian Press, Civil Rebellions and Tribal Uprisings-1757-1900, Peasant Movements-1857-1947, Movement of Working Class, and Evolution of Nationalist Foreign Policy.

In addition, the book also lays emphasis on personalities associated with specific movements such as peasant and tribal movements as well as the freedom movement. At the end of each chapter important points have been tabulated as bullet points, charts or in tables for quick review.

For students as well as candidates preparing for competitive examinations, the book has nearly all important details that would meet the level of knowledge required for preparation. End of chapter key points are there for making a quick revision and for undergoing a self-analysis about recalling historical facts.

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