Medieval History of India (For B.A.Pass and Honours Students of History)

Item Code: NAF663
Author: J.C. Aggarwal
Publisher: S.Chand and Company Ltd.
Language: English
Edition: 2010
ISBN: 9788121918909
Pages: 359
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch
Weight 320 gm
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Introduction: Survey of Sources of Medienal Indian History
1The Rajput States: Polity and Society (Administrative Sturcture and Institutions)1-8
2Turkish Invaders: Mahmud Ghaznaci and Muhammad Ghori (causes of ht eSuccess of the Turks)9-27
3Foundation and Consolidation of Delhi Sultanate: The Slae Dynasty28-39
4Khalji/khilji Dynasty (1290 to 1320) (conquests, Administrative and Economic Reforms)40-61
5The Tughlaq Dynasty (1320 to 414)62-78
6The Sayed Dynasty and the Lodi Dynasty79-86
7Polity: Kingship and Administraion During the Sultanate Period (State, Political and Administrative Institutions)87-96
8Socio-economic life During the Sultantate Period (Society during the Sultantate Period: Economic and Technological Development)97-101
9The North-West Frontier Policy During the Sultante Period (Mongol Invasios of India)102-105
10Development of Art, Architecture and Literature During the Sultanate Period106-110
11The Bhakti and Sufi Movements (Religion and Culture)111-119
12The Vijayanagara Kingdom and the Bahamni Kingdom (Peninsular India )120-136
13Disintegration of the Delh Sultanate and Rise of Independent States (Fragmentation of the Sultanate and the Rise of Political Kingdoms)137-142
14Babur (1526-1530): Beginning of the Mughal Rule (Advent of the Mughals)143-150
15Humayun (1530-40) and (1555-56)151-157
16Sher Shah Suri (1540-1545) (Second Afghan Empire)158-169
17Akbar (1556-1605) (Consolidation and Terriotorial Expansion:Growth of Composite Ruling Class)170-188
18Jahangir (1605-1627)189-196
19Shah Jahan (1627-1658)197-206
20Aurangzeb (1658-1707)207-223
21Mughal Administration (Mansabdari and Jagirdari: Land Revenue)224-231
22Economy and Nobility During the Mughal Period232-239
23Religious and Social Conditions During the Mughal Rule (Social Classes: Position of Women)240-243
24Deccan Policy of he mughals244-248
25North-West and Frontier Policy of he Mughals249-252
26Religious Policy of the Mughals253-259
27Cultural Development During the Mughals and their Legacy (Progress in Architecture, Painting, Music and Literature)260-269
28Rise of the Marathas : Shivaji (1627-1680)270-280
Short Answer Type Questions281-300
Very short Answer Type Questions301-303
Sources of Medieval Indian history304-305
29Peninsular India : Society, Economy, Religion, Education, Literature, Language, Art and Architecture306-315
30B.A. Examination Question Papers (with answers ) of Different Universities (1999-2001)316-331
A. Essay Type questions
B. Important tBattles: Dates, Places, Winner s and Losers
C. Short Notes on Important Events and Policies etc.
D. Most Prominent Personalities of the Medieval Period(other thant Rulers)
31B.A. Examination Qestion Papers (with Answers ) of Different Universities (2001 to 2004)332-341
32Multiple Choice Test Questions342-345
30Map work with Explanatory Notes.346-358
IExtent of Empires of Rulers
IIImportant Places of Historical Interest.
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