Social and Cultural History of India Since 1556

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On Social and Cultural History of India since 1556 in detail. It also deals with Indian Islam, Growth of New India, Regeneration of Indian Society and Freedom Struggle.

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N. Jayapalan
Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (1999)
ISBN 10: 8171568262 ISBN 13: 9788171568260
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Book Description Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book deals with all aspects of Social and Cultural History of India Since 1556 in detail and in a simple lucid manner. The first five chapters of the book make a quick survey of the Social and Cultural History of India from Mughals to the 19th Century. The next five chapters deal with Indian Islam, Growth of New India, Regeneration of Indian Society, the Freedom Struggle and March of Free India. Overwhelming stress has been laid on Social and Cultural affairs throughout this book. An attempt has been made to describe how men and women lived and thought and how their lives influenced by the great figures that have passed were of human history. The descriptions are brief and accurate. The chapter on Ô The Freedom StruggleÔ takes readers back again to British India where the intense struggles were at length fought out during the British period with its far reaching results for good and ill. The book would be of great value to the students as well as the teachers. Even a laymen would enjoy reading the book because of its simple style.1. Mughal India (1556-177) (i) Social Structure under the Mughals-The Ruling Class-Mansabdars-Jagirdars-Zamindars-Peasants-Women-Life in Towns-Cities and Villages (ii) Education (iii) Art and Architecture-Painting-Music (iv) Literature (v) Social and Cultural History of the Marathas 2. European Penetration (i) Rediscovery of IndiaÔ s Past-Growth of Indology-Social and Cultural Policy of East India Company-Policy of non-intervention (ii) Activities of Christian Missionaries and growth of humanitarianism. 3. Changes after 1858 Divide and Rule-Hindu-Muslim Relations-Racial antagonism of the rulers-Impoverishment of the Peasants-Ruin of artisans and craftsmen-Poverty and Famine 4. Development of Education Under East India Company-Spread of Western Education. Its impact of Indian Society 5. Renascent India The 19th, Century Renaissance-Social and Cultural Reawakening-Hindu Reforms and Revival Movements-Brahmo Samaj-Arya Samaj-The Rama Krishna Mission-Theosophical Movement 6. Indian Islam (i) The Muslim Reformist Movements-Aligarh Movement. The Dar-ul-Ulum Deoband-Ahamadiya Movement (ii) Religious Reforms among the Parsis and Sikhs 7. Growth of New India (i) Social Reforms in the second half of the 19th Century (ii) Emancipation of Women (iii) Social Legislations 8. Regeneration of Indian Society (i) Caste Movements (Maharashtra, Kerala and Andhra) (ii) PeasantsÔ Revolts (iii) Deccan Riots (iv) Mopilla-uprising (v) Tribal Revolts in Central and Eastern India 9. The Freedom Struggle (i) Social background of the Indian National Movement (ii) Emergence of New Social Classes-Role of thinkers, writers, press, literature, women and youth in the National Movement (iii) The Growth of Communalism its Social and Cultural base 1. March of Free India (i) Social Change since Independence through Constitutional Safeguards (ii) Strategy for the development of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Minorities (iii) New Educational Policy (iv) Promotion of Arts and Letters (a) Lalit Kala Academy (b) Sangeet Natak Academy (c) National School of Drama (d) Sahitya Academy (e) Zonal Cultural Centres Index Printed Pages: 180. Seller Inventory # 92531

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N. Jayapalan
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Book Description Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book deals with all aspects of Social and Cultural History of India Since 1556 in detail and in a simple lucid manner. The first five chapters of the book make a quick survey of the Social and Cultural History of India from Mughals to the 19th Century. The next five chapters deal with Indian Islam, Growth of New India, Regeneration of Indian Society, the Freedom Struggle and March of Free India. Overwhelming stress has been laid on Social and Cultural affairs throughout this book. An attempt has been made to describe how men and women lived and thought and how their lives influenced by the great figures that have passed were of human history. The descriptions are brief and accurate. The chapter on █¸The Freedom Struggle █¬ takes readers back again to British India where the intense struggles were at length fought out during the British period with its far reaching results for good and ill. The book would be of great value to the students as well as the teachers. Even a laymen would enjoy reading the book because of its simple style.1. Mughal India (1556-177) (i) Social Structure under the Mughals-The Ruling Class-Mansabdars-Jagirdars-Zamindars-Peasants-Women-Life in Towns-Cities and Villages (ii) Education (iii) Art and Architecture-Painting-Music (iv) Literature (v) Social and Cultural History of the Marathas 2. European Penetration (i) Rediscovery of India █¬s Past-Growth of Indology-Social and Cultural Policy of East India Company-Policy of non-intervention (ii) Activities of Christian Missionaries and growth of humanitarianism. 3. Changes after 1858 Divide and Rule-Hindu-Muslim Relations-Racial antagonism of the rulers-Impoverishment of the Peasants-Ruin of artisans and craftsmen-Poverty and Famine 4. Development of Education Under East India Company-Spread of Western Education. Its impact of Indian Society 5. Renascent India The 19th, Century Renaissance-Social and Cultural Reawakening-Hindu Reforms and Revival Movements-Brahmo Samaj-Arya Samaj-The Rama Krishna Mission-Theosophical Movement 6. Indian Islam (i) The Muslim Reformist Movements-Aligarh Movement. The Dar-ul-Ulum Deoband-Ahamadiya Movement (ii) Religious Reforms among the Parsis and Sikhs 7. Growth of New India (i) Social Reforms in the second half of the 19th Century (ii) Emancipation of Women (iii) Social Legislations 8. Regeneration of Indian Society (i) Caste Movements (Maharashtra, Kerala and Andhra) (ii) Peasants █¬ Revolts (iii) Deccan Riots (iv) Mopilla-uprising (v) Tribal Revolts in Central and Eastern India 9. The Freedom Struggle (i) Social background of the Indian National Movement (ii) Emergence of New Social Classes-Role of thinkers, writers, press, literature, women and youth in the National Movement (iii) The Growth of Communalism its Social and Cultural base 1. March of Free India (i) Social Change since Independence through Constitutional Safeguards (ii) Strategy for the development of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Minorities (iii) New Educational Policy (iv) Promotion of Arts and Letters (a) Lalit Kala Academy (b) Sangeet Natak Academy (c) National School of Drama (d) Sahitya Academy (e) Zonal Cultural Centres Index Printed Pages: 180. Seller Inventory # 92531BV

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Book Description Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book deals with all aspects of Social and Cultural History of India Since 1556 in detail and in a simple lucid manner. The first five chapters of the book make a quick survey of the Social and Cultural History of India from Mughals to the 19th Century. The next five chapters deal with Indian Islam, Growth of New India, Regeneration of Indian Society, the Freedom Struggle and March of Free India. Overwhelming stress has been laid on Social and Cultural affairs throughout this book. An attempt has been made to describe how men and women lived and thought and how their lives influenced by the great figures that have passed were of human history. The descriptions are brief and accurate. The chapter on █¸The Freedom Struggle █¬ takes readers back again to British India where the intense struggles were at length fought out during the British period with its far reaching results for good and ill. The book would be of great value to the students as well as the teachers. Even a laymen would enjoy reading the book because of its simple style.1. Mughal India (1556-177) (i) Social Structure under the Mughals-The Ruling Class-Mansabdars-Jagirdars-Zamindars-Peasants-Women-Life in Towns-Cities and Villages (ii) Education (iii) Art and Architecture-Painting-Music (iv) Literature (v) Social and Cultural History of the Marathas 2. European Penetration (i) Rediscovery of India █¬s Past-Growth of Indology-Social and Cultural Policy of East India Company-Policy of non-intervention (ii) Activities of Christian Missionaries and growth of humanitarianism. 3. Changes after 1858 Divide and Rule-Hindu-Muslim Relations-Racial antagonism of the rulers-Impoverishment of the Peasants-Ruin of artisans and craftsmen-Poverty and Famine 4. Development of Education Under East India Company-Spread of Western Education. Its impact of Indian Society 5. Renascent India The 19th, Century Renaissance-Social and Cultural Reawakening-Hindu Reforms and Revival Movements-Brahmo Samaj-Arya Samaj-The Rama Krishna Mission-Theosophical Movement 6. Indian Islam (i) The Muslim Reformist Movements-Aligarh Movement. The Dar-ul-Ulum Deoband-Ahamadiya Movement (ii) Religious Reforms among the Parsis and Sikhs 7. Growth of New India (i) Social Reforms in the second half of the 19th Century (ii) Emancipation of Women (iii) Social Legislations 8. Regeneration of Indian Society (i) Caste Movements (Maharashtra, Kerala and Andhra) (ii) Peasants █¬ Revolts (iii) Deccan Riots (iv) Mopilla-uprising (v) Tribal Revolts in Central and Eastern India 9. The Freedom Struggle (i) Social background of the Indian National Movement (ii) Emergence of New Social Classes-Role of thinkers, writers, press, literature, women and youth in the National Movement (iii) The Growth of Communalism its Social and Cultural base 1. March of Free India (i) Social Change since Independence through Constitutional Safeguards (ii) Strategy for the development of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and Minorities (iii) New Educational Policy (iv) Promotion of Arts and Letters (a) Lalit Kala Academy (b) Sangeet Natak Academy (c) National School of Drama (d) Sahitya Academy (e) Zonal Cultural Centres Index Printed Pages: 180. Seller Inventory # 92531

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