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The Vedic literature

Vedic culture – Culture represented in vedas. The word vedas is derived from ‘vidi’ which means to know. Vedas are transferred from one generation to other verbally, and therefore it is also called as shruti or Revelation. The vedic literature is divided into 4 Vedas Brahmanas Aranyakas Upanishads The vedas: : They are divided into […]

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DECLINE OF THE MAURYAN EMPIRE

DECLINE OF THE MAURYAN  EMPIRE The reason for the decline of the Mauryan Empire are as follows Partition of Mauryan Empire It is the immediate cause for the decline of the Mauryan dynasty After the death of Asoka Mauryan Empire was divided into two halves.It made the dynasty weak Had the partition not taken place […]

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Fall of Colonial Empire in India – 3

Indian National Movement On 28 December 1885 Indian National Congress (INC) was founded in the premises of Gokuldas Tejpal Sanskrit School at Bombay. It was presided over by W.C Banerjee and attended by 72 delegates. A.O Hume played an instrumental role in the foundation of INC with an aim to provide Safety Valve to the […]

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Fall of Colonial Empire in India – 2

The Regulating Act, 1773 First attempt by the British Parliament to regulate the affairs of the Company. End of Dual Government. Provided for centralization of Administration of Company’s territories in Indian. Governor of Bengal became Governor-general for all British territories in India. Governor General and council of 4 members appointed for Bengal. Bombay and Madras […]

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Fall of Colonial Empire in India – 1

Introduction: India was a direct colony of the British and the impact of this colonial rule over the economy, society and polity of India has been quite deep. Many serious consequences of the British Colonial Rule are still persisting and this makes the study of colonial phase of India very relevant for understanding many contemporary […]

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Federal system of Government

Governments are classified into unitary and federal on the basis of the nature of relations between the national government and the regional governments. By definition, a unitary government is one in which all the powers are vested in the national government and the regional governments, if at all exist, derive their authority from the national […]

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