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BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [World History]

BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [World History] A. Geographical Discoveries. – Decline of feudalism; beginnings of capitalism. Renaissance and reformation  in Europe.  The new absolute monarchies – Emergence of the Nation State Commercial revolution in Western Europe – Mercantilism.  Growth of Parliamentary institutions in England.  The Thirty Year’s War. Its significance in European History.  Ascendancy of […]

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BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [Ancient India]

BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [Ancient India] 1.  The Indus Civilisation: Origins extent, characteristic features, major cities, trade and contacts, causes of decline, survival and continuity. How significant are the pre/early Harappan sites/villages in Sind and Baluchistan to our understanding of the origins of the Harappan Civilization.  सिंध और बालूचिस्तान में सिंधु घाटी सभ्यता के […]

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BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [Medieval India]

BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [Medieval India] I. Political and social conditions: the Rajputs their polity and social Structure, Land structure, and its impacts on society.   Discuss the origin and the salient features of Indian Feudalism. How for was its different to the European Feudalism? भारतीय सामन्तवाद की उत्पत्ति एवम् प्रमुख तत्त्वों […]

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BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [Modern India]

BPSC Mains History Optional Previous Years Question Bank [Modern India] 1. Historical Forces and Factors which led to the British conquest of India with special reference to Bengal, Maharashtra and Sind resistance of Indian powers and causes of their failure.  Discuss the factors which provided an opportunity to the Britishers to establish  their political hegemony […]

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Rise of Modern Industries in British India

Rise of Modern Industries in British India An important development in the second half of the 19th century was the establishment of large scale machine-based industries in India. Though it was confined mainly to the plantations and a few consumers goods industries like textiles. There was limited development of mining like coal and iron. The […]

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Trade and Commerce in Early Medieval India: Part I

Trade and Commerce in Early Medieval India: Part I The nature and extent of the use of money, the functioning of market the role of agriculture production and stages in the conditions of urban settlements are interrelated development. All these are also related to system of land grant. The overall picture of trade and commerce […]

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Trade and Commerce in Early Medieval India: Part II

Trade and Commerce in Early Medieval India: Part II Aspects of Trade The increased agricultural production and the momentum picked by industrial and craft production were responsible for giving rise to a hierarchy of exchange centres. Inter-regional and intra-regional exchange networks were creating cracks in the relatively closed village economy of the first phase (c. […]

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