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Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Ancient India: Day 20]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Ancient India: Day 20]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. On the basis of literary sources, give an account of religious belief and rituals of Sangam age. [10 Marks] Ans: The literary evidence presents a picture of elaborate religious development in the Sangam age. The faiths like Brahmanism, Jainism and Buddhism coexisted […]

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Daily Problem Practice [Ancient India: Day 20]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Daily Problem Practice [Ancient India: Day 20]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. On the basis of literary sources, give an account of religious belief and rituals of Sangam age. [10 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled for 2020 Test Series or Daily and Weekly Problem Practice can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 28]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 28]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. Trace the development of land reforms in India between 1947 and early 1960’s. [20 Marks]   Ans: The main characteristics of the agrarian structure which independent India inherited were absentee land ownership; exploitation of tenants through high rents and insecurity of tenure; unequal […]

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Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 28]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 28]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. Trace the development of land reforms in India between 1947 and early 1960’s. [20 Marks]   NOTE: All those enrolled for 2020 Test Series or Daily and Weekly Problem Practice can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after scanning (you can use […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 5]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 5]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. What were the factors responsible for the introduction of Ryotwari settlement in Madras Presidency? Also discuss problems associated with it. [20 Marks] Ans:                           The Ryotwari experiment was started by Alexander Reed […]

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Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 5]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 5]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. What were the factors responsible for the introduction of Ryotwari settlement in Madras Presidency? Also discuss problems associated with it. [20 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled for 2020 Test Series or Daily and Weekly Problem Practice can send their answers for evaluation in […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 14]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 14]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. “… the Kol Insurrection was mainly a war of the tribal inhabitants of Chotanagpur against the non-tribal settlers and service-holders.” Comment. [10 Marks] Ans: The Kol uprising of 1831-32, took place in Chota Nagpur and Singbhum region of Bihar and Orissa. In […]

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Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 14]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Daily Problem Practice [Modern India: Day 14]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. “… the Kol Insurrection was mainly a war of the tribal inhabitants of Chotanagpur against the non-tribal settlers and service-holders.” Comment. [10 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled for 2020 Test Series or Daily and Weekly Problem Practice can send their answers for evaluation […]

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Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Medieval India: Day 17]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Solution: Daily Problem Practice [Medieval India: Day 17]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. Discuss the main features of the Mansabdari and Jagirdari systems under the rule of Akbar. [20 Marks] Ans: Mansab systems: Mansab was a system of organizing army as well as nobility during Mughal period, so that Mughals can spread and enforce their presence in […]

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Daily Problem Practice [Medieval India: Day 17]: 2020 Mains [History Optional]

Daily Problem Practice [Medieval India: Day 17]: 2020 Mains [History Optional] Q. Discuss the main features of the Mansabdari and Jagirdari systems under the rule of Akbar. [20 Marks] NOTE: All those enrolled for 2020 Test Series or Daily and Weekly Problem Practice can send their answers for evaluation in PDF format after scanning (you […]

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