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Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 3]

Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 3] Q.1 “The reform movements were influenced by two important intellectual criteria: rationalism and religious universalism.” Critically examine. [20 Marks] Ans: From early 19th century India witnessed a series of socio-religious reform movement in various part of the country which was oriented towards restructuring […]

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Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 3]

Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 3] Q.1 “The reform movements were influenced by two important intellectual criteria: rationalism and religious universalism.” Critically examine. [20 Marks] Q.2 “Widow Remarriage Act was a logical sequel to the abolition of Sati”. Critically Comment. [10 Marks] Q.3 Critically analyse the progress of Science in the […]

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Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 2]

Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 2] Q.1 “Bengal’s Permanent land settlement gave rise to the absentee landlordism.” Comment. [10 Marks] Q.2 “The establishment of British rule led to the complete ruining of traditional industries (handicrafts) in India.” Critically examine. [20 Marks] Q.3 Trace the development of the famine policy of […]

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Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 2]

Solution: Weekly Problem Practice For History Optional- 2023 [Modern India: Week 2] Q.1 “Bengal’s Permanent land settlement gave rise to the absentee landlordism.” Comment. [10 Marks] Ans: The Permanent Settlement system introduced by Lord Cornwallis in Bengal and Bihar in 1793 under which land revenue was fixed permanently. The state demand was fixed at 89% of […]

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