• Useful for History Optional Paper in Civil Services Examination.
  • Map is divided in state wise as well as grid wise. You can remember state as well as grid number in which particular site is located.
  • Sites have been arranged alphabetically. Few sites have multiple names so it can be found in some other Parts also.

 

Part A Click Here             Part BClick Here             Part C – Click Here

Part D- Click Here              Part E – Click Here              Part F- Click Here

Part G – Click Here              Part H- Click Here              Part I – Click Here

Part J – Click Here              Part K – Click Here              Part L – Click Here

Part M – Click Here            Part N- Click Here              Part O – Click Here

Part P- Click Here              Part Q – Click Here              Part R- Click Here 

Part S – Click Here              Part T – Click Here              Part U – Click Here

Part V – Click Here              Part W – Click Here            Part X – Click Here

Part Y – Click Here              Part Z – Click Here

Solution of Map Based Questions [Password Same as the Solution of Ancient India]

Map Based Questions with Solution of 2016 Main Examination

Map Based Questions with Solution of 2015 Main Examination

Map Based Questions with Solution of 2014 Main Examination

Map Based Questions with Solution of 2013 Main Examination

Important Historical Sites [ONLY for 2018 Full Test Series Enrolled Students]

Palaeolithic Sites

Mesolithic Sites

Neolithic Sites

Early Harappan Sites

Harappan Sites / Indus valley Civilisations

Late Harappan Sites

Chalcolithic Sites

Ancient Ports

Painted Grey Ware Sites

NBPW Sites

Megalithic Sites

Ancient Capitals / Cities

Temple Sites

Education centre

Inscriptional site

Buddhist Site

Ancient cave painting sites

Historical Caves

Famous Forts

Fossil Sites

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64 Comments »

  1. Thank you for the effort. Have you covered all the available sites? Can we solely rely on this source for map practice?

  2. how you have drawn grid lines on map ..you haven’t taken longitude or latitude as a reference.. can you explain the method for drawing the grids?

    • Taking longitude and latitude is not desirable if one wants to make it simple. Grid lines are drawn from specific “critical” points on the border which one needs to remember. Critical points could be lowermost point in Tamilnadu, leftmost point in gujarat etc. This is not difficult to remember as there are only 9 or 10 vertical and horizontal lines.

  3. Sir your history through maps is nice but there is one problem.when I am going to click on the sites then it does not open e.g chalcolithic sites,harappan sites etc.only three sites namely neo,meso and Paleolithic being open and others are not….plz reply…

  4. sir please complete the other list. your forum is the only place where i found dealing with map section according to the changing needs of UPSC. thanks for the efforts. you are immensely saving our time.

  5. I am visiting the page after very long and pleasantly surprised with the improvements..!! Great work. Keep it up..:)

  6. All Lithic Sites are not found in your categories of A B C D which you mention in important history optioal sites category. So provide all list of neo,meso,paleo.

  7. It will be extremely helpful if you complete other lists also which can’t be clicked now. Preparing for this Mains with History optional and a lot to do in very less time. Please complete a few more at least.

  8. SIR RIGHT NOW I AM PREPARING THROUGH SITES AND CONCEPTS FROM NCERTs OLD AND NEW WHAT WOULD BE NEXT STEP IN THIS DIRECTION . REFERENCE FOR SPECIFIC MATERIALS IF NEEDED

  9. Hello my dear Indian,
    Thank u very much for this website and initiative. You are doing amazing work for many rural aspirants. I have a small request for you, since many days you didn’t updated Important Historical Sites link. Till today only first three links are updated under this section. 1. Palaeolithic Site 2. Mesolithic Sites 3.Neolithic Sites.
    Will you update remaining topic link? I give last year’s mains, your website helps me a lot. Now this year I am looking forward with strong hopes. Please help us. Keep it up. Thank you.

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