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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-L

(1) Lakhajoar In Madhya Pradesh Cave painting (animal paintings) of Mesolithic period Other similar site in MP are Jaora, kathotia, Kharwar. (2) Lahore Lahore successively served as a regional capital of the empires of the Shahi kingdoms in the 11th century, the Ghaznavids in the 12th century, the Ghurid State in the 12th and 13th […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-K

(1) Kabul Kabul is over 3,500 years old and many empires have controlled the city which is at a strategic location along the trade routes of South and Central Asia. The area of the Kabul valley was ruled by the Medes before falling to the Achaemenids. There is a reference to a settlement called Kabura […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-J

(1) Jagannathpuri  Puri is situated in the coastal area of Odissa located 60 kilometres south of the Bhubaneswar. Shankaracharya founded his Eastern Dhan (Jagannath Peeth) at Puri. Puri is also known as Jagannath Puri after the Jagannath Temple located in the city. According to copper plates of the Ganga dynasty, the construction Jagannath temple was […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART I

(1) Imlidih Khurd In Gorakhpur district on the bank of Kuwana river. Chalcolithic and Neolithic Period 1, Pre-Narhan culture (1300 BCE) : Crude handmade redware. Remains of wattle-and-daub houses, a storage pit, ovens. Bones of domesticated cattle, sheep goat pigs. Artifacts- terracotta, beads of agate, faience, steatite micro beads, bone points, pottery discs Plant remains: rice, […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-H

(1) Haldighati Battle of Haldighati: On June 21, 1576 , the armies of Pratap and Akbar (led by Syed Hashim) met at Haldighati, near the town of Gogunda.The battle of Haldighati has commanded a lasting presence in Rajasthani folklore, and the persona of Pratap Singh (2) Halebid / Dwarsamudra   It is in Hassan district […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-G

(1) Gandhara Gandhara was an ancient kingdom in modern-day states of northern Pakistan and northeastern Afghanistan. Evidence of Stone Age human inhabitants of Gandhara, including stone tools and burnt bones, was discovered at Sanghao near Mardan in area caves. The artifacts are 15,000 to 30,000 years old. 1.Mother Goddess (fertility divinity), possibly derived from the […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-E,F

(1) Edakkal Edakkal is in Wayanad district of Kerala.The tallest mountain in the district, Ambukuthi mala, is located here. Three pre-historic caves known as the Edakkal Caves had been discovered on Ambukuthi mala. There are Stone Age pictorial writings on the walls of these natural caves. The older group of cave paintings and engravings, going […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-D

(1) Dabhol Dabhol is a small seaport town in the Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra in the Konkan region. In the 15th and 16th centuries, Dabul trade center, first under the Bahmani, later under the Adil Shahi sultans of Bijapur. At its height, it was the most important port between Chaul and Goa. It used to […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-B

(1) Badami / Vatapi Blue: Pattadakal, Green: Badami, Red: Aihole   Vatapi is in Bagalkot district of Karnataka. It was the capital of the Early Chalukyas, who ruled between the 6th and 8th centuries. It was founded in 540 AD by Pulakeshi I, an early ruler of the Chalukyas. The Pallavas under the king Narasimhavarma I seized […]

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INDIAN HISTORY THROUGH MAP- PART-C

(1) Calicut (Kozhikode) Calicut is situated on the Malabar Coast of Kerala which was the capital of Malabar during the time of Zamorins. It was an important commercial port of the ancient and medieval period. It has traded in spices with Jews, Arabs, and Chinese for hundreds of years. Here traders had full freedom and […]

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