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Volume – I

Preface

The new syllabi in Social Studies devised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training have necessitated the writing of new books on this subject. In the Junior Middle stage, separate books on History, Geography and Civics are required. The present book 'New History of India' is an attempt to cater for the needs of the beginners in this direction.

The book has been prepared in strict conformity with the prescribed syllabs and contains material quite up-to-date. The language is simple yet impressive. The level of maturity of the students of age group 10-11 years has been kept in steady view. An effort has been made to present the matter in a simple, lucid and connected style.

A special feature of the book is the Glossary given at the end of each chapter. Besides adding to the vocabulary, these glossaries teach the students how to pronounce the words accurately. The pronunciation given is based on two most commonly used dictionaries-The Concise Oxford Dictionary and Chambers' Twentieth Century Dictionary.

Volume – II

Preface

The new syllabus of Social Studies devised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training has necessitated the writing of new books on this subject. In the Junior Middle stage separate books on the subjects of History, Geography and Civics are required. The present book 'New History of India' is an attempt to cater to the needs of the students of class VII.

The book has been prepared in strict conformity with the syllabus prescribed for this standard and contains material quite up-to-date. The language is simple et impressive. The level maturity of the students of age group 11 – 12 years has been kept consistently in view. Anefforts has been made to present the matter in a simple, lucid and cogent style.

A special feature of the book is the Glossary given at the end of each chapter. It helps the student add to his vocabulary with accurate pronunciation based on two most commonly used dictionaries The Concise Oxford Dictionary and Chamber's Twentieth Century Dictionary.

We feel delighted to place this book in the hands of our readers and are confident that it will meet their need. Any suggestions for the improvement of the book shall be thankfully received and implemented.

Volume – II

Preface

The new syllabus of Social Studies devised by the National Council of Educational research and Training has necessitated the writing of new books on this subject. At the Junior Middle stage, separate books on the subjects of History, Geography and Civins are required. He present book is an attempt to cater for the needs of students of Class VIII.

The book has been prepared in strict conformity with the syllabus prescribed for this standard. Content-wise it is up-to-date. The language id simpl yet impressive. The level of maturity of the students of age group 12-13 years has been kept in constant view. An effort has been made to present the matter in a simple, lucid and connected style.

A special feature of the book is the Glossary at the end of chapter. Besides adding to the vocabulary, this glossary acquaints the student with the correct pronunciation of the words. The pronunciation given is based on two most commonly used dictionaries –The concise Oxford Dictionary and Chambers' Twentieth Century Dictionary.

We feel delighted to place this book in the hands of our readers and are confident that it will meet their need. Any suggestions for improvement of the book will be thankfully received.

 

Contents

 
Volume -I
 
I. The Primitive Man 5
II. Man Settles Permanently 14
III. River-Valley Civilisations 21
IV. Civilisations of Mesopotamia or the Fertile Crescent 31
V. The Chinese Civilisation 39
VI. Indus Valley Civilisation 47
VII. Aryans Come to India 55
VIII. The Later Aryans 61
IX. The Age of Magadha 69
X. Jainism and Buddhism 76
XI. Rise of the Mauryan Empire 85
XII. Ashoka the Great 92
XIII. Age of the Satvahanas 99
XIV. The Early Tamils 105
XV. The Kushans 110
XVI. The Age of the Guptas 117
XVII. The Age of Harshavardhana 127
XVIII. The Chalukyas and the Pallavas 139
XIX. Greeter India 141
 
Volume -II
 
I. The Rajput Period 5
II. Break-up of Rajput Kingdoms 11
III. Life in the Rajput Period 18
IV. Revival of Hinduism 27
V. The Rise of Islam 33
VI. Muslim Conquest of Iindia Starts 41
VII. The Slava Sultans 48
VIII. The Khilji Dynasty 60
IX. The Tughlaq Dynasty 69
X. Decline of Delhi Sultanate 81
XI. The Bhakti Movement 89
XII. Vijayanagara and Bahmani Kingdoms 95
XIII. The Greet Mughals-Babur 105
XIV. Humayun the Kind 110
XV. Akbar the Great 119
XVI. Jahangir the Hust 129
XVII. Shah Jahan the Builder 136
XVIII. Aurangzeb the Alamgir 142
XIX. The Marathas. Sikhs and Jats 149
XX. Life under the Mughals 159
XXI. Decline of the Mughal Empire 167
 
Volume -III
 
I. A New ea-route to India 9
II. Europeans in India 17
III. Anglo-French Conflict 26
IV. Rise of the English in Bengal 36
V Establishment of the British Empire 46
VI. Expansion of the British Empire 59
VII. Further Expansion of the British Empire 71
VIII. Completion of the British Empire 85
IX. Administration under the East India Company 97
X. Social and Religious Reforms under the Company 107
XI. The Revolt of 1857 116
XII. India under the Crown (1858-1899) 129
XIII. India under the Crown (1899-1947) 140
XIV. Reforms under the Crown 152
XV. The Nationalist Movement 159
XVI. India after Independence 171
XVII. Indian Religion through the Ages 185
XVIII. Political Set-up through the Ages 191
XIX. Caste-System through the Ages 197
XX. Transport and Communication through the Ages 202
XXI. Industries through the Ages 207
XXII. Art and Architecture through the Ages 212

 

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New History of India (Set of Three Volumes)

Item Code:
NAM773
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Edition:
2012
ISBN:
Vol. I: 9788187562641
Vol. II: 9788187562658
Vol. III: 9788187562665
Language:
English
Size:
8.5 inch X 5.5 inch
Pages:
513 (Throughout B/W Illustrations)
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Weight of the Book: 600 gms
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Volume – I

Preface

The new syllabi in Social Studies devised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training have necessitated the writing of new books on this subject. In the Junior Middle stage, separate books on History, Geography and Civics are required. The present book 'New History of India' is an attempt to cater for the needs of the beginners in this direction.

The book has been prepared in strict conformity with the prescribed syllabs and contains material quite up-to-date. The language is simple yet impressive. The level of maturity of the students of age group 10-11 years has been kept in steady view. An effort has been made to present the matter in a simple, lucid and connected style.

A special feature of the book is the Glossary given at the end of each chapter. Besides adding to the vocabulary, these glossaries teach the students how to pronounce the words accurately. The pronunciation given is based on two most commonly used dictionaries-The Concise Oxford Dictionary and Chambers' Twentieth Century Dictionary.

Volume – II

Preface

The new syllabus of Social Studies devised by the National Council of Educational Research and Training has necessitated the writing of new books on this subject. In the Junior Middle stage separate books on the subjects of History, Geography and Civics are required. The present book 'New History of India' is an attempt to cater to the needs of the students of class VII.

The book has been prepared in strict conformity with the syllabus prescribed for this standard and contains material quite up-to-date. The language is simple et impressive. The level maturity of the students of age group 11 – 12 years has been kept consistently in view. Anefforts has been made to present the matter in a simple, lucid and cogent style.

A special feature of the book is the Glossary given at the end of each chapter. It helps the student add to his vocabulary with accurate pronunciation based on two most commonly used dictionaries The Concise Oxford Dictionary and Chamber's Twentieth Century Dictionary.

We feel delighted to place this book in the hands of our readers and are confident that it will meet their need. Any suggestions for the improvement of the book shall be thankfully received and implemented.

Volume – II

Preface

The new syllabus of Social Studies devised by the National Council of Educational research and Training has necessitated the writing of new books on this subject. At the Junior Middle stage, separate books on the subjects of History, Geography and Civins are required. He present book is an attempt to cater for the needs of students of Class VIII.

The book has been prepared in strict conformity with the syllabus prescribed for this standard. Content-wise it is up-to-date. The language id simpl yet impressive. The level of maturity of the students of age group 12-13 years has been kept in constant view. An effort has been made to present the matter in a simple, lucid and connected style.

A special feature of the book is the Glossary at the end of chapter. Besides adding to the vocabulary, this glossary acquaints the student with the correct pronunciation of the words. The pronunciation given is based on two most commonly used dictionaries –The concise Oxford Dictionary and Chambers' Twentieth Century Dictionary.

We feel delighted to place this book in the hands of our readers and are confident that it will meet their need. Any suggestions for improvement of the book will be thankfully received.

 

Contents

 
Volume -I
 
I. The Primitive Man 5
II. Man Settles Permanently 14
III. River-Valley Civilisations 21
IV. Civilisations of Mesopotamia or the Fertile Crescent 31
V. The Chinese Civilisation 39
VI. Indus Valley Civilisation 47
VII. Aryans Come to India 55
VIII. The Later Aryans 61
IX. The Age of Magadha 69
X. Jainism and Buddhism 76
XI. Rise of the Mauryan Empire 85
XII. Ashoka the Great 92
XIII. Age of the Satvahanas 99
XIV. The Early Tamils 105
XV. The Kushans 110
XVI. The Age of the Guptas 117
XVII. The Age of Harshavardhana 127
XVIII. The Chalukyas and the Pallavas 139
XIX. Greeter India 141
 
Volume -II
 
I. The Rajput Period 5
II. Break-up of Rajput Kingdoms 11
III. Life in the Rajput Period 18
IV. Revival of Hinduism 27
V. The Rise of Islam 33
VI. Muslim Conquest of Iindia Starts 41
VII. The Slava Sultans 48
VIII. The Khilji Dynasty 60
IX. The Tughlaq Dynasty 69
X. Decline of Delhi Sultanate 81
XI. The Bhakti Movement 89
XII. Vijayanagara and Bahmani Kingdoms 95
XIII. The Greet Mughals-Babur 105
XIV. Humayun the Kind 110
XV. Akbar the Great 119
XVI. Jahangir the Hust 129
XVII. Shah Jahan the Builder 136
XVIII. Aurangzeb the Alamgir 142
XIX. The Marathas. Sikhs and Jats 149
XX. Life under the Mughals 159
XXI. Decline of the Mughal Empire 167
 
Volume -III
 
I. A New ea-route to India 9
II. Europeans in India 17
III. Anglo-French Conflict 26
IV. Rise of the English in Bengal 36
V Establishment of the British Empire 46
VI. Expansion of the British Empire 59
VII. Further Expansion of the British Empire 71
VIII. Completion of the British Empire 85
IX. Administration under the East India Company 97
X. Social and Religious Reforms under the Company 107
XI. The Revolt of 1857 116
XII. India under the Crown (1858-1899) 129
XIII. India under the Crown (1899-1947) 140
XIV. Reforms under the Crown 152
XV. The Nationalist Movement 159
XVI. India after Independence 171
XVII. Indian Religion through the Ages 185
XVIII. Political Set-up through the Ages 191
XIX. Caste-System through the Ages 197
XX. Transport and Communication through the Ages 202
XXI. Industries through the Ages 207
XXII. Art and Architecture through the Ages 212

 

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