The topics are thoroughly described in simple language making it easier for students of Class - XII to grasp the subject.
The various theories of significance are illustrated in detail through examples. The general statements of important principles and their methodologies are without exception provided through their practical illustrations.
This book Useful for Class - XII students.
1.Bricks, Beads and Bones—The Harappan Civilisation
2.Kings, Farmers and Towns—Early States and Economies
3.Kinship, Caste and Class—Early Societies
4.Thinkers, Beliefs and Buildings—Cultural Development
1.Through the Eyes of Travellers—Perceptions of Society
2.Bhakti-Sufi Traditions—Changes in Religious Beliefs and
3.An Imperial Capital—Vijayanagara
4.Peasants, Zamindars and the State—Agrarian Society and the
5.Mughal Empire (C. Sixteenth to Seventeenth Centuries)
6.Kings and Chronicles—The Mughal Courts
1.Colonialism and the Countryside Exploring—Official Archives
2.Rebels and the Raj—The Revolt of 1857 and its Representations
3.Colonial Cities—Urbanisation, Planning and Architecture
4.Mahatma Gandhi and the National Movement
5.Civil Disobedience and Beyond
6.Understanding Partition—Politics, Memories, Experiences