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Questions – GS I-Section I

2015-11-19T18:13:26+05:30By |Categories: History of India|Tags: , , , |

Dear friends, As continuation of GS I initiative . We hope you were able to finish the particular sections and chapters mentioned in our previous post. Here is the link to details of the initiative - Questions to be answered :-(Max 150-200 Words) What is the difference between civilization [...]

Harappan Series (Indus valley Civilization) – Part 1

2017-02-13T20:15:54+05:30By |Categories: Editorials, History, History of India|Tags: , , , , |

Prelude :In the “Geography of History” series we have learned the evolution of mankind from hunting gathering societies to agricultural societies.The invention of agriculture led to far-reaching changes in human societies. One important result was the emergence of cities and civilizations. This series covers one of the most important civilization [...]

India : The geography of history – Part 5

2017-02-13T20:03:13+05:30By |Categories: Editorials, History, History of India|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Neolithic Age, origin of Agriculture and Domestication of Animals Neolithic Age : - Domestication of plants and animals has been considered as one of the main characteristic features of the Neolithic stage of culture. The tern Neolithic was coined by Sir John Lubbock in his book Prehistoric Times (first published [...]

India : The geography of history – Part 3

2017-02-13T19:49:32+05:30By |Categories: Editorials, History, History of India|Tags: , , , , , |

India and its Many regions Introduction:- It often said , as well as written in our constitution that India as - Union of India. Historians claim that unlike united of states ,where states surrendered their sovereignty to form United States Of America; India was a whole and divided in to [...]

India : The geography of history – Part 2

2017-02-13T19:49:21+05:30By |Categories: Editorials, History, History of India|Tags: , , , |

Uneven Development  -  Historical perspective and evidence Agriculture Development Chronology:- Mehrgarh in the Kachhi plain (now in Pakistan) experienced early agricultural activities before 6,000 B.C Indus region experienced it in the 4000-3000 B.C Gangetic valley saw the advent of agriculture at Koldihwa (U.P) in 5000 B.C., at Chirand (Bihar) in [...]

India : The geography of history – Part 1

2017-02-13T19:49:03+05:30By |Categories: Editorials, History, History of India|Tags: , , , , , , |

Introduction:- History without geography is largely incomplete and devoid of its vital substance for it loses focus in the absence of the concept of space.That is why history is regarded both as the history of  mankind and the history of environment. It is difficult to separate the two. The history [...]

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