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Kiran Adhunik Bhrat Ka Itihash for UPSC, State PSCs and Other Exams (Guru Rahman, Hindi, Latest Edition)

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Kiran Adhunik Bhrat Ka Itihash for UPSC, State PSCs and Other Exams(Guru Rahman, Hindi, Latest Edition)
Kiran's History of Modern India and India Since Independence for UPSC, State PSCs and Other Exams-English MODERN INDIA CHAPTER-1 : DISINTEGRATION OF MUGHAL EMPIRE LATER MUGHAL Bahadur Shah-I (1707-12) Jahandar Shah (1712-13) Farrukhsiyar (1713-19) Rafi-ud-Darajat (28 Feb- Sep 1719) Rafi-ud-Daula (June-Sep 1719) Muhammad Shah (1719-48) Ahmad Shah (1748-54) Aziz-ud-din/Alamgir II (1754-1759) Shah Alam II (1759-1806) Akbar Shah II (1806-1837 A.D.) Bahadur Shah II (1837-57 A.D.) Cause of the decline of Mughal Empire CHAPTER-2 : EUROPEAN PENETRATION INTO INDIA The Portuguese The Dutch The East India Company (EIC) The Danes The French East India Company Anglo French rivalry in Carnatic CHAPTER-3 : RISE OF ENGLISH POWER IN BENGAL Company and Bengal The Battle of Plassey The Battle of Buxar: 1764 Clive and the Dual System of Administration/Dyarchy CHAPTER-4 : BRITISH EXPANSION IN INDIA The Mysore Anglo-Mysore Wars Administration of Tipu Sultan Punjab Under Ranjit Singh Anglo Sikh War CHAPTER-5 : PESHWA & ANGLO-MARATHA WAR The Peshwa The Anglo-Maratha Wars CHAPTER-6 : CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS The Regulating Act, 1773 The Pitt's India Act, 1784 Charter Act of 1793 The Charter Act of 1813 The Charter Act of 1833 The Charter Act of 1853 The Government of India Act, 1858 CHAPTER-7 : FEATURE OF INDIAN ECONOMY A. Pre- British Period B. British Period: 1757-1947 Modern Industries in India Ruralization of the Indian economy Imperial Division of economic space Drain of Wealth CHAPTER-8 : ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BRITISH COLONIAL RULE Land revenue Settlement in British India 1. Revenue Farming System: 1772 2. Permanent Settlement, 1793 Ryotwari Settlement: 51% Mahalwari Settlement: 30% CHAPTER-9 : SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS REFORM MOVEMENTS Indian Society in 19th Century Reform Movements in Bengal and Eastern India Reform Movements in Western India The Reform Movements in South India Muslim Reform Movements Religious Reforms among the Sikhs British Socio-Cultural policy in India Utilitarianism Victorian Liberalism - Post 1857 British Socio-Cultural Policy Social Reform Movements CHAPTER-10 : PEASANT AND TRIBAL UPRISING BEFORE 1857 Various Peasant Rebellions Various Tribal Uprisings CHAPTER-11 : REVOLT OF 1857 Nature and Character of the Revolt Causes of the Revolt The beginning and spread of the Mutiny and Revolt Causes for the failure of the Revolt Consequences of the Revolt CHAPTER-12 : ADMINISTRATIVE REORGANIZATION Early Administrative Structure Civil Services Army Police Judicial Organization Relations with Native States New Administrative Set-up CHAPTER-13 : THE HISTORY OF INDIAN PRESS Its Slow and Meagre Growth and the Reasons Repressive Measures against Press Indian Press, its Progressive Role CHAPTER-14 : EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA The Introduction of Western Education in India The Hunter Commission on Education, 1882-83 Curzon and Education: CONTENTS The Sadler University Commission, 1917-19 The Hartog Committee, 1929: Wardha Scheme of Basic Education Radhakrishnan Commission, 1944-49 Kothari Education Commission, 1964-66 New Education Policy, 1986 CHAPTER-15 : MODERATE - EXTREMIST PHASE (1885-1909) Factors leading to the birth of Indian Nationalism Politics of Association Programmes and Objectives of Early Congress Phases of Moderate Politics The Extremists The Swadeshi Movement Stages of the Moderates-Extremists tussle The Indian Council Act of 1909 or Morley- Minto Reform CHAPTER-16 : DEVELOPMENTS BETWEEN 1909 AND THE ARRIVAL OF GANDHI The Ghadar Komagatamaru incident World War I The Home Rule Movements CHAPTER-17 : FROM THE RISE OF GANDHI TO THE NCM Gandhiji in South Africa Champaran: 1916 Ahmedabad Mill Strike: 1918 Kheda Satyagraha: 1918 The Montague-Chelmsford Reforms or The Government of India Act, 1919 Rowlatt Satyagraha: 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre Khilafat and The Non Cooperation Movement CHAPTER-18 : NCM TO CDM Swarajists and No-Changers Revolutionary Terrorism Hindustan Republican Association (or Army) HRA Simon Commission The Nehru Report: Jinnah's 14 points Spread of National Movement in the Princely States Calcutta session of the INC, 1928 Irwin Offer: 31 October 1929 Delhi manifesto Lahore session of the INC: December, 1929 CHAPTER-19 : FROM THE CDM TO THE ELECTION OF 1937 THE CDM: 1930-31 Chittagong, Peshawar, Sholapur: Gandhi-Irwin Pact: Delhi Pact Karachi Session of March 29, 1931 Round Table Conference: An Analysis Second Civil Disobedience Movement: 1932-34 McDonalds Communal Award The Strategic Debate 1935-37 The Government of India Act, 1935 1937-1939: The Congress Ministries CHAPTER-20 : CRISIS AT THE TRIPURI SESSION TO END OF WORLD WAR II Subhas Chandra Bose World War-II and the Congress August Offer 1940 Individual Satyagraha: Delhi Chalo Cripps Mission: March 1942 Quit India Movement: August 1942 Subhash Bose and the I. N. A CHAPTER-21 : FREEDOM AND PARTITION Rajagopalachari Formula: 1944 Gandhi-Jinnah talks of 1944 Shimla Conference, June 1945 The Cabinet Mission Plan Naval Ratings Mutiny Attlees Declaration of February 20, 1947 Salient features of the Mountbatten Plan June 3, 1947 Declaration: Partition and Independence CHAPTER-22 : POLITICS OF SEPARATION Muslim League: Phase 1: Secular interests linked to religion Phase 2: Interests are divergent (1906-1937) Phase 3: Interests are conflicting and incompatible Logic of communalism - Jinnah a case study Why did British finally quit? CHAPTER-23 : GOVERNORS- GENERAL AND VICEROYS Warren Hastings (1773-85) Lord Cornwallis (1786-93) Lord Wellesley (1798-1805) Lord Williams Bentinck (1828-35) Lord Dalhousie (1848-56) Lord Canning (1858-62) Lord Lytton (1876-80) Lord Ripon (1880-84) Lord Curzon (1899-1905) Lord Hardinge II (1910-16) Lord Chelmsford (1916-21) Lord Reading (1921-26) Lord Irwin (1926-31) Lord Wellingdon (1931-36) Lord Linlithgow(1936-43) Lord Wavell (1943-47) Lord Mountbatten (March-August, 1947) CHAPTER-24 : COMMUNIST MOVEMENT &TRADE UNION OVEMENT Communist Movement in India Trade Union Movement Whitley Commission (1929-1931) CHAPTER-25 : PERSONALITY IN MODERN INDIA Female Personalities Related to Freedom Struggle Male Personalities of Freedom Struggle POST INDEPENDENCE CHAPTER-26 : INDIA AFTER INDEPENDENCE Partition and its aftermath Indian Constitution: Framing, Implementing and Structure in the post-independence India The Structure of Bureaucracy and the Police Generalists and Specialists CHAPTER-27 : CHALLENGES BEFORE INDEPENDENT STATE OF INDIA CHAPTER-28 : LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI CHAPTER-29 : NAXALISM CHAPTER-30 : LAND REFORMS CHAPTER-31 : INDIRA GANDHI CHAPTER-32 : RAJIV GANDHI CHAPTER-33 : ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENTS CHAPTER-34 : PV NARASIMHA RAO (1991-1996) CHAPTER-35 : THREE PRIME MINISTER FROM 1996 TO 1999 H.D. Deve Gowda (1996- 1997) IK Gujral (1997-1998) CHAPTER-36 : UPA RULE FROM 2004 TO 2014 .........469-474 CHAPTER-37 : NDA GOVERNMENT UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF NARENDRA MODI FROM 2014 TO 2019.

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SKU, Publisher Kirn-his-mdrn-ind-(H)
Publisher Kiran Publication
Author, Edition Guru Rahman, Hindi Medium, Latest Edition 
Binding, Type Paperback, New
No. of Pages 490 Approx.
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Kiran Adhunik Bhrat Ka Itihash for UPSC, State PSCs and Other Exams(Guru Rahman, Hindi, Latest Edition)
Kiran's History of Modern India and India Since Independence for UPSC, State PSCs and Other Exams-English MODERN INDIA CHAPTER-1 : DISINTEGRATION OF MUGHAL EMPIRE LATER MUGHAL Bahadur Shah-I (1707-12) Jahandar Shah (1712-13) Farrukhsiyar (1713-19) Rafi-ud-Darajat (28 Feb- Sep 1719) Rafi-ud-Daula (June-Sep 1719) Muhammad Shah (1719-48) Ahmad Shah (1748-54) Aziz-ud-din/Alamgir II (1754-1759) Shah Alam II (1759-1806) Akbar Shah II (1806-1837 A.D.) Bahadur Shah II (1837-57 A.D.) Cause of the decline of Mughal Empire CHAPTER-2 : EUROPEAN PENETRATION INTO INDIA The Portuguese The Dutch The East India Company (EIC) The Danes The French East India Company Anglo French rivalry in Carnatic CHAPTER-3 : RISE OF ENGLISH POWER IN BENGAL Company and Bengal The Battle of Plassey The Battle of Buxar: 1764 Clive and the Dual System of Administration/Dyarchy CHAPTER-4 : BRITISH EXPANSION IN INDIA The Mysore Anglo-Mysore Wars Administration of Tipu Sultan Punjab Under Ranjit Singh Anglo Sikh War CHAPTER-5 : PESHWA & ANGLO-MARATHA WAR The Peshwa The Anglo-Maratha Wars CHAPTER-6 : CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS The Regulating Act, 1773 The Pitt's India Act, 1784 Charter Act of 1793 The Charter Act of 1813 The Charter Act of 1833 The Charter Act of 1853 The Government of India Act, 1858 CHAPTER-7 : FEATURE OF INDIAN ECONOMY A. Pre- British Period B. British Period: 1757-1947 Modern Industries in India Ruralization of the Indian economy Imperial Division of economic space Drain of Wealth CHAPTER-8 : ECONOMIC IMPACT OF BRITISH COLONIAL RULE Land revenue Settlement in British India 1. Revenue Farming System: 1772 2. Permanent Settlement, 1793 Ryotwari Settlement: 51% Mahalwari Settlement: 30% CHAPTER-9 : SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS REFORM MOVEMENTS Indian Society in 19th Century Reform Movements in Bengal and Eastern India Reform Movements in Western India The Reform Movements in South India Muslim Reform Movements Religious Reforms among the Sikhs British Socio-Cultural policy in India Utilitarianism Victorian Liberalism - Post 1857 British Socio-Cultural Policy Social Reform Movements CHAPTER-10 : PEASANT AND TRIBAL UPRISING BEFORE 1857 Various Peasant Rebellions Various Tribal Uprisings CHAPTER-11 : REVOLT OF 1857 Nature and Character of the Revolt Causes of the Revolt The beginning and spread of the Mutiny and Revolt Causes for the failure of the Revolt Consequences of the Revolt CHAPTER-12 : ADMINISTRATIVE REORGANIZATION Early Administrative Structure Civil Services Army Police Judicial Organization Relations with Native States New Administrative Set-up CHAPTER-13 : THE HISTORY OF INDIAN PRESS Its Slow and Meagre Growth and the Reasons Repressive Measures against Press Indian Press, its Progressive Role CHAPTER-14 : EDUCATION SYSTEM IN INDIA The Introduction of Western Education in India The Hunter Commission on Education, 1882-83 Curzon and Education: CONTENTS The Sadler University Commission, 1917-19 The Hartog Committee, 1929: Wardha Scheme of Basic Education Radhakrishnan Commission, 1944-49 Kothari Education Commission, 1964-66 New Education Policy, 1986 CHAPTER-15 : MODERATE - EXTREMIST PHASE (1885-1909) Factors leading to the birth of Indian Nationalism Politics of Association Programmes and Objectives of Early Congress Phases of Moderate Politics The Extremists The Swadeshi Movement Stages of the Moderates-Extremists tussle The Indian Council Act of 1909 or Morley- Minto Reform CHAPTER-16 : DEVELOPMENTS BETWEEN 1909 AND THE ARRIVAL OF GANDHI The Ghadar Komagatamaru incident World War I The Home Rule Movements CHAPTER-17 : FROM THE RISE OF GANDHI TO THE NCM Gandhiji in South Africa Champaran: 1916 Ahmedabad Mill Strike: 1918 Kheda Satyagraha: 1918 The Montague-Chelmsford Reforms or The Government of India Act, 1919 Rowlatt Satyagraha: 1919 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre Khilafat and The Non Cooperation Movement CHAPTER-18 : NCM TO CDM Swarajists and No-Changers Revolutionary Terrorism Hindustan Republican Association (or Army) HRA Simon Commission The Nehru Report: Jinnah's 14 points Spread of National Movement in the Princely States Calcutta session of the INC, 1928 Irwin Offer: 31 October 1929 Delhi manifesto Lahore session of the INC: December, 1929 CHAPTER-19 : FROM THE CDM TO THE ELECTION OF 1937 THE CDM: 1930-31 Chittagong, Peshawar, Sholapur: Gandhi-Irwin Pact: Delhi Pact Karachi Session of March 29, 1931 Round Table Conference: An Analysis Second Civil Disobedience Movement: 1932-34 McDonalds Communal Award The Strategic Debate 1935-37 The Government of India Act, 1935 1937-1939: The Congress Ministries CHAPTER-20 : CRISIS AT THE TRIPURI SESSION TO END OF WORLD WAR II Subhas Chandra Bose World War-II and the Congress August Offer 1940 Individual Satyagraha: Delhi Chalo Cripps Mission: March 1942 Quit India Movement: August 1942 Subhash Bose and the I. N. A CHAPTER-21 : FREEDOM AND PARTITION Rajagopalachari Formula: 1944 Gandhi-Jinnah talks of 1944 Shimla Conference, June 1945 The Cabinet Mission Plan Naval Ratings Mutiny Attlees Declaration of February 20, 1947 Salient features of the Mountbatten Plan June 3, 1947 Declaration: Partition and Independence CHAPTER-22 : POLITICS OF SEPARATION Muslim League: Phase 1: Secular interests linked to religion Phase 2: Interests are divergent (1906-1937) Phase 3: Interests are conflicting and incompatible Logic of communalism - Jinnah a case study Why did British finally quit? CHAPTER-23 : GOVERNORS- GENERAL AND VICEROYS Warren Hastings (1773-85) Lord Cornwallis (1786-93) Lord Wellesley (1798-1805) Lord Williams Bentinck (1828-35) Lord Dalhousie (1848-56) Lord Canning (1858-62) Lord Lytton (1876-80) Lord Ripon (1880-84) Lord Curzon (1899-1905) Lord Hardinge II (1910-16) Lord Chelmsford (1916-21) Lord Reading (1921-26) Lord Irwin (1926-31) Lord Wellingdon (1931-36) Lord Linlithgow(1936-43) Lord Wavell (1943-47) Lord Mountbatten (March-August, 1947) CHAPTER-24 : COMMUNIST MOVEMENT &TRADE UNION OVEMENT Communist Movement in India Trade Union Movement Whitley Commission (1929-1931) CHAPTER-25 : PERSONALITY IN MODERN INDIA Female Personalities Related to Freedom Struggle Male Personalities of Freedom Struggle POST INDEPENDENCE CHAPTER-26 : INDIA AFTER INDEPENDENCE Partition and its aftermath Indian Constitution: Framing, Implementing and Structure in the post-independence India The Structure of Bureaucracy and the Police Generalists and Specialists CHAPTER-27 : CHALLENGES BEFORE INDEPENDENT STATE OF INDIA CHAPTER-28 : LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI CHAPTER-29 : NAXALISM CHAPTER-30 : LAND REFORMS CHAPTER-31 : INDIRA GANDHI CHAPTER-32 : RAJIV GANDHI CHAPTER-33 : ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENTS CHAPTER-34 : PV NARASIMHA RAO (1991-1996) CHAPTER-35 : THREE PRIME MINISTER FROM 1996 TO 1999 H.D. Deve Gowda (1996- 1997) IK Gujral (1997-1998) CHAPTER-36 : UPA RULE FROM 2004 TO 2014 .........469-474 CHAPTER-37 : NDA GOVERNMENT UNDER THE LEADERSHIP OF NARENDRA MODI FROM 2014 TO 2019.

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