History NCERT Short Notes

History NCERT Short Notes

History NCERT Short Notes - Class 6th

Our National Anthem, composed originally in Bangla by Rabindranath Tagore, was adopted in its Hindi version by the Constituent Assembly as the National Anthem of India on 24 January 1950...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Class 7th

Al- Idrisi was an Arab geography of 1154 CE. In thirteenth century a chronicler who wrote in Persian named Minhaj-i-Siraj used “Hindustan “ for areas of Punjab, Haryana and area between Ganga and Yamuna...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Class 8th Part-I

The first map was produced by James Rennell, 1782 Rennell was asked by Robert Clive to produce maps of Hindustan. Third son of queen Victoria of Britain, Prince Arthur was given the title of “Duke of Connaught”...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Class 8th Part-II

The cotton cloth that Portuguese took back from India to Europe came to be called as Calico(from Calicut). Patola (cotton) was woven in Surat, Ahmedabad and Patan. The most important centres of Jamdani weaving were Dacca in Bengal and Lucknow in united Province...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Class 9th

The whole of the past may be divided under two heading under two headings Pre Historic: Period about which we do not get any Information in writing. Historic : Period about which written documents are Available...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Class 10th

Plebiscite: A direct vote by which all the people of a region are asked to accept or reject proposal. The ideas of La Patrie (the fatherland) and Le Citoyen(The Citizen) emphasised. The notion of a united community enjoying equal rights under a constitutions...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Chapter 12th

Marked a definite change from Middle Age to a Modern age. Michel Angelo’s famous painting “last Judgement” was based on Biblical Theme. Leonardo Da Vinci represents a New Spirit of scientific inquiry in his works...

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History NCERT Short Notes - Chapter 13th

Closely connected with the Renaissance was great religious movement which was known as The Reformation...

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