ANU UG/Degree 1st Sem India History Important Questions (Multidisciplinary Course)

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Unit-I (Ancient Indian History and Culture )

What is History-Evolution of Man-Science and Technology in Harappan Civilisation-Vedic Literature- Difference between Jainism and Buddhism Philosophy-Ashoka Dhamma Policy-Science and Technology in Guptha Period- Chronology of Various Dynasties that ruled India (6th Century BC to 1206 CE)

Short Answer Questions:

  1. What is the difference between Jainism and Buddhism?
  2. What is Ashoka Dhamma Policy?
  3. What are the key achievements of the Gupta period in science and technology?
  4. What are the major dynasties that ruled India from the 6th century BC to 1206 CE?

Long Answer Questions:

  1. Discuss the evolution of man from the earliest times to the Harappan civilization.
  2. Elaborate on the significance of Vedic literature in understanding ancient Indian culture.
  3. Analyze the impact of science and technology on the development of Harappan civilization.
  4. Critically evaluate the contributions of Ashoka Dhamma Policy to the social and political landscape of ancient India.

Unit-II (History and Culture of Medieval India: Delhi Sultanate)

Rulers (Brief), Alla-Ud-Din-Khilji and Muhammad-Bin-Tuglaq Reforms-Greater Mughals (Brief)-Mughal Administration-Akbar Religious Policy-Mughal Art and Architecture-Bhakti Saints

Short Answer Questions:

  1. What were the two most important reforms introduced by Alla-Ud-Din-Khilji?
  2. What was the impact of Akbar's religious policy on the Indian subcontinent?
  3. What are some of the most famous examples of Mughal art and architecture?
  4. Which Bhakti saints are considered to be the most influential in Indian history?
  5. What were the main challenges faced by the Delhi Sultanate during its rule?
  6. How did the Mughal Empire expand its territory?
  7. What were the social and economic conditions in medieval India?
  8. What was the role of women in medieval Indian society?

Long Answer Questions:

  1. Discuss the rise and fall of the Delhi Sultanate in medieval India.
  2. Analyze the administrative structure of the Mughal Empire.
  3. Evaluate the significance of Bhakti movement in medieval India.
  4. Describe the contributions of Mughal rulers in the fields of art and architecture
  5. Compare and contrast the Delhi Sultanate and the Mughal Empire
  6. Discuss the impact of Islam on Indian culture during the medieval period.
  7. Analyze the role of trade and commerce in the development of medieval India
  8. Evaluate the legacy of medieval India

Unit-III

History of Modern India:
European Settlements-British Revenue Policies-Economic Impact of British Rule-Socio-Religious Reform Movements-Causes for 1857 Revolt-Indian Freedom
Struggle: Vandemataram, Home Rule Movement-Gandhi’s Role: Non-Cooperation Movements, Salt Satya Graha and Quit India Movement-Subash Chandra Bose-Partition of India

Short Answer Questions:

  1. What were the main British revenue policies implemented in India?
  2. What were the economic consequences of British rule in India?
  3. What were the major socio-religious reform movements in India during the 19th and 20th centuries?
  4. What were the key factors that led to the 1857 Revolt?
  5. What was the significance of the Vandemataram movement?
  6. What were the goals of the Home Rule Movement?
  7. What were the main principles of Gandhi's non-cooperation movement?
  8. What was the impact of the Salt Satyagraha on the Indian freedom struggle?


Long Answer Questions:


  1. Discuss the impact of European settlements on Indian society and politics.
  2. Analyze the impact of British economic policies on Indian agriculture, industry, and trade.
  3. Evaluate the contributions of various socio-religious reform movements in India.
  4. Critically examine the causes, consequences, and significance of the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
  5. Discuss the role of Subhash Chandra Bose in the Indian freedom struggle.
  6. Analyze the causes and consequences of the Partition of India.
  7. Evaluate the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi in Indian history.
  8. Compare and contrast the different phases of the Indian freedom struggle.
 
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