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Chapter 1 - How, When and Where 11 Lectures
1.1 How, When and Where - Introduction
1.2 How Important Are Dates in History
Does only dates are important to remember in history?
1.3 Which Dates
Which dates are important to remember in History?
1.4 How Do We Periodise
What do we mean by periodizing?
Why do we periodize history?
1.5 Problems in Periodisation of James Mill
What were the different problems occur in periodisation of James Mill?
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Chapter 2 - From Trade to Territory [The Company Establishes Power] 22 Lectures
2.1 From Trade to Territory - Introduction
Mughals were representing India?
2.3 East India Company Comes East
What is the east India company?
When it comes in India? How does it work?
2.4 East India Company Begins Trade in Bengal
How east India company started to trade in Bengal? What are the effects of this?
2.5 How Trade Led to Battle
How the trade in Bengal becomes battle?
What were the conflicts happen between Nawabs and the company?
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Chapter 3 - Ruling the Countryside 17 Lectures
3.1 Ruling the Countryside - Introduction
What are the topics we are going to learn in chapter ruling the countryside?
3.2 The Company Becomes the Diwan
Who was diwan?
Why Mughal Emporer appointed East India Company as the diwan of bengal?
3.3 Revenue for the Company
How company was collecting revenue?
3.4 The Need to Improve Agriculture/Permanent Settlement
What is a permanent settlement?
What was the need for permanent settlement?
3.5 The Problems in Permanent Settlement
What were the problems in the permanent settlement?
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Chapter 4 - Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age 12 Lectures
4.1 Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age - Introduction
What are the topics we are going to learn in chapter tribals, dikus, and the vision of a golden age?
4.2 Some were Jhum Cultivators
What do we mean by jhum cultivators?
How triabls were living?
4.3 Some were Hunters and Gatherers
Who were hunters and gatherers?
How these two groups were living?
4.4 Some Herded Animals
Why some tribes were raising herded animals?
4.5 Some took to Settled Cultivation
What is the meaning of settled cultivation?
Why did some tribes take to settled cultivation?
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Chapter 5 - When People Rebel 1857 and After 11 Lectures
5.1 When People Rebel 1857 and After - Introduction
What are the topics we are going to learn in chapter when people rebel 1857 and after?
5.2 Nawabs Lose their Power
How did nawabs start losing their powers?
5.3 The Peasants and the Sepoys
How peasants and the sepoys contributed to revolution?
5.4 Responses to Reforms
What were the responses of Indian society towards reforms?
5.5 Through the Eyes of the People
What was the point of view of people about revolution?
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Chapter 6 - Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners 11 Lectures
6.1 Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners - Introduction
What we going to learn in chapter weavers, iron smelters and factory owners?
6.2 Indian Textile and the World Market
What was the position of Indian textile in the world market?
6.3 Words Tell Us Histories
How different words can tell us history?
6.4 Indian Textile in European Market
What was the impact of Indian textile in European market?
Who were the weavers?
What was the weaving process adapted by weavers?
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Chapter 7 - Civilising the “Native”, Educating the Nation 11 Lectures
7.1 Introduction - Civilising the ‘Native’ Educating the Nation
What awe are going to study in chapter civilising the ‘native’ educating the nation?
7.2 The Tradition of Orientalism
What was the tradition of orientalism?
How the British saw education?
7.3 Grave Errors of the East
Why come birtish officials started criticizing orientalists?
7.4 Education for Commerce
What was the thinking of british company to make money by the education system?
7.5 The Demand for Moral Education
Why Christian missionaries criticized practical education and demanded moral education?
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Chapter 8 - Women, Caste and Reform 20 Lectures
8.1 Introduction - Women, Caste and Reform
What we are going to learn in chapter women, caste and reform?
8.2 Working Towards Change
What were the steps taken in order to create reforms for women?
8.3 Changing the Lives of Widows
What were the problems faced by widows?
How steps were taken to change the lives of widows?
8.4 Girls Begin Going to School
What was thinking of reformers behind girls is going to school?
8.5 Women Write about Women
How and why women started writing about other women?
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Chapter 9 - The Making of the National Movement: 1870s--1947 19 Lectures
9.1 The Making of the National Movement 1870s - 1947 : Introduction
What we are going to learn in chapter the making of the national movement 1870s – 1947?
9.2 The Emergence of Nationalism
Why did the national movement start?
9.3 A Nation in the Making
How Indian national congress worked in making nation-making?
9.4 Freedom is Our Bright Right
What do we understand by the statement “Freedom is Our Bright Right “?
Who were extremists?
9.5 Further Development : Moderate and Extremist Split, Muslim League
What were the differences between moderators and extremists?
How Muslim league formed?
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Chapter 10 - India After Independence 8 Lectures
10.1 India After Independence - Introduction
What we are going to learn in chapter India after independence
10.2 A New and Divided Nation
How was the nation after division?
What were the challenges faced by India after independence?
10.3 A Constitution is Written
What were the features of Indian constitution?
10.4 How were States to be Formed?
How states were formed after independence?
10.5 Planning for Development
What was the objective of new nation for development?
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Full Chapter Videos 9 Lectures
Chapter 1 - How, When and Where
Chapter 3 - Ruling the Countryside
Chapter 4 - Tribals, Dikus and the Vision of a Golden Age
Chapter 5 - When People Rebel 1857 and After
Chapter 6 - Weavers, Iron Smelters and Factory Owners