Wednesday, 20 January 2016

CBSE UGC NET I Books, Study Material, Notes recommended for UGC CBSE NET JRF in History 2017 Paper II and Paper III core studies; Must read books for all competitive examinations (PART -II MEDIEVAL INDIA)

PART-II MEDIEVAL INDIA


Medieval India -From Sultnat to Mughals (Part-I)
Author - Satich Chandra
The book is most comprehensive reader for medieval India. The book comes in two parts, this one dealing with the affairs of Delhi Sultnat to the advent of Mughals mainly and the other part covers the Mughal History part till its downfall. This is a must buy for every student of medieval Indian History.
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Medieval India -From Sultnat to Mughals (Part-II)
Author - Satich Chandra
This part of the book deals with the various aspects of Mughal History like polity, society, economy and art. The book is an attempt to codify all nuances of the Mughal period mainly. Moreover some topics like Akbar stages of evolution,his relations with Rajputs, breach of Mewar and Marawar are beautifully written.
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History of Medieval India
Author - Satich Chandra
This book is a very good book covering the large part of medieval history in concentrated form. The book starts its account with the domination of Arabs in world context then covering the Northern Age to Southern age from 900-1200, book clarifies the concepts of Delhi sultnat as well. It also gives the Disintegration of Mughal Empire in two distinct parts.
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Medieval India-I: Essays in the History of India (1200-1750)
Auhor - Satich Chandra
Irfan Habib is a big name given the history of medieval India. He has specialized various aspects of the history. This is a recommended book for the students.

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