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DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA,INDORE
I & II Semester Session 2013-14 onwards
History - I Semester
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‘
II
Twentieth Century world
(Compulsory)
III
Specialization Course
Historigraphy,Concepts,Methods
and Tools. (Compulsory)
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Group Ancient India
A
Paper -I - History of India up to
650 A.D. OR
Group Medieval India
B
Paper -I-Polity and Economy of
India 1200-1750 A.D. OR
Group ‘Modern India
C
Paper-I- History of India 17571857
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28
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85
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18 th ,19 th Century world
(Optional) OR
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Architecture of India (Optional)
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(Any One Group)
IV
DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA,INDORE
History - II Semester
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I
‘
Historigraphy,Concepts,Methods
and Tools. (Compulsory)
II
Twentieth Century world
(Compulsory)
III
Specialization Course
(Any One Group)
Ancient India
Paper -I - History of India up to
650 A.D. OR
Medieval India
Paper -I-Polity and Economy of
India 1200-1750 A.D. OR
‘Modern India
Paper-I- History of India 17571857
Group
A
Group
B
Group
C
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Architecture of India (Optional)
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DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA,INDORE
SESSION 2013-14 ONWARDS
Semester I
Paper I Historiography, Concepts, Methods and Tools
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Compulsory
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Meaning and Scope of History: Collection and selection of the data, evidence and its
transmission; Causation; Historicism
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1
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Unit-2
History and other Discipline-Archaeology; Geography; Anthropology; Natural Applies
Sciences and Literature
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2
lkfgR;
Unit-3
Traditions in Historical Writing-Greco-Roman traditions; Chinese traditions; Ancient
Indian tradition of Historiography; Baan Bhatt and Kalhan Historiographuy.
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3
izkfpu Hkkjrh; ijaijk ck.kHkV~V vkSj dYgu dk bfrgkl ys[ku
Unit-4
Medieval Indian Historiography, problems of Historiography in medieval India. Main
features of Historigraphy of Minahj Siraj “u” d-Din Bahrain, Abdul Qadir Bada’ uni.
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4
fljkt ft+;kmfn~nu cjuh] vcnqy dkfnj cnk¡;wfu ds bfrgkl ys[ku dh izeq[k
fo’ks"krk,¡
Unit-5
Modern trends of Historiography – Positivst, Whig, Classical Marxist and Annals.
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5
vkSj ,ukYl~ ¼QzUl½
Semester I
Paper II Twentieth Century World
Compulsory/
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Legacy of sthe nineteenth century
Growth of coapitalism into Imperilim: Theory of Liberalism – The Liberal Thinkers –
Merits and Demerits of Liberalism.
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1
mnkjoknh fopkjd&mnkjokn ds ykHk o gkfuA
Unit-2
Socialism and Marxism:
Socialism – Meaning- Schools of socialism : Fabian Socialism,
Syndicalism, Guild Socialism.
Marxism: Life and/work of Karl Marx – Doctrine of Marx:
Dialectical Materialism, Historical Materialism.
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2
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Js.kh lektokn ¼fxYM lektokn½ ekDlZokn&dkyZ ekDlZ dk thou ,oa
dk;Z] ekDlZ ds fl)kar&}ankRed HkkSfrdokn]
Unit-3
World Order up to 1919
Origin of 1st world war its nature Paris peace settlement and its long term effects
The great October socialist revolution of 1917 in Russia
Establisxhment of a socialist Sdtate, It’s economic and political aspects: it’s world-wide
effects and reactions in the west.
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3
mlds nwjxkeh ifj.kkeA lu~ 1917 bZ- dh :l dh egku vDVwcj lektoknh
ØkfUrA :l esa lektoknh jkT; dh LFkkiuk] ØkfUr ds vkfFkZd ,oa jktuhfrd
igyw rFkk mlds ifj.kke] if’pe ij :lh ØkfUr dh izfrfØ;kA
Unit-4
World between the Two Wars: working of League of Nations and Collective Security.
Crisis in Capitalism-The Great Depression of 1929-1931: Indeologies of Nazism and
fascism.
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4
dk egku vkfFkZd ladV] ukt+hokn rFkk QkflLVoknA
Unit-5
Second World War and the New World Order
Origins nature and results of the Second World War. National liberation Movements in
colonial Countries and Decolonization. Communist Revolution in China (1949) and its
impact on World Politics
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5
mifuos’kksa esa LoraU=rk la?k"kZ ,oa mifuos’kksa esa Lora=rk
la?k"kZ] phu ess 1949 dh lkE;oknh ØkfUr rFkk fo’o jktuhfr ij mldk
izHkkoA
Semester / I
Paper III - Group A ( Ancient Indian History)
History of India from Earliest Times to 650 A.D.
Compulsory
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Sources and interpreting historiographical trends.
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1
Unit-2
Paleolithic and Mesolithic cultures and rock art Pastoralism and inciepient farmning and
Neolithic and chalcilithic village culture.
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2
,oa dkaL; dkyhu xzkeh.k laLd`frA
Unit-3
Harappan Culture Early, Mature and Late Saraswati/Sindhu Civilization and Post
Harappan.
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3
ds cknA
Unit-4
Vedic Culture-Polity Economy, Religion and role of Vedas in Indian History.
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4
HkwfedkA
Unit-5
Iron Age Culture, Economic development social stratification beginnings of Varnashram,
Jati and Sanskaras.
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5
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Suggested Readings :
Basham A.L. The wonder that was I India (Mumbai Rupa 1971)
Chanana, Dev raj, Slavery in Ancient India (Delhi PPH 1960)
Jha. D.N. (ed.) Feudal social formation in Early india Delhi. Chanakya. 1988.
…….(ed) A History of South India edn. 4 ( Chennai OUP, 1993)
Semester / I
Paper III (Group B-Medieval India)
Polity and Economy of India C.A.D. 1200-1750
Compulsory
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Particulars / fooj.k
Unit-1
Primary sources and Historiography of Medieval Indian History Sources Inscriptions;
Monuments and sculputure; Literary sources; Tarikh-i-firozshashi, Fatawa-i-jahandari,
Baburnama, Akbarnama Ain-i-Akbari, Muntakhab-ut-Tawarikh, Tuzuk-i-jahangiri,
Muntakhabu’t-Iubab, Description of foreign travelers; Marco Polo, Ibn Batuta, Father
Monserate, Ralph Finch, William Finch, Francois Bernier, Francisco Pelsart, Alberuni
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vdcjukek] vkbZus&vdcjh] eqUr[kc&m&rokfj[k] rqtqd&,&tgkaxhjh]
eqUr[kc&my&yqckc] fons’kh ;k=h;ksa dk o.kZu% ekdksZiksyks
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Unit-2
Main features and problems of Medieval Indian Historigraphy, Nature of State in
medieval India, The Muslim theory of sovereignty; The theory of kingship during the
Sultanate period, theory of Kingship of the Mughals, State and regigion during the
Sultanate and Mughal Period.
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2
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dky esa jktRo dk fl)kar] laYrur dky ,oa eqxy dky esa jkT; ,oa /keZ
Unit-3
Evolution of the institutional structure and system of Government: Adinstrative System
and institutional structure of the Sultanate period-Sultan and Vizarat (Council of
Ministers); Finance Department; judicial system; Military organisadtion and Iqta system.
Adminnistrative and institutional structure of Vijaynagar Kingdom Central Government,
Provinclial Administration, Nayankar and Ayagar System.
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3
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fot; uxj lezkT; dh iz’kklfud ,oa laLFkkxr <kapk dsaUnzh; 'kklu] izkarh;
'kklu] u;ukj ,oa vk;axj
Unit-4
Administrative shstem of sher shas Sur-Central, provincial and local Government.
Mughal Administration: Central Administrative Structure, Provincial and local
administration, Mansabdari System.
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4
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eulcnkjh izFkk
Unit-5
Technological development and social change during the Sultanate period. Trade and
commerce in North India. Transport and means of transportation. Main commercial and
trade centers of North India. Land routes and water ways.
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5
,oa okf.kT; ;krk;kr ,oa ;krk;kr ds lk/ku mRrj Hkkjr esa izeq[k O;kolk;hd
O;kikfjd dsUnz] Fky ekxZ] ,oa ty ekxZ
Semester I
Paper III Group C (Modern India)
History of India 1757 – 1857 A.D. vk/kqfud Hkkjr 1757 & 1857 ,-MhCompulsory /
Max. Marks
85+15 CCE
Particulars / fooj.k
Sources of Modern Indian History: Archival records, private Papers; Newspapers;
Unit-1
periodical and oral tradition. Different schools of thought.Anglo Franch Conflict.
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1
lekpkj i=] ihfj;kfMdYl] ekSf[kd ijaijk] fofHkUu oSpkfjd Ldwy] vkaXy]
Qzkalhalh la?k"kZA
Unit-2
India in the mid-eighteenth Century, Polity, Economy, Society, and culture Expansion and
consolidation of British power: Establishment of British Supremacy in Bengal.Battle of
Plassey, Baxer Treaty of Allahabad, Dual System.
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2
fczfV’k 'kfDr dk foLrkj ,oa laxBu&caxky esa fczfV’k loksZPprk dh
LFkkiuk] Iyklh cDlj vkSj bykgkckn dh laf/k /nS/k ’kklu iz.kkyhA
Unit-3
Instrument of expansion by wars: Anglo-Maratha wars, Anglo-Mysore wars, Annexation
of Sindh and Anglo-Sikh wars.
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3
foy] vkaXy&fl[k ;q)
Unit-4
Expansion by diplomacy-Subsidiary Alliances system and Doctrine of Lapse. Colonial
construction of India: Adminisrative structure, constitutional development_regulation Act,
Pitts India Act.
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4
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fiV~l bafM;k ,DVA
Unit-5
Judicial and administrative reforms of Warren Hastings, Cornwallis, William Bentinck
and Dalhousie.
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5
,oa ykWM Mygksth
Semester I
Paper IV - World History (18 and 19 Century) fo’o bfrgkl
Optional (1)
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Particulars / fooj.k
Unit-1
The emergence of the Scientific view of the world. Ages of Enlightenment and analysis ,
Scientific and Agricultural revolution in Europe
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1
;wjksi es oSKkfud vkSj d`f"k Økafr
Unit-2
Industrial revolution Indistrial Revolution in England and its expansion in Europe Impact
of Industrial revolution and the rise of new social class. The American war of
independence causes and impact
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2
vkS|ksfxd Øakfr dk izHkko ] vkS|ksfxd Økafr vkSj uohu lkekftd oxksZ
dk mn; ] vejhdk Lora=rk laxzke dkj.k vkSj ifj.kke
Unit-3
The French revolution of 1789 A.D. Causes role of Philosopher in French revolution viz.
Montesquieu, Voltaire, Rousseau, Didero, Events and development of French revolution .
National constituent Assembly National Lagislative Assembly National Convention Role
of Directory Impact of French Revolution
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3
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jk"Vªh; lHkk O;oLFkkfid lHkk jk"Vªh; lEesyu Mk;jsDVjh dk 'kklu
Qzkalhlh dk izHkko
Unit-4
The Age of Nepolian his Rise and Fall The Vienna Congress Age of Metermich , Concert
of Europe and the Holy Alliance.
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4
O;oLFkk ifo= eS=h laf/k
Unit-5
The Growth of Liberalism and Democracy in western Europe 1815 -1914
bdkbZ & if’peh ;wjksi es ykdra= vkSj mnkjokn dk fodkl 1815&1914
5
Suggested Readings :
1- nsosanz flag pkSgku
2- oh-lh ik.Ms
3- eFkqjk yky 'kekZ
;wjksi dk bfrgkl
;wjksi dk bfrgkl
;wjksi dk bfrgkl
Semester / I
Paper IV % History of Architecture of India
Optional (2)
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Harappan town planning, dockyards. granaries, Citadel, domestic architecture.
bdkbZ & gMIik uxj ;kstuk] cUnjxkg] vUukxkj] fdyscUnh]?kjsyw LFkkiR;A
1
Unit-2
Literary and Archaeological Sources, including architecture in the Vedic
Literature
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2
Unit-3
Stupa architecture from Fourth Century B.C. to Seventh Century A.D. :
Sanchi, Bharahut
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3
Unit-4
Stupa architecture from 4th C.B.C. to 7th C.A.D.: Bodh- Gaya, Sarnath,
Amaravati and Nagarjunkonda
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4
,oa ukxktqZudks.MkA
Unit-5
Development of rock . Cut architecture: Udaigiri, Khandegiri, Bhaja,
Kondane, Karle, Pitalkhora
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5
ihry[kksjkA
Group .C. Paper III
Books Recommended
Coomar Swamy,
Rowland, Benjomin
Fergu ssion, J.
Cousens, H
Brown, Percy
Dev, Krishna
Sarkar, H
Agrawala, P.K.
Acharya, P.K.
Dev, Krishna and Dhaki,
Kramrish, Stella
A.K. Early Indian Architecture
The Art and Architecture of India
History of Indian and Eastern Architecture
Chalukyan Architecture
Indian Architecture (Buddhist and Hindu Period)
Temples of Northern India
Studies in Early Buddhist
Gupta Architecture
Encyclopaedia of Indian Architecture
Encyolopaedia of Indian Temple Architecture, Vols. I to 4
The Hindu Temples (2 Vols)
Burgess, J
Long hurst
Dutta
Ganguly, O.C.
Standtner, D.A.
Dahejiya, Vidya
Ali, Rehman
Trivedi, R.D.
Sri Nivasan, K.R.
Bhoja
Dev, Krishna
Shri Nivasan K.R.
Bajpai, K.D.
Upadhayay, Vasudeo
Gupt, Parmeshwari Lal
Mishra, Ratan Lal
Rai, Udai Narayan
Shukla, D.N.
lq/khj dqekj f=osnh
Ali, Rehman
The Buddhist Stupas of Amaravati and Jaggayapetta
NararjuniKonda
Town Planning in Ancient India
Indian Architecture
Orrissan Temple
Stone Temples of Orrissa
Art and Architecture of the Kalachuris
Temples of the Pratiharas
Temples of South India
Samarangana Sutradhara
Uttar Bharat Ke Mandir
Dakshin Bharat ke Mandir
Bharatiya Vastukala ka Itihasa
Prachin Bhartiya Stupa, Guha Evam Mandir
Bhartiya Vastukala
Smarkon ka Itihasa
Prachin Bharat main Nagar Tatha Nagar Jiwan
Prasad Nivesh
izrhgkj ;qxhu dyk ,oa LFkkiR;
Temples of Madhya Pradesh
Semester / II
Paper I Historiography, Concepts, Methods and Tools bfrgkl
ys[ku] vo/kkj.kk] iz.kkyh ,oa midj.k
Compulsory
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Approaches to history – Theological; Imperialist; Nationalist; Marxist; Subaltern and Post
– Modernist.
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1
[email protected] ,oa I’pkr~ vkf/kqfudoknhA
Unit-2
Themes in Indian History – Economics; labor and peasants; religion; Culture;
Environment and science and technology.
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2
laL—fr] okrkoj.k foKku vkSj rduhdhA
Unit-3
Major theories of History-Cyclical; Historical Materialism; Sociological; Comparative;
Structural; World System; Ecological; and post modernist critiques of History.
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3
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ijkvk/kqfudrkoknh vkykspdA
Unit-4
Debate in History : representative study of at least four major debates of History:
1. Position of women in Indian society
2. Was Aurangzeb a fanatic
3. Balance – Sheet Debate related to British Rule in India
4. Is History a science of Art or both
bdkbZ & bfrgkl esa fookn bfrgkl ds pkj izeq[k fooknks dk izfrfuf/kd v/;;u&
4
1- Hkkjrh; lekt esa ukfj;ksa dh fLFkfr
2- D;k vkSjaxts+c /kekZ/[email protected]~Vj Fkk
3- Hkkjr esa fczfV’k 'kklu dh cSysal 'khV ls lacaf/kr fookn
4- D;k bfrgkl foKku gS ;k dyk vFkok nksauksa
Unit-5
1. Nature of the Revolt of 1857 A.D.
2. World Economic crisis of 1929 A.D.
3. Stimulus – Response debate related to growth of India Nationalism.
4. Debate on de – industrialization under colonial rule of India.
bdkbZ &
5
1- 1857 bZ- dh Økafr ¼fonzksg½ dh iz—fr
2- 1929 bZ- dh fo’o vkfFkZd eanh
3- vuqfØ;k Hkkjrh; jk"Vªokn ds fodkl ds mRizsjd rRoksa ij fookn ds
mRrj ¼vuqfØ;k½
4- Hkkjr esa vkSifuosf’kd 'klu ds vUrZxr fovkS|ksfxdj.k ij fooknA
Suggested Readings :
1. Bajaj, Satish, K, Recent trends in Historiography, Anmol, New Delhi, 2001
2. Budha, Prakaash, the Moderm approach to History.
3. Butterfield, H., Whig Interpretation of History.
4. Collingwood, R.G., The idea of History Oxford University Press, London, reprint,
1973
5. Carr, E.H. What is History peguth Books, Middlesex, rpt, 1975.
6. David Harvay, The Condition of post Modernity – An Enquiry into the Origin of
Cultural change Basil Blackwell, 1989.
7. Mukhia, Harbvans, Historians and Historiography during the reigon of Akbar,
Delhi, 1976.
8. Marwick, Arthur, The nature of History, Macmillan, reprint, 1973
9. Mare, Bcloch, the Historian’s Craft.
10. Sen, S.P. (ed.) Historian’s and Historologrphy in Modern India, Calcutta, Insffute
of Historical Studies, 1973.
11. Thapar, romila, Harbans Mubans and Bipan Chandra, Communalisn and The
Writing of Indian History, people’s publishing House, New Delhi. Reprint, 1984,
12. Fkkij] jksfeyk] bfrgkl dh iquZO;k[;k] jktdey] fnYyh] 1996A
13. ik.Ms;] xksfoUn panz] bfrgkl & Lo:i ,oa fl)kar] t;iqj] 1999A
14. cq) izdk’k] bfrgkl vehu] 'kkfgn ,oa KkusUnz ik.Ms;] fuEuoxhZ;
izlax Hkkx 1 ,oa 2 jktdey] ubZfnYyhA
15. dkj bZ- ,p bfrgkl D;k gS fnYyh] 1993A
16. jk;] dkSys’oj] bfrgkl n’kZu] fdrkc egy] bykgkckn 1998
17. ljdkj] lqfer] lkekftd bfrgkl ys[ku dh pqukSrh] xzaFk f’kYih] ubZ
fnYyhA
18. oekZ ykyk cgknqj] bfrgkl ys[ku ds ckjs esa] bykgkckn] 2000A
19. 'kekZ] jkefoykl] bfrgkl n’kZu] ok.kh] fnYyh] 2000A
20. flag ijekuan] bfrgkl n’kZu] 2000
21. lrh’k panz] e/;dkyhu Hkkjr esa bfrgkl ys[ku] /keZ vkSj jkt; dk Lo:i]
xzFk f’kYih] ubZ fnYyhA
22. ekjfoad] vkFkZj] bfrgkl ys[ku dk Lo:i xzFka f’kYih ubZ fnYyh
23. gcho] bjQkj] Hkkjrh; nfrgkl dh O;k[;k vkSj mldh izeq[k n`f"V;kW]
xzaFk f’kYih ubZ fnYyhA
Semester / II
Paper II Twentieth Century World
Compulsory
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Cold war and its effects
Ideologies and political basis of cold War, pacts and treaties:
NATO, Warsa pact, SETO, etc.
bdkbZ & 'khr ;q) vkSj mlds izHkkoA 'khr ;q) dk oSpkfjd ,oa jktuhfrd vk/kkj] iSDV
1
o laf/k;k¡A NATO okSlksZ iSDV] SEATO bR;kfnA
Unit-2
UNO and the concept of world peace: Regional Tensions-Palestine, Kashmir, Suez, Korea
and Vietnam crisis.
bdkbZ & ;w-,u-vks- rFkk fo’o 'kkfUr% fQfyLrhu leL;k] d’ehj leL;k] dksfj;k rFkk
2
fo;ruke leL;kA
Unit-3
Non-Alignment and the third World.
bdkbZ & xqVfuisZ{krk rFkk r`rh; fo’o
3
Unit-4
Disintegration of Soviet Union and end of Cold War
Genesis and Process of Disintegration : Fall of Socialism and Revival of
Capitalism-it impact on Society and politics,
Changes in the world political Order – from Biopolar to Unipoar World system.
bdkbZ & lksfo;r la?k dk fo?kVu rFkk 'khRk ;q) dk vUrA
4
fo?kVu dh izfØ;k dk izkjEHk ,oa foLrkjA
lektokn dk iru ,oa iw¡thokn dk iqu:RFkku
lekt o jktuhfr ij izHkko
fo’o jktuhfr esa ifjorZu&f}xqVh; ls ,dxqVh; fo’o O;oLFkkA
Unit-5
Globalization and its ecomonic and political impact on Third World Countries.
Progress of Science and technology; and communication and Information
bdkbZ & oS’ohdj.k rFkk mldk r`rh; fo’o ds ns’kksa ij vkfFkZd ,oa jktuhfrd
5
izHkkoA
foKku] VSDuksykWth] lwpuk ,ao lapkj dk fodklA
Semester / II
Paper III Group- A (Ancient Indian History)
History of India from Earlist Times to 650 A.D.
Compulsory
Unit-1
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Particulars / fooj.k
Janapadas and Mahajanadas and republican states. Religious movements-Jainism. .
Buddhism, Ajivikism and other sects.
bdkbZ & tuin vkSj egk tuin rFkk x.kra=h; jkT;] /kkfeZd vkUnksyu & tSu ckS) ,oa
1
vthfod rFkk vU; lEiznk;A
Unit-2
Mauryan empire Polity Economy. Art and Architecture shokan. edicts, Dhammas
Kautilya’s Arthashastra and megasthane’s India.
bdkbZ & ekS;Z lkezkT;&jkT;&vFkZO;oLFkk dyk rFkk LFkkiR;] vk’kksd ds
2
vfHkys[k ,oa /kEe] dkSfVY; dk vFkZ’kkL=] eSxLFkuht dk HkkjrA
Unit-3
Sungas, Satavahanas and kushanas, Polity, Society, Economy, Art And Architecture. The
Sangam age- Chiefdoms literature, society Indo Roman trade and integration of cultures.
bdkbZ & 'kqax] lkrokgu] dq"kk.k&jktuhfr] lekt] vFkZO;oLFkk] dyk vkSj LFkkiR;
3
laxe;qx&fpQMkse lkfgR;] lekt] Hkkjr jkse O;kikj] laLd`fr;ksa dk lfEeJ.kA
Unit-4
The Guptas Polity, Economy, Religion, Literature, Science and Technology and Art and
Architecture.
bdkbZ & xqIr oa’k dh jktuhfr] vFkZO;oLFkk]/keZ] lkfgR;] foKku] rduhfd vkSj dyk
4
,oa LFkkiR;A
Unit-5
Huna Invasions, Vakatakas, Harsha. Chalukyas and Pallavas: Polity, Economy,Society,
Religion, Art and Architecture. Educational ideas and institutions Status of Women.
Salvey, Labour and Untouchability.
bdkbZ & gw.k vkdze.k] okdkVd] g"kZ] pkyqD; vkSj iYyo&jktuhfr vFkZO;oLFkk]
5
lekt] /keZ] dyk vkSj LFkkiR;] 'kS{kf.kd fopkj/kkjk,as ,oa laLFkk,a]
efgykvksa dh fLFkfr] nkl izFkk] Jfed] vL;i`’;rkA
Suggested Readings :
Basham A.L. The wonder that was I India (Mumbai Rupa 1971)
Chanana, Dev raj, Slavery in Ancient India (Delhi PPH 1960)
Jha. D.N. (ed.) Feudal social formation in Early india Delhi. Chanakya. 1988.
…….(ed) A History of South India edn. 4 ( Chennai OUP, 1993
Semester / II
Paper III (Group B-Medieval India)
Polity and Economy of India C.A.D. 1200-1750
Compulsory
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Process of urbanization during the Sultanate period. Crafts and industries of South India.
Trade and commerce Import and export.
bdkbZ & lYrur dky esa 'kgjhdj.k dh izfØ;k nf{k.k esa gLrf’kYi ,oa m|ksx] O;kikj
1
,oa okf.kT;] vk;kr ,oa fu;kZr
Unit-2
Technological development during the Mughal period-Mughal Karkhana, Metal
technology. Agro-industries. Trade and commerce-internal and external trade, main trade
routes, transport an communication.
bdkbZ & eqxy dky esa rduhdh fodkl& eqxy dkj[kkuk] /kkrq m|ksx —f"k O;olk;
2
vkUrjhd ,oa ckg~; O;kikj izeq[k O;kikfjd ekxZ] ;krk;kr ,oa lapkj
Unit-3
Advent of European companies, Urbanisation during the Mughal period.
bdkbZ & ;wjksfi;u dEiuh dk vkxeu] eqxy dky esa 'kgjh dj.k
3
Unit-4
Coinage and Banking system during the Mughal period.
Revenue system of the medieval India – Revenue administration of the Sultans of Delhi,
Sher shah sur and of the Mughals.
bdkbZ & eqxy dky esa ekSfnzd ,oa cSafdx O;oLFkk e/; dky esa jktLo O;oLFkk&
4
fnYyh lYrur dky esa jktLo iz’kklu] 'ksj’kkglqj vkSj eqxy
Unit-5
Agrarian economy during the Mughal period: Defferent stages of peasantry. Classification
of peasants. Role of zamindars in the development of rural economy.
bdkbZ & eqxy dky esa —f"k vFkZ O;oLFkk —"kdksa dh fofHkUu voLFkk,¡] —
5
"kdks dk oxhZdj.k xzkeh.k vFkZ O;oLFkk ds fodkl esa tehnkjks dh
Hkqfedk
Suggested Readings :
1. Altekar and Mazumbar “Pracheen Bharat ki shashan Padhti.
2. Trived S.K. Madhya Bharat men Prathira Yugin Kala Jaipur, 1995
3. Ali, R., temples of Madhya Pradesh: the Parmar art Delhi.
4. Mazumdar R.C. Sociolk History and culture in the Indian people
5. ikBd] fo’kqukFk & mRrj Hkkjr dk jktuhfrd bfrgkl
6. feJ & ds’kopUnz & pUnsy vkSj mudk jktLo dky
7. 'kkl=h uhyadB & pksy oa’k dk bfrgkl
Semester II
Paper- III Group C (Modern India)
History of India 1757. 1857 A.D.
85+15 CCE
Unit I
Economic policies: British economic policies- a case of economic imperialism,
Rise of internal markets and urban centre. Development of Railways, posts and
telegraph.Permanent Settlement Ryat wari Mahalwadi, Thirty years Sttlement of
Bentick.
bdkbZ 1vkfFkZd uhfr;kWa & fczfV’k vkfFkZd uhfr;kWa] vkfFkZd
lkekzT;okn]vkUrfjd cktkj dk mn; ,oa ’kgjh dsUnz] jsYos dk fodkl] Mkd
,oa rkj] LFkkbZ cankscLr, jS;rokMh, egky okMh O;oLFkk, cSafVd dh
rhl lkyk HkwjktLo O;oLFkk A
Unit II
Social policies and social change: British contact and the advent of Indian middle
class, Indian reniassance, Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahma Samaj. Young
Bengal Movement.
bdkbZ 2lkekftd uhfr;kWa ,oa lkekftd ifjorZu & fczfV’k lEidZ ,oa Hkkjrh; e/; oxZ
dk mn; A
Hkkjrh; iqutkZxj.k & jktk jkeeksgu jk; ,oa czEg lekt A ;qok caxkyh
vkUnksyu A
Unit III
Education indigenous and modern. Orientalist and Anglicist controversy.
Development of education upto Charles Wood.s Dispatch of 1854. Development
of judicial System Under East India Company.
bdkbZ 3izkP; ,oa ik’pkR; f’k{kk& izkP;oknh rFkk vkaXyoknh fookn A oqM
fMLiSp lu~ 1854 rd ’kS{kf.kd fookn] bZLV bfUM;k dEiuh ds vUrxZr
U;k; O;oLFkk dk fodkl A
Unit IV
Resistance to colonial rule: Nature and forms of resistance to colonial rule. Pre
1857 peasant, tribal and cultural resistance.
bdkbZ 4
vkSifuosf’kd ‘’kklu dk fojks/k] vkSifuos’kd ‘’kklu ds fojks/k dh izd`fr ,oa
Lo:I A lu~ 1857 ls iwoZ d`"kd] vkfnoklh ,oa lkaLd`frd fojks/k A
Unit V
Revolt of 1857 causes, programmes, leadership at various level; People.s
participation, causes of the failures of the Revolt and British repression and
response.
bdkbZ 5
lu~ 1857 dk fonzksg] dkj.k] Lo:i] fofHkUu Lrjh; usr`Ro]
tuHkkxhnkjh]fonzksg dh vlQyrk ds dkj.k] fczfV’k izfr?kkr ,oa izfrfdz;k A
Books1. Bipan Chandra, India.s Struggel for Independence- 1857-1947
2. Bipan Chandra, Nationalism and Colonialism in Modern India, Origent
Longmans, Delhi, 1981.
3. Desai, A.R., Social Background of Indian Nationalism, Popular Prakashan,
Bombay, 1986.
4. Gopal, S. British policy in India, Cambridge. 1965.
5. Ravinder Kumar Social History of Modern India, OUP Delhi 1983.
6. ’kqDyk] jkey[ku & vk/kqfud Hkkjr dk bfrgkl] fnYyh fo.ofo|ky; izdk.ku] 1998
7- jfoanj dqekj & vk/kqfud Hkkjr dk lkekftd bfrgkl] xzaFk &f.kYih 1999&2000
8- lq.kksHku ljdkj & caxky uotkxj.k] xzaFk f.kYih] fnYyh 2003
9- ch-,y- xzksoj] ;.kiky] vydk esgrk& vk/kqfud Hkkjr dk bfrgkl& ,d uohu ewY;kadu
¼1707 ls
orZeku le; rd½] ,l- pUn ,.M dEiuh fy- fnYyh 2004
10- ch-,u- yqfu;k & vk/kqfud Hkkjr dk bfrgkl
11- ch-,u- yqfu;k & vk/kqfud Hkkjr & tutohu ,oa laLd`fr
II Semester
Paper IV World History (18 and 19 Century) fo’o bfrgkl
Optional (1)
85+15 CCE
Unit I
The American Civil war, The Unification of Italy. The Unification of Germany.
bdkbZ 1vesfjdk dk x`g;q/n] bVyh dk ,dhdj.k]teZuh dk ,dhdj.k A
Unit II
The Eastern Question, Crimean War and Berlin Congress. The European powers
and the Ottoman Empire (1815-1890), The Age of Bismarck- the Internal and
foreign policy of Bismarck.
bdkbZ 2iwohZ leL;k & dzhfe;k ;q/n vkSj cfyZu dkaxzsl];wjksih; ’kfDr;ka vkSj
vkWVkseu lkezkT; 1815 ls 1890 fcLekdZ dk ;qx& fcLekdZ dh x`g vkSj
fons’k uhfr A
Unit III
Colonialism and Imperialism in Asia and Africa in the 19th Century. Scramble of
Africa.
bdkbZ 3
mUuhloh ’krkCnh esa ,f’k;k vkSj vQzhdk esa mifuos’k okn vkSj
lkezkT;okn vfQzdk dk cVokjk
Unit IV
Colonialism and imperialism in China- First and Second Opium war. Struggle for
Concession in China. Taiping Revolt, Boxer, Rebellion and its consequences.
bdkbZ 4
phu esa mifuos’k okn vkSj lkezkT;okn izFke vkSj f}rh; vQhe ;q/n] phu
esa fj;k;rksa ds fy;s la?k"kZ rkbZfiax fonzksg ckWDlu fonzksg vkSj
egRo A
Unit V
Advent of Western Powers in Japan. Meiji Restoration in Japan Modernization of
Japan and its emergence as an imperial power.
bdkbZ 5
tkiku esa if’peh ‘kfDr;ksa dk izos’k] ehbZth] dh iquZLFkkiuk] tkiku dk
vk/kqfudhdj.k] lkezkT;oknh ’kfDr ds :Ik esa tkiku A
Books
1. Cipolla, C.M. Fontana, Economic History of Europe, Vol. III (The Industrial
Revolution) (Harvesters, 1976)
2. Evans, J. , The Foundations of modern state in the 19th century Europe.
3. Lefebvre, George, Coming of the French Revolution (Princeton University
press,
1989)
4. Mathias, Peter, First Industrial Revolution, London 1919
5. Roberts, J.M., Europe 1880-1945 , Longman, 1989
6. Thompson, Dorothy, Chartists, Popular politics in the Industrial revolution
7. pkSgku] nsosUnz flag] ;wjksi dk bfrgkl] e/;izns.k fgUnh xzaFk vdkneh] Hkksiky
1995
8. tSu vkSj ekFkqj] fo.o dk bfrgkl] t;iqj 1992
9. eukftj vgen ,oa ,l-ih- lHkzoky] vk/kqfud ;wjksi dk bfrgkl] fnYyh 1986
Suggested Readings :
1- nsosanz flag pkSgku
2- oh-lh ik.Ms
3- eFkqjk yky 'kekZ
;wjksi dk bfrgkl
;wjksi dk bfrgkl
;wjksi dk bfrgkl
Semester / II
Paper IV
History of Architecture of India
Hkkjrh; LFkkiR; dk bfrgkl
Optional (2)
Max. Marks 85+15 CCE
Unit-1
Particulars / fooj.k
Development of rock . cut architecture: Ajanta, Ellora, Bedsa, Nasik, Junnar and Kanheri
bdkbZ & 'kSy xqgk LFkkiR; fodkl] vtUrk] ,syksjk] csnlk] ukfld] tqUukj] dUgsjhA
1
Unit-2
Temples: Early historical temples, Gupta temples, Khajuraho group of temples.
bdkbZ & efUnj% izkjafHkd ,sfrgkfld eafnj xqIr eafnj] [ktqjkgksa efUnj lewgA
2
Unit-3
Orissan temples, temples of Gujarat, temples of Rajasthan
bdkbZ & mMhlk eafnj xqtjkr eafnj ,oa jktLFkku ds eafnjA
3
Unit-4
Early Chalukyan temples, Pallava monuments
bdkbZ & izkjafEHkd pkyqD; eafnj ,oa iYyo LekjdA
4
Unit-5
Chola temples, Hoysala temples, Pandyan temples
bdkbZ & pksy eafnj] gks;ly eafnj] ikUM; eafnj
5
Group .C. Paper III
Books Recommended
Coomar Swamy,
Rowland, Benjomin
Fergu ssion, J.
Cousens, H
Brown, Percy
Dev, Krishna
Sarkar, H
Agrawala, P.K.
Acharya, P.K.
Dev, Krishna and Dhaki,
Kramrish, Stella
Burgess, J
Long hurst
Dutta
Ganguly, O.C.
Standtner, D.A.
Dahejiya, Vidya
Ali, Rehman
Trivedi, R.D.
Sri Nivasan, K.R.
Bhoja
Dev, Krishna
Shri Nivasan K.R.
Bajpai, K.D.
Upadhayay, Vasudeo
Gupt, Parmeshwari Lal
Mishra, Ratan Lal
Rai, Udai Narayan
Shukla, D.N.
lq/khj dqekj f=osnh
Ali, Rehman
A.K. Early Indian Architecture
The Art and Architecture of India
History of Indian and Eastern Architecture
Chalukyan Architecture
Indian Architecture (Buddhist and Hindu Period)
Temples of Northern India
Studies in Early Buddhist
Gupta Architecture
Encyclopaedia of Indian Architecture
Encyolopaedia of Indian Temple Architecture, Vols. I to 4
The Hindu Temples (2 Vols)
The Buddhist Stupas of Amaravati and Jaggayapetta
NararjuniKonda
Town Planning in Ancient India
Indian Architecture
Orrissan Temple
Stone Temples of Orrissa
Art and Architecture of the Kalachuris
Temples of the Pratiharas
Temples of South India
Samarangana Sutradhara
Uttar Bharat Ke Mandir
Dakshin Bharat ke Mandir
Bharatiya Vastukala ka Itihasa
Prachin Bhartiya Stupa, Guha Evam Mandir
Bhartiya Vastukala
Smarkon ka Itihasa
Prachin Bharat main Nagar Tatha Nagar Jiwan
Prasad Nivesh
izrhgkj ;qxhu dyk ,oa LFkkiR;
Temples of Madhya Pradesh

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