1. Magbook series deals with the preliminary examinations for civil series.
2. It’s a 2 in 1 series offers advantages of both Magazine and book.
3. The entire syllabus of Indian History divided into 29 Chapters.
4. Focuses on the Topics and Trends of question asked in Previous Years? Questions.
5. Offers Chapterwise Practice and well detailed explanations the previous Years? questions.
6. More than 3000 MCQs for the revision of the topics.
7. 5 Practice sets and 2 Previous Years solved Papers sets for thorough practice.
8. The book uses easy language for quick understanding.
Fresh and New like a Magazine, Deep & Comprehensive like a book…
Here’s presenting the revised edition of Magbook Indian History that is designed to provide complete syllabus of general studies’ portion of the UPSC and State PCS examination. Serving as resource book, it proves to be an extremely useful tool for the aspirants as the book is divided into 29 chapters covering all the topics in a concise and note format. Apart from paying attention to theories, sheer focus is given to the topics & trends of Questions provided in previous years’ civil services exams, Chapterwise practice questions are also mentioned to help students in easy remembrance and quick revision and lastly, Subjectwise detailed explanations of previous civil services exams. Including topical coverage of syllabus and previous years’ questions with more than 3000 MCQs, this Magbook of Indian History is a must for civil services (Pre) Examination, state PCS and other competitive exams.
No of Pages:248
Ancient, medieval and modern history: The Stone Age, Indus Valley civilisation, the Vedic age, The first territorial states, the religious movement of Mahajanapadas age, The Mauryan empire, the Sangam age, post Mauryan period (200 BC - AD 300), The Gupta age, The post: Gupta era (AD 550 -750), the Sultanate of Delhi, provincial kingdoms, religious movement, the Mughal empire, the Maratha empire, Mughal decline and rise of regional states, emergence of European powers in India, tribal and peasant uprisings, Governor generals and Viceroys, development of modern education and press, revolt of 1857, Social and religion reforms, movements, growth of nationalism and struggle for independence (1885 - 1919), struggle for independence second Phase (1919 - 1927), struggle for independence third Phase (1927-1939), struggle for forth Phase (1940-1947), religion and philosophy, music, dance, theatre, and festivals, Indian architecture and festivals, Indian architecture and painting schools, chronological Panorama of Ind
ian history, glossary, practice sets (1-5), previous years’ solved papers set 1, Previous years’ solved papers set 2.