Modern Indian History presents a detailed look at various significant events in the history of modern India, beginning with the dominance of the British over the Indian subcontinent. It is a reference book for the aspirants of various Indian competitive exams such as the Civil Services exams. The book is divided into two parts. The first part covers the colonial rule and its impact on India. It explores topics like the establishment of the British rule in India, resistance to the colonial rule, the colonial economy, and the socio-cultural impact of the colonial rule. The second part covers India’s struggle for independence. It discusses early Indian nationalism, nationalism under Gandhi’s leadership, other strands of the national movement, and the final bid for freedom. It ends with sets of multiple choice questions and model subjective questions. The book ends with a set of eight appendices that provide information about the history of the English monarchy, famous personalities of India’s freedom movement, viceroys and governors, and all Congress sessions between 1885 and 1947. Modern Indian History was published in 2007 by Tata McGraw Hill. short..
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