Modern India History Notes To Prepare For UPSC Online

Section 1 → Warren Hastings, Cornwallis, Wellesley, William Bentinck, Dalhousie, Revolt of 1857, Lord Lytton, Lord Rippon, Lord Curzon & Partition of Bengal

Section 2 → Indian National Movements, Moderate Nationalism, Swadeshi Movement, Extremism, Home Rule Leauge & Emergence of Gandhi

Section 3 → Swarajists, Revolutionary Terrorism, Simon Commission, Civil Disobedience Movement, & Govenment of India Act, 1935

Section 4 → Cripps Mission, Quit India Movement, Indian National Army, Rajgopalachari Formula, Cabinet Mission, India Independence Act

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  1. Educating us without expecting anything from us ! very nice sir

  2. This was much more needed for me than anyone else! Thanks iasmania very very much.

  3. sir ,will u please provide notes for social and religious reform movement

  4. These notes are brilliant for revision! Thank you very much :)

  5. Hundred thanks to you for the stuff you have provided, sir. Is it necessary to read NCERT or just your notes are enough for IAS? Does your notes also help for Mains exam?

  6. Dear sir

    May i study the concepts is that enough.I very troubled to study the Modern India Ncert.Your simple sentences was very easily for me.

    Please guide me.

    • Hello Sadiq!

      I have only summarized the most important parts of Modern India History & by the end of this month will also write few more important articles on the same. You may go through these notes to built up the base, but for clearing mains there is no substitute of NCERTs. A piece of advice – Dont try reading History as notes & dates. Try reading it visualizing the time period & situations in which the events took place. Will definitely help you to retain for a long time.

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