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Published by Punthi Pustak in Calcutta .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India

Subjects:

  • India -- Social conditions.,
  • India -- Social life and customs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesNorth Indian social life.
StatementWith a foreword by P. N. Ojha.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHN683 .S234 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 306 p.
Number of Pages306
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5174904M
LC Control Number74900253

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Full text of "Introduction To The Study Of Society" See other formats. Dr. P. N. Ojha, north Indian social life (page ) Kishori prasad sahu, some aspects of north Indian social life AD (page 22) Alberuni vol.1 (page ) Kishori prasad sahu, some aspects of north Indian social life AD (page ) Dr. Altekar, the position of women in hindu civilisation (page ) Kishori Prasad Sahu referenced "Medicines and Hospitals in Muslim India by Professor Syed Hasan Askari", in "Some Aspects of North Indian Social Life, a.D. (With a Special Reference to Contemporary Literatures)", K.P. Sahu. (i) Some aspects of North Indian social Life ( A.D). (ii) Madhyakalin Uttar Bharatiya Samajik Jivan ke kuchh paksha (Hindi) Rashid, A.: Society and culture in Medieval India. Saletore, B.A.: Social and political life in Vijaynagar empire. Srivastava, A.L.: Madhyakalin Bhartiya sanskrity.

Medieval India: Society, Culture and Religion Page 3 UNIT CONTENT PAGE I NATURE OF STATE II ELEMENTS OF FEUDALISM IN NORTH INDIAN SOCIETY III ASPECT OF MUGHAL RULE IV STATE AND SOCIETY IN SOUTH INDIA sons and institutions as well as between political, social, and religious aspects. Broadly, the treatment has been restricted to the medieval pe-riod of Indian history (–) with a focus on the Delhi sultanate, –, even when the regions concerned lay outside the limits of the Delhi sultanate. The first book (citing for all its claims: Sahu, KP, (), Some Aspects of North Indian Social Life, A.D., Calcutta, Punthi Pustak) says, "Amir Khusrau notes naan-e-tanuk (light bread), naan-e-tanuri (cooked in a tandoor oven) at the imperial court in Delhi. Naan was in Mughal times a popular breakfast food, accompanied by Kheema or. PAPER-III: History of India from the Down fall of the Kushan empire to A.D. PAPER-IV: Study of Institutions: Social, Cultural and Economic. GROUP-B: MEDIEVAL INDIA. PAPER-II: Delhi Sultanate ( A.D.) PAPER-III: History of the Mughals ( A.D.) PAPER-IV: Study of Institutions: Social, Cultural and Economic.

In social life there has been some change: caste restrictions, though not abolished, are evaded by ingenious subterfuges and there is a growing feeling against child-marriage. Yet were the laws against sati and human sacrifice repealed, there are many districts in which such practices would not be forbidden by popular sentiment. ORDINANCES. For B.A. Semester System (UNDER THE +3 SCHEME) (For Regular/Distance Education/Private Students) Applicability of Ordinances for the time being in force. Between the years and , the cultural center of Delhi in North India was the locus of a dramatic shift of power with the decline of the Mughal Empire and the rise of the British Raj. This critical transitional period altered Indian culture, politics, and art, and brought unprecedented artistic innovation and experimentation. ancient Indian History; Major Sources. 2. The Indus Civilization: Origin, extent, main features and the causes of its decline. SECTION-B 3. Rig Vedic Civilization: Original home of the Aryans: their social, political, economic and religious life; Later Vedic Civilization: Political, social, economic and religious life. 4.