Emergence of Jainism and Buddhism In the sixth–fifth centuries BC, a number of religious groups formed in the mid-Gangetic plains, and we know of as many as sixty-two of them. […]
What are the main features of Indus Valley civilization? Geographical Scope Although the Indus or Harappan culture is older than the Chalcolithic cultures discussed above, it is significantly more sophisticated […]
The 1857 uprising was a result of personality traits and policy directives. Most people, including rulers of Indian states, sepoys, zamindars, peasants, dealers, artisans, pundits, and maulvis, had their possibilities harmed by the cumulative effect of British expansionist rules, economic exploitation, and administrative innovations throughout time.