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H k k j r d k b f r g k l [HISTORY OF INDIA]

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i wo Ze / ; d k y h u H k k j r h ; b f r g k l y s[ k u r F k k Ú k sr k sa d k l o sZ{ k . k ......... 1—11

(Pre Medieval Indian Historiography and Survey of the Sources)

2.

p k sy o a' k .............................................................................................. 12—18

3.

i Y y o v k Sj p k y qD ; j k t o a' k ............................................................... 19—25 (Pallava and Chalukya Dynasty)

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g " k Zo / k Zu .............................................................................................. 26—35 (Harshavardhana)

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x qt Zj & i zf r g k j , o ai k y j k t o a' k .......................................................... 36—40 (Gurjar-Prathihara and Pala Dynasty)

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j k " V ™d wV j k t o a' k .................................................................................. 41—48

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8. 9. 10. 11.

(The Chola Dynasty)

(Rastrakuta Dynasty)

n f { k . k H k k j r e sa H k f ‰ v k U n k sy u r F k k ' k ad j k p k ; Zd h f ' k { k k , ° ............... 49—58 (Bhakti Movement in South India and Teachings of Shankaracharya) n f { k . k & i wo Z, f ' k ; k r F k k i f ' p e h , f ' k ; k o sG l k F k H k k j r o sG l E c U / k ...... 59—67

(India's Relations with South-East and West Asia)

l e k t ] v F k ZO ; o L F k k ] l k f g R ; , o al aL œ f r ......................................... 68—75 (Society, Economic System, Literature and Culture) n f { k . k H k k j r e sa e f U n j v k Sj L F k k i R ; d y k ........................................... 76—84

(Temple and Architecture in South India)

v j c ] x t u o h r F k k x k Sj h o sG v k ÿ e . k v k Sj m u o sG i zH k k o ................... 85—104

(Invansion of Arabs, Gazanavi and Ghori and their Impact)

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f o K k u , o ai zk S| k sf x d h ..................................................................... 105—107 (Science and Technology)

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e / ; d k y h u H k k j r h ; b f r g k l o sG Ú k sr k sa d k l o sZ{ k . k ....................... 108—124

(Survey of the Sources of Medieval Indian History)

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f n Y y h l Y r u r d h L F k k i u k % d qr qc qn ~n h u , sc d v k Sj b Y r qr f e ' k ... 125—133 (Establishment of Delhi Sultanate : Qutubuddin Aibak and Iltutmish) 15. j f t ; k , o ac y c u ........................................................................... 134—147 (Razia and Balban) 16.

f [ k y t h j k t o a' k % v y k m n ~n h u f [ k y t h d h f o t ; v k Sj l q/ k k j ........ 148—170

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(The Khilji Dynasty : Alauddin Khilji's Conquest and Reforms) 17.

r qx y d j k t o a' k % e qg E e n & f c u & r qx y d ] f Q j k st ' k k g r qx y d . 171—199

(The Tughlaq Dynasty : Mohammad-Bin-Tughlaq, Firoz-shah Tughlaq)

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y k s/ k h o a' k v k Sj f n Y y h l Y r u r d k i r u ......................................... 200—213 (Lodi Dynasty and Downfall of Delhi Sultanate)

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r Se wj d k H k k j r i j v k ÿ e . k , o ai zH k k o ............................................ 214—217

20. 21. 22. 23.

(Timur's Invasion on India and its Impact)

l Y r u r d k y e sa L F k k i R ; , o al k f g R ; ............................................ 218—231 (Architecture and Literature during the Sultanate Period) l Y r u r d k y e sa l k e k f t d r F k k v k f F k Zd t h o u ............................ 232—239

(Social and Economic Life in the Sultanate Period)

f n Y y h l Y r u r d h ' k k l u O ; o L F k k ................................................ 240—248 (Administrative System of the Delhi Sultanate) H k f D r v k U n k sy u , o al wQ h o k n ........................................................ 249—270

(Bhakti Movement and Sufism)

24.

b f r g k l y s[ k u , o aÚ k sr ................................................................. 271—274 (Historiography and Sources)

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i zk U r h ; ' k f ‰ ; k sa d k m n ; ] f o t ; u x j r F k k c g e u h l k e zk T ; ......... 275—296

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(Rise of Provincial Kingdom, Vijaynagar and Bahamani Kingdom)

n f { k . k H k k j r d h l k e k f t d , o av k f F k Zd f L F k f r ............................... 297—301

(Social and Economic Condition of South India)

27.

L F k k i R ; , o al k f g R ; ........................................................................ 302—307 (Architecture and Literature)

28.

e qx y l k e zk T ; d h L F k k i u k % c k c j , o ag qe k ; w° ................................. 308—336 (The Foundation of Mughal Empire : Babar and Humayun)

29.

' k sj ' k k g l wj h v k Sj m l d k i z' k k l u ................................................... 337—352 (Sher Shah Suri and his Administration)