Art, History and Culture For UPSC Prelims

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Our Pasts I – Chapter 1: WHAT WHERE HOW AND WHENClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 2. ON THE TRAIL OF THE EARLIEST PEOPLEClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 3. FROM GATHERING TO GROWING FOODClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 4. IN THE EARLIEST CITIESClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 5. WHAT BOOKS AND BURIALS TELL USClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 6. KINGDOMS KINGS AND AN EARLY REPUBLICClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 7. NEW QUESTIONS AND IDEASClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 8. ASHOKA THE EMPEROR WHO GAVE UP WARClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 9. VITAL VILLAGES THRIVING TOWNSClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 10. TRADERS KINGS AND PILGRIMSClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 11. NEW EMPIRES AND KINGDOMSClick Here
Our Pasts I – Chapter 12. BUILDINGS PAINTINGS AND BOOKSClick Here
Our Pasts II – 1. Tracing Changes Through A Thousand YearsClick Here
Our Pasts II – 2. New Kings And KingdomsClick Here
Our Pasts II – 3. The Delhi SultansClick Here
Our Pasts II – 4. The Mughal EmpireClick Here
Our Pasts II – 5. Rulers And BuildingsClick Here
Our Pasts II – 6. Towns Traders And Crafts personsClick Here
Our Pasts II – 7. Tribes Nomads And Settled CommunitiesClick Here
Our Pasts II – 8. Devotional Paths To The DivineClick Here
Our Pasts II – 9. The Making Of Regional CulturesClick Here
Our Pasts II – 10. Eighteenth-Century Political FormationsClick Here
Our Pasts III – 1. How When and WhereClick Here
Our Pasts III – 2. From Trade to Territory: The Company Establishes PowerClick Here
Our Pasts III – 3. Ruling the CountrysideClick Here
Our Pasts III – 4. Tribals Dikus and the Vision of a Golden AgeClick Here
Our Pasts III – 5. When People Rebel 1857 and AfterClick Here
Our Pasts III – 6. Colonialism and the City: The Story of an Imperial CapitalClick Here
Our Pasts III – 7. Weavers Iron Smelters and Factory OwnersClick Here
Our Pasts III – 8. Civilising the “Native” Educating the NationClick Here
Our Pasts III – 9. Women Caste and ReformClick Here
Our Pasts III – 10. The Changing World of Visual ArtsClick Here
Our Pasts III – 11. The Making of the National Movement 1870s – 1947
Our Pasts III – 12. India After IndependenceClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 1. The French RevolutionClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 2. Socialism in Europe and the Russian RevolutionClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 3. Nazism and the Rise of HitlerClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 4. Forest Society and ColonialismClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 5. Pastoralists in the Modern WorldClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 6. Peasants and FarmersClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 7. History and Sport The Story of CricketClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – I – 8. Clothing A Social HistoryClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 1. The Rise of Nationalism in EuropeClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 2. The Nationalist Movement in Indo – ChinaClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 3. Nationalism in IndiaClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 4. The Making of a Global WorldClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 5. The Age of IndustrialisationClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 6. Work Life and LeisureClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 7. Print Culture and The Modern WorldClick Here
India and the Contemporary World – II – 8. Novels Society and HistoryClick Here
Themes in World History – 1. Early SocietiesClick Here
Themes in World History – 2. EmpiresClick Here
Themes in World History – 3. Changing TraditionsClick Here
Themes in World History – 4. Towards ModernisationClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 1. BRICKS BEADS AND BONES The Harappan CivilisationClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 2. KINGS FARMERS AND TOWNS Early States and Economies (c.600 BCE-600 CE)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 3. KINSHIP CASTE AND CLASS Early Societies (c. 600 BCE-600 CE)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 4. THINKERS BELIEFS AND BUILDINGS Cultural Developments (c. 600 BCE-600 CE)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 5. THROUGH THE EYES OF TRAVELLERS Perceptions of Society (c. tenth to seventeenth centuries)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 6. BHAKTI –SUFI TRADITIONS Changes in Religious Beliefs and Devotional Texts (c. eighth to eighteenth centuries)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 7. AN IMPERIAL CAPITAL VIJAYANAGARA (c. fourteenth to sixteenth centuries)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 8. PEASANTS ZAMINDARS AND THE STATE Agrarian Society and the Mughal Empire (c. sixteenth-seventeenth centuries)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 9. KINGS AND CHRONICLES The Mughal Courts (c. sixteenth-seventeenth centuries)Click Here
Themes in Indian History – 10. COLONIALISM AND THE COUNTRYSIDE Exploring Official ArchivesClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 11. REBELS AND THE RAJ 1857 Revolt and its RepresentationsClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 12. COLONIAL CITIES Urbanisation Planning and ArchitectureClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 13. MAHATMA GANDHI AND THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT Civil Disobedience and BeyondClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 14. UNDERSTANDING PARTITION Politics Memories ExperiencesClick Here
Themes in Indian History – 15. FRAMING THE CONSTITUTION The Beginning of a New EraClick Here