Notes on Vardhana Dynasty and Post – Gupta period for different Competitive exams and Government Exams – Ancient India – Chapterwise history notes – Pushyabhuti or Vardhana dynasty Important Note: Dear Reader, Thanks for visiting Nishant eAcademy website. We are working hard to provide you best content to score more in your competitive exams however … Read more
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Complete Exam-oriented notes on Vedic Literature (Part 1 of the complete notes of The Vedic Period and Vedic Text), designed and written in such a strategic way to cover all the important points like – who were Aryans? What is Shruti? what is Smriti? Students will also get brief and to-the-point notes on Samhitas (Vedas), Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Upanishads, Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda, Atharva Veda, Vedangas, Smritis Dharmashastras, Mahakavyas, Puranas, Upvedas, Shad Dharshanas etc.
In this post, we are providing complete notes on the first war of Indian Independence also known as the 1857 revolt. This is a part of Complete Notes of Modern History of India. These notes are very helpful in clearing most of the exams like UPSC CSE, State PCS, SSC CGL, CHSL, CPO, FSSAI, ASRB, … Read more
The primary causes of the First Anglo-Sikh War were the selfish motives of the Sikh nobles on the one hand, and the long-standing ambition of the English to conquer Punjab on the other. The crossing of the river Satlaj by the Sikh army was no genuine cause of the war as the army had not … Read more
After Tipu Sultan’s Mysore was captured by the British in 1799, the Marathas were the only major Indian power left outside of British domination. At the time, the Maratha Confederacy consisted of fivemajor chief, the Peshwas at Pune, the Goekwads at Baroda, the Holkar’s at Indore, the Scandia’s at Gwalior and the Bhosle’s Nagpur. There … Read more