Watch the pattern of alignments and realignments. A letter from the Editor. Dear reader, The COVID-19-induced lockdown and the absolute necessity for human beings to maintain a physical distance from one another in order to contain the pandemic has changed our lives in unimaginable ways. The print medium all over the world is no exception.
Medieval India: Society, Culture and Religion Page 5 UNIT-I NATURE OF STATE The Medieval Period of Indian History comprises a long period, spanning from 6th century i.e after the fall of the Gupta Empire to the 18th century, i.e the beginning of colonial domination.Modern historians, for the convenience of studying the state and society of medieval India, usually divide the period into Early.
For example, ancient Romans conquered vast areas in Europe, North Africa and South-West Asia. During this period, many people migrated to Rome which provided better economic and employment opportunities. During the medieval period, the Arabs were quite advanced in education and technology. With this, they conquered large territories in Central Asia, Northern Africa, Iberian Peninsula (Spain.
It consists of two papers, i.e. (paper 1 and 2) carries 250 marks each, in a total of 500 marks. Political science is a form of science; also a branch of philosophy that deals with the detailed study and analysis of political aspects of a country. Right from the political behaviour to the way governance is held and conducted, policy-making and decisions, systematic consolidation of power, etc.
Economic empowerment is thought to allow poor people to think beyond immediate daily survival and to exercise greater control over both their resources and life choices. For example, it enables households to make their own decisions around making investments in health and education, and taking risks in order to increase their income. There is also some evidence that economic empowerment can.Learn More
Indian English literature (IEL), also referred to as Indian Writing in English (IWE), is the body of work by writers in India who write in the English language and whose native or co-native language could be one of the numerous languages of India.Its early history began with the works of Henry Louis Vivian Derozio and Michael Madhusudan Dutt followed by Rabindranath Tagore and Sri Aurobindo.Learn More
The wide distribution of the practice of witch-hunts in geographically and culturally separated societies (Europe, Africa, New Guinea) since the 1960s has triggered interest in the anthropological background of this behaviour. The belief in magic and divination, and attempts to use magic to influence personal well-being (to increase life, win love, etc.) are human cultural universals.Learn More
Anthropology is one of the optional subjects in UPSC Mains consist of two papers. Paper 1 deals more with the concepts and theories in anthropology. Paper 2 deals with the study of anthropology in the Indian context. Each paper carries 250 marks, in a total of 500 marks. This article provides you with the latest anthropology optional syllabus for IAS Mains 2020. Download the complete syllabus.Learn More
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The pattern of population in pre-1947 Bengal was roughly as follows: the province had one huge city and its industrial-commercial hub, its capital Calcutta. The rest of the province was known as moffussil, a region generally looked down upon by the inhabitants of the big city. In this region there were a few minor towns, such as Dacca, Chittagong and Darjeeling, but the rest was predominantly.Learn More
Information about sales location data from e-commerce platforms, for example, can be used to draw dangerous inferences and patterns regarding caste, religion, and sexuality.Learn More
Last week’s annual Center for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) conference brought together researchers from the African continent and around the world for the presentation of nearly 300 papers about nearly every aspect of African societies, from agriculture to education to firms to health to trade. Here I provide a micro-summary of almost every paper presented at the conference.Learn More
The most complete library of Marxism with content in 62 languages and the works of over 720 authors readily accessible by archive, sujbect, or history.Learn More
A number of states in the far north and the northeast boast similarly low fertility levels, including West Bengal, noted for its swarming metropolis of Calcutta (Kolkata). India’s geographical birthrate disparities, coupled with the country’s admirable ability to collect socio-economic data, allow us to carefully examine ideas about fertility decline.Learn More
The equatorial region, the monsoon region, the Sahel region (Africa), the Tundra region, the mountainous region are the examples of formal physical regions. Similarly, we may observe the homogeneity of language, religion, ethnicity and lifestyle in certain areas. Such regions are known as the formal cultural regions. Whatever the basis of its definition, the formal region is the largest area.Learn More
Students depicted culture of every state and unity of every religion through this Rakhi. Colour papers, clothes, laces and many decorative materials were used in the making of this long Rakhi.Learn More