Modern Indian History through Mindmaps

This mindmap course helps you in learning or revising modern Indian history topics 10X faster and better!
Who is this course for
  • UPSC, State PSC, and other competitive exam aspirants who have this subject in their syllabus
  • General readers who wish to learn this subject in a short amount of time

Features of this course
  • In-depth but easy to learn/revise through interactive & hierarchical mindmaps
  • Remember concepts for long-term
  • Add your own notes
  • Linkage with current affairs gives you updated info right away
  • Adhered to syllabus & previous year question patterns

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Course Includes

  • 15 Modules
  • 4 Submodules

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  1. Is it complete I mean 1857 revolt, All anglo wars with Indian Princeky states etc.?Is it complete revision package

  2. hi 
    In your mind map for Indian national movement from 1858-1905. There is a word Indianalisation is used kindly help me with meaning of the word.
    I am your paid customer , I have sent a question using contact us form but did not got any response hope to get a response this time.

    1. Sorry for the late response. Regarding your query, the term ‘Indianalisation’ is used similarly to ‘Globalisation’. Due to globalisation, if one country’s economy affected, then other countries also suffer because of trade ties. Likewise, trade was indianalised (pan-India trade) during British rule = if one region suffers drought, then other regions also suffered. This pan-India suffering was also a factor that unified people against the British empire. In short, Indianalisation (Pan-India Trade) => Pan-India suffering => People unified as they have a common cause. I hope I’ve clarified your doubt. Good luck with prep.