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Nice Initiative. Very good and simplified content.
Thanks for the comment.
it is very nice.
Yes it is useful.
if we have another source of book it may cause some understanding issues ?
It’s better you read/revise our mindmaps multiple times instead of wasting time on another source.
Is it complete I mean 1857 revolt, All anglo wars with Indian Princeky states etc.?Is it complete revision package
Yes. Everything is covered.
plz also cover B R Ambedkar topic in important personalities
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. Regards
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.
hi comparison table between modrates & Extremst in 1905 -1918 map is not opening kindly help
Please watch https://youtu.be/wP6M6S6-Dyc
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