1st week Aurangzib and the Decay of the Mughal Empire
Stanley Lane-Poole, Aurangzib and the Decay of the Mughal Empire, 1-102
2nd week, War of succession in Mughal empire
Biography of Later Mughal Emperors (1707-1857)
Later Mughals and-disintegration of the mughale empire in-India
William Irvine, Later Mughals, Calcutta: Mc Sarkar and Sons, 307-379.
Role of Mughal Nobility
MD. SHAKIL AKHTAR, COMPOSITION AND ROLE OF THE NOBILITY (1739-1761), CENTRE OF ADVANCED STUDY DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY ALIGARH (INDIA) 200 8,175-245
P. Hardy Source: The Journal of Asian Studies , Feb., 1976, Vol. 35, No. 2 (Feb., 1976), pp. 257-263 meet, google class
4th -5th week Independence states in Later Mughals.
M. Athat Ali, The Passing of Empire: The Mughul Case, Modern Asian Studies , 1975, Vol. 9, No. 3. Cambridge University Press, 385-396
Syed Ali Abbas, socio-economic crises of 18th century Pakistan and India, journal of Historical Society Punjab University, vol, xvlll-1961.
6th week Rise of Marathas
SIVA CHHATRAPATI, ADMINISTRATIV E SYSTE M O F TH E MARATHAa, VOL. I, Calcutta University. 127-172 meet, google class
7th week,Tipu Sultan
Narasingha Sil, Tipu Sultan in History: Revisionism Revised, SAGE Open April-June 2013: 1–11 © The Author(s) 2013 . 1-13.
Tipu Sultan in The Sword of Tipu Sultan and in A History of Modern India, . 1-37
8th week Nadir shah (third battle of panipat)
William Irvine, Later Mughals, Calcutta: Mc Sarkar and Sons, 330-360. meet, google class
9th-10th week Political and Socio-economic condition of India during era of later Mughals
Syed Ali Abbas, socio-economic crises of 18th century Pakistan and India, journal of Historical Society Punjab University, vol, xvlll-1961. 1-56
Keene, H.G. : The Turks in India, Delhi 1972, 1-30
10th -11TH week Arrival of EUROPEAN
DANIEL GERSTELL, Administrative Adaptability: The Dutch East India Company and Its Rise to Power, 1- 13
Ron Harris,, The English East India Company and the History of Company Law, Tel Aviv University, 2005, 1- 18 meet, google class
12th week Arrival of British and colonial influence on indigenous
13th -14 week Colonialism and development in British India
Bipan Chandra, Colonial India: British versus Indian Views of Development, Research Foundation of State University of New York for and on behalf of the Fernand Braudel Center, Vol. 14, No. 1 (Winter, 1991), pp. 81-167
15th -16th week Theories of Decline of Mughal Empire.
Leonard, KB, The Great Firm Theory of Mughal Decline, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 21(2), , the California Digital Library University of California, 151-167.
this course is designed to acquaint the students with the decline of Great Mughal Empire 1707 to 1857 which covers the near about 150 years.
the achievements and heritage of mughal dynasty was integrated due to the weakness of the central authority and arrivals of invaders. selected readings covers various factors and resistance movements of the mughal decline. british arrival as traders and merchants and settelements of European colonies critically highlighted through readings.
Course Learning Outcomes
the main objective of the course to encourage students to analyse critically the facts of History during later Mughal era 1707-1857.
rise and fall of dynasties and role of central authority and its relations with nobility.
concepts of colonialism, imperialism and resistance movements i
knowledge power relationship and its impacts on individual.
critical evaluation of the concepts of modernist India and policies of East India to British Raj
Political and Socio-economic condition of India during era of later Mughals
Arrival of EUROPEAN
Book Title : modern indian hisory
Author : Tutorials Point (I) Pvt. Ltd.
Edition : 2016
Publisher : Tutorials Point (I) Pvt. Ltd.