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Topic Wise History Notes




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Competition Zenith brings you the best available 'History Notes' over internet. These notes are prepared subtly keeping in mind the questions that are regularly asked in the competition exams. We have covered all the relevant topics to excel you in history subject. Below is the table with chapter names and their respective links.


S. No.
Chapter Name
Link
1.
Brief Insight of Harappa/Indus Valley Civilization
2.
Vedic Culture
3.
The Rise of Buddhism And Jainism
4.
Magadha Empire, Its Dynasties And Alexander’s Invasion
5.
The Mauryan Empire
6.
Post Maurya Period And Gupta Dynasty
7.
Post Gupta Period: Vardhan Dynasty & Kingdom of Deccan
8.
South Indian Kingdom
9.
Medieval India And Islamic Invasion
10.
The Delhi Sultanate
11.
The Mughal Empire And Rise of The Marathas
12.
Modern India: The Advent of Europeans
13.
The 18th Century And The Rise of European Power In India
14.
Governer Generals of Bengal And India, and Their Important Work
15.
The Revolt of 1857 And Social & Cultural Uprisings
16.
Indian Independence And Important National Activities
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  • Important Historical Monuments And Their Builders : Click Here


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