The course aims to trace the Indian National Movement from 1858 to 1947 focusing on how different historiographic schools view Indian Nationalism. Emphasis of the course is on the role played by INC from 1885 to 1947 and Gandhi in leading the country to freedom in 1947. The other strands of the National Movement particularly the Revolutionary and Left wing and youth organizations along with the communal strands are highlighted.
This course aims to introduce the student to the broad trends in the rise and growth of colonialism and its specific form in India in modern times.
The aim of this paper is to acquaint the students with architectural monuments constructed during the medieval period. In fact, each of the Muslim dynasties which established itself in the Indian subcontinent created its own architectural style and bequeathed a wealth of outstanding secular and religious buildings, this paper studies the main features of these buildings. It also discusses the developments in painting, dance & music.
The aim of the present course is to make an assessment of British policy and programme in Punjab and study the construction of State. It critically examines and evaluates administrative, social, cultural, economic developments as well as socio-religious resurgence in the province between 1849-1901.