How, When and Where - Questions


Q28. Why we continue to associate history with a string of dates?

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What was the reason behind the use of dates in history?

 

Q29. How did James Mill view India?

 

Q30. What is the problem with the periodisation of Indian history that James Mill offers?

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The Periodisation of Indian History made by James Mill during 1817 was unjustified. Why?

 

Q31. Historians divide Indian history into ancient, medieval and modem. But this division too has its problems. What are these problems?

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Historians divided history into ancient, medieval and modern period. What is the problem with this periodisation?

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'Dividing Indian history into ancient, medieval and modern periods by historians too has its problem' Explain.

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Historians have divided Indian history into 'ancient', 'medieval' and 'modern'. What problems does this division have?

 

Q32. How important are dates?

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“History is boring because it is all about memorizing dates.” Is such a conception true?

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In the common-sense notion, history was synonymous with dates. Discuss

 

Q33. How did surveys become important under the colonial administration?

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Explain the importance of survey under the colonial administration.

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Why did surveys become a common practice under the colonial administration?

 

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