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तालिबान का इतिहास: अफगानिस्तान में उनकी सफलता के क्या कारण हैं -History of Tliban In Hindi

अफगानिस्तान में तालिबान के सत्ता पर एक बार फिरसे काबिज होने के बाद सारे विश्व में आतंकी संगठनों के सक्रीय होने का अंदेशा खड़ा कर दिया है।भारत को विशेष रूप से सतर्क रहने की आवश्यकता है क्योंकि तालिबानी मुख्य रूप से पाकिस्तानी मदरसों से निकले कटरपंथी इस्लामिक छात्रों का आतंकी समूह में है।इस ब्लॉग में … Read more

Subhash Chandra Bose and Azad Hind Fauj

You often read the names of Azad Hind Fauj and Subhash Chandra Boss in the history of the Indian independence movement. The Azad Hind Fauj fought directly with the British government for the independence of India during the Second World War. Although there was the help of the Japanese government behind him and as soon … Read more

Ancient India: 50 Very Important Questions and Answers

  Ancient India: 50 Very Important Questions and Answers 1- Who first discovered the stone age in India? Answer – The Indian Paleolithic was first discovered by Robert Bruce Foote in 1863 when lithography of the Pre-Stone Age was obtained from a place called Pallavaram near Chennai (Madras).  2- Where is the Belan River valley? … Read more

Iltutmish-Early life,Rule and Achievements, Construction of Qutub Minar

After the death of Qutubuddin Aibak, the first sultan of the Das or Slave dynasty in 1210 AD, the Maliks and Sardars in Lahore installed a person named Aramshah to maintain peace among the people and prevent possible rebellions. There are differences of opinion as to what was the relationship between Aramshah and Qutubuddin. The … Read more

Mansabdari System: Mughal History, Merits and Demerits

The Mansabdari system started by the Mughal Emperor Akbar was the pivot of the civil and military system of the Mughal Empire. Akbar had adopted this practice from Persia. It differed in principle from European feudalism. Just as European feudalism was related to agriculture and land, Mughal feudalism i.e. ‘Mansabdari system’ had no relation with … Read more

Coins of Kanishka

The Kushan period has a special significance in the circulation of coins in India. Although the Yavana kings introduced gold coins in northwest India, the credit for their regular and complete circulation goes to the Kushan kings only. India’s relations with Rome and other Western countries became very strong during the Kushan period due to … Read more