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History Of Medieval India 01 Edition By Satish Chandra. Book Details: Publisher Orient Blackswan Publication Year ISBN ISBN India's Struggle for Independence by Bipan Chandra Ancient India – RS Sharma (NCERT | Class 11) · Medieval India – Satish Chandra (NCERT | Class 11). Medieval India. Topics: medieval india history, satish chandra. Collection: opensource. medieval india. Identifier: MedievalIndia. Identifier-ark.

In contrast, the Hindu nationalist historiography disagreed with Marxist historiography and based Indian history in the antiquity with glories of Hindu civilization and culture.

These contrary views of history set the scene for conflict. In , a Parliamentary Consultative Committee wanted the textbook on Ancient India to state categorically that the "Aryans" were indigenous to India.

But the demand was rejected by the Editorial Board as well as Thapar as the author.

Further critical reactions came from Hindu and Sikh religious organisations that their respective religions and religious leaders had not been glorified. The Hindu Mahasabha and Arya Samaj claimed that the mention of beef-eating in ancient times went counter to the religious sentiments of the "Hindu nationality. The controversy centers around the charges of an attempted " saffronised " rewriting of Indian history i. In , the organization has been blamed for attempting to insult the government by publishing 'offensive' cartoons in its textbooks.

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The Prime Minister forwarded the memorandum to the Education Minister suggesting that the books be withdrawn from circulation. In August , R. Sharma's Ancient India was published, which was also targeted. The books were said to be "anti-Indian and anti-national" in content and "prejudicial to the study of history.

The Hindu nationalist Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh launched a separate campaign against the books in its magazine Organiser. The authors of the books argued for the legitimacy of independent interpretations as long as they were based on reliable evidence. The most hotly contested issue in the to controversy was the depiction of Mughal era Muslim ruled India and the role of Islam in India. Romila Thapar 's Medieval India was criticised for being too sympathetic to Muslim viewpoints and for showing too little enthusiasm for Hindu heritage.

Grewal , Barun De and S. This panel suggested that the textbooks that were being used in school syllabuses had poor content, were presented shoddily, and contained significant amounts of irrelevant information. This led the Delhi students to use textbooks that were used in school syllabuses from the pre-"saffronised" period.

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Babasaheb Ambedkar. The book, which had been originally published in , wasn't recognized as part of the syllabus until On 2 April, Ramdas Athavale held a press conference and burnt copies of the page from the textbook prescribed in the political science syllabus.

RPI workers burnt his effigy. Aug 9, Medieval India.

Topics: medieval india history, satish chandra. Collection: opensource.

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Identifier: MedievalIndia. Dec 19, Indian Historical Review.

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The Council also intends to do away with history as a subject at that level and, instead, Satish Chandra, whose textbook on Medieval India is proposed to be From the page summarySatish Chandra. Karikala is said to have given one poet 1,, gold pieces but this seems to be an exaggeration In practice, the NCERT has operated as a semi-official organisation promoting a "State-sponsored" educational philosophy.

In societies across the world it has been a tool for nation building, for mobilisation, for manipulation.

But the demand was rejected by the Editorial Board as well as Thapar as the author. Topics: medieval india history, satish chandra.

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