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Most important History Topics Visitors to India and Battles
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Most important History Topics

Sandeep Kankanala
I love teaching General Knowledge with Mnemonic Tricks.Appeared IBPS ,RRB NTPC Mains .Educator at YouTube With 150K subscribers ,60lakh view

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  1. unacademy Follow me on the Unacademy Learning App 119.8k4 Sandeep kankanala Educator since April 2018 love teaching General Knowledge with Mnemonic Tricks Appeared IBPSRRB NTPC Mains.Educator at YouTube With 150K subscribers 60lakh view Get updates about new courses Watch all my lessons .Download slides and watch offline 6.8k 7 Followers Folowing Couse Message- All courses Geography GK Tricks | General Science I Indian History I Geography 43 (7 ratings Q Sandeep Kankanala Sandeep kankanala o Physics GK Tricks on Important Topics From Previous Papers 3(3 ratings) Sandeep kankanala


  2. Important Battles in the History of India


  3. British defeated Sirai-ud-duala with the help of Mir Zafar. This battle laid the foundation of British empire in India Battle of Plassey 1757 British decisively defeated the French in India. The Seven vears war (1756 - 1763) between the British and the French in Europe ran parallel to this war. 3 Carnatic wars were fought between the British and the French and this battle was a part of the 3rd Carnatic War. Battle of Wandiwash 1760 British defeated the combined forces of Mir Qasim, Shuja-ud- duala (Nawab of Oudh) and Shalh Alam Il(Mughal emperor). This completed the work began by the battle of Plassey Battle of Buxar 1764 Aurangzeb defeated Dara Shikoh Battle of Samugarh 1658 Nadir Shah defeated Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah Battle of Karnal 1739


  4. Foreign Invaders


  5. Foreign Invaders Invader Points to remember He was the first to invade India in 326 B.C He defeated King Porus on the banks of River helum. The battle is known as the Battle of Hydaspes. Dhana Nanda of the Nanda dynasty was in power in northern and eastern India at the time of his invasion Alexander's army mutinied, possibly at the prospect of facing a strong army of the Nandas and Alexander decided to return to Macedonia Alexander He was a Mongolian who conquered some kingdoms on the banks of River Indus in 1221 A.D. The ruler of Delhi at that time was Iltutmish Chengiz Khan He was first muslim to invade India in 712 A.D. He conquered Sindh and Punjab regions along the Indus river but did not Mohammed Bin Qasim


  6. Timur Lang or Timur the Lame, was a muslim conqueror who invaded India in 1398. The ruler of Delhi at the time was Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah Timur He was the ruler of Iran who invaded India in 1738. He defeated the Mughal Emperor Muhammed Shah and carried with him the Peacock throne and the Kohinoor diamond. Nadir Shalh He was the ruler of Afghanistan who invaded India several times between 1747 & 1767, the most famous being the invasion of 1761 when he defeated the Marathas in the 3rd battle of Panipat. Ahmed Shah Abdali


  7. Visitors to India


  8. Megasthenes He was the ambassador of Seleucus in the court of Chandragupta Maurya known to the Greek as Sandrocottus. He was also the author of a book 'Indica .Fahien He was a Chinese Buddhist monk who visited India during the reign of Vikramaditya (Chandragupta II). He is known for his visit to Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha. His journey is described in his travelogue "Record of Buddhist Kingdoms


  9. Huien Tsang He was a Chinese traveller who visited India during the time of Harsha Vardhana. His book is called Si-yu-ki or "The Records of the Western World Alberuni A persian scholar, he accompanied Mohammed of Ghazni and wrote a book titled Tahqiq-i-hind'. He was the first mulsim scholar to study India. He is regarded as the father of Indology


  10. .Marco Polo He was a well known European traveller who visited many Eastern countries, including India. He visited Southern India where Rudramma Devi of the Kakatiyas was in power . Ibn Batuta . Ibn Batuta was a Moroccon traveller who visited India during the time of Mohammed Bin Tughlaq. His account of travels is known as the Rihla.


  11. Abdul Razak He was a Persian cholar and ambassador of the ruler of Persia to Calicut who visited India during the rule of Deva Raya II of Vijayanagar during 1442 to 1445. . St Thomas . He is believed to be the first Christian saint to visit India in 52 A.D


  12. Rani Rudramma 1259 1289 A.D Rani Rudrama Devi belonged to the Kakatiya dynasty on the Deccan Plateau . She was the daughter of King Ganapathideva who formally designated her as a son through the ancient P . . utrika ceremony and named her Rudradeva She succeeded her father when she was only fourteen years old She was married to Veerabhadra, Eastern Chalukyan prince of Nidadavolu She completed the Warangal Fort, begun by her father. Marcopolo, the Venetian traveller who paid a visit during her rule writes that she was a lover of justice, of equity and peace. .


  13. Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar 1725 - 1795 A.D . Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar ruled over Ahmednagar from 1766 to 1795 . She was the daughter of Manakoji Shinde . In 1733 she was married to Khande Rao, who died in the battle of Kumbher in 1754 Her father-in-law Malhar Rao Holkar guided her in ruling the state till his death in 1766.


  14. Rani Lakshmi Bai 1835 1858 A.D . Rani Laxmibai was born in Varanasi and named Manu . She was married to Gangadhar, the ruler of Jhansi in 1842 . When both her husband and her son died she adopted a child to make him the heir to the throne. . The then British Governor General Lord Dalhousie refused to recognise the adoption and ordered annexation of Jhansi. Rani Laxmibai joined other rulers who were rebelling against British rule. She was mortally wounded at Gwalior and died in June 1858