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कोर्स की रूपरेखा

Pavan Choudhary is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Pavan Choudhary
Winner of Clever invention award December 2018, No.1 Educator in MPPSC Category Director Saarthi Education, Youtuber

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thank you so much sir it covers maximum portion of invasion of europeans
Pavan Choudhary
24 days ago
thnx mam
thank you sir for bringing such a beautiful course
ur all lactur so help full...great work sir
Pavan Choudhary
2 years ago
  1. MPPSC MAINS PAPER 1 PART A TOPIC 1.4 Impact of British Rule on Indian Economy and Society, Indian Response to British rule: Peasant and Tribal Revolts The first struggle of Independence Topic 1.5 Indian Renaissance: The freedom National Movement and its Leader (with special reference to MP3 Sarthi

  2. STRATEGY AND DECODING OF SYLLABUS Topic divided into 8 Courses o Later Mughal oArrival of Europeans o British Empire (1757-1857) o The Revolt of 1857 o Nationalist Movement (1858-1905) o Nationalist Movement (1905-1918) o Struggle for Swaraj (1918-1927) o Struggle for Swaraj (1927-1947) Sarthi

  3. Francisco De Almeida Alfanso d' Albuquerque Portuguese Nino de Cunha Battle of Swally Establishment of Calcutta,Madras, Bombay Engtish Early Europeans Battle of Chinsura (Bedara) Dutch Danish First Carnatic War French Second Carnatic War Sarthi


  5. o The Commercial contact b/w India and Europe were very old via land Route through Oxus Valley > Syria r Egypt o New trade route via cape of Good Hope was discovered by Vasco-de-gama in 1498 o After that many foreign companies came to India for trading Purpose o But English were succeeded in establishing their Rule an @ 31 3TYFft HrdT RTT Sarthi

  6. ASIA Morth Atfantio EURO PE Azores Lisbon, Portugal (Began voyage in July 1497) (Returned in Sept. 1499) India Arabia Return to G .Goa Cape Verde Islands Portugal Aug 1498) AF RICA Calicut (May 1498) Malindi Equator- MMombasak Voyage to India Mo ambique ndian gcear Bay Natal South Atlantic Ocear Cape of Good Hope Nov. 1497) 1,000 Miles O 1,OOO Kilo Sarthi

  7. THE PORTUGUESE o Vasco-de-Gama reached port of Calicut in 1498 o He was warmly received by Zamorin the ruler of Calicut Again came back in 1502 o Permitted trade in Spies and setup factory on the coast o Setup trading station at Calicut, Cannore and Cochin 7 3 Sarthi

  8. Francisco de Almeida (1505-09) o First Portuguese Governor in India o Introduced Policy of Blue Water- Monopoly established in Indian Ocean Alphanso d' Alburquerque (1509-14) o Second Governor afRTIG o Captured Goa from B ijapur Malacca, Ceylon ,Daman and Selsette o Captured o AdoptedF o Built fort at Calicut Policy of Imperialsim Established rule in India First to Abolished Sati / TT Sarthi

  9. Nino De Cunha (1529-38) o Transferred Capital from Cochin to Goa in 1530 o Captured Bassein and Diu from Bahadur Shah of Gujarat o By 1534, Portuguese had acquired Mumbai, Vasai, Virar, Daman and Diu, Surat and entire Goa 0 1 534 Entry point like Natural Port/ A kind of Passes / Feitorias- Cartage- o 1579- Established Town of Hooghly-Chuchura Sarthi

  10. Battle of Swally (1612) o Fought b/w British Navy and Portuguese Swally (near Surat)/ aZ FaTo o Place- o This battle was the result of the Portuguese monopoly over trade with India in the late-15th and 16th centuries Two English ventures, Adventurers (established 1551) and the English East India Company also known as "John Company", were desperately attempting to find routes to the East Indies and the spice trade The Company of Merchant (established 1600) o Resulted in Declining power of Portuguese

  11. THE DUTCH o Dutch were the first to break through the Portuguese monopoly in the east o Established Vereenidge Oostindische Companie (VOC) i.e. United East India Company in 16072 o Netherland had got independence from Spanish Empire in 1581 o Due to war of independence, the ports in Spain for Dutch were closed o This forced them to find out a route to India and east to enable direct trade.