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  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of unacadeny Modern India By Aartee Mishra Administrative Changes after 1857 Part D Hindi


  2. Royal Commission on Decentralisation (1908) Pointing out the lack of financial resources as the great stumbling block in the effective functioning of local bodies, the commission made the following recommendations It emphasised that village panchayats should be entrusted with more powers like judicial jurisdiction in petty cases, incurring expenditure on minor village worKs, village schools, small fuel and fodder reserves, etc. The panchayats should be given adequate sources of income It emphasised the importance of sub-district boards to be established in every taluka or tehsil, with separate spheres of duties and separate sources of revenue for sub-district boards and the district boards It urged the withdrawal of existing restrictions on their powers of taxation, and also, the stoppage of regular grants-in-aid from provincial governments except for undertaking large projects The municipalities might undertake the responsibility for primary education and, if willing, for middle vernacular schools, otherwise the Government should relieve them of any charges in regard to secondary education, hospitals, relief, police, veterinary works, etc.


  3. CHANGES IN THE ARMY After 1857 > There was a systematic reorganisation of the Army since, as Dufferin warned in December 1888, "the British should always remember the lessons which were learnt with such terrible experience 30 years ago. To prevent the recurrence of another revolt was the main reason behind this reorganisation. Also, the Indian Army was to be used to defend the Indian territory of the empire from other imperialist powers in the region Russia, Germany, France, etc The Indian branch of the army was to be used for expansion in' Asia and Africa, while the British section was to be used as an army of occupation-the ultimate guarantee of British hold over India To begin with, domination of the European branch over the Indian branches was ensured. The commissions of 1859 and 1879 insisted on the principle of a one-third white army (as against 14% before 1857)


  4. Public Service Just as their systematic exclusion from law and policy-making bodies, the Indians were mostly kept out of the institutions responsible for policy implementation such as the Indian bureaucracy and other like spheres of administration. European supremacy was assured in the civil service also > This was done in mainly two ways. Firstly, although Indians had 'started' making it to the coveted ranks of the Indian Civil Services ever since Satyendranath Tagore became the first Indian to do so in 1863. entering the civil services was still extremely difficult for the Indians The entrance examination for ICS was held in London in English medium only, and the subjects included classical Greek and Latin learning. Moreover, the maximum age for appearing at the examination Lytton


  5. Public Service > Secondly, all key positions of power and authority and those which were wellpaid were occupied by the Europeans. Despite slow Indianisation after 1918 under nationalist pressure, key positions continued to be occupied by Europeans But gradually, the Indians came to realise that Indianisation of civil service had not, in any way, transferred effective power to Indian hands. The Indian members of the civil service continued to serve imperialist interests of their British masters. (Also refer to chapter on "Development of Civil Service under the British".)


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  7. Styles of Temple Architecture mam kafi mixture hua hai g enetics bhi yahi kahta hai Sachin Mishr Stupa Stupas were burial mounds prevalent in India from the Vedic perlod. It is a conventional 2.213 0 repregcntation of a funeral cumulus in which relic, and ashes of the dead were kept. During the period Of Ashoka the art of stupas re Aryans ko kshatriya kaha j aayega kya? I mean aryan s and Kshatriya are same? or kya India me Aryans ke pehle kshatriya nahi the? Prabhat Singh Kashyap Ornaments The Harappans used a large variety of materials, from precious metals and gemstones to bones and even baked clay, to make ornament Both men and women wore ornaments like necklaces, fillets armlets and finger rings Girdles,earrings and anklets were worn only by women Beads made from cornelian, amethyst, quartz, steatite etc. were quite popular and were produced on a large scale, as is evident from the factories discovered in Chanhu daro and Lothal For fabric, the Harappans used cotton and wool, which were spun by rich and poor alike. Spindles and whorls were made from expensive faience as well as cheap clay The people of the time were conscious of fashion as well, as can be inferred from the different styles of hair and beard Thus, we see that the artisans and sculptors of the Harappan civiliS tion made giant strides in the field of architecture and sculpture. From a scientific city plan to artistic figures, this ancient civilisation has left behind a legacy Of skill and craftsmanship 221 han 20 can u repeat mahajan pad s again Archit Naik 221 Jun 20 yes maam Archit Naik 221 20 sony to interupt ma'am, B ANTEE MI Enter message ESC


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