Modern India

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Topic Covered:

1. Expansion of British Power ( In the context of Bengal, Mysore, Punjab etc.)

2. Economic Impact of British rule

3. Socio-Religious Movements in 19th- 20th Centuries

4. Freedom Struggle A.The revolt of 1857 B. Moderate Phase C. Extremist Phase D. The Gandhian Era

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