1 Proposed distribution of Credits for Master s Degree in History First Semester Paper No. Title of the Paper L.T.P Type Credi ts 1 Ancient Indian Civilization Harappa Civilization to the Vardhanas Dynasty (Hard core) 2 Ancient World Civilization (Greek, Roman, Egypt, Mesopotamian) (Hard core) 2:1:1 04 2:1: Problems of Ancient Indian History (Hard core) 2:1:1 04 SOFT CORE PAPERS Society and Polity of Ancient North India 2:1:1 04 Economic History of Ancient North India up to 700 A.D. 2:1:1 04 Art and Architecture of Ancient India 2:1:1 04 History of Science and Technology in Ancient India 2:1:1 04 Intellectual History of Ancient India 2:1:1 04 The History of South India under Chalukyas of Badami, Pallavas of Kanchi, and Rashtrakutas History of Sangam age, Cholas, Cheras and pandyas History of Satavahanas, Kadambas of Banavasi and Gangas of Talakadu. 2:1:1 04 2:1:1 04 2:1:1 04 Economic History of South India 2:1:1 04 Development of Society and Polity of Ancient South India. 2:1:1 04 Sources of Ancient Indian History 2:1:1 04 Readings in Ancient Indian History 2:1:1 04 Maritime History of Ancient India 2:1:1 04 Suppressed, Oppressed and Marginalized Groups in Ancient India 2:1:1 04 Dr. N.SARASWATHI Chairman BOS in History
2 Second Semester History Paper No. Title of the Paper L.T.P Type Credit s 1 History of Medieval India (700 to 1707 A.D) Hard Core 2:1: History of Medieval World (Arab, Persian, Europe) Hard Core 2:1: Economic History of Medieval North India Hard Core 2:1:1 04 SOFT CORE PAPERS Society and Polity of Medieval India 2:1:1 04 Art & Architecture of Medieval North India 2:1:1 04 Socio Religious Movements in Medieval North India 2:1:1 04 History of Medieval South India : Hoysalas and 2:1:1 04 Chalukyas of Kalyana History of Vijayanagara Dynasty A.D. 2:1:1 04 Socio-Religious Movements in Medieval South India 2:1:1 04 Art and Architecture of Medieval South India 2:1:1 04 Economic History of Medieval South India 2:1:1 04 Medieval Indian Historical Writings 2:1:1 04 Feudal State and Culture in Medieval South India ( A.D) 2:1:1 04 Maritime Trade of South India :1:1 04 OPEN ELECTIVES Problems of Medieval Indian History 2:1:1 04 Dr. N.SARASWATHI Chairman BOS in History
3 Third Semester History Paper No. L.T.P Title of the Paper Type Credits 1 Historical Method Hard core 2:1: Problems of Modern Indian History Hard core 2:1: Indian National Movement Hard core 2:1:1 04 SOFT CORE PAPERS Thinkers of Modern India 2:1:1 04 Constitutional History of Modern India :1:1 04 Intellectual History of Modern India 2:1:1 04 Intellectual History of Modern Europe 2:1:1 04 History of Modern Europe ( ) 2:1:1 04 History of United States of America ( ) 2:1:1 04 History of Russia ( ) 2:1:1 04 Dalit Movement in Modern India 2:1:1 04 History of East Asia :1:1 04 History of South East Asia ( ) 2:1:1 04 History of West Asia ( ) 2:1:1 04 History of South Asia Excluding India ( ) 2:1:1 04 Open Electives Colonialism and Nationalism in Modern India 2:1:1 04 Dr. N.SARASWATHI Chairman BOS in History.
4 Fourth Semester History Paper No. Title of the Paper L.T.P Type Credits 1 Historiography Hard Core 2:1: History of Karnataka ( A.D) Hard Core 2:1: Economic History of Modern India ( ) Hard Core 2:1:1 04 SOFT CORE PAPERS History of British Karnataka ( ) 2:1:1 04 History of Modern Mysore ( A.D) 2:1:1 04 History of Hyderabad Karnataka ( A.D) 2:1:1 04 History of Freedom Movement and Unification in Karnataka 2:1:1 04 Dalit Movements in Modern Karnataka 2:1:1 04 Social Movement in Modern India 2:1:1 04 Social Movement in Karnataka 2:1:1 04 Social Movement in Andhra 2:1:1 04 Social Movement in Tamilnadu 2:1:1 04 Social Movement in Kerala 2:1:1 04 Peasant Movements in Modern India 2:1:1 04 Economic History of Modern Karnataka 2:1:1 04. Science & Technology in Modern India. 2:1:1 04 Maritime History in Modern India 2:1:1 04 OPEN ELECTIVE Freedom Struggle in India ( ) 2:1:1 04 Dr. N.SARASWATHI Chairman BOS in History.
5 I SEMESTER HARD CORE Ancient Indian Civilization from Harappa Civilization to the Vardhanas Dynasty Unit:1. Indus valley Civilization - Town Planning - Social economic and religious life -Vedic age - life in the Rig Vedic period - Varna System - Later Vedic period Upanishads. Unit:2. Rise of Jainism and Buddhism -Mahavira and Jainism - its principles - spread of Jainism - its contributions - Gautama Buddha and his teachings - Buddhist sangha - spread of Buddhism - Buddhist councils. Unit:3. The Age of the Mauryas - Emergence of the Empire administration society economy - Ashoka and his policy of Dhamma - Mauryan art. Unit:4. Age of the Guptas - Importance of the rule of the Guptas - feudal beginnings - society and religion - art and architecture literature - philosophy and science. Unit:5. The Vardhana dynasty - Administration of Harshavardhana - education and learning - Nalanda University - Religion - art and architecture. BOOKS FOR STUDY R.S.Sharma: History of Ancient India. Altekar.S: K.P.Jayaswal: Government and State in Ancient India. Hindu Polity. Romila Thaper: History of Ancient India Vol. I. D.N.Jha: D.D.Kosambi: Basham.A.L.: Ancient India. Culture and Civilization of Ancient India. Wonder that was India. R.S.Sharma: Indian Feudalism.
6 I SEMESTER ANCIENT WORLD CIVILIZATIONS (HARD CORE PAPER) (Egypt, Mesopotamian, Greek, Roman) Unit.1 Egyptian Cilivilization: Importance of the Nile Geographical importance- Gift of Nile- Political conditions Social- Economic and religious conditions Literature and learning arts. Unit.2 Mesopotamian Civilization: Sumer and Babylonian Hammuralu s code Society and Culture Economic conditions art and literature Assyrian Empire. Unit3 Greek Civilization: Political Organizations the city State Alexander the Great Greek political theory Religion Philosophy art and architecture, Characteristic of Hellenistic Civilization. Unit.4 Roman Civilization: The Land and the people the Government Roman Republic Roman Empire. Roman Republic The Empire The Patricians and Plebeians Punic wars. Unit.5 Julius Caesar, his wars and fall Augustus Caesar Social- Economic Conditions Roman art and architecture Painting Sculpture Roman Law Roman Religion Philosophy Roman literature Decline of the Roman Empire. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE Breasted,J.H. Rostovzeff,M.S. Schvider.H Swain.J.E. Breasted.J.H. Jastorow.M : Ancient Times, A History of the early world. : History of Ancient World : The History of Civilization : A History of World Civilization : History of Egypt : The Civilization of Babylonia and Austria Bury.J.E. & OTHERS: The Hellenistic Age Bailey.C Abot.F.F. : The Legacy of Rome and others : Society and Politics of Ancient Rome.
7 I SEMESTER HARD CORE PAPER PROBLEMS OF ANICIENT INDIAN HISTORY Unit.1: Indus Script and decipherment General Survey - Iravatham Mahadevan Sikaripura Ranganatha Rao. Unit.2: Aryan Problem original home Indegenous Foreign Literary and Archaeological Evidences Markers of Aryan Culture Problems in Historiography. Unit.3: Unit.4: Unit.5: The Problem of urbanization in India. feudalism R.S. Sharma s view on feudalism in India - Feudal Polity Feudal Economy and its Characteristic feature Feudal Polity Debate on the autonomy of peasant R.S. Sharma Harbans Mukihia. Problem of transition in ancient India Pastoral to Agriculture Agriculture to Money and Market rise of Craft and Industries. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE Iravatha Mahadevan S.R. Rao Dr. Kochar R.S. Sharma : Decipherment of Indus Valley Script. : Indus valley Civilization. : The Aryans. : Indian Feudalism.
8 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ANCIENT NORTH INDIA UP TO 700 A.D. Unit.1 Unit.2 Unit.3 Unit.4 Unit.5 Sources Agrarian System. Industries Internal Trade and External Trade. Transport and Communication Banking, Curryency Coinage. Stae and Economic Development. The Standard of life of the people Urban centres. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE Majumdar R.C Romila Thapar Jha D.N : Ancient India. : Ancient India. : Ancient India.
9 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE SOCIETY AND POLITY OF ANCIENT NORTH INDIA Unit 1 Unit 2 The Indus Valley Society: Socio- Economic and Religious Life and Decline - Vedic Social Formation From Pastoral Life to Agriculture Social life and social organization. Pre-Mauryan Socio-Political Formation: Tribal chiefdoms Organization of Mauryan State: State Formation Administration Political Ideas Society and culture. Unit 3 Post Mauryan Polity and Society: Kushanas Pratiharsa Hunas - Gupta state and Society - Gupta polity Political Ideas Land grants and the Emergence of feudal society. Unit - 4. Vardhanas State and Society: Administrative organization Socio- olitical Ideas Buddhist influence Education and learning Nalanda Taxasila. Unit 5. Rajput State and Society: Feudal polity Society and Culture. BOOKS FOR STUDY: Sankalia H.D., The Nalanda University, Delhi, 1972, Oriental Publishers Nilakanta Shastri and Others, Age of Nandas and Mauryas Altekar A.S., Government and State in Ancient India. Jayswala K.P., Hindu Polity. Sharma K.S., History of Ancient India. Puru B.N., Ancient Indian Administration. Romila Thaper, History of Ancient India, Vol-I. Jha D.N., Ancient India Kosambi D.D., Cultrue and Civilization of Ancient India in Historical Outline.
10 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT INDIA UPTO 700 A.D. Unit.1 Historiography of art and architecture of ancient India. Survey of Pre-Mauryan Traditions Art and Architecture of the Mauryan period. Unit.2 Influence of Greco-Roman on art and architecture Mathura School of Art. Unit.3 Unit.4 Unit.5 The Gandhara School of Art Amaravathi School of Art The Emergence of Hindu Temple architecture. Cave Temples and cave paintings. Royal patronage to Art and Architecture Origin and development of Dravidian Style in South India. REFERENCE BOOKS Barrett.D.and Gray : The Paintings In India Brown Percy : Indian Architecture Buddhist and Hindu, Third Edition Bombay, Rowland.B : The Art and Architecture of Indian London Singh.H : The Cave paintings of Ajanta, London, Singh.M : Encyclopaedia of Temple Architecture, Soundara Rajan.K.V. : Glimpses of Indian Culture, Architecture, Art, and Religion, New Delhi, Kramrisch Stella : The Hindu Temple, Vol.2, Calcutta, 1946.
11 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN ANCIENT INDIA Unit.1 Sources Astronomy Astrology Unit.2 Mathematics Ayurveda Metellurgy Unit.3 Agriculture and Horticulture Dietry Unit.4 Architectural Science or Manasara and Vasthu Unit.5 Shilpasastra or Sculpture. BOOKSS FOR REFERENCE Bhishaga Charya. G.M : History of Indian Medicine vol.2, Calcutta Data and Singh. A.N Menon. C.P.S : History of Hindu Mathematics vol.1 Lonson, : Ancient Astronomy and Cosmology London, Sachan. E.C : Alberuni s India 2.vols London, 1910.
12 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE INTELLECTUAL HISTORY OF ANCIENT INDIA. Unit.1 Unit.2 Sources, the Concept Social Hierarchy Freedom or Liberation as a goal of Man Four Purusharthas - Attitude towards gender issues. Unit.3 Materialism and rise of Ancient Indian thinkers Matsyanyaya and the role of Kingship. Unit.4 The concept of pollution and purity. The function of Rasaand Dwani in literature. Unit.5 The Darshanas as intellectual Ideas. BOOKSS FOR REFERENCE Altekar. A.S Dasgupta. S.N : State and Government in Ancient India 4 th Ed Delhi, : A History of Indian Philosophy 5 vol, Cambridge, Renou. L : Religions of Ancient India London, 1953.
13 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE THE HISTORY OF THE CHALUKYAS OF BADAMI, PALLAVAS OF KANCHI AND THE RASHTRAKUTAS OF MANYAKETA Unit.1 Political History of the Chalukyas Pulakeshi-II Vikramaditya-I Vikramaditya-II. Unit.2 Unit.3 Unit.4 Unit.5 Administration Economic conditions Social Condition Religion art and architecture of the Chalukyas. Political History of the Pallavas of Kanchi Mahendravarman- Narasimhavarman-I. Religion Literature art and architecture. Political History of the Rashtrakutas Dhruva-I Govinda-III Amoghavarsha Nripatunga Administration Economic Social conditions literature- Religion art and architecture. REFERENCE BOOKS: Basavaraj.K.R. : History and culture of Karnataka Desai.P.B. : History of Karnataka Diwakar.R.R. : Karnataka through the ages Nilakanta Sastri.K.A.: History of South India. Altekar.A.S. : The Rashtrakutas and their times Minakshi : Administrative and Social Life under the Pallavas Shivanna : Rashtrakuta Relations with the Gangas of Talakad.
14 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE HISTORY OF THE SATAVAHANAS, KADAMBAS OF BANAVASI AND THE GANGAS OF TALKAD Unit.1 Political History of the Satavahanas Administration Social Economic Religion Art and Architecture Decline of the Satavahanas. Unit.2 Political History of Kadambas Unit.3 Administration Economy Society Religion Art and architecture of Kadambas. Unit.4 Political history of Gangas of Talkad Social Economic Literature Unit.5 Religion art and architecture of the Ganga Period. REFERENCE BOOKS: Basavaraj.K.R. : History and Culture of Karnataka Desai.P.B. : History of Karnataka Diwakar.R.R. : Karnataka Through the Ages Nilakantasastri.K.A. : History of South India Krishna Rao.H.V. : The Gangas of Talkad Moraes C.M. : The Kadambakula Sircar.D.C. : Successors of the Satavahanas Sheik Ali.B : History of Western Gangas.
15 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY AND POLITY IN ANCIENT SOUTH INDIA Unit 1 Unit -2 Unit-3 Pre-Historic Culture : Over view of Pre-Historic Culture- Dravidian origin-aryanization -Sangam society and polity. Political and Socio-Economic Formation : Mauryan sociopolitical formation - Shatavahana s Polity and society - Social conflicts and sub-caste formation - Position of women. Political and Socio-Economic Formation : Kadamba s Polity and society- Ganga s Polity and society-social conflicts and subcaste formation - Position of women. Unit 4 State Formation - Early States : Chalukya s State and Society Pallava s State and Society - Social conflicts and sub-caste formation - Position of women. Unit 5 State Formation Feudal States : Rashtrakuta s State and Society - Chola s State and Society - Grants for military service - Women in the feudal society. BOOKS FOR STUDY Altaker A.S : Government and State in Ancient India. Jayswal K.P : Hindu Polity. Kesavan Veluthat : The Political Structure of early Medieval South India. Sharna R.S : History of Ancient India. Romila Thopar : History of Ancient India. Tripati R.S : History of Ancient India. Mazumdar R.C : Ancient India. Mahalingam T.V : South Indian Polity. Neelakanta Sastri K.A : History of South India Nandi R.N : State formation agrarian growth and Social change in Medieval South India ( )
16 I SEMESTER SOURCES OF ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY (Archaeology, Epigraphy and Numismatics) Unit.1 Prehistoric Cultures in India: Archaeology remains of the Harappa culture Indus script. Unit.2 Unit.3 Unit.4 Unit.5 Ashokan edicts it content contents and Historical significance; monument of Mauryas Ashokan Pillars. Indo-Greek coins - coins Kushma coins - Monuments of Kushanas Gandhara and Marhura style of Architecture. Gupta inscriptions Allahabad pillar inscription of Samudra Gupta- Monuments of Guptas. Aihole inscription of Pulakeshi-II Uttarameruru Shashana of Paranthaka-I South Indian coinage. REFERENCE BOOKS Asthana.S Agrawal D.P Dilip.K. Chakrabarti Sankalia H.D Allchin.B. and F.R. Allchin : Pre-Harappa Cultureee of India and the Borderlands. : Man and Environment in India through Ages. : India, An Archaeological History. : Prehistory and protohistory in India and Pakistan. : The Birth of Indian Civilization.
17 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE READINGS IN ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY Unit.1 Unit.2 Unit.3 R.S.Sharma R.S.Sharma s views on European and Indian feudalism. R.S.Sharma s views on the Gupta Empire and the emergence of feudalism. a) Feudal land relations. b) Religious ideology and feudalism. Romila Thapar a) Romila Thapars views on the Mauryan Empire. Lineage and State Formation. Unit.4 a) The Aryan Problem b)puranic Sources and their interpretation. Unit.5 D.D.Kosambi Re-interpretations of Ancient Indian History Marxian interpretation of Ancient Indian History Religion in Ancient India.
18 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE MARITIME HISTORY OF ANCIENT INDIA. Unit.1 Introduction sources Harappan culture and Egypt Maritime Activities as recorded in Vedic literature. Unit2 Unit.3 Maritime contacts between India, Persia and Greece Oceanis contacts of the Mauryan period with China South East Asia and West Asia Kushans and Indo-Bactarian Activities. Contribution of the Imperial Guptas to the Development of Maritime Activities Satavahanas in the East Coast and ship coins South India in Maritime History contacts with Rome. Unit.4 Maritime power of the Imperial Cholas The Chola Navy overseas activities of the Cholas Ceylon and Sri Vijaya Maritime contacts with South East Asia Merchants Princes Guilds- Sages and Saints in Maritime History. Unit.5 Ports in Ancient India Tamralipti Navadweep Machalipatnam Nagapatnam Kaveripatnam Malabar coast Mangalore Honnavar Bhatkal and Barakur Kalyan and Broach. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Nilakanta Sastry. K.A : Foreign Notices of South India Nilakanta Sastry. K.A : The Cholas Two volumes Das. S.K : Economic History of Ancient India Mecay. E.J.H : The Indus Civilization
19 I SEMESTER SOFT CORE SUPPRESSED OPPRESSED AND MARGINALISED GROUPS IN ANCIENT INDIA. Unit.1. Historical / Conceptual explanation for the words subordinate, oppressed and marginalized groups Origin and development of Varna system Ideological clash between Vedic and non Vedic culture the concept of purity and pollution the role of subjugation and Sanskritisation Process in the formation of subordinate, oppressed and marginalised groups Revolts against Vedic Hegimony Samana / Muni tradition Matanga Muni Buddhism Jainism. Unit.2. Evolution of Brahmanic Hegemony Caste system Evolution of oppressive rules and regulations on subordinate, oppressed and marginalised groups the role of Arthashastra of Kautilya Dharmashastras Manusmriti Grihyasutras the epics Ramayana and Mahabharata (Bhagavadgita) slavery in Ancient India Vishti Evolution of Untouchability. Unit.3. Feudal beginnings Revival of Hinduism and continuity of Brahmanic Hegemony feudal monopoly over material and spiritual life the condition of subordinate, oppressed and marginalised groups. Unit.4. Brahminisation in the Deccan and South India Brahminisation process and formation of subordinate, oppressed and marginalised groups in the Peninsula Distinctive Caste system parallel to Chaturvarna system. Unit.5. Left and Right hand social divisions Dravidian mode of revolt against Brahmanic Hegemony Bhakti Movement. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Aloka Parasher Ram Sharan Sharma Buddha Prakash : Sen, Subordinate and Marginal Groups in Early India. : Sudras in Ancient India. : Political and Social Movements in Ancient Panjab.
20 Pandarinath H. Prabhu : Hindu Social Organisation. Srinivas Iyengar Sharma R.S. : Life in Ancient India The Age of Mantras. : India s Ancient Past. Achuthan M. Kandyil : Writing Indian History A View from Below. Braj Ranjan Man Jha. D.N Kosambi. D.D : Debrahmanising History Dominance and Resistance in Indian Society. : The Feudal Order state society and Ideology in early Medieval India. : An Introduction to the Study of Indian History.
21 I SEMESTER ECONOMIC HISTORY OF SOUTH INDIA UPTO 1000 Unit.1: Unit.2: Unit.3: Unit.4: Unit.5: Agriculture Land as the chief source of economic Wealth Types of land - Crops irrigation Land Tax Joint tenure Special tenures - Religious grants Brahmadeya Devadaya lands and service land tenures. Industries cotton industry sugar Jaggery production Oil Industry Metal work Handicrafts Guilds - Trade and Commerce Inland trade Big Bazars in towns and cities - Santes Foreign trade Trade contacts with countries beyond the seas - Imports and Exports - Trade guilds. Finance - Land Revenue Property taxes - professional taxes commercial taxes Taxes on Industries contribustion and Fines. Coinage, Rights and Measures - Barter system coins issued by different dynasties Satavahanas Kadambas Gangas of Talkad Pallavas of Kanchi Chalukyas of Badami Rashtrakutas Cheras and Cholas Urbanisation Factors contributed for Urbanisation Important towns and cities Banavasi Talakad Pallavas of Kanchi Tanjore Madurai. Life of Peasants Life of upper class Ruling class and Brahmins condition of Slaves Wages. BOOKS FOR REFERENCE: Appadorai.A Burton Stein Dipakaranjan Das Deshikachari.T Gupta.K.M Gururajachar.S : Economic conditions in Southern India. : Peasant State and Society in Medieval South India. : Economic History of the Deccan. : South Indian Coins. : The Land System in South India (A.D ) : Some aspects of Economic and Social Life in Karnataka.
22 Kuppaswamy.G.R Narasimha Murthy.AV Nobour Karasimha Saletore.B.A Sastri. K.A.N Shivanna.K.S. : Economic conditions in Karnataka. : Coins of Karnataka. : South Indian History and Society. : Karnataka s Trans Oceanic Contacts. : Foreign Notices of South India. : The Agrarian System of Karnataka.
23 I SEMESTER HISTORY OF SANGAM AGE, CHOLAS, CHERAS AND PANDYAS Unit.1: Sangam Age Polity Literature - Society Economic Condition -Religion. Unit.2: Political History of Cheras-Senguttuvan literature religion art and architecture. Unit.3: Political History of Cholas - Rajaraja-I Rajendra Administration Social Economic literature Religion art and architecture. Unit.4: Political History of Pandyas Parantaka Maravarman Rajasimha Jatila Parantaka Nedunjadyan. Unit.5: Administration Social Economic literature Religion - art and architecture. REFERENCE BOOKS Krishnaswamy Aiyangar.S : Ancient India and South Indian History and Culture. Krishnaswamy Aiyangar.S : Evolution of the Hindu Administrative Institutions of South India. Nilakanta Sastri,K.A. Mahalingam.T.V. Nilakanta Sastri.K.A Sesha Iyer.K.G. Subramanian.N Srinivasan.K.R. : A History of South India, The Cholas. : South Indian Polity. : The Pandyan Kingdom. : Chera Kings of the Sangam Age. : Sangam Polity. : South Indian Polity.
24 II SEMESTER CORE PAPER HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA Introduction: Approaches Indian History The Arab Conquest of Sindh Rise of Turks and Mongola and the conquest of North India the impacts on society, polity, economy and culture. The rise of Indo-Muslim power The contribution of the Khaljis and Tughluqs to Medieval Indian Civilization Khilji and Tughluq polity. The Mughals and the consolidation of Indo Muslim polity Akbar and his attempt to create a pan Indian State, Mughal Administration. Legacy of the Mughals to Social, Religious and Cultural life- Mughals society- Din-i- Ilahid orthodoxies and Hetrodoxied under the Mughals Music and Painting. Contribution of Mughals to Art Contribution of the Mughals to Art and Architecture Babar, Humayun and Akbar Shahjahan and creation of quality architecture. Books For Reference Yasuf hussain : Indo Muslim Polity. Ramprasad Tripathi : History of the Mughals, Vol. I. Ramprasad Tripathi : Muslim Administration in Medieval India. Mohammed Habib : Religion and Politics in Medieval India. Tarachand : State and Polity in Medieval India.
25 II SEMESTER CORE PAPER HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL WORLD (Arab, Persia, Europe) Introduction political, economic and social development in early medieval Europe The Christian and Germanic foundations of early medieval European civilization. The Byzantine and Islamic influences on medieval Europe feudalism in Europe feudal political and economic system Urban life in feudal age growth of European towns. Growth of middle class. Religious development during the feudal age The new Christianity struggle between spiritual and secular authority organization of the church Growth of Papacy. The crusades influence of oriental civilization on medieval Europe Expansion of trade and commence guild system growth of economy. Intellectual and cultural life in medieval Europe philosophy and science education and literature music medieval European Art and Architecture. Books For Reference P.K.Hitti S.N.Fisher F.A.Artz A History of Arabs. A History of Middle East. - The mind of middle ages.
26 II SEMESTER HARD CORE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL NORTH INDIA. Unit.1: Unit.2: Unit.3: Unit.4: Introduction Indian Economy on the eve of Turkish Conquest A review : Iqta and Khalisa Collection of Kharaj on Agriculture Machinary of land Revenue Administration Irrigation system. Economy under Sultanate period Alauddin Khalji s Market Regulations - currency system under Delhi sultanate and the Mughal Empire. Economy under the Mughals Agriculture, Trade and Commercial Activity Land Revenue assignment the Mansabdars and the Heridatary Rajas - Jagirdari system under the Mughals. Agrarian Taxation under the Mughals - Currency under the Mughal Empire. Unit.5: Peasants and their material life Agrarian Crisis Growth of New Towns and cities Trade routes. REFERENCE BOOKS Irfan Habib : Agrarian system of the Mughals. Irfan Habib and Tapar Chaudhary(Ed) :Cambridge Economic History of India, Vol.I Athar Ali.M :Cambridge Economic History of India, Vol.I Athar Ali.M Jagdish Nasim Sarkar Irfan Habib Satish Chandra : Mughal Nobility under Aurangzeb : Economic History of Medieval India. : Economic History of Medieval India: A Survey : History of Medieval India (3 Vols.) J.L.Mehta : An Advanced History of Medieval India (3 Vols) Prof., Shivanna : Madyakalina Bharathada Arthikatheya Ithihasa.
27 II SEMESTER SOCIETY AND POLITY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA Unit - 1 Introduction: Impact of Turkish conquest on Indian Polity Growth of New Trends- Sources and Historiography. Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Creation of Turkish State its character and Assessment The Khiljis Tughaluqs administration- centralized polity Administrative structure of Delhi Sultans. The Mughal State Akbar Jahangir Shah Jahan Fruition of the Mughal Empire External relations Mughal Administration. Impact of Islam on Indian Society New social Trends Muslim Mystics and the sufigraders Mutual Interaction Composite Indian Society The Monotheistic Movements in Medieval India the Sikhs and the Satnamis. Unit 5 Impact of Bhakti Movement Growth of Liberal Social Trends Ramanad, Kabir, and Chaitanya Their Teachings Formation of the Jat and Maratha Castes and the New Vaishnava Movement. Books for Study: Habib & Nizami (Ed.), Comprehensive History of India Vol-V, The Delhi Sultanate (P.P.H, New Delhi, 1970). Tripati R.P., Rise and Fall of the Mughal Empire, Vol-I, Allahabad. Iswari Prasad, The Mughal Empire. Jadunath Sarkar, A short History of Aurangzeb. Nath R., Hinstory of Sultanate Architecuture. Tarachand, Inluence of Islam on Indian Culture. Qureshi I.H., Administrationof the Mughul Empire.
28 II SEMESTER ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF MEDIEVAL NORTH INDIA. Unit.1: Historiography of art and architecture of Medieval North India Slave dynasty Tugalak dynasty Khiliji dynasty. Unit.2 : Art and Architecture under the Delhi Sultanate Syyids and Lodhis. Unit.3 : Probincial Architecture Multan Bengal Gujaarat Malwa Jaunpur Kashmir. Unit.4 : Art and Architecture under the Mughals Babur Humayan Shershahh Akbar Jahangir ShahJahan. Unit.5: Paintings in Mughal Period Akbar Jahangir ShahJahan Rajput paintings and Rajput architecture Emergence of Indo Islamic Art. Reference Books Brown Percy : Indian Architecture Islamic period : Indian paintings under Mughals. Fergusson Guhrer.A Havell.E.D Hearn.H.C : History of Indian and Eastern Architecture Vol.I and Vol. II. : Sharqui Architecture of Jaunpur. : Indian Architecture. : The Seven Cities of Delhi. Richmond.E. T : Muslim architecture.
29 II SEMESTER SOCIO-RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS IN MEDIEVAL NORTH INDIA Unit 1 : Social condition Hindu Society Caste system Position of Women State attitude towards Hindus Imposition of Jezia Religious discrimination against Hindus Jainism Buddhism. Unit 2 : Muslim society Privileged classes Attitude towards shias Position of Muslim women. Unit 3 : Sufi movement Sufi saints Their teaching and practices various schools of Sufism Suhrawardi order The chisti order Firdausia order Qadri order Nakshbandi order Shattari order Impact of sufism on India. Unit 4 : The Bhakti movement Ramananda Chaitanya Guru Nanak Kabir Maharastra Dharma Contribution of the Bhakti movement. Unit 5 : Akbar s Din-i-Illahi Ibadatkhana at Fatepur Sikri Debates Invitation to other religions - Zorastrianism Jainism Hinduism and Christianity Mahzar. Books for Reference: S.A.A Rizvi Wonder that was India (Vol.2) Satish Chandra History of Medieval India (Vols.3) K.N. Chitnis Socio- Economic History of Medieval India. Irfan Habib History of Medieval India A.B. Pandey History of Medieval India (Vol.2).
30 II SEMESTER HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL SOUTH INDIA; HOYSALAS AND CHALUKYAS OF KALYANA. Unit.1 : Foundation of Kalyana Chalukyas Sources Political History Vikramaditya-IV Someshwara.IV Decline of the Chalukyas. Unit.2 : Society Administration Religion Literature Art and Architecture, under the Chalukyas of Kalyana. Unit.3 : Origion of the Hoysalas Political history Vishnuvardhana Ballala-II Narasimha.III Downfall of the Hoysala dynasty. Unit.4 : Hoysala state and society Social structure Position of women Caste system. Unit.5 : Administration Social Economic Religion literature art and architecture. REFERENCE BOOKS: R.R.Diwakar : Karnataka through the Ages. William Cohelo : Hoysalavamsha. J.D.M.Derratt : Hoysalas. B.Sheik Ali : Hoysala Dynasty. Basavaraj.K.R. : History of Karnataka and Culture. K.A.Nilakanta Sastri : History of South India.
31 II SEMESTER HISTORY OF VIJAYANAGARA DYNASTY A.D. Unit 1 Introduction: Foundation of Vijayanagara Sources - Origin Theories of the Vijayanagara Recent Historiography. Unit - 2 Political History of the Sangamas Hukka and Bukka-I Devaraya-II and His life - Consolidation and expansion of the state - Administration Economy, Society and Culture. Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Political History of the Salvas Narasimha-II - Life and Achievements - Administration Economy, Society and Culture. Political History of the Tuluvas Krishnadevaraya and his Life- Consolidation and expansion of the state Achyuthadevaraya and Sadashivaraya - Administration Economy, Society and Culture. Political History of the Aravids Ramaraya - Foreign policy Battle of Rakkasagi and Tangadigi (1565) Decline and fall of the Vijayanagara - Administration Economy, Society and Culture. Books for Study: Appa Dorai, Economic Conditions in Southern India Burton Stein, Vijayanagara, Burton Stein, Peasant State and Society in Medieval south India Krishnaswamy Iyengar, South India and Her Mohammadan Invaders Krishnaswamy Iyengar, Sex Sentanary Value(Vijayanagara). Karashima, Noboru, Subbarayalu & Shanmugam P., Vijayanagara Rule in Tamil Country as Revealed Through a Statistical Study o Revenue Terensin Interruptions, Tokio, Krishnaswamy R., The Tamil Country under Vijayanagara, Sewell Robert, A Forgotton Empire, New Delhi, Sale tore B.A., Social Life under Vijayanagara. Mahalingam T.V., South Indian Polity. Neelakanta Sastri K.A., A History of South
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