No political empire lasts forever. Whether Persian, Indian, or Roman, every empire in history broke down for certain obvious causes. Among these causes, some causes appear almost as common, namely, the weak successors, vastness of the empire, independence of the provinces, foreign invasion, and internal revolt. The Maurya Empire fell because of these causes. Some … Continue reading Causes of the downfalls of the Mauryan Empire.
It was the most remarkable single event in the history of India after the establishment of British rule. It was the result of the century-old British rule in India. In comparison to the previous uprisings of the Indians, the Great Revolt of 1857 was of a greater dimension and it assumed almost an all-India character … Continue reading Great Revolt of 1857 (Causes, Nature, Importance, Outcome)
Poverty in India: Causes, Effects and Solutions In the simplest term, poverty may be defined as a social condition where individuals do not have financial means to meet the most basic standards of life that is acceptable by the society. Individuals experiencing poverty do not have the means to pay for basic needs of daily … Continue reading Poverty: Meaning , Causes , Effects and Solutions .
Dowry System in India – Causes, Effects & Solution Marriage is an integral part of society, a source of joy and festivities as well as of new beginnings. Yet, one of the longest standing evils associated with marriage from a woman’s point of view in the Indian society is the Dowry system. Despite a lot … Continue reading Dowry System in India
Meaning of Globalization: Globalization refers to the merger and integration of national economies with that of world economy. It is characterized by reduction of trade barriers and tariff tree-flow of trade in goods service and ideas, free flow of capital, information and technology and free movement of labour and man-power. Shrinking of national boundaries, geographical … Continue reading Globalization and Education.
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 was enacted to implement the constitutional provision under Article 21-A. The Act provides for free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years. The Central Government affixed 1st April, 2010 as the date of enforcement of the … Continue reading Right to Education Act (2009)