Gandhiji A Political Saint or Saintly Politician - Historical approaches Gandhiji in a different way.
History Modern History

Gandhiji : A Political Saint or Saintly Politician.

Different historical approaches viewed Gandhiji in a different way. Imperial historians like Judith Brown described Gandhiji as a political opportunist. Marxist historians consider Gandhi‘s “non-violence” as a tool to transfer power peacefully to the bourgeois class. The subaltern historians had […]

Indian Democracy Through Bond Market
Economics

Indian Democracy Through Bond Market

The bond market is a platform through which the Government of India as well as corporates raise capital to pay down debt or to make capital expenditures. At present, the Government bond market and corporate bond market are separated and […]

Emergence of Modern Constitution
Polity

The Emergence of Modern Constitution

An eminent British historian Linda Colley published her new book The Gun, The Ship and The Pen. Through her book, she tried to explain the forces responsible for the emergence of the modern constitution in the world. The first force […]

Adichanallur - Erstwhile Sea Port
Ancient History History

Adichanallur – Erstwhile Sea Port

Adichanallur is an archaeological site in Tamil Nadu. It is 15 km away from the capital of the early Pandya kingdom, Korkai. The recent excavation at Adichanallur revealed that the human skeleton remains did not quite match the biological structure […]

Everyone is harassed by corruption in India. What are the root cause of corruption? Corruption A problem of Transition
Economics

Corruption – A problem of Transition

There is no doubt that there is rampant corruption in Indian society at almost every level. In Western society, there is also corruption but at a very high level. It normally does not affect the common man. Everyone is harassed […]

The Mongols empire economy was based on the idea of redistribution. The ruler used to obtain revenue, gift or war booty.
History Medieval History

Forgotten – The Mongols Empire

In the 13th and 14th centuries, the Mongols had the largest empire in the world. It extended from present-day northern China and Mongolia to Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Bulgaria and Ukraine. The most famous Mongols empire ruler was […]

The Rise of Nation - State
Polity

The Rise of Nation – State

The Rise of Nation-State Benedict Anderson was an Anglo – Irish political scientist and historian who lived and taught in the United States. Anderson is known for his 1983 book Imagined Communities, which explored the origin of nationalism. He famously […]

Revisiting the revolt of 1857 played a very important event in modern India. There is no consensus on whether the revolt was pre-planned or spontaneous.
History Modern History

Revisiting The Revolt of 1857

The Revolt of 1857 played a very important event in modern India. There is no consensus on whether the revolt was pre-planned or spontaneous. The historian Kama Maclean has tried to throw light on this issue. So, she provided the […]