Saturday, January 14, 2012
The process towards the establishment of an autonomous sikh state was completed under ranjith singh in 19th century.He belonged to the sukar chakya misl and brought various sikh principalities into one political entity.
The maharaja Ranjith Singh was the embodiment of all the civil and political authority in the state.But he was a benevolent despot and looked to the welfare of the people.
He considered himself as a servant of khalsa and designed his government as “sarkar-i-khalsaji” and struck coin in the name of Guru Nanak and Guru Gobinth Singh.There was a council ministers to help Raja in the task of administration.
I visited your blog http://hssthistory.blogspot.com & found it helpful.
I am an UPSC aspirant & have to cover modern India for my GS paper.
I need to know what was Subordinate Isolation Policy of British (& why it was called so, what sort of Isolation???)
Also, what was the Subordinate Union Policy of British (& why it was called so???)
I have surfed internet but am not finding any satisfactory answer.
It would be a great help if you can enlighten me.
Abhay Singh Chauhan
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Pattanam Excavations 2007
The Pattanam excavations was the first ever multi- disciplinary excavation undertaken in Kerala State.
The first part of the project was a surface survey for archaeological and historical evidence in the region.
This was followed by extensive excavations at the early historic urban site of Pattanam.
Pattanam is located in Chittatukara Panchayat -Vadakkekkara village, lying between Kodungallur and North Paravur in the Periyar Delta in Ernakulam district, Kerala.
• Was a Utopian Socialist and Social Reformer
• Was more a doer than a talker
• Born on 14th May, 1771 at Newton, Wales, England
• At 16 found work in wholesale and retail drapery
• At 19 borrowed 100 pounds and set up spinning mules with John Jones
• 1792 left the partnership and joined as a manager in Drinkwaters factory.
Science in VEDAS
The core foundation of Hindu belief is that Vedas contain source of all knowledge – physical or metaphysical. However in last 100 odd years, this belief has come under scrutiny due to the advances that modern science claims to make.
An entire group of Vedic ‘experts’ have stood up to prove that Vedas contain early man theories and are not compatible with modern discoveries. These include communist historians propelled by commentaries on Vedas by western indologists like Max Muller, Griffith et al and a new breed of intellectuals who initiate all research with assumption that ‘old means defective’.