Economy during Mughal Period Upsc

economy during mughal empire

Economy during Mughal Period The Mughal economy was a forest-based agricultural economy. The craftsmen got their raw material from the forests. The timbers from the forest were used by the carpenters, woodcarvers, shipwrights, and lacquerware makers. The wild silk was used by the reelers and Weavers. The iron miners and metal workers such as metalsmiths … Read more

Mughal empire religious Tolerance Upsc

Mughal empire religious Tolerance Upsc

Religion during Mughal empire Hinduism Mughal empire religious tolerance is the one which in recent years gained momentum. Their period saw a continuing assertion of all basic elements in puranic traditions. As it was tough to say that Hinduism was a Single body of doctrine. It has countless faiths and a number of practices and … Read more

Art and architecture of Mughal empire Upsc

Art and architecture of Mughal empire Upsc

Art and architecture of Mughal empire The Mughal empire’s rule is a landmark in World art and Architecture. Their buildings were known for their huge structures that are decorated with bulbous domes, minarets, cupolas at the four corners, elaborate designs, and also for pictorial mosaic work which is called Pietra Dura. The mosques which were … Read more

Science and technology during Mughal period

The Madrasas continued to be concerned principally with Muslim theology and its vast literature. In great learning centers like Varanasi, astrology was taught and there was no institution in India, as noted by the French traveler Bernier, to the standards of colleges and universities in Europe. This made the imparting of scientific subjects almost impossible. … Read more

Genetic engineering in agriculture in India Upsc

Genetic engineering in agriculture in India Genetic engineering in agriculture in India is regulated India by Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC). Genetic engineering has caused intellectual property problems in India, where farmers are often trapped. It is a statutory body under the Ministry of Environment & Forest (MoEF), established by the Environment Protection Act 1986. … Read more

Green revolution definition in Economics Upsc

Green revolution in India Upsc

The green revolution in India is a period when agriculture in India was converted into an industrial system by adapting to modern technology and techniques. The Father of the green revolution in India is MS Swaminathan. Green revolution definition in economics The green revolution is defined as using various techniques such as HYV Seeds, Chemical … Read more

Nudation in ecological Succession Upsc

Ecological succession Ecological succession definition Ecological succession is a series of steps and a continuous process where life comes backs to normal, evolves in a given area with respect to changing environment. Or Simply, It is the process by which the structure of a biological community evolves over time in a particular area. There are … Read more

Inflation rate in India 2021 Upsc

Inflation rate in India 2021 Upsc

What is the meaning of inflation? In Layman’s terms, Inflation means price rise. What is inflation in economics? As general prices rise, the purchasing power of consumers decreases. The measure of inflation over time is referred to as the rate of inflation or the inflation rate. Inflation is the decline of purchasing power of a … Read more

Types of stock exchange in India and its Functions Upsc

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Types of stock exchange in India Bombay stock exchange (BSE) National stock exchange (NSE) Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE) India International Exchange (India INX) Metropolitan Stock Exchange (MSE) NSE IFSC Ltd (NSE International Exchange) Stock Exchange in India According to the Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act 1956, a stock exchange means any body of individuals, whether incorporated … Read more

Sdr and reserve tranche Upsc

sdr and reserve tranche upsc

SDR SDR Full form is Special Drawing Rights. It is an international reserve asset, which is created by the IMF in 1969 to supplement its member country’s official reserves. By now $204.2 billion have been allocated to its members. This includes $182.6 billion allocated in 2009 during the global financial crisis. The value of SDR … Read more

* * All the Notes in this blog, are referred from Tamil Nadu State Board Books and Samacheer Kalvi Books. Kindly check with the original Tamil Nadu state board books and Ncert Books.