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Published in the year 2009, History Of Modern India is a book that revolves around the history of British India, throwing light on the nationalist movement and colonialism.
History Of Modern India is a book that is written by renowned historian, Bipan Chandra. The contents of this book are a result of Chandra’s research on the subjects of colonialism and nationalism in the
Published November 17th 2009 by Orient Blackswan Pvt Ltd (first published 2009)
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Jan 01, 2019Pooja Banga rated it really liked it
This book doesn’t focus on the political factors during that period, but deals with the economic, religious, and social history of India. Through the course of this book, Chandra provides insight on several events in modern Indian history such as the establishment of the British East India Company, which led to a tightened grip of the British over India. Chandra also explains that the major reason behind the colonial rule was to exploit India by means of investment and trade. The chapters in thi...more
This book proves why casual readers need historians like Ramachandra Guha. I gather Bipan Chandra is a highly respected name among those who prepare for civil services. I was disappointed with History of Modern India because I was expecting opinions from an IAS preparation text book. People find history boring in school because it deals merely in facts, dates and names. A study of history is incomplete unless we form opinions about it. We talk about it, discuss, argue and even demolish mosques b...more
This book is very old and its need to be updated. I read from one of my friend's review that this book has been discontinued by ncert. My sister was preparing for UPSC. So i took the opportunity of reading this book. Book quality is really terrible. Pages look really cheap like xerox copy.
Now lets come to content of book. Book is highly biased. Marxist bias is clearly shown in the every page of book. But alas that is the 'Secular Indian History' which is sanitized by our Eminent Historians. He
I've always wondered why do we even need to read history books. We can't change it, we can't meet the people who were involved and doesn't matter how good an author is, we never really feel the actual urge that the characters of the story must've had felt. This book starts from decline of the era of Mughals that means basically from the era of Aurangzeb and has concluded on 15th August 1947, the day we got our independence. But if I just said that history was not a worthwhile endeavor, then why...more
Jun 13, 2019Pragati Kulshrestha rated it it was ok
The book is nothing but a verbatim recreation of ncert book on modern india by bipan chandra which has been discontinued by ncert now. This Books Solely Deals With History & Time Of Britishers & Revolutionaries, From The Inception Of Revolts Against Britishers.
It is v good read for anyone (specially students) interested in having a comprehensive viewpoint of all that has happened from 1757 - 1857 and beyond till independence. All the events are elucidated and are arranged under various r
Feb 16, 2016Abby Varghese rated it really liked it
Such a great book which serves as an introduction to History of India. This book gives a brief account of events that led to the formation of India as we know today. I loved this book because its not very factual but had an analytic edge which helps for CS aspirants.
Overall this is the best book I have read till now to get an holistic view of modern history of India.
Nov 03, 2013Rohit Shinde rated it liked it
A bit biased toward Congress I think.
Jan 02, 2019Aachal Bidwai rated it it was ok
Best part of this book is that It’s compact, and handy to be finished in a day or two. But is not the best one if you want to dive into the British Indian history of colonialism. It’s missing Chronology and thus the beauty of context seems to be lost. Also, it’s descriptive and not prescriptive i.e it doesn’t provide (an) analysis or even any backdrop for it. Even for Civil Services Aspirants, I’ll recommend one quick skim-through this book and then move on with Spectrum for revisions and note m...more
Overall a good book. A fair enough idea about the freedom struggle is in this book. But it lacks depth. So many important incidents are just mentioned or are not explained further. Many important personalities are not given due coverage, including Bose, Patel etc. Over emphasis on the deeds of Nehru is seen. So this book can't be counted as a comprehensive read of our freedom struggle. But good enough to get a blur picture of what has happened over the struggle years.
Aug 18, 2015Sharayu Gangurde rated it did not like it

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Greatly disappointed with this book. It vilifies the British badly and I have never read such an anti-British book ever. Did not think Bipin Chandra would ever present history in such a manner. He seems very biased about certain social reformers and leaders. I fail to understand how could this book be on the NCERT syllabus! Not worth Civil Services prep for sure.
Sep 03, 2014Keerthy rated it really liked it
This book gives a brief account of events that tied India together after the fall of Mughal Empire and the freedom struggle. Serves as an introductory read to those interested in the history of India.
Unlike India's struggle for Independence, this happens to be a mere compilation of facts. For more exhaustive and opinion-based work India's struggle... by the same author, would be my recommendation.
Apr 25, 2014Sarath Ramakrishnan rated it liked it
A reprint of old NCERT 11th standard text book. Average. Biased at times.
Its a bleeding text book. That's what this is.
Jun 29, 2019Shaloo rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Do you like history? Naa, I I don’t like history, but i have got to read that for my exams. 😎
This book explains how condition in India during the eighteenth century helped the British east india company establish its rule in india.
The book also defines the nationalist movements. This book gives you a broad understanding of making of modern india. The best thing i found in this book is all the events are arranged in a chronological order. This is the best book for upsc aspirants.
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A neat and clean write up on the History of India. Well written. Good reference book for competitive exams.
This book provides a brief summary of the Indian history from the period of the downfall of Moghul Empire (1707- Aurangazeb's death) to the Indian Independence from the British rule in 1947. It provides an account of the following events of the Modern Indian History: the fall of Mughal Empire, the rise, and fall of the Marathas, the rise of the East Indian Company (EIC), the 1857 revolt, the birth of Indian National Congress (INC) in 1885, the Gandhian Era, and finally the Independence and
History of modern india talks briefly about the reasons why which the mughal empire vanquished and how did british emerged victorious apart from it tells us about the british era problems and how a common indian except princes ate affected from it and what disaster this foreign rule were to Indians , this book also talks about in detail the freedom struggle and different leaders involve in it and their persona of effect as well as it describes the indian freedom struggle was conducted in three p...more
Sep 19, 2019Muthu Ramanan rated it really liked it
Though it may appear as a just another boring History textbook, but for me this book did the magic. It was penned by Bipan Chandra (an authority in Indian History) had me hooked to the narrative and his eloquent word described the event as if we are/had witnessed it. The content of the book is little when compared to the vast & ancient history of the land [India], this book did more than justice to the area which it focuses, that is: Modern India: begins with the death of last great Mughal e...more
Apr 22, 2019Shubham Srivastava rated it really liked it

Modern History By Bipin Chandra Pdf Download

History by someone you can consider the most appropriate one to write. A clear description of events during the end of medieval period, the freedom struggle and finally a brief of journey into the challenges of a free India.
This gives us a good intellectual exercise while discussing the sensitive attitude. The author has taken a slight socialist bent while explaining. Not many authors are able to present history is such elaboration and lucidity.
Must read for every citizen of India
Between history text books of high school and this book, one gets unique perspectives of social and political narrative of india. From the decline of mughals to the reign of britishers and the independence of india, this is a handbook to get a overview of events of the period. Loved reading the book.
Apr 17, 2018Ismail Lakdawala rated it really liked it

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He gets a little repeatitive in the first half. A few chapters overlap the facts.
He describes the decline of Mughals in comprehensive details. Pays equal attention at mentioning efforts of every person involved in the freedom struggle.
Gave me some insight to reflect our history upon today's society.
A fast paced book on how and what's of India that took place for over a couple of centuries.
This book is a compact overview, highlighting all the important events that took place in this period and how it shaped the Indian Subcontinent.
If you are a history buff and want a quick read, this is the book.
Mar 26, 2019vivek bhagat rated it really liked it · review of another edition
Good for getting overview of Indian struggle for independence
Bipan Chandra has written in very simple words the reasons and implications of colonialism in India. And he has done this task by explaining it from all point of views like administration, economic, political etc.
A brief introduction to colonial history of India that can be a good start for studies in modern Indian history. It gives a more or less balanced view of the events in the time line. While it may not appeal to subaltern nationalistic sentiments, it certainly comes in handy for an aspirant.
May 07, 2019Eric Miranda rated it it was amazing
This is more a factual and academic(popular for IAS students as I understand) book focused on historical accuracy, rather than mainly opinions and narratives. I highly recommend this if you're looking for a factual rather than narrative description of the history of modern India.
This book takes you through the journey of India from the fall of Mughal Empire and other princely state empires to the advent of British- The political, economical, social and cultural impact of almost 200 years of English Rule. This books depicts the issues in an Indian nationalist view.
Jul 21, 2018Paramkusam Niranjan rated it liked it
Good book with structured explanation of socioeconomic and political India
Before you attempt to comment on Indian histroy, please read it at least once.
Sep 25, 2019Vinod Bishnoi rated it really liked it
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Bipan Chandra (born 1928) is an Indian historian, specialising in economic and political history of modern India. He has specialized on the national movement. He is considered an authority on Modern Indian History and is one of its most popular scholars.
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