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Download India After Independence by Bipan Chandra PDF in English/ Hindi here. India After Independence by Bipan Chandra is widely used for History Preparation. Bipan Chandra was born in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh. He was educated at Forman Christian College, Lahore, and at Stanford University, California. He was Professor of Modern History at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, where he is currently Professor Emeritus.

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Book Name India After Independence
AuthorBipan Chandra

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Book Chapters

  1. Introduction
  2. The Colonial Legacy
  3. The National Movement and its Legacy
  4. The Evolution of the Constitution and Main Provisions
  5. The Architecture of the Constitution: Basic Features and Institutions
  6. The Initial Years
  7. Consolidation of India as a Nation (I)
  8. Consolidation of India as a Nations(II): The Linguistic Reorganization of the States
  9. Consolidation of India as a Nations (III): Integration of the Tribals
  10. Consolidation of India as a Nation (IV): Regionalism and Regional Inequality
  11. The Years of Hope and Achievement, 1951–1964
  12. Foreign Policy : The Nehru Era
  13. Jawaharlal Nehru in Historical Perspective
  14. Political Parties, 1947–1964: The Congress
  15. Political Parties, 1947–1965: The Opposition
  16. From Shastri to Indira Gandhi, 1964–1969
  17. The Indira Gandhi Years, 1969–1973
  18. The JP Movement and the Emergency : Indian Democracy Tested
  19. The Janata Interregnum and Indira Gandhi’s Second Coming, 1977–1984
  20. The Rajiv Years
  21. Run-up to the New Millennium and After
  22. Politics in the States (I): Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Assam
  23. Politics in the States (II): West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir
  24. The Punjab Crisis
  25. Indian Economy , 1947–1965: The Nehruvian Legacy
  26. Indian Economy , 1965–1991
  27. Economic Reforms Since 1991
  28. The Indian Economy in the New Millennium
  29. Land Reforms (I): Colonial Impact and the Legacy of the National and Peasant Movements
  30. Land Reform (II): Zamindari Abolition and Tenancy Reforms
  31. Land Reforms (III): Ceiling and the Bhoodan Movement
  32. Cooperatives and an Overview of Land Reforms
  33. Agricultural Growth and the Green Revolution
  34. Agrarian Struggles Since Independence
  35. Revival and Growth of Communalism
  36. Communalism and the Use of State Power
  37. Caste, Untouchability , Anti-caste Politics and Strategies
  38. Indian Women Since Independence
  39. The Post-colonial Indian State and the Political Economy of Development: An Overview
  40. Disarray in Institutions of Governance
  41. The Dawn of the New Millennium: Achievements, Problems and Prospects

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