Our Past - 2 (History)
Tracing Changes Through a Thousand Years
Our Environment (Geography)
New Kings and Kingdoms
Inside Our Earth
Social and Political Life - 2
The Delhi Sultans
Our Changing Earth
Role of the Government in Health
How the State Government Works
Growing up as Boys and Girls
Women Change the World
Markets Around Us
A Shirt in the Market
Struggles for Equality
The Mughal Empire
Rulers and Buildings
Towns, Traders and Craftspersons
Natural Vegetation and Wildlife
Tribes, Nomads and Settled Communities
Human Environment - Settlement, Transport and Communication
Devotional Paths to the Divine
Human Environment Interactions: the Tropical and the Subtropical Region
The Making of Regional Cultures
Life in the Deserts
Eighteenth-century Political Formations
Raziyya Sultan was unique in the history of the Delhi Sultanate. Do you think women leaders are accepted more readily today?
According to the “circle of justice”, why was it important for military commanders to keep the interests of the peasantry in mind?
What were the steps taken to ensure that muqtis performed their duties? Why do you think they may have wanted to defy the orders of the Sultans?
Do you think the authors of tawarikh would provide information about the lives of ordinary men and women?