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Write a Short Essay (250-300 Words) on the Following: to What Extent Were Social Relations Transformed in the New Cities? - History

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Write a Short Essay (250-300 Words) on the Following:

To What Extent Were Social Relations Transformed in the New Cities?

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Solution

(i) There was a big contrast between extreme wealth and poverty in the new cities. New means of transport facilities such as horse-drawn carriages, trams, buses, etc. made travelling from home to work an interesting experience.

 (ii) Creation of public places like theatres public parks and cinema halls provided new forms of entertainment and social interaction.

 (iii) New social groups were formed people of all classes started to migrate to the cities. With an increased demand for lawyers and engineers the “middle class” increased. Debate and dicussion became popular and established social norms and practices were questioned.

 (iv) Cities also offered new opportunities for women. They chose new professions in the city as factory workers, teachers, film actresses, etc. for a long time so women remained objects of social censure.

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NCERT Class 12 History - Themes in Indian History
Chapter 12 Colonial Cities: Urbanisation, Planning and Architecture
Exercise | Q 9 | Page 345
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