BHIC 105 Solved Assignment 2021-22

BHIC 105 Solved Assignment 2021-22

BHIC 105 Solved Assignment 2021-22

History Of India – III BHIC 105 Solved Assignment 

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Title – History Of India – III (BHIC 105)

University – Ignou

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Medium / Language –ENGLISH / HINDI MEDIUM 

Session – JULY 2021, JANUARY 2022

Subjects code – BHIC 105

Assignment Submission Date – July 2020 session के लिए – 30 April 2022, January 2021 session के लिए – 31 October 2021.

BHIC 105 Assignment Question Paper 2021 – 2022


Course code: BHIC-105
Assignment Code: BHIC-105/ASST/TMA/2021-22
Marks: 100

Note: There are three Sections in the Assignment. You have to answer all questions in the Sections.

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Assignment – I

Answer the following in about 500 words each.
1. Describe the historical sources that have been used reconstruct the history of the
early medieval period. 20

2. Who were the Rashtrakuts ? Write a brief note on the formation and expansion of
the Rashtrakut empire.20

Assignment – II

Answer the following questions in about 250 words each.

3. Outline the main features of chol local administration with special referenc to Ur and
Nadu. 10

4. Discuss the temple architecture and major temple styles of India. 10

5. Analysis the urbanization in the early medieval north India.10

Assignment – III

Answer the following questions in about 100 words each.

6. Indian cultural in southeast Asia. 6
7. Agrarion Organization. 6
8. Property rights of women. 6
9. Shankracharya and Advaita Philosophy. 6
10 Influence on Arabic Science. 6

IGNOU History Of India – III Solved Assignment 

Assignment-1 Answer the following in about 500 words cach.

Q. 1. Describe the historical sources that have been used reconstruct the history of the early medieval period.

Ans. A large number of reliable sources are available for the reconstruction of early medieval period in Indian history. They provide a good deal of insight and knowledge about the condition of those times covering all the aspects of the society, polity: economy and cultural.


The decline of the Gupta Empire paved way for the emergence of the regional powers in North India as well as in South India. The growth of the regional powers was accompanied by the composition of Royal Biographies by court poets. For example Banabhatta’s Harshacharita is one of the well known works of this genre.

Sandhyakaranandin’sRamacharitaiswritten in shlesha ( with double meaning) and simultaneously tells the story of the Epic Ilero Rama and the Pala king Ramapala. Bilhana wrote the Vikramankadevavcharita , an culogistic work abort vikramaditya VI. the Chalukya king of kalyani. Literary sources offers both direct as well as indirect informations about their time. An example of a text that gives direct. useful historical information is the anonymous Lekkapaddhati a work in Sanskrit and Prakrit composed in Gujrat in about the 13the century which contains models of various legal documents. Another example is Krishi-Parashara, an early medieval text of Bengal dealing with agriculture. Chand Bardai’s Prithvirajraso is an Epic woven around the exploits of the Chauhan king Prithviraj Chauhan. Kalhana’s Rajatarangini is a historical chronicle of the Rulers of Kashmir from the earliest time upto the 12th century CE.

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Apart from the indigenous texts. Chinese and Arab accounts are useful sources of information for early medieval India. The Chinese travellers who made the arduous journey from Chixa to India and back included monks and diplomats. Mention must be made of monks Xuanzang(c.600-64CE) and Yijing (635-713CE) both of whom visited India. The important Arab works include the 9th-10th century writings of travellers and geographers such as Sulaiman, Al-Masudi, Ibn Haukal. Later Arab writers and few others give useful information on trade through their accounts. EPIGRAPHIC SOURCES Just like the previous centuries inscriptions continues to form a major source of historical information for the carly medieval period as well. For example: The Aihole inscription of Pulakeshin II. the Chalukyan kingcomposed by the court poet Ravi Kirti. It coxtains many details about the history of the dynasty. It also contains an account of the early kings of the Chalukya line. The Banskhera and the Madhuban inscription of the reign of the king Harshavardhana of the Pushyabhuti dynasty. The Banskhera inscription has the kings signature. Kalimpur copper plate of Dharmapala-records a land grant made by the king for construction of temple.

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All the regional powers that developed in the post Gupta period and made a mark on the political history of India during the early medieval period issued their own coins in gold, silver, copper. MONUMENTAL EVIDENCE

We have evidence of construction of massive monuments in the form of temple architecture and new capital cites by the kings to commemorate their victory of other kings or dynasties or neighbouring regions. For example:The Chola king Rajendra I ,to commemorate victories over Mahendra V the ruler of Sri Lanka and against the Pandyas. the Chalukyas and the ruler of Kerala. built a new capital at Gangaikondacholapuram. The Virupaksha templeat Pattadakal. Karnatakawas constructed at the behest of queen Lokamahadevi to commemorate the conquest of Kanchipuram by her husband king Vikramaditya Il.

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