CBSE Class 12 History Kings and Chronicles the Mughal Courts Assignment

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Assignment for Class 12 History Theme I Chapter 2 Kings, Farmers And Towns Early States And Economies

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Theme I Chapter 2 Kings, Farmers And Towns Early States And Economies Class 12 History Assignment

CBSE Class 12 History Kings and Chronicles the Mughal Courts Assignment. Based on CBSE and CCE guidelines. The students should read these basic concepts to gain perfection which will help him to get more marks in CBSE examination.


Ques. 1 Evaluate the concerns that shaped Mughal Policies and attitudes towards Regions outside the sub continents?

ANS:The special attention was started on the North West Frontier areas from the period of Akbar. The Political and diplomatic relations between the Mughal Kings and the neighboring countries of Iran and Turan hinged on the control of the frontier defined by the Hindu Kush Mountains that separated Afghanistan from the regions of Iran and Central Asia. A constant Aim of Mughal Policy was to check/ prevent outside Potential danger by controlling strategic out posts- notably Kabul and Qandhar  The relationship between the Mughals and ottomans was marked by the concern to ensure free movement for traders and pilgrims in the territories under ottoman control, where the important pilgrim centres of Mecca and Madina were located. Qandhar was a bone of contention between safavids and the Mughals, the fortress town has initially been in the possession of Humayun reconquered in 1595 by Akbar, in 1622 A Persian army besieged Qandhar. The ill prepared Mughal army was defeated and had to surrender the fortress and the city to the safavids. The Mughal Emperor usually combined Religion and commerce by exporting valuable merchandise to Aden and Mokha, Both red seaports and distributing the proceeds of the sales in charity to the keepers of shrines and religious men there. On the basis of above mentioned causes we can say that Mughal emperors were very much vigilant especially to the North West frontier areas. Strong efforts had been made to control these areas upto the period of Sharjahan but later his successors did not pay any attention on such important areas and this resulted invasion of Nadir Shah and Ahmad shah Abdali.

Ques No.2 “Sher Shah Suri was the forerunner of Akbar” Prove this Statement by giving reasonable arguments.

Answer Shershah Suri was the great Emperor of the Medieval Era. His works and successes of Shershah Suri were so great that these became ideal for the forthcoming Rulers. Shershah was a hard working and disciplined personality. He was in favour of equal law for each and everybody and he considered Judgment as most holy religious work. Keeping in view, the general welfare of the people and for the effectiveness of empire, he divided his empire into ‘Sarkars’ and the sarkar into ‘Parganas’. The biggest gift of Sher Shah Suri to Akbar is in the area of land management. He divided the land and the land revenue according to the produce of the land. Sher Shah Suri got shady trees planted along the road sides for convenience of the general public. For the encouragement of the traders and convenience of general people. He introduced Gold, Silver, and copper coins and a certain amount of metal was kept in the coins. Shershah was the first emperor who adopted religious liberty and equal behavior. He separated politics to the religion. He recruited a vast central permanent army. HE gave cash payment to the Army, horse branded, getting the description rolls of the soldiers recorded and their recruitment and inspection of the troop from time to time. He opened hospitals for the poor. He also encouraged the expansion of Education. He was very much interested in the construction of the buildings. The tomb of Sahsram is an important construction which is a symbol of coordination of Mohamadden and local architectural styles. By the micro analysis of the above mentioned works/ reforms of the Shershah. It becomes clear that Akbar adopted many works/ reforms of the Shershah as it is or by some modifications. Therefore Shershah can be called as the forerunner of Akbar.

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