History SSC

Important History Short Notes

Check some of this important point-wise History Notes. These notes are selected from the previous exam papers, of the last ten years.

    • The name of India is derived from the river – Indus
    • The Chinese Buddhist Pilgrim, Hiuen Tsang visited India during – Harshavradhan
    • Arrangement of houses in Harappan cities followed – Grid System
    • The Battle of Chausa was fought between –   Humayun and Sher Shah Suri in 1539
    • Who was the founder of independent state of Bengal – Murshid Quli Khan
    • Who was the first Governor-General of East India Company – Warren Hastings
    • The ‘Doctrine of Lapse’ was strictly followed by – Lord Dalhousie
    • Who founded The Theosophical Society – Madame Blavatsky and Col. Olcott
    • Shivaji was brought up at Poona under the careful supervision of his mother and an able Brahman – Dadaji Kondadev
    • In which year Governor-General received the title of viceroy – 1858
    • In which year the government under Lord Lytton passed the ‘Vernacular Press Act‘ – 1978

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