Q. Discuss the reasons behind the creation of separate Bihar from the Bengal Presidency in 1912.

Bengal Presidency

Ans- The Bengal Presidency was the greatest among every one of the Presidencies in English India. While the other two Presidency, Madras and Bombay, remained geographically unaltered during the English period, the Bengal Presidency was presented to reiterated divisions. The domain of Assam was first to go out in 1866, to be followed by Bihar …

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Q.) What were the reasons behind Overseas immigration in the 19th century of British India? Discuss in light of the indentured system with particular reference to Bihar.

indentured system

Ans– India has a very complex immigration history, started in the 19th century presently all the continents have established the Indian community. In this direction, Bihar has a very long history of indentured systems in the pacific and other nations. Reasons behind immigration in the 19th century– After the abolition of slavery in 1883, the …

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Q.) Describe the People’s participation in Bihar during the Quit India Movement of 1942.

Quit India Movement

Ans– Quit India Movement aur “Bharat Chodo Andolan” was the famous struggle in our freedom movement, also known as the August revolution. Congress working committee at its meeting in Bombay on the 5th of August 1942, passed a resolution later called the Quit India Movement. Causes of Quit India Movement– increase in the economic depression. …

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Q.) Discuss the spread of Western Education in Bihar between 1858-1914. (65th BPSC/2020)

Western Education

Ans– Bihar has had a glorious heritage in the field of western education since ancient times. it has been home to one of the oldest universities in India. Nalanda, Odantapuri, and Vikramshila got international fame. Regardless, the custom of realizing which has its beginning in old times was lost during the middle age time frame. …

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Q.) Examine the salient features of Patna Kalam Painting Style. (63 BPSC/2019)

Patna Kalam Painting

Ans– The Patna School of paintings is popularly known as Patna Kalam Painting or the company paintings. it was derived from the Mughal paintings and was developed between the 18th and mid-20th centuries. In Bihar popularly around the present-day Patna region. Patna Kalam’s painting what the world’s first school of paintings which exclusively dealt with …

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Q.) Examine the characteristics of tribal protest in the 19th Century with suitable examples. Give reasons for their failure.

Tribal Protest

Ans– In the 19th century, India witnessed many tribal protests across India. It ranges from the Indo-Gangetic plain to South India. Bengal- Bihar– Orissa had a great impact on British Colonial rule, frequent separations, acquisition of land, and religious interference aggravated the tribal protest in that region. Characteristics of tribal protests– Religious in nature– many …

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Q.) Critically examine the evolution of Indian nationalism since the late 19th century? (64th BPSC/2019)

Indian nationalism

Ans– Indian patriotism in the nineteenth century emerged to address the difficulty of foreign domination. We talk about Indian nationalism. The actual states of British rule help the development of patriotism among the Indian people. English rule helped the development of patriotism among the Indians through immediate and backhanded results which gave the material and …

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Q.) What were the causes of the revolt of 1857? What effect did it have on Bihar? (65 BPSC/2020)

revolt of 1857

Ans– The revolt of 1857 was a result of the character and arrangements of provincial rule. The reasons for the revolt of 1857 like other earlier emerging rose out of all parts economic, political, regulatory, and socio-religious of the everyday presence of Indians faced by all segments and classes. Economic causes– The colonial arrangements of …

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Q.) Describe the main features of Pala art in relation to Nalanda and Bihar. (41 BPSC/1997)

Pala Art, Nalanda

Ans– Pala rulers were incredible supporters of craftsmanship and art, Nalanda, Vikramshila. A form of art developed under the support are called Pala rulers called “Pala Art”. The Pala School of Cultural art is recognized as a distinct feature of Indian art. The Pala tradition governed from the eighth century to the twelfth century in …

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Q.) What was the significance of Champaran satyagraha for peasant uprising?

Champaran satyagraha

Ans– Champaran satyagraha of 1970 was the first Satyagraha movement driven by Gandhiji in quite a while and is viewed as a significant revolt in the Indian freedom struggle. It was a farmer’s uprising that happened in the Champaran area of Bihar during the British common period. Champaran was an imperative region that at present …

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