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HCP 2ND SEMESTER

 HISTORY AND CULTURE OF PUNJAB IN THE COLONIAL AND POST INDEPENDENCE TIMES 


Max. Marks : 50
Theory : 45
Internal Assessment : 05
Time : 3 Hours

Objectives: To introduce the students to the history of Punjab region in modern times.

 Pedagogy: Lectures, library work and discussions.

UNIT I

1. Introduction of Colonial Rule: administrative changes; means of communication; western education.

2. Agrarian Development: Commercialization of agriculture; canalization and colonization.

3. Social Classes: agrarian groups; new middle classes.

UNIT II 

4. Early Socio Religious Reform: Christian Missionaries; Namdharis; Nirankaris.

5. Socio Religious Reform Movements: activities of Arya Samaj; Singh sabhas; Ahmadiyas.

6. Development of Press & literature: growth of press; development in literature

UNIT III 

7. Emergence Of Political Consciousness: Agrarian uprising 1907; Ghadar.
8. Gurudwara Reform Movement: Jallianwala Bagh; foundation of SGPC and Akali Dal; Morchas.
9. Struggle for Freedom: activities of revolutionaries - Babbar Akalis, Naujawan Bharat Sabha; participation in mass movements – non co-operation, civil disobedience, Quit India.

UNIT IV 

10. Partition and its Aftermath: resettlement; rehabilitation

11. Social Concerns In Post Independence Punjab: language; immigration; socio-economic issues
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12. MAP: 
     Major Historical places: 
         Delhi, Kurukshetra, Jaito, Ferozepur, Ambala, Amritsar, Lahore, Ludhiana, Qadian, Jalandhar,            Lyallpur, Montgomery.

Suggested Readings: 


1. Singh,Kirpal :History and Culture os the Punjab, Part II(Medieval Period), Publication Bureau,           Punjabi University, Patiala 1990(3rd edn.). 

2. Singh, Fauja(ed.) :History of the Punjab, Vol.III, Punjabi University, Patiala 1972.

3. Grewal, J.S. :The Sikhs of the Punjab, the New Cambridge History of India, Orient Longman,             Hyderabad,1990. 

4. Singh, Khuwant :A History of the Sikhs, vol I: 1469-1839, oxford University Press,. Delhi, 1991.

 5. Chopra, P.N.,Puri, B.N.:A Social, Cu.ltural and Economic History of India, Vol.II, And Das,M.N.      Ma Macmillan, delhi, 1974. 

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