India Essay Topics

Islam Invasion of India in 1200-1700 72103725

The historical excerpt of India draws its genesis from the Indus Valley civilization which mushroomed in the North-Western part of the sub-continent as early as 3300 towards 1700BCE. Rashid Barrack (1999). This era was popularly known for Bronze and the subsequent Iron Age. Historians concur with the fact that this is the period that triggered… View Article

The Changing Political Economy Of India

From 1947 – 1990 India had a much closed system of economy. Most of the core industries were controlled by the central government and there were no real competitors. A policy of import substitution in the decades after independence encouraged the development of a broad industrial base, but a lack of competition contributed to poor… View Article

Ironies of Emancipation

The article “Ironies of Emancipation: Changing Configurations of Women’s Work in the ‘Mission of Sisterhood’ to Indian Women” by Jane Haggis is an article that was written from a feminist perspective to ask specific questions about how the influence of the mission of sisterhood either helped or hurt Indian women in the 1800’s. The author… View Article

Indian tribe`s inherent sovereign authority

INTRODUCTION: U.S Chief Justice John Marshall, in his milestone trilogy of  his decisions on Indian law in 1] Cherokee Nation v.Georgia 2] Johnson v.Mclntosh and 3] Worcester v. Georgia framed the foundation for Indian law viz. Indian tribes are under the trust protection of the federal government which stands good even today. As such, many… View Article

Mughal emperor of India

Jahangir (Mughal emperor of India) (1569-1627), was the fourth Mughal Emperor of India who ruled for 22 years. Jahangir was a friendly and a moderate Muslim. Jahangir loved architecture, fine arts and was very fond of paintings. Besides being a successful ruler, he was kind to his Indian subjects whether they be Hindu’s or Muslim’s…. View Article

The religious and social action of India

The religious and social action of India today is a fruit of cultural system, or a product of history . It is important to know the basic information about Hinduism. Flood explained that Hinduism is the religion of the majority of people in India and Nepal, as well as being an important cultural force in… View Article

Hinduism Paper

With over 900 million followers, Hinduism is the third largest religion today. Only Christianity and Islam have more. The major difference between them though, is that Hinduism did not spread like the other two religions. Out of the 900 million followers that the Hindu religion has, only 20 million are located outside of India. The… View Article

Imperialism in India

Politics The effects of imperialism are both positive and negative. The positive effects are banning inhumane traditional practices such as sati and the dowry system, promoting widow remarriage and prohibiting child marriage. The negative effects are that Britain caused the traditional industries to crash. Also, poverty increased. British officials were paid out of the India… View Article

Indian Festivals

India is a country of colours and festivals. It is said that there are seven days in a week but nine festivals. They mark the grand, gay and happy occasions in the life of Indian people. These are celebrated with gay abandon. Great preparations are made well in advance to observe festivals. These are the… View Article

Causes of Conflict between India and Pakistan

INTRODUCTION            The history of Pakistan as an independent country started in 1947. This event happened when Great Britain’s subcontinent India was divided into two regions, and the partitioned part is known today as the countries of Pakistan and India. The separation is the start of a series of changes due to the formation of… View Article

The Ramayana and Trade Case

When we talk about Ramayana, we look at it as an epic story of powerful people, of gods and goddesses intervening with the people’s affairs, and of other-worldly creatures which one could never imagine. Truly, it is a wonderful, fictional story. But it is not only about legendary battles and imaginary characters. We can also… View Article

The Ramayana and Trade

Human Society has roots which lie deeper in history than the beginning of human life, men have made comparatively but little progress in solving the problem of their aggregate existence. Ramayana is dated variously between 500 BCE to 100 BCE. In the Ramayana era, the society was well established, prosperous and cultured. It was divided… View Article

The Role of Gods in Ramayana

Introduction Discussion that serves as preface for the entire content and discussion of the paper Gods as providers  Laid out the proofs wherein the god-characters in the story Ramayana acted as providers for the human beings, particularly blessing King Dasaratha with a gift from the gods. III. Gods and their role in political intervention  This… View Article

The Rise Of The Mughal Empire

Introduction             No period in the Indian history has enjoyed as much attention and scholarly research efforts as the period in history that corresponds with the Mughal rule. The Mughal Empire is known as one of the largest centralized states recorded in pre-modern history1. At its zenith, the Mughal Empire commanded resources unprecedented in Indian… View Article

Thomas Friedman – Outsourcing in India

The three cultural changes that Call Center environment is bringing to India is: – Empowering the youth and especially women – Providing a set of people with disposable income and disposable time – Changing the value systems and beliefs Women are coming forward and taking the opportunity provided by increased employment opportunities. Educational pressure has… View Article

Thomas the Apostle in India

The essay will discuss the debate concerning the arrival of Thomas Apostle to India. Based on the information available to researchers, the paper will argue that St. Thomas had actually lived in India. Two different theories that present opposing views concerning this topic will be presented in this paper. One theory argues that Thomas the… View Article

Water resources in India

There are several water sources in India that have the capacity to supply the whole population with adequate water, if only properly and efficiently manned. These sources include the enormous oceans that surround the Indian peninsula, the Indian Ocean, Bengal Bay and Arabian Sea as well as the inland rivers. The rivers include those from… View Article

Water Supply in India

India has a land size of 3. 29 million square kilometers with a diverse population which has narrowly exceeded the one billion mark. The demand for water has continued to rise fast due to urbanization where a significant percentage of the population lives in the urban areas. In addition, the increase in demand of water… View Article

India Unity

India is land of variety. There is great variety in variety of aspects. The languages, lifestyles, religions, habits, geography, climates, cultures might be different but still they unite us into an invisible frame, the frame of Indianism. Diversity is there in every aspect of India, a land that encloses 1,222,559 sq. meters of land and… View Article

Year of Gram Sabha

India has designated 2010 as the year of gram sabhas to spread awareness about good governance at the local level. To make local governance effective, energising local governing bodies is a real challenge before the government. New Delhi: The ministry of panchayati raj in India has issued specific guidelines to make the year of gram… View Article

India’s Land Resource

Land Resources in India envelop approximately 1. 3 million sq miles and is a cape protruding into the Indian Ocean in between the Bay of Bengal on the east and Arabian Sea on the west. In spite of sufficient accessibility of landed topography, population pressure in the country is excessive and that makes space for… View Article

Cultural and Educational Rights in India

As India is a country of many languages, religions, and cultures, the Constitution provides special measures, in Articles 29 and 30, to protect the rights of the minorities. The Cultural and Educational Rights is one of the six fundamental rights that have been granted to us in the Indian Constitution. This right allows every citizen… View Article

Role of Student

India has a vast population of students who are studying in thousands of schools and colleges. These students can plays a very significant role in the re-building and reconstruction of our nation. This can only happen if their energies are properly channelised. The students had also played in a very important role during India’s struggle… View Article

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu has been ranked No 1 by the Economic Freedom Rankings for the States of India [1] Possessing the fifth largest economy (2004–2005) among states in India, Tamil Nadu is also the second most industrialised state next to Maharastra. [2] It ranks second in per capita income (2004–2005) among large states. It ranks third… View Article

Mergers and acquisitions may intensify in Indian FMCG sector

New Delhi, Sep 19 (IANS) The food, drinks and consumer goods industry is likely to see a consolidaton in the coming months, with large size firms looking to improve margins by acquiring smaller peers, according to global consulting firm KPMG. “The Indian household and personal care market is likely to continue to see deal interest… View Article

Karnataka Mining Scam

Karnataka is a state in South West India. It was created on 1 November 1956, with the passing of the States Reorganisation Act. Originally known as the State of Mysore, it was renamed Karnataka in 1973. Bangalore is the capital city of the state and is at the forefront of the rapid economic and technological… View Article

India & Mexico: the two stories

By the end of 20th century, the world had realized that the next century is going to be driven by developing nations from South America, Central America and Asia on economic ground. The role of the economically developed nation will get reduced to that of investor and consumer while the developing nations will be converted… View Article

An Indian Farmer

* Introduction- India is an agriculture country. It is a land of farmers. They live in village and die in village. They lead a very simple life. Their houses are made of mud and straw. They are very small and simple. The farmers are the true sons of the motherland. Gandhiji said India lives in… View Article

History of Alwar

The state of Alwar is located in the northeast part of Rajasthan. It is considered the oldest kingdom in Rajasthan. The history of Alwar is steeped into mythology and folklore. In ancient India it was a part of the Matsya Kingdom, which the Kauravas embarked on the cattle-rustling mission, which resulted in the famous war… View Article

Work Life Balance

The article talks about the importance of work life balance, especially in relation to India. In the Indian context, work life balance has many social and cultural connotations. There are many factors that need to be taken into account to understand work balance with respect to India better: India is a deeply religious country, housing… View Article