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  Section 1
Thinking About Time
Our People
The People of the Indus Valley
The Coming of the Aryans
Two Great Books
The Ramayana
The Mahabharata
Gautama Buddha
Mahavira
The First Empire in India
Ashoka
After Ashoka
Menander
 
Kanishka
Southern Kingdoms
The Satavahanas
The Golden Age of the Guptas
Chandragupta
Samudragupta
Fa-Hian
The Huns
Harshavardhana of Kanauj
Yuan Chwang
Pallavas and Chalukyas
Shankara The Great Teacher
Rajputs and Cholas
  Section 2
The Sultanate of Delhi
Muhammad Ghori and Prithviraj
Slave Kings
Alauddin Khalji
Amir Khusro
Muhammad Bin Tughlak
Firoze Tughlak
Beyond Delhi
The Sisodias of Mewar
The Bahmani Kingdom
The Kingdom of Vijayanagar
The Bhakta Saints
Ramanuja
Kabir
Guru Nanak
Mirabai
The First Mughals
Babar
Ibrahim Lodi
Humayun
Sher Shah Suri
Akbar the Great
Bairam Khan
Maharana Pratap
 
Tulsidas and Surdas
Jahangir
Shah Jahan
The Last of the Great Mughals
The Jats
The Pathans
The Rajputs
The Sikhs
The Marathas
The End of the Empire
Muhammad Shah
Nadir Shah
The Marathas
Jnaneswar
Tukaram
Ramdas
Shivaji Maharaj
After Shivaji
Sambhaji and Sahu
The First Peshwa
The Sikhs
The Ten Gurus
Arjun Dev
Guru Gobind
Banda
Ranjit Singh
 
  Section 3
Ships from Europe
The Portugese
The Dutch
The Coming of the British
The East India Company
The Beginning of a New Empire
Robert Clive
The Tale of Arcot
The Battle of Plassey
The First Governor-General
Warren Hastings
Brave Father and Son
Hyder Ali
Tipu Sultan
How British Power Grew
Cornwallis
 
Wellesley
Hastings
Bentinck
Dalhousie
Two Indias
The Great Revolt
Greased Cartridges
The Rani of Jhansi
Tantia Tope
Nana Sahib
The Delhi Story
The Fate of Bahadur Shah
Begum Hazrat Mahal
Two Other Fighters
Kunwar Singh
Company Rule Ends
 
  Section 4
The Birth of Modern India
Raja Ram Mohun Roy
Dayanand Saraswati
RamakrishnaParamahamsa
Vivekananda
The Will to be Free
Dadabhai Naoroji
Virceroys
Ripon
Curzon
Reforms
Two Men from Poona
Tilak and Gokhale
Teachers and Builders
Rabindranath Tagore
Muhammad Iqbal
Annie Besant
Jagdish Chandra Bose
 
P C Ray
Ramanujan
C V Raman
Jamshedji Tata
Gandhi The Mahatma
Return to India
Jallianwala Bagh
Followers of Gandhi
The Dandi March
Round Table Conferences
Quit India
Noakhali
Gandhi, The Man
Freedom
The Martyrdom
First Years of Freedom
The Princely States
India Today
Dates in the Line of Time

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