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Class 7 History:-

Chapter 1: Tracing Changes through a Thousand YearsNCERT PDF
Chapter 2: New Kings and KingdomsNCERT PDF
Chapter 3: The Delhi SultansNCERT PDF
Chapter 4: The Mughal EmpireNCERT PDF
Chapter 5: Rulers and BuildingsNCERT PDF
Chapter 6: Towns, Traders and CraftspersonsNCERT PDF
Chapter 7: Tribes, Nomads and Settled CommunitiesNCERT PDF
Chapter 8: Devotional Paths to the DivineNCERT PDF
Chapter 9: The Making of Regional CulturesNCERT PDF
Chapter 10: Eighteenth-Century Political FormationsNCERT PDF

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New and Old Terminologies
If the context in which information is produced
changes with time, what about language and
meanings? Historical records exist in a variety of
languages which have changed considerably over the
years. Medieval Persian, for example, is different from
modern Persian. The difference is not just with regard
to grammar and vocabulary; the meanings of words
also change over time.
Take the term “Hindustan”, for example. Today we
understand it as “India”, the modern nation-state.
When the term was used in the thirteenth century by
Minhaj-i-Siraj, a chronicler who wrote in Persian, he
meant the areas of Punjab, Haryana and the lands
between the Ganga and Yamuna. He used the term in
a political sense for lands that were a part of the
dominions of the Delhi Sultan. The areas included in
this term shifted with the extent of the Sultanate but
the term never included south India. By contrast, in
the early sixteenth century Babur used Hindustan to
describe the geography, the fauna and the culture of
the inhabitants of the subcontinent. As we will see later
in the chapter, this was somewhat similar to the way
the fourteenth-century poet Amir Khusrau used the
word “Hind”. While the idea of a geographical and
cultural entity like “India” did exist, the term
“Hindustan” did not carry the political and national
meanings which we associate with it today.

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