Indian Art & Culture Shankar IAS

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Indian Art & Culture Shankar IAS Administration Shankar IAS establishment of the Indian government mechanical party constitutes each one of the workplaces which runs the Central and State association.for ordering call us 0120-4221413

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 Indian Art & Culture Shankar IAS Administration Shankar IAS establishment of the Indian government mechanical party constitutes each one of the workplaces which runs the Central and State association. The most prestigious exam in India is driven by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).Shankar IAS Academy was started in the year 2004 with the respectable inspiration of setting up the ordinary affiliation candidates focussedly and setting them up for facing the land’s most lifted examination.
Study material and have Notes like  UPSC notes,Printed Notes Of Handwritten Notes,Notes for IAS. 

Indian Art & Culture Shankar IAS contents as follows..

 Content:
1) Indus Valley Civilization
2) Vedic Period
3) Jainism
4) Buddhism
5) Age of Guptas
6) Mauryan Empire
7) Satavahanas
8) Chalukyas
9) Cholas
10) Sangam Age
11) Cultural achievements of Kushans
12) Cultural achievements of Sungas
13) Cultural Conditions in Gupta Age
14) Cultural Contribution of Mughals
15) Cultural Contribution of Vijayanagara empire
16) Cultural Contribution of South Indian Dynasties
17) Bhakti Movement in India
18) Cave Architecture
19) Stupa Architecture
20) Sculpture in Ancient India
21) Indian Crafts
22) Dances of India
23) Fairs and Festivals of India
24) Folk Dances of India
25) Handicrafts of India
26) Harshavardhana and His times – Culture
27) Gist of TN History
28) Indian Literature
29) Indian Music
30) Indian Paintings
31) Indian Philosophy
32) Indian Theatre
33) Indo-Islamic Architecture
34) Indi-Islamic Culture
35) Kushan Empire
36) Pallavas – Culture
37) Vedic philosophy
38) Puppetry
39) Rajputs and their culture
40) Rashtrakutas and their culture
41) Religious Philosophies
42) Sculpture in Colonial period
43) Architecture in Colonial period
44) Sufism and Bhaktism
45) Temple Architecture in India
46) Temple Architecture in South India

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Weight 0.21 kg
Dimensions 30 × 21 × 3 cm
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