With the decline of feudalism, the restrictions on peasants become a thing of the past simultaneously, the period witnessed the rise of powerful merchant class, which financed discoveries of new lands. These, with other factors, brought about the Industrial revolution which led a sea change throughout the world. This was the be beginning of the Modern Age.

Industrial Revolution brought social and economic changes that transformed the agricultural society to  a modern industrial society. The industrialised nations needed raw materials for their industries as well as markets for their finished good. The necessitated colonisation of under developed countries. This transformed the industrial nations into imperialists and led to rivalry among them for supremacy. This imperialism and rivalry led to World Wars.

A. Modern Indian History

  1. Start of Colonial Rule
  2. Methods of Colonisation In India
  3. Anglo-Mysore Wars
  4. Anglo-Maratha Wars
  5. Anglo-Sikh Wars
  6. Subsidiary Alliances
  7. Doctrine of Lapse
  8. Economic Impact of British Rule
  9. British Impact on Society and Culture
  10. Protest Movements
  11. Popular Resistance Movements against British
  12. Peasant Revolt
  13. Tribal Revolts
  14. Causes of 1857 Revolt
  15. The Revolt of 1857
  16. Failure and Impact of 1857 Revolt
  17. Rise of Nationalism in India
  18. Indian National Congress
  19. Partition of Bengal
  20. Rise of Radical Nationalists
  21. Formation of Muslim League
  22. Morley Minto Reforms
  23. National Movement During First World War
  24. Emergence of Gandhi
  25. Non-Cooperation Movement (1920-22)
  26. Dandi March
  27. Revolutionaries
  28. Development of Socialist Ideas
  29. Communal Divide
  30. Government of India Act of 1935
  31. National Movement During Second World War
  32. Quit India Movement and After
  33. Partition and Independence of India

B. Indian National Movement

  1. British East India Company Rule
  2. First War of Independence, 1857
  3. Government of India Act, 1858
  4. Indian Councils Act, 1861
  5. Formation of INC, 1885
  6. Indian Councils Act, 1892
  7. Partition of Bengal, 1905
  8. All India Muslim League, 1906
  9. Minto-Morley Reforms, 1909
  10. Return of Mahatma Gandhi, 1915
  11. Lucknow Pact, 1916
  12. Government of India Act, 1919
  13. Rowlatt Act & Satyagraha, 1919
  14. Khilafat Movement
  15. Non Cooperation Movement, 1920-22
  16. Swaraj Party
  17. Simon Commission, 1927
  18. Nehru Report, 1928
  19. Dandi March & Civil Disobedience Movement
  20. Round Table Conference
  21. Poona Pact, 1932
  22. Government of India Act, 1935
  23. August Offer & Individual Satyagraha, 1940
  24. Cripps Mission, 1942
  25. Quit India Movement
  26. Cabinet Mission, 1946
  27. Mountbatten Plan, 1947
  28. India Independence Act, 1947
  29. India After Independence

C. Socio-Religious Reforms

  1. Indian Society in Early 19th Century
  2. Social and Religious Awakening
  3.  Reformers
  4. Muslim Reform Movement
  5. Akali Reform Movement
  6. Reform Movement among Parsis
  7. Impact of Reform Movements on Indian Society

D. Modern World History

  1. Decline of Feudalism
  2. Renaissance
  3. Reformation
  4. Development of Science
  5. Discovery of New Lands
  6. Industrial Revolution
  7. Age of Revolutions
  8. Innovations and Technological Changes during Industrial Revolution
  9. Imperialism and Colonialism
  10. World War I
  11. World Between Two World Wars
  12. World War II
  13. Foundation of United Nations Organisation