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Class 6 History Notes CBSE

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You might think history is something which might look too difficult for young minds who are in class 6th? But no, history at the class 6th is amazing. You will read about so many different historical aspects that you will feel you are not even learning history. From finding how people in the stone age were able to hunt for food and cook it to history about small villages to thriving towns, these 11 chapters have everything that a student needs to light up their interest in history. 

Each chapter is unique and will showcase the different perspectives of history and human civilization. Given below, we have provided a brief introduction to each chapter to see which ones interest you the most. The class 6 history chapter 2 notes are also present on our website and the other important chapters, which we have mentioned below. 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Why reading books is essential for students?

when a student starts to read, he develops a much higher concentration level as reading requires it all the time. It also makes the person who is reading to sort things in his or her mind. Often, you might have heard about kids solving the mystery before the story has revealed it. That’s because they have been reading crime-solving books and can see the pattern they have learned through their reading. As a result, reading can improve your analytical and critical thinking. You need to have a great memory to keep the stories which you have read in the past in your mind. Thus, reading helps in improving your memory. Also, when you are reading a book, you will get to experience different nations' culture where you haven’t gone yet.

2. Who was Ashoka the great and why is he remembered even in the 21st century?

Ashoka the great a name that can’t be spoken without saying “the great” at the end. He was said to be the third king of the Mauryan Empire. He was known for being the one king who reunified the war. He also laid the concept of “Dhamma.” Moreover, if you look at his empire, you will be amazed to see that he could rule India as a whole. When his kingdom was at its peak, he was able to rule modern-day Iran to the entirety of the Indian continent. He made the political treatise, which was later known as Arthashatra. He was the one who appointed Chanakya, his prime minister, who used to serve his father during his reign.