CBSE Class 7 History Chapter 10 Notes - Eighteenth-Century Political Formation


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The political conditions dramatically changed the face of India in a relatively short period during the eighteenth century. This chapter provides an overview of the emergence of new political groups during the first half of the eighteenth century and the transformations that took place along with it. This was basically during the time from 1706 (death of Aurangzeb) to 1761(Battle of Panipat). We provide the students with the notes for India in the Eighteenth-Century project for Class 8 Class 7 history Chapter 10 Notes, allowing the students to revise the chapter quickly and prepare well for their examinations. These notes are also available in the PDF download form making the study process easier. This also helps the students revise the chapter quickly.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Do merchants and bankers still have the same impact as they had back in the eighteenth century?

Back in the 18th century, the merchants had a very influential impact as compared to the bankers. These merchants provided more loan opportunities, but higher interest rates accompanied these. However, the present-day scenario has changed. People prefer taking loans from banks and other financial assistance at cheaper rates. Alongside, the banks also provide ample scope of loans for several purposes.

2. Which policies did Asif Jha adopt to strengthen his position and his rule?

To strengthen his position as a ruler of the Deccan, Asif Jha started adapting several policies which include:

  • Bringing in skilled soldiers and administrations from northern India. 

  • Appointed the mansabdars and granted them Jagirs. 

  • Ruled independently without many interferences. Alongside, the Mughal emperor also confirmed the decisions that Asif Jha took.