Ancient

Indus Valley Civilization
Vedic Civilization
Pre-Mauryan Age
Buddhism
Jainism
Mauryan Empire
Post Mauryan Period
Ganga Dynasty
Guptas
Post Gupta Period
Badami Chalukyas
Rashtrakuta Dynasty
Kalyani Chalukyas
Pallavas
Chola Empire
Kadambas
Sangam Age
Satavahanas
Vakatakas
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Government of India Act 1935

Government of India Act 1935 was based on Simon Commission report, Muddiman Committee Report, deliberations of three Round Table Conferences, Communal Award etc.

This Act was the second milestome in the introduction of responsible government in India.

The Government of India Act 1935 contains 14 parts and 10 Schedules.

The Act abolished dyarchy in provinces and autonomy was given to them.

Dyarcy was introduced at the Centre.

All India Federation with two governments i.e. Union and States. was created.

The Central Legislature consists Rajya Sabha and Federal Assembly.

Governor General was the chief administrator of the Federal Government.

Governor Geneal has the power to appoint or remove the council of ministers, issue of ordinances, summoning, proroguing or dissolving the Federal Assembly.

Native states was given freedom either to join or quit the Federation.

Division of powers, Federal court, written and rigid constitution were the federal features.

59 items included in Central List, 54 items included in State list.

Governor General was authorised to make a law on residuary subjects.

Burma was separated from India.

Administrative subjects of the Union Government is divided into two Lists i.e. Reserved and Transferred.

Reserved List comprised Defence, External affairs, Communal issues, Tribal Welfare etc.

Governor General had the authority over reserved subjects with the help of three British Councillors.

Governor General supervises the matters of the Transferred List.

Federal court was constituted to settle the conflicts between the Union and the Provinces.

The principle of communal electorates extended to Indian Christians, Anglo-Indians, Harijans and Europeans.

New offices like Advocate General, Financial Adviser, Federal Railway Authority etc., were created.

The Indian government Act, 1935 was passed during the period of Lord Wellington.

Medieval

Muslim Invasions
Delhi Sultans
Mughal Empire
Bahmani Empire
Bhakti Movement
Gajapaties
Hoysalas
Independent Kingdoms
Kakatiyas
Later Pandyas
Marathas
Rajputs
Sikhs
Sur Dynasty
Vijayanagara Empire
Yadavas
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Modern

Advent of Europeans
Constitutional Developments
Establishment of British Rule
Expansion of British Rule
British Rule in India
Education and Press
Governor Generals
National Leaders
Popular Movements
Revolts
Revolutionary Terrorism
Rise of Nationalism
Socio-Religious Movements
Viceroys
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