What are the Sources for Medieval Indian History?

By Mandeep Kumar|Updated : September 7th, 2022

Medieval Indian history describes a society where these features of modern society did not exist. Medieval Indian history was borrowed from the West where the modern period was associated with the growth of all the forces of modernity – science, reason, democracy, liberty, and equality. Britishers have divided Indian history into ‘ancient’, ‘medieval’, and ‘modern’.

Which is the Medieval Period of Indian History?

In Indian history, the medieval period started from the 8th century and continued up to the 18th century. During the medieval period of Indian history, India witnessed considerable social, economic, religious, and political changes.

Medieval history was traced using archaeological and literary sources of information. Monuments, temples, inscriptions, coins, and weaponry are examples of archaeological sources. A manuscript which was referred to as a manuscript was gathered by rich people, monasteries, rulers, and temples.

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  • Medieval Indian history was borrowed from the West where the modern period was associated with the growth of all the forces of modernity – science, reason, democracy, liberty, and equality.

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