Our Chapter Young Historians
On a bright sunny day, we had our SSC class. When
are teacher came and started discussing about what do
historians do? And that’s we started our chapter ‘YOUNG
We compared the two maps and their conclusions were:
1)The 2nd map was more political one than map 1st
2)Map 2nd was more accurate.
3)The discoveries that were made in 1154 CE were much less
than what it was during 18th century.
4) The distance between places during 1154 CE were not that
well known compare to the 18th century.
We had fun comparing them.
Then we wrote things to be kept in mind by historians and they were
Should know about the language
Should be able to collect audience.
Should keep in mind the context in which the word has
Should keep in mind reliability of the data. That was
not so good and not so bad.
Second, we got a case study on term Hindustan .We wrote
important points in the notebook paragraph. It told that
Hindustan is a land of rivers, Derived from a Persian word
Hind (Sindhu), Primarily the term “Hindustan” refers ( A river in Sanskrit) to Republic of India and it’s usually applied to the Ganges Plain of North India, between the Himalayas in the
north and the Deccan Plateau in the South. These were some
information by me and some from my teacher. The conclusion
was – Thus, it tell us that the term Hindustan involved in terms of the meaning in which it has been used due to the
change in the context in which its used .We had learned a lot of about the term Hindustan .We had fun.
After some time, the days past. Now we were allotted
in some and we had to make questions and interview some
people. Our group had to interview col. Yadav, some teachers and some students of class XI and XII. Our task was to
ask questions on school’s neighborhood .I and Hanan were
partners and we had to ask people about “Other New Things
made after the School was made”. They gave us a list of
things from 2003 to...
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