South Indian history Tnpsc | Pallavas, Cholas, Chalukyas, and Rashtrakutas

south indian kingdoms - chola

South India History This note is written for the Tnpsc Exam for the topic “South Indian History“, which includes the history of Pallava, Cholas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, their administration, and their culture. After the Sangam Age, Ancient Tamil Nadu was ruled by Kalabhra for about 250 Years. Here, then Pallava’s builds its kingdom in Tondaimandalam and … Read more

Development of Road Rail Water and Air routes in India Upsc

Development of Road Rail Water and Air routes in India Upsc

This is Tnpsc notes for Geography. For the topic “Transport”. The notes compiled from Samacheer Kalvi books.

Vijayanagar Empire History Upsc

Vijayanagar Empire History Upsc

Source of Vijayanagar empire History The four dynasties such as Sangama, Saluva, Tuluva and Aravidu, ruled Vijayanagar from A.D. 1336 to 1672. The sources of history and other details about the Vijayanagar Kingdom are found from the works of Krishnadevaraya’s Amukthamalyada, Gangadevi’s Maduravijayam and Allasani Peddanna’s Manucharitam. The Moroccan traveller, Ibn Battuta, Venetian traveller Nicolo … Read more

Citizenship of India Upsc

Citizenship of India India is a secular, democratic nation-state. The Indian constitution provides full citizenship to all groups irrespective of what they belong to. The women, people from SC and ST, and remote communities from the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, who previously do not enjoy equal rights were given full citizenship rights. The provisions about … Read more

Constitution of India Tnpsc notes

History of Constitution of India Tnpsc

This is Tnpsc notes for the topic in the polity: Constitution of India The Constitution is the fundamental law of the country. It reflects the fundamental principles on which government functions. It is concerned with the distribution of powers between the various organs of the government and between the Union and the states. The concept … Read more

Attorney general of India Article 76 Upsc

Attorney general of India Article 76 Upsc

Attorney general of India Article 76 The Attorney-general of India is the Chief legal advisor of the Indian government and its principal advocate before the Supreme court of India. He/She is the highest law officer in India. Power of an attorney general in India It is the duty to give advice to the Indian Government … Read more

Prime Minister in Indian Constitution This is Tnpsc notes for polity for the topic: Prime Minister The Constitution provides for a collegiate executive, that is Council of ministers under the chair members of the Prime Minister. Council of Ministers is a body of persons having the authority to initiate major policies, make decisions and implement … Read more

President of India Upsc

President of India

President of India Article 52 of our constitution lays down that there shall be a President of India. Article 53 lays down that the executive power of the Union shall be vested in the President and shall be exercised by him directly or indirectly. President of India Qualification and Election 2. A person shall not … Read more

* * All the Notes in this blog, are referred from Tamil Nadu State Board Books and Samacheer Kalvi Books. Kindly check with the original Tamil Nadu state board books and Ncert Books.