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Panchayati raj CBSE Class 6 Civics Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Gram Sabha The Gram Sabha-a meeting of all adults who live in the area covered by a Panchayat (could be only one village or a few villages). In some states, the village meeting is held for each village. Anyone who is 18 years old or more with the right to vote is a member of Read More

Urban Livelihoods CBSE Class 6 Civics Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Urban Livelihood A large number of people in the city work on streets-12 % of all the workers in the city were people working on the street- they sell things or repair them or provide a service-work on their own-are not employed by anyone-have to organise their own work-have to plan how much to purchase-where Read More

Key Elements of a Democratic Government CBSE Class 6 Civics Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Introduction South Africa is a country of several races including black people who belong to South Africa, the whites who came there to settle, Indians who came as labourers and traders and so on. Earlier, the country was governed by Apartheid laws. Apartheid means separation on the basis of race. African people were divided into Read More

Diversity and Discrimination CBSE Class 6 Civics Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Difference and Prejudice A variety of things make us what we are- such as how we live, the languages we speak, what we eat, wear, the games we play and the things we celebrate are all influenced both by the geography and history of the place where we live. To get an idea about how Read More

Understanding Diversity CBSE Class 6 Civics Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Understanding Diversity If three children of the same age are asked to draw human figures, every drawing will be different from each other. This is because everyone has a unique drawing style. Children not only do not look exactly like each other but also differ in terms of the language they speak, their cultural backgrounds, Read More

Buildings, Paintings and Books Class 6 History Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Metallurgy Ancient Indian metallurgists made major contributions to the metallurgical history of the world. Archaeological excavations have shown that the Harappans were master craftsmen and had knowledge of copper metallurgy. They even manufactured bronze by mixing copper and tin. While the Harappans belonged to the Bronze Age, their successors belonged to the Iron Age. India produced highly advanced types of iron-forged iron, wrought Read More

New Empires and Kingdoms Class 6 History Notes | DailyHomeStudy

New Empires and Kingdoms Chapter 10 is about Prashastis, Samundragupta, Vikram Samvat, Harshavardhana and the Harshacharita, The Pallavas, Chalukyas and Pulakeshin’s prashasti.  How were these kingdoms formed?  Assemblies and ordinary people in these kingdoms are also covered in this lesson 10 New Empires and Kingdoms.  We have also included the question, answers with solution.  These notes are prepared Read More

Traders, Kings and Pilgrims Class 6 History Notes | DailyHomeStudy

How to find out about trade and tr ade and trade and traders The Northern Black Polished Ware pottery, especially bowls and plates, were found from several archaeological  sites throughout the subcontinent. Traders may have carried them from the places where they were made, to sell them at other places. South India was famous for gold, spices, especially pepper, and precious Read More

Vital Villages, Thriving Towns Class 6 History Notes | DailyHomeStudy

Iron tools and agriculture Things made of iron (and steel) are a part of our daily lives. The use of iron began in the subcontinent around 3000 years ago. The largest collections of iron tools and weapons were found in the megalithic burials, about which Around 2500 years ago, there is evidence for the growing use of iron tools. Read More

Ashoka, The Emperor who Gave up War Class 6 History Notes | DailyHomeStudy

A very big kingdom = an empire Introduction Ashoka was one of the greatest rulers known  to history and on his instructions inscriptions were inscribed on pillars, as well as on rock surfaces. His kingdom was called an empire 2. Paterliny Was Folowed The empire that Ashoka ruled was founded  by his grandfather, Chandragupta Maurya, more than 2300 years Read More

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