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10th Indian Infantry Division - 1648 in India - 1818 in India - 1822 in India - 1853 in India - 1857 War of Independence in Murree - 1857 in India - 1861 in India - 1869 in India - 1870 in India - 1874 in India - 1875 in India - 1877 in India - 1885 in India - 1889 in India - 1905 in India - 1906 in India - 1907 in India - 1911 in India - 1919 in India - 1921 in India - 1922 in India - 1923 in India - 1924 Kohat riots - 1924 in India - 1925 in India - 1930 in India - 1931 in India - 1932 in India - 1934 in India - 1935 in India - 1936 in India - 1937 in India - 1938 in India - 1939 in India - 1940 in India - 1941 in India - 1942 in India - 1943 in India - 1944 in India - 1945 in India - 1946 Cabinet Mission to India - 1946 in India - 1947 in India - 1948 in India - 1949 in India - 1950 in India - 1951 in India - 1952 in India - 1953 in India - 1954 in India - 1955 in India - 1956 in India - 1957 in India - 1958 in India - 1959 in India - 1960 in India - 1961 in India - 1962 in India - 1963 in India - 1964 in India - 1965 in India - 1966 in India - 1967 in India - 1968 in India - 1969 in India - 1970 in India - 1971 in India - 1972 in India - 1973 in India - 1974 Indira-Sheikh accord - 1974 in India - 1975 in India - 1976 in India - 1977 in India - 1978 in India - 1979 in India - 1980 Bhagalpur blindings - 1980 in India - 1981 in India - 1982 in India - 1983 in India - 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots - 1984 in India - 1985 in India - 1986 in India - 1988 in India - 1989 in India - 1990 in India - 1991 in India - 1992 in India - 1993 Bombay bombings - 1993 Latur earthquake - 1993 in India - 1994 in India - 1995 in India - 1996 in India - 1997 in India - 1998 in India - 1999 in India -

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2000 in India - 2000s in India - 2001 in India - 2002 Gujarat violence - 2002 in India - 2003 in India - 2004 in India - 2005 in India - 2006 Varanasi bombings - 2006 in India - 2008 in India - 24 Parganas - 2nd Queen Victoria's Own Rajput Light Infantry -

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A Letter to a Hindu - A. N. Narasimhia - Abbas Tyabji - Abdullah Qutb Shah - Abhira Kingdom - Abirami Pattar - Abisares - Abu Baker - Abu'l-Fazl ibn Mubarak - Acharya Hemachandra - Achyuta Deva Raya - Acting Lance Daffadar - Adham Khan - Adi Shankara - Adil Shahi - Aditya I - Aditya Karikalan - Afzal Khan (general) - Afzal ad-Dawlah, Asaf Jah V - Agencies of British India - Agesiles - Aggrammes - Agnimitra - Agra Fort - Agriculture in ancient Tamil country - Ahilyabai Holkar - Ahirs - Ahmad Bahmani - Ahmad Shah Bahadur - Ahmad Shah I Wali - Ahmed Hussain, Nawab Sir Amin Jung Bahadur - Ahmed Shah of Gujarat - Ahmedabad Spinning and Weaving Company Limited - Ahmednagar State - Ahom - Ahom Dynasty - Ahom language - Ahom-Mughal conflicts - Ajanta Caves - Ajatashatru - Ajit Singh of Marwar - Akbar - Akbar Shah I - Akbar Shah II - Akbar the Great - Akhtar Hameed Khan - Akkadevi - Al-Hilal (newspaper) - Ala ud din Khilji - Ala ud din Masud - Alaler Gharer Dulal - Alamgir II - Alauddin Khilji - Alexander the Great - Ali Khan Asaf Jah II - Ali Raja - Alipore bomb case - Alirajpur - Alivardi Khan - Aliya Rama Raya - All India Muhammadan Educational Conference - All India States Peoples Conference - All India Students Federation - Allasani Peddana - Amber Fort - Ambika Chakrobarty - Amin ud-din Ahmad Khan - Amir Ali Khan - Amir Khan (Pindari) - Ananda Gotrika - Ananda Gotrikas - Anandapal - Anandapala - Anant Priolkar - Ancestry of Chandragupta Maurya - Ancient City of Vijayanagara - Ancient India - Ancient India and Central Asia - Ancient Indus Valley units of measurement - Ancient Tamil country - Ancient monuments in Ujjain - Ancient universities of India - Andhra Kingdom - Andhra dynasty - Anegondi - Anga - Anga Kingdom - Anglo gorkha and anglo sikh war (himachal) - Anglo-Maratha Wars - Anglo-Mysore Wars - Annie Besant - Anti-Hindi agitations - Anupa Kingdom - Anushilan Samiti - Arakkal Museum - Aram Shah - Aravidu dynasty - Archaeological Survey of India - Arcot Desai - Ardaseer Cursetjee - Ardhanagari - Argaon - Arikamedu - Arinjaya - Armoured Carrier Wheeled Indian Pattern - Army of India - Arthashastra - Arthur Llewellyn Basham - Aruvela Niyogi - Aryabhata - Aryacakravarti dynasty - Aryan Invasion Theory (history and controversies) - Aryavarta - Arzi Hukumat-e-Azad Hind - Asaf Ali - Asaf ad-Dawlah Mir Ali Salabat Jang - Asaf-Ud-Dowlah - Asaf-ud-Daula - Asatapala - Ashirbadi Lal Srivastava - Ashmaka - Ashoka Chakra - Ashoka the Great - Ashoka's Major Rock Edict - Ashta Pradhan - Asiatic Society of Bombay - Assaka - Assassination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi - Astadiggajas - Athgarh - Attingal - Audumbaras - Aurangzeb - Awadh - Ayilyam Thirunal of Travancore - Azad Hind Dal - Azad Hind Radio - Azad Hind stamps - Azam Jah - Azim-ush-Shan -

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B. A. Saletore - Baba Kanshi Ram - Babri Mosque - Babur - Baburnama - Badal Gupta - Badoli Temples - Bagh Caves - Bagha Jatin - Bahadur Shah I - Bahadur Shah II - Bahadur Shah of Gujarat - Bahadur Yar Jung - Bahlul Khan Lodhi - Bahmani Sultanate - Bairam Khan - Bairat - Baji Rao I - Balarama Varma - Baldeo Singh of Bharatpur - Ballal Sen - Ballal Sena - Balwant Singh of Bharatpur - Bamra - Bandel Church - Bandipur National Park - Bangalore Cantonment - Bangaru Thirumalai Nayak - Bangkok Conference - Bangla Congress - Banian Hospital - Barabati Fort - Bardoli Satyagraha - Barindra Kumar Ghosh - Barkat Ali Khan Mukarram Jah - Baro-Bhuyan - Baroda dynamite case - Basanta Kumar Biswas - Bashahr - Bashir Bagh Palace - Battle of Aliwal - Battle of Ally Ghur - Battle of Aong - Battle of Bhangani - Battle of Buxar - Battle of Chawinda - Battle of Chinhat - Battle of Colachel - Battle of Diu (1509) - Battle of Farrukhabad - Battle of Ferozeshah - Battle of Gujrat - Battle of Hyderabad - Battle of Imphal - Battle of Karnal - Battle of Laswari - Battle of Mahidpur - Battle of Mahidput - Battle of Mudki - Battle of Nadaun - Battle of Negapatam - Battle of Panipat (1526) - Battle of Panipat (1556) - Battle of Panipat (1761) - Battle of Plassey - Battle of Pollilur - Battle of Poona - Battle of Ramnagar - Battle of Saragarhi - Battle of Saraighat - Battle of Sobraon - Battle of Talikota - Battle of Tiger Hill - Battle of Tukaroi - Battle of Vasai - Battle of Wandiwash - Battle of the Hydaspes - Battles and operations of the Indian National Army - Batukeshwar Dutt - Baz Bahadur - Begum Hazrat Mahal - Begum Ra'ana Liaquat Ali Khan - Begum of Bhopal - Belapur Fort - Bengal Renaissance - Bengal Volunteers - Bengal famine of 1770 - Bengal famine of 1943 - Benoy Basu - Berar Subah - Bhadayasa - Bhagabhadra - Bhagan - Bhagat Pipa - Bhagatrav - Bhagwant Das - Bhajji (Princely state) - Bharat Dev Varma - Bharat Pratap Singh - Bharatchandra Ray - Bharatendu Harishchandra - Bhavabhushan Mitra - Bhogaraju Pattabhi Sitaramayya - Bhoja - Bhonsle - Bhopal (state) - Bhratadarman - Bhulabhai Desai - Bhumaka - Bhupendra Kumar Datta - Bhupinder Singh of Patiala - Bhuvaneshwar Prasad Sinha - Bhāskara II - Bibi Khem Kaur Dhillon - Bibi Mubarika Yusufzay - Bibi Rajindar Kaur - Bibi Sahib Kaur - Bihar Movement - Bihar and Orissa - Bijjala II - Bimbisara - Bina Das - Bindusara - Bindusara Amitraghata - Bipin Behari Ganguli - Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarman - Birbal Dhar - Birsa Munda - Bite the cartridge - Black and red ware culture - Board of Revenue - Bombay Engineer Group - Bombay Explosion (1944) - Bombay Mutiny - Bombay Presidency - Bombay Quadrangular - Bombay Riots - Bombay Talkies - Brahmic family of scripts - Brahmo - Brahmo Samaj - Brahmoism - Brajendranath De - Brhadrata - Brihatpalayana - Brijendra Singh of Bharatpur - British Ceylon - British Indian Army - British Raj - British rule in Himachal Pradesh - British-India Steam Navigation Company - Brāhmī script - Buddhist councils - Bukka - Bukka Raya II - Buland Darwaza - Bundela - Buranji -

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C. Sankaran Nair - C. Sivarama Murti - CP Tank - Calcutta Flag - Cannanore Cantonment - Cannanore Lighthouse - Cantonment - Carnatic Treaty - Carnatic Wars - Caucus Case - Cellular Jail - Cemetery H culture - Central Baptist Church (Delhi) - Central India Agency - Central India Horse - Centre of Indian Communists - Chach Nama - Chach of Alor - Chahar (Mongols) - Chahi-Taret Khuntakpa - Chakravatin - Chalukya dynasty - Chamaraja Wodeyar - Chambal Garden - Champakaraman Pillai - Champaner - Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park - Champaran and Kheda Satyagraha - Chanakya - Chand Bibi - Chand Kaur - Chand Kings - Chandan of Kamata - Chandbibi - Chandela - Chanderi fort - Chandragupta I - Chandragupta II - Chandragupta Maurya - Chandraketugarh - Chandravati - Chandulal Madhavlal Trivedi - Chanhudaro - Channar - Chapslee Estate - Charaideo - Charaka Samhita - Charbagh - Charlemagne to the Mughals - Charles Freer Andrews - Charles Ollivant - Charles Pratt Kennedy - Charyapada - Chattrapati Shahu - Chauhan - Chauri Chaura - Chavda Kingdom - Chera dynasty - Cheran (dynasty) - Cheran Chenkutuvan - Chetaka - Chhatar Singh - Chikka Veerarajendra - Chilarai - Child Labour Issues of Unilever in India - Chinas - Chinglen Nongdrenkhomba - Chipko movement - Chirakkal Raja - Chitrangada Mori - Chitsai - Chittagong armoury raid - Chittaranjan Das - Chittorgarh Fort - Choda - Chola Dynasty - Chola Kingdom - Chola incident - Chowdhury - Chowmahalla Palace - Chutiya Kingdom - Chutu - Cleophis - Colonial India - Communal Award - Congress Radio - Congress Socialist Party - Constituent Assembly of India - Controversies surrounding the Indian National Army - Copper-plate grant - Cripps' mission -

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Dada Dharmadhikari - Dadabhai Naoroji - Dadu Dayal - Dahyabhai Patel - Dakshinapatha - Dalpat Vilas - Danava dynasty - Danda Kingdom - Danish India - Danish Indian rupee - Danta, India - Dantidurga - Dara Shikoh - Dasaratha Maurya - Dasharupakam - Datar Kaur - Datia - David Oliver Allen - Dayabhaga - Dayanand Bandodkar - Debal - Debendra Prasad Ghosh - Deccan sultanates - Decline of Buddhism in India - Defence of India Act 1915 - Defence of India Regulations Act - Delhi Durbar - Delhi Emergency Committee - Delhi Sultanate - Desh Sevak Party - Desmukh - Deur Kothar - Deva Raya - Deva Raya II - Devavarman - Devkot - Dewas - Dhama - Dhar - Dhar (state) - Dharasana Satyagraha - Dharmaguptaka - Dhauli - Dheeran Chinnamalai - Dhenkanal District - Dholavira - Dholpur (princely state) - Dhoyin - Dhrangadhra - Dhruva Dharavarsha - Dhurjati - Dilawar Khan - Dina Wadia - Dindigul Fort - Dinesh Gupta - Dineshchandra Sircar - Diwan (title) - Diwan Mohanlal - Doctrine of lapse - Dominion of India - Dravida Kingdom - Duleep Singh of the Sikh Empire - Dulla Bhatti - Durbar (court) - Durgavati - Durrani Empire - Durvinita - Dutch India - Dynasties of ancient Kashmir -

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Early Cholas - Early Pandyan Government - Early Pandyan Kingdom - Early Pandyan Society - Early history of Himachal Pradesh - Economic history of India - Economy of British India - Economy of Rashtrakuta empire of Manyakheta - Economy of ancient Tamil country - Economy of the Kingdom of Mysore - Edicts of Ashoka - Edward Harrison (British administrator) - Edward Winter (British administrator) - Epic India - Ethelbert Blatter - Exalted Highness - Exotic tribes of ancient India -

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F Kikan - Faiz Ali Khan (Banganapalle) - Famine in India - Faridkot - Farrukhsiyar - Faruqi dynasty - Fateh Shah - Fath Jang Mir Osman Ali Khan Asif Jah VII - Fatima Jinnah - Fauj-i-Khas - Faujdar - Feroze Gandhi - First Anglo-Maratha War - First Anglo-Mysore War - First Anglo-Sikh War - First Battle of Anandpur - First Battle of Tarain - First Indian National Army - Firuz Shah Tughluq - Firuz Tughlaq - Flag Satyagraha - Fort Aguada (Bombay) - Fort Madhogarh - Fort St. George (India) - Fort William (India) - Forts in India - Forty-second amendment of the Indian Constitution - Fourteen Points of Jinnah - Fourth Anglo-Mysore War - Francis Xavier - Frederic Henry Gravely - Free India Society - Freedom fighters in Goa - Freedom struggle in Himachal Pradesh - French India - French Indian rupee -

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G. S. Gai - Gadani - Gaekwad - Gahadvala - Gakhars - Gandaraditya - Gandhara - Gandhara grave culture - Gandhi cap - Gandhi–Irwin Pact - Gandhāran Buddhist Texts - Ganesh Ghosh - Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi - Ganesh Vasudev Mavlankar - Ganga Dynasty - Ganga Singh of Bikaner - Garh Panchkot - Garhgaon - Garhwal Kingdom - Gattara - Gauhara Begum - Gaur, West Bengal - Gaurisiam - Gautamiputra Satakarni - Gawilghur - General Zorawar Singh - George Arundale - George Jivajirao Scindia of Gwalior - George Macartney, 1st Earl Macartney - George Pigot, 1st Baron Pigot - Gerasim Lebedev - Ghadar Party - Ghatotkacha (Gupta Ruler) - Ghiyas ud din Balban - Ghiyas-ud-Din Tughluq II - Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq - Ghulam Husain Tabatabai - Girdhar Pratap Singh - Girija Shankar Bajpai - Goa Inquisition - Goa Velha - Goa, Daman and Diu - Gobindapur, India - Gohad - Gohil - Gokula - Golani Family - Golden Age of India - Golkonda - Gomanta Kingdom - Gomastha - Gondalpara - Gopal Krishna Gokhale - Gopala (Pala king) - Gopala (ruler) - Gopalakrishna Bharathi - Gopinath Bordoloi - Gora and Badal - Govardhan (Mughal painter) - Government Museum - Government of India Act 1858 - Government of India Act 1909 - Government of India Act 1935 - Govind Ballabh Pant - Govinda II - Govinda III - Gowalia Tank - Great Calcutta killings - Great Hedge of India - Great Living Chola Temples - Greco-Buddhism - Greek conquests in India - Growth of Muslim Population in Medieval India - Gujarat Sabha - Gujarat Vidyapith - Gulab Singh of Jammu and Kashmir - Gulston Addison - Gundan Anivaritachari - Gupta Empire - Gwalior Fort - Gwalior State - Gāndhārī language -

H[edit]

Habshi - Hadi Rani - Hadice Hayriye Ayshe Dürrühsehvar - Haider Ali Kohari - Haihayas - Haji Hassan Khan - Hakim Ajmal Khan - Hakim Khan Sur - Haldighati - Hallur - Halmidi inscription - Hamir, Maharana of Mewar - Hammir Dev Chauhan - Hanwant Singh of Jodhpur - Harappa - Harappan architecture - Haribhai M. Patel - Haridasa Thakur - Harihara (poet) - Harihara I - Harihara II - Harihareshwara temple - Harishchandra - Harsha - Hasrat Mohani - Heinrich Zimmer - Henry Montgomery Lawrence - Heo Hwang-ok - Heraios - Hickey's Bengal Gazette - Hill States - Hindi-Urdu controversy of 1876 - Hindu law - Hindustan Socialist Republican Association - Hindustani Lal Sena - Historic figures of ancient India - Historical timeline of Ahmedabad - History of Ahmedabad - History of Assam - History of Bangalore - History of Bengal - History of Bihar - History of Buddhism in India - History of Chennai - History of Darjeeling Himalayan Railway - History of Delhi - History of Goa - History of Gujarat - History of Himachal Pradesh - History of Hindu-Christian Encounters - History of Hyderabad (India) - History of India - History of Jammu and Kashmir - History of Kerala - History of Kodagu - History of Kolkata - History of Ladakh - History of Mizoram - History of Mumbai - History of Pakistan - History of Patna - History of Pentecostalism in India - History of Rajasthan - History of Rajputs - History of Sikkim - History of South Asia - History of South India - History of Tamil Nadu - History of Thiruvananthapuram - History of Tripura - History of Uttar Pradesh - History of rail transport in India - History of sex in India - History of the British Raj - History of the Indian National Congress - History of the Indian Navy - History of the Indo-Greek Kingdom - History of the Punjab - History of the Republic of India - History of the Urdu language - Holkar - Home Rule Movement - Honourable East India Company - Hornby Vellard - Hoshang Shah of Malwa - Hoysala Empire - Hoysala architecture - Hridyanath Kunzru - Humayun - Humayun's Tomb - Huna (people) - Huvishka - Hyder Ali - Hyderabad House - Hyderabad State - Hyderabadi rupee -

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I Kikan - INA trials - Ibn Battuta - Ibn Battuta in Fainu - Ibrahim Adil Shah II - Ibrahim Bayu Malik - Ibrahim Lodhi - Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah Wali - Ibrahim Shah Suri - Ilamcetcenni - Ilbert Bill - Iltutmish - Imayavaramban Nedun-Cheralatan - Imperial Crown of India - In Search of the Cradle of Civilization - Independence Day (India) - India - India House - India Office - India in World War II - India's First War of Independence (term) - Indian Armed Forces - Indian Civil Service - Indian Famine Codes - Indian Forest Act, 1927 - Indian Independence Act 1947 - Indian Independence League - Indian Institute of Advanced Study - Indian National Army - Indian National Association - Indian National Congress - Indian National Congress (Socialist) - Indian National Council - Indian Opinion - Indian Political Service - Indian Rebellion of 1857 - Indian coinage - Indian independence movement - Indian maritime history - Indian mathematics - Indian pie - Indianisation - Indianized kingdom - Indika - Indo-Aryan migration - Indo-Aryans - Indo-Greek Kingdom - Indo-Iranians - Indo-Islamic architecture - Indo-Parthian Kingdom - Indo-Saracenic - Indo-Sassanid - Indo-Scythians - Indologist - Indomania - Indophobia - Indophobia/Archive 1 - Indra Bhattaraka - Indra Varma - Indraprastha - Indus Valley Civilization - Industry in ancient Tamil country - Influence of the Indus Valley civilization on Ancient Tamil Nadu - Inquilab Zindabad - Instrument of Accession (Jammu and Kashmir) - Integrated Guided Missile Development Program - International Seminars on Indo-Portuguese History - Invasion and occupation of the Andaman Islands during World War II - Iravikkutti Pillai - Iron Age India - Isa Khan Niyazi - Islamic empires in India - Ismail Adil Shah - Isrisingh -

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J. S. Wilson - Jacob Diamond - Jadi Rana - Jagaddipendra Narayan - Jagir - Jahandar Shah - Jahangir - Jai Singh II of Amber - Jaichand of Kannauj - Jaintia Kingdom - Jaipur - Jaisalmer - Jaisalmer Fort - Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji - Jalaluddin Mirza - Jallianwala Bagh massacre - Jam Sahib - James Grant Duff - Jamkhandi - Jamshedji Framji Madan - Jamsheed Quli Qutb Shah - Janapadas - Janata Party - Jaora - Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale - Jashwant Singh of Bharatpur - Jatavarman Sundara Pandyan - Jatindra Nath Das - Jawhar - Jayachamaraja Wodeyar Bahadur - Jayajirao Scindia - Jayapala - Jayasimha I - Jehan Ara Begum - Jetavana - Jewels of The Nizams - Jhalawar - Jhelum - Jijabai - Jim Corbett (hunter) - Jind Kaur - Jinnah House - Jivatram Kripalani - Jobat - Jodhabai - Jodhpur - Jogendra Nath Mandal - Jogesh Chandra Chatterjee - Jorasanko Thakur Bari - Jugantar - Juliana Dias da Costa - Junagadh - Junagarh Fort -

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Kachari Kingdom - Kachwaha - Kadamba - Kadamba Dynasty - Kadava - Kadungon - Kahlur - Kaiser-i-Hind - Kajangala - Kakatiya dynasty - Kakori conspiracy - Kakusthavarma - Kalabhras - Kalikata - Kalinga (India) - Kalinga Kingdom - Kalinga War - Kalinga under the Mauryan - Kalinjar - Kallanai - Kamarupa (History) - Kamata Kingdom - Kambaksh - Kamboja Dynasty of Bengal - Kamboja Kingdom - Kamboja colonists of Sri Lanka - Kamboja-Dvaravati Route - Kambojas and Cambodia - Kampilya - Kanchi Kingdom - Kangla Palace - Kangra-Lambagraon - Kanhad Dev - Kanhoji Angre - Kanhoji Jedhe - Kanishka - Kanishka II - Kanishka III - Kaniyur - Kannauj - Kanteerava Narasimharaja Wadiyar - Kanthaka - Kanva dynasty - Karamsad - Karan Singh - Karandev I - Kargil War - Karikala Chola - Karikala II - Karikala the Great - Karnata Kingdom - Karnataka Vikas Party - Kartar Singh - Kashmir Committee - Kashmir Smast - Kasi Kingdom - Kathasaritsagara - Kaurwaki - Kaushitaki Brahmana - Kayumars of Delhi - Kehri Singh of Bharatpur - Keladi Chennamma - Kempe Gowda I - Keonthal - Kerala Kingdom - Kerala Varma Valiya Koyithampuran - Kesari (newspaper) - Khalsa Tract Society - Khambhat - Khanted - Kharak Singh - Kharavela - Kharoṣṭhī - Khaḍga - Khedaval - Khemkaran - Khen dynasty - Khidr Khan - Khilji dynasty - Khokari Tombs - Khooni Darwaza - Khudiram Bose - Khusrau Mirza - Khwaja Ahsanullah - Khwaja Habibullah - Khwaja Salimullah - Kidarite Kingdom - Kikata Kingdom - Kilimanoor Raja Raja Varma Koithampuran - King Philoxenus - King Telephos - Kingdom of Cochin - Kingdom of Kashi - Kingdom of Mysore - Kirat Singh - Kirit Pradyot Deb Barman - Kirtivarman I - Kishan Singh of Bharatpur - Kishkindha Kingdom - Koch Bihar - Koch Hajo - Koch dynasty - Kochi Rajas - Kochrab Ashram - Koh-i-Noor - Koireng - Kolaba Fort - Konkana Kingdom - Kopperunchinga I - Kopperunchinga II - Kosala - Kosambi - Kot Bala - Kot Diji - Kota Rani of Kashmir - Kota Vamsa - Krishna I - Krishna Raja Sagara - Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV - Krishnadevaraya - Kuadam - Kubja Vishnuvardhana - Kuchesar - Kujula Kadphises - Kulasekhara - Kulothunga Chola I - Kulothunga Chola II - Kulothunga Chola III - Kulpahar - Kumaragupta I - Kumarpal - Kumbha, Maharana of Mewar - Kunala - Kuninda Kingdom - Kunjali Marakkar - Kunwar Singh - Kuru (kingdom) - Kurwai - Kushalgarh - Kushan Empire - Kutch kori - Kuwaiti chest -

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Labeinya Chandra - Lachit Borphukan - Ladli Begum - Lakhueen-jo-daro - Lakshman Sen - Lal Bagh - Lal Bal Pal - Lalit Mohan Jain - Lamayuru - Later Cholas - Lauhitya Kingdom - Legendary Kings of Magadha - Legendary early Chola kings - Liaquat Ali Khan - Licchavi - Linguistic history of India - List of Adil Shahi Emperors - List of Diwans of Mysore - List of India forts - List of Indian Princely States - List of Indian monarchs - List of Kolkata facts - List of Meitei kings - List of Mughal emperors - List of Tripuri Kings - List of Victoria Cross recipients by nationality - List of people on stamps of India - List of rulers of Malwa - List of rulers of Marwar - Location of the Kamboja Kingdom - Loharu - Longowal - Lothal - Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma - Lucknow Pact - Lunavada -

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Macca Masjid - Madan Lal Dhingra - Madan Mohan (Scouting) - Madan Mohan Malaviya - Madhava of Sangamagrama - Madhavrao I - Madhavrao I Scindia - Madhosingh I - Madras Presidency - Madras fanam - Madurai Sultanate - Magadha - Magadha Kingdom - Mahajanapadas - Mahanandin - Maharaja Bhim Singh Rana - Maharaja Chhatrasal - Maharaja Sri-Gupta - Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir - Maharaja of Mysore - Maharaja of Patiala - Maharana Udai Singh - Maharani Girraj Kaur - Maharani Kempa Nanjammani Vani Vilasa Sannidhana - Maharashtra Day - Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth - Mahbub Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VI - Mahendraditya - Mahendralal Sarkar - Mahendravarman I - Mahi Kantha Agency - Mahisha Kingdom - Mahmud Begada - Mai Sukhan - Main Central Road - Maintenance of Internal Security Act - Maitraka - Makhdoom Ali Mahimi - Makhdoom Mohiuddin - Makrai - Malava Kingdom - Maldeo Rathore of Marwar - Malerkotla - Malhar Rao Holkar - Malik Ambar - Malik Kafur - Malla (India) - Malla Kingdom - Mallikarjuna Raya - Mallu Adil Shah - Malpur - Malwa Agency - Manasara Silpa Sathram - Mandal Commission protests of 1990 - Mandla - Mandu - Mangal Das Pakvasa - Mangalore Ranga Pai - Mangammal - Mani Bhavan - Manibehn Patel - Manikya Dynasty - Manmath Nath Gupta - Mantri Ananda Shai - Mantriparishad - Manu Needhi Cholan - Manuel da Assumpção - Manyakheta - Maratha - Maratha Empire - Maratha clan system - Mari Kanive - Marine archaeology in the Gulf of Cambay - Marthanda Varma - Martial Race - Matangini Hazra - Maulana Mehmud Hasan - Maulavi Barkatullah - Maurya Empire - McMahon Line - Meenakshi (Nayak queen) - Megasthenes - Meluhha - Mesolithic in South Asia - Mewar - Mewar Residency - Michel Joachim Marie Raymond - Middle kingdoms of India - Military history of India - Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah, Asaf Jah III - Mir Jafar - Mir Laiq Ali - Mir Qasim - Mir Taher Ali Khan - Mir Turab Ali Khan, Salar Jung I - Mirabai - Mirat-ul-Akbar - Mirza Ghalib - Mirza Ghulam Moinuddin Muhammad, Javaid Jah Bahadur - Mirza Nali - Mirza Zafar - Mitakshara - Mitro Bahini - Mlechchha dynasty - Mohammed Ibrahim (13th Mughal emperor) - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi - Mohenjo-daro - Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya - Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms - Moplah Rebellion - Moropant Trimbak Pingle - Motilal Nehru - Mudha Mooppan - Mughal Empire - Mughal era - Mughal gardens - Mughal rule in Himachal Pradesh - Muhammad Ali Jinnah - Muhammad Azam Shah - Muhammad Beg Khan-e Rosebahani - Muhammad Iqbal - Muhammad Shafi - Muhammad Shah - Muhammad bin Tughluq - Muhammad of Ghor - Muhammed Abdul Ali - Muhyi ad-Din Muzaffar Jang Hidayat - Muiz ud din Bahram - Muiz ud din Qaiqabad - Mukhtar Ahmed Ansari - Mulamoottil Family - Mullah Do Piaza - Munshi - Murad Baksh - Mushika Kingdom - Muslim League Attack on Sikhs and Hindus in the Punjab 1947 - Muslim Nationalist Party - Muslim chronicles for Indian history - Muslim conquest in the Indian subcontinent - Muslim culture of Hyderabad - Musunuri Nayaks - Muzafar II - Muzaffarid dynasty - Mysore Palace - Mysore State -

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Nabha - Naga National Council - Nagabhata I - Nagabhata II - Nagod - Nahapana - Najimuddin Ali Khan - Nalagarh - Nalanda - Namgyal dynasty - Nana Fadnavis - Nana Sahib - Nanasaheb Peshwa - Nanda Dynasty - Nandgaon - Nandi Thimmana - Nandivarman II - Nara Narayan - Narahar Vishnu Gadgil - Narasimhavarman - Narasimhavarman I - Narayanrao Peshwa - Narendra Mohan Sen - Narwar fort - Nasikya Kingdom - Nasir Jang Mir Ahmad - Nasir ud din Mahmud - Nasir-ud-Din Qabacha - Nasir-ud-dawlah, Asaf Jah IV - Nathaniel Higginson - Nau Nihal Singh - Nav Nirman - Nawab Ali Quli Khan Bahadur - Nawab Daud Ali Khan Bahadur - Nawab Fazl Ali Khan III Bahadur - Nawab Husain Ali Khan Bahadur - Nawab Jaafar Ali Khan Bahadur - Nawab Mir Ghaziudin Khan Bahadur - Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan Bahadur - Nawab Muhammad Taqi Khan Bahadur - Nawab Sayyid Asad Ali Khan Bahadur - Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad Ali Khan I Bahadur - Nawab Sayyid Husain Ali II Khan Bahadur - Nawab of Banganapalle - Nawab of Bengal - Nawab of Bhopal - Nawab of Masulipatam - Nawab of the Carnatic - Nawabs of Bengal - Nawal Singh of Bharatpur - Nayak - Negationism in India - Concealing the Record of Islam - Nehru Report - Nellie massacre - Nicaea (Punjab) - Nikusiyar - Ningthou - Niranjan Sen Gupta - Nishada Kingdom - Nishadha - Nizam - Noakhali riot - Noel Swaranjit Sen - Non-cooperation movement - Noor Inayat Khan - North-East Frontier Agency - Northern Black Polished Ware - Northern Circars - Nālandā University -

O[edit]

Ochre Coloured Pottery culture - Odra Kingdom - Old Bombay - Onattukara - Ongar, Sindh - Operation Blue Star - Operation Polo - Operation U-Go - Orchha - Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII - Out of India theory -

P[edit]

Pacores - Padmanabhapuram - Padmanabhapuram Palace - Paigah - Painted Grey Ware culture - Pala Empire - Pala dynasty (Kamarupa) - Palanpur - Palden Thondup Namgyal - Paleolithic in South Asia - Pali - Palitana - Pallava - Pallava Dynasty - Palnadu - Panchala - Panchala Kingdom - Panchanan Chakraborty - Pandya Kingdom - Pandyan Kingdom - Panini (grammarian) - Panna Dai - Paramara - Parameshvara - Parameswaran II - Parantaka Chola II - Parantaka I - Parmara - Partab Singh of Kashmir - Partition of Bengal (1905) - Partition of Bengal (1947) - Partition of India - Parvatibai - Pasenadi - Pathari - Patiala and East Punjab States Union - Pattanam - Pauravas - Pauri (poetry) - Pazhaiyaarai - Pazhassi Raja - Peary Chand Mitra - Peddapuram Kings - Pemmasani Ramalinga Nayudu - Pericchedi - Permanent Settlement - Perumkadungo - Pherozeshah Mehta - Phuntsog Namgyal - Pilaji Rao Gaekwad - Pingali Suranna - Pir Muhammad - Pir Shah Jurio - Pitambar Charairongba - Political history of medieval Karnataka - Political integration of India - Polyxenios - Ponwar - Porbandar - Porowakara - Portuguese Indian escudo - Portuguese Indian rúpia - Porus - Post independence (himachal) - Postage stamps and postal history of India - Postage stamps and postal history of Portuguese India - Postage stamps and postal history of the Indian states - Prabhas Patan - Pradhan - Pradyota dynasty - Prafulla Chaki - Prajna Bhatta - Pratap Singh, Maharana of Mewar - Pratapsingh of Jaipur - Prehistory and protohistory of Himachal Pradesh - Presidencies of British India - Presidency City - Press Act - Prince Jagat Singh - Princess Manmati - Prithviraj III - Proposed Indian Round Table Conference 1922 - Provinces of India - Provisional Government of India - Pujya Mota - Pulakesi II - Puli Devar - Puli Thevar - Pundra Kingdom - Pundravardhana - Punjab Hill States agency - Punjab Legislative Assembly (British India) - Punjab insurgency - Punjab region - Purna Swaraj - Purushotthama - Pushkalavati - Pusyamitra Sunga -

Q[edit]

Qamar-ud-din Khan, Asaf Jah I - Qasim Razvi - Quit India Movement - Quit India speech - Qutb Shahi dynasty - Qutb complex - Qutb ud din Mubarak Shah - Qutb ud-Daula - Qutb-ud-din Aybak - Qutlugh Nigar Khanum -

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Rabindra Bharati University - Rabindranath Tagore - Radcliffe Line - Radhanpur - Rae Ahmed Nawaz Khan Kharal - Rafi Ud-Daulat - Rafi Ul-Darjat - Raghunathrao - Rai Dynasty - Raja Ballal Sena - Raja Bhimdev - Raja Raja Chola I - Raja Sukh Jivan - Rajadhiraja Chola - Rajaraja Narendra - Rajaram II of Satara - Rajatarangini - Rajbar - Rajbongshi - Rajendra Chola I - Rajendra Lahiri - Rajmala - Rajpipla - Rajput - Rajputs and invasions of India - Ralph Fitch - Ram Bagh - Ram Mohan Roy - Ram Singh of Bharatpur - Ramachandra Raya - Ramagupta - Ramarajabhushanudu - Ramgarh, Jharkhand - Ramprasad Bismil - Rampur, Uttar Pradesh - Rana (title) - Rana Arvind Singh - Rana Bhagwant Singh - Rana Nihal Singh - Rana Pohap Singh - Rana Ram Singh - Rana Sanga - Rana Udaybhanu Singh - Ranbir Singh - Randhir Singh of Bharatpur - Rango Narayan Orpe - Rangpur, India - Rani Avantibai - Rani Durgawati - Rani Lakshmibai - Rani Rudrama Devi - Rani Suhanadi - Rani of Jhansi Regiment - Ranjit Singh - Ranjit Singh of Bharatpur - Ranjitram Mehta - Rao Ajay - Rao Doohad - Rao Poonja - Rao Sonag - Rasavātam - Rashtrakuta Dynasty - Rashtrawadi Kisan Sanghatan - Ratan Singh of Bharatpur - Ratiratna Pradipika - Ratlam - Ratnagiri Hindu Sabha - Ravi Shankar Vyas - Rawal Ratan Singh - Rawat Rajputs - Razakars (Hyderabad) - Razia Sultana - References of Pragjyotisha in Mahabharata - Rehman Dheri - Religion in ancient Tamil country - Reshmi Rumal Movement - Residencies of British India - Rever dynasty - Revolt of 1857 (himachal) - Revolutionary movement for Indian independence - Rewa, India - Rojdi - Rowlatt Act - Rowlatt Committee - Rukn ud din Firuz - Ryotwari -

S[edit]

S. Srinivasa Iyengar - Saadat Khan of Awadh - Saamoothiri - Sabarna Roy Choudhury - Sabhā - Sachin (princely state) - Sachindra Nath Sanyal - Sadaf Manzil - Sadashivrao Bhau - Sadasiva Raya - Sadras - Safdarjung - Sahaj Ram Sapru - Saifuddin Kitchlew - Sailana - Sakthan Thampuran - Salankayana - Salar Jung family - Salisuka - Salt Satyagraha - Samaldas Gandhi - Samarangana Sutradhara - Sambad Prabhakar - Samjai Khurai-Lakpa - Samprati - Samraat - Samrat Hem Chandra Vikramaditya - Samudragupta - Sandur, Karnataka - Sangama Dynasty - Sangbad Prabhakar - Sanjay Gandhi - Sanjay Kumar (soldier) - Sankagiri - Sannyasi Rebellion - Sansar Chand of Kangra - Santhal rebellion - Sapadbizes - Sarasvati River - Saraswata Kingdom - Sarat Chandra Bose - Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel - Sardul Singh Caveeshar - Sarojini Naidu - Satadhanvan - Satavahana - Satish Chandra Mukherjee - Satyagraha - Satyananda Stokes - Satyaputra - Satyaputra Kingdom - Savitribai Phule - Sawan Mal - Sayyid Husain Ali Khan Bahadur - Sayyid Muhammad Jaunpuri - Sayyid dynasty - Scientific Society of Aligarh - Scindia Family of India - Scindia family - Sculpture in India - Second Anglo-Maratha War - Second Anglo-Mysore War - Second Anglo-Sikh War - Second Battle of Anandpur - Second Battle of Tarain - Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code - Sembiyankandiyur - Sena dynasty - Senapati Mahal - Senguttuvan - Sepoy - Serampore College - Serfoji II - Servants of India Society - Shah Alam II - Shah Jahan - Shah Jahan III - Shahi - Shahid Ashfaqallah Khan - Shahzada Muhammad Khair ud-din Mirza, Khurshid Jah Bahadur - Shahzadi - Shaka I - Shakya - Shanti Sena - Shashanka - Sheikhan - Shekha of Amarsar - Sher Shah Suri - Sher Singh - Sheshadri Aiyar - Shishunaga - Shishunaga dynasty - Shivaji - Shivaji II of Thanjavur - Shivappa Nayaka - Shortugai - Shreekrishna Kirtana - Shuja-ud-Daula - Shyam Sundar Chakravarthy - Siddartha of Kundgraam - Siege of Cawnpore - Siege of Delhi - Siege of Lucknow - Siege of Malakand - Siege of Multan - Sikandar Bagh - Sikandar Lodhi - Sikandra Bagh - Sikh Confederacy - Sikh Empire - Silhara dynasty - Simhavishnu - Simon Commission - Sind Division - Sindi (people) - Singhan - Sinhala Kingdom - Sino-Indian War - Sir Thomas Theophilus Metcalfe, 4th Baronet - Sir William Langhorne, 1st Baronet - Siraj ud-Daulah - Sirmur - Sirohi - Sisodia - Sitamau - Sittanavasal - Sivagamiyin sabadham - Skandagupta - Smiling Buddha - Sokhta Koh - Solanki - Sonita Kingdom - Sonthal rebellion - Sources of ancient Tamil history - South Asia earthquakes list - South Asian Stone Age - Soyarabai - Special Bureau for India - Sravasti - Srikantha Datta Narasimharaja Wodeyar - Srinivasa Ramanujan - Srirangapatna - St. Francis Church, Cochin - Stanley Henry Prater - Star of India (flag) - State of Emergency in India - Streynsham Master - Subahdar - Subaltern Studies - Subdivisions of British India - Subhan Bakhsh - Subhan Quli Qutb Shah - Subheswar Singh of Darbhanga - Sudra Kingdom - Suhma Kingdom - Sukaphaa - Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah - Sultan Quli Qutb Mulk - Sunenphaa - Sunga Dynasty - Sunga Empire - Surasena - Surasena Kingdom - Surendranath Banerjea - Suri dynasty - Surkotada - Surparaka Kingdom - Surya Sen - Sutanuti - Sutkagan Dor - Swadeshamitran - Swadeshi movement - Swaraj Party - Swathi Thirunal Rama Varma - Syed Ahmad Shaheed - Syed Ahmed Khan -

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Tagadur Erinda Perumcheral - Tailapa III - Taj Mahal - Takshashila University - Takshashila centre of learning - Taluqdar - Tamil copper-plate inscriptions - Tana and Riri - Tanks of Bombay - Tantya Tope - Tarabai - Taragarh Fort - Tardi Beg - Tashi Namgyal - Tashkent Declaration - Taxila - Tebhaga movement - Telangana Rebellion - Telinga Kingdom - Tenali Ramakrishna - Tensung Namgyal - Teotonio R de Souza - Thai-Bharat Cultural Lodge - Thar and Parkar - Tharisapalli plates - The Bharat Scouts and Guides - The Discovery of India - The Emergency (India) - The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians. The Muhammadan Period - The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India - The Maharashtra floods of 2005 - The Story of Islamic Imperialism in India - The great Karnataka Expansion - Theory and Practice of Muslim State in India - Third Anglo-Maratha War - Third Anglo-Mysore War - Thirumalai Nayak - Thuggee - Timeline of Assam history - Timeline of Indian history - Timeline of Mumbai events - Tippu Sultan - Tipu's Tiger - Tiruppur Kumaran - Titumir - Tokyo Boys - Tokyo Conference - Tol - Tomar nee Attrish - Tonk, India - Travancore - Travancore rupee - Travancore-Cochin - Treaty of Amritsar - Treaty of Salbai - Treaty of Titalia - Trigarta Kingdom - Tripura Sundari Ammani - Tulu Kingdom - Tuluva Dynasty - Tuzk-e-Jahangiri - Two-Nation Theory -

U[edit]

Udvada - Ujjayanta Palace - Ullaskar Dutta - Union Territory of Goa, Daman, and Diu - Unionist Muslim League - United Patriotic Association - Urdu Defence Association - Ustad Mansur - Uththama Chola - Utkala Kingdom - Uttara Madra Kingdom - Uttarapatha -

V[edit]

V. K. Krishna Menon - V.P. Deenadayalu Naidu - Vaghela - Vaghela dynasty - Vaikom Satyagraham - Vajji - Vakataka - Valangiman Sankaranarayana Srinivasa Sastri - Vallabhi - Vanara Sena - Vanchi Muthur - Vanga Kingdom - Vanraj Chavda - Varman dynasty - Vashishka - Vasudeo Balwant Phadke - Vasudeva I - Vasudeva II - Vasudeva Kanva - Vasumitra - Vatsa - Vatsa Kingdom - Vatsaraja - Vattakottai Fort - Vedic period - Veera Ballala - Veera Vijaya Bukka Raya - Venad - Venkatadri Naidu - Veth - Vidarbha Kingdom - Vidyaranya - Vijay Diwas - Vijayaditya - Vijayalaya Chola - Vijayanagara - Vijayanagara Empire - Vijayaraje Scindia - Vikramaditya II - Vikramaditya V - Vikramaśīla University - Vikramāditya - Vima Kadphises - Vima Takto - Vinayaditya - Virata Kingdom - Virupaksha Raya - Virupaksha Raya II - Vishnugupta (Gupta Empire) - Vishnukundina - Vishnuvardhana - Vishnuvardhana II - Vishtaspa - Vithalbhai Patel - Vivian Bose -

W[edit]

W. C. Hopkinson - Wagon tragedy - Walter Samuel Millard - War of 27 years - Western Chalukya Empire - Western Chalukya architecture - Western Ganga Dynasty - Western Satraps - William Fraser (British administrator) - William Gyfford - Wodeyar - Workers and Peasants Party -

X[edit]

XXXIV Corps (India) - Xuanzang -

Y[edit]

Yadav - Yadava Dynasty - Yajna Sri Satakarni - Yanaikat-sey Mantaran Cheral - Yasodharman - Yaudheya - Yesubai - Yog Joy - Young Bengal - Yuezhi - Yusuf Adil Shah - Yuvaraja -

Z[edit]

Zain-ul-Abidin - Zamindar - Zamorin -

`[edit]

`Abd al-Qadir Bada'uni -

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