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KPSC University Assistant Exam: Indian History Books to Study 

Indian history requires more thorough reading and preparation because it is one of the most significant subjects covered in the KPSC University Examination. Questions are asked about ancient, mediaeval, and contemporary Indian history. The advanced history books recommended for the KPSC University Examination are covered in this article.

India’s Ancient Past- R. S. Sharma

It is one of the most suggest books on India’s ancient history. It comprehensively covers India’s history from neolithic and chalcolithic times to the times of Harshavardhana. Reading this will assure good marks in both prelims and mains exam 

History of Medieval India- Satish Chandra

One of the most suggestive books on ancient India is this one. It covers all of India’s historical periods, including the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Harshavardhana eras. Reading this ensures success on both the prelims and main exams.

History of Modern India- Bipan Chandra

The history of the last 1000 years is comprehensively covered in this book. We can clearly see the empires that ruled various regions of the nation from the eighth to the eighteenth centuries thanks to this. It is one of the recommended books for both the KPSC exam and the UPSC examinations. This book maps the path of colonial India from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century. It also gives us a detailed overview of the factors that allowed British rulers to rule over India. 

Kerala PSC Bulletin- Diamond Jubilee Special Edition- Indian History

This book was published by Kerala PSC. This book extensively covers Indian history from Ancient to Modern. The book was written in Malayalam. It will be useful for those candidates who wish to write the KAS mains exam in Malayalam.  

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