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We have provided solutions and short introductions of all the chapters of SEBA Class 9 History (Social Science) for students studying under the Assam Board. However, these solutions are to be treated only as references and can be changed/modified according to needs. Click on the link mentioned under each chapter to get the answers to that chapter.

SEBA Class 9 History (Social Science) Chapter 1: Advent of the Europeans into India

The Portuguese were the pioneers in finding new routes. They being indomitable adventurer sailors started navigation in the unknown sea to discover a new sea route to India. The Portuguese sailor Bartolomeu Diaz could reach the Cape of Good Hope, situated at the southernmost corner of South Africa, in 1487 A.D. It was only after ten years that another sailor Vasco-da Gama, following Bartholomeu Diaz, arrived at Cali cut port in India in 1498 A.D. Thus the long-sought sea-route was discovered between India and western countries. This new communication ushered a new era not only in the history of India but of the whole world.

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SEBA Class 9 History (Social Science) Chapter 2: Growth of Indian Nationalism

The Mughal Empire started disintegrating after the death of Aurangzeb (1658-1709), Taking advantage of the situation the English East India Company started interfering in the politics of India and by a gradual process established their undisputed sway over the whole of India, Trade interests necessitated political control. Within a short span of time, the East India Company transformed itself from a mere trading body to a paramount political power. The defeat of Siraj-ud-daulah, the Nawab of Bengal in the battle of Plassey in 1757 marked the beginning of British political control over India, just hundred years later in 1857, the people of India rose in revolt against the British rule.

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SEBA Class 9 History (Social Science) Chapter 3: The Moamoriya Rebellion

The Moamoriya rebellion was a very important socio-economic and political episode in the history of Assam. The rebellion that began during the reign of Swargadeo Laksmi Singha continued to disturb the political and social life of Assam for a long time. Till the time of the Burmese invasion, this rebellion disrupted the reign of several Kings. It seems the word Moamoriya has originated from the word ‘Mayamara’. ‘Mayamara’ was the name of a Vaishnava Sattra. It was within the kaal Songhoti. Primarily the people belonging to the Moran tribe were the disciples of this Sattra.

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SEBA Class 9 History (Social Science) Chapter 4: Burmese Invasion of Assam

The people of Assam referred to the Burmese people as ‘Maan’ and the King of Burma as ‘Maan Raja’. The Burmese invasion of Assam constitutes an important phase in the history of Assam. The political condition that prevailed on the eve of the Burmese invasion is to be understood to know the circumstances which led to this invasion.

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SEBA Class 9 History (Social Science) Chapter 5: Beginning of the British Administration in Assam

The rise and fall of a dynasty or a kingdom isn’t a new phenomenon in history. Not a single dynasty that ruled for many centuries is hardly found in the pages of history. The Ahoms ruled in Assam from the early thirteen centuries to the early nineteenth century in Assam which is rare in history. Siu-ka-pha was the founder of the Ahom dynasty in Assam. The rule of the Ahom dynasty came to an end as a result of the Burmese invasion. Occupation of Assam by the Burmese dragged the British to Assam. Already the Burmese had occupied Arakan, Manipur and Cachar and finally, occupation of Assam was challenged by the British. Burmese penetration of Assam and the neighbouring states posed a threat to the British in the region. To check the Burmese for further aggression led to the Anglo-Burmese war of 1824-1826 AD.

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