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Print Culture and the Modern World – Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi (Part 7)

Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 7 – Religious reforms and public debates
Print Culture and the Modern World – Part 7 | Class 10 History chapter 5. For Complete Notes, Question Answers see
Early 19th century is seen as the beginning of various debates and religious issues. Different groups began confronting about the changes that were taking place in society during the colonial period. People began criticizing the existing practices and started campaigning against them. Whereas there were some who were against the reformers. Print helped in sharing their thoughts and ideas with the public. A wider public could now participate in these public discussions and express their views through the print technology.
This time period was of intense controversies. People began to challenge Hindu orthodoxy related with widow immolation, monotheism, Brahmanical priesthood and idolatry. In Bengal various newspapers began with circulating various types of arguments. To reach a wider audience, the thoughts and ideas of reformers were printed in everyday language. Rammohan Roy began publishing the Sambad kaumudi from 1821 on the other side Samachar Chandrika was published by Hindu orthodoxy to oppose his opinions. Later on two Persian newspapers were published named Jam-I Jahan Nama and Shamsul Akhbar. Even a Gujarati newspaper, the Bombay Samachar made its appearance in the same year.

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History Chapter 5 Part 1

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See part 3 The Print Revolution and Its Impact

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Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 5 – The Nineteenth Century

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 6 – India and the world of print

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 7 – Religious reforms and public debates

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Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 9 – Print and censorship

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Print Culture and the Modern World – Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi (Part 8)

Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 8 – New Forms of Publication
Print Culture and the Modern World – Part 8 | Class 10 History chapter 5. For Complete Notes, Question Answers see
Printing created a base for new kinds of writing. As the number of readers was increasing day by day, they started expecting something which could reflect their daily lives, experiences, emotions etc. Well this need was facilitated by the novel, a literary firm in Europe. It soon acquired as per the Indian form and style. This introduced Indian readers with a world of experiences and diversity of human lives.
Very soon some new forms of literature entered into the world of reading such as lyrics, short stories, essays related to social and political matters. All such literary content laid its emphasis on human lives.
By the end of the nineteenth century, a new change was seen that was production of images. With the setting up of large number of printing presses in India creating a multiple copies of visual images became easy. Raja Ravi Varma one of the famous Indian painters began producing his images for mass circulation. Even poor wood engravers began setting up shops near the letterpresses. They were then employed by the print shops. The cheap prints and calendars were even bought by the poor to decorate the walls of their houses. These prints later on began to shape the popular ideas about modernity and tradition.

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History Chapter 5 Part 1

Class 10 History Chapter 5 Print Culture and the Modern World Part 2

See part 3 The Print Revolution and Its Impact

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Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 5 – The Nineteenth Century

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 6 – India and the world of print

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 7 – Religious reforms and public debates

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 8 – New Forms of Publication

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 9 – Print and censorship

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Print Culture and the Modern World (Censorship) Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi (Part 9)

Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 9 – Print and censorship
Print Culture and the Modern World – Part 9 | Class 10 History chapter 5. For Complete Notes, Question Answers see
In the 1820s, the Calcutta Supreme court passed some regulations which directed the Company to control the freedom of the press. Only those newspapers were supported by the Company that favored the British rule. But in 1835, Governor General William Bentinck had to revise press laws due to the petitions filed by various English and Vernacular newspapers. Thomas Maculay also laid some new rules in order to restore back the earlier freedom of press.
The revolt of 1857 changed the whole scenario. Colonial government began to control all the vernacular press. In 1878, Vernacular press Act was passed in order to control all the content being published by these presses. From now onwards the government began to keep regular watch on what was being published. If a press was found guilty, it was warned and if it did not comply with the warning then the press was seized and machinery was confiscated.

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History Chapter 5 Part 1

Class 10 History Chapter 5 Print Culture and the Modern World Part 2

See part 3 The Print Revolution and Its Impact

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Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 5 – The Nineteenth Century

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 6 – India and the world of print

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 7 – Religious reforms and public debates

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 8 – New Forms of Publication

Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 9 – Print and censorship

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Class 10 History Chapter 5 Print Culture and the Modern World Part 5 – The Nineteenth Century

Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 5 – The Nineteenth Century

Print Culture and the Modern World – Part 5 | Class 10 History chapter 5. For Complete Notes, Question Answers see

During the 19th century, primary education became compulsory. Now a new set of readers, the children became an important category. Publishing industries started printing textbooks for them, later on children’s press was set up in France in 1857. This press published books fairy and folk tales for children. Grimm Brothers in Germany also collected various folk tales from peasants and compiled them into a book. During those days it was necessary to remove all objectionable content from the book which was not suitable for kids or elites. So, we can say that print began to record old tales and also began to change them a bit.
Later on women also became important readers. Penny Books were published especially for them. Soon manuals on proper behavior and housekeeping began to be printed for them. When novels began to be written in the nineteenth century, women were one of the important readers. Later on many women writers such as Jane Austen, Bronte Sisters, George Eliot etc became famous with their writings and defined women as strong person who had determination and the power to think.

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History Chapter 5 Part 1

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Print Culture and the Modern World (Reading Mania) Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi (Part 4)

Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 4 – The Reading Mania
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The Reading Mania
During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the literacy rate went up in most parts of Europe. It was so because the Churches had begun to set up schools in villages which helped in imparting education to peasants and artisans. This led to an increase in the literacy rates in Europe which one could easily sense with the figures that during the eighteenth century, the literacy rates were between 60 to 80 percent. As more and more people were getting educated this led to the emergence of a new mania known as reading mania among the people.
As people wanted to read more and more so the publishers started printing books of various types in order to target new audiences. Booksellers use employ pedlars who would take books to various villages and sell them. They also started producing ritual calendars along with ballads and folktales. In England penny chapbooks were sold by the Chapmen for a penny. Similarly Biliotheque Bleue a small low priced book printed on poor quality paper began to be sold in France. There were a number of books which were being published in various sizes and with various purposes such as books on romances and histories to serve the purpose of the reader.
Soon the printing of newspapers and journals began that carry news of wars and trade and other developments too.

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History Chapter 5 Part 1

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi (Part 3)

Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 in Hindi. Part 3 – The Print Revolution and its impact
Print Culture and the Modern World – Part 3 | Class 10 History chapter 5. For Complete Notes, Question Answers see

The Print Revolution and Its Impact
When we talk about print revolution, it doesn’t mean that we are talking about a new technique or the increase in the production of books. Here we talk about the impact of print revolution on the lives of people and how it changed and influenced the perception of people. To understand this, let’s have a look at this.

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History Chapter 5 Part 1

Class 10 History Chapter 5 Print Culture and the Modern World Part 2

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Print Culture and the Modern World Class 10 History chapter 5 Part 1

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When we talk about the earliest kind of printing technology, this idea takes us to China, Japan and Korea, which were the places of origin of printing technology.
From AD 594, The printing of books began in China. The technique of rubbing paper was used to print the books. Later on inked surface woodblocks came into use. As it was difficult to print both sides of a sheet during those days, therefore, the traditional Chinese ‘accordion book’ was folded and stitched at the side. The other way of writing books was to duplicate the matter with great accuracy, which was done by the calligraphers. Superbly skilled craftsmen could duplicate, with remarkable accuracy, the beauty of calligraphy.

An increase in the number of printed books was seen during the sixteenth century.

So, now we know how printing began in China but now we will talk about Japan

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The Age of Industrialization Class 10 History Notes of Chapter 4 part 1

The Age of Industrialization Class 10 History Notes of Chapter 4 part 1 Explanation in English and Hindi. CBSE Class 10 Social Science History Chapter 4 video explanation of the lesson. NCER Class 10 Lesson explanation – covering before the Industrial Revolution

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CS601 Assignment No 2 Solution Explanation | Fall 2019 | Data Communication

CS601 Assignment No 2 Solution Explanation | Fall 2019 | Data Communication

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In CS601 ASSIGNMENT NO 2 SOLUTION FALL 2019 explanation video you will learn about
Differential Manchester encoding
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