According to historian Jerry Dupont, Cornwallis was responsible for "laying the foundation for British rule throughout India and setting standards for the services, courts, and revenue collection that remained remarkably unaltered almost to the end of the British era." He was raised to the title of Marquess Cornwallis in 1792 as recognition for his performance in the Third Anglo-Mysore War, in which he extracted significant concessions from the Mysorean ruler, Tipu Sultan. He returned
EUROPE ENCOUNTERS AFRICA AND THE AMERICAS, 1450 – 1550: 1. European - peasants, agricultural society, church was very important in their belief system, pagan-monotheistic hierarchy, patriarchal society, and urbanized. West African - trade slaves, spoke many languages, family clan system, worshiped spirits and Allah. Native American – nomadic, pantheistic, feudal system All – had belief systems and had agriculture 2. Portugal and Spain had encomienda, forced Native Americans to work the lands so that they could send out their crops to Europe, brought diseases with them which altered environment, came up with the Columbian Exchange.
2.1 Tectonic History and Regional Tectonics of the study area: The Himalayas were resulted during collision of the Indian and Eurasian plates in middle to late Eocene age (Stoneley 1974,). The Eurasian plate was 1comprised of three broad geological territories, which from north to south are the Laurasian, Tethyan and Gondwanian domains. During late Paleozoic, all these domains were part of the super continental mass called as Pangea, that were surrounded by a universal ocean called as Panthalassa. A part of Panthalassa Ocean called as Tethys Ocean was located between northern and southern parts of the Pangea. Laurasia and Gondwanaland were formed by the splitting of Pangea (Fig 2.1) in late Triassic.
In 1701 Jethro Tull’s used drill ways of sowing seed in rows, in the place of broadcasting. The industrial revolution changed the whole pattern of agriculture. This phase is also known as agriculture revolution in the modern world. Technology is the main driving force for this revolution. II.
The state is divided into two broad division viz. the hills and the valley. The valley lies in the central part of the state and surrounded by the hills on all side. Manipur had been a union Territory from 1956 and became a full-fledged state from 1972. Manipur language was recognised as a national language in 1992.
1.5 OVERVIEW OF THESIS:- The first chapter describes introduction and the problem statement. The second chapter on literature survey deals with various contribution on Existing method of the fertilizer splashing machine using the centrifugal force with the rotating disc. The third chapter is on the basis of project the fertilizer machine The fourth chapter includes conclusion of project, future work and future scope. Sankalchand Patel college of engineering , visnagar . Design and fabrication of fertilizer splashing machine Page 10 CHAPTER:- 2 LITTERATURE REVIEW Agriculture will remain the major source of incomes for most countries of the third world.
Assam is home to the country’s best variants in teas exported all across the globe. Assam is known for the Kaziranga National Park that conserves the endangered Indian one- horned rhinoceros and the Muga, golden silk which is the only produced in the state. Assam also has rich deposits of petroleum, minerals, coal, limestone, iron and natural gas. Assam was ruled by two dynasties, the Tibeto- Burmese’s Koch and the Tai dynasty’s Ahom. Interestingly, when the Indian subcontinent was dominated by several Western powers in the medieval times, Assam was never ruled by until the British entered.
Its northern and northeastern border of the Tibet Autonomous Region and Yunnan Province with the Sino-Burmese border totals 2,185 km (1,358 miles). It borders with Laos and Thailand to the southeast. Burma has 1,930 km (1200 miles) of adjacent shores along the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea to the southwest and south, which forms a quarter of its total perimeter. To the north, the Hengduan Mountains form the border with China. Hkakabo Razi, located in the state of Kachin, at an altitude of 5881 meters (19,295 feet), is the highest point of Myanmar.
The state of Nagaland covers an area of about 16,579 sq.kms lying between 25.6 degree and 27.4 degree north of equator and between 93.20 degree and 95.13 degree east. It is bounded on the west by the planes of Assam, on the north by Arunachal Pradesh, on the south by Manipur and on the east the state has an international frontier with Myanmar (Burma). The Nagas have folklore and legends regarding their origin like other tribal inhabitant of the North-East India. Nagaland has a total population of 19, 80,602, comprising of 10, 25,707 males and 9, 54,895 females. On 1st December 1963, Nagaland was formally became the state of Indian and Kohima as its capital (Sajnani, 2001:253).