NCERT Solutions of History - Class 9th

NCERT Solutions of History - Class 9th (Social Science) India and the Contemporary World I - Free PDF Download

History in Class 9th shows the relation of India's past with the history of the world. This helps us to understand the happenings in India clearly. Textbook of History Class 9th mainly deals with the revolutions and political ideology, daily lives of people such as their economic activities and livelihood patterns. All the answers of India and the Contemporary World I Textbook are provided below in a list. You can download the NCERT Solutions of History Class 9th in PDF so you can easily find the solutions. Detailed NCERT Solutions will help you in clearing the concepts. Browse through the chapter and select your desired chapter.


History helps us to understand how present has evolved from centuries of development. The first unit of the chapter deals with the famous revolutions such as French and Russian Revolutions that generated new political ideology. The third chapter talks about the circumstances which led to rising of Hitler in Germany and Nazi ideology.

The second unit of the chapter discusses the daily lives of the people. It deals with the forest people, pastoralists and peasants; and how they have coped with and defined the nature of these changes.

Chapter 1 - French Revolution

The chapter has total six questions. Question number 3, 4 and 5 are HOTS while 1, 2 and 3 are short answer questions. Two activities are also given. First is writing a biography on any of the revolutionary figures given in the chapter. The second is a group activity in which each group has to produce a wallpaper on the French Revolution.

Chapter 2 - Socialism in Europe and Russian Revolution

The chapter contains six questions. Question number 2 and 4 are HOTS questions while 1, 3 and 5 are short answer questions. In question number 6, you have to write short notes on five different topics. Three activities are given. In the first activity, you have to write a speech as a striking worker in 1905 who is being tried in court for the act of rebellion defending yourself. The second activity is about writing news article about the uprising of 24 October 1917. The Third activity is writing a letter by imagining yourself as a middle-level wheat farmer in Russia after collectivisation.

Chapter 3 - Nazism and the Rise of Hitler

The chapter contains six questions. Question number 5 is HOTS while all other short or long answers. The chapter has two activities. In the first activity, you have to write a one-page history of Germany as a schoolchild in Nazi Germany, as a Jewish survivor of a concentration camp, as a political opponent of the Nazi regime. In the second activity, you have to imagine yourself as Helmuth and have to write a paragraph to your father stating your opinion that Jews are not bad.

Chapter 4 - Forest Society and Colonialism

The chapter has total four questions. In the first question, you have to describe how the changes in forest management in the colonial period affected the various types of people as stated. In the third question, you have to discuss the role of the factors which were given that led to decline in the forest cover in the Indian subcontinent between 1880 and 1920. Question number 2 and 4 are short answer questions. There are two activities also given. In the first activity, you have to state the changes in the forest areas where you live and the reason behind this. In the second activity, you have to write a dialogue between a colonial forester and an adivasi discussing the issue of hunting in the forest.

Chapter 5 - Pastoralists in the Modern World

There are total four questions. In the second question, you have to explain how the law made by colonial government in India changed the lives of pastoralists. Question number 1 and 3 are short answer questions while question number is HOTS. There are total three activities given in the chapter. In the first question, you have to imagine yourself as a 60-year-old Raika herder living in post-Independence India and telling your grand-daughter about the changes which have taken place in your lifestyle after Independence. In the second question, you have to write a magazine article about the life and customs of the Maasai in pre-colonial Africa. In the third activity, you have to collect information about the some of the pastoral communities marked in Figs. 11 and 13 of the chapter.

Chapter 6 - Peasants and Farmers

There are total nine questions and two activities. All questions are easy and short answer type. In the first activity, you have to draw a timeline from 1650 to1930 showing the significant agricultural changes. The second activity is about the filling the table with the events outlined in the chapter.

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