Describe the economic and social condition of north India during the medieval period.
The economic and social condition of north India during the medieval period are:
Economic condition – There was a great economic disparity among different social classes. The royal family, high officials and the traders were prosperous. The people living in villages were poor.
Social condition – The rigid caste system led to the division of Indian society. The king, the feudal lords and the brahmins in high positions, enjoyed a life of luxury. Land was cultivated mainly by shudras who were burdened by taxes and social discrimination. The condition of women was quite miserable.