5 edition of great uprising, India, 1857 found in the catalog.
great uprising, India, 1857
Pramod K. Nayar
Includes bibliographical references (p. -271) and index.
|Statement||Pramod K. Nayar.|
|LC Classifications||DS478 .N39 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||2007389876|
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The author of this Book Vishnu Dutt Godse is a Brahmin from Pune who was travelling round the country. On the way, he visited Jhansi during the period of Mutiny, first war of independence of India from British Rule The preparation of war had started.
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The mutiny and great revolt of –59 When soldiers of the Bengal army mutinied in Meerut ontension had been growing for some time.
The immediate cause of military disaffection was the deployment of the new breech-loading Enfield rifle, the cartridge of which was purportedly greased with pork and beef fat. The great uprising in India, untold stories, Indian and British This edition published in by Viva Books in New : In The Campaign in India, c.
by Captain G.F. Atkinson of the Bengal Engineers, readers are prompted to believe that the British were the victims in the Uprising ofand that the Indians were “constantly excited and intoxicated by drugs”, attacking and disrespecting their superiors.
The Great Rebellion of in India was much more than a ‘sepoy mutiny’. It was a major event in South Asian and British colonial history that significantly challenged imperialism in India.
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Book Description: The events of the uprising in India as seen through the eyes of British and Indian eye-witnesses. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: 1 map ; 21 cm: Contents: Chronology: India --Prologue: Raj --The gathering storm --The summer of discontent --The retreat of the native --The Raj rises again --The fiction of --British India, a sibility.
The Indian Rebellion of was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India in against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British r 1: Indian Rebellion of Chapter 2: Company rule in India Development Guideline of Company rule Income.
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For the past years most aspects of the Uprising have been subjected to intense scrutiny by historians, yet the nature of the outbreak itself remains obscure. Until recently I had never heard of the Great Mutiny, till surfing the web one night I came across a reference to it.
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This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). The Indian Rebellion of was a rebellion in India against the rule of the British East India Company, that ran from May to July The rebellion began as a mutiny of sepoys of the East India Company's army on 10 Mayin the cantonment of the.
The Revolt of exposed the danger involved in allowing a commercial organisation to rule over a country. Thus British government passed Government of India Act on August 2,according to which the power that the company enjoyed was snatched and a direct rule was established.
The British government was now established. British History in depth: British India and the 'Great Rebellion' In a large part of the Indian army rebelled against the British authorities; the ensuing bloodshed sent shockwaves throughout. 'By far the best single-volume description of the mutiny yet written' - Economist A beautifully written and meticulously researched narrative history of the great Indian uprising of by one of our most acclaimed living historians.
First published in and re-issued with a handsome new cover for the paperback edition. Gautam Chakravarty demonstrates conclusively that the policies of the East India Company were responsible for the great revolt of He quotes Colonel George Bruce Malleson, who wrote a slim book on the mutiny of the Bengal army in squarely blaming the Company and described Lord Dalhousie as “the real author of the mutiny”.
Christopher Hibbert - The Great Mutiny: India Having recently read William Dalrymple's history of the East India Company, The Anarchy, I was drawn back to the subject of the Great Indian Uprising of It was this rising which was the final nail in the coffin of the East India Company and indeed transformed British rule in India.
Download The Great Rebellion full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. The Great Rebellion full free pdf books. About The Book The Indian Uprising of had a profound impact on the colonial psyche, and its spectre haunted the British until the very last days of the Raj.
For the past years most aspects of the Uprising have been subjected to intense scrutiny by historians, yet the nature of the outbreak itself remains obscure.
What was the extent of the conspiracies and plotting. The Indian Rebellion of is also called the Indian Mutiny, the Sepoy Mutiny, India's First War of Independence or India's first struggle for began on 10 May at Meerut, as a mutiny of sepoys of the British East India Company's army.
Sepoys in the Presidency of Bengal revolted against their British : Rebellion stopped, End of the Mughal. (). The Backlash in Delhi: British Treatment of the Mughal Royal Family following the Indian “Sepoy Mutiny” of Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: Vol.
31, No. 2, pp. Get this from a library. The great uprising in India, untold stories, Indian and British. [Rosie Llewellyn-Jones] -- Drawing on sources in Britain and India, including contemporary East India Company records, together with oral memories from India illustrated with a number of nineteenth century photographs, the.
The Indian Mutiny Summary by GeorgeProfessor of English and Art History, Brown University. The Sepoy Mutiny — India, Gives a Western and Indian view of the mutiny. From the Atheneum Scientific History and British History Before and After the Great Rebellion of By Professor Peter Marshall for the BBC.
The Mutiny at the Margins series takes a fresh look at the Revolt of from a variety of original and unusual perspectives, focusing in particular on neglected socially marginal groups and geographic areas which have hitherto tended to be unrepresented in studies of this cataclysmic event in British imperial and Indian historiography.
There is perhaps no event in the long history of the British empire in India that continues to exert so strong and abiding a fascination as the great uprising of Referred to variously as the. The Great Rebellion of the Indian people of became the topic of debates among historians.
Indian people began the uprising because they were cruelly exploited by the British colonialists. Interests of the peasantry, craftsmen and some of the Indian feudal lords were infringed. While the. This is variously described as the Sepoy Mutiny, the Indian Mutiny, the Great Rebellion, the Revolt ofthe Indian Insurrection, and the First War of Independence.
There were many rebellions that happened before the war of Independence against the cruel British regime but have been lost somewhere in the pages of history.A beautifully written and meticulously researched narrative history of the great Indian uprising of by one of our most acclaimed living historians.
First published in and re-issued with a handsome new cover for the paperback edition. About the s: Great Revolt of The Great Revolt of (also Indian rebellion ofthe Great uprising ofthe Great rebellion, Indian Sepoy mutiny) is regarded as India’s First War of Independence against the British rule.
It was the most remarkable single event in the history of India after the establishment of British rule.