Main Events of Indian History by R N Sharma

By R N Sharma

Content material: conceal; Contents; Inception of British Raj; English Conflicts; upward push of British Raj; growth of The Raj; First warfare of Indenpendence: 1857; The Indian nationwide Movement(1885-1919); Indian fight For Freedom; India's street To Independence; Indian Independence; The autonomous India; Apendix

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The aged ex emperor, Hahadur Shah, was reinstated to the Mughal throne and Delhi became the nationalist soldiers' headquarters. Later they seized Lucknow and Satara and pushed the British soldiers southwards to Jhansi. The British approached Rani Lakshmibai for refuge but the Rani refused, saying that she could not betray her fellow Indians. The British army was totally uprooted and the nationalist soldiers returned to Delhi. The British, however, were shrewd politicians and highly organised. Their soldiers were better equipped and better trained.

In the course of the summer General Joseph Morrison had conquered the province of Arakan; in the north the Burmese were expelled from Assam; and the British had made some progress in Cachar, though the thick forests and jungle fmally impeded their advance. The armistice having expired on November 03, 1825 the army of Ava, amounting to 60,000 men, advanced in three divisions against the British pOSItion at Prome, which was defended by 3,000 Europeans and 2,000 native troops. But the British still triumphed, and after several actions, in which the Burmese were the assailants IndianHistory II and were partially successful, Campbell, on December 1, attacked the different divisions of their army, and successively drove them from all their positions, and dispersed them in every direction.

And 1831. They continued their stand against the British till 1837. The Santhals of Rajmahal hills rebelled in 1855, In 1828 and 1830 the Ahoms in Assam rebelled against the company followed by the Khasi's in the Jaintia and Garo hills. 11 53 IndianHistory II In 1817-19 the Bhils of the Western Ghats revolted and continued their struggle in 1831 and 1846. The rulers of the Kutch, the Wagheras of Okha MandaI, the Ramosis also revolted against the British. In South India the Raja of Vizianagram, the Poligars of Dindigul and Malabar rose in 1856.

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