Here are the two links I read: That said, it's perfectly fine for the article title to be "Indian Rebellion"; I just think that the whole section on the "controversy" is contrived and misleading and should be removed.
For example, the relatively prosperous Muzaffarnagar district, a beneficiary of a Company irrigation scheme, and next door to Meerutwhere the upheaval began, stayed relatively calm throughout. Personally I do not have a problem using any of these terms as can be seen in my discussions above.
A rumour spread that the cartridges of the new Enfield rifles were greased with the fat of cows and pigs. Bobby Awasthi There were certainly very few Indian Christians in North India in though that does not mean there were none: Thanks for the quick response and very objective arguments.
I prior tothe army, being regarded as so many personal retainers of the sovereign rather than servants of the state, was mainly governed by the will of the sovereign; 2 between andthe army, being recognised as a permanent force, was governed within the realm by statute and without it by the prerogative of the crown and 3 from toit was governed either directly by statute or by the sovereign under an authority derived from and defined and limited by statute.
Also, this statement is nonsense: Another serious concern was the increasing pace of Westernizationby which Hindu society was being affected by the introduction of Western ideas.
Tropes associated with Kipling's Finest: I am a bit suspicious of its validity as a source, particularly given that a google of the title turns up just one hit - the personal webpage of someone called Laxman Burdak who is using the arguments in this book which was written by a military officer, not an academic to prove that Jats once ruled the whole of Central Asia, are identical with the ancient Scythians, and that 32, of them still live in Ukraine.
The soldiers of his regiment and others showed their solidarity with the forces and started a revolt movement.
They had travelled with the British along the lines of the subcontinent and had developed, probably for the first time in Indian history, patriotic feelings for something called India. Did those people who revolted wished only to free their cities, villages or Bundelkhand, Rohailkhand, Awadh, Bihar and Malwa etc.?
And who were the ones picking up the slack - with roughly a million other Imperial troops Australians, New Zealanders and Burmese forming the bulk of them as the British Regulars were licking their wounds in impotence after the curb-stomping they got at the hands of the Axis.
India in andshowing East India Company-governed territories in pink India in andshowing East India Company-governed territories in pink Although the British East India Company had established a presence in India as far back as and earlier administered the factory areas established for trading purposes, its victory in the Battle of Plassey in marked the beginning of its firm foothold in eastern India.
Begum Hazrat Mahal, one of the begums of the ex-king of Awadh, took up the leadership of the revolt. An article page is not supposed to carry expressions of "considerable debate", or "thought by many", etc.
Does North-Central India belong to some another country? This is much the same attitude as Disraeli had toward Asians.
That is really taking a level in badass. But the rebellion was no less driven by ideological motives - not for all - but for many. The East India Company's position was quite different from that of the two politicians. It marked the end of the East India Company as a N.should it be seen as a post pacification revolt, a nationalist uprising, or as a war of independence.
Any discussion on the reasons behind the Indian mutiny needs. The Indian Rebellion of was a major uprising in India during –58 against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British Crown.
  The event is known by many names, including the Sepoy Mutiny, the Indian Mutiny, the Great Rebellion, the Revolt ofthe Indian.
Sparked by a mutiny of soldiers at Meerut on May 10,the revolt spread within months to more than 25 cities.
Inwith the revolt James Andrew Broun Ramsay, marquess and 10th earl of Dalhousie: Westernization of India. Causes of the failure of the revolt Limited Uprising: Although the revolt was fairly widespread, a large part of the country remained unaffected by it.
Why was India's First War of Independence () a failure?
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Is the title given to the Sepoy mutiny of as "the first war of Indian independence. The Revolt of —the First War of Independence! By the first half of the 19th century, the East India Company had brought major portions of India under its control. While British historians called it the Sepoy Mutiny, Indian historians named it the Revolt of or the First War of Indian Independence.
The Revolt of had been. Indian Mutiny and Taiping Rebellion - Compare and contrast the ‘Indian Mutiny’ and the Taiping rebellion as indigenous reactions to globalization. The Indian Mutiny () and Taiping Rebellion () were a result of Britain’s desire for a global empire.Download