Essay on revolt of 1857 in india

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In 1857 there was a rebellion in India . This is known as the First Indian War of Independence . During this time, Sir Syed kept loyal to the British; He also saved many European lives. After the rebellion he wrote a book where he said the British were in fact those who caused the order to settle the question of whether Sir Syed was a communitarian or a communalist, we need to assess the speeches and articles which he wrote. One such speech of Sir Syed which he gave in Meerut in the year 1888 clearly shows that Sir Syed turned to arguments fielded by religious fanatics in order to develop a communal alliance between Indian Muslims and British Christians. He said, “Our Hindu brothers of these provinces are leaving us and are joining the Bengalis. Then we ought to unite with that nation with whom we can unite. No Mohammedan can say that the English are not “People of the Book” (Quranic term referring to Jews, Christians and Sabians). No Mohammedan can deny this: that God has said that no people of ‘other religions’ can be ‘friends’ of Mohammedans except ‘Christians’. He who had read the Quran and believes it, he can know that our nation (Muslims) cannot expect friendship and affection from any other people. At this time our nation is in a bad state as regards education and wealth, but God has given us the light of religion, and the Quran is present for our guidance, which has ordained them (Christians) and us (Muslims) to be friends.” [1]

Bihar Provincial Kisan Sabha, 1929 Bombay, Central Provinces Against forest grazing regulations Hajong Tribals in Garo hills. to reduce rent from 50% to 25%. Leader Moni Singh. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Bundelkhand No-Revenue movement Malabar, Kerala against feudal levies, advance rents and eviction. Result: Malabar Tenancy act was amended. Punjab

  • Punjab Riyasati Praja Mandal (1928)
  • Against Maharaj of Patiala – he had increased land Revenue by 19%
  • farmers wanted him to abolish his land reserved for shikar (hunting)
  • for reduction of canal taxes.
Surat, Kheda Farmers refused to pay Revenue. Migrated to Baroda State. Peasant Revolts in the 40s

Essay on revolt of 1857 in india

essay on revolt of 1857 in india


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