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mutiny and British land policy in North India, 1856-1868.

Jagdish Raj

mutiny and British land policy in North India, 1856-1868.

by Jagdish Raj

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Published by Asia Pub. House in Bombay, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oudh (India),
  • India,
  • Oudh.
    • Subjects:
    • Land tenure -- India -- Oudh,
    • Land -- India -- Oudh,
    • Oudh (India) -- History

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesAsia historical series,, no. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD879.O5 R3 1965
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 191 p.
      Number of Pages191
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL8524M
      LC Control Numbersa 66005142
      OCLC/WorldCa5773148

      This book provides an in-depth analysis of the roots of the rebellion and the various rural groups that participated in the revolt against the English. Stokes also presents a vigorous account of the course of the Mutiny, which illuminates the reason for the British victory and . This database contains fatalities only, if you are looking for casualties wounded then please read I.T. Tavender's book "Casualty Roll for the Indian Mutiny "; if you are looking for British burials in India outside the scope of the Indian Rebellion then please read George William De Rhé-Philipe and Miles Irving's "Soldiers of the Raj.

      JAGDISH RAJ: The Mutiny and British land policy in North India, (Asia Historical Series, No. 2.) xv, pp., front. London: Asia Pub-lishing House, []. 30s. The Mutiny produced important changes in various aspects of British policy in India. Perhaps the most visible and immediate one was the reversal in British attitudes toward. Fig. Mutiny took place during the days of Governor Lord Canning. After mutiny he became the first Governor General of India during the rule of the British Crown. This picture shows that new set, up of government favoured mask clemancy but side by side the new Viceroy desired well discipline soldiers.

        Gautam Chakravarty explores representations of the event which has become known in the British imagination as the 'Indian Mutiny' of in British popular fiction and historiography. Drawing on a wide range of primary sources including diaries, autobiographies and state papers, Chakravarty shows how narratives of the rebellion were inflected by the concerns of colonial policy 5/5(1).   The economic policies of the British East India Company were also resented by the Indians. The land was re-organized under the comparatively harsh Zamindari system to facilitate the collection of taxes. In certain areas, farmers were forced to switch from subsistence farming to commercial crops such as indigo, jute, coffee, and s:


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The mutiny and British land policy in North India, (Asia historical series)Author: Jagdish Raj. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raj, Jagdish, Mutiny and British land policy in North India, London, Asia Pub.

The Indian Rebellion of was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India in –58 against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British Crown.

The rebellion began on 10 May in the form of a mutiny of sepoys of the Company's army in the garrison town of Meerut, 40 mi (64 km) northeast of Delhi (now Old Delhi). On institutional effects, see Klein, Ira, ‘ Materialism, mutiny and modernization in British India ’, Modern Asian Studies, 34 (), pp.

–80; Metcalf, The aftermath of revolt; Jagdish Raj, The mutiny and British land policy in north India, – (New York, NY, ).Cited by: 5. Find great deals on eBay for india mutiny. Shop with confidence. JAGDISH RAJ / Mutiny and British Land Policy in North India C $; or Best Offer +C $ shipping; Christopher Paperback Book The Fast.

FREE Mutiny and British land policy in North India DELIVERY | ISBN: | Quality Books. C $ List price: Previous Price C $ Book Reviews: The Mutiny and British Land Policy in North Indiaby Jagdish Raj, publishe January Indian Economic & Social History Review Sulekh C.

Gupta. 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 officers. India - India - The mutiny and great revolt of – 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.

Indian Mutiny, widespread but unsuccessful rebellion begun in against British rule in India. It began when Indian troops (sepoys) in the service of Britain’s East India Company refused to use purportedly tainted weaponry. One consequence of the mutiny was the establishment of direct British governance of India.

The Mutiny of the Bengal Army. London: Bosworth and Harrison. Stanley, Peter, White Mutiny: British Military Culture in India –75 (Christopher Hurst, London, ). J.B.M. Frederick, Lineage Book of British Land Forces –, Vol II, Wakefield, Microform Academic,ISBN X.

He is the author of a number of books on the early history of British India and was editor of The Cambridge Illustrated History of the British Empire. The Last Mughal by William Dalrymple.

The focus is mainly around Delhi and not around the rest of the country. But it has some interesting facts. For example, Initially both Hindu and Muslim soldiers rallied around a Muslim King to beat back the B.

The Sepoy Mutiny was a violent and very bloody uprising against British rule in India in It is also known by other names: the Indian Mutiny, the.

Highlanders capturing the mutineers' guns at Cawnpore, Indian Mutiny, 16 July (c). The Indian Mutiny was an uprising against British rule in India which began in History Commemorating an essay by Dr.

Crispin Bates. Outline History of events leading up to and the Uprising of [from C. Bates, Subalterns & Raj: South Asia since (London: Routledge )] On land in India as in other parts of the Empire, the British had to face continual uprisings of one sort or another, and these were especially commonplace in India in the early nineteenth.

The utter dissatisfaction against the British rule found expression at Vellore infollowed by the Mutiny Bangal Cavalry. The Bareilly rising ofthe Kol Insurrection ofthe Santhal of where reflection of under current social and economic discontent against the British East India.

Today is the anniversary of the first sepoy mutiny that took place more than 50 years before rebellion. New Delhi: Although overshadowed by the First War of Independence inthe Vellore mutiny of 10 July,was among the first uprisings against British rule in India. The one-day mutiny, mainly confined to the ramparts of the Vellore fort, saw native troops kill close to About the Book The Mutiny of remains an event shrouded in mystery and intrigue.

Its very significance, that is, whether it can be considered the first war of independence, continues to be questioned.

The causes remain many but rather elusive, the consequences even more so – did it ring the death toll of the British empire. Was it is mere speck of exaggerated trouble.

– The mutiny which helped the British create Hindu-Muslim divide 8 generations have grown into adulthood in the subcontinent since the eventful days ofbut there is an attempt to foreground true heritage of this first widespread revolt against colonial rule.

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New York: Published by Asia Publishing House; Taplinger, distributor, Pp. xiii, $ The risings of the Indian peasantry in the Mutiny of seemed to pose a direct challenge to the assumptions of the Utilitarian thinkers whose ideas.However, the natives, pushed to the wall by the British government through various acts and policies, were equally determined to throw off the foreign yoke.

Their struggles, sacrifices and acts of valour made India's independence movement one of the longest civil rights movements in the world.