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THE REVOLT OF 1857 INDIGO REVOLT 1859-60
Group I India since independence Group-II India since independence Group- IV V.A.O India since independence
IMPORTANT PERSONS IN From Meerut To Delhi The Route Our Freedom Fighters Took Meerut Victoria Park May 10, 1857 Barnawa Panchli Ba Bhamori OUTBREAK Jani Buzurg Khajuri KhasKhekra Delhi (Red Fort) May 11, 1857 May 11, 1857 Morning 7. a.m
OUTBREAK On March 29, 1857, a soldier named Mangal Pandey attacked and fired at his senor at Barrackpur in Bengal (in 19th and 34th Native infantry). MANGAL PANDEY HTRF INDIA 50
.On May 10, there was a mutiny of sepoys at Meerut (3rd native cavalry)
Mutiny spread throughout UP along with some other parts of the country
NORTHERN INDIA THE MUTINY 1857- APGHANIST JP U AN A h a & P ces
NORTHERN INDIA THE MUTINY 1857-9 English Miles 50 200 REFERENCE The prineipol centres of the Mutiny are underhined thus, Benares Railways are shown thus, ie e The line from Calcutts to Ranigagj mas open in 1857, that from Allahabad to Cawnpore in 1858 R, Rav The Grand Trunk Road is shown thus, Other Main Roads are Multan Jindo Sanpu Delh Sikandar Ba Deser Al Bharatpuro A JP U A N A LUI R. Lu anses
Bahadur Shan II 'March to Delhi' became the battle cry of the rebels. At Delhi, the Mughal emperor Bahadur Shan II was proclaimed the Emperor of India.
From Meerut To Delhi The Route Our Freedom Fighters Took Meerut Victoria Park May 10, 1857 Barnawa Panchli Baleni Bhamori Tatiri Jani Buzurg Baghpat Bijrol Dola Katha Khajuri KhasKhekra Loni Delhi (Red Fort) May 11, 1857 May 11, 1857 Morning 7. a.m.
INDIA 1837 Where the rulers wer loyal to the British, the soldiers revolted as in Gwalior and Indore. In some place, the people revolted before the sepovs did.
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IMPORTANT PERSONS Bakht Khan (captured Delhi, was from the Barreily unit of the army) and Bahadur Shah Zafar. Bahadur Shah Zafar Bakht Khan
Rani LakshmibaiRaja Gangadhar Rao Sir Hugh Rose Rani Lakshmibai, the widowed queen of Raja Gangadhar Rao of Jhansi (Tantia Tope joined her, and they defeated the Scindia of Gwalior, but both were defeated by Sir Hugh Rose. She died on June 17, 1858, while Tantia was later captured and executed).
Devi Singh Mani Ram Dutta * Devi Singh of Mathura. Faizabad: Muhammad Ullah Assam : Mani Ram Dutta
SUPPRESSION Causes of Failure FATE OF THE LEADERS
Who said What about this MUTINY? Impact of the REVOLT
PROCLAMATION RIGHT HONORABLE THE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF INDIA Queen Victoria's Proclamation November 1, 1858 1858. lared t lessure to tako the Govansos GasEnAL bereby notifies that from this Day all acts of the Goverument of India will be done in the Name of THE QUEEN alone.