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Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India n unacadeny By Aartee Mishra GOVERNORS-GENERAL AND Part 4 Hindi VICEROYS OF INDIA
l am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can findall my courses at https:/unacademy.com/userIranianmishra2011 Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore
Lord Canning 1856-1857 Establishment of three universities at Calcutta, Madras and Bombay in 1857 Revolt of 1857 First Viceroy Transfer of control from East India Company to the Crown, the Government of India Act, 1858 "White Mutiny' by European troops in 1859 Indian Councils Act of 1861
Lord Elgin 1862-1863 Wahabi Movement -The Wahabi Movement offered the most serious and the well-planned challenge to the British supremacy in India in the 19th century. The motto of the Wahabi Movement organized by Syed Ahmed was that the return to the true spirit of Islam was the only way to get rid of the socio- political oppression Lord John Lawrence 1864-1869 Bhutan War (1865)-Bhutanese army was defeated. The peace was brought by "Treaty of Sinchula". Bhutan ceded territories in the Assam Duars and Bengal Duars, as well as around 80,000 kilometers of Dewangiri (Deothang) to British in return for an annual subsidy of 50,000 rupees. Setting up of the High Courts at Calcutta, Bombay and Madras (1865)
Lord Mayo 1869-1872 College at Ajmer for political training of Indian princes Establishment of Statistical Survey of India. Establishment of Department of Agriculture and Commerce Introduction of state railways Northbrook 1872-1876 Visit of Prince of Wales in 1875 Trial of Gaekwar of Baroda- Baroda was under the popular Raja "Sir' Khanderao Gaekwad. After his death, he was supposed to be succeeded by his brother. But this man was a foolish and lavish spender and a gross tyrant. So, the paramount British came in action and by the orders of Lord Salisbury, he was deposed in 1875 and was exiled to Madras Kuka Movement in Punjab -Kukas were not part of the main-stream Sikhism of the Sikhs They wanted caste-abolition, permission of intermarriages, widow remarriages, abstinence from desi liquor, meat and drugs.
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