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This lesson discusses the coming of the Dutch, the English and the Danes, and the Anglo-Dutch rivalry in India.

Nandini Maharaj
MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University, BA (Hons.) History from LSR, reader, dancer, love to teach, AIR 42 in 2018 UPSC

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Very helpful to understand this topic through this video.... Thank u sir
you are most welcome
Royal Farman of Farrukhshiyar 1717. (Not 1715)
The Battle of Chinsurah (also known as the Battle of Biderra or Battle of Hoogly) took place near Chinsurah, India on 25 November 1759 during the Seven Years' War between a force of British troops mainly of the British East India Company and a force of the Dutch East India Company. https://wikivisually.com/wiki/Battle_of_Chinsurah
why's ur pitch so slow? suffering from cold? Please speak as loud as possible. *no grudges*
Portuguese persecuted everyone who were threat to their control over trade .
you effort is good mam thank you. but please mam make it little bit loud , I can't hear it clearly
  1. THE DUTCH AND THE ENGLISH BY NANDINI MAHARAJ


  2. ABOUT ME BA (Hons.) in History from Lady Shri Ram MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University Love to teach, read and dance


  3. THE DUTCH United East India Company of Netherlands (1602) Autonomous company, empowered to carry on war, conclude treaties, possess territories, erect fortresses First factory at Masulipatnam (1605) Captured Nagapatnam from Portuguese urat (1616), Patna (1658), Cochin (168 Carried trade items from India to far east


  4. European settlements in India (1498 1739) (1537) Hughli -(1658) (1675 Serampore 1675) Surat (16 2) Daman (t558) Bassein [ Bombay (1533) Calcutta (1690) (1535) Diu m] (1533) Bay of Bengal (1638) (1682) Arabian Sea 4 f Yanam (1725) g (1616) Madras' | Pulicat (1600) -(1639) (1501) ES as (1670) LEGENDS y (1674) t (1 725) M (1498) Ca tut, European settlement (with date of establishment/ take-over) Portuguese settlements arikal (1739) Tranrebar. (1620) (1507) (1658) 1639) (1674) -(1669 +English settlements Trincomale (1522) French settlements Dutch settlements Danish settlements 673 km (1656 SRI LANKA 0 200 400 Galle (1507) (1656 (1656) 65 75


  5. THE ENGLISH: A TIMELINE 1599 1600 1609 1611 1612 1613 Merchants Adventure Company formed Queens Charter it gave Captain Hawkins arrived at Jahangirs court English start trading at Masulipatnam Defeated Portuguese at sea at Surat .Established a factory at Surat exclusive trading rights for the East


  6. THE ENGLISH: A TIMELINE 1616 1632 Established factory at Masulipatnam Golden Farman from Sultan of Golconda gave free trading right at the ports of Goldconda Fort St. George at Madras . Begin trading at Bengal in lieu of an annual payment, under 1639 1651 Shah Shuja (the subahadar of Bengal) 1662 King Charles II gets Bombay from the Portuguese as dowry


  7. THE ENGLISH: A TIMELINE 1668 1687 1700 1708 EIC getstrading rights of Bombay Shifted headquarters from Surat to Bombay Fort St. George at Madras 2 Companies merged to for the British East India Company, which established political power in India Company 1715 Farrukhsiyar's Farman-gave EIC privileges in Bengal Gujarat and Hyderebad ."Magna Carta" of the EIC


  8. Sombay Bidar Go Bijapur Golk Vijayanagara madras Empire Calicut Cochn ranquebar Decan Sultanates 1490 1687 ad


  9. ANGLO DUTCH RIVALRY .Both powers trying to establish their commercial base in the east at the same time At Ambonya (present day Indonesia), Dutch massacared 10 Englishmen in 1623 Bitter rivalry, prolonger bloody warfare 1667 British withdrew claims on Indonesia, Dutch withdrew claim from India


  10. ANGLO DUTCH RIVALRY 1759 Battle of Bidara: English won, defeated all Ditch ambitions in India Dutch more interested in their profitable trade in Indonesia than in empire building in India