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The Revolt of 1857 - 2 (in Hindi)
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Chapter 1 part-B

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Aartee Mishra
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Thanks alot mam it is very interesting lesson because you have explained in a very effective and familier manner..... Thanks alot
Thank you so much mam..For prividing these lessons in very simple language..Is it a summary or whole books analysis chapter wise..
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  1. Spectrum Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of MODERN INDIA Modern India The Revolt of 1857 Part B Hindi ademy unac By Aartee Mishra

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  3. BEGINNING AND SPREAD OF THE REVOLT The reports about the mixing of bone dust in atta (flour) and the introduction of the Enfield rifle enhanced the sepoys growing disaffection with the Government. The cartridge of the new rifle had to be bitten off before loading and the grease was reportedly made of beef and pig fat The revolt began at Meerut, 58 km from Delhi, on May 10, 1857 and then, gathering force rapidly soon embraced a vast area from the Punjab in the north and the Narmada in the south to Bihar i the east and Rajputana in the west Even before the Meerut incident, there were rumblings resentment in various cantonments. the 19th Native Infantry at Berhampur, which refused to use the newly introduced Enfield rifle and broke out in mutiny in February 1857 was disbanded in March 1857 young sepoy of the 34th Native Infantry, Mangal Pande, went a step further and fired at the sergeant major of his unit at Barrackpore. He was overpowered and executed on April 6 while his regiment was disbanded in May Delhi was soon to become the centre of the Great Revolt and Bahadur Shah, its symbol

  4. BEGINNING AND SPREAD OF THE REVOLT Bahadur Shah, after initial vacillation, wrote letters to all the chiefs and rulers of India urging them to organize a confederacy of Indian states to fight and replace the British regime The entire Bengal Army soon rose in revolt which spread quickly. Awadh, Rohilkhand, the Doab, the Bundelkhand, central India, large parts of Bihar and East Punjab shook off British authority Widespread participation in the revolt by the peasantry, the artisans, shopkeepers, day laborers, zamindars, religious mendicants, priests and 'civil servants which gave it real strength as well as the character of a popular revolt They also attacked the British-established law courts, revenue offices (tehsils), revenue records and police stations The real command lay with a court of soldiers headed by General Bakht Khan who had led the revolt of Bareilly troops and brought them to Delhi. The court consisted of ten members, six from the army and four from the civilian departments. The court conducted the affairs of the state in the name of the emperor

  5. CENTRES OF REVOLT AND LEADERS General Bakht Khan Delhi Kanpur INDIA Places Involved in the revolt of 1857 - Nana Saheb Lucknow Begum Hazrat Mahal o Kabul Poshawaro CHINA Bareilly - Khan Bahadur Bihar FaizabadMaulvi Ahmadullah Jhansi Amroha TIBET - Kunwar Singh Etawah Lucknow R. Rani Laxmibai Tropi Cances THE BRITISH RESISTANCE Nagpur BURMA 11 E0, ~ Bombay Delhi Lieutenant Willoughby, John Nicholson, Lieutenant Hudson BAY OF BENGAL oPoona Rangoon ARABIAN Satara SEA GOA Kanpur Sir Hugh Wheeler, Sir Colin Campbell Lucknow - Henry Lawrence, Brigadier Inglis, Bangalore Madras 0 Pondicherry Revolt Places 0 ANDAMAN SEA Henry Havelock, James Outram, Sir Colin Campbell Jhansi Sir Hugh Rose Benaras-Colonel James Neill INDIAN OCEAN Centres of the Revolt of 1857

  6. SUPPRESSION OF REVOLT Bahadur Shah was taken prisoner. The royal princes were captured and butchered on the spot, publicly shot at point blank range, by Lieutenant Hudson himself The emperor was exiled to Rangoon where he died in 186.2 Thus the great House of Mughals was finally and completely extinguished. Terrible vengeance was wreaked on the inhabitants of Delhi. With the fall of Delhi the focal point of the revolt disappeared Sir Colin Campbell occupied Kanpur on December 6, 1857. Nana Saheb, defeated at Kanpur, escaped to Nepal in early 1859, never to be heard of again Jhansi was recaptured through assault by Sir Hugh Rose, By 1859, Kunwar Singh, Bakht Khan, Khan Bahadur Khan of Bareilly, Rao Sahib (brother of Nana Saheb) and Maulvi Ahmadullah were all dead, while the Begum of Awadh was compelled to hide in Nepal At Benaras a rebellion had been organized which was mercilessly suppressed, by Colonel Neil, who put to death all suspected rebels and even disorderly sepoys By the end of 1859, British authority over India was fully reestablished. The British Government had to pour immense supplies of men, money and arms into the country, though Indians had to later repay the entire cost through their own suppression

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