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The Revolt of 1857 - 3 (in Hindi)
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Chapter 1 part-3

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Aartee Mishra
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  1. Spectrum Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of MODERN INDIA Modern India The Revolt of 1857 Part C Hindi ademy unac By Aartee Mishra

  2. I am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can find all my courses at na AsO by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore

  3. CAUSES OF FAILURE OF REVOLT Limited territorial spread was one factor, there was no all India veneer about the revolt Reasons for Failure of 1857 Revolt Certain classes and groups did not join and, in fact, worked against the revolt. Big zamindars acted as "breakwaters to storm" Modern educated Indians viewed this revolt as backward looking, and mistakenly hoped the British would usher in an era of modernization Administrative Militry delogial Reesons easons Reasons -Britisharmy was-Allsectionsdidnot There was no planning among the rebels It was an unorganized effort superior in rganisation The Indian soldiers were poorly equipped materially, fightingm generally with swords and spears and very few guns and muskets. On the other hand, the European soldiers were equipped with the latest weapons of war like the Enfield rifle and educated classes) Britsh army ha nlimited suppies There was no The electric telegraph kept the commander-in-chief informedThe leadersip The rebels had altlenative bo about the movements and strategy of the rebels. The revolt was poorly organized with no coordination or central leadership -was weak. limited supplies put There was no direction to the movement and oudated ammunition frh by the rbels

  4. HINDU-MUSLIM UNITY FACTOR During the entire revolt, there was complete cooperation between Hindus and Muslims at all levels-people, soldiers, leaders For instance Nana Saheb had Azimullah, a Muslim and an expert in political propaganda, as an aide, while Laxmibai had the solid support of Afghan soldiers. Thus, the events of 1857 demonstrated that the people and politics of India were not basically communal before 1858 It had seeds of nationalism and anti-imperialism but the concept of common nationality and nationhood was not inherent to the revolt of 1857 One may say that the revolt of 1857 was the first great struggle of Indians to throw off British rule. It established local traditions of resistance to British rule which were to pave the a y for the modern national movement

  5. CONSEQUENCES The revolt of 1857 marks a turning point in the history of India. It led to changes in the system of administration and the policy of the Government The direct responsibility for the administration of the country was assumed by the British Crown and Company rule was abolished. The assumption of the Government of India by the sovereign of Great Britain was announced by Lord Canning at a durbar at Allahabad in the 'Queen's Proclamation' issued on November 1, 1858 The era of annexations and expansion ended and the British promised to respect the dignity and rights of the native princes. The Indian states were henceforth to recognise the paramountcy of the British Crown and were to be treated as parts of a single charge. The Army, which was at the forefront of the outbreak, was thoroughly reorganised and British military polioy came to be dominated by the idea of "division and counterpoise". Racial hatred and suspicion between the Indians and the English was aggravated

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