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What Rebels Wanted
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In this lesson we talk about what the Rebels wanted from the revolt of 1857

Trupti Dhamija
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mam please tell the books also . for each and every topic .
what are the main source for the reconstruction of revolt of 1857.
Trupti Dhamija
a year ago
do you mean " what are the main sources for reconstruction after the 1857 revolt?"
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
Yes teacher
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
teacher one more thing forget about geography I found geography in this app.
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
don't worry about it teacher
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
Teacher actually I am study in Kendriya Vidyalaya Ambikapur my cousin brother ask me this question .
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
Teacher my brother find this 1 question. answer (One of the important record of the mutiny of 1857 is the pictorial images prepared by the British and Indians. Paintings, pencil drawings, posters, etchings, cartoons, bazaar prints, etc., about this revolt are available.)
Trupti Dhamija
a year ago
you want me to answer this question?
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
No Teacher🙇
Trupti Dhamija
a year ago
😄 alrighty
teacher I have a doubt .mention two economic causes of the revolt of 1857
Trupti Dhamija
a year ago
Hello, this is a great question. The two economic causes of the 1857 revolts are : 1. the indian handicrafts suffered due to the influx of cheaper goods and this affected the artisans and the craftsmen 2. The British followed a very strict and exploitative land revenue policy
Akash Agarwal
a year ago
Thank you teacher.
Trupti Dhamija
a year ago
you're welcome :)
  1. REBELS AND THE RAJ THE REVOLT OF 1857 AND ITS REPRESENTATIONS


  2. x The dispossession of the taluqdars meant the disruption of the entire social order. oppressors but many of them were also x The British exposed the easants to over x In pre-British times the taluqdars were considerate to the peasants. assessment of revenues and inflexible methods of collection.


  3. x The grievances of the peasant was carried on by the sepoys. x The relationship between the sepoys and their white superiors had deteriorated since 1840's x They had also complained about the low wages for decades.


  4. WHAT REBELS WANTED


  5. x The rebelproclamations had ealed to all sections of the population regardless of their caste and creed. Hindu-Muslim past. incite Hindus against the Muslims and vice x These remembered and glorified the x Although the British had attempted to versa, they failed.


  6. x The proclamations rejected everything x They condemned the annexations carried x They were also enraged by the that represented the British raj. out by the British disposition of the landowners and the ruin of the artisans and weavers caused by foriegn commerce.


  7. x The proclamations also expressed the fear that the people had that the British would destroy their caste and religion. x These rebels deliberately humiliated the elite classes.


  8. x Once British rule had collapsed in these regions attempts were made to restore authority symbol of the world that had been lost. not last longer. x The 18th century Mughal world became a x But these administrative structures did


  9. THANK YOU.