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Notes on the revolt in the North-western provinces of India.
|Statement||By Charles Raikes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||2006332978|
Tall Tales and True: India, Historiography and British Imperial Imaginings is an interdisciplinary collection of eight case studies. Written in an engaging and accessible style, this book explores issues relating to the construction of historical narratives. The book presents re-assessments of a number of emblematic people and events in India that appear within the narrative of British. A concise history of modern India. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Concise Histories), , pages The revolt in the North-Western Provinces can thus usefully be described as a ‘post-pacification’ revolt, where long festering but diffuse grievances erupted, by contrast with the ‘primary resistance’ of .
Raikes, Charles: Notes on the Revolt in the North-Western Provinces of India, Longman, London, Roberts, Field Marshal Lord, Forty-one Years in India, Richard Bentley, London, Forty-one years in India at Project Gutenberg; Russell, William Howard, My Diary in India in the years , Routledge, London, , (2 vols.)Date: 10 May – 20 June , (1 year, 1 month, 2 weeks and 5 days). EARLY UPRISING, REVOLT OF & BRITISH POLICIES AFTER – One Liners Ingenuity 15 played a key role in spreading the muting of in many parts of South India o Charles Raikes wrote “notes on the revolt in North Western Provinces of India • Jawaharlal Nehru wrote the book .
Editor Notes The Debates in Indian history and society series focuses on the diversity of interpretation in historical discourse. The series address widely debated issues in south Asian history (Including contemporary history) through edited volumes centering around sharply focused themes or seminal writings that have generated arguments and counter arguments resulting in worthwhile debates. Revolt. Simmering Discontent In , after the Battle of Plassey, the British laid the first step towards getting power in northern India. And in took place the major ‘Revolt’ which was a product of the character and policies of colonial rule after , and after which noteworthy changes took place in the British policy of ruling over India.
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Notes on Author: Charles Raikes. The North-Western Provinces was an administrative region in British North-Western Provinces were established inthrough merging the administrative divisions of the Ceded and Conqueredthe nawab-ruled kingdom of Oudh was annexed and merged with the North-Western Provinces to form the renamed North-Western Provinces and l: Agra, Lucknow, Allahabad.
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First edition. "From until Raikes was based in the North-Western Provinces, becoming magistrate of Mainpuri in and publishing Notes on the North-Western Provinces in In he was appointed commissioner of Lahore. Three years later he returned to the North-Western Provinces as an officiating judge in the East.
The revolt of the sepoys was accompanied by a rebellion of the civil population, particularly in the north-western provinces and Awadh.
the peasants and petty zamindars took advantage of the revolt to destroy the money-lenders’ account books and debt records. notes on the revolt in the north-western provinces of india (indian mutiny ) Raikes was a judge at Agra and conveys well the feeling there as the Mutiny unfolded and took grip, May-Sept.
; also a visit to Delhi after the siege and active service in the field as. Notes on the Revolt in the North-Western Provinces of India by Charles Raikes Google Books Records of the Intelligence Department of the Government of the North-West Provinces of India during the Mutiny of arranged by Sir William Muir Volume 1, Volume 2.
The Indian Rebellion of was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India in –58 against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British Crown.
The rebellion began on 10 May in the form of a mutiny of sepoys of the Company's army in the garrison town of Meerut, 40 mi (64 km) northeast of Delhi (now Old Delhi).
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the soldiers’ Charles Raikes, a Judge at Agra during the course of revolt, in his book entitled ‘Notes on the Revolt in North Western Provinces of India’ published in the same year, supported the view of Norton. Vinayak D. Savarkar in his book “The First War of File Size: KB.
"From until Raikes was based in the North-Western Provinces, becoming magistrate of Mainpuri in and publishing Notes on the North-Western Provinces in In he was appointed commissioner of Lahore. Three years later he returned to the North-Western Provinces as an officiating judge in the East India Company's chief.
The North-Western Provinces of India: Their History, Ethnology, and Administration William Crooke Asian Educational Services, - Uttar Pradesh (India) - pages. Notes on the North-Western Provinces of India by a District Officer by C.
Notes on the: $ on North-Western the Notes Officer by H. Provinces District by C. India of a a C. of India on Provinces H. District by North-Western by Notes the Officer. The revolt at Meerut and the capture of Delhi was a precursor to a widespread mutiny by the sepoys and rebellions all over North India as well as Western and Central India.
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‘Notes on the North-Western Provinces of India,’ London,8vo. 2. ‘Notes on the Revolt of the North-Western Provinces of India,’ London,8vo.As per Greek sources, a king named Subhagasena (Sophagasanus) began to rule over the north-western provinces independently.
Internal revolt During the rule of Brihadratha, there was an internal revolt led by his army chief Pushyamitra Shunga in about or BC. During India's First War For Independence: The British called its battles of in the Indian sub-continent, waged by native people, as “Sepoy Mutiny” or terms as dismissive, more or less: rebellion, revolt, uprising or subaltern war (by sepoy cadres and junior officers in their own military)!