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The 1857 rebellion was the result of a resentment that had various political, economical, social and religious reasons. (Designed by Gargi Singh)
The year 1857 was tumultuous for India. What began as a mutiny of sepoys employed in the East India Company in Meerut, took no time to transform into a full-fledged rebellion that kept the English on their toes for a long time and changed strategy for the remaining 90 years of British rule.
Fought over a prolonged period of a year, the rebellion was the result of a resentment that had various political, economical, social and religious reasons. Even though Delhi, Lucknow, Kanpur were the epicentres of the uprising, several other areas in Oudh, Rohilkhand and Bihar also witnessed crucial events and produced several local leaders. The events in these regions had political consequences and determined the way ahead for both sides.
Chinhat, Aarah and Bareilly: The lesser-known battles of 1857

Chinhat, Aarah and Bareilly: The lesser-known battles of 1857

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Subject:

Military Science

Subclass:

Military administration

Reign:

Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

Subject Year (Time):

1857

Author:

Sahil M Beg

Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-24052021-1028

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Chinhat, Aarah and Bareilly: The lesser-known battles of 1857
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The 1857 rebellion was the result of a resentment that had various political, economical, social and religious reasons. (Designed by Gargi Singh)
The year 1857 was tumultuous for India. What began as a mutiny of sepoys employed in the East India Company in Meerut, took no time to transform into a full-fledged rebellion that kept the English on their toes for a long time and changed strategy for the remaining 90 years of British rule.
Fought over a prolonged period of a year, the rebellion was the result of a resentment that had various political, economical, social and religious reasons. Even though Delhi, Lucknow, Kanpur were the epicentres of the uprising, several other areas in Oudh, Rohilkhand and Bihar also witnessed crucial events and produced several local leaders. The events in these regions had political consequences and determined the way ahead for both sides.

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