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Mahatma Gandhi’s ideas have made many people in the world his followers. Mahatma Gandhi‘s followers stood with him in every battle and also went to… Read More
The major reason for the objection to using the new cartridges was the new ‘Enfield rifle’. The local Indian soldiers, who have been the part… Read More
During the 17th century, Aurangzeb was one of the last great Muslim rulers of India. He ruled during a period of turmoil and conflict between… Read More
Indian Rebellion of 1857 was often referred to as the Sepoy Mutiny, the Indian Mutiny, the Great Rebellion, the Indian Insurrection, the First War of… Read More
On 12 August 1765, the East India Company turned into the Diwan of Bengal. As Diwan, the Company turned into the boss monetary executive of… Read More
Gender division in our society is seen as a natural and unchangeable concept. The roles of men and women in society have a hierarchical division… Read More
The Maasai cattle herders live basically in east Africa. Before colonial times, Maasailand extended over an immense region from north Kenya to the steppes of… Read More
The Partition of Bengal was about the reorganization of the Bengal province, i.e., the separation of the eastern parts of Bengal from the rest of… Read More
The eighteenth-century political developments in India were extremely sensational and the nation was changing at an exceptionally quick speed. During the primary portion of the… Read More
India is a country in South Asia and is the seventh-largest country by area and second-largest by population. It is surrounded by the Bay of… Read More
The British had managed the regulations concerning the utilization of wood and woodland items. Woods Society and Colonialism allude to the Act of the British… Read More
The National Movement of India denotes a huge occasion throughout the entire existence of India. This second assumed an essential part in assisting India with… Read More
In 1600, Queen Elizabeth; the leader of England; gave a contract to the East India Company. The sanction conceded the Company the sole right to… Read More
On 12 August 1765, the East India Company turned into the Diwan of Bengal as designated by the Mughal ruler. Subsequently, was perceived as the… Read More
Patriotism alludes to the sensation of unity and normal cognizance that energies individuals living in a typical region share similarly verifiable, political, and social backgrounds.… Read More

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