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The Indian national uprising of 1857
DobroliНЎubov, N. A.
|Statement||by Nikolai Dobrolyubov ; translated from the Russian with an introduction by Harish C. Gupta ; foreword by Hiren Mukerjee.|
|LC Classifications||DS478 .D58 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 92p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||89902619|
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"This innovative book recasts the uprising through the lens of new imperial and global history. Ranging across colonial contexts, it explores the imperial implications oftaking the story of the uprising outwards beyond empire, and connecting together Britain, India and Brand: Jill C Bender.
The Real Story of the Great Uprising, translated from Marathi by Mrinal Pande contains an eyewitness account of the war variously known as the Sepoy Mutiny, the First War for Independence and the Great Uprising/5.
The book, which describes the revolt as a unified and national uprising of India as a nation against British authority, was seen at the time as highly inflammatory, and the Marathi edition was banned in British India even before its publication.
Publication of the English translation faltered. A beautifully written and meticulously researched narrative history of the great Indian uprising of Preface. As new novels, histories, films, commemorations and fresh archival digs testify, the two revolts featured in this book continue to command lay and scholarly interest a ce.
Savarkar, Vinayak Damodar, The Indian War of Independence of s.n., [London: ] p.: front. (fold. map.) ; 26 cm. This book is the first ever to offer a complete day-by-day account of India's events from to It differs from all previous accounts of the Great Rebellion or "Indian Mutiny" in that it lists events strictly in chronological order, making it easier to follow both the detail and development of India's great : P.
Taylor. Indian Mutiny, also called Sepoy Mutiny or First War of Independence, widespread but unsuccessful rebellion against British rule in India in – Begun in Meerut by Indian troops (sepoys) in the service of the British East India Company, it spread to Delhi, Agra, Kanpur, and Lucknow.
The Indian Uprising of book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This fascinating book, based on extensive archival research /5.
Military Aspects of the Indian Uprising (Volume 4) deals with how battles were won and lost and how the army re-organised after the revolt. It also touches on the thorny issue of how to define the events of as a rebellion, a national uprising or a small war of the kind experienced in many colonial states.
Very good book written on freedom fighting by Parag Tope. Its an eye opener, unbiased & well researched book written by Tatya The Indian national uprising of 1857 book successor. k views View 1 Upvoter. Situating the Indian uprising within an imperial context, Jill C. Bender traces its ramifications across the four different colonial sites of Ireland, New Zealand, Jamaica, and southern Africa.
Bender argues that the uprising shaped colonial Britons' perceptions of their own empire, revealing the possibilities of an integrated empire that could provide the resources to generate The Indian national uprising of 1857 book 'justify' British cturer: Cambridge University Press.
From the manuscript collections of the National Library of Scotland, this searchable online resource provides access to digital facsimiles of diaries and journals, official and private papers, letters, sketches, paintings and original Indian documents containing histories and literary works.
See the India Uprising theme documents. When Eric Stokes, the foremost British historian of India of his generation, died inhe left behind in this work a substantial part of what would have been his definitive statement on the social origins of the Indian Mutiny-rebellion of This book provides an in-depth analysis of the roots of the rebellion and the various rural Cited by: 6.
The rebellion is also known as India's First War of Independence, the Great Rebellion, the Indian Mutiny, the Revolt ofthe Uprising ofthe Sepoy Rebellion, and the Sepoy Mutiny. This book entitled, “Uprising of Some Facts about Failure of Indian War of Independence” includes much detail on the nature and character of the Uprising of Although, it is a general history, which emphasizes every aspect of the Uprising, throws much light on the events, places, and personalities directly concerned to the Uprising of Buy Uprising of Some Facts about Failure of Indian War of Independence by Aijaz Ahmad in India.
This book entitled, “Uprising of Some Facts about Failure of Indian War of Independence” includes much detail on the nature and character of the Uprising of Although, it is a general history, which emphasizes every aspect of the Uprisin.
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Cited by: The Indian Rebellion of had diverse political, economic, military, religious and social causes. An uprising in several sepoy companies of the Bengal army was sparked by the issue of new gunpowder cartridges for the Enfield rifle February, The cartridges were rumoured to have been made from cow and sow fat.
Loading the Enfield required tearing open the greased cartridge with one's. Just completed reading The Rebellion, a collection of essays edited by Biswamoy Pati from Oxford India.
After going through this indispensable work, I realized how little I knew of one of the most important events in modern Indian history/5. The Sepoy Mutiny was a violent and very bloody uprising against British rule in India in It is also known by other names: the Indian Mutiny, the Indian Rebellion of The events of the uprising in India as seen through the eyes of British and Indian eye-witnesses, giving a vivid picture of life in the midst of what one called 'the wind of madness.' A volume in the Worlds of the East India Company series, edited by Huw Bowen.
This article challenges the myth that Indian nationalism was a major cause of the Rebellion or Uprising ofarguing rather that nationalism was its ultimate result. But it goes much further, demonstrating that this unsuccessful Uprising of generated a new consciousness, as it taught Indians about the need to learn to protect and Cited by: 3.
When Eric Stokes, the foremost British historian of India of his generation, died inhe left behind in this work a substantial part of what would have been his definitive statement on the social origins of the Indian Mutiny-rebellion of This book provides an in-depth analysis of the roots of the rebellion and the various rural groups that participated in the revolt against the English.
The Indian Rebellion of is also called the Indian Mutiny, the Sepoy Mutiny, North India's First War of Independence or North India's first struggle for independence. It began on 10 May at Meerut, as a mutiny of sepoys of the British East India Company 's : Rebellion stopped, End of the Mughal.
Indian Revolt of Revolt of Indian soldiers against British officers when they were required to use greased ammunition cartridges they suspected were being used to pollute them and cause them to convert to Christianity.
The revolt spread across North India. Get this from a library. The Indian national uprising of a contemporary Russian account.
[N A Dobroli︠u︡bov]. Syed Ahmed Khan was one of the leading figures of Muslim India, and the Revolt of was the defining moment of his life.
He wrote this analysis soon after he witnessed the brutal revenge the British took on Delhi once the Revolt was suppressed. His primary aim was to correct the misconception that the uprising was merely a Muslim s: 1. Early national leaders like V.D.
Savarkar in his book, the Indian War of Independence, to arouse national consciousness, described 1 it as ‘a planned war of national independence’.
Later on national leaders further developed them to cite it as a shining example of the perfect accord and harmony between the Hindus and the Muslims.
Military Aspects of the Indian Uprising (Volume 4) deals with how battles were won and lost and how the army re-organised after the revolt. It also touches on the thorny issue of how to define the events of as a rebellion, a national uprising or a small war of the kind experienced in many colonial : Hardcover.
The Indian Rebellion of has been variously termed as a war of independence, a rebellion, and a mutiny. Several Indian writers, who consider it as a part of the Indian independence movement that ultimately led to the country's independence inhave.
The images above share the drastically different and conflicting narratives of the Indian Uprising of With the political cartoon, pictured on the left.
The absence of unity of purpose and cohesion among the different sections and local character of the uprising does not fully qualify the Revolt of as the first war of Indian Independence.
Conclusion: It is abundantly clear that the Great Rebellion was more than a sepoy mutiny but not wholly a war of Indian National Independence.
Cambridge Core - South Asian History - The Indian Uprising of –8 - by Clare Anderson. Books; The Indian Uprising of –8; The Indian Uprising of –8. The Indian Uprising of –8 Prisons, Prisoners and Rebellion.
Get access. Check if you Author: Clare Anderson. Shri Savarkar first called this rebellion a war for national independence. According to Pattabhi Sitaramayya, the movement of was India’s first struggle of freedom. Ashok Mehta has also tried to prove in his book “The Great Revolt” that it was a national rebellion.
Delhi, a bloody warning to today's imperial occupiers and exaggerations that one British official who had been involved in the operation described the parliamentary blue book (or paper. Until recently I had never heard of the Great Mutiny, till surfing the web one night I came across a reference to it.
It sounded interesting, so I decided to pick up a book on the subject. The Great Mutiny: India is a must read on this topic. It is told mostly through first hand accounts of Cited by: This was a more settled and planned action against the anti national policies of the then colonial government namely the East India Company.
Let us now see why the revolt took place. A useful insight into the extent of prison breaks that occurred in the post Indian uprising and the logic deployed by the British to use the Andaman Islands as a penal colony – the proto-Guantanamo Bay.
Clare Anderson attempts to provide a balanced account of events, relying where she can on the accounts of those 4/5. The Great Uprising In India, 58 book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A volume in the Worlds of the East India Compan /5.
The Causes of the Indian Revolt Written by SAYYID AHMED KHAN BAHADUR, C.S.I. IN URDOO, IN THE YEARAND TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH. by HIS TWO EUROPEAN FRIENDS, BENARES, MEDICAL HALL PRESS.
EDITED by FRANCES W. PRITCHETT, PREFACE The following pages though written in have not yet been published.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.There is perhaps no event in the long history of the British empire in India that continues to exert so strong and abiding a fascination as the great uprising of