BRITISH INDIA and REVOLUTION

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The conflict and controversy surrounding events in India during the British occupation helped give rise to many conflicting ideas about British rule. Although they varied in degree, the ultimate ideas would question the authority of British dominance, overall. Interpretation of Rebellious events during the nineteenth century between British and Nationalist writers, expose the differing opinion of the two groups. The British naturally aspired to downplay any acts of rebellion, while their Indian counterparts attempted to …

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…when Indian dissension was growing, the British authority found a popular and supportive philosophy to justify stricter policy. The stratification of human beings according to race is pragmatically stated by Marx. Arabs, Turks, Tartars, Moguls, who had previously conquered India soon became Hinduised, the barbarian conquerors being, by an eternal law of history, conquered themselves by the superior civilization of their subjects. The British were the first conquerors superior, and therefore, inaccessible to Hindu civilization.