Published July 25, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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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). The Indian Rebellion of began as a mutiny of sepoys of the East India Company's army on 10 May , in the cantonment of the town of Meerut, and soon escalated into other mutinies and civilian rebellions largely in the upper Gangetic plain and central India, with the major hostilities confined to present-day Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, northern Madhya Pradesh, and the Delhi region. . Eastern Turkestan and Dzungaria, and the Rebellion of the Tungans and Taranchis, to Author: Robert Michell: Published: Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: 62 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Matthew Atmore Sherring (–), usually cited as M.A. Sherring, was a Protestant missionary in British India who was also an Indologist and wrote a number of works related to India. He was educated at Coward College, a dissenting academy in London that trained people for nonconformist ministry.. Sherring joined the London Missionary Society and worked in the city of Varanasi, about Authority control: BNF: cb (data), .
The Great Rebellion of in India was much more than a â sepoy mutinyâ. It was a major event in South Asian and British colonial history that significantly challenged imperialism in India. In May soldiers of the Bengal army shot their British officers, and marched on Delhi. History of the rise of the Mahomedan power in India; till the year A Volume 2 [Firishtah, Muhammad Qasim Hindu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of the rise of the Mahomedan power in India; till the year A Volume 2Author: Muhammad Qasim Hindu Firishtah. But they get rid of the difficulty, and evade the necessity for rebellion, by denying that India is Dar-ul-Harb, and affirming that it is Dar-ul-Islam, a country of the Faithful " I cannot congratulate the Mahomedan Literary Society of Culcutta on their assertion that India is Dar-ul-Islam, and of their thus evading the necessity for rebellion. Annals of the Indian Rebellion, , Part 2 Preview this book heard horse irregular cavalry Jemadar Jhansie joined June Khan killed ladies Lieut Lieutenant Light Cavalry lines Lucknow magazine Mahomedan Major marched massacre Meerut ment Mhow miles morning murdered muskets mutineers Nana native infantry native officers Nawab night.
The Travels of Marco Polo/Book 2/Chapter Ning-yuan appears to be that by which the greater part of the goods for Bhamo and Ava used to travel before the recent Mahomedan rebellion; it is almost certainly the road by which Kublai, in , during the reign of his brother Mangku Kaan, advanced to the conquest of Ta-li, then the head of an. The forgotten brutality of the Mutiny. 'The summer of saw violence, perpetrated by the Indians and the Britons, on an unprecedented scale.' 'Never before and never after in . Abstract: The Rebellion redefined religion, rebels, and jihad in South Asia. What it meant to belong to a particular religion—specifically Islam—came to signify one’s political leanings. In turn, religious concepts like jihad with long, multifaceted histories became synonymous with a . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Richthofen, Ferdinand, Freiherr von, Baron Ricthtofen's letters, Shanghai, Printed at the "North-China herald" office,