In India, because of the British rule, in the end, the countries segregated. They were split into multiple different countries. Finally, ways of life and government changed in both Africa and India. Before the Europeans came with an imperialist mindset, they both had their own ways of running things. However, once the Europeans came and left, they had to go with a new form of government.
In conclusion, the British imperialism has negative and positive impact on India. Long term and short both was unique in their ways. It made India unique by learning new things from the British and developing better way of life. Some of these thing ends quickly, but some of them changed India. They improved in many ways such as in economics, education, medical professions, and other ways.
The most important legal system that influenced the American legal system in my opinion is Hammurabi’s code. So what exactly is Hammurabi’s code? Hammurabi’s code is an extremely useful source for discussions of Mesopotamian government and society is the Babylonian document Hammurabi’s Code (approximately 1780 BCE). One of the most influential codifications of law in ancient history, the text provides people with a concrete example of the expanding influence of centralized government on the personal and professional lives of the general population. It also gives people a clear sense of the ways ancient Babylonians invested godly authority in their worldly
Imperialism In the 19th and 20th centuries, various powerful nations sent colonizers to dominate weaker nations and expand their influence. This domination is called imperialism, which is still practiced today in moderation. Among the many countries shaped by imperialism were India and China. These two large countries were both colonized by the British who were one of the greatest imperialistic powers at that time. Although both India and China were colonized by the British, there were many differences between the two countries and the effects imperialism had on them.
The first people to live in a land are called indigenous people. This means they were the original settlers of a certain place. Over the course of time, new settlers from other countries such as in Asia or Europe came to other places seeking fortune, slaves, and many more. For example, the British colonists wanted to make an empire because of profitable trade, competition within Europe, and religion. They were very determined in building a successful empire, and they succeeded.
Karen is a fallen princess when she has an addiction with Dodge. Olivia is a princess with a good memory from Dodge. Penny is a lover hero, finally she found her true love with Dodge. She was a fellow traveler with him through the journey before the end of their
The main character of this story is Anna Avalon. Her strengths would be braveness, being agile, having great physical strength, being a loving mother and family member, gracefulness, quick thinking, confidence, and being very talented. Her weaknesses would probably be, for one being blind when she gets older. She did not know how to read and write until she met her new husband to be. When she gets older she seems to leave her past life of stunts and tricks and breathtaking flips all behind.
A person’s true colors shows when they are in a disaster. People either show that they are strong enough to face the challenge and lead others, or just follow and be weak. In John Steinbeck’s All American realist novel, The Grapes of Wrath, one of the main characters portrays a strong-leading role of the family, Ma Joad. Ma Joad is kind, loving, and strong woman who is a mother of five. The Joad family is forced to immediately leave behind their current way of life because of the big banking system.
In the beginning of the novel The Swallows of Kabul, written by Yasmina Khadra, the audience is introduced to the character of Musarrat, Atiq’s wife. On first impression, she seems to be a lost cause clinging to any sense of normal life she has left; however, at the end of the novel, Musarrat becomes the unsung hero offering a glimmer of hope for the wretched city of Kabul. Through the use of her unconditional love for her husband, Khadra reveals how Musarrat became an image of hope for the audience, a daisy growing in the dump that is Kabul. In chapters eleven through fifteen, Musarrat’s image is opposite of the characters seen throughout the rest of the novel. She displays feelings of love, care, and support for her husband and also Zunaira, the stranger.
IMPACT OF BRITISH WESTERNISATION ON INDIA Srikanth P Y(13BBT0058) Manideep Reddy(13BCE0 ABSTRACT: According to M.N.SRINIVAS westernisation in Indian terms refers to the effect of British culture in the Indian society. The westernisation effected many factors of Indian society including lifestyle, dressing, communication, religions, education, dressing , food and various habits. It is quite evident fact that India as a country has changed a lot after the colonisation era, some were beneficial changes like transportation which included trains, bringing an international language to the country. but in most of the cases the effects had a devastating effect on the countries economy, the country considered a golden bird before has turned out to an under developed nation at the end of colonisation. This paper of our aims at bringing in on how the colonisation has effected Indian society, by studying a few important factors effected.