Despite the fact that British rule in India during the Imperial period was extremely negative for the Indian people, it ultimately created an improved Indian nation. The British forced the idea of monoculture, were racist, created unfair trade and economic distress. However, they did provide an education system, improved human rights, promoted peace and created a more modern society for the Indian nation. The British rule began in the early 1600’s. The Mughal rule was the government at the time but it was easily conquered by the British in the 1700’s because it was so weak and corrupt.
The Native Americans would “sell” land to the colonists thinking that it meant that they would share natural resources, and live together, while the colonists thought the land was theirs to own. Also, the colonists moved into where the American Indians already lived and used as hunting grounds. You might think the Native Americans and the colonists could just agree, but instead, they had huge wars! But how? The Pequot Indians decided they wanted to fight against the colonists for their land back.
Most people did not have much money to buy food and necessities, and many lived in rural areas, mostly immigrants. Industrialization upgraded machines, but downgraded people’s health due to more pollutants getting put into the air. Along with this there were very poor working conditions that decreased people’s health. Upton Sinclair showed that industries should have safer and more sanitary working conditions before employing people to work and distributing their product, in order to decrease the amount of injuries and illnesses, in The Jungle. Sinclair wrote about how most of the machines in the factories were very dangerous.
Dr. Lavani has made claims that the British passed the torch of their rule peacefully to India, that they built a beautiful justice system, that the British proposed fair trade, built 10,000 miles of train tracks, that the british extended indian life expectancies and built great universities. While most of these claims hold truth, these systems were always used in british favor. England divided India and kept her bound with a biased court of law. England took away her wealth on trains and force fed it back to her at a price. England taxed India 's people heavily, causing famines and England educated only those that could benefit it.
The imperial British thought that their influence on Indian society was furthering the evolution of the people. The growing authority of British was slowly rotating India into an oversea empire and some of the practices were having shocking effects on the welfare of millions of Indians. Since there were no recognized guidelines for working conditions, pay or work time, many Indians worked many hours in harsh situations with little or no food. This flashed one of the largest famines in world history. Even though the Indians shaped plenty of food to support their country, it was all sitting
Non cooperation is the refusal to follow unjust laws. Gandhi’s methods worked because he had a sufficient amount of followers who were disciplined in civil disobedience. In document A Gandhi gives the British a warning in a friendly letter stating that he does not want to break the law, but the salt tax is unjust so if you don’t fix it I will protest by making my own salt (making your own salt was illegal). Gandhi’s followers were devoted they displayed this during The Salt March in April 1930 where they were beaten with metal clubs till they bled yet they remained uncooperative
Britain’s interest in India began when the British East India Company constructed trading posts in India to fulfil British needs created by the Industrial Revolution. After a rebellion of the Company’s private army in 1757, the Company called for the full British military to provide reinforcements. After that rebellion, India was forcefully taken over by the British government. Britain’s rule of India was extremely effective, making large sums of money for many people, and building new centers and infrastructure for health and learning. However, the British built that government with intent to control India and serve Britain; indeed, that government made money for Britain with no regards to the Indian economy, and mismanaged its new health
Lalvani also claims that the spread of English language allowed communication between people from different backgrounds (Lalvani). But, when the British were ruling, people who could read or write increased 2% every 10 years. the British left India, every 10 years the percentage increased by 10%. The British did not help the people learn the English language, they wanted a small amount of people to learn it so those people could talk to all the people they govern. The millions of people dying due to famine and the disadvantage of language all lead to the Britishing giving a negative social impact
Did you know that from 1875 to 1900 there were 26 million deaths caused by famine in India? As the East India Company (Britain) saw India growing weaker they took that as an advantage and sent troops to India and defeated them. Britain soon took power over India, They formed a group of Indian Soldiers called sepoys to join their army. Starting out, Britain improved many things, but after a while they started taking advantage of India by using their raw materials and people to grow their own empire. British Rule in India resulted in the in them taking over the government, taking all the material from the Indians and destroying their land and ending in a large amount of India's population dead because of famine.
Now people want to ban the all Pit Bull mixes or any dog that could be mistaken for a Pit Bull. But by using breed specific legislation would be wrong because you would be taking innocent dogs away from their loving family. So I say Pit bulls should not be banned for their behavior when they are trained to be aggressive and short tempered. The American Pit Bull Terrier is well known for superior intelligence,strength and loyalty. in recent years this breed has been mis advertised as violent and vicious.