Impact Of British Colonization Of India

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“Most people 's historical perspective begins with the day of their birth” - Rush Limbaugh
The British colonization (British Raj) on India is one of today 's most controversial topics regarding whether or not the colonization helped India. The colonization has immensely differed the countries outcomes. Different perspectives on this topic help provide more of a controversial and therefore more diverse opinion allowing the deciding public to decipher for themselves how beneficial the whole situation was for the two participating countries. With the information provided, How do differing perspectives help us to understand the British colonization of India? In this essay, I will be showing both the Indian and the British perspective on this ruling and synthesizing it as a whole. The opposing opinions will show both countries reasoning for their actions and their intentions.
Mahatma Gandhi was one of India 's main public activists and was one of the reasons India has its own leaders and is its own country instead of being controlled. “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” This quote was said during the British Raj when he was being held captive by the British. This quote was interpreted to say that he has a will and that he will not give up on India’s freedom. Gandhi was willing to spend years in prison because he believed that he would provoke a group of peaceful protests which would cause the British to withdraw themselves from
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