No wonder how but there emerged a spark of revolt amongst Indians at various places of the country like Delhi, Meerut, etc. the spark in no less period of time grew to a fire and was spread almost to each and every part of the north India. The main reason found out for such a high scale revolt was the idea of colonialism and discipline and the enforcement of western culture style and architecture which Britishers tried to impose on the natives of India. One reason according to author can also be that Britishers never ever tried to understand the Indians, the people on whom they were ruling. They just imposed their orders on the Indians and expected them to follow it, which after a sufficient period of time hurt the feelings of people of India and made them realise that Britishers were just dominating them in their own mother land.
The Boston Massacre was an incident on the 5th of March 1770 where British soldiers were being verbally abused and harassed by a mob. They opened fire on the protesters, shot and killed three and two died after the event (from serious injuries). This event was heavily publicized by British colonists saying that it was an act of brutality by the British rule. Propaganda was used against the British indicating that they were in the wrong and that they should not have opened fire in such circumstances. However they were actually in the right but the British colonists wanted to make them look bad.
Reasons and causes of War of Independence 1857 The Events Of 1857 ● In January 1857, the British announced that they would introduce a new rifle with a paper cartridge covered with grease to keep the powder dry and before the cartridge would be loaded the end had to be bitten off. However a rumor spread that the grease was made up of Cow and pigs fat. The Sepoys were so angry that they refused to use the new rifle. ● In March, a Sepoy named Mangal Pandey defied his British officer and was executed. ● In May, Sepoys of Meerut refused to touch the new cartridge so they were put to prison but their fellow Sepoys freed them and killed all the British then the soldiers marched to Delhi and captured it.
Through the painting, I am portraying Dandi March, a march on foot led by Mahatma Gandhi. It was a major non violent action taken by India against the British Rule. It was not just an event but after the breaking of the salt law, Civil disobedience movement followed. The march had started on 12 March 1930 and the long 241 mile trek finally ended on April 5 1930. In India, distribution and selling of salt was a monopoly of British.
The demolition and rioting in Mumbai saw retaliatory attacks by the terror organisations. Over 300 people were killed in serial terror attacks in Mumbai on 12 March 1993. Several other riots, including the 2002 Gujarat massacre in which mostly Muslims were killed, is also believed to have originated from the sparks of Babri demolition. Despite losing several lives over the religious conflicts in the past, India seems to have learnt nothing from Ayodhya. Once again the Hindu organisations have intensified their demand to rebuild the Ram mandir (temple), regardless of the fact that the case pertaining to the rightful ownership of the disputed land is still not settled.
Since the mid-1980s Gujarat became the site of recurring communal violence. The state turned into a nerve center for the Hindu nationalist movement and has come to be seen as the Hindutva laboratory. The rising communalism in Gujarat culminated in a massacre of Muslims in many parts of the state in February 2002. The complicity of state officials in the killings raised doubts about the ability of the state to govern and to uphold the rule of law. It also demonstrated that such carnage in a country with one of the largest Muslim populations in the world had the potential for destabilizing India’s democracy and the secular consensus on which it was
When the British army was ordered to fire at the Indian people at Amritsar they killed hundreds of people causing even more conflict. After the British began to export India’s natural resources not having the resources put a lot of people into poverty resulting in one more problem for the Indian
This has created a terrific situation between the two countries resulting their relation to become more hostile. This can create a scenario of war and fight between the two countries. Pakistani celebrities are banned in Bollywood Industry due to the reason of Political tension between the two countries i.e. Pakistan and India. Secondly, India was carrying brutal activities in Kashmir and started killing people but when Pakistani troops shooted at the Indian army (to avoid the killing of innocent people), Indian government took action against Pakistani
I did not know the relationship between color and geography that was stated in the first video when Columbus saw different skin colors in same place. Me being an Indian would like to talk about the Jallianwala Baagh massacre that took place in Amritsar, Punjab on 13 April, 1919. British. Officer, Brigadier – General Dyer who along with his native troops entered Jallianwala Baagh. Jallianwala Baagh was a public garden where hundreds and thousands of people were present at that time to protest against two leaders.
Brief Background of Thailand’s Political Unrest The 2013-2014 Thai political crisis was a period of political instability in Thailand. Anti-government protests first took place to remove former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra who locals viewed as highly corrupted and damaging to Thailand’s democracy. From November 2013 to May 2014, demonstrators obstructed the traffic and destroyed infrastructures to call for the resignation of Yingluck Shinawatra and her government. On 8 December 2013, all 153 opposition Democrat Party MPs resigned and Yingluck dissolved the House of Representatives, calling a snap general election. Voting was disrupted by protesters who wanted to annul the results of the election.