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The British Raj in India © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 18 Feb 2006 Empires in India The Moguls and the British Raj © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 08 Feb 2007
Empire of Timur at his death in 1405
India – late 20 th c.
Great Britain in India,
Charles Cornwallis ( )
Memorial to Cornwallis, Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh
artists vision of sati, 1849 from John Scudders Tales for Little Readers About the Heathen
William Bentinck, on sation sati
Rammohun Roy ( )
Lord Dalhousie, James Andrew Braun Ramsey ( )
Oudh (annexed 1856)
Sepoys (1799 engraving by François Balthazar Solvyns)
Delhi stormed by sipahi (sepoys), 1857 (1859 lithograph)
Secundra Bagh, Lucknow (photo by Felice Beato, c. Mar/Apr 1858)
Bahadur Shah II (in detention in Delhi, May 1858)
Execution of mutineers, 1858
Princely States of India, 1930s
British Empire in South Asia, 1893
British India in 1935
India and the Princely States, 1937
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
The Sikander Bagh in Lucknow was the venue for a fierce battle during the 1857 uprising. This picture was taken by Felice Beato, an Italian who visited.
Chapter 12 The New Imperialism Section 4 – The British Take Over India.
Masterpieces of Indian Art & Architecture 22 Picturesque visions and nascent nationalism in British India Hodges, Daniells, Samuel Bourne; History painting.
The Indian Revolt. India under Lord Hasting Indian Revolt.
Title South Africa © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 24 Feb 2006.
India and its urbanity. india and its urbanity : an overview.
When People Rebel 1857 and after Political reason Social reason Economical reason.
Unit 4: Industrialization and Nationalism. Imperialism: the act of one nation/people extending its control/influence over that of weaker nations/peoples,
THE REVOLT OF 1857 THE GREAT REVOLT THE FIRST WAR OF INDEPENDENCE.
The Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is located in Agra, India on the continent of South Asia.
INDIA Sean Coleman, Noah Gaby, Cameron Logan, Harrison Smith, Sydney Stocks, Will Vernau.
Imperialism British in India. ASIA Whose Next? Ms. Ramos.
India Early History and Legacy of the British Empire.
Title Chinas Revolutionary Century 1842 – 1949 Part I: The Qing ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 28 Mar 2012.
Do Now/Motivation: Name something in your life that has both positive and negative effects?
A2 Historical enquiry: India and the British Empire,
JEOPARDY Industrialization and Imperialism Categories
The World in 1600 British East India Company Agents 1-E.
British Imperialism in India. India matters India was the most important part of the British Empire. British rule in India called “The Raj.” From
Mughal India. I. History From 700 to about 1200 Muslim armies gradually established control over most of northern India. By about 1200 a Turkish group.
Old Delhi and the Origins of ‘Modern’ South Asia.
British Imperialism “The Sun never sets on the British Empire” – Britain had established colonies all around the world – India was one of their most.
India Under Muslim Rule. I. Delhi Sultans (rulers) 1. Turkish Muslims (1200AD) a. Conquered northern India b. Capital City = Delhi c. Treated Hindus harshly.
Mughal Empire in the Early Modern Period Devin,Dan,and Patrick.
25.4 The British Take Over India. The East India Company Obtained trading rights on the edge of the Mughal empire When the Mughal empire crumbled the.
The British Take Over India Section 4 Chapter 25.
Imperialism WH CH 11. imperialism – a policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other countries politically, economically, or socially.
French Revolution Review Mr. Williamson Somerville HS.
Title Origins of Early Japan © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 08 Sep 2013.
A mutiny of Indian troops, stationed near Delhi Results: 1. British and Indian attitudes changed towards British rule of India. 2.
British Controlled India India was the Brightest Jewel in the Crown By 1707, the Mughal Dynasty was collapsing By 1707, the Mughal Dynasty was collapsing.
The Mughals ( ) The TAJ MAHAL at Agra aka: The MOGULS.
Imperialism In India. The Beginning of British Control ~ 1750 the weakening of the Mughal Empire and struggle between the Hindu and the Muslims allowed.
Ch 24. Industrialization Brought raw materials to Europe Increase in exports European goods started to be more desirable Technological advances.
Europe in Southeast Asia and India l In 1510 the Portuguese seized Goa in India, Ormuz, Aden and Malacca. The Portuguese power declined in the 1500s.
14th c. Plague devastates Muslim world 1361 Timur Lang (Temür Leng/ Tamerlane/ Tamburlaine/Temür the Lame, r ) comes to power 1370 Timur takes.
Imperialism Regarding India Shanali Weerasinghe. Terms Sepoy: A solider in South Asia, especially in the service of the British. “Jewel in the crown”:
Africa, India, & New British Empire. Key Ideas 1.Sepoy Rebellion 2.What is a dubar? 3.What made it hard for Indians to actually get a job in the Civil.
Essential Questions - How do people make sense of their world? - Why do belief systems bring people together or pull them apart? - Are the world’s belief.
E. Napp Muslims and Mughals in India In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Sultanates Mughals Akbar the Great Shah Jahan.
The Royal Family of Great Britain. Презентация «THE ROYAL FAMILY OF GREAT BRITAIN» автор Симбиркина Ирина Николаевна МОУ СОШ №4 г.Дмитрова Московской.
Bell Ringer VgU VgU Get out your political cartoon assignment.
THE BRITISH EMPIRE Chapter 25 (pp. 720 – 734). INTRODUCTION During the 18 th and 19 th centuries, the British built an empire that would grow to eventually.
Mughal Empire. What empire ruled India from c ?
India and Imperialism. Colonial Parent Country The British Crown took over direct control of India from the East India Company in Many Indians were.
Developing the East India Company The Transition from Trade to Empire From Plassey to the 2 nd Charter Act.
RAJ BHAWAN The Farhad Buksh Palace, Lucknow; a photo by Samuel Bourne, For those who are not aware, 'Kothi Farhad Buksh' is the present day Raj.
1. You will… – Differentiate between England, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom – Explain the structure & function of the British Government 2.
By: Shannon Starr Colonial India. Information about the Flag Colors: – Saffron – courage, sacrifice, patriotism, and renunciation – White – symbolizes.
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