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4. What do you know of the Siege of Delhi? 5. Mention some effects of the Revolt. Critica​

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4. Let us know. Siege of Delhi, (8 June–21 September 1857). The hard-fought recapture of Delhi by the British army was a decisive moment in the suppression of the 1857–58 Indian Mutiny against British rule. It extinguished Indian dreams of recreating the rule of the Mughal Empire.01-Jun-2021

Role In: British raj Indian Mutiny Siege of Delhi

Date: June 8, 1857 - September 21, 1857

Context: Indian Mutiny

Born: October 24, 1775 Delhi India

5. The Revolt of 1857 marked a turning point in the history of Modern India. It exercised a tremendous influence upon the British policy in India. The character of the Indian empire in the last decades of the nineteenth century was shaped to a large extent by the events of 1857. The considerable support, which the revolt obtained, and the threat it posed to the very existence of British rule in India during the year 1857, forced the British to examine the entire nature of their connection with India. The consequences of the Revolt of 1857 may be studied under below head, which might be construed as positive or negative depending upon our own interpretation.Explanation:

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