Consequences - 1857 Revolt
Nature of the Revolt - 1857 Revolt
Hindu-Muslim Unity Factor - 1857 Revolt
Causes of Failure of The Revolt of 1857
Suppression of Revolt of 1857
Development of means of communication and transport
Read this article to learn about the GS History Development, Evolution and impact of Railways, Roadways, Waterways and Airways development on India's transport system under British Rule for your UPSC Civil Services Preparation.
Drain of Wealth Theory
The Drain of Wealth theory was systemically initiated by Dadabhai Naoroji in 1867 and further analysed and developed by R.P. Dutt, M.G Ranade etc. For more details related to Drain of Wealth for UPSC Civil Services Preparation continue reading this article.
Economic policies in India during British Raj
The economic policies of British can be grouped into three phases. The first phases (1757- 1813) was marked by mercantilism, drain of wealth and colonial plunder of economy of India. The second phase (1813- 1857) is characterized by free industrial capitalism. The third phases was the period of financial capitalism.
British occupation of Bengal
The Battle of Plassey victory led the British East India Company over the Nawab of Bengal Siraj-ud-daulah in 1757. The battle established the Company rule in Bengal which expanded over much of India for the next hundred years. British Occupation of Bengal GS History topic covered here for UPSC preparation.
Decline of Mughal Empire
Aurangzeb, the last Great Mughal emperor had died and left his Empire in chaos. The leadership that emerged was weak and ineffective. In this article, you will find the reasons for the decline of Mughal empire for GS History preparation in UPSC Civil Services Exam.