The Fort William Doug is located in Kolkata

The Fort William Doug is located in Kolkata

The Fort William Doug is located in Kolkata

This is a testament to the military might of the British Raj in the East. At present the actual location of Baliam fort is where General Paste Office, Intern Railway, Custom House is. The fort was built in 1700 AD by King William III of England. Fort William is named after Nassar.

Lock Settlement: A five-year land revenue settlement is a five-year settlement. Warren Hastings. , Came seriously in the company in AD. He saw the failure of the previous settlement to bring long-term revenue to the land. Balobat on the floor - plans to bond. To settle land by post at high rate in five year settlement system.

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Would have He who agrees to pay more revenue is given zamindari. 

The five-year settlement period lasted from 162-16 AD. But even Warren Hastings' five-year settlement did not succeed in raising revenue. 2 Permanent Settlement: On 22nd March, 1893, there was a permanent devotion of the English to the zamindars regarding the land revenue, known as the Permanent Settlement. The permanent agreement made by the English Governor General Lord Cornwallis in 1893 with the zamindars to fix a fixed amount of revenue for the creation of a permanent revenue system in Bengal and for the formation of a class loyal to the British is known as permanent settlement. 2 Dual rule and dual rule means the rule of two. In 175 AD the English merchants took away the civil power from the Nawab of Bengal. As a result, the ruling power of Bengal was vested in two hands. The power of civil revenue is in the hands of the English and the power of justice and governance is in the hands of the Nawab. The rule of these two is called dual rule. Dual rule leads to chaos and anarchy. As a result of dual rule, famine occurred in Bengal in 160 AD. As a result, in 172, Governor Warren Hastings abolished the dual system of government. 9 Seventy-six Manvantar: The seventy-sixth Manvantar is a tragic event in the history of Bengal. Drought and drought caused crop failure and famine occurred in 160 AD (Bengal 116 BS) as a result of British rule. As this famine took place in 117 BS, it is known as 'Manvantar of the Seventy-six'. In this famine Bengal part of Lake

Dies. The scars of this famine existed in Bengal for about 20-25 years. 2 Jallianwala Bagh massacre: Jallianwala Bagh massacre is the worst incident in history. The massacre took place on April 13, 1919. Protest week was observed all over India from April 8 to April 13 under the leadership of Gandhiji and the Congress in protest of the passage of the Rawlat Act. A rally was held on April 13 in Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, Punjab, to protest the law. At least 390 people were killed and more than 1,200 were injured when gunmen opened fire on a rally led by General Dyer. Poet Rabindranath Tagore boycotted the title of 'Knight' in protest of this murder. 3 The principle of self-reliance: Lord Dalhousie is the proponent of self-reliance policy. Lord Dalhousie was an imperialist. He applied the doctrine of lapse to satisfy his conspiratorial policy. The adoption of the adopted sons of the native kings of India was prohibited under the Swabilap policy, and the first application of the Swabilap policy was made in 1853, declaring that his kingdom would be annexed directly to the British Empire if a local king died. Thus Nagpur, Jhansi and Sambalpur were annexed to the British Empire.

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                      2 First Freedom Struggle

 

The Fort William Doug is located in Kolkata

The Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 is termed as the First Freedom Struggle. All Hindus and Muslims took part in this struggle. Apart from political and economic reasons, this struggle is direct. The reason was religious. Rotten rumors that Enfield's rifle tote was mixed with beef and pork fat, the sepoys refused to use it and revolted. The leader of this struggle was the Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah II. Did the Atishas suppress the revolt and hang many? Bahadur Shah II was deported to Myanmar. A. The results of the struggle were far-reaching. It was this revolt that later inspired the Indians to expel the British. 2 Hatematai of Bengal: Haji Muhammad Muhsin is called Hatematai of Bengal. Haji Muhammad Muhsin was born in 1832 in an aristocratic family in Hughli. He gained a lot of wealth from his stepmother Bain Munnjan. He did not use these resources for personal use but for public welfare. With his money, charitable hospitals, madrasas, dormitories and 'Muhsin Trust Fund' were formed. For his generosity he is called Hatematai of Bengal. 2 Muslim League. The formation of the Muslim League is an important event in the political history of Muslims in India. For the non-cooperative activities of the Congress, the formation of a separate political party of the Muslims became essential. Sir Salimullah, the Nawab of Bengal, wrote to the leaders of various provinces of India with the intention of forming a separate political party for the Muslims. The session of the Muslim Education Conference began on 26 December 1906 at Nawab Salimullah's garden house in Shahbag, Dhaka.



About 6,000 delegates from different provinces of India

Give it a go. The 'All India Muslim League' was formed on the proposal of Nawab Salimullah and with the support of Hakim Ajmal Khan in the session of 30th December. Aga Khan was the first president of the Muslim League and Nawab Vikarul Mulk Juga. Editor appointed. 2 Congress and Congress is the first all-India political party. English bureaucrat Alan Octavian Hume, Surendranath | The Indian National Congress was established in the city of Bombay on 25th December 175 AD with the efforts of Banerjee, Anand Mahen Bose and others. Barrister Umesh Chandra Banerjee became the first president of the Congress. In his address, Umesh Chandra Banerjee stated the four main objectives of the Congress: Mutual identity and friendship among those who are engaged in the service of the country in different provinces of India. | To place 2. The path to greater national unity by overcoming the narrowness of race, religion and provincialism through mutual harmony.


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