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6. The Revolt of A MIGHTY popular revolt broke out in Northern and Central India in and nearly swept away the British rule. It began with a mutiny of the sepoys or the Indian soldiers of the Company’s army but soon engulfed wide regions and involved the massses. Indian Mutiny, also called Sepoy Mutiny or First War of Independence, widespread but unsuccessful rebellion against British rule in India in – Begun in Meerut by Indian troops (sepoys) in the service of the British East India Company, it spread to Delhi, Agra, Kanpur, and Lucknow. Agra Intelligence Reports on the Treatment of European Females (Dec. ) - The results of an enquiry into the mistreatment of European women instigated after the restoration of British control in north India. Striking for its attempt to contradict the lurid tales which had so inspired the ferocity of British troops in the preceeding months. History Commemorating an essay by Dr. Crispin Bates. Outline History of events leading up to and the Uprising of [from C. Bates, Subalterns & Raj: South Asia since (London: Routledge )] On land in India as in other parts of the Empire, the British had to face continual uprisings of one sort or another, and these were especially commonplace in India in .
Book Reviews: The Mutiny and British Land Policy in North India , by Jagdish Raj, publishe January Indian Economic & Social History Review Sulekh C. Gupta. Sipahi or sepoy referred to the Indian (mainly infantry) soldiers in the East India Company army. Most mutineers belonged in ‘native infantry’ and irregular regiments. See the next section for a fuller discussion of the historiography. 2 Because the mutiny turned into a Cited by: 5. The Indian Rebellion of was a major, but ultimately unsuccessful, uprising in India in –58 against the rule of the British East India Company, which functioned as a sovereign power on behalf of the British Crown. The rebellion began on 10 May in the form of a mutiny of sepoys of the Company's army in the garrison town of Meerut, 40 mi (64 km) . Book Reviews: The Mutiny and British Land Policy in North India , by Jagdish Raj, publishe January Indian Economic & Social History Review Sulekh C. GuptaAuthor: Vineet Thakur.