Subcontinental history

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Muslim League’s Involvement in the 1857 Rebellion

The Muslim League and its participation in the 1857 Rebellion may have come to your attention, but what precisely is this organization, and what did it do? In 1906, under British rule in India, a political organization called the Muslim League was established. The Muslim League’s principal objective was to uphold and defend the interests

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The Act of 1909 and its Impact on Indians

The “Act of 1909,” sometimes called the “Minto-Morley Reforms,” was enacted by “the British” on April 10th, 1909. This deed marked a turning moment in Indian independence and increased prospects for political engagement among Indians. This legislation strengthened Indian involvement in British India’s governance, according to the British administration there. It also established separate electorates

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Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s Political Role in India’s Freedom Struggle 

India was undergoing a violent rebellion against the British East India Company in 1857. The Rebellion of 1857, as it is called in Indian history, was led by many Indian rulers, nobility, and peasants who were tired of British rule. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was a key participant in the Rebellion of 1857. Muslim aristocrat

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