E. BarnesProfessional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered on Jun 13, 2019
The first sign of unrest appeared in 1857 at Barrackpore and Berhampore in West Bengal, and it was the India early independence war against the rule of British. The desire for freedom controlled it because the British rule has damaged a lot in the Indian economy and its investment.
The primary reason for the revolt was because of the lack of interaction between the Indians and the British people because there was too much disagreement between the Indian people and their leaders. This war was motivated by the sepoys popularly known as sepoys mutiny.
The great revolt of 1857 was India's' first war of independence against the British rule. It was impassioned by the Indian peoples' desire to make their country free. It was inspired by the Sepoys and is commonly known as the Sepoy Mutiny. They revolted against their leadership, and it was perpetuated to be an all-out revolution against the British.
The economy of India had also crashed as a result of British rules and investment policies. The English could not establish any social relationship with India because there was too much discord between the rulers and Indian people, which was the primary cause of the revolt against the British.