The reality was that all movements against the British Government and their local agents like the zamindars, moneylenders, etc.
Again, as there is no recognition of innate spiritual nature of individuals in Marxism, human beings are reduced to behave like either of the two pre-conceived entities: By then the British had established a military dominance that would enable them in the next fifty years to subdue all the remaining Indian states of any consequence, either conquering them or forcing their rulers to become subordinate allies.
During this period, India was converted rapidly into a market for British textiles and a great source for raw materials. The amount of export of capital to India was insignificant. This industrialisation was to be based on Indian and not foreign capital because, according to the early nationalists, foreign capital replaced and suppressed instead of augmenting and encouraging Indian capital.
This agitation was one of the stimulants for intellectual unrest and spread of national consciousness during the moderate phase of freedom struggle —the seed-time of national movement.
The vision of communism, given to the world, is therefore that of everlasting conflicts and clashes between two extreme groups. Further, there emerged two distinct social classes—the landlords, intermediaries and moneylenders at the top, and the other was the tenants-at-will, sharecroppers and agricultural labourers at the bottom of the ladder.
She formed an army and sought an alliance with Gopala Nayaker and Hyder Ali with the aim of attacking the British, whom she did successfully fight in India had never been an industrial country in the modern sense.
The next problem was how to make India pay for the supply of raw materials and exports like hides, oil, jute, cotton, etc. Kali for Women, Remembering Partition: Private ambitions were also involved.
Inevitably, the consequences of this bloody rupture marked the nature of political, social and economic rule that the British established in its wake. This colonial control over national discourse, especially the academic discourse, prevalent even today has been made possible by a branch of study created the by the West to study and somehow understand India: It argues for a radical change in the Indian society: The concept of drain—one country taking away wealth from another country—was easily grasped by a nation of peasants for whom exploitation was a matter of daily experience.
The towering figure in this latter group was Mahatma Gandhi, who introduced a seismic new idiom of opposition in the shape of non-violent non-cooperation or 'satyagraha' meaning 'truth' or 'soul' force'.
This resulted in increased pressure on land. This is suggestive of de-industrialisation.
It has come to mean oppression of the Hindu majority and appeasement of the religious minority communities. Under this new structure, colonialism evolved. The industrial revolution bred a new social class—the capitalist industrialist class who became the dominant elements in the British economy.
His army was defeated and he escaped from the British forces. Although Congress strove to stress its secular credentials with prominent Muslim members - for example, Maulana Azad served as its president through World War Two - it is criticised for failing to sufficiently recognise the importance of a conciliatory position towards the League in the inter-war years, and for its triumphant response to Congress's election victory.
However, in this foreign-ruled India, the most successful collaborators were the zamindars, landlords and princes. This new pattern, in fact, was neither capitalism nor feudalism.
Therefore, inthe British East Indies Company started sending ships to the Spice Islands to gain a share of this trade. However, they also increased the number of British soldiers in relation to native Indian ones, and only allowed British soldiers to handle artillery.
The result was the stagnation in agriculture and the peasant was caught in a vicious circle of poverty and debt. The creation of Pakistan as a land for Muslims nevertheless left a sizeable number of Muslims in an independent India. It relegated India to a position of importer of finished goods and exporter of raw materials and foodstuffs.
Huge expenditure expenditure on army, pensions and salaries of Englishmen, etc. Getting into the nineteenth century, tensions grew between two factions: He was caught by the British and his fort was razed to the ground. Government machinery was instrumental in furthering industrial development in the west European countries.
Similarly, the uneconomic as well as extravagant system of railway construction also caused public debt to fan out. Railway construction policy of the British led to unimaginable as well as uneconomic expenditure and the poor Indian taxpayers had been compelled to finance for the construction of railways.
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The British came to India at the start of the seventeenth century. This was the time when the British East India Company was established in India to break the Dutch monopoly over spice trade. The very idea of the British Raj—the British rule over India—seems inexplicable today.
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During the pre-British period the problem of stagnation, poverty and backwardness of the Indian economy was not so acute. But with the advent of British in India, the economic structure in India had to face a lot of change. The very idea of the British Raj—the British rule over India—seems inexplicable today.
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