Any Indian could be sent to jail without trial and exporting British Goods to India was spoiling the business of Indians.
An Artisan is a craftsperson. The thumbs of expert artisans were cut to prevent them from making replicas of items made by them.
Three reasons that helped the British to subdue Indian princes were the short-sightedness of Indian Princes, taking help of British rulers to help them against their rivalries and the superstitious beliefs of the Indians.
Regulation III meant that an Indian could be jailed without trial in a court. It was passed in 1818.
The English education produced clerks who worked under the British.
The news that the bullet which soldiers had to bite was made of cow’s and pig’s fat led to the uprising of the revolt of 1857.
The Santhals rose in rebellion and massacred Europeans and their supporters.
Two examples of evil social practices prevailing in India were the belief that who-so-ever crosses the seas loses his religion and all the misery in the world is due to women.
The rivalries among Indian Princess helped the East India Company to subdue the Indian Princes.