What are the causes of the Sepoy Rebellion?
Opposition to the British rule of India.
In about four years after the rebellion they started to make Pickled Pickles.
The sepoy rebellion was caused by
The amount of pickles made was increased
The Sepoy Mutiny in India and the Boxer Rebellion in China
The causes of the Sepoy rebellion were rumors were spread that the rifles were being greased with beef and pork fat. For Hindu soldiers, the cow is sacred. For Muslim soldiers, they can't touch pork. Also, Indian soldiers were required to fight in foreign lands. This angered the Hindu's because they would lose their caste if traveled overseas. The Sepoy Rebellion broke out in 1857. Indian revolt against British rule. British won.
the immediate cuase of the rebellion was rumors that were spreading among the indian soldiers regarding the new catridges they had been issued
In the Sepoy rebellion, Indians rebelled against the Great Britain, which had set up colonies in India.
the revolt of 1857 is known as sepoy rebellion as because sepoy (army men's) of british India started this revolt. one of them is mangal panday. this revolt is first revolt for independence
The cast of The Sepoy Rebellion - 1912 includes: James Morrison Wallace Reid as Extra
the attempt to remove foreign influence
they became slaves
May 10 1857.
It lead to the installation of a viceroy
because there was a lot of tension
The rebellion ended with British troops crushing the rebellion with force. And placed india under british rule
In 1857,anger turned into the sepoy rebellion meny lives were lost before britain crushed the revol
The Sepoy Rebellion.
British insensevity to Indian customs
One way in which the Sepoy Rebellion in India and the Boxer Rebellion in China are similar is that both attempted to?
The Sepoy Mutiny was a rebellion against the British in India, and the Boxer Rebellion was against Great Britain and ten other imperial nations in China. There are many differences, but both were prompted by a feeling of intrusion by foreign culture.
The Sepoy did not even send immediate word to other British cantonments that a rebellion was in process.
They were both uprisings towards foreigners. They both failed to succeed
Britain began to rule India as a colony.
The Sepoy Rebellion broke out in response to Britain's lack of respect for trading rights in India true or false?
That statement seems to be false. The Indian Rebellion of 1957, also known as the Sepoy Mutiny (a sepoy was an Indian soldier), seems to have been motivated by many things, but definitely the main point was not trading rights.
There were several causes. There was difference in treatment between Indian and British soldiers. IMMEDIATE CAUSE: There was a rumor that the catriges of Enifed rifle contained cow & pig fat.
With the brutality displayed by the army
the Sepoy Rebellion
it led to Indian control over Iran and Afghanistan
· Boxer Rebellion
The Revolt of 1857, Mangal Pandey was the famous rebellion and Rani Jhansi was famous fighter in the revolt
The Sepoy rebellion effected the climate because the government system grew stronger and more people had less complains and problems.
They both remove foreign influences
oppose european imperialism
The sepoy Rebellion was begun by Indian soldiers, called sepoys, in the army of the East India Company. The conflict was short and sharp, the mutinous sepoys preferring flight to the wrath of their enemies. sepoy battalions was on the right. On the way down he helped a wounded sepoy under heavy fire and assisted in carrying him to safety.
The 1857 Uprising (also known as the Indian Rebellion of 1857, India's First War of Independence, the Great Rebellion, the Indian Mutiny, the Revolt of 1857, the Sepoy Rebellion, and the Sepoy Mutiny) began on 10 May 1857 as a mutiny of sepoys of the East India Company's army in the town of Meerut, some 70 km northeast of Delhi.
India came to be ruled directly by the british government
Rid their countries of foreigners.
Dissatisfaction causes rebellion
The cause of the Rebellion was mainly the East India Company, which was basically a faction of Great Britain in India. They forced farmers to grow cash crops instead of food, which, as a result, starved India and gave Britain money. The effects were that the East India Company was disbanded, replaced by direct British rule.
Imperialism, and the intrusion of foreign culture and customs on a native population. In the Sepoy Mutiny it was the British who intruded. In the Boxer Rebellion it was the British again with eight other imperial powers from continental Europe, and the two new kids on the imperial block; the US and Japan.
The Sepoy Rebellion in India. Actually, the cartridges were greased with mutton fat and beeswax, not beef tallow as had been rumored. .
for oddesy ture its and exam anwser
The Sepoy Mutiny or the Indian Rebellion of 1857 was a bloody uprising against British rule in India. It brought the end to the East India Company and was a small victory for the natives, as the British took direct control of India.
The Sepoy rebellion was set off between the British and the Indians. Indian soldiers that worked for the British during the British rule were known as the sepoys. When British started to advance on their technology, they came up with new riffle carriages. The only thing was, to make it fire, it had to be greased with animal(pig) fat. It is against the Hindu religion to eat or taste any kind of animal. When they… Read More
It led to Indian control over Iran and Afghanistan. It led to the installation of a viceroy. Led to the installation of a viceroy.
It's caused by religion ^^ sorry if my answers is just simple I'm just a 13 yrs old student
The Sepoy Rebellion, also called the Indian War of Independence, was started to rid the peoples of India of their British conquerors. Indian troops called sepoys worked for the English East India Company that ruled India on behalf of the British Empire. The British generally ignored Indian traditions of religion and caste, and the sepoys learned that their rifle cartridges were greased with the fat of cows (sacred to Hindus) and pigs (untouchable by Muslims)… Read More