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"The Indian sepoys could not keep stand in front of the British army, because British army was well-equipped with weapons to fight with sepoys which sepoys didn’t have.
Additionally, the leaders of the rebellion started by sepoys were either imprisoned or killed by the British Government in India.
The East India led company government applied the phrase ‘divide and rule’ and they separated the sepoys on the basis of their castes.
Sikhs and some soldiers from Bengal supported British.
1) The Indian soldier were brave but did not use tactics.
2)The British had economic strength, disciplined army , enough stock of latest arms.
3)Since transport and communication was in the hands of British, their movement were swift
4)Therefore , The Indian sepoys could not keep stand in front of the British army.
1)War of Independence
3) Secretary of State
4) Lord Dalhousie
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answer 1: From medieval times, there was a system of Paikas existing in Odisha. The standing army of various independent kings was known as ‘Paika’. Rent free lands were granted to them for cultivation by the king. The Paikas earned their livelihood through it. In return, they were supposed to stand by the king’s side in case of an eruption of war. In 1803, the English conquered Odisha. They took over the hereditary rent-free lands granted to the Paikas. This made the Paikas angry. Similarly, common man’s life had also become miserable because of the rise in salt price due to the tax imposed on it by the British. This resulted in an armed rebellion of Paikas against the British in 1817. Bakshi Jaganbandhu Bidyadhar led this revolt.
answer 2: In 1856, the British provided long enfield rifles to the Indian sepoys. The sepoys were required to bite the end of the cartridges. The news spread out that these cartridges were smeared in the fats of cow and pig. Due to this the religious sentiments of Hindu and Muslim sepoys were hurt and made them unhappy.
answer 3: Indian soldiers were brave but did not use tactics. They captured Delhi but could not retain it. Similarly, the Indian rebels had a limited armed supply. The British had economic strength, disciplined army, enough stock of the latest arms and experienced army generals. Since transport and communication were in the hands of the British, their movements were swift. Due to this the Indian sepoys could not succeed. Wars are fought not only based on bravery but also through military strategies.
answer 4: The proportion of British soldiers was increased in the army. English officers were placed at strategic locations. Artillery was kept exclusively in the hands of the British. There was a division of the military on the basis of caste. Proper care was taken to avoid Indians to unite and rebel again against the British
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Indians sepoys could not keep stand in front of the British army because they think that Indians are greedy and take under table money or they are very corrupt.
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