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British Colonies: colonization of India and why was it a turning point.
(a)The British initially went to India to trade but stayed to rule. The British occupied all the major parts of India and the country was gradually transformed politically, economically and socially.
The British plundered every class of Indian people and ruled India for its own benefit. Due to this invasion people revolted. The revolt was ruthlessly crushed during the first war independence and India became the jewel in the English crown and a major part of the British Empire.
Through the years and after being educated the Indians demanded political and economic rights, as the public gre…
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