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Adhunik Bharater Itihas Edited by Prof. S. Ghosh

Book – Adhunik Bharater Itihas,
Editing Author – Prof. S. Ghosh,
Book Format -PDF,
PDF Size – 26 MB,
Book Pages – 528,

The book History of Modern India has been edited by Prof. S. Ghosh.

The book History of Modern India is based on the various social and economic blows inflicted on Indians by the British government and various immoral activities. From 1857 to 1947, India was plagued by British rule, exploitation and discriminatory policies, leading to the emergence of extreme nationalism among Indians. Various anti-British organizations and various political associations were formed all over the country.
At that time, Dadabhai Nowrozi from Bombay, Mahadev Govinda Ranade and Anandamohan Bose, Surendranath Bandyopadhyay, Navagopal Mitra, Rabindranath Tagore from Bangladesh and M.K. Gandhi and other leaders played a significant role in the formation of the committee. In all cases M.K. Gandhi played a particularly significant role.

The Great Revolt of 1857 marked the beginning of a new chapter in the history of India. At this time, the foundation of British imperialism in India was wider and on the other hand the national consciousness of India was fully developed and the foundation of the national movement was laid. In fact, nationalism was introduced in India as an inevitable reaction to British imperialism.
The first reason for the rise of nationalism is that the British Empire in India gradually took on a militant character after the Great Uprising. In the first half of the nineteenth century, the British government in India introduced creative mindset and liberal thinking. But after the Great Rebellion, the British rulers took on the role of imperialist naked exploiters.
After the end of the East India Company rule in 1858, the rule of British imperialism changed. It was at this time that the industrial capitalism emerged and had the opportunity to freely invade India. Additional capital began to be invested in tea, railways, etc. As a result, Indian industry and trade were destroyed at the initiative of British capital and English goods began to be imported into India. Thus the exporting country India became the importing country.

In the second half of the nineteenth century, India shifted from the lantern field of the British trade capital to the field of industrial plunder. In the interest of the British capitalists, railways, roads, bridges, etc. were constantly being built in India at this time and gradually India became only a supplier of raw materials.
Since the Battle of Palashi, the East India Company has focused on plundering India’s wealth. This plundered money continued to be used for industrial development in Britain. When the company’s monopoly trade in India ceased in 1813, British industrialists began exporting their goods, especially textiles, to India. After the excavation of the Suez Canal in 1869, the adoption of free trade policy in England led to the catastrophe of Indian industry.

In addition to the economic exploitation of the industrial sector, during the British rule, the British had the opportunity to dominate the Indian economy in various ways. The administrative expenses of British India were to be borne by the Indians. The use of the military was also imposed on the Indians. As a result of the misrule of the British in various ways, India’s wealth was depleted and India’s debt gradually increased.
In a word, this book Adhunik Bharater Itihas (History of Modern India) has beautifully recorded the stories of various oppressions and discriminatory policies of the British at that time. Needless to say, it will be very warmly received by the readers.

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