PPSC Tehsildar Exam Preparation Generak Knowledge Lecture No 1 | War of Independence 1857. War of Independence 1857 General knowledge Lecture 1 Exam Tehsildar 2020- Aslam Waqar AudioPedia. #PPSCTehsildar #PPSCInspector #AslamWaqar PPSC Exam 2020 -Tehsildar Exam general knowledge Paper MCQ History of Indo PAK war of independence This video will be helpful for the PPSC exams of Tehsildar, Naib Tehsidlar, Inspector, Sub inspector and other General knowledge MCQs based tests. War of Independence 1857 – Sepoy Mutiny 1857 Reasons- Administrative Economic Religious Political Start 10 May 1857 Meerut 64 KM of Northeast of Delhi (Uttar Pradesh) End -Gwalior 20 June 1858 Background 29 March 1857 Barrackpur Mangal Pandy first short of War of Independence 8 April executed Regiment Disbanded May 1857 On April 24, 1857 85 out of 90 sepoys of 3rd Native Cavalry refused orders. 3rd Bengal light Cavalry On May 9 – 85 soldiers court Marshal 10 Years Sentence Meerut 2327 Indian Sepoy and 2038 British Soldiers 12 British manned Gun 4 civil 8 women , 8 Childred killed 50 Indian Civilians killed protacting british officers. 85 prisoners released some English officer fled to Rampur Kotwal of city .Dhan singh Gurjar Open revolt Sepoys Marched towrds Delhi May 10 reached Delhi Bahadur Shah Zafar declared Emperor On May 11 Bahadar Shah took court On May 16, 50 British prisoner killed Political Agent Simon Freezer killed Leaders and Places Genral Bakhat Khan Delhi from Braily Kanpur – Nana Sahib adopted son of Baji Rao Lukhnow -Begum Hazrat Mahal Barjees Qadir Son declared Nawab of Awadh Jhansi – Rani Laxmi Bai Bihar- Kanwar Singh Zamidar of Jagdishpur Faizabad -Moulvi Faizullah Events – Henry Lawrance British Resident killed Sir Colin Campbel rescued Lukhnow in March 1858 with help of Gorkha. Delhi recaptured by British on September 20, 1857 Kanpur recovered on December 6, 1857 Rani Jhani died on 1858 Tantia Tope Nana Sahib Associate died on April 1859 Nana Sahib escaped to Nepal 1859 Leautinant Hudson killed Bahadar Shah Zafar’s Son Bahar shah exiled To Rangoon Causes of Failure No Central Leadership Not whole population one fourth Area and one tenth Population. Zamindar, Traders, and local ruler bycot Gorkha and Sikh two Warrior group supported East India Company Result – End Of Mughal Rule End of East India Company Rule India came under Dired Rule of Crown Military Situation in 1857 Bengal Army 86000 men 12000 British 16000 Sikh 1500 Gorkhas. Total Army Undser East India Company 311000 Native soldiers 40160 British Soldiers 5362 officers. Total 74 regiments Native Infantry Regiment 54 revolt. Bombay 29 regiment Madras 52 regiments.