Causes of the Revolt in 1857 (Religious Causes (Indians had no rights,…
Causes of the Revolt in 1857
Racism from the British to Indians
White people had an easier life for being white.
Indians were discriminated by the British because of their religion, skin and life
British taught Indians at school to not follow Hinduism and Indian religions.
Indians were forced to follow Christianity at school as well as they learned about it.
Indians had no rights
Difficulty to pay taxes as they were high
Discussion between Indians and British about religion
British wanted to convert Indians to be christianits.
Christianism had more privileges than Hinduism
British tried to convince Indians to change their religion to Christianism
British tried to convince students at school to change their religion to Christianities as well.
Indians were bad treated in their country by the British
British forced Indians to change their lifestyle
British didn't allow Indians to follow their Religion
British gain Indians from their religion
British made Indians to break their religion rules
Indians lost land and properties
Disrespecting Indian Culture
Indians tried to attack but they lost
British didn't allow Indians to have their own rights
British and Indians fought for rights
British stole Indian's throne
Peasants had to pay more of their income to the British
British kicked out the king of Awadh
Took away Indian land to get money
Took away all Indian money
Changed Indian system
Indian commoners didn't have rights
Indian artisans were discriminated
Indians got bad paid by working as militaries
British got well paid in the same work with Indians as they were white
Indians were discriminated by the British at work
Racism from the British to Indians for their skin color.
Indians were forced to join British Army