History One-Liners for various competitive examination
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Here are some important History one-liners for students competing for various exams
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1-Under Ryotwari systems of assessment, the British Government collected revenue directly from the farmers.
2- Dadabhai Naoroji is the exponent of the theory of economic drain of India during the British rule.
3-Lord Cornwallis is credited with the introduction of Permanent settlement in Bengal and Bihar.
4-The English introduced Ryotwari settlement in Madras and Bombay Presidency.
5-During the colonial rule in India, the Permanent Settlement was introduced by Lord Cornwallis.
6-Dadabhai Naoroji used the phrase ‘Un-British’ to criticize the English colonial control of India.
7- In India, the first bank of limited liability managed by Indians and founded in 1881 was Oudh (Awadh) Commercial Bank.
8-Munro was associated with Ryotwari settlement of Madras.
9- The journalist who wholeheartedly championed the cause of Indigo Movement was Harish Chandra Mukherjee.
10-Indian Factory Act was promulgated in 1881.
11-Lord Dalhousie has started the Public Works Department in India in 1848.
12-The first Railway line between Bombay and Thane was laid in 1853.
13-Lord Canning was the Governor General of India during the Sepoy Mutiny.
14-The revolt of 1857 at Lucknow was led by Begum Hazrat Mahal.
15- William Dalrymple is the author of the book ‘The Last Mughal; The fall of a Dynasty, Delhi, 1857’.
16-India war of Independence 1857 is written by V.D. Savarkar.
17-During India’s freedom struggle, the Sepoy Mutiny started from Meerut.
18-Kunwar Singh led the revolt of 1857 in Bihar.
19-The birthplace of Maharani Laxmi Bai, the heroine of the 1857 freedom struggle is Varanasi.
20-Maulavi Ahmdullah Shah was the bitterest enemy of the British during the Revolt of 1857.
21-The administrative consequences of the Revolt of 1857 were the transfer of power from East India Company to the British Crown
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