... 2. Despite strong (r)_____________ to foreign rule, highlighted by the Great
Mutiny, the British government took control of India in 1857.
3. Britain’s colonial policies were based on a belief in its own cultural
(s)_____________ and a desire for (e)______________ gain.
4. The British government mai ...
Imperialism in India
... • What positive things did the British do in
• What negative things occurred during the
• What obstacles did the people of India
face in attempting to gain their
Revolutionary movement for Indian independence
The Revolutionary movement for Indian independence is a part of the Indian independence movement comprising the actions of the underground revolutionary factions. Groups believing in armed revolution against the ruling British fall into this category, as opposed to the generally peaceful civil disobedience movement spearheaded by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. The revolutionary groups were mainly concentrated in Bengal, Maharashtra, Bihar, the United Provinces and Punjab. More groups were scattered across India.