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- Causes for the revolt
- Immediate Cause
- Course of the Revolt
- Suppression of the Revolt
- Effects of the Vellore Revolt
- Causes for the failure of the Revolt
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|2.||Kanpur||Khan Bahadur Khan|
|5.||Bihar||Bahadur Shah II|
- The Vellore revolt was held in 1801.
- The family members of Tipu were imprisoned at Vellore fort after the fourth Mysore war.
- At the time of Vellore revolt, the Governor of Madras was Lord William Bentinck.
- The victory of revolt of Vellore against British was one of the significant events in the history of India.
V.D. Savarkar calls the Vellore revolt of 1806 as the prelude to the first war of Indian Independence.
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