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Chapter 7: First War of Independence: 1857

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ICSE solutions for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics Chapter 7 First War of Independence: 1857 Very Short Questions [Page undefined]

Very Short Questions | Q 1

Which is called India’s first war of independence?

Very Short Questions | Q 2

Who were the first to revolt against the British?

Very Short Questions | Q 3

Name two famous Indian leaders of the revolt of 1857.

Very Short Questions | Q 4

Under what pretext was Oudh annexed to the Company’s dominion?

Very Short Questions | Q 5

Why was the ‘war of 1857’ hailed as the first war of National Independence?

Very Short Questions | Q 6

Name the policy used by Lord Dalhousie for the extension of British territories in India.

Very Short Questions | Q 7

The Act of 1858 ended the East India Company’s rule and the Government of India was transferred to the British Queen. Who became the first Viceroy under this Act?
Or
Who was the first Viceroy of India?

Very Short Questions | Q 8

What is meant by ‘Doctrine of Lapse’?

Very Short Questions | Q 9

What happened to the Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah Zafar, after the Revolt of 1857?

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Short Questions I | Q 1

What was Nana Saheb’s grievance against the British?

Short Questions I | Q 2

State any two political causes responsible for the First War of Independence.

Short Questions I | Q 3

Why did the ‘Doctrine of Lapse’, become a political cause for the result of 1857?

Short Questions I | Q 4

Why did the Indian craftsmen and artisans start resenting the British Rule? Give two reasons.

Short Questions I | Q 5

Mention any two social reforms advocated by the British which affected the religious traditions of the Indian people.

Short Questions I | Q 6

Mention any two social evils that existed in India during the 19th century. What measures did the British Government take to stop them.

Short Questions I | Q 7

“The introduction of Enfield Rifles was the major factor in causing the great upsurge of 1857.” Discuss.

Short Questions I | Q 8

What was the General Service Enlistment Act?

Short Questions I | Q 9

State the immediate cause for the revolt of 1857.

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Short Questions II | Q 1

 The great rising of 1857 was an important event which produced far reaching results. Explain the Rise of Nationalism, with reference to the great uprising.

Short Questions II | Q 2

 In context to the various factors responsible for causing the great upsurge of 1857, discuss about the introduction of Railways and Telegraphs.

Short Questions II | Q 3

With reference to the British rule in India, mention two economic factors, which became the causes of the First War of Independence, 1857.

Short Questions II | Q 4

The First War of Independence, 1857, led to several changes. With reference to this explain the rights granted to the Indian Princes and Chiefs.

Short Questions II | Q 5

Discuss about the growing unemployment under the British caused due to the 1857 revolt.

Short Questions II | Q 6

Numerous causes were at work in causing the great upsurge of 1857. With reference to this statement, explain the laws that interfered with the religious customs of the people.

Short Questions II | Q 7

With reference to the revolt of 1857 explain briefly about the British policy of racial discrimination.

Short Questions II | Q 8

The great rising of 1857 was an important event which produced far reaching results. Explain the following with reference to the great uprising the changes introduced in the administrative set-up of the British territories in India.

Short Questions II | Q 9

In the context of 1857 revolt, discuss about the subordination of Indian economy to British interests.

Short Questions II | Q 10

Discuss about the economic exploitation caused by the great rising of 1857.

Short Questions II | Q 11

Discuss how the unhapiness of the Indian aritisans and craftsmen became a factor for 1857 revolt.

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Long Questions | Q 1

 Explain the political causes that led to the uprising of 1857.

Long Questions | Q 2

The First War of Independence of 1857 was the culmination of peoples’ dissatisfaction with the British rule. In this context, discuss about the economic causes.

Long Questions | Q 3

The Revolt of 1857 can be attributed to many causes. Explain the military causes which led to the revolt of 1857.

Long Questions | Q 4

Several factors led to the Revolt of 1857. With reference to this, explain about the discontentment of Sepoys.

Long Questions | Q 5

Discuss about the resentment of the rulers of the native state against the British which was a major factor of 1857 Revolt.

Long Questions | Q 6

The great outbreak of 1857 brought about important changes in the character of Indian Administration and the future development of the country. In this context discuss about the changes introduced in the administrative set-up of the British territories in India.
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“The great rising of 1857 was an important event which produced for reaching results in India’s struggle for freedom”. In this context, explain about the reorganization of Army.

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Picture Based Questions | Q 1

Answer the following:
(i) Name the lady in the picture shown.
(ii) Which proclamation was passed by this lady and when?

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Chapter 7: First War of Independence: 1857

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