Wars and Treaties, Litterateurs, Education in India, Anglo Marathas

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Anglo Marathas
Anglo Marathas

Year

Treaty

Gov General

Battles et al

Anglo Marathas

First

1775-82

Began: Treaty of Surat

End: Treaty of Salbai

Warren Hastings

Battle of Wadgaon

Second

1803-05

Began: treaty of Bassein

Lord Wellesley

Battle of Assaye

Third

1816-19

Treaty of Gwalior

Marquess of Hastings

Battle of Pindari

End of Peshwa rule

Anglo French

First

1746-48

Treaty of Aix-la-Chepelle

Reason: Austrian succession in Europe

1746: Battle of Adyar/San Thome

Second

1749-54

War of succession between Nasir Jung (English) and Muzaffar Jung (French) after death of Nizam

1749: Battle of Ambur

Rise of Robert Clive

Third

1758-63

Treaty of Paris

Reason: 7 years war in Europe

1760: Battle of Wandiwash (French defeat)

Anglo Mysore

First

1766-69

Second

1780-1784

Treaty of Mangalore

Warren Hastings

After death of Hyder Ali in 1782 Tipu led the war

Third

1789-92

Treaty of Seringapatnam

Cornwallis

Defeat of Tipu

Fourth

1799

Wellesley

Battle of Seringapatnam. Death of Tipu.

Anglo Sikh War

First

1845-46

Treaty of Lahore

Hardinge

Second

1848-49

Dalhousie

Final Subjugation of the Sikhs

1806 – Treaty of Raighat – Peace with Holkars

Litterateurs

Litterateurs
Litterateurs

Poet/Writer

Language

Work

Kanchan Nambiar

Malayalam

Tayaumanavar

Tamil

(Sittar poet)

Dayaram

Gujarati

Warris Shah

Punjabi

Heer Ranjha

Shah Abdul Latif

Sindhi

Risalo

Sachal, Siami

Sindhi

Education in India

  • 1781 – Calcutta Madarsah by Hastings

  • 1791 – Sanskrit College, Varanasi: Jonathan Duncan

  • 1813 – Charter Act directed the Company to spend a sum of Rs. 1 lakh on education <was made available in 1823>

  • 1817 – Hindu College by David Hare & RM Roy; 1825 – Vedanta College, RM Roy

  • 1835 – Macaulay’s minute

  • 1854 – Wood’s Dispatch: asked the govt to assume the responsibility for the education of the masses

  • Gopal Hari Deshmukh was a religious reformer in Western India and was popularly known as ‘Lokahitwadi’

  • Separate electorates were introduced by the Morley Minto Reforms of 1909

  • Dyarchy was introduced by the Montford reforms of 1919

  • Timeline of Satyagraha: Champaran (1917) – Ahmedabad Mill Strike (1918) – Kheda (1918)

  • 1927 – Butler commission to review the centre state relations

  • 1934 – Congress Socialist Party: Acharya Narendra Dev and JP

  • 1936 – All India Kisan Sabha: Swami Sahajanand Saraswati

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