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1857 who was the first leader

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Asked by k subramaniam, 02 Dec '11 04:54 pm
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T began at Barrackpore on 29th March 1857. Mangel Pande, a young soldier of the 34th Native Infantry, shot at his sergeant major on the parade ground. When the British adjutant rode over, Pande shot the horse and severely wounded the officer with a sword. He was later arrested and hanged. As a collective punishment the 34th Native Infantry was disbanded. Mangal Pande became a martyr and an icon representing the beginning of Indian War of Independence.

One of the leaders of the First War of Independence, Nana Saheb of Bithur was born in 1824. Nana Saheb was well educated. He studied Sanskrit and was known for his deep religious nature. On the death of the last Peshwa, Baji Rao-II, in 1851 the Company's Government stopped the annual pension and the title. Nana Saheb's appeal to the Court of Directors was not accepted. This made him hostile towards the British rulers. In 1857 Kanpur was garrisoned by four regiments of native infantry and a European battery of artillery and was commande ...more
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Rani laxmi bai
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Rani Lekshmi Bai of Jhansi
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Babu Veer Kunwar of Arrah,Bihar. He was only one who defeated English
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Rani laxmi bai
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Rani Lekshmi Bai of Jhansi
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Rani Lekshmi Bai of Jhansi
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Jhansi ki raani lakshmi bai
Answered by kamal purohit, 02 Dec '11 04:55 pm

 
  
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