REVOLT OF MUTINY, 1857



REVOLT OF MUTINY
(Sepoy Mutiny)

Mangal Pandey, Indian sepoy refused to fill cartridge which was applied with dog’s and pig’s fats. He killed a British officer at Barrakpur on 29th March, 1857. Magal was hanged to death on 8th April 1857. Indian sepoys went took help of Bahadur Shah-II. Sepoy’s Revolt led by Nana Saheb.

Jhansi adopted a son after losing her husband, Gangadar Rao. Sir Huge Rose attacked Jhansi for conquering Oudh. The land of Jhansi was handed over by the Government under Doctrine of Lopse policy. Rani died on 17th June, 1858 in the battle.